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The Great Toilet Paper Shortage
"The great toilet paper shortage. No I'm not talking about a toilet. Paper shortage caused by the corona virus. Won't get to that in a minute. I'm talking about the shortage of Nineteen seventy-three. This was a time of shortages. Many areas oil scares great economic. Stressors kept Americans on edge so when herald the FROLIC a Republican congressman at the time? Put out a press release warning the public about a possible and in no way imminent toilet paper shortage and night time comedian. Johnny Carson echoed the press release. Well put people on edge and I've got digs out quote from Johnny Carson. He's doing his stand up monologue. You know we've got all sorts of shortages these days but have you heard the latest. I'm not kidding I saw the papers. There's an acute shortage of of toilet paper and now that's an exact quote from Johnny Carson. At the time he had twenty million viewers the ground had already been laid for troop Hanoch amongst consumers carson simply ignited the spark for full blown madness. Millions of Americans across the country flooded local grocery and convenience stores. Totally wiping them clean of all toilet paper. One consumer told New York Times that after hearing it on the News Day. Bought an extra fifteen roles. Another woman asked her party guests to arrive with the roll of toilet paper and again I remind you this was all taking place in Nineteen. Seventy three for a few must toilet. Paper continued to be a rare find. Until like most short-lived trends the fizzled out in the aftermath. Carson was hotseat receiving a large portion of the blame for fueling the shortage. Myth Carson issued a sincere apology to viewers and again this is a quote from Johnny Carson. I don't want to be remembered as the man who created a false toilet paper scare. I just picked up the item from the paper and enlarge it somewhat. There is no shortage. That's a direct quote from Johnny Carson Nighttime Comedian back in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three. At this point in time the damage has been done and Americans were passed all the potty drama most people would place the blame on Johnny Carson for causing the T. P. Panic but is he solely accountable even before Carson's joke on the Air Americans themselves are partially to blame for the self-induced toilet paper trauma. Can you blame them? These people were used to shortages of everything from oil to that true panic stem from a blatant rumor. Could it be a deja Vu today? The Washington Post reports a run on roles with both Costco. Another supermarket. Chain stripped all but clean even Amazon's physical stores appeared to be down to single rolls of Toilet Paper The New York Times similarly reported from a whole foods supermarket in Somerville Massachusetts where shoppers had to be limited to two packages of toilet paper. Each lease they strip the store bear. There was no shortage of toilet paper. Nineteen seventy three or today. Nearly fifty years later no shortage. There is a quote that applies to the story that you might be familiar with. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The quotas most likely due to writer and philosopher. George Santayana it expresses the sentiment. Ably that history repeats itself it that is true then. We simply need to pay attention. Still we all eat sleep and poop and are driven to take care of those basic
You CAN Build the Butt You Want and She Has the Secret
"We have a but that is going to make you is go bananas Most beautiful woman who has earned earned every ounce of that. Booty Hilary. Loftus is a trainer at lift tonic. You've heard me talk about it. We've had redone on the owner of the gym. I love this and you know what if you are thinking that you can't get the ass that you want in two thousand twenty. Let me tell you just take a look at this. I Hillary. I just can't even with you. You look phenomenal Ryan before you signed on. Hillary was just saying that she got a spray Tan. So Ryan loves spray TANS. Yeah I mean I feel like it's very tan fixes like most of my problems. You know feeling really sad about things too. And I'm like you know things are not that bad. It is addicting. And it's definitely mood altering I I agree with you. One Hundred Percents Hillary. I'm so excited to have you on You know I love I love love. Love your classes at lift Hanoch One of the things that I love is your so positive and when admit it was like about a year ago I signed onto your instagram right. I'd started taking classes and I was so amazed by how number one number one how banging your body as can we just like a can we but also how how body positive you are and You we are really interesting story. You started in fashion before fitness. Can you tell us about that Yeah I went to a fashion design high school and then the natural progression was just to go to fit And then I did a bachelor's. It didn't love working in fashion I think it's when you're younger and you start doing fashion. You have this idealized version of what you think. The fashion industry is and then you get there and you're like yeah that's not it at all. I got into interior design And I loved it but like I can't handle sitting at a desk all day And I just knew that wasn't for my personality And then so I was like all I will try real estate because it's not like a hip hop skip and a jump from interior design. China you can feed your own apartments while that But you know it's just like some people can do that some people can't and it's like I didn't love it either and eh time. I started really weightlifting And then that became the highlight of my day and I kind of accidentally fell into it. I just if if you don't mind I wanNA share some of these instagram. And if you're listening to US right now it's worth it to go over and check this out. I'm first of all. This is lift tonic. This is where I met. Were you are one of the instructors. But get ready folks. Because y'all I mean you law Oh and I'm just GONNA get right to it. I will show you the picture that I was like. I mean. Can we just for doc girls angles lighting. I'm telling you but I mean yeah no I mean honestly it should everyday you gotta work at so an excuse me for saying this. Your ass is incredible and it looks one hundred percents real and it is you look strong and I love this representation of beauty because unsexy. This is my favorite. Because you look so healthy and you look I i. I'm sure you do to maintain to maintain that You have to. Yeah but I mean can I not to sound cheesy but you're wasting snatched the tiniest little waste of I. I think people would be very surprised at how much smaller their waste can get If they just eat differently Yeah Yeah I mean yeah. I stayed in entirely huge role in. How big your weight like most of the time? If you feel like it's your waistline that is the issue but that is where most tissue live that is all diet like lately ruin through Diet and now I do remember there was a post and I am not gonNa dig through them. We'll leave this one up here. We're you mentioned that. And this is what I love about your body positively. You mentioned that you were weightwise some of the heaviest that you'd been win but yet twenty four inch waist. And that's what I want to really focus on today. You know you you you really spread this message of like you eat you out. Well you know tell us what. What is your philosophy on on lifting weights Okay so let's a little preface so when I ms in fashion design I started going to college I was like about a hundred pounds right And I'm five five So when I was the heaviest I was as you know and I had a tiny ways and I would think that pretty much across the board like I feel like most people would say that I looked healthier and happier on heavier weight. Had different dimensions. Completely I was a hundred and thirty eight hundred dollars. One hundred and forty pounds. That's kind of a big like thirty eight pounds of muscle and fat. I mean you have to have both But I theory behind weightlifting. Is You gotta be consistent about and that is with anything with Diet and with your working out. 'cause I mean I'm sure if you're watching probably read that somewhere But it really in fact like if you are consistent about something show up for yourself make time And it's not just about thinking that one class it's nice like give you that that body Like if you look at me and you're like wow. Her body is great. You know it's not just coming to class twice a week and thinking that that's going to do the job because you know you really have to spend that time focusing on your food as well you know and that takes time and like planning on us. They've got the hardest part. So how many days a week are you in the gym. While I I work at one almost every day but I would say I way chain five days a week. Yeah how an a percentage ratio right. So if you were to say would you say it's seventy percent diet thirty thirty percent exercise or would you say it's twenty percent exercise eighty percent diet. Yeah totally I think that Diet. Save an disgusting disgusting roll like no one wants to hear it. It's like people work out so that they can eat more. I do eat more but you have to kind of like hit strict about how much more food you're eating like I can. I can eat a lot of Sushi. Cheap meals are insane So Caen most grown men under the table but you're also working out incredibly in your lifting really heavy and I on personal trainer her. I'm standing on my feet all day. I'm running back and forth from classes and studio I train at So it's just I'm I'm very active like all day
Measles, Rabbi Hanoch And New York City discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"As the nation's a measles outbreak continues summer camp is the newest front in the battle to contain that outbreak. Vaccinations are being mandated for campers and staff in several counties north of New York City, that fill up with kids from the orthodox Jewish communities. Hardest hit by measles, rabbi Hanoch of Ulster counties can't be Muna says he's complying and has spoken to others who are doing the same. We plan on complying one hundred percent with the health department and with demand into making sure all staff. And campers are vaccinated the rabbi says he's already lost one worker who refused to get vaccinated. There have been more than one thousand measles cases reported
"hanoch" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Tried it just it hasn't taken it has not talks. Do not do that a spa a spa day for your tank, the Kim Kardashian body makeup. All right. Number two on the list was a gift card fifty dollars gift card. I don't know where Applebee's. We're wherever dad likes to go. You don't have is thinking of getting Mark. I know he's not listening, one of those like electric scooters see around that he could have just kind of ride around in the neighborhood. Is that a dumb gift when you talk about the rascal scooter? What are you going to steal a like? You can buy one and I, I don't know. Is that is that too dumb get? I think it's a recipe for disaster. Yeah. Well, he's, he's going to hurt himself, or he's going to think that he can't walk around on his own feeling. Right. All right. Number three subscription service. I remember I got my dad bureau of the month club once which he really liked hair club from and you can get shaved shaving club beef jerky club. I mean, whatever they like you can get a subscription. Where's something is delivered to their house every month? So that's kind of cool a hammock you can get hammocks for as little as thirty bucks. I don't know if I'd wanna go for the cheapest Hanoch on Amazon, especially if he's a big man, and the last suggestion a slow cooker. That's shaming up. Yes. Yeah. That's did you doubt wanted low cooker? There you go. Air fryer. Awhile back, and I've used it like twice in, it's collecting dust in the corners. Yeah. All right. We're trying. All right..
"hanoch" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"George. W w j news time five forty two in Chicago. Dozens of dogs are dead after a fire yesterday at a place called D And D kennels w w J's Steve Miller has more fire was at a kennel used by dog rescue groups and private dog owners. Dr Barbara Hanoch veterinarian administrator for dupage county animal services, says twenty two dogs were brought out of the burning kennel and about half of them were injured, and she says at least twenty nine dogs were killed for us to save you. So this is heart wrenching. Dr Hanoch says a few people broke down but kept going the cause of the fire at the D And D kennels is under investigation. News time, five forty three. Let's check in with John McElroy for automotive insight. Lot just broke ground for a new assembly plant in China. And no doubt the company will not make the same mistakes it made in California. With automotive insight. I'm John McElroy tesla. We'll start building cars in China by the end of this year. But it just broke ground on that plant. Meaning that facility will go up in record time, sandy Monroe and expert and benchmarking the engineering of cars says tests was not going to make the same mistakes and China that it made launching its cars in the US. He says ties LA will do a much better job the second time around improving the fit and finish going through a much smoother lodge. Sandy Monroe forecast that tesla will reduce manufacturing costs twenty percent. And that's got nothing to do with cheap. Chinese labour? It'll.
"hanoch" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The driver of a semi was injured last night after crashing into a charter bus on the tristate near Berkeley state. Police say the semi travelling north just before seven pm wanted crashed into the bus which had broken down on the shoulder of the roadway. Fortunately, all of the passengers had been taken off the bus before the crash the collision a collision that is caused a large fire that Moi's eventually abroad under control. Fire swept through a dog kennel in dupage county yesterday had officials say about thirty dogs lost their lives. WBZ VM's. Steve Miller with a story. The fire was that a kennel used by dog rescue groups and private dog owners. Dr Barbara Hanoch veterinarian administrator for dupage county animal services says twenty two dogs were brought out of the burning kennel and about half of them were injured, and she says at least twenty nine dogs were killed were used to save lives. And so this is heart wrenching as far as has to work with so many deceased dogs like this. Dr Hanoch says if you people broke down, but she says they kept going the cause of the fire at the D And D kennels is under investigation. Steve Miller, News Radio one one zero five point nine FM. An oak forest man is charged with first degree murder for allegedly shooting. His step father to death during. An argument the daily south reports police say Dennis Wasco shot Melvin Sandahl Sunday morning in the home. They shared on heroin drive in oak forest in a news release. Police say they were called to the home after Sandalls wife contacted nine one one to report that her son had told her he had shot the sand all the suspect in custody Wasco, surrendered without a struggle. According to police WBZ M news time three thirteen later. This morning at all day.
"hanoch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Can step in and adopt policies. They're linked to provide better health care at lower cost for the people within their communities. I two quick questions for you. Rob one of them is do you wish that the judge had had issued a nationwide injunction against ObamaCare entirely? Or are you glad that he kept it in place, pending a supreme court decision. Ultimately, I think I think judge O'Connor triangulate of the outcome and right way harder. That was relying upon the physician of federal government argued the case that said to the judge judge look, we don't need an injunction. If you in rate judgment, we're going to respect that as a ruling federal court. So I I think he affects the same, and, you know, it's not in effect immediately proceed through the appellate court, but you know, the outcome was a correct way to move this case through the legal process, but not to be immediately disruptive now, rob if it does make its way to the supreme court, we have two thousand twelve oral arguments to reflect on in those arguments, they talked about several -bility this idea that you can LOP off the individual mandate. And what impact it has? On the rest of the law based on those were arguments on what you know of the supreme court. Did they roll the same exact way as judge O'Connor should it appear before the court if they're consistent to their prior precedent? They will and that was a huge part of his opinion and the discussion in two thousand twelve where based on the legislative history position to settle government. And also the reasoning of the supreme court back, then they all agreed that the individual mandate hard written into the Affordable Care Act and could not be separated out. So there's consistency in the judicial case fall on this case, they should not disrupt the way the judge O'Connor crafted his order, how long do you think this is going to take before you see some kind of resolution either congress congress acts, which I don't have high hopes for or it winds its way up to the supreme court again. Well, my hope is that the only way to congress asks who's? Limited targeted way of eliminating regulations. And instead that the state stand up and assert their sovereignty to adopt policies are going to work. I think that needs to happen immediately. We don't need to wait for the courts to see what's going to happen. We already know that the Affordable Care is broken as a policy separate from the legal determination that was made on Friday. So I hope that our leadership of both sides of the aisle will immediately responded, the states will activate that people move forward as it takes the next several months and maybe couple years for this case to be fully litigated all the way to the supreme court. Well, there's a long it's a long winding road. But I know you're working hard at it. Congratulations on your victory Friday. Definitely caught a lot of us by surprise the whole nation watching this thing. Thank you, very very much. Rob rob Hanoch? Appreciate it, sir. My pleasure. Thank you, eight forty three and WMA. Al Washington.
"hanoch" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And the reality is in both cases, the very first image initially came up through the the livestream as we were watching it on national TV with a blue sky, which of course, is what Mars is sky really does look like and then immediately almost within about five minutes. They changed it to read and they've been putting the read out there. And then they put another picture, which showed the arm, and this arm is supposed to be white. And it's just almost all reading in the skies all red. And again, they're just playing around with the color trying to convince us that Mars does not look like Arizona. Let's active. It really does. What about the technology though? At least getting it there successfully. That's pretty good. Well, well, it is. But you know, it's interesting because to my mind, I wish Nassar pick one method of getting to Mars kind of stick with it because we'd have more consistency would be able to make sure that, you know, things work because they've used these giant airbags to land probes on Mars. They put Rovers on they now use thrusters again like they did back in the original Viking missions. And it's kind of weird that the technology is different for every single one of these it seems to me we should be sending up one of these probes a year and using the same technology, and we'd be a lot more efficient. And we learn allow a lot more about Mars, which would be really really cool. But you know, I think that that the the the main thing is we're not gonna have this seismometers remember about a month ago when we had that plume of smoke coming out of the volcano, right, right? We would be able to tell them that seismometers whether that was really interior walk Hanoch activity, or whether it was just a funny looking cloud like NASA claims, and what shame wasn't there a month ago. What about rumors that incites taken a picture of you and Hoaglund on Mars is that true? I have never been to Mars. Thanks bye. Keep in touch with us up next. The numbers lady Glenis McCann's takes us out of two thousand eighteen and gets us ready for two thousand nineteen next.
"hanoch" Discussed on WDRC
"Down. So so that's something. For your question. So many people would never think of adopting a twelve year old dog. What made you? I had never owned a dog before I was a cat person. And he was actually found him left roaming in a very couldn't. Because it's a very rural area and. He was almost hit by a car, and I just saw his face. And I said he's been through a lot. He has been to the vet. They check. Was good lungs were good, and he wasn't neutered. So they did neuter had said to me that perhaps as well. Could be an issue which will go down. He said as the weeks go by because you've done you dirt. You have done everything. Right. You're such an incredible lady for taking this twelve year old dog. You have no idea I spend days and days shelf is all across the US. And it's so difficult to find homes for two year old dog let alone a twelve year old I've adopted sixteen. Here's what I'm gonna do. Kathleen. Talk to be as healthy. I want you to try what I recommend it. I'm gonna put you on hold. And I am going to send you because I want this dog to be healthy and happy as possible. I will send you Lucy pet pet food to get him right on track right from day one. And again bless you for taking this dog in a lot of people would not even think about adopting a dog that all but I've adopted dogs. I've only had them for five or six months because there were sold and he never longtime live, but just knowing in my heart when they cross the rainbow bridge, they knew that they were loved that makes all the difference of world. So don't hesitate to adopt and all the darker and all the cat and the phone number here. Eight seven seven seven two five eight hundred fifty five let me take a quick break. We come back. Tommy Lauren Keith now, we'll get to your calls. Listen to me, very carefully. If you are owned by a cat, and you know, your own by them, listen to me, really, really carefully. I wanna talk to you about the original daddy Napper. And the reason I wanna talk to you about it. It's the first in the only portable Hanoch designed specifically listened to me. It's a portable. Hanoch cat. Purchase. Amazing. It's the only one.
"hanoch" Discussed on FT Tech Tonic
"Episode, we hear from an American social scientists and cybersecurity expert about a worrying lack of agreement among governments on how best to promote the more beneficial aspects of the internet. We really need to get the communities together to focus on advancing the policy and to keep up with technology in the same way that the third here have done a very good job keeping technology and policy law integrated in leveraging for their own objectives. That was Andrea little Limbaugh go chief social scientist at endgame a cybersecurity firm who spoke to my colleague Hanoch Usha in San Francisco recently. What's it mean to be achieved? Social scientists company like endgame background and political science. I've a PHD in that our focus on international relations and conflict in national security issues by also integrate that with the computational aspect, human computer interaction, how quantitative analytics can help support various aspects of in this case cybersecurity. And so I wear a lot of hats where Parbat is looking at the trends of the internet. What kind conflict is going on both tactical to strategic levels. And then I do an awful lot also with user experience and how to interact with the computer to make it so that a broader range of analysts and operators can make it work cesspool to them, given the workforce for shortages and all those kind of things enabling a broader group of people to understand what's actually going on in the really complex realm. Cybersecurity, I think for a lot of people immediately. Get turned off if they don't have technical background and so trying to make it much more approachable for broader audience. Yeah, that makes sense. But two very different areas, very, very different areas. It's a really complex topic. And for the most part seems you know, hone in on the technical aspects of which is really, really important, but really socio technical system. And so I have across the board various aspects of how technical system impacts security, governance development, privacy, broad range of issues. I mean, today's securities touching every aspect of our lives. Yeah. And you've written a lot about what's been cooed variously balkanisation of the internet internet localization, and it seems to me that you believe in this include the one multi-state code internet, so I wanted to know what you define that. Sure. It's interesting. There's starting to be basically two different pass that countries are taking back in the day when I emerged service utopian vision of the internet being this all encompassing force for good, where would help with development democracy,.
"hanoch" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Therapy where I felt like it was an appropriate place to cope with. Of the event. Well, can you tell us what impact the event had on you? Well, I think that the cycle I of sexual assault varies by person. So for me, personally, anxiety phobia in PTSD like symptoms are the types of things that I've been coping with so more specifically claustrophobia Hanoch and not take the however once he was selected, and it seemed like he was popular. And that was a survey vote. I was calculating daily the the risk benefit for me of coming forward. And wondering whether I would just be jumping in front of a train that was headed to where it was headed. Anyway. And that I would just be personally annihilated. I wanna ask you one question about the attack itself. You're very clear about the attack being pushed into the room. You say, you don't know quite by whom. But that it was Brad Kavanagh that covers your mouth to prevent you from screaming. And then you escaped how are you? So sure that it was the same way that I'm sure that I'm talking to you right now inside this basic memory functions. Also, just the level of Nora Ephron and up enough in the brain that sort of as you know, encodes governor transferring encodes memories into the hippocampus and so the trauma related experience, then it's kind of locked there. Whereas other details kind of drift. So what you are telling us is this could not be a case of mistaken identity. Absolutely not. Hours later. Cavenaugh angry angrily denied or allegation alternating allow defiant tone with near tears of his own never had any sexual or physical encounter of any kind with Dr Ford. I never attended a gathering like the one doctor four describes in her allegation. I've never sexually assaulted Dr Ford for anyone again, I am not questioning that Dr Ford may have been sexually assaulted by some person in someplace at sometime, but I've never done that to her anyone..
"hanoch" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Mostly clear some patchy fog tonight down to seventy three sunshine tomorrow. High eighty five Tuesday along the coast, sunny with a high of eighty seven. News time, seven o'clock it's time for sixty minutes Since, the diagnosis you've never once Had that I guess that feeling in your stomach of Hanoch feeling. Sometimes of fear of what happens but, as soon, as I get that I say, wait a minute You've been around a long time oh man you've had a. Great life you've, had a great experience I want I one. Would I leave that the ceremony is at the naval academy and we just have a. Couple of people it's Dan say this, guy he, served his country Before you put handcuffs on someone and take them away. The you gotta make sure that you've got your case together and that the facts add up and. In these cases Baxter didn't add. Up the, US government has launched aggressive. Investigations and a greater number. Of prosecutions. To stop the theft of American trade secrets by suspected Chinese spies but we've discovered the dragnet is in snaring a. Growing number of, Americans who, aren't spies at all Harvard's class of. Twenty eighteen is likely to include leading cancer doctors future hedge fund titans kick entrepreneurs professional wise cracking For more than one hundred years this castle in Cambridge part secret. Society part writing room is housed the Harvard lampoon which continues to produce some of the. Great comic, minds in, America Honestly smoothies I don't know why Harvard even is to show up tonight we'll take you inside I'm. Steve Kroft I'm Lesley Stahl I'm. Scott, Pelley, I'm Anderson Cooper I'm John Wertheim I'm Bill Whitaker those stories. Tonight on sixty minutes News time seven. Oh two traffic, and, transit on the, twos.
"hanoch" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Cody bohana kidding fresno's a team this year one grand slam free thirtythree hitting with the basis full here's the set the one tossed into ball hanoch swinging the groundwater that third baseman field by swat hey fires hall caught their magee magee gets slid into didn't have a shot at a double play anyway carla's the bases loaded fields the ball throws home and they get the force out oh hanoch safe at first base on a fielder's choice the is five zoo ferguson running the second base tantalum at third base and timur cut down at the plate so no runs for fresno but still bases loaded and here's alejandro garcia leading off for the first time this year with the bases loaded he walked in the first inning he's batting again in the seconds here's the set time called by the whole play dump fire garcia two for five this year at the basis full four rbi's here's the same ideas his pitch swing and fly ball to right field renfro is under it renfro makes the catch and fresno does not score had bases loaded with one down one hit she walks in the no errors in three left on as gets out of it no store at the end of two on six hundred years meanwhile paso everyone in the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they called him wanted to go pro someday so he was always out in the driveway shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told him hey your wife wants you to take out the trash his mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how diko.
"hanoch" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"hanoch" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Being funny and being funny in the context of a film where being funny is not the sole goal i think there are plenty of funny movies that are released and i think that i mean we've never met before but if you knew me you know that i value that very deeply q humor yeah yeah i have a real fantasy in my head that you cast will forte nebraska 'cause you thought mcgrew was so great i've still never seen gruber we should probably what i saw i didn't see the movie which will forte said oh you should see it he goes it's terrible movie it's like there's nothing good i can tell you about it but it's funny what was the thing that i was just saying a second oh they wish humor humid seem to aspire to make a human emotional film that's funny or at least with humor when asked about many film would you think this or what did you think of that very very often i say yeah it was pretty good but no jokes even twelve years a slave not a single funny moment in it otherwise find film but that's what i said you know what excellent film but no jokes there has to be some humor some opening some something and i mean another way i say it is that film no matter what it's about should be charming again i i don't want to say right what a film should be i wanna be you know democratic and catholic bud before it can be anything absolutely anything but in terms of what we're talking about you know to our narrative films at least for my taste i look for some even michael hanoch is a moore has humor and charm even schindler's list has humor and charm you can kinda do anything but at some point give us a break man just let us in you know in your career as you mentioned you had an you had an unusual path in that you had a successful film in film school is successful student film that got you work and you know a ball has apparently at least from the outside been rolling ever since then and not quite that easy but yeah not quite that easy but go ahead.
"hanoch" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Public now but it was finalized at the end of last year we'll i guess on the basis it's an unknown source to tech crunch like at some point somebody decided to kind of publicize this in some way shape or form type thing so this is necessarily amex coming out and go we did a thing it's awesome but i like i'm super interest that i've literally never heard of this company it's also interesting with someone so annex of say we all know hanoch says and someone who has been very quiet in this whole new digital banking world at the same time as we've had ps of banking come in where a lot of predic predicated that business model is on his is kind of going away so what what the new solution is at this time when actually a lot of people that are looking at ps pays for the new will open backing dust pero asan while the merchant acquiring business is in the future he now is really up for grabs everyone in that value chain right the way to oracle who are supplying a lot of the back end systems are having to question what the position is in this new world so i think an acquisition or a move into this space is is we don't know the ins and outs of they're trying to achieve together but you know they need to be doing something i think everyone knows that the one that you can't do nothing so i i'm kind of glad to see the annex his actually done a thing max is hungry for fintech as simonson i just like the idea of cake really but.
"hanoch" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Last june the price of oil was forty four dollars a barrel it had been around that price for about a year and then it started climbing earlier this week it hit seventy dollars and that's today's planet money indicator the price of oil is now just beneath seventy dollars i'm cici hanoch smith and i'm cardiff garcia the price of oil is a big deal how much you pay for heating or a gallon of gas or a flight home all depend on it but it's also famously volatile that in the last six or seven years it's taken an incredible rise then the show those behind him and what's gonna happen next support for this npr podcast in the following message comes from slack where work happens all over the world nomura losing time context switching more than 8000 apps seamlessly integrate with slack so that's less time jumping between tools and more time getting things done more at slack dot com there's something really important to understand about oil prices one of the things about lulu market is that right from the very beginning right from the very her welldrilled in 1859 it has been characterized by these big clunky of boom and bust that's john camp a senior analyst at writers and he says just in the past few years we have seen this massive boom and bust cycle repeat itself before the middle of 2014 we'd had three years of exceptionally high oil prices 2011 2012 2013 in the hull 2014 we'll prices averaging well over one hundred dollars a barrel which is very high in historical terms.
"hanoch" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
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"hanoch" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"hanoch" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"And then we got an a helicopter to leave the guy next to me was from a different group but i knew him and he was his family's from my mind manhattan and he asked me the question that everyone ask that he said who god and i said i did and he said on behalf of my family thank you and that's when it like lau the sales headed back to afghanistan in separate hanoch optus they took the lion's body in the body begging theirs are we to dna and ours and we're doing it beeline for the border of afghanistan we know that if we can make it to afghanistan ninety minutes then we got it was a very very long time so we just started stop watches on her wrists and just flew in silence and no one's talking about anything we just no run extract and and we might pull it off all of a sudden has been 40 minutes spent fifty minutes and i'm not going to jinx it put wednesday in seventy minutes eighty minutes ninety minutes and then all of a sudden the pilot came over and said i gentleman for the first time in their lives are going to be happy to hear this welcome to afghanistan and that was a we made it once they got to the base they had to do the formal identification we're not and spotty that's where the animal was and we took his body of their to show him to see you know he wanted to see it and that's when some of the odds stuff that you don't think about happens they said wall someone measurement we didn't have a tape measure so while we had to do is we took our tall sniper and laid them down next to him in the kind of said it was about about the right height it was actually pretty funny because president obama got word of this and he said let me get this straight you can destroy one of my two hundred million dollar helicopters but you cannot afford a 99 cent tape measure night i can report to the.