35 Burst results for "Hanky"
When Currencies Fail: Bitcoin Google Searches in Turkey Rise 400% as Lira Crashes
"Let's move to our main discussion and there are really two parts of the story that we're going to cover. The first is the devastating crash of the turkish lira. The second is the response of people in that country who found their money worth dramatically less than it was just a few days before first of all what happened between sunday evening and monday. The turkish lira fell as much as seventeen percent against the dollar ultimately landing around ten percent down. Turkish stocks also crashed the benchmark borsa. Istanbul one hundred stock index was down as much as nine point four percent which is the biggest sell-off since june. Two thousand thirteen. The nasdaq listed shares. Msci turkey efl seventeen point five percent pre market in the us. The cause of all this on early saturday morning. Turkish president aragon unexpectedly fired nasi ball. though central. Bank governor who had been appointed in november at the center of their disagreement was how to approach inflation. So let's step back and actually look at the scenario inherited oddball. He was the third central bank governor in two years in november the year that he came to power the annual inflation rate was fourteen point zero three percent. According to the turkish statistical institute by december it was up to fourteen point six percent now these are just official numbers and some argue that it's actually much higher on november twelfth twenty. Twenty johns hopkins. Economists hanky tweeted everyday. I accurately measure inflation in turkey today. Measure it at thirty five point six one percent this year as opposed to the official number of eleven point eight nine percent after that fourteen point six percent number came out in december. He said that it was actually twenty. Five point eight five percent per year even holding that aside if you just take the official number nearly fifteen percent inflation a year a staggering that means a having of your purchasing power every year and this has been going on for a long time sue from three hours capital tweeted last night fun fact. The reason turkish lira is t. r. l. is because they've already redenominated before due to massive hyperinflation. Let's add a little more color than about the previous year and a half. The central bank had been keeping interest rates low or at least below consumer inflation. And as we've discussed before on this show. Negative real rates mean investors are discouraged from holding that sovereign debt as well as from holding lira or lira-denominated assets. These have been the policies for eighteen months or more and by fall. The currency was at all time. Lows added to. This fire was the way the turkish central bank had been trying to prop up the lira. Selling more than one hundred billion dollars in us foreign reserves in order to keep the lira from completely cratering in the process this destroyed and depleted their foreign exchange reserves and lead them to actually owing more dollars to turkish banks than the central bank actually had determined. Opposition leaders ask for judicial probe into the official reserves as of november. The country looked to be heading to a full on balance of payments crisis. And on top of this there have been major questions around the independence of the central bank from president. Aragon aragon infrequently given the central bank direct monetary policy instructions had dismissed two governors in the previous sixteen months effectively. When we really take a step back. Turkey has been on the see-saw between currency crisis and inflation. On the one hand and massive austerity and growth slowing interest rate hikes. On the other a currency crisis twenty eighteen led to increase interest rates. And by summer of the next year aragona points quote a friend to cut rates by mid-november when oddball came in it was a swing back to the interest rate hikes austerity side of the pendulum. The first act of akbal as he came in was to immediately raise the central banks one week repo rate which is an interbank lending rate from ten point. Two five percent to fifteen percent now. Interestingly this had started to work things were looking more positive from currency perspective at least in early. Twenty twenty one. Daniel call tweeted this morning. The turkey central bank helped make lira one of the best currencies versus the us d- in twenty twenty one curbing money supply growth via rate hikes helping reduce inflation. The turkish lira was up three point zero seven percent from december thirty first twenty twenty two march nineteenth. Twenty twenty one. It had been down twenty percent the year before it also saw something like fourteen to twenty billion of foreign fund inflows into turkish assets over that same period which reversed years of the opposite direction. Basically the interest rate hikes austerity were performing well in the context of global currency markets. But ogbah clearly didn't believe inflation was getting under control to the degree that he wanted to. He raised rates again to seventeen percent and then finally on the thursday before his dismissal raise them much more than expected to full. Nineteen percent and so the pendulum is swinging back again from interest rate hikes and toward at least in the minds of investors runaway inflation. The newly appointed governor saheb cops. Yo glue said that beating. Inflation is the bank's main objective but also said that they're committed to lowering borrowing costs and bolstering growth. Money managers. basically think he's going to be forced to lower interest rates and accept currency depreciation and indeed the other place. This is showing up is in the cost of insuring. Turkey's government debt against default the price of which rose more than fifty percent over the weekend. What's more this move. And the switch. From ball to cops iaglu super reinforces the narrative that central banks lack independence from erdogan. As well casio glue is a party. Loyalist bloomberg's chief emerging markets. Economists said quote the hit to the central bank's credibility and independence can't be overstated to gone has battered the institutions with interventions that have repeatedly financial markets. Were willing to give ball a chance. His successor will find it hard to build that trust again. So let's talk now about the other dimension to this that you might have caught if you were on twitter. Google searches for the term bitcoin in turkey more than quadrupled over the weekend after akbal sacking wise. That happening while one part of it may be the idea that bitcoin provides in inflation hedge and just a different currency to get away from lira volatility. Which by the way all it using bitcoin to get away from volatility where they don't tell you when they're trying to critique bitcoin is that people can stomach more volatility if there's some possibility that those seventeen percents swings or also to the upside as well but the other part of it is that as i mentioned the new governor has said that they are committed to fighting inflation but doesn't want interest rates to be the tool because they messed with growth. What are there other tools then. Bing bing bing capital controls restricting the flows of capital out of lira and lira-denominated assets so one question might be alongside. Google searches is are we. Seeing an increase in exchange activity owner goes pack. A consultant at the bbc turk pro exchange said that there was a spike in volume and that it was four both usd t tether as an alternative to us dollars and bitcoin on btc turk the bitcoin turkish lira pair has the highest volume with the tether turkish lira pair being the second highest now. This situation is going to evolve a lot. And i think on the one hand you have to just heartbroken. For the turkish people who are stuck between the whims and machinations of politicians and global economic flows that they have no control over when it comes to how much this new set of crypto and digital assets can actually help them escape from those pains. I've said numerous times. One of them remarkable things about this moment isn't that bitcoin and digital assets are going to save everyone from the follies of local currency regimes. That's just not realistic yet. What's remarkable is that for the first time ever the entire span of human history. There is a convenient easy permission. 'less ramp from those regimes for those people. Who have the technical know how to do it. The number of people who have that know how is an ever expanding group and that means that bitcoin and digital assets at an x factor to every single currency crisis. From here on
NASA spacecraft sent asteroid rubble flying in sample grab
"A certain. About Nasr's latest mission. Remember the old barnstorming air shows you might see someone hanging on a rope ladder dangling from a biplane. Then he swoops down past the audience and grabs a handkerchief. On Tuesday night NASA essentially performed the Hanky grab on the far side of our solar system two hundred million miles away. For the first time, NASA sent a spacecraft to snatch soil samples from an asteroid moving at sixty three thousand miles per hour. Asteroids are geological time capsules floating in space. Or as Nastase tone acerbic can put it. The rebel scoop from Benue could be a kind of cosmic Rosetta stone. The tells the history of our earth and solar system during the last billions of years. At the very least this mission is a triumph of imagination and technological prowess and Patients. The Oh Cyrus. REX, spacecraft left Earth four years ago in orbit, the asteroid Ben who for two years collecting photos and data yesterday the craft touchdown for a few seconds and snatched up as much as four point, four pounds, primordial rocks, and dust in about a week. NASA should know the spacecraft collected enough rubble or if it needs to make another attempt, then the spacecraft will back to Earth with its Rosetta rocks. That journey will take about two more years. But. Some things like a deeper understanding of the origins. Our solar system. Are Worth waiting for.
Episode 2: Hanky Panky
"And you next thing you know there are literally eighty thousand. Bootleg copies of the Sean Dell's hanky-panky floating around the Pittsburgh area. Now, Tommy Jackson had no idea that any of this was going on until Metro Vich cold up to let him know the single as hot and take the Sean does come play live in the Pittsburgh Area Tommy said sure what he didn't mention was that he'd been Sollac for over a year so. You went to Pittsburgh on the down low and he started hanging around the clubs and such until he found a band, he liked called the raconteurs. Offered them the job as the new Sean shondells and they accepted it, and that's when Tommy Jackson became Tommy
Episode 122: Hanky Panky
"I up I know what you're thinking. You hear that chorus. Somebody wrote that yeah. But that's not fair. In fact, it took two people to write this one Hanky Panky was written by the songwriting dual of Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry who we last saw in episode one fourteen just a few weeks ago when we looked at the song leader of the pack but in this case, Greenwich and Barry recorded themselves as the raindrops back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three. Berry told Billboard magazine once that he thought Hanky Panky was pretty terrible and it was meant to be a b
"hanky" Discussed on Athletico Mince
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Journal It and Burn It
"So let me get back to that question that thing. Yeah I was talking about at the beginning of the program. Okay that thing about having something on your mind it could be just about anything it stuck in your crawl. That's what my grandma used to say from Jersey shore Pennsylvania stuck in your crawl. Actually say it sounds like you're getting close close to having something stuck in your crawl them's old fashioned words but you get them right. Maybe made some some millennials Hanky man. GimMe a dictionary. Get a dictionary on that phone. Let me look at a printing ear ear and stuck in your crawl. What heck sent me some bothering you right happens? Everybody's GonNa Happen every single day. There's probably not a moment of the day that something doesn't cross your path did bother you a little bit and you can. You can let it bother you and likely it's going to me and I'm I'm not a guy it's gonNa tell you that it's not going to bother you a little bit in fact you don't you you don't really know if it's bothering the UN told us bothering you then it's kind of too late right. I mean how can you stop it from bothering you. That's called not carrying. I want you to care. Oh serious. Dose of Scott. Logic here so stuff's going to bother you. We just can't get away from that so we understand is going to bother you understand. It's GonNa take some kind of action to get through it now. Life is very empowering you get back in control and I'm not saying you're not out of control the raise your hand if you are. Raise your hand. If you've ever been out of control. Raise your hand. If you think maybe this weekend you might be out of control for at least a few minutes and nobody has a camera. Hopefully I don't know. Do you need to forgive somebody from your past. How about the time you stuck your foot in your mouth times? A thousand if you're me finding a way to eliminate negative thoughts. That's it's difficult sometimes. If you think positive or at least do positive stuff you find. Negative can't get its way. And but it's sneaky little bugger. It is your already noticed. How sneaky it is? It's the devil's work. It is our I know. I don't know the devil but it seems like it would be sneaky. Sneaky sneaky those negative thoughts they just come right in. When you expect? You'll be a positive conversation. Somebody says something and also having. Oh that's life life that's people just happens. It's never going to have to find a way to deal with it right so simple way. A tried tried and true version. This has happened years and years. And you're probably way before any of US knew anything we weren't even here you probably tens of thousands of years ago probably the minute that somebody probably commit fire was invented. It's probably GONNA happen. Somebody said hey fire great let me let me do what Scott's GonNa talk about because I've been waiting for fire so I could do it journal July to write things down. Have you heard that you probably ought to be writing things down. The other day was talking to a client and she had a few things on her mind. Some things you're dealing dealing with the go back about thirty years now and to me. That boggles my mind. I really thirty years can take care of that real fast so what you do. Is You Journal it and you burn it now. Sometimes on New Year's Eve you'll find people. They burning parties right. Where you kind of take what didn't work out the past year? You kinda ride it in your throat. The firing say something. You have a drink and who. Hey it worked so matter what and really I know some people just got that so subtle that so simple yeah. It's been a long time. There is something about. Here's why I think personally about us. If you take a scribble your thoughts on a piece of paper and it could be just a piece of paper you had to get fancy. Just get posted on. I don't care what you don't it doesn't matter now the more you you do the more you brain dump the more you're free right the more you get stuff out here the more you just dump it. Fill a whole journal mole skin. I don't care what it is. Don't put on your computer though because they don't want your brand new your computer. That wouldn't be good if you do that. Print burn that okay but scribble scribble scribble Philadelphia. The more you do this the deeper you get the more layers you kinda pill back from an onion essay and stuff kind of comes out and that's what you want to come out. You don't want to hold back. Don't hold back the stuff that's bothering you. Don't people do that. I'm telling you they do Scott. This has bothered me okay. Write it down on Journal. Great let me read it. They give it to me. I said well where to go. Well I just didn't feel I didn't know put on the paper. Get rid of it if you won't if you won't talk about talk about it okay. Okay so scripture thoughts on a piece of paper and get a creole or a crown or a piece of chalk. I don't care what it is. Fill in. A Tire Journal doesn't matter what that is. It's up to you but getting your thoughts on the piece of maybe you know what it does limited. What will interruption go deep here has got some amateurs of the audience but the truth is this is the truth as I say you become what you think about right? Whatever thoughts on your mind? They're just kind of floating around a very powerful form of energy because associates can be created and become something. What happened in? Would you write those thoughts on a piece of paper. What are you doing your manifest and you make it something real few minutes ago? It didn't feel real was just thought it was driving me crazy but the minute you wrote it down it became real. Didn't it right skied. It's on a piece of paper. There's some pretty pricey pieces of apron this plan. I wouldn't you agree. Let's think about when you get out of your head and we take the time to write it down you've made a real and if you really dig in its really real. Some people write novels based on that stuff. But you're not going to do that because we need to get rid of its bad stuff so it becomes real now. What can you do? If it's real. We can deal with it right. That's her step. Two comes in so simple so easy I want you to burn it into oblivion batch of fire light a bonfire use the backyard barbecue. Get the blow torch out. Hey that's a good idea. The blowtorch out of the garage into Abbey Refund. Kids if you're listening to me ask your Mama diverse okay. There are other ways to do in fact. You shouldn't have fired at all no and no. You can't do it on your iphone or your ipad and thanks computer. Can't do it scribble down figuring all the stuff you just got to get rid of it and it's burn it. It can be simple as just kind of go out and drive. Dry Wayne is lighting in watching afloat. Obey have a hose handy if it's dry. Are you three or fireplace. You Bernard on your stove your I don't care what you do. You should common sense. Okay okay I know it sounds so so so so so simple and we'll fix everything right away not really but the mere fact that you have taken everything inside of your head and you moved it out of your head Ed. You've made it real on the piece of paper. Just that alone is going to make you feel better. It's going to give you some control. It's going to free up space inside your brain for happiness. Okay and then when you burn. It isn't GonNa make you feel perfect today. None an really but a little bit better but if you did that a couple more times and you got a little bit better every single day the copy simple guy but a little bit better. Every single day as the old inch by Inches essential thing that becomes a lot. Better if you give at a time so you don't get to thirty four million downloads without. Let me talk like that on. It's an amazing skill set but somehow it works but I do promise you. It's very very simple. Promise I can make this promise. I've seen it a thousand times. I'll see thousand more as long as I live. It's going to be true. True you to the simple release. The waiting feel just a little bit. It's going to set you free just a little bit. I enjoy life. I'm just a little bit more every single day. You're gonNA feel control and empowered in life is going to change for you
Carlos Beltran Out as Mets Manager After Astros' Cheating Scandal
"We got the news about one o'clock today that yet. Another person untied to the Houston Astros. Cheating scandal has lost his job. Carlos Beltran recently hired by the mets to be there next managers out of his job before even having having a meeting in spring training. That's because he was named in. The Commissioner's report released the other day for his role in the Astros signed stealing scandal of two thousand seventeen eighteen Beltran and the mets both indicated. Today that this was a mutual decision but I suspect that a week or two weeks ago even those with knowledge of the science dealing details from two thousand in seventeen believed that Houston. GM Jeff Luneau Astros Manager Aj. Hinch Red Sox manager Alex Cora now Carlos Beltran would still have have their jobs and they're all out and that's where we are probably Vera covers baseball for ESPN. She knows. Carlos Beltran now score very well Marley. How you doing? It's been a crazy week. I think crazy is a very good adjective buster special like no that totally can managers. Were highly touted. I don't have a job today. Unbelievable let's let's start with Carlos Beltran. That is the the most recent news. I'm going to also ask you about Alex. Corsie is we go forward but but I about Carlos. I thought that when the mets didn't put out a statement immediately on Monday evening after the Commissioner's report came out out the fact that the mets didn't come out right away and have a statement from Jeff Wilpon from Brody Bandwagon. And saying this is our guy. Carlos Beltran is our manager edger. And that's what we're going to do moving forward because what was in the report involved the Houston Astros in two thousand seventeen. The commissioners made it clear that Carlos this is not going to be disciplined for his role in that because he's the player at that time but the fact that they didn't put out that statement on Monday and then dragged out into Tuesday day and then Wednesday. You could see that the mets they were weighing their options and just as someone who covered the mets back in one thousand nine hundred seven having worked in New York market for a long. I've never seen an organization that is more affected by public opinion than the mets. And I thought Yep that he at some point. They're going to let him go. What what did you think absolutely couldn't agree more with what you said? And not only that the fact that you know one of the reasons why they hired Beltran was because it was excellent in publicity. Ns S you. And I know spending so much time covering baseball in New York. The mets have failed many times on the PR department. And this would hiring hiring Carlos Beltran. They bought themselves all this goodwill right the return of the prodigal son with everything that had happened when he had left the comments of the Wilpon when he used to be a you know. Oh a mets player. Everything gets kind of water under the bridge. There's just you know one of the most impressive press conferences that I have attended you know at city field so it was just as big. Pr Moment and then all of a sudden I agree with you. They got swayed by public opinion. And one of the things that Carlos Beltran and as you mentioned before which is important you state. The aren't family our friends of mine. So my activity here Sometimes can be a little bit swayed but the point is that can handle the media. He's been you know he was a player for twenty a years worked on a capacity assistant with the Yankees and so on and I feel that this was in my opinion. Definitely a wilpon decision muster. Oh No no question. The way this was described I think Carlos but at a statement they talked about a mutual decision. No way like this like Carlos I think absolutely was set on going forward but they say as all the conversation was taking place in New York to columnists were were taking aim at this and they are asking questions. Well what. What did the mets ask Carlos about? After the first athletic story came out about the signed stealing. And how would the mets feel about Carlos not having credibility with the media and it became a real hot topic on talk radio here and one stat ball started rolling downhill and then Aj hinch losses job and Jeff Luna lost his job and Alex. Cora lost his job. There was no way the mets leadership was going to stand in the way of that momentum and stand up and say in the past it was in the past which by the way is what Brody van wagon and said back in November. He kind of indicated like well. That's not really a mets problem. That's an astros throws problem. But their their their words their tone definitely changes week the only aspect that I can you know Ah have gone in this process. One of the things were Carlos may have had some input. Devil's advocate here. Is that one of the things that Carlos Beltran they'll turn and and you and I have covered a great deal of is the fact that he does not like off. The field distractions buster. And I think at that is the part or they'll go. You know what this is the right decision. He is one of those guys that likes to talk baseball. I remember what it was like the whole scandal with Iran in the Yankees Yankees Carlos Beltran was part of the Yankees Organization at the time as a player and he refused to engage in sort of those conversations so there is an aspect of how much he doesn't like the distraction and then that part certainly you know he could have had any input on but I I agree with you. This isn't you know the mets founded selves in an island. Having to make a decision and they got swayed by Jim Crane did and obviously you know what the Boston Red Sox decided to do. After the imposition of a penalty suspension to Alex Score. So let's breakdown go by the way. Yeah exactly breakout some other elements of this What do you think the mets miss out on? Not Having Carlos Beltran altron their manager. Carlos Beltran is an excellent leader. And I think that's one of those things that has been a little bit missing the New York Mets Organization. He drives arrives you. He's one of those guys that inspires others other players and he also galvanizes clubhouses right. He he was the player for the day when he was with the Yankees. Hanky along with Andrew Miller he always has always been so well spoken and he crosses that kind of you know barrier quote Unquote Latino players. And you know the players that are not Latino and I felt that he could galvanize that clubhouse very very well and I think that's the number one thing that the mets are going to miss out on and this is a man who obviously has left the game for a long time doesn't need the money this isn't right and it was honestly doing this job because he truly wanted to make an impact in organization that really has lost their way a little bit in the last couple of years so I think it's a huge loss. So they mess. We're GONNA do not have Carlos Beltran but I do understand the decision. In terms of the whole quote in quote distractions off the field now. I'm not as close to him as you are if I was I think and he asked me my advice in this situation. Now that he's lost the job of the mets would. I think I would tell them was Carlos you need to hold a press conference in New York have rent out a room at a hotel or restaurant invite all the reporters to come and basically say I'm here to answer all your questions about what went on with Houston with me back in two thousand seventeen eighteen. Because I think that's the only way he's going to be able to manage at some point down the road and all I heard for the last decade is this is someone who absolutely terrific manager in the future future. He has to be great at this job but I think that would allow him to and let's face he's never going to move past this. It's already cost him his job but at least to get past those questions would be to tell the writers. I'm here to answer every question you people have about what take place and I'll tell you exactly really what happened. What do you think about that? I don't know that I mean I. I would love for that to happen. Let's be very clear. I don't know that the benefit for for Carlos it's worth it If if one of the drugs and he said this in an introductory press conference specifically said I didn't want any job I don't need need a job. I wanted to stay in New York. Carl has very very young children. They're all right like very yes. Three kids are all very young during school in your this is where they reside the kids go to school will. So there's only two baseball jobs that he would apply for the New York Yankees and the New York mets and he's not gonna get either one of those jobs so I just don't think that at this point point it benefits the family anyway and I do think that Carlos will do what's best for his family especially having young children Buster and I know you know that you had young children at one time. It's the point that these kids have to see the paper tomorrow. They're going to be in school. They're old enough. You know and I feel like it would rehash a lot of topics. Is that right now. Maybe people are going to move on you know and and just gone from that now if he later on when the kids are a little bit older he wants to do something else. Maybe at that point but but at this point I just don't see the benefit.
Prime Minister, Great Britain And Boris Johnson discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"About this Boris Johnson is on the prime minister of Great Britain which matters because if anything ever goes which matters mostly me because I'm I'm home I am if things go a hanky in the world the most important thing going on in the whole world is the relationship between Great Britain and
Jony Ive leaving Apple after nearly 30 years to start new design firm
"Of astutely pointing out that apple no previous to a past couple of years never really made their designers knowingly never put the names out of their designers a but in in the new yorker profile think ben thompson wrote a piece about how in the new yorker profile they sort of seating you know some of these names of designers and when they made the announcement that johnny i've is leaving they did say that you know huge place by the specific designers although reporting to eighty an awkward in person well i wish in person i guess i'm johnny i've had multiple roles they said in you and we haven't even discussed the role he had in the building in their new orders now is the last big product right apple was the spaceship and so when you have somebody operating in those like multiple roles there's no title for that person their nose doing all these different things so you're not gonna replace them with one person either and so it kind of makes sense that this replacement or you know somebody official title is probably gonna fit in a bunch of different spots i'm not certain sort of surprised by that organizationally they'd have no you know executive bp of design anymore right people reporter tim cook it all falls under the chief operate operating officer jeff williams but a they did say that fit harbor design an industrial design in human interface face design these other suffered stuff will be two different leads you're gonna have a evans hanky vp of industrial design an allen die will be the vice president of human interface design so at least you're gonna have separate people on on the that people can point to is being responsible for these things and i'm sure they've been heavily involved you know for a long time and i'm sure that even as joining live is leaving even if he was not have any more involvement in apple which is not gonna be the case because apple is the first big customer for his new design firm but they have products in the works that he's had a hand in we won't see for years right handed batter i i can't imagine that apple would let him go without him having some huge sign and put on whatever they are glasses for example like if you're talking about design being important thing for something a product that a category that has not been proven yet to be consumer friendly hr would be chief among them unique kind of need the confidence of a johnny design you know the the lack of a better phrase v a the reality distortion field that he brings to it as well
Are time zones obsolete?
"Here's something that I learned recently in the air above us up at thirty five thousand feet. It is the same time everywhere, universal time, which is time at the Greenwich Meridian is used all around the planet earth, today by every single airline and air force in the world. This is dick Henry. He's an astrophysicist at Johns Hopkins University, and he said think about it. They're all these planes, flying all over the earth at hundreds of miles an hour, and you don't wanna get confused by time zones. When you're trying to keep them from crashing into each other dick has talked to his friend, Steve Hanky about this for years, seems an economist, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins, and he says it is not just pilots who need universal time investors needed to you can trade. Twenty four hours, a day almost around the clock and gold currencies. Stocks and everything else under the sun. And those are all timestamped using universal time Hanky and Henry were telling me about all this because they have this little proposal. Yes, even I want to abolish the time zones. No more time zones. We want twenty four hour world time everybody on the same clock. You're, you're, you're fully serious about this. Like, is this a serious proposal? Oh my, of course, it's a serious proposal, if it's ten o'clock in New York, it is ten o'clock in Shanghai and Sydney and Nairobi it is ten o'clock everywhere. Hanky and Henry have also designed a whole new efficient. Standardized calendar the Hanky Henry permanent calendar whose Hanky Henry time and calendar. It's raked up with an extra week every five or six years, so that the calendar is. Standard year to year like January I is always a Monday. They say come on, we waste so much time. Readjusting calendar's year to year. It's unnecessary. What would happen if the Hanky Henry colander were adopted? Oh my goodness. There'd be a couple of years of bumps and grinds people read adjusted their schedules. But then we'd have at an absolute optimum, and it would never ever change for the rest of human history. This is very hard for me to imagine two guys changing the way time works for everybody forever.
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism
"What surveillance capitalists are competing on our the quality of their predictions. Yeah. Because that's what they're selling to their business customers it began with a Connie's of scale. We need a lot of data. We need to feed the machines. A lot of data in order to get really good predictions. Okay. So we're getting a lot of data over were pulling all the data that we can find an online in the online world, then it becomes wait. Wait a minute. Volume is essential. But we need more than volume. We also need variety we need scale, and we need scope and to get that scope to get that variety. The diversity of data. We need to get out of the online world we need to also embrace the offline world, we need a mobile situation. Here's your phone put in your pocket right now off you off you go into the city into the park into your home into your car wherever you are those become new sources of of supply chains for us. Okay. Now, we're competing in the mobile world and the discovery occurs. Hold on a second. You know, data. Scientists talk about the shift from monitoring and capturing data to actually aiding actually effecting the device or the person in a way that actuates behavior and through. Actuated behavior, you set that behavior on a specific course that gives you even better basis for prediction. Right. So so you see this is the input. This is what's happening behind the veil before you get to that killer recommendation wherever it is. So behind the veil what's happening is we're looking for ways to actually nudge, tune heard human behavior through these subliminal cues that operate in the online and increasingly in the real world. So that we can channel behavior toward a certain direction. And once we know you're you're moving in that direction. Then the predictions that we can make are going to be even more powerful one of the tests of this that became preps. Most interesting, and we'll be familiar to our listeners is the augmented reality game, Pokemon. Go. Oh, which I consider to be another super scale population scale, experimental laboratory in how you do what I've just described. But now not in the online world in the real world in the world. We call real. Because what Pokemon go what was actually doing was monetize ING based on its own behavioral futures markets where people would go, exactly. So there were you know, pizza joints restaurants. Mcdonald's franchises all kinds of services stablishment retail places that were paying Niantic labs, which was the Google spinoff. Yeah. That produced an incubated Pokemon go while still inside Google, led of course, by John Hanky who is behind street view and behind that but before that Google earth. So they're paying my Antic labs for footfall footfall in the real world is the precise analogy to click through in the online world, grocery literally foot, traffic and fall is your body is in my store and your foot is falling on my floor talk.
"hanky" Discussed on WLAC
"So my question is what is the best thing to do is we'd better to roll it over Hanky retirement future? Or would it be better to take the lump sum pay the taxes and? The death that we have the inherited IRA does not have any penalties. But does have taxes as you pull it out? And you have a minimum a required minimum distribution. And it's called an RAM D that you have to begin pulling out a little bit every year, depending on your age. It's an MD calculation that used so you're gonna have some of it out to do that. In your case. What I would do is cash it in and pay the taxes MB outta debt. Okay. And I'm assuming that that would make him smile as long as he knew you weren't going to go back in debt, right, right? Because we wanted to make sure that nobody went to honor him because he was always very good with money. And you know, tried to you know, he formed were. What you could. If you you know, as long as you don't ever go back in debt, and you start living responsibly on a budget from this day forward. Then you've honored his memory with that action. And it's not a bad financial move overall. I mean, it's a good financial move. So it just taxable is all in. So, you know, you're probably not you're probably going net about twenty four little bit more. Maybe but not a lot more after so. So what's your? What's your household income? Right around fifty five each year. Larry cool. Okay. Good. Very good. All right. Well, yeah. That that knocks out a a big obstacle between you and wealth-building. And now the trick from this point forward is to you know, to continue your career growth and continue to live on plan and and don't go into data again. But yeah, that's what I would do..
UK committed to nuclear power after Hitachi decision: PM May's spokesman
"A nail into the coffin of Japan's nuclear technology exports. Now this follows a move by Toshiba another Japanese John's to withdraw from its British operations, and it just leaves the Hanky point project in southwest England as the only a nuclear plant on the construction that elements moments in the UK, and that's funded primarily with Chinese cash. Really interesting stuff here in one sense will return to that in the in the weeks and months ahead as indeed we might when we look to the skies. Let's talk a bit about Heathrow apple here in London, of course, for some time year busiest hub, and I gather despite some challenges, which so you might tell us about
Danny Green, Rockets And Golden State Warriors discussed on The Jump
"Suckle Spurs 'cause they host the rockets and the first part of our double header on ESPN tonight. And I really got to read you Gregg Popovich told MBA dot com about these three point explosion in the NBA over the past decade and mind, you they're playing the rockets tonight. Here's what pop said, quote, I hate it. But I always have I've hated the three for twenty years. Now, you look at a statute after a game in the first thing you look at is the threes if you made threes and the other team didn't win if you don't even look at rebounds or turnovers, you don't even care. That's how much impact the three point shot has. And how it's evidenced by how everyone plays since he's basically saying that all the final points of the game kind of fall by the wayside. If you can just bury the other team in threes degree. I do agree. I mean, I think that's been a huge advantage for the Golden State Warriors. Oh, that is three seasons is the fact that they've been able to shoot three ball better than any team in the league. And we've seen teams like Houston news emerged a little bit. And now, we go the Milwaukee Bucks who's taking the most attempt. So the three ball is the way that the game is going, and if anyone can speak on this coach pop can because I'm sure he's probably losing a little bit of his coaching field with guys shooting of all it's more of a mobile free flow game. Now, you know when I played in the Lee three point shot was important. But it wasn't that important in today's game. I you've got to get up almost five threes a quarter. I mean, or are you gonna find yourself behind your member of very hot night in San Antonio? When Danny green was raining in really high and raining in more three. Threes air conditioner was. This. I won a championship enlarge perfect 'cause they hit threes. I I would just say to pop maybe go the beer Beck. He's been he's been cranky. And he's been by the way, he's been cranking long before he saved through today back. Great thing we all do. But he also said that he doesn't think the game has lost its beauty and that same interview. I disagree. I think the game was beautiful. In fact, his mentor Hanky gin who was his coach at air force. I had a conversation with him a little while ago. And he said, you know, he he's the coaches a sixties. He goes game has never been more beautiful. So pop get a bottle of wine. Go see coach Egan. About the beauty of the game. It will be great for everybody. Well, I I agree with you on that point for sure I do I do understand though that there is room for the nuance of, hey, the bludgeoned the hammer of the three pointer one thing pop has been so great at over. The decades is finding all those little untucked corners of the game to get an advantage. And it's been fun to watch him do that. And those just aren't is available anymore when someone can come sweep you along with the three point shot. He's definitely lost. The Is it's. some of that when you have two hall of famers, David Robinson and follow with Tim Duncan? Those God made that three point line, very fruitful. That's what he is missing. So when when you don't have that that that magnet there the force that defense to droll in yet at three point shot does become a little bit more difficult. So he definitely don't have those big that same way short.
"hanky" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Down zero here Hanky stadium. Fighting Irish moved Tony. With a dominating. Not pranks. Syracuse. Listen, you know, I have not mentioned once how you threw up all over yourself yesterday against the Denver Broncos with Syracuse. I've just say what it's got more to do with what I'm going to teach his secrets, the NFL and you're talking about college. He's must keep our name out your mouth. Who some little sensitive? Why aware at all the gear though the happiest sports talk radio format. Stop hating on my gear because. Final four picks are looking really good right now. What about say was going to be the final four in the NFL back before the season started made our official predictions because we don't just pick the Super Bowl. We've picked the final. Yeah, we do. And I said you're NFC championship game was the saints. And the Rams and your AFC championship game was gonna be the Texans and the Steelers I feel great because there's nobody more accurate than me because outside of local guys in Kansas City. Nobody picked the chiefs. And if your local guy in Kansas City, you didn't pick all the other teams. I had. So I am feeling pretty good right now that no other national sports talk host has the has the accuracy of what the final four picks could be right now the name. Nobody's more accurate. I love the fact that the wild twists and turns of the NFL season and brought us to this point really do the wildly inconsistent and confusing at times play the Houston. Texans matter victories victory there. There have been consistent for the last seven weeks. They were awful the first three. No, no, no, just because they had wins. Doesn't mean they were consistent. We're still when they're you one seven zero. You are consistently winning. Sure. Right. You're consistent. Yes. You have a streak that is absolutely true. And then you go back and watch the tape. How did we get here? There are two by God. How did I get here? There are two columns. There is a win column. And there is a loss column. The more wins. You have the better chance you have to make it through the NFL's playoff. And to the final four. Thank you grandpa talking to me like I'm three years. Sometimes you understand there's a win column. And there's a loss column there is not a trying hard court. Syracuse end up that we are eight and four right now. Just because you look northwestern. You guys are four and eight and you're winning. You know, you're half year division in the in the big ten. All right. Just stop for a second. Hey, look at us. I didn't bring anything up other than your Syracuse to.
Monica Lewinsky: Bill Clinton and I never hooked up in the Oval Office
"That's true. Monica Lewinsky says hanky-panky within President Bill Clinton never took place in the Oval Office in another clip from the Clinton affair docu series. The former intern who has reinvented herself as me to advocate, an anti bullying activist talks about her hookups with the married commander in chief which led to his one thousand nine hundred ninety eight impeachment will they routinely met in the White House sexual relations took place outside the iconic office of the president. But nearby quote, no monkey business happened in the Oval Office proper. She said she's forty five years old, by the way, we would talk and maybe flirt here there, but no sexual activity. Happened in the Oval Office. So if you're wondering where it happened he had a private personal office. That's off to the side that consists only of a back steady a dining room a little pantry in a bathroom. That's where every intimate encounter
"hanky" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"That is the one thing please, can you when we do this podcast with you from our that's just we have to open with with how we got to this point because college basketball can be so fun and so ridiculous. And like only the sport would have a do Hanky spanky. What are we talking about? He got eleven points and ten rebounds last night in that lost it, Wisconsin. He's averaging ten and six right now like you said he was a d two player of the year last season at fair state. And I promise you I will report from Maui. I will have the the full Hanky panky story by let's say Monday night at the latest. I fly there on Saturday settled on Sunday games start at like nine AM local time, which is awesome. What would you say? That's awesome. I think that's great. Because then you're done you'll be done early relatively speaking. You know? Yeah. I'd rather be. I'd rather start late. They'd be done early. But whatever whatever I'm going to be in paradise. Who cares? It'd be impaired is with expand in Zion me Hanky panky Zion. So how about this? What if I start a story on a podcast like this? So me Hanky panky Zion walked into a bar. Well, they're both underage so yes, it would actually be pretty interesting from the get go there. Although I think that I on short of Fort Knox. I can pretty much walk into any place. He wants at this point who's gonna sign. It can't come in. Exactly you'll eat to heal. He'll just say he'll eat you. Yeah. He could be looks good. Don't you think? He's a yes, or no I could eat another human yesterday. If you wanted to I'm not saying desires humans or human flesh like gun to head Zion. Do it or pulling the trigger could Zion? Eat another human. I say, yes, we haven't dipped into cannibalism on the pod. And at least two or three years. So this has been overdue for a subject topic. And there's no doubt about it. I'm gonna go. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. What what if Siahaan Etang him, explain key in Maui? Would that be a story? Would that give me on CBS sports HQ? I think it would get you on sports HQ. And if you're not watching by the way, you should be watching CBS sports HQ, you can check it out on any device that broadcast pretty much anything. CBS four pairs on it, I'm on it. And we're going to pretty much daily college hoops season picks up. So that was just a sneak in a little bit of a plug, and it is genuinely awesome. I think you will enjoy it. If you haven't checked it out already trivia time norlander. Fire away. What league right now has more top forty can palm teams than any other league. Well, the fact that your first of all full disclosure, I love our unprompted trivia didn't know this was coming. The fact that you're asking this makes me think that it's not the ACC, and it's not the big twelve now at the start of the season. You said SEC would be a top two league. I will say SEC. But that's just because I think you setting it up because you think the SEC is going to be a top two league. Am I right? Could not. I mean, you could be more wrong. But you're you're definitely way Ron the five top forty right now, which is low. It's the big ten why the big ten has ten top forty Kim pom teams right now. I noticed this. Because when I up the top twenty five and one I've got a bunch of big teams in there. And so I just went over to Kim onto like always keep a close eye on everything, but I was out of the my Atta sorts here and the big interesting. They don't they might not have great team..
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"One along those lines one thing to keep in mind for your listeners is not to expect to be an overnight success, but to grow steadily, and again, according to your values and not give up on those. But. Grow organically. We say are here. And, you know, find the best professionals that you can't the best advice and not not give up either bigger is not necessarily better figure is not necessarily better. I love that. Something you guys say is life is serious. Lingerie should be fun. I love that. I was reading that. It was like, I think that is so cute. I love it. Life is so serious. We have to have more fun, right? Yes. Even if you can't see it. So this is a question. I always ask. And that is what does fit fierce and fabulous mean to you. You know, it's funny by my first reaction was. It sounds a little bit. Like what we make? Seriously, those three apps absolutely do define our product. And and the women who wear it. We are. You know, I think what was unusual about us from the start in comparison to other intimate apparel companies is that our product without without even saying to each other. But we were creating a product that would make women feel good about themselves for themselves, and, you know, high five their sisters, if they caught, oh, you've got to keep you to it wasn't about appealing in a period way, you know, to the male gaze now that's a popular way of talking that that people use. But that is being our the core value of ours for forty one years, so fit fears fabulous that that works for me. Kind of how we define our customers are sisterhood. We call who had been with us for so many years and share everything that they've learned along the way as well as shared their product our product with with their family and friends that that is you know, it's sort of defines his latest Senate, defines them and our product Courtney, do, you know, the Hanky panky handshake? No that is something that happens very frequently. Not not just us. But, but it what it is is when people learn that, you're connected to hanky-panky or or the the subject of underwear comes up, and and both both women are group would realize that they all are wearing hanky-panky underwear. Well, it works best if you have pants on but the women's dig right in. To into their waistband and pull out their their underwear to show. Look more Yankee panky to we call that the Hanky panky handshake. Oh my gosh. That is so cute. It's defined on our website in many places where we're thongs in particular are sold. Thank you. Thanks. Of women's philanthropy committee, and I was meeting with them yesterday. I was telling them all how excited I was to interview today, and we were all talking about Hanky panky and half the room had Hanky panky on. It was like this is so cool. Yeah. No about the handshake those I'm gonna have to bring it up at our next meeting. Yes. They're all fit and federalists. Yes, they are. They are. It's wonderful group of women when we get together and and help out. So it's it's cool. I love it. You guys. Thank you so much for coming on the show in ladies. Please check out Hanky panky. If you haven't already there'd be a link in the show notes, they have beautiful pieces. I'm sure you've seen my Instagram. I've been photographed and a bunch of them. And I love your body suits. They're my favorite right now. I'm obsessing. Like wearing them everywhere. People are like oh my gosh. Thank you pick you bodysuits beautiful. You have to get one. Thank you guys so much for coming on the show. I this is such an amazing. This is like I can't even believe this is dream come true. So thank you again for your time for sharing so much information for showing us that core values matter and to stick with them. No matter what. Well, this has been our pleasure entirely, your they're welcome Gillan leader. Thank you again. Thank you so much for shooting into the singers in relates to see podcast means the world to me to have you shared in my tribe in my world. If you enjoyed this episode, I would love it could rain review and subscribe, and you really love this episode. I would love it if you could share it with a friend. Thank you so much for tuning in..
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"I haven't heard of that one. Oh, Courtney please earner that one. Oh, I like to send you a copy. Oh my God. I need to read this book. If you guys are recommending it. I have to read it. Yeah. We'll raise this is a different kind of business book. It's the new revolution. For female. Entrepreneurs is the tagline is the. But leapfrog is the name of the book spun Natalie Molina Nie-nieto, and I will I will coordinate with Kristen and you'll have a copy short. Thank you so much that is so sweet. Thank you recommend that your readers. Yes, please. I love I love books because I feel like in a book, you can learn so much you can highlight. You can go back. I keep so many books on my bookshelf. So that when I start feeling angry or feel like is getting in the way or feel frustrated I just opened up book, and I read some chapters and just get reinspired. So I love books. I'm a big player. Yes. And they're it's it's easy to you. We're frequently ask for tips in vice. And so on. There are so many ways to accomplish your goals, and that is not easy in. Sometimes you don't even know what the goal is. You just thrown in with an idea that's has a life of its own moving forward. You don't know where the end goal is. We'd never as you started. When you began to talk with us. We had no idea would be here. Forty one years later most most companies don't make it past five years. Oh, no. So it is a very very encouraging to read about with other people have done, and you hear many many, many ideas that are filtered through a person the author of this book leapfrog who actually started onto entrepreneurship leadership center, a the entrepreneurship center at Barnard at the Phoenix center. Barnard? So she does a zillion people who have reached their goals in starting a company, and she's distilled it, and it's it's just wonderful reading in very inspiring. Thank you so much for that. I'm so excited to read this book. I can tell you guys really love this. It's something that all of you guys are listening should definitely pick up. And I also think that this is just something I've noticed through the interview you guys have really strong core values that have stuck through the forty one years. I think I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that has helped your success as well as vice have defined these core values in stuck to them. You are staying really? Yeah. To philanthropy, everything that is absolutely correct. And it has been a, you know, the success of our business is to be on the same page all these years. And not give in. Oh, I'm sure as things have evolved in the fashion world. I can't imagine people were probably like why are you still in the USA, you know, all those types of questions? So I think it's so cool. You guys have defined these values in your like, we're sticking to them like. Yup. And but there's no question to have a successful business. You absolutely have to be profitable. Oh, of course in order to be filled with robbing you have to be profitable to have money to give away. Which is a gallon. I haven't duct that philanthropy, gene, personally. And we certainly would doing what we could you know, on early on before we could do it in the name of Hanky panky. We we still do our work on side. But it's very very important to run a strong smart profitable business. And as you're hearing from us, of course, it can be done in the United States. It's nonsense to imagine that you absolutely have to leave one yours..
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Thing that partnerships and not just business partnerships marriages. I mean, I don't know what the divorce rate is go, but the long term relationships frequently don't work, and that is why when a business partnership does work it's notable. And it could be the secret sauce behind the success of a business. What what you're asking is is maybe close to impossible to answer. It was there's so many indefinable about how people, you know, make decisions and get along and. But clearly there's a basis in in in values, you know, just sort of basic values that that was behind our friendship to begin with. And that has allowed us to work well together in business. I love that. I know you guys have really strong values with philanthropy. You guys are very into keeping things green Hanky panky, which I adore in love because I do my best in my home to St. green. And I use you know, ten or not ten but metal straws, and I bring my back's to the store. So I love that your company really takes all that into consideration. Can you share how you've stayed green? And why you guys state green? And what that means to you. I am a long term environmentalist way way back. And so when we started our company we tried to implement. As much responsibility as we could in being so. One of the main things is staying in this country when everyone else every other company was fleeing to create a a higher margin in their products. Oh, yes. And we stayed knowing that we had a special product and a special customer that we could manage it to to sell it a certain price point and succeed with that. So we were able to stay which is a huge part of being sustainable, keeping our carbon footprint Smalls using as many resources in the United States, and keeping helping to keep them viable as well. So I would say about seventy percent of our fabrics and materials and trims come from this country. But one hundred percent of our productions done here, all of our all of our showing is done in the northeast of the United States. That's mainly mainly in the boroughs. I met so cool. Thank you. We also try to implement as many responsible of moves in within the company like using recycled paper for the machine the copy machines like instead of water bottles. We have filters for the water system from the tap. We do electric recycling. Encourage people to bring in discarded electronics from home because we are we do belong to this program. So we were able to ship them out in large batches, we have it's an envelope. That is an option when you check out of our website that you can receive.
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Hanky-panky is a favourite of celebrities stylish and stylish women world wide. Welcome to the show. Gale in lead. Thank you. So what's your coming on? Thank you. Oh my gosh. This is just amazing. It's incredible forty one years ago. Hanky panky was started. How does it feel to say that? It's sort of unbelievable. We don't feel that old. I know isn't it that moment where you're like you say something like that? And you're like forty one years, that's. Wait what how could that be? So this this idea came from pudding hand embroider handkerchiefs together. I mean, how did you even think of that gal? Oh, I actually liked to recycle things. So while I was working for other manufacturers is specialized in knits at at that time. I was always I always had a boutique business where at home at night. This is my real laboratory for design I would make things and often out of other things like at that time beautiful handkerchiefs that inspired me their exquisite embroidery colorful embroidery. So they seem the whole idea about embroidery on underwears was very Victorian. So that's really what motivated me to make modern underwear out of it. And that little set came about around the same time if lead his birthday. Was happy recipient of that. Yeah. That was that was in June nineteen seventy seven. Gail gave me just you know, I'd always got design things from Gail as gifts. But this was something that really really caught my attention. I was so excited about it. And we started talking about how other women would probably love this stuff that looked like this, and it was possible to scale it up. That's amazing. So leader you got this gift. And you're like, we gotta do something with this. Yeah. Which, you know, I'm not sure exactly where that thought came from because it's not like I had been to business school. It's not like I was out of work. It's not like I knew anything about sales or retail or wholesale. But yeah, those did kinda come in. Dame? And I had I had been in my own business on the side for years. So it was natural to do something. I wouldn't have done it on my own, but with a partner, and once we had that name we just took off. 'cause that was that was inspired to know was a name that once leader went out with those little samples a little four piece set to the buyers a name that they didn't forget, and they found something that was different for their departments. And it was just took off from there. Yeah. There was a lot lot of interest. It was actually very say. It was easy to sell back. Their jobs. Saw the Forbes interview you guys did how you said it was easy back then. And but still it takes guts to get store. You know, go in there and have the meeting. What was that? Like, I mean, I it's not just one day. You decided you gotta gear up for that. Well, I on my kind of. Lunch. Our from the job that I had at the time. I was making phone calls to really the only retail outlets. I knew at the time department stores because of they they kind of they owned the retail space. That's where I shopped. I was called end. Also, you made these connections by two phone. There was no internet. No, Email, and it was complicated because in the intimate apparel space it I'm sure I didn't even use that terminology. There was so many different departments, you know, bras. And and of course, the tree undependable, and you know, all the stuff that I somehow I got to I r- who was proper person at each of the places that I called Gail had made samples for me to to take in. And that was a very different time. When buyers would welcome you end, see something new would sit down and write there or. Orders on the spot if they liked it. There was not one buyer who I saw in New York or California. I happened to have a trip plan to California and around the same time, and I took advantage of calling west coast based department stores, even the ones that don't even exist anymore like books and Robinson's..
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"As all comfortable could be. So when I was searching, I realized that I'd been wearing hanky-panky in the past. But I didn't realize that they had organic stuff. So once on that out. I went crazy have bought a bunch of stuff tried it out loved it got all my friends on it. And luckily, I was able to partner with them which has been incredible. I love their stuff. If you guys have seen my body suit on Instagram where that thing like probably every other day. It's so much. It's blue with gorgeous pink flowers on it. And that in my surprise when I got the opportunity to interview, the founders. Of hanky-panky. How amazing is that? Gil Epstein and Lena or Zach our the founders of Hanky panky and they've been in business for over forty years. They're the maker of the most comfortable thong in the world. And I do have to say it truly is the most comfortable thong in the world on this episode. They share their journey of having the guts to talk to department store owners and pitch their brand and get it out there. Also talk about their growth from being an undergarment line in a department to a world wide brand. We talk about proven market strategies and how they execute their business. How long it took them to come up with ideas of adding thongs to their collection in growing and expanding their line how they found a solution to a longtime problem of women, and they created the most comfortable on you'll ever wear in your life. I saw the secret sauce for them staying friends and business partners for over forty years..
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"Business partners for over forty years. This is unheard of you guys choosing to do the right thing. Even when it's expensive. They are true believers in sticking to their core values, which I think is so cool there philanthropist, they believe in conscious efforts eco friendly workplace, so many things that are truly stand behind in my own world. They really bring about in business, even though it is costly for them. And they talk about that. Because it's important to understand that sometimes you're going to have to pay for sticking behind your values. But it's always worth it. In the end. We talk about how they give back in the community and in the world in wide so important for them. They also talk about a book intimate advice that they would give to us over on the fit pherson fabulous podcast. And the even recommend a book, which I have just started reading, and I absolutely love if you are someone out there who wants to get inspired in here from women who have remained friends and kept a business going for over forty years. Okay. So this is before the internet. They started this business and they've been able to keep going through the internet. They've been able to stand behind their values and we'll hut really matters to them. And I think that is so awesome. And I'm so excited to introduce you guys gale and lead of Hanky panky Fisher to log on and check out all of their beautiful pieces. I'm sure you've seen them all my Instagram..
"hanky" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
"As all comfortable could be. So when I was searching, I realized that I'd been wearing hanky-panky in the past. But I didn't realize that they had organic stuff. So once Ron that out. I went crazy have bought a bunch of stuff tried it out loved it got all my friends on it. And luckily, I was able to partner with them which has been incredible. I love their stuff. If you guys have. See my body suit on Instagram where that thing like probably every other day. It's so much. It's blue with gorgeous pink flowers on it. And that in my surprise when I got the opportunity to interview, the founders of Hanky panky, how amazing is that Gil Epstein and Lena or Zach our the founders of Hanky panky and they've been in business for over forty years. They're the maker of the most comfortable thong in the world. And I do have to say it truly is the most comfortable thong in the world on this episode. They share their journey of having the guts to talk to department store owners and pitch their brand and get it out there. Also talk about their growth for being an undergarment line in a department to a world wide brand. We talk about proven market strategies and how they execute their business. How long it took them to come up with ideas of adding thongs to their collection in growing and expanding their line how they found a solution to a longtime. Problem of women, and they created the most comfortable on you'll ever wear in your life. I sore the secret sauce for them staying friends and.
"hanky" Discussed on Untangle
"The insight into the impermanent of experience or would feet with stillness heels underneath all that too is something to internalize and take into our south. There's a traditional thing, you're the mind takes shape from what it repeatedly rests upon for better or roofs, and the modern date would be your brain takes shape from let your mind repeal the rest for better for me it boils down to something very simple which shape. Do you wanna take who? Do you wanna be who? Do you want to be calm? None out of chasing pleasure in some. Silly hedonistic south's, but in in including the maintenance of the spiritual process would he become wanna be including you what you want to become his you've always been. But which was skier that even that is unannounced change. And then knowing who you wanna be what you wanna help yourself. Grow into being a little bit more. Danny restaurant mind, and that is really white open. And it goes, my broadly, spelling grosses. Yeah. Absolutely. Is your mind the witnessing part versus your brain? I know a lot of people are curious about what the differences between the mind and the brain. Yeah. Exactly is a key question right defense. How people use the word in the scientific community mind equals information. Crazy, right? So if the nervous system is you ball to represent information in for example, in the the motor systems, our ancestors to communicate information with our century systems, smells, good swim forward, smells, bad swim backwards and so on so that's the nervous in does and words like mental or hunt nation with on. Hanky was flows. As information the ways that the material processes of the nervous system in the immaterial is so natural processes of information lows in nervous system ways in which that becomes an experience. That is still a great mystery whether seeks -perience of humans florals Cass mice. Lizards knows ways in which finan analogy were experience Mathis L scientific mystery taken by traditional to bend sayings. One of them is moments of the way can many times day and the other saying lace to sudden awakening bride, you'll cultivation some new anything gradual cultivation side, knowing and that process of cultivation is what we mainly talked about here. I think that as very known can stop you from cultivating a little. Oil that more happiness love and wisdom, everyday known from doing that inside the sanctuary of your own mind. That's beautiful thing. But it also takes us to that was -bility on us Atanas seen gauge that
Los Angeles Rams agree to record deal with Aaron Donald
"Angeles. Rams star Aaron Donald has signed a record contract the star defensive. Tackle ended his holdout by signing the richest. Contract any defensive player has signed in NFL history the Rams announced the new six-year deal through the two thousand twenty four season worth one hundred. Thirty, five million dollars NFL contracts are not guaranteed however so. The guaranteed portion of the contract is especially important Donald got a forty million dollar signing bonus. And eighty seven million. Of the one hundred thirty five. Million is guaranteed Donald is entering his, fifth season he was selected to the Pro Bowl each of his first four seasons in the league. And was. The NFL defensive player of the, year last
Argentina’s Peso Tumbles as Turbulence in Emerging Markets Spreads
"A, mixed Friday. For US stocks it was a winning week thin trading as the Trump administration and Canada plan on resuming trade. Talks next week after discussions ended, with no deal as for the market outlook Phil Orlando is chief equity strategist at federated investors in our view the market is a little extended I think. We're in a fundamental vacuum if you will for the next six weeks or so and I think. We are going to see a risk off environment over the course of the next month or so and brench Schutte is chief investment strategist at northwestern mutual wealth management he says NASDAQ has. Remained resilient the. Tech sector is one of those sectors that have perceived to, be based on the potential economic damage of any trade war. That may result and so therefore I believe it is, getting safe haven money developing nations stocks slumped for a third day and India's rupee. Dropped to a. Record as contagion spread from Argentina and Turkey with more here's Bloomberg's John Tucker contagion has kicked in for the. Emerging markets According to. Johns Hopkins University economist Steve, Hanky the more the market currencies collapse there is a increase probability that. What we'll have some blowback in the in the big major markets he. Says the strong dollars but massive pressure on emerging. Market currencies and, that will not change anytime soon. Anki was senior economist with President Reagan's council of economic, advisers at a served as an advisor. To heads of state in various emerging
Guinness Opens Its First U.S. Brewery In 64 Years
"Marshall county, high school shooting survivors organized the protest sixteen year old, khloe Hanky claims adults rationalized their decision to invite north by. Seeing that the students are quote just kids kids since what happened at our school we haven't been able to feel kids or. Even act like one Murray state is thirty minutes away, from Marshall county high school where students were killed in a shooting last January north. Told rally-goers children should be protected in schools and promoted the NRA school shield program. That offers consultation and grants for NPR news I'm Cory charbonnet. Marie Kentucky President Trump, is preparing to hold his third rally this week he sent to. Travel to Ohio today NPR's Sarah mccamman reports he's stumping for Republican congressional candidate near Columbus he's campaigning for Troy, Baldursson an Ohio State Senator who's running against democrat Danny O'Connor. In a special election, to fill a seat left open by Republican congressman Pat t berry. He resigned out of his apparent frustration. With the current political. Climate the rally is part of Trump's larger. Push Republicans ahead of. The November midterms and you're listening to NPR news California. Governor Jerry Brown's scheduled to visit Shasta county today with a car, fire in northern California has killed six people and destroyed more than a thousand homes forecasters. Calling for more hot and windy weather in the region, today issuing a red flag warning for extreme fire danger in Europe temperatures are expected to climb, to near record highs. In Portugal today where hundreds of firefighters are battling a forest fire in. The southern part of the country forecasters say. The heat is being driven northward from Africa and they say temperatures in Portugal and. In Spain expected to remain above one hundred degrees Fahrenheit at least until tomorrow Guinness has just opened a new brewery in Maryland NPR's Bill chapel reports it's the company's first US brewery in, decades Guinness is brewing. Beer in America for the first time in more than sixty years. The company that's famous for making stout, closed its last brewery here in one, thousand nine hundred fifty four after Realizing that Americans really really like lager this new, brewery will focus on brewing Guinness blonde lager hoping that becomes a hit in the US. Market Guinness and its parent company Diario also want to, draw big crowds to visit the new brewery which sits between Baltimore and Washington DC Tom day, is the chairman of. De is US beer operation we get one point seven million visitors year. Over at the brewery and Saint James gain. Ireland we're hoping for three hundred thousand people here they've started counting heads now that. The brewery is officially open and pouring pints. Bill chapel NPR news and I'm child Snyder NPR news from Washington Support for NPR comes from indeed used by over three million. Businesses. For hiring more employers can post jobs and. Use three hundred questions to build their short list of preferred candidates learn more, at indeed, dot com, slash higher and the, corporation for public broadcasting.
Meghan McCain: 'I'm scared of America without' dad, Sen. John McCain
"NBC News Radio I'm Richard Jordan to huge wildfires burning in. Northern California are now, being treated as one the ranch fire has overtaken the car fire and is threatening thousands of buildings and has prompted. Thousands of people to flee their homes the fire has scorched over one hundred. Fifty seven thousand acres and is, only thirty percent contained Pentagon officials say efforts to find American, soldiers missing during the Korean war will continue the recent recovery of presumed American remains is. Still being analyzed Dr John Byrd said his preliminary assessment found that the remains were consistent. With being Americans remained, believed to be American from the Korean war They. Also were clear with us that they couldn't be sure how. Many individuals were represented in each box for noted that the process isn't linear and there isn't. A set timeline for, when the individuals will be identified the wife of money rock war veteran is not sure when. She will see. Her husband and her two daughters again all hundred warriors was deported. To, Mexico, yesterday Juarez, has been, in. The country for more than twenty years after escaping violence in Mexico her husband says he voted for President Trump in the two thousand sixteen election and wrote a letter to Trump requesting a reprieve Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Portland is bracing for today's rally by a four right group a lot of protesters are expected. At today's, rally by the group patriot prayer in downtown Portland the Portland mercury says. Last year's rally in Portland drew the support of many white. Supremacists. Who acted out, in violence the air guitar champion of the world is going for a three peat two-time world champ Matt Aristotle burns Staten Island hopes to clinch the. National title again in, route to the world contests in Finland later this month the national championship is being held tonight. At rough trade. NYC a heavy metal bar in Brooklyn you're listening to the latest. From, NBC, News Radio Megan McCain is opening up. About her father's life threatening health battle in an interview with glamour. Magazine recently she says she's scared of, America, without her father US Senator John McCain she goes on to say that longtime family friend former vice president Joe. Biden checks in with, the family, often the Zona lawmakers been diagnosed with deadly form of brain cancer similar to the one that killed. Biden son Megan ends the interview saying that her dad was strict and that was so she can survive her. Father's prognosis Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio bus Vegas police don't. Know what motivated gunman Stephen paddock to carry out the deadliest shooting in US history the, final report on the mass shooting on the Las Vegas strip last. Year was issued Friday. By all accounts Stephen paddock was remarkable man whose movements leading up to October I didn't, raise any suspicion and interview with his doctor. Indicated signs of, a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a, call to law enforcement ex brother. Told investigators he had not spoken to him in more than ten years and he thought his brother might suffer from a mental illness paddock opened fire from a room in the mandalay bay killing fifty eight people attending a country music concert paddock killed himself as police officers were about to enter his room a firefighter in petaluma california is out of a job over on duty sex in a firehouse public records show twenty old firefighter and paramedic brett hughes resigned in january after admitting to having consensual sex at least ten times with the woman who was not a fire department employees the press democrat says hughes confessed to liaisons in the back of a fire engine in a training room and in a captain's office that departments top two officials called the on-duty hanky hanky-panky a gut check a black guy and a wakeup call but insists it was an isolated incident and literally from washington dc we'll make history the mamie johnson little leaguers will be the first predominantly black team ever to represent the nation's capital at the little league mid.
Over 100 goats run loose in Boise, caught grazing lawns
"Live from NPR news Washington on Giles Snyder. Paul manafort's trial wrapped up its first week with his long time tax prepare taking the stand NPR's miles parks reports. The accountant says he was kept in the dark about Bank accounts. Manafort had overseas still. Ayla says he did Paul manafort's taxes for well over a decade. But he says Manafort never told him about Bank accounts or money yet abroad. Prosecutors say that's because Manafort was using those accounts to bypass the IRS. They say he was spending millions of dollars on custom suits and luxury cars and paying with direct wire transfers from overseas. Metaphors facing eighteen counts of tax and Bank fraud defense attorneys for Manafort, sees being framed base former business partner. Rick gates. Gates is cooperating with investigators and is expected to testify sometime next week, miles parks and pure news, Alexandria, Virginia, a federal judge in Washington as ordered the Trump administration of fully restored DACA the deferred action for childhood arrivals pro. Graham, the judge has rejected the administration's argument that it acted with lawful authority, but he has given the government twenty days to appeal in a separate case. A federal judge in San Diego is holding the Trump administration solely responsible for reuniting migrant children, separated from their parents at the US Mexico border after a lengthy investigation Las Vegas sheriff. Joe Lombardo says the thirties have not been able to establish a motive in last year's mass shooting on the Vegas strip interview with his doctor indicated signs of a troubled mind, but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a manifesto or even her note to answer questions. The totality of the information has been gathered, leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of Stephen paddock, us Vegas authorities have released their final report into last October shooting. Paddock, opened fire from thirty second floor, hotel room window firing, more than one thousand bullets, killing fifty, eight people and wounding hundreds more. The NRA's next president. Ever nor spoke at a Republican rally last night and western Kentucky. The invitation sparked an uproar from members of the community that experienced a deadly school shooting less than seven months ago, Corey sharper of member station w. k. MS reports. That's the sound of protesters shouting at days as they walk inside Amory, seeing university auditorium to hear all over north speak in group of Marshall county. High school shooting survivors organized the protest sixteen year old khloe Hanky claims adults rationalized their decision to invite north by saying that the students are quote, just kids. Since what happened on our school. We haven't been able to feel like kids or even act like one Murray state is thirty minutes away for Marshall county high school where two students were killed in a shooting. Last January north told rally-goers their children should be protected in schools and promoted the NRA school shield program that offers consultation and grants for NPR news. I'm Cory, sharper Murray, Kentucky. Yeah, this is NPR news stocks finished the week on an upswing, Steve, Beck nurses DAL rose more than half a percent while the standard and Poor's five hundred climbed nearly as much at the NASDAQ gained an eighth of a percent. Tensions remain a concern, but strong earnings are giving the market resilience Wall Street dipped Wednesday. When the Federal Reserve held interest rates steady but signalled higher rates ahead stocks bounced back Thursday. When a leap in apple shares made it the first firm to reach one trillion dollars in capitalization. The rally continued Friday despite less than expected job gains for the week. NASDAQ is up nearly a full percent while the s. and p. is three quarters of a percent higher. The Dow was up modestly bond yields whose failure to rise with short term rates had worried the fed climbed doodoo increase borrowing to finance, federal budget, deficits for NPR news. I'm Steve Beck ner. It's been almost twenty four hours since residents of a neighborhood in Boise, Idaho woke up to find about one hundred escaped goats grazing in their yards and eating their shrubs, Brooklyn Jarvis lives in the neighborhood in west Boise. And I saw on my phone and mom sent me this picture on goats on our street and commissioned the craziest. There's like thickly goats loose, didn't believe her was like, wait what I was just waking up to my brain is released, slow. Like put on some clothes. I ran out and there's like one hundred goats on our street goats captivated social media before being rounded aunt, they had been clearing weeds from some land for the county when they escaped from their corral. I'm trial Snyder, NPR news.
"hanky" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The pressure and everything that comes with pitching in new york why should i as he hanky fan why should the yankees as an organization believe that come big games september trying to win the division dare i say tober feel good about the idea of ryan this guy in a playoff for attention you cannot and that is why they will continue to scour the market a hap hamels whoever it may be it off we head to columbus ohio good pal mac is gonna wait us off here on a foul mac what an honor jj how you been man mackel is good brow it's good to hear your voice what's happening my friend hey man i got something to say about mets yankees but at the end of at the end of the call would you give me a thirty second take on this year okay what i call them about jj i listened to hundreds of dopey calls about a mets yankee trade which i never thought what happened okay because ticket sales page and just the fact that the mets never liked to see you know a former met sixty but the yankees but here here's why i think it makes sense okay nobody needs a top line starting pitcher then the yankees jj 'cause outside of jack of opinion isn't that stan yankees going no further the next year no disrespect it out there and see see without another flight pitcher nobody has more to trade than the yankees nobody needs more than the mets that's why i think in a crazy way it makes sex listen all of that is true except for the fact that you're dealing with the dynamic of the yankee met rivalry cross town what have you any ramifications of making that sort of move now here's where we do beg to differ the keys can win a world series with this rotation now they're gonna add somebody i don't know if it's going to be the pitcher the caliber of jacob degrom they're going to add a starting pitcher and with their lineup and their bullpen and the fact that you have a choice and severino tanaka who you believe in and was great in the postseason last year sabbatical who's a warrior who will get it into that bullpen and we'll do the job over five or so winnings i think you can be all right now mac it's going to be a tough tall order i understand that houston is very very good boston is very very good the yankees come october oh absolutely have their hands full but to say that this rotation cannot win a world series i don't believe that because i saw the kansas city royals in two thousand fifteen when the world series when they had edison volk as johnny cueto your donovan ventura and chris young and the yankee rotation blows that one out of the water jj for me on record for but the one thing you're forgetting about casey they were playing them that's okay well let's i know mac i know you know like the yankees even though the yankees did not make it to game seven of the world series they came into the following year and it had this team and the sense of unfinished business right you know the idea of being one win away from getting to the world series the royals will one win away from winning the world series so i do like that aspect for this yankee group that they have a lot of october pedigree now and that experience going into whatever it may be whether it's a division series it's hopefully not a wildcard game i mean you don't want to relive that experience but they do have that moving forward now you ran you wanted to go on something for about thirty seconds so i'm gonna let you do that so go ahead no no jj let's disagree on the mets on the yankees and other top line starter i'll call you back on that one i wanted to hear your quick check on the dolphins thanks for taking my call dolphins listen i like to make fitzpatrick i really do i like the.
"hanky" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And he says guys do you think it was hanky is at seventy two percent do you think the colangelo story was about hanky and so this no wait a minute i'm not dumbing keep everyone updated on the poll hold on a second as that happens okay we've finally we break down the barrier of ignorance and selfabsorption thank you and say to stu gods stu gods were asking you which sound you want on save it and his immediate pivot after a lifetime doing this as kyw's really you don't know what my take on this yet and that's fair that's fair criticism from him here mo at that point was cited was to god's he's like you know what they we know we've known this creature for long enough so go bike play this and they wanted without asking him and we all know what the take is going to be let's do it let's play one of our old in greatest i wish to change i don't think it should be our main exchange rope five we agree in the sec at these meetings that we're going to have free agency in our league and everybody can go wherever they want to go when they graduate matched what's best for the game and i think that's what we should do than brandon candidate can go wherever he wants to go but if we don't do that why is it on me because we have a conference in that says he can't do it and he can't do it but he's supposed to sit out for you so why is it on me.
"hanky" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That was his he was in a concentrated screaming that's right that's exactly right that's that's just show jim brought meyer the photos the photos of coach k screaming what's next for jim brock my before we get you out of here what is next for jim brock meyer you've got this show on ifc april twenty fifth season two starts its uproariously funny thank you dan libertad we meant it to be serious but it came out funny so i guess release it comedy but you know as as always i'm hoping land to play by play job network play by play job i was kinda hoping that the heat off of this radio show would accomplish that for me but now i see that that he has the temperature enforce of an old man's last dan breath so i'm not gonna hold my breath on them win but you know like you said till then you can stream season one abroad meyer on hulu we're on demand wherever you find it and twenty fifth as you've been candidate to point out suddenly you knew a lot about this interweb all of a sudden who lose feeding on the hulu yeah yeah no streaming on hulu hanky yeah when i was so promotion i know what i'm talking with you and your show says that annoys me most show streams on really a death that how it is to pull up brock meyer stuff for the important stuff and we'll premiere on ifc conversely going back to old school obscure stuff we premiere on ifc in a we on a weekly basis on april twenty fifth you'll definitely have to check your local listings for that because i promise you won't be able to find i.
"hanky" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Forty degrees in your corrupted immoral mayor hanky panky needs to get a spanky city my home city my beloved city of denver colorado and i was so ready yesterday to come in here all fired up and excited about a potential game changing moment in the president trump presidency and in the future and direction of our country with regard to mayor hancock man oh man the the hits just keep on coming and craig silverman will have in studio i'm sorry inst not necessarily in studio but he will have on his show nine o'clock fresh out of the gate sean wayne because attorney for leslie branch wise and so man who knows what else is gonna come out of that there's new information about limousine rides thousand dollar plus limousine rides that didn't go to the department of education where they were supposed to go they went somewhere else will there be more women who come out will there be more scandal will be immorality and the cover up that appears to be getting more and more complicated and more and more facets will we get to the bottom of it never fear the justice league at seven ten kanye asses here and on the story and we are going to talk with lisa called her own around seven o'clock who is really been a a great ally in pushing back on this cover up for mayor hancock in the city of denver and the builders and everybody else to tell you about the second round of the times up handcock rally but as far as yesterday goes i was so so excited in the morning when i saw a tweet from president trump that said he might veto this amnon the omnibus absolutely i hate to use the word abortion of a bill but that's how ugly it is that's how nasty it is that's how damaging it is for your kids and your grandkids and more importantly in the short not more importantly necessarily but more in your face more just around the corner this could be it for the trump presidency the house of representatives is now at risk when i saw the tweet yesterday from president trump that said i may veto this bill i thought we were about to see president donald j trump elevate his presidency to this level seen in the senate budget committee this past week was a disappointing when i think for the.
"hanky" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show
"I know you have some things to say about kappler yeah yeah i think that's the only controversial higher and i think some of that is the you know the allegation the discrimination against francona when he was in l a and i don't know how much how much of that is i would say it's worrisome but like not a smoking gun like there's nothing there there's nothing that really disqualifies kappler for being a maverick as his you know his background is not that dissimilar to somebody like aj hinch who i think is one of the best managers in baseball in a you want a intellectually curious manager he seems to who's got a player development background for that young team i just you know my favorite reaction to this was a friend of mine spike eskin who worsen sports radio in philadelphia does the rights to ricky sanchez podcasts because he will be for not saying the name the after covering sam hanky and covering chip kelly he saw read about gabe kappler and immediately tweeted oh my god we got another one of these guys and that's like the chip kelly precedent is what worries me a little bit that kappler mike come in with a lotta with a big head of steam and a lot of ideas and you know you've you know done dumb podcast with him before you know how energetic he is like yes you know personally i wouldn't want to work for a guy who's that on all the time but i also realized that i am not wired the same way as most major league athletes like i think joe biden is a lot and joe madden has had no shortage at success.