31 Burst results for "Harford"

"harford" Discussed on The Digital Analytics Power Hour

The Digital Analytics Power Hour

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Digital Analytics Power Hour

"I think that's also part of like a big takeaway from having the dive dovan deep on the world. The the world of tim harford of late is the the power of sort of metaphor and example and and pulling making things kind of engaging an interesting so that somebody learns along the way. I think that i mean clearly. I think that's probably one of the reasons that you have so many different outlets as because you are kind of a master of that in an analyst could learn a lot just from trying to kind of observe how to be engaging an interesting while educating now i'm just pandering to the guest nice things. What's your response to that. Tim how awesome are you. Maybe you can talk us through a little bit of one of the suggestions you had in your book about handy comparisons because that was something that i actually really took away something really tangible like oh shit. I'm going to memorize a bunch of these to have in my back pocket because it's like a really tactical thing that as an analyst helps give clarity or make sense of the in a way that someone can understand it absolutely so okay. We start with a with a number like oh. Us government debt is eighteen trillion dollars. I'm actually not sure exactly. What government data. It's probably around the twenty two hundred dollar mark. So there's a couple of questions you might want to ask about that like what what actually is debt People would confuse the debt and the deficit. A lot you might say doesn't include things like An obligation to pay a military. Pensions is that because they haven't issued a bomb. They've just kind of promised to pay his basic questions about what's going on there. What about the debts of new york city all the debts of the state of california they included was just the federal government that what even once you got beyond that sort of question which i think is not kind of super technical stuff. It's it's just basic curiosity trying to understand what's happening here once you go beyond that you've got this number. Let's say twenty trillion dollars when you need to well these twenty trillion dollars. A lot of money. Sounds like a lot of money. Sounds like it must be a lot of money so then you need to find a comparison under kind of.

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"harford" Discussed on The Digital Analytics Power Hour

The Digital Analytics Power Hour

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Digital Analytics Power Hour

"Keep trying very creative. Well i'm you know just figure it's time to tweak okay. Listen data's everywhere. It's just simply not going away. I mean plenty of people do seem to ignore it to their peril. But if we're trying to make sense of the world and making good sense of data it's absolutely critical that we learn how to use data correctly business. We call it data literacy ed truthfully. Some mandatory skill set for almost anyone data and understanding data might have a set of rules and it seems like maybe not everyone is committed to playing by those rules. And so sometimes you know we've got to pay close attention in fact sometimes our own brains get in on the act of hiding what the data might actually mean from us anyway. I know the three of us have been looking for someone to bring onto the show. Spent a good amount of time working in this area. We did find someone. it's our guest. Tim harford. Tim is an economist journalist and broadcaster. He's the author of how to make the world add up or the data detective messy and the million selling the undercover economist. Tim is a senior columnist at the financial times. And the presenter of bbc radio's more or less how to vaccinate the world and fifty things that made the modern economy mo-. I know you had a personal connection to that one. My dad is so excited that you're for nicole. I feel like for the first time ever. My dad is like oh. I get what you do now when you talk about. Data also is the host of the podcast cautionary tales spoken at ted pop tech the sydney opera house. He is an associate member of the northfield college oxford and an honorary fellow of the royal statistical society. Tim was made an ob for services to improving economic understanding in the new year's honours of two thousand nineteen and today he is our guest coming from the country that brought us number weighing. Welcome tim harford. There's no better.

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Metrics just went through the roof. And you can describe dot and you can see. of course. that's what would happen. But it's it's not so obvious when you first at the target because you know how many people you turn down is really good measure of how desirable how exclusive you are as a place right up to the point which anything actually rests on that metric. The moment you put any pressure to ban the metric it will immediately buckle and this is a fact about the world that has been it go various name so good by psychologists and sociologists called campbell's law economists called it good hearts law. I mean yeah. It's seems to be a fundamental truth about universe. I'm afraid yeah. I remember seeing. There was a documentary about the college. Admissions scandal here in the us. One of the people on it was a former admissions officer for a stanford and he literally said he said this is all just a manufactured perception because of exactly what you're talking about absolutely absolutely well so probably to my favorite things you said towards santa the because i feel like we could talk about this for hours but you on the chapter on life you say you know. Real creativity and humanity lies in the messy parts of life not the tidy ones and an appreciation of the virtues of mess and fulfilling our human potential is something we can encourage children from an early age of we dare when we over protect. Our children denying the opportunity to practice their skills. Learned to make wisn philis choices. Experience panel loss generally all might make an almighty mess. We believe were treating them with love but we also may be limiting their scope to become fully human So as you know the person who was raised by two indian parents who were not overprotective but definitely had their boundaries in terms of what we could do and get away with for example. My mother refused to buy me escape board as a kid because she said that kids who skateboard break bones. Now i'm an avid surfer and snowboarder. And i gotta skateboard parents. Thirty six years old and i said that's the stupidest thing i've ever heard. Because you know what kids who skateboard make break bones adults who skateboard break bones and those bones. Don't heal it. But as a parent i understand. You don't want anything to happen to your kids not physically not. Psychologically you won't be able to protect them and of course kids are I mean kids are amazing. Imaginative learning machines and all the stuff. That's hold true but there. Also let's let's be frank. They can be pretty dumb and make lots of bad choices because they haven't learned and it's so tempting as an adult to to step in and prevent them from the consequences of that choice is to keep them away from all risk.

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Metrics just went through the roof. And you can describe dot and you can see. of course. that's what would happen. But it's it's not so obvious when you first at the target because you know how many people you turn down is really good measure of how desirable how exclusive you are as a place right up to the point which anything actually rests on that metric. The moment you put any pressure to ban the metric it will immediately buckle and this is a fact about the world that has been it go various name so good by psychologists and sociologists called campbell's law economists called it good hearts law. I mean yeah. It's seems to be a fundamental truth about universe. I'm afraid yeah. I remember seeing. There was a documentary about the college. Admissions scandal here in the us. One of the people on it was a former admissions officer for a stanford and he literally said he said this is all just a manufactured perception because of exactly what you're talking about absolutely absolutely well so probably to my favorite things you said towards santa the because i feel like we could talk about this for hours but you on the chapter on life you say you know. Real creativity and humanity lies in the messy parts of life not the tidy ones and an appreciation of the virtues of mess and fulfilling our human potential is something we can encourage children from an early age of we dare when we over protect. Our children denying the opportunity to practice their skills. Learned to make wisn philis choices. Experience panel loss generally all might make an almighty mess. We believe were treating them with love but we also may be limiting their scope to become fully human So as you know the person who was raised by two indian parents who were not overprotective but definitely had their boundaries in terms of what we could do and get away with for example. My mother refused to buy me escape board as a kid because she said that kids who skateboard break bones. Now i'm an avid surfer and snowboarder. And i gotta skateboard parents. Thirty six years old and i said that's the stupidest thing i've ever heard. Because you know what kids who skateboard make break bones adults who skateboard break bones and those bones. Don't heal it. But as a parent i understand. You don't want anything to happen to your kids not physically not. Psychologically you won't be able to protect them and of course kids are I mean kids are amazing. Imaginative learning machines and all the stuff. That's hold true but there. Also let's let's be frank. They can be pretty dumb and make lots of bad choices because they haven't learned and it's so tempting as an adult to to step in and prevent them from the consequences of that choice is to keep them away from all risk.

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Just trying to figure out. What's going on observed. Oreo mint Then you have to decide what to do like you assess the situation you have to decide what to do and then you have to act and then it's a loop you have to go back to and then you have to observe the results figure out what to do and then act and so on so on. That kinda seems pretty obvious. Boyd's points the becomes genius. Is the the aim in in a conflict. Situation should be to consistently observe orient. Decide an act so fast that the situation changed before your opponent can act to opponent is constantly observing deciding and they have to restart observed aside restart observed side. And you think ok. That sounds kind of clever. But what you're giving example. Well an example as walt donald trump did to jeb bush in the public and private in two thousand sixteen which is trump would say something that everyone thought was a bit crazy and jeb bush would withdraw to consult with his focus groups and come back about thirty six hours later with some kind of response that had been very carefully triangulating by which time trump move onto the next thing so whatever bush was doing was just hopeless. They are date And it was. It was incredibly effective Jeff bezos at amazon. The same thing very calculated early on an amazon. He was consistently making decisions that his own staff were saying. We can't do. This is going to be kind of a mess. We we gotta start shipping knives but like our system is designed to the only categories in the system hardback or paperback. and like. now you're going to sell kitchenware. Like how can we. How can we do this. And he was very much has the mind that look. We are going to be crushed by bouncing noble. Big book retailer. Then we're going to be crushed by toys r. us and then we're gonna be crushed by walnut whenev- and the only the only way we're going to avoid being crushed. Is this slow and if we moved fast enough they'll catch up and if we're constantly taking risks overworking our staff The fact there are warehouses. A snarling up. well it's just. That is the price we have to pay in order to stay ahead of the of the loop of our enemies..

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"You're having all these ideas that you don't have time to finish the moral off so at that point you just need some simple system. I talked about twice thoughts famous system of boxes. I mean it says simply is not even a system right except it works and us top. She's great choreographer. Her book the creative habit is be required readings wonderful book and that she has whatever she has something which she things might be. A project just gets big packing boxes about two feet by one foot by eighteen inches. You know the kind of kabo box. And she just starts throwing stuff related to the project in it. And it's a very simple way of just accumulating ideas and you don't need to think too hard you don't need to be thinking about fine details and castrations you just. It's just this placeholder that you can put stuff so that i think is important part of it. I think the the. I mean there is no hard and fast rule for how to stop just kind of anything always just chasing off to the next thing. I accept to be aware of that risk. The descendant point you have to. What would seth godin say. Have to share. Said you have to chip something. You have to say okay. Finish the draft of my book. And i'm now going to send it to an agent or i have. I have a body of photography work now going to try to find somewhere to exhibit it not not constantly using the start of a new project. Doesn't excuse to to not finish the project So it's a temptation and it's a risk. But i think it's who whisked that almost every creative person you can think of. I think has has worked in this way of just having multiple things going on at the same time. It just seems to be absolutely standard. The occasionally you might say it's slutty dysfunctional so a milan outta vinci didn't finish a lot of stuff on the other hand.

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"You're having all these ideas that you don't have time to finish the moral off so at that point you just need some simple system. I talked about twice thoughts famous system of boxes. I mean it says simply is not even a system right except it works and us top. She's great choreographer. Her book the creative habit is be required readings wonderful book and that she has whatever she has something which she things might be. A project just gets big packing boxes about two feet by one foot by eighteen inches. You know the kind of kabo box. And she just starts throwing stuff related to the project in it. And it's a very simple way of just accumulating ideas and you don't need to think too hard you don't need to be thinking about fine details and castrations you just. It's just this placeholder that you can put stuff so that i think is important part of it. I think the the. I mean there is no hard and fast rule for how to stop just kind of anything always just chasing off to the next thing. I accept to be aware of that risk. The descendant point you have to. What would seth godin say. Have to share. Said you have to chip something. You have to say okay. Finish the draft of my book. And i'm now going to send it to an agent or i have. I have a body of photography work now going to try to find somewhere to exhibit it not not constantly using the start of a new project. Doesn't excuse to to not finish the project So it's a temptation and it's a risk. But i think it's who whisked that almost every creative person you can think of. I think has has worked in this way of just having multiple things going on at the same time. It just seems to be absolutely standard. The occasionally you might say it's slutty dysfunctional so a milan outta vinci didn't finish a lot of stuff on the other hand.

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:55 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"So one of the things that you say Early on us. Distractibility can indeed seem like an issue even curse. But that's if we're looking only at the hill change or hill climbing part of the creative process distractive. Brains can also be seen as brains that have an innate tendency to make those useful random leaps and you actually talk about the benefits of working on multiple creative projects and cross fertilization. Which will get to. But i think the thing that struck me most is that i think when people sure the idea of distractibility being good now like oh perfect an excuse for me to go fuck off on facebook for an hour and i think that there's a difference between that kind of distractibility and the kind of distractibility that you're talking about here. So can you explain that distinction for people so the the particular concept that. I'm economists and motor psychologist but the particular concept in cognitive psychology. To which referring something called low latent inhibition and late latent. Inhibition is basically the ability to choose stuff. Out and low latent. Inhibition is the. You're having more difficulty. Say in the past kim china. Listen to what someone saying to you. Can you focus on what they're saying to. You is the noise of the other conversations. Kind of distracting you If if the noise of the other conversations is is is impinging on your ability to understand what's being said. That's low latent inhibition. And i feel i've never had a measured but i feel that i sydney have at times in particular very difficult to ignore tv. If i'm you know in a public space where as a television like a an airport or a bar or something. Tv on really hard to look at the tv. Even though i don't like tv are not interested in tv. It's just constantly pulling my attention away now the harvard psychologist shelly. Carson who started low latent inhibition this kind of particular type of distractibility. What you've found. Is that the harvard undergraduates who had it were vastly more likely to be serious creative overachievers and by series crates overachievers. We're talking they. They already had an album out or or had published a novel unless till undergraduates. That sort of thing now. Of course there's a particular the sampling bias. Here right so that. These people manage to get to harvard despite being having this what you might say. We call it new diverse these days. But you might say it's a disability the disadvantage they still got the harvard. They must have something going for them. But for me it does make sense that in another way to describe this is just to say these people keep notes thing interesting stuff like they were constantly noticing interesting stuff so i i don't know what to make of that but i just find it fascinating and the one of the one of the people that i found most interesting wall..

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"At that point the floodgates opened at spent a year on that first chapter and then it was. It was a month per chapter after that. So i finished the book and another year. Remember working four days a week in an office. Job so I wish i could buy books that fast now But those sorts of moments people encouraging you people reassuring you that the the way. You're feeling about the book is is what you might expect. People giving you permission to just go off and write fast. All of that was was really helpful and a one more friend. I basically very very nearly gave up. In retrospect no a couple of yards from the finish line when out had one final agent. Go back to me and said you know you should make this change in this change in this change and i on onset to a friend i'm just done with it of. I'm thinking of writing a book about public speaking actually about debating. This like this agent is telling you if you make these changes he will represent here. How long do you think it's gonna make the changes and it was like two weeks stephen the book for three years. And you're not gonna give up at this point and of course it's obvious but sometimes you need that that wisdom from the outside observer. Tell you what you should notice yourself and of course. It's two hours in that process of of doing the revisions was like. Oh i'm really enjoying this. Why did i hesitate for a moment. But before i started i just felt a bit tired and now it's fresh. It's funny you say that. The whole reason i ended up. Starting the podcast was because i was online. Blogging course one. Of the first people i interviewed as one of his thirteenth interviewed. And i remember emailing him say. Hey i want us to multi author blog will you contribute and emailed me back and he said actually no. He's a pretty average writer but he said he good at so. I think you should actually focus on that and spin it out as a separate site so i replied back an hour later with a mockup of a website saying hey. When do you want to get started. That was what he had in mind. But yeah. I mean to this day and it was funny because i've had the opportunity to write books of the publisher and and i i he was one of our first calls. I said apparently my publisher disagrees with you but he was right. I am a far better nuclear that. I'm a writer writing. I do for myself. I feel like it's. It's not easy to get that kind of really direct clear feedback. It's that's that's a valuable gift he gave you there. I built a career off of it. I'm sure you recognize it. But i just we do. I think we do. We struggled to seek out that sort of advice. I guess you never know who's going to give you that sort of advice. We tend to look for much more. Generic reassuring comments like it's going keep going and those are those are valuable comments sometimes. Sometimes you need something much. More crispin incisive less than that more..

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"How long do you think it's gonna make the changes and it was like two weeks stephen the book for three years. And you're not gonna give up at this point and of course it's obvious but sometimes you need that that wisdom from the outside observer. Tell you what you should notice yourself and of course. It's two hours in that process of of doing the revisions was like. Oh i'm really enjoying this. Why did i hesitate for a moment. But before i started i just felt a bit tired and now it's fresh. It's funny you say that. The whole reason i ended up. Starting the podcast was because i was online. Blogging course one. Of the first people i interviewed as one of his thirteenth interviewed. And i remember emailing him say. Hey i want us to multi author blog will you contribute and emailed me back and he said actually no. He's a pretty average writer but he said he good at so. I think you should actually focus on that and spin it out as a separate site so i replied back an hour later with a mockup of a website saying hey. When do you want to get started. That was what he had in mind. But yeah. I mean to this day and it was funny because i've had the opportunity to write books of the publisher and and i i he was one of our first calls. I said apparently my publisher disagrees with you but he was right. I am a far better nuclear that. I'm a writer writing. I do for myself. I feel like it's. It's not easy to get that kind of really direct clear feedback. It's that's that's a valuable gift he gave you there. I built a career off of it. I'm sure you recognize it. But i just we do. I think we do. We struggled to seek out that sort of advice. I guess you never know who's going to give you that sort of advice. We tend to look for much more. Generic reassuring comments like it's going keep going and those are those are valuable comments sometimes. Sometimes you need something much. More crispin incisive less than that more..

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Yeah so what has been the trajectory that leads you from being a kid who plays dungeons and dragons and his on the debate team to becoming a author journalist in an economist. Because that's doesn't seem like a linear trajectory at all. It's not linear even begin to answer the question because the answer could get very long so let me try and be brief. I did philosophy politics and economics as the subjects at university meaning to major in philosophy and to drop economics but i was persuaded to change my mind And stick with economics and the the strange thing was. I really enjoyed economics. But i had always planned to to drop it. And it's one of these things way. Sometimes you need someone to prod you and go. You are actually enjoying this. What you don't have to stick to your original plan So qualified as an economist. I went taught economics at an irish university for year went back to oxford university to fifteen economics. And while i was doing olis' got involved in scenario planning at shell oil company. Which was i had a love hate relationship without job. Because i wasn't crazy about oil companies and i wasn't crazy about big corporations in general but that job was so interesting saturday. Such interesting people just trying to pay into the future and integrated lots of different views of the world and one of the people. I met who had come in to help us. Think about technology was a science writer. Guy called david bananas. Who'd written a wonderful book about the history of e mc squared all of the components of that equation or the people who've been involved in putting together einstein's theory of relativity and making it possible and so by then i was probably about twenty six and i remember having coffee with david and saying you know i. I really would love to write a book like that only about economics. Because i always loved my makes. It was always fascinating and david across just raised. An eyebrow in grinned me.

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"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"harford" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"We just love the idea that the will can be controlled that the world can be defined it can be planned And and of course to some extent it can be but then the question is when it doesn't work like that when the plan changes when you have to adjust or adapt all you ready and and what are you gonna do and how you're going to adopt and messy. I think is an exploration of of different ways that people respond to these failures of the will to conform to the nice little boxes that we we tried to put it into a..

Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:20 min | 1 year ago

Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph

"Irving fisher was born in eighteen sixty seven in the town of saugerties. New york got his phd economics from yale in eighteen ninety one and for most of his adult life he enjoyed this almost unparalleled streak of success. Yeah not just as a great economist but also as an entrepreneur and investor. Tim harford is the author of the data detective. A new book that includes a chapter about irving fisher. He was the basically the inventor of what we now call the rolodex card filing system. That made him a multimillionaire. He was a diet and fitness expert. He published a book called how to live which was the freakonomics of its day. Only sold five hundred thousand copies. He set up the life extension institute. He was a campaigner on prohibition. He was a vegetarian. Assist an astonishing a prolific campaigner and thinker and he made a lot of money in the markets for a while as the stock market in the nineteen twenties was going up and up fisher was investing more and more money into it in fact even though he was already investing a ton of his own money he was also borrowing even more money to invest in stocks so that he could boost his returns fisher was just supremely confident about his forecast that the market would keep going up confident both in his own intelligence and also in the possibility of using data and statistics to predict the future. So that's where irving fisher was right before the crash of nineteen twenty. Nine john maynard. Keynes the other. Great economists of the era got there a little differently. Canes was definitely already considered one of the great economic minds of the time and just like irving fischer canes knew. He was the smartest guy in every room. He walked into same. Yeah me too something. We all share with gains right. But unlike irving fisher john maynard. Keynes had gotten some things wrong. By that point he had been humbled by the market before he had an early investment fund immediately after the first world war that just went went bankrupt and it was fine canes raise more money went back into the market. Got everyone's cashback. Everyone lived happily ever after but he had that experience going. Oh yeah. I thought i was smart on the market. Maybe i'm not smart on the market when the crash of one thousand nine hundred nine arrive. The stock market collapsed more than twenty percent in two days and within three years it had fallen more than eighty nine percent from where it was before the crash. Both and john maynard. Keynes lost a lot of money on their investments in the crash but there is a huge difference in how they responded so after the crash fisher kept doubling down on the same investments. He even kept borrowing money to invest in the same. Losing stocks for example fisher owned stock in a company called remington rand and right before the crash remington rand stock was at fifty eight dollars share but after the crash of two three months it was twenty eight dollars. A share and fisher was borrowing money and buying more shares at twenty eight dollars for years into the crash. It was one dollars a share. That is how to be a millionaire. Lose everything maybe fisher believed that his precious data just could not be wrong or that he could not be wrong or that. His self worth was tied up in this idea that he was right. Whatever the case he couldn't change his mind and he lost everything. Canes was different kane street at his failures as a chance to learn a chance to improve his process up to the crash he'd been investing based on his ability to predict the ups and downs of the whole economy. But after the crash he decided that that was just too hard to unknowable so he changed his strategy to investing in companies that he believed had good management and he thought would go up over time no matter what the overall economy was doing. Canes made a fortune for himself and for the endowment of king's college us money he was managing one of the things he said when he was trying to raise money from his own father was win or lose. This high stakes gaming amuses me. That's that's just an amazing linked to say when you're trying to persuade someone to give you money and yet in the end it helps because he just didn't take it so personally for the past few decades. A psychologist named philip tat. Lock has studied the behaviors that lead to better forecasting being very precise predictions constantly. Checking to see if your forecasts or proving true and updating your forecast if they are not true all of these make you a better forecaster. But tim says if he had to summarize. All of this research on a bumper sticker. Full cost is better when they recognized. They might be wrong and they are asking themselves. What am i missing. What perspective having tie considered. Who haven't i talked to that sort of almost paranoid suspicion that you might have messed up. And the willingness to change your mind that leads to much better forecasting you know it sounds so obvious. Just be able to change your mind and yet in practice. People really struggle to change their minds especially about their deeply held beliefs. That irving fisher could not change his mind and john maynard. Keynes could ended up making all the difference in how they lived the rest of their lives a few months after the second world war at fissuring canes both died fisher was alone and nearly bankrupt hitting bailed out by his millionaire sister-in-law and he'd completely lost his reputation as a result of his failed forecast. It's such a tragic end to a great career. Canes died a millionaire the most famous and celebrated economists on the planet and there is a quote that sometimes gets attributed to canes that. Tim also likes to remember him by. He probably never said it but he lifted which is when the facts change. I change my

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You've been warned

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:48 min | 1 year ago

You've been warned

"Welcome to kits, myths, and mysteries stores of the strange and unexplained I'm your host Kit crumb today the warning. You might think that a warning from anyone to the united. States would be directed to the Capitol Washington DC or the Pentagon and not necessarily to the people but you'd be wrong almost as highly debated as UFO's our crop circles. Circular patterns have appeared wheat and corn fields across United States and around the world they've been attributed to meteor electrical storms, crop disease pranks by teens. Perhaps, the most widely speculated source for making these often complex designs are aliens or UFO's although the term crop circle wasn't coined until the early nineteen seventies the earliest reference to designs in fields. Of Grain was in sixteen, Fifty, eight in Harford Shire inland and were said to have been created by the mowing devil in nineteen ninety a dry lake bed near Oregon's steam mountains was the side of a thirteen mile long truce Janta Mandela Crop Circle this ancient design claim by many to have been created by aliens was in reality created by a local group of artists. Likewise, the crop circles that started the world's awareness of such things was created by Doug Bauer and Dave twirly who were inspired by the saucer nest case in Australia for a farmer claim to I have. Seen a UFO, then found a flattened circle of swamp reads a massive crop circle reported to be the last warning by aliens of coming cataclysms that may possibly bring our world to the brink of destruction appeared in Washington state in July two, thousand, twelve notable Russian scientists agreed on the warning while the United States government remains noncommittal on the warning aspect of the crop circles but area farmer's preparing for summers. Harvest find a distraction more amusing than alarming. You can't do anything other than laugh dotted said Cindy Gabe who owns the field along with her husband Craig you just? kind of roll with a theory aliens and your special because aliens chose your spot trends called the give on July twenty fourth when the pattern of flatten wheat was spotted off highway one, seventy, four about five miles north of the town Wilbur. The field is about ten miles south of the grand. Coulee Dam push up your reclamation says is the largest hydropower producer in the United States the circles resemble a four leaf clover and remind Cindy and Gregg Gabe of Mickey Mouse years the design knocked down about an acre of their wheat some of it could be salvaged by combines Starts in a week or two she said but some will be lost. Crop circles have been a worldwide phenomenon for decades, and this is not the first one in Lincoln county similar circular patterns were left in crops in the Wilbur. In Twenty, ten and twenty, eight and online. There were no signs that anyone walked into the field. We're trying to figure out how they got out there without breaking any of the wheat. It's hard to walk through. CRUNCHY wheatfield not knock it down. Gibbs said at the same time it's hard to think it's aliens. So bizarre thing to wrap your brain around like the UFO's the debate over the source of crop circles continues. But now you've been warned

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"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We're going to Kenny and Harford county good morning good morning Kane what's up I have one item to sell it is a complete bedroom set it is an early American dark Pauline in very good condition it includes a dresser with mirror a chest of drawers a full size bed frame with headboard footboard and one end table and I am going to offer it for four hundred or best offer hi the mattress and box spring of course is not included right yes Sir when I go to Bob's him by that yes Sir okay all right so if you want the bed is a bed it's a dresser with a mirror and a by the bed frame and all that and the one in table right and the chest of drawers China's Chester drawers offer for four hundred four hundred or best offer okay what's your phone number out there Hoffa county four one zero eight nine three seven five three eight four ten eight nine three seven five three eight for the bedroom set for only four hundred dollars the whole thing thanks candy they can call anytime okay thanks Kay bye bye for ten nine two two six six eight zero we have open lines and we'd also like to welcome back yeah recycling all right you remember them you know and I as I say I'm a lot of our listeners have a lot of stuff they don't need and want to get rid of if it's scrap metal the name.

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Why We Didn't Prepare For The Pandemic

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Why We Didn't Prepare For The Pandemic

"Again and again the world was warned that it was not ready for a pandemic warned by the World Health Organization in the World Bank and a big study last year warned by research scholars and in Long magazine articles warned even by Bill Gates in a famous Ted. Talk in two thousand fifteen if anything kills over ten million people in the next few decades. It's most likely to be a highly infectious virus rather than a war. Also there have been numerous close calls. In the last couple of decades when epidemics in some parts of the world looked like they might become global. Pandemics SARS Moore's Ebola and yet even as corona virus started spreading across the globe earlier this year people and governments throughout the world were unprepared. There wasn't enough protective equipment. They were slow to produce enough tests for the virus. The took too long to implement social distancing. A big part of the problem. Is that when it comes to preparing for a global disaster like this one we? Humans are fighting an uphill battle against a powerful force. Our own brains. The mind is full of psychological biopsies. That can lead us not to take seriously enough. These warnings of impending doom economists Harford recently chronicled. Some of these biopsies in an article for the Financial Times magazine and Tim says for example that people seem to have what's called a normalcy bias. Normalcy bias is sometimes called negative panic. It's just this idea that when things are falling apart all around you. There's a total disaster. People very often don't seem to realize how bad things are often surprisingly calm even when actually they should be taking very prompt action in a pandemic the number of infected people grows exponentially so fast that it can be hard to understand how it's spreading at the rate it is but normalcy bias might prevent us from seeing just how bad things are getting until we are overwhelmed by the problem and this doesn't just apply to global pandemics and it's not new. Tim says for evidence of normalcy bias. You can even go all the way back to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year. Eighty seventy nine. When people in the town of Pompeii watch the eruption for hours instead of evacuating the city? Up until the moment that they were buried under its ash clouds. So that is normalcy bias. There's also something called optimism bias. Which is the tendency to think that even if a disaster is to you know everyone around me I myself won't be affected so I don't need to take precautions. For example a study of what people expected as hurricane. Sandy was coming in to hit the coast to New Jersey. People actually expected that it would be worse than the meteorologists did but they thought that they themselves would be fine. They didn't really need to worry. So that's optimism bias and there's also the herd instinct which Tim says just reflect that we are all very social creatures. We take our cues from what other people do. So even as a pandemic is gathering momentum. Well if everyone else is acting like they're not worried we don't get worried. We don't start wearing masks. We don't start avoiding crowds. We don't get ready to work from home. Yeah there was just this general sense of there's a pandemic has a is this corona virus thing. It seems pretty bad. It looks pretty bad in Italy. Maybe I should do something. Maybe I should do something men. But nobody's really do and then there's not moment way like Oh and he'd get toilet paper and get food needs to get mosques and he's telling shares it's too late. Everyone's doing the same thing at the same time. It's the herd instinct and Tim reminds us that government leaders and people who work at the agencies that are in charge of preparing the world for a pandemic also have these same biases so even they might be slow to act until it's too late so these psychological biopsies can help explain why the world did not start preparing itself weeks or months earlier than it did. Once Corona virus started spreading within China which is where it originated but the biopsies do not fully explain why so many countries throughout the world ignored the warnings of the past and did not have a better plan in place for the next pandemic even before corona virus started in a big reason actually has to do with the ways we make economic decisions

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"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well never I know that thank you we're looking live with both the tunnels and the Cambridge again the rain went through earlier there's more rain coming so right now the roadway conditions are wet we had some trees down overnight when that first line went through and they're both in Carroll County affecting route ninety seven near Barcelona road and route thirty two between Eldersburg and Sykesville so the clean up is underway for both of those areas if you're out early in northeastern Harford county it's like a single vehicle accident airs on Conowingo road asked for jail road I'm Chuck could occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS make sure you guys are tuned to the food channel this coming weekend for they are special Chuck Whitaker does dirty limericks we're looking forward to that a seventy eight for life and there shall pops Aberdeen fifty seven degrees right now Carney fifty five downtown Baltimore fifty seven five things you should know here for today it uses of course draw a picture of the birthday I knew that finally something new besides you know wash your hands and answer all the windows but we're still offering withdrawing Franco produce if you remember that's right according to a new survey nearly three in four Americans think president trump should wear a protective mask in a related item four out of four Americans believe that the speaker Pelosi should wear a bag that might be what you're cruel and actions you should work to bags well yes we got that shot yes the weather number from now on all right why are you so good a judge ruled singer R. Kelly has been jailed during the willful crisis so it is always good news that he is taken out of circulation in South Africa side is of under eight two million year old scroll that suggest Youmans emerged years earlier than previously thought and they named it Joe Biden I thought they called it now she purred yes pretty warm weather during the spring yesterday's shooting highs over seventy in fact it was a warm weather can contributing to the social distancing yesterday in New York yeah you know the body order was enough if you will nice eight federal license Easter is this weekend past research tonight I can imagine eight days of matzah in quarantine what could go wrong with that it sounds great I think yeah because I know it's Easter because of the the CVS already has the fourth of July decorations on them.

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Maryland: General Assembly Overrides Governor's Veto of Handgun Permit Review Board Repeal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Maryland: General Assembly Overrides Governor's Veto of Handgun Permit Review Board Repeal

"Despite the governor's veto Maryland legislators have voted to use grab a board that handles concealed gun permits last year Maryland lawmakers abolished the five member appointed board that reviews handgun permits governor Larry Hogan veto that bill but today house members voted eighty nine to forty nine to override that veto delegate Leslie Lopez a Democrat for Montgomery County argued the board often overturned state police decisions on granting concealed carry permits delegate Susan the calmest Republican from Harford county argued abolishing the board doesn't make anyone safer the Senate is set to take up the

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"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In Harford county those repairs according to state highway will take place between ten AM and noon that traffic detours over to I ninety five I'm Chuck quicker traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS Tyron sixty degrees under mostly sunny skies right now rice's town has thirty five degrees Essex has thirty four degrees of forty three right now downtown Baltimore where the morning drive talk radio six eighty W. save your shot just came across this is worthy of mention were differences realistic conversation about gun stores of all regarding fascinating a there's a knife crime epidemic going on one of the took over his guns away those solve everything right so far in this year twenty nine thousand two hundred thirty three knife crimes including nine thousand stabbings that's an average of forty crimes using a knife a day no no no no there's no weapons that's all well always far criminals always find a way to to kill and injure people take fifty five five for Sean Hannity's morning a minute brought to my robber always safe retirement solutions your morning Cup of Sean Sean Hannity Maureen you would think after years of just writing the same articles different days Sean Hannity is a liar liar pants on fire conspiracy theorist meanwhile they're the biggest liars in media they lied for three years they just go on to the next group of lies in conspiracy theories so Humpty Dumpty doing the bidding of his boss the number for Brian Stelter A. K. A. Humpty Dumpty.

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"harford" Discussed on The Green Light

The Green Light

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"harford" Discussed on The Green Light

"Isn't Harford. You know this, this Louis mall organization. I don't say that women do shit. We've blown we've gone up we've loan. You ever be rows, some women, especially your wife, maybe? Say what you but what I say. Oh, today's the day what you and your little podcast gotta You gotta be be. little. She would never say that respects the green light. Exactly. Shane around. So we're gonna be honest. Oh, it's right there. You got the hat. Great great, great pup pup pumping air back into this game. I just came back from New York last night. Okay. Brooklyn had did it saw their, you know, popping out Royston nine on out there are there were Dutt's and negative records. Good. Good moves goodnight. Goodnight goodnight. We're talking earlier with journey abou-, because Connecticut is kind of like the ugly stepchild when it comes to trying to make it in a rap game. You.

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Top Wall Street Women Say Tech Can Help Close Gender Gap

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:42 min | 3 years ago

Top Wall Street Women Say Tech Can Help Close Gender Gap

"Advances are supplying all sorts of new tools and all sorts of industries in particular, Wall Street, and as such new paths are opening and giving women in particular an opportunity to step up at the Wall Street Journal's recent women in finance event in New York, Morgan Stanley vice-chairman Suzy Wang explains the importance of technological training and how it's key to advancing in a workplace. I thought we have to be very conscious than how we train people. So, you know, the first thing my first day of training at Morgan Stanley is now how to use your HP twelve see right out a lot more buttons on it than the calculator. I had in college. So. I think we need to train people in the sort of technical skill sets. But then I think what we have to be very conscious of is how you get women through the mid levels of their career and into the senior levels, and to me, that's a conscious view of what does it take become a rainmaker? And so we need to give people tools on how do you go from being a great worker bee and a great number three or a number two. How do you become the number one person on the team and be the person that people look to for advice or to bring your firm resources to bear on a problem for many women a career is a balancing act JP Morgan chases, head of North American mergers and acquisitions on new IN, gar notes. The beneficial things technology has done to change work and perspective throughout the years. As I was growing up a lot of the times you were spending in the office in in your early parts of your career. Just getting your three statement. Model to balance and finding in your sleep deprived? And you're trying to figure out exactly where the error is and making the math work and today, there's a lot of this that gets done through technology, tools automatically. So I think that total quantum of what it is the effort that you needed to produce the same output is now different. And the effort is less about sitting in the office at your desk and doing it, and it's much more cerebral and thinking that lends itself to doing it wherever you are. So yes, you require the mental space, but you don't have to physically be in the office. But having said that travel that hasn't changed right? I keep having this discussion about yes, you have really good technology. So why is it that you just gone video videoconference into things there's all of you can tell right. There's no way to truly understand what somebody is trying to say read between the lines read. The boardroom figure out who's convinced who was not without being in the room is I'm not smart enough to so you still have to travel. I think that's element. Is there? I don't know where the future will change that. But there's a lot of other things that have changed either in society or in terms of tools available to do the job itself. Which is different. The last thing I'd say is there's the cultural change as well where it is no longer a badge of honor to say I worked hundred hours a week. And I didn't sleep a night and go home because and this again, I admire the millennial generation right now if you do that your immediate, right? You just went smart enough to get your work done on time. And that's the healthy way to think about it. However, it's noted by SUNY Harford head of investments at UBS acid management that the power of tech advancements is a double edged sword. Especially on Wall Street if you're in sales and trading or you're in. An asset management technology is great. But it's replacing the jobs. Right. So what you need to be doing is investment banking or Manet because advice a computer cannot do that. But if you're the regulators helping it along as well, right? So if you were MiFID, you know, you can't pay for research. So what's the research person? Adding if you're in sales and trading how are trader at city was the computer NFL X right to an asset management. I'm terrified of robo advisors. Right. That is again, I really pray every day that I'm going to outperform them because otherwise what do we do with people all the time? So it's a definitely a double edged sword and the industry has to pivot huge to change the direction, we're taking and the value. Add that we're providing to our clients. It is not what it used to be. It's not the best release. You get the best relationship in the world on an equity desk. But I tell you they're trading best X they're trading with price. And that's the only thing they're going to be allowed to trade on. And they have to prove it. By the way. So no, you can't take them out to dinner. And by the way, you can't take them onto an inter because they can't go to dinner because they have to receive and they have to pay for it themselves. It's a it's a very very different industry. But on you says success comes down to relationships and trust, which perhaps women are learning how to balance with the new technology, that's helping them along the way for many of the times, it's a CEO's legacy. If the company's legacy is the most intimate thing that the company or that CEO's doing in their life, and you have the privilege of being the trusted confidante of that person. And that to me is the much cooler side of it than getting the Matt's. Right. Yes. There is there's a high only parts of your career to getting the mass, right? But I think understanding and interpreting and truly being there and providing advice, I think that's what is the interesting part of what we do and technology allows you to spend more time doing that. And less time. Kind of getting the math right

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"harford" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"harford" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Let the our best beans F NBS. SPF? Your buddy miss the Bob. Transmitting across America. Right. There was a Southwest Airlines flight from Harford Tampa, and as it goes up. So the pastors are going. Have pain in my neck and my ears? Apparently one Pasha was bleeding from the years. They're trying to plan around. So crazy. The pressure was like a pressure is Asian issue. Which is weird. Would you freak out of you saw the guy sitting next season ears start bleeding the plane had been affected with some sort of weird disease? We're about to pass out. There was another story. I saw here in America to where a plane goes up. I guy is out of control that the land the plane to land the plane quickly. They have to don't feel. She can't let a plane full of fuel that up twenty thousand gallons of fuel. They charge for it. No way charge like twenty thousand dollars. Crazy. I'll that is another big you do that. We're getting torched on the text line on Hillary because Hillary. Yeah, hey, Hilary comeback numbers. I get it was us though, is what we said or what what is this? We're talking about the bachelor and this girl is twenty three never been kissed. And then we brought it up to Hillary mostly we were shot. And then also it was I've just seen so many guys like one to talk to Hillary. And then she goes, nobody talks to me more. Like, I don't know that that's true. And then it turned into a whole thing. So our like to say if that was hurtful to you. I'm sorry. Good y'all hurtful and Amy too. Yeah. Yeah. I. Okay. I'm sorry. I did I say anything. Yeah. Always shocked by it. And then we all just kit each other nonstop kidding on the show. Yes. I was shocked 'cause when you said Hiller, you kiss guy, I just assumed kissing mint. Tom. Yes. Right. Right. That's okay. That it doesn't like there is. No, yeah. But, but do you think that and I think that she should hold? This is something special like you could hold onto that..

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Jeffery Geller, Harford County and Maryland discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Jeffery Geller, Harford County and Maryland discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Cases, some within the past thirty days Harford county sheriff Jeffery Geller said that the investigators found evidence that the Maryland warehouse shooting suspect was suffering from mental illness and employee told his. Wife that the shooter had been having an argument with someone then went off and began firing a handgun but

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Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage

"Working at a drugstore warehouse in Maryland opened fire on colleagues killing three people before fatally shooting herself authorities say the temporary worker 26-year-old snow Chia Moseley got into an argument shortly before the incident at the Rite Aid distribution facility in Aberdeen people shot inside and outside the business. We believe it began outside and moved inside Harford county sheriff Jeffery Galler says there's no motive at this time. She was armed with one hand gun and several magazines. No shots were fired by any law enforcement responder workers at the facility described. Terrifying. Moments of what they called crazy gunfire. People screaming and running in all directions. The sheriff says the shooter used a nine millimeter Glock that was registered in her name. She died at a hospital from a self inflicted, gunshot wound. The attack comes almost three months after manatee newspaper office in Annapolis. Maryland five. Five staff members were killed in that shooting.

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Governor Scott heading to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Maria tribute

Orlando's News at Noon

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Governor Scott heading to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Maria tribute

"I am Scott Anez. We are following this breaking news story. Aberdeen Maryland just outside of Baltimore. The Harford county sheriff's office says at least three people have been killed to wounded at a right. A distribution center. We are monitoring this news conference. Let's listen in for a few seconds here on news ninety six point five WDBO. So follow our feeds, and I will absolutely let you know when the Next Media briefing will be today. And hopefully, we'll be able to nail down some of those other details, and and give you a better picture of what you've been listening.

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Trump tells 'Fox & Friends' he doesn't understand showdown of National Anthem & Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Trump tells 'Fox & Friends' he doesn't understand showdown of National Anthem & Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad

"Two US senators asking CSX corporation, what plans it has for expanding the aging Howard street tunnel to accommodate double decker shipping containers, CSX withdrew support last year causing the state to cancel request for one hundred fifty five billion dollars in federal money. Police in BelAir are searching for a man who robbed a Harford county are Hartford Bank branch Wednesday morning, prompting a lockdown of

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New estimate raises second quarter economic growth to 4.2%

The Takeaway

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

New estimate raises second quarter economic growth to 4.2%

"Live, from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh White. House counsel Don Mcgann is resigning NPR's Sammer Keith reports. President Trump broke the news on Twitter in a statement on Twitter Trump announced. That Mcgann will be leaving his job as. White House counsel in the fall after what the president hopes will be the confirmation of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme. Court, press secretary Sarah Sanders says this was long in the works. For the

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Trump, NPR and Rob Schmitz China discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, NPR and Rob Schmitz China discussed on Midday on WNYC

"China's disputing President Trump's assertion that Beijing hacked Hillary Clinton's emails here's NPR's rob Schmitz China's foreign ministry. Spokeswoman, watch winging told reporters that China is firmly opposed to all forms of cyberattacks espionage early Wednesday on Twitter, President Trump claimed China. Hacked the emails. Of then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Suggested the FBI and the department of Justice investigate the matter US intelligence officials have said Russia orchestrated the hacking of democratic officials to meddle with. The two thousand, sixteen presidential election. And special counsel Robert. Muller's investigating Russia's role in the same election and, whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow President Trump failed to offer any evidence to support his claim miss wa said such accusations were nothing new and. Insisted China is a staunch defender of

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Baltimore, Soccer and Andro discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:35 min | 3 years ago

Baltimore, Soccer and Andro discussed on Sean Hannity

"Michael Phillips l. and the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news. Center several cities are suing, the Trump administration in. Federal court for allegedly sabotaging Affordable Care Act, Baltimore City solicitor Andre Davis says of the suit filed today in US district court in Baltimore. It's to safeguard the fundamental rights of Baltimore residents to healthcare by stopping the Trump administration's unlawful, efforts to. Sabotage the Affordable Care Act a Hartford. County grand jury has indicted a, veteran Harford, county. Sheriff's deputy on two counts of. Theft scheme the outcome of. The criminal probe and or the internal probe could result in the. Dismissal of forty two year old senior deputy Christopher J Allen officials didn't reveal the nature of the allegations and, sports indoor soccer, the ten time champion. Baltimore blast will host the Canadian national indoor soccer team tomorrow night at seven oh five at, Thompson, university, CQ, arena, at harbor. Place in, downtown, Baltimore, eighty, five, degrees eighty four Columbia reporting a four zero four I'm Michael Philip Pelly, six eighty WCBS news, I, had, great results I lost. Seventy pounds way to sixty five and went. Down to one ninety five my. Doctor told me if it works for you then do it a. Lot of people say how you lose the weight I says I take Andro four hundred. Every day. I'm going to take it forever that was wall talking about Andro four. Hundred now, listen to Bob has to say when you listen to your radio commercials you say that's not possible but since I've experienced it your, commercials aren't strong. Enough I am seventy six and I've had a belly for way too long my whole. Body is shrinking my energy level has gone up and don't think differences Andrew Philander it's great stuff by tried other, products and nothing. Happened..

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Uber HR Chief Liane Hornsey Resigns After Investigation

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Uber HR Chief Liane Hornsey Resigns After Investigation

"President trump got a round of golf a scottish resort today he waved to year by protesters angry about the visit the demonstrators were able to get fairly close to mr trump and while the president today blasted the obama administration for not doing enough to stop russian election hacks in two thousand sixteen dan coats is director of national intelligence was sounding an alarm about russian hacking was in the months prior to september two thousand one when according to then cia director george tenet the system was blinking red here we are two decade nearly two decades later and i'm here to say the warning lights are blinking red again angelique kerber of germany's defeated serena williams to win the wimbledon women's crown this year novak djokovic plays kevin anderson for the men's title at wimbledon match tomorrow i'm mike morris and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters people familiar with the matter say airbus is closing in on a blockbuster agreement to sell twenty three billion dollars worth of aircraft based on list prices to air asia the new york times reports and other uber executive is under scrutiny for bad behaviour people familiar with the matter say on a conference call this spring with colleagues barney harford the company's chief operating officer critiqued a new ad that showed a mixed race couple he debated allowed how common the peering was among the audiences that would see it the us commerce department has lifted the ban on american firms selling products to china's z t e corp the ban was removed after z t e submitted the final payment of a one point four billion dollar penalty after pleading guilty to violating sanctions removing the ban on was a key chinese government demand amid escalating tensions between the world's two largest economies commerce secretary wilbur ross says he's selling off all his vast stockholdings this after news reports raised questions about the timing of some of his stock transactions and he received a sharp reprimand from the chief federal ethics officer well disney's seventy one billion dollar deal with twenty first century fox has won the endorsement of influential proxy advisers institutional shareholder services.

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New York, Jimmy Nigeria and Lagos discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

New York, Jimmy Nigeria and Lagos discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The strong museums world video game hall of fame in rochester new york announced that space war from nineteen sixty one has been inducted alongside john madden football tomb raider and final fantasy seven this is the fourth group of inductees bringing the hall of fame total to twenty jimmy nigeria's leading ecommerce company announced free shipping will expand to a buddha port harford ebanon abi okuda in addition the minimum price to qualify for free shipping has been reduced from fifteen thousand naira to ten thousand naira orders placed by twelve pm we'll deliver in one business day within lagos and two to five business days in the other cities scientists from the university of marburg in germany and the university of michigan in the us have demonstrated how infrared laser pulses can shift electrons between two different states classic one zero in a thin sheet of semiconductor this could raise speeds to a million times the normal gigahertz speeds you get the process will also improve quantum computing the study lightwave valley tron ix in a mono layer of tungsten dissect died was funded by the european research council and the german research foundation sure announced that as of may i it has shut down its fono division and is no longer making record player needle cartridges mark brenner vp of global corporate and government relations at sure told the next web that revenues remained stable despite rising sales and that combined with challenges to maintaining production equipment and specialized supply chains led to the decision to shut the department down then marks oh tre fon is the leading maker of phonograph cartridges.

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