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What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:12 min | 18 hrs ago

What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

"We are talking to Lee's wheel. You probably know her. Remember her from Fox News and many other prominent places talking about many things kind of like this, but nothing can top this. She has a brand new book out called a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hansen, America's most damaging Russian spy. It really is nightmarish. And I always say, Lee's that, you know, apart from my faith in God, I don't know how to process this. I think you would just be frightened at how evil the world is, how dark it is. I have to ask you the most basic question. What do you suppose that Robert Hansen got out of this? In other words, it's kind of a funny thing. I always feel that these traders sell themselves extraordinarily cheaply, you know, that China has billions of dollars to spend. And if there's anybody out there willing to kind of give them a leg up here or there, what was Russia giving this man? And again, we want to be clear. This wasn't Russia. This was the Soviet Union, as wicked as it gets. The evil empire, what were they giving him to make him feel that it was worth his doing this because he could have made a decent job doing the right thing. What were they giving him? Right, exactly. Cash. I mean, they were giving him bundles of $30,000, $10,000, $50,000. At one point he asked for diamonds, they gave him diamonds. And he had a cash flow problem, right? Because you can't put more than $10,000 in cash into a bank without alerting all sorts of things. So he would just honestly put it in a drawer. He put it under the bed. And in fact, Eric, one time when he had the cash in the drawer, Bonnie, his wife, saw the money in the drawer. It was like a sock drawer or something, you know, basic drawer like that. She pulled out the money, sees all this cash. She confronts him. This was early on in his spine, confronts him. She thinks it's money for a mistress because he's got he's done that before. Say that again, money from what? We're a mistress from mister. Oh, because he had cheated on his wife. Right. So she thinks that she confronts him. He says, oh, no, no, Bonnie. I'm not cheating on you. This is just money that I got from the Russians for spying. That was better or something. But he did say that to him. Yes, no, he admitted it to her. And then they, but here Eric, here's a twist. It go to their priests. That's what body his wife wants to do. They go to the priest, the priest basically says, oh, that was bad. Don't do that again. It's fine, that is. And you can be absolved from it if you just give them money that you've already made to the church. Which Hanson does, and he doesn't spy for a little bit, and then he starts up again. But the idea that a priest would say that, that basically, hey, you know, don't do that again, that's bad, but you know, it's all okay if you give the money to the church. And that, of course, you know, Bonnie was okay with

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Elon Musk Tweets Twitter Deal Is on Hold

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 d ago

Elon Musk Tweets Twitter Deal Is on Hold

"I don't know Again I have no inside baseball on this It would be illegal to share if I was profiting off it and I don't I don't have any inside baseball but I can kind of process what's going on being in the tech space being an investor myself bet there's definitely some signs here that lead me in a certain direction Elon has to do if he has banks and financial firms involved in this operation to take over Twitter which he obviously does He's not paying in suitcases full of cash He's not walking up to piragua we're like hey is this suitcase kicking it under the table I mean it's a multi-billion dollar deal There's going to be financial institutions and banks involved and Elon being the richest man in the world Obviously has a legal team and a financial team that does due diligence So I'm guessing here did they go into Twitter Have Twitter open up the books here on this deal Do their financial due diligence And find out some really shady stuff Now he was asking if Elon says listen the deal is on hold until we can verify basically how many Twitter users are real That's what he's saying in the tweet He says it and he phrases it in terms of the percentage of bots but what Elon's really asking in that tweet is are these Twitter users real people Now why is that important Well outside of the obvious you want to believe on a social media platform that you're talking to people socially correct I mean there's no point being on Twitter if it has 239 million users but it really has a million users all the way up 220 plus fake accounts and then you got a couple of spam bots in

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Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 4 d ago

Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

"Turn to that. Because I've tried to figure out who shot whom and the Palestinians are not the Palestinian authority is not cooperating with the idea. What is your assessment of the situation, doctor Oren? So last night I was talking to an Israeli journalist and I said, just watch your authority is going to say that they found a 5.56 bullet in the journalists. Now the Israeli forces use 5.56 palisades usually use 7.62 at the colossal cost bullet, but they also do have American a fours and M 16s. And I also think that the Palestinians wouldn't cooperate with an Israeli offer for a joint investigation. And they rejected it, even though the Biden administration asked Allison is to do it. They quickly closed the case. I heard this morning that they've already buried the body. And the passwords are making a calculation. Yeah, maybe the Biden administration will get a little aggravated, but the international community is going to come down hard on Israel. I was looking at the international press coverage, NBC had an item on it where they did an interview and the Israeli. They only talked about the greeting Palestinians and the implication is that we are guilty before we're judged. And

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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 6 d ago

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

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Biden pushes 'ultra-MAGA' label on GOP as he defends record

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Biden pushes 'ultra-MAGA' label on GOP as he defends record

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So How Is Job Growth Really Going?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last week

So How Is Job Growth Really Going?

"Try calling the airlines. Color rental car agency. Make a call to any place that's manned by customer service. One of the big, you know, heritage companies, AmEx, to be on hold for four hours. Aren't there still staffing shortages at banks and fast food restaurants and grocery stores all over America, but hey, according to the jobs report that came out, employers added 428,000 positions last month. Unemployment rate stays just a smidge above its 5 decade low. Like 3.5%. I like what Tucker Carlson said though about Biden's, we can't let that go and we shouldn't. When he condemns people by the millions, you should stand up and take notice. This man has no intention of unifying America. He has no intention of reaching out to the people who didn't vote for him. As proven by his smear and his attack on the maga people.

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Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last week

Next Installment of the Fact-Checker Clown Show

"Never Remember Jacob ray is Jakob Rees is a alleged fact checker He works for politics and nonsense outlets like that He wrote a fact check a while ago Let me read this to you This one's hilarious He wrote this fact check About Maria bartiromo where Maria bartiromo said that you know we were importing half of something half of our oil from Russia and in the fact check admitted that Maria bartiromo was right And then gauge that the fact checked that it was mostly false Jacob Rees we covered it in pretty intimate detail So Jacob ray is strikes again Again he claims to be a fact checker He emailed Christina pushaw Christina push up is a media rep for governor Ron DeSantis in Florida She is terrific She is a bulldog right So Jacob Reyes who tried to and failed to fact check Maria bartiromo and inadvertently proved what she was saying was accurate He sends an email to Christina Pusha from Ron DeSantis is always saying hello I'm writing a fact check on a quick deadline here regarding the following governor desantis claim The claim is this The student debt that is out there almost 60% of it is graduate school debt Jakob says if you'd like to provide supporting material for the claim I would need to hear back by 9 p.m. Meanwhile I'll continue my own research and interviews best Jacob brass Jakob maybe you should have started at your own pointer institute where you worked where the pointer institute wrote an article about exactly this So Christina responds back Jacob you wrote employer pointer recently published research about this topic finding that 56% of outstanding student debt is owed by households that hold graduate degrees I think 56% qualifies as almost 60 Banks Christina pushaw Can it get any worse

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Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker on the Durham Investigation

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | Last week

Former Acting Atty Gen Matt Whitaker on the Durham Investigation

"Now that Durham has sort of revealed how fusion GPS, how Perkins cooey, how the Clinton campaign, how it all worked and exactly kind of how they were pulling this DNS server information, somehow intercepting it from the Trump Tower and essentially they saw spam emails going from Trump org, which essentially is marketing their winery, their golf clubs and whatever. And going to alpha bank and then saying that that was a back door for communications. I mean, the whole thing is farcical. And I think those that the intelligence community knew better. And so this to me is, you know, there are several people that need to be held to account. And explain, knowing that this was created, that this rumor, these facts were created by the Democrat committee, how was this allowed to turn into a criminal investigation of the president of the United States? I got there too late and there's going to be people that hear me say that and say, well, that's just an excuse, Matt. Well, I mean, so you're running the Department of Justice and the Mueller investigation is already going and you're trying to get it landed. You know, this kind of this original sin is so far away and there's people that know it and nobody is telling you the truth. And maybe you're not asking the right questions, but my God, you know, how do you get to the right question to ask the right person when there's just so much muck to dig through?

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Sgt. John Mattingly Describes the Details of the Breonna Taylor Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Sgt. John Mattingly Describes the Details of the Breonna Taylor Raid

"Written a book that is 12 seconds in the dark, a police officer's firsthand account of the Brianna Taylor raid. The mainstream legacy line media would say that this was a no knock warrant. You guys burst in, you started firing and this woman was killed in her sleep or in her bed. When you tell us who Kenneth walker is and who Brianna Taylor was. Okay, Kenneth walker was Brianna's current boyfriend. Now the guy that she was associated with in this narcotics ring's name is JaMarcus clever. And that's an ex-boyfriend and on and off boyfriend that she still had very close ties to. Matter of fact, just in January 2 months prior to this incident, she had bailed him out of jail for the same thing drugs and guns that used her address for that. He used it that her address for his license for his registration of his vehicle for his phone service for his bank account. So everything tied those two together. However, she was dating Kenneth walker at the time. And he happened to be at her house that night. We didn't know he was there when we were going the Intel we had was very limited, and it said that they thought she was going to be alone. Breonna Taylor was she did work in the hospital's part time. They keep saying she was a nurse. She went to nurse. She was a, she had been certified as an EMT in early or late 2015. She only did that for 5 months and was fired by the city of Louisville with a no rehire, claws in there because a lot of rumors going around. I can't justify those rumors, so I won't, I won't say when we requested the information for her file, they refused to give it because they said they didn't want to disparage her name. All the while they threw us under the bus every chance they got. We're not going to talk about certain accusations. Let's just say, was it rumors of criminality or something she did inappropriately related to possible crimes? Well, all the guys I know that are taught in the EMS, even some of the higher ups say that there was accusations of selling narcotics from the ambulance. Wow. Or maybe transport them to JaMarcus Glover. But again, those are unsubstantiated rumors and I hate because of the way I've been treated for the last two years. I hate to paint somebody in that picture.

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Trish Sits Down With KeyCity Capital's Charlie Dombeck

The Trish Regan Show

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Trish Sits Down With KeyCity Capital's Charlie Dombeck

"I'm joined. Again, on the program by my friend Charlie DOM, great to have you back, Charlie from key city capital, who, by the way, has been predicting this, thinking that we were heading in this direction, maybe not as soon as it's happening, but at Charlie, you've been warning about this for quite some time. Give us your reaction to the GDP numbers. Yeah, so in the pandemic, in the early stages, we saw GDP decline, but we expected a recover. We got the recovery. This is a little bit different. We have been talking about this event since I have been working with you on your show. It was a bit unexpected by the markets, but not unexpected by us. And I believe we are in the early stages of an economic correction, potential economic recession. And here's the thing, we have not even experienced the significant interest rate increases at the Federal Reserve is poised to enact. And 13 out of the last 16 times the Federal Reserve increased interest rates, we ended up in a recession. And now you have major banks around the world predicting potentially very severe economic recession coming forward. Yeah. I mean, that was a new report out of Deutsche Bank, just this week. A couple of weeks ago, they said maybe it would be a mild recession. Now they're talking about a major recession. I don't know how the fed manages to move rates that much higher and not actually cause an economic

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Economists See Increasing Possibility of a Recession

The Trish Regan Show

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Economists See Increasing Possibility of a Recession

"Start first with this kind of schizophrenic market. I mean, I think that's the best way to describe it, right? This is like a form of schizophrenia here because the markets are suddenly higher despite a lot of the bearish signals that we've seen and both from tech companies and their earnings. You've seen bank reports, Deutsche Bank, recent one this week coming out warning of a major recession. We got the GDP report today, showing that the U.S. economy declined by 1.4%. And as I said, you get two quarters of that, and that is the definition of recession, two quarters of consecutive losses in growth, negative growth. But people seem encouraged and part of that reason may be maybe that they're thinking, well, the fed really can't do what it wants to do, right? I mean, the fed is not really going to be able to raise rates the way perhaps it had hoped in light of the negative numbers on GDP. It's also possible that they're looking at some of the consumer spending numbers and saying, well, you know, consumers seem to be holding up, okay? So maybe we'll get through this. I will say this, if Jerome Powell can pull this off, if we can avoid a recession, then he will go down as the greatest fed magician in history.

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How Coign is Fighting Woke Banks With Founder Rob Collins

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 2 weeks ago

How Coign is Fighting Woke Banks With Founder Rob Collins

"And with us right now is the founder of this effort, rob Collins, rob, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Glad to be on here. Want to give a shout out to my nephew, who's a member of one of your Georgia chapters at turning point. I was recently with him and he had a bunch of stickers on his computer and he's loud and proud and I love that I'm glad to be on the show. That's awesome. Well, congratulations on the launch. You guys are now public. So talk about the need. And there's a huge market out there to have kind of a non woke credit card. Yeah, I think stems from the fact that ten times a week, 40 times a month, 480 times a year per credit card, and the average American has four credit cards. Your commerce is being used as a weapon against you. And it's not reflecting your values. And I just think there's an opportunity where the largest conservatives are the largest ideological lock in America, yet we don't work together. We don't have a place where we can have a voice. And this is just an opportunity for us all to come together. Move our commerce through one vehicle. And not only increase our voice, but really, really bundle up millions of dollars, and hopefully be trillions, billions of dollars of commerce, and invest in conservative charities. We have a real challenge that people who give aren't listened to by corporate America, people who use their products, aren't listened to by corporate America. And the idea that we can have a credit card that is catered for conservatives but also invest in conservative charity is a huge opportunity and a huge advantage. I believe in the future to reassert our voice into corporate America. Yeah, so it's coin dot com.

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How Did US Elections Become So Fraudulent? Dinesh D'Souza Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

How Did US Elections Become So Fraudulent? Dinesh D'Souza Explains

"Though the level of criminal activity, it is nothing less than astonishing. When I saw the film and I have the privilege of being in the film because with me, a number of Salem radio hosts were in the film commenting on some of the information that we saw. But I just have to tell you, it is the level of crime that's astonishing to me. Now, this is not just a couple of people. This is something that was thoroughly planned involved thousands of people, thousands of people. How is it possible that we could live in a country where something like this has happened? I mean, the fact that you have it, you have the videotapes. You have all of the evidence. This is not conjecture. I wish it were. Part of me wishes it were, you know, and just an idea. But there's no question it happened. But my question to you is, how is it possible that this level of criminal activity fraud with the U.S. election could have happened in our lifetimes? How do we get to this place? I think I can answer that in two different levels. One is that a lot of the let's call institutional guardrails of our society have come crumbling down. We can't trust the FBI to investigate. We find secretaries of state who colluded in, let's just say, you know, reducing the signature requirements of the bank, which actually made it much easier to forge checks at the bank. So what you have is a whole political party, the Democrats who have traditionally, by the way, have been the party of voter fraud. They've been doing voter fraud since tammany hall in the 19th century. I think what makes the 2020 election different is there was a massive ramping up of the mail in ballots. And so this absentee ballot fraud, which is the most common type of fraud, normally affected two or 3% of an election because it was a small number of votes, but now you suddenly had large numbers of votes being cast by mail, the opportunity for ramping up the fraud became huge, and the Democrats couldn't avoid succumbing to the temptation.

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Deutsche Bank Warns of a Looming Major Recession

The Trish Regan Show

02:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Deutsche Bank Warns of a Looming Major Recession

"Right, I want to turn to another big one we're covering Deutsche Bank coming out and saying that there could be a major recession. I told you that. Probably a year ago. I actually have been very, very concerned about inflation as you well know, since July of 2020, I have echoed those concerns over and over and over and over again on this show, urging you course to be prepared for it, which is why we're going to talk about gold in just a moment. But I recently came out and said I did expect a recession, 85% chance anyway of a recession, because I don't know how the fed pulls this one off. I mean, they got to get a rabbit out of the hat somehow, you are telling me that you were going to stop printing all this money. You were going to raise interest rates, which makes everything more expensive, right? So businesses don't want to invest as much. People don't want to go out necessarily and buy that new house because it's going to cost a whole lot more for that new house because interest rates are higher. When you cause the price of money effectively to go up, it has a dampening effect on the economy. Now, best case scenario, the fed is watching this as they go along, right? They always wanted two to 3% inflation. I've always wondered why you even need a 3%, frankly. But I think the idea is you want a little bit, right? Just to incentivize people to be in markets and to do things in the here and now as opposed to waiting 5 years or ten years because there's the threat, the prices will go up. But somehow, this all got off track. They did what they needed to do in March 2020. And then they went crazy. And they just kept spending and spending and printing and printing to the tune of a $120 billion a month that they were buying of mortgage backed securities and treasuries in order to artificially suppress interest rates and keep the money spigot open. Well, now the chickens are coming home to roost, so to speak. And what a bad time. I mean, if it were normal time, maybe they could pull this off although I'd still argue it would be pretty challenging. But this is not a normal time. You get a whole bunch of other things going on. We are looking at worldwide inflation. We've got massive problems on the energy front in terms of what energy is going to cost us and our European allies. I mean, this is what you call one big old giant mess. And I would also add the historically, the fed has never been able to pull this off. Something Deutsche Bank, by the way, noticed in its notes. They said that history shows the fed has quote never been able to correct. Even smaller overshoots of inflation and employment quote without pushing the economy into a significant recession. I mean, I've looked back over the last 80 years. They've never been able to do it.

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Senator Marsha Blackburn Shares Her Insights on China

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Senator Marsha Blackburn Shares Her Insights on China

"Senator, you've been really good on China for years. We kind of taken our eye off China recently. They're re locking down, we don't know if they're going to take a move for Taiwan, but they're talking a big game. Anything that we need to know about China in recent news, our position towards China, what's your insight there? One of the things we know is you can not trust the Chinese Communist Party. I find it very interesting that China, Russia, Iran, North Korea. That is your new axis of evil. And you look at the China Russia relationship. And I don't think she should be paying is going to be believing Vladimir Putin the next time he says, hey, we're going to go take Ukraine. It's only going to take us about three days. We are in the 60 something days at this point with this fight. And people are rallying the global community is rallying to China. Here's the thing to watch, is China go into dump Russia and let them just be pushed back into Russia, or is China going to prop them up by their oil? Bank them with all the sanctions that are being put on

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Kash Patel and Sebastian Talk Cancel Culture and Paytriots.us

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Kash Patel and Sebastian Talk Cancel Culture and Paytriots.us

"Talk to me about cancel culture of average citizens, not just defamation. You have this service for concerted businesses. So unlike Mike lindell, you can't be canceled by your bank because you're conservative. It's patriots U.S.. It's payment processing. It protects conservatives. Will you just react to the libs of TikTok, Washington Post? Taylor Lorraine's phenomena. These people and I'm not talking about you being attacked by being attacked. I'm talking about this orthodox Jewish woman with an account that just shows the left for who they are. What do you talk to us about the fact that it looks like the mainstream media has no morals at all? No, no, they don't. Well, first of all, the fact that this tale or whatever person, her job title is influencer follower. I don't even, where do you go? What's school gives that degree now? Which woke institution of higher education now says you can go be an influencer. And of course, CNN hires her. So the influencer follows following. Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. Stoker. So they go out and what do they do? And that's why we have to build a whole ecosystem right on our side. It's not just, you got to put in rumble for YouTube. It's not just you got to put in truth social for any sort of Twitter or what have you. It's the payment processing. Trump got shut down, lindell got shut down, but mom and pop stores got shut down. Gun owners got shut down. They can not survive because the banks have come in and they've said, let me be clear for those of you who aren't following this. What he just said, Mike Flynn's wife had her credit cards canceled because she's general Flynn's wife. Not because she's bringing in Coke to the country for Hunter Biden to snort, but because she's married to Mike Flynn. This is real. In America. It's

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Dinesh D'Souza: How Will Republicans React to '2000 Mules?'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza: How Will Republicans React to '2000 Mules?'

"Dinesh have any state AGs attorneys general reached out to you about this I mean this seems like the kind of thing where if it were a GOP scandal which had led to the election of Donald Trump or reelection of Donald Trump it would be the front page of every newspaper They'd be calling for the guillotine How isn't this a bigger deal I mean you have the actual evidence in your film 2000 mules The obvious next step is going to be look we have the cell phone IDs of all these mules and that is to say law enforcement can easily identify them arrest them demand find out who paid you who made you do this and so this is a coordinated ring Dan right I mean there's no way that this could accidentally have occurred in all the key 5 states in heavily democratic districts using left wing organizations This is all a planned and coordinated activity So this is a huge story and you're right The big question now is what is the GOP going to do See in a place like Georgia right after the election Brian Kemp raffensperger they all came out and said the election is secure The election is secure Now they're going to see all this and they're going to be in a little bit of a difficult position The position of the bank manager who had the bank robbed from under him and now has to either fess up or sort of dig in and pretend like no no no no no nobody robbed the bank The money is in fact missing but nothing went wrong here So I'm going to be really curious to see how our own party how the Republicans react to this

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Elon Musk Is One Step Closer to Owning Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Elon Musk Is One Step Closer to Owning Twitter

"Out. Let's get to Elon Musk because I think it's increasingly likely that this guy gets Twitter as much as it's driving some people in certain circles quite crazy. I detailed yesterday. I went through the SEC filing and I looked at what the actual financing looked like. There is a new development I'm going to get to that just momentarily because it looks like he's creating a holding company that could apparently be for maybe three companies. Anyway, let's talk about the money. He's got 25 and a half $1 billion from banks, led by Morgan Stanley, so Morgan Stanley, who is his adviser, investment banker in this. And they've gone out and worked with other banks to get him the financing 25 and half $1 billion lined up from the banks. Now, part of that is a margin loan against his shares of Tesla, 12 and a half $1 billion. Margin loan against Tesla don't forget Tesla has just been killing and earnings of 81% the other day. Not entirely clear whether that upside can continue only because of the supply chain problems that have been going on. But again, Tesla just really, really doing well proving, I would say once again, the brilliance, the brilliance of Elon Musk. $21 billion is going to come out of his own pocket. He's shelling out 21 billion of his own money for Twitter. This is how much he cares about this project, which makes sense. You look at some of the other things that he's been in and whether it be the EV industry, which has been obviously important to him, whether it's the SpaceX, another industry, clearly clearly very important. In his view, it is important to own Twitter because this is otherwise threatening in his view to democracy. He's described Twitter and did this the other day on a TED Talk as effectively the town square. And so he wants to edge on the side of allowing a lot of speech, a lot of diverse speech as opposed to immediately shutting it down and you know where I stand on that. So I think he's got a really good shot at getting this company. The flip side would be does somebody else say, wait a second, we just don't want him to have it. And so we're going to partner up and get all the money we can and make this absolutely impossible for him to take Twitter out.

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"i bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Run for office they don't just walk in On a school board. They need to be like you know talked into it and same with directing in any of these sort of big leadership jobs. Often women needs to be asked right. They don't put themselves up for the promotion baid hope somebody promotes them But i will say that. I also the other side of that is that the stakes for women are higher. The consequences of not getting it right are higher for women. I think there is a a real fear that is rooted in our culture. That if you do a bad job does it. Yester- chance and you blew it. And so i wanna recognize that for women to like that that the those steaks feel really high and i get it. I felt it to isolate. And i understand it is it is a impediment to asking for more more money more resources to do things because when we mess up you know they don't they don't let it go. You know it's not like they don't but then at the same time you and i have both had hit and misses in october is and carried on and the well actually stop turning and i think that's also important so yes it is real that we will be shamed maybe a bit more for we will be judged harsha for it and the standards are higher for us to meet at the very very start. We give men more of an opportunity to learn to be apprentices to kind of Work their way up slowly. And then we kind of sometimes dr- panic realized ono. We've not represented this minority or women onto which going to throw one end quickly like wh the deep end. And if she doesn't swim if she sinks a toll then that was confirmation that we shouldn't have ever had a woman in that role or person with disability in that role or modernized person of any kind. They use confirmation bias. And so what's so important. Is that you recognize the system..

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"i bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"I'll never forget that interview. That i mean. Obviously we don't know her anymore but trump when he said again. I think there should be some punishment for the woman. And what about the man because he's also partners like no. I don't think any punishment for them. Extra it was one of the things. I think i've ever seen on television. I was like wow. You're saying that in the in the northeast on television. Like that's genuinely how you feel. That's extraordinary and so many people breeding really fucking powerful. People agree with you. So how can anyone out there. Who's maybe just learning about. What a potential serious nightmare and how how very possible. This is to happen in the united states. This could happen. This could this could pretend this is not. It's not out of the round possibility. It was only a matter of decades ago that we first were able to with roe v. Wade make it something that was accessible and safe. I think the important thing should support. How do we those yet. well i know he should. You should support this. Abreu productive writes It's at repo rights on all the social needs But the the other thing is and if you follow me on social media. I post about it pretty regularly. There's there are other organizations. Who are doing that. But the and you can also support emily's list's which advocates for electing a pro choice female office at every level of government so state government all the way up through the federal government. And i find that just even doing that is enough It's important number to that. One in four women will access abortion in their life. So this isn't some rare thing. The other thing is it's made out like it's super controversial. That roe v wade you know. There's so many people are. It's something like eighty percent of americans believe that abortion should remain and legal and safe and the other thing to remember. Is that when you When when abortion becomes illegal. That doesn't mean abortion. Goes away and ends. It just drives abortion underground and makes it way less safe for women to to access and also that this is In the time that we're in right now. And i think everybody's trying to do their anti racism work in their you know their understanding about what systemic issues You know this is absolutely one of them because if you are in. The view are live in certain communities. Abortion is going to. you'll be able to find what And this disproportionately access to abortion or lack thereof. Disproportionately affects low income women women and marginalized communities across america in every community. And so this is also just. It's part of a larger ideas. Is my point confront controls. Gloria steinem talks about this all the time that it's like. Well i always. One of the first moves to. Fascism is to take control of women's reproductive rights and control that buddies eight men have ownership over. Yeah and you know women have been sort of taking care of this since there have been women you know there was family planning always you know you had a baby to carry it. You wanna caravan. You've made sure you didn't have a baby until battling could walk or somebody else could carry it you know. The village was always a part of this and So i this isn't new the other the other thing. It's it's there's a whole history to the abortion rights movement in america in it's very obviously politically motivated and and You know doesn't actually reflect a lot of people's understanding about equality and and morality no but the The minority who believe that we have this rights up very loud. I'm cory latins gently in their papers. There's a headline last week and they'd written. I can't believe this is legal. You know when. You're just too exhausted to sue where they'd written..

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"i bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Hello and welcome to another episode of way with me. Let jamal. i hope you're well 'cause you know who isn't me tonight. I to fight us right out of fight at a fistfight with an instant pop. I don't know if you know what those are. They are electric. Slow cooking boston's and you have to lock your food in and then cook it for a couple of hours and come back to it and it's supposed to give you a food when it's done cooking but mine didn't so we had a bit with tussle. Burned me on has decided to continue holding my food. i'll stage. It will give my fate. And now i'm hungry and i have no other food in of trying to be an adult and start cooking my staff because i've been living on cheese enticed and take-out pizzas and Because james and my flatmates away. No one's head to make me live up to adult standards. So i've just gone like full. Eating chinese takeout in my pants and watching terrible rum comes and dancing disco baptize singing so loud and so badly in the shower not really cheap putting anything away the floor drope all my clothes on the floor have already done the washington wile kitchen's very clean but he's excited child any use the microwave on the toaster made scrambled eggs in the microwave. Lack of with the other day was running late for work. Needed some good protein than facts. And yeah pretty sure. There was no protein By the time it was done being subjected to the nuclear bomb technology. That is a microwave. Anyway i decided to try and grow up tonight on. This is what happened was attacked by an instant. Poll to never again. I'm going straight back to takeout and cheese on toast lifestyle from tomorrow and no one's hits. The judge may not to even know part from the father..

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"i bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Because then we begin to mimic. Actually the functions of government should be doing. Yeah we can grow it enough that it becomes like a mini government than we can. Stop having you know gosh. Stop having a an impact way bigger scale so we're always looking at structures like whether it be a storytelling structure whether it be a social enterprise structure but that can deliver like result in some kind to a specific audience so like the bank job is about the result. Is that a show. You what happens inside you know. Under the bonnet of the economy in power is like a show you what the true dynamics of energy and energy distribution and and the relationship between energy and control in a way to talk about politics. And that's kind of cool too so so we kind of we've getting a method i. There's a method developing. Have you decided on what your film Is going to be in power in the bank draw. That was obviously. The italian job took to a low of solar punks right now. Okay and like the aesthetic of solar punk is still very much being fooled. And it's not you know it's something that moves people. There are some amazing writers tomorrow with some livestreams and we have one of the writers in solo punt movement in the livestream on our page on facebook. Hauer is called pilot film. I think facebook so we're really interested in that genre. I'm not hundred set. Show because like i really liked genre of solar punk but you know it's very much like a kind of losch vision of the world's You know it's not cyber punky. Which is doc can Edgy and distortion solo. Punk is quite utopian is full of the plants hanging across In cities it seems as if in a lot of soul upon this calls it seems as if the future was the terrible future which we will anticipate to arrive somehow was the rial. The knicks likes the softer future was given to us a not snow. One thing that. I'm not sure about about it right now. There's no television sets going out the window. You know in sola punk right now breaking anything setting off bombs you know everything. Everything's just been sort of miceli arrived at somehow. And i think that's what happened before this this wealth because it kind of just been lots of nice people having compensation soon so i guess i i guess there's something that we're trying to grapple with but we're also quite interested in decentralizing the way that we make this film the next film because whereas like bank job was a lot more like men. Hillary working shutout together. You know filming ourselves and then going to the community in the rest of it if you think about that like the The power of the authorship very much resided with me and hillary Not you know. It's very complex. When it comes to film making when you start talking about decentralizing the power structure of the way of film is made. Because they you know filmmaking you know As a form as ways being direct to let you know you want to have a a movie is directed you know you can almost think of nothing worse than the the film that has no central vision and yet at the same time. The essence of a green new deal is about twenty encourage participation. Will this is what i feel. It should be anyway know across all sectors of society Really keen to try. And you know bring in lots..

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"i bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"They're all these individual steps that you can take as a human being to help alleviate this problem but ultimately if nothing changes at the governmental corporate level nothing's going to change substantially in the end. So you like documentaries. Which which remind us the the fact got you know. We need the actions that we take need to be larger in scale than the level of personal thing definitely but you know one of the problems that we face. I often think the american prisoner Like case studies the going on similar political trajectory in away white slightly out of sync one of the big challenges that we face can britain. Right now is quite extreme right-wing governments Who stripping away the the processes of democracy united For instance trying to change You know the way votes saw delivered in counted in favor said the come the next general election it will be easier for them to stay in power but already this at very the playing field is already skewed massively in a favor because they have you know. Billionaire owned You know Media system largely and everyone's in debt. You know today affectively so so we already have a very imbalanced situation so the question that needs well. Maybe we do need to look at scale and have the governments have a government that can intervene on behalf of the ninety eight percents of the ninety nine percent however the likelihood of that happening soon sunny in britain is not likely and in america and the massively strong strong but very regressive center you know in britain and in america of the problem is the kind of solutions that we need the problems of the presenting themselves to us right now a new intense that the senate has lyles's follows aena Center on the center right out the political ground. So what do we do is to be questioned if we cannot wait full government action because the government kind of show that they won't act or you know you've got rid of trump but how far will it go you know now And in britain. We've no idea we have a labor government..

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"i bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"And welcome to write the baths. I'm your host aerial baske- and i am happy to welcome you to a conversation about a new documentary that has just been premiered at hot. Docs that is the bank job and here to discuss it with me director daniel. I really enjoy about bank. Shah is that you go in talking about occupy wall street and start out talking about all of these different ideas that you explored from other areas like new york talking to strike dead in credit accuracy. And all your work exposing the secondary debt market place. I think it's fascinating the way in your documentary. You're able to kick directly. Take on debt as a concept an an issue in a way that absolutely nothing from the big shorts to all of the people who've supposedly told us the easy breakdown of it have managed to do and you've provided a simple guidebook for relieving the nation's debt and it's kind of amazing one of the big struggles for me as a filmmaker on a unfit hillary as an artist i think on this project was the initial problem just finding a structure that could bring the story to life or if maybe structures run. Words genre may be is that i like. There was an attempt to turn into a kind of this. Tug paean superhero drama. Not with me that tonight to wearing cape you know i was going to look. Filmmaker goes into debt to try and save the world from debts. That was going to be the best idea. It wasn't really until we heard about produce money out of thin From from strike debts book. But it wasn't it didn't hit home enough for a while and then it was like. Oh my goodness. The printing of banknotes is great. Doing that is a useful metaphor useful device. Really pulling this whole thing today. it's not gonna wait deconstructing than reconstructing a new configuration in a in a way so there is on one level like said kind of handy Kind of is like a handy guide. But for how to do that in your own Could do the same in your community kind of if you watch the bank job but that doesn't really work like scaling up my safely because if you start to buy up that Any stop buying deaths in the secondary market relatively cheap. You know yes. It does help some people but it doesn't necessarily definitely doesn't challenge the structures john indebting people in the first place they will not level. It's not necessarily a scalable solution but it's an interesting way of looking into the problems and beginning to ask questions about what the solution is. You know As well as a way of educating and it's a way of opening conversation now it's a wonderful way of opening conversation and then where you end up in terms of actually challenging the status quo. I mean one of the things that. I always find so interesting about documentaries that i've been watching about climate change as well as documentaries about the financial crisis is always that i feel like the most successful ones are the ones that eventually get to the point. That says yes. It's great..

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"i bank" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on SmartLess

"Right now singly. Now jason sing though your song. That was great and wonderful. Because if we don't talk about us on we have to pay for fame and what is wonderful thing. Stop singing start talking. What is what is the on. That song is from from hair. No that's from fame for. That's what i meant. Yeah hey how about you remake fame. I remember that. I write with our tomorrow. That was that alan parker. Oh that's a great segue. That is because i talk about fame on my podcast. My body my podcast exclusively on audible and because fame literally rocked my life when i saw fame in so many ways and not because of his about a group of people who like really wanted to pursue the Live in the at to work in the ads It was live forever. Who wanted to learn how to fly because of those things. Even though it was inspired no is because irene cara is topples a movie if you guys remember that part oh we do never knew that well they you know there was always the tv version. I got to watch. I got to watch it on. Hbo back in the day. When h was like a new old enough. I was in the theater and we say and we got like we. I'm my family can never afford. Hbo but we would get the free weekends. And i'm pretty sure. Hp that that It was on one of the free weekends. So i watched it. And irene. Cara is topless and i do an entire pockets up. I'm not. I'm not joking. Every episode is about fame. Yeah i was being about iron. Cara specifically i was being bullied back then was really skinny and i was very behind puberty. I still am coming along. This is the whole point. They never came along. The divorce tool has dropped never came along. And i was being bullied by this girl in erica and she heard the insult that she hurled a meeting after school. Which you out on the way home was you're gonna have cone boobs and i didn't know what that meant like like like Madonna's madonna truth or dare come out yet. That wasn't the thing i didn't know. A cone shaped boob was at the time. Because i just looked at sports illustrated swimsuit edition those rawal row. Nobody comes in sports illustrated and And then i saw irene cara and she she has very she had. I don't know. I haven't seen her body in a very long time. But in fame when she was topless she had some very adorable Small breasts that were little conical. And i kind of freaked out. I was like that's what the bully meats and And i was like that might. Okay got to me and at the time. Those were unacceptable boobs. Why i mean what why all our then makes no sense so dumb. It makes sense. Of course everybody's oranges every body beautiful. And so that the podcast really is about how like why these things seep into our brains and why we get this messaging that like you should look like the cover of sports illustrated rive never been able to fill out that bikini top on. Okay you guys at my very first big move. That you mentioned was what had american summer i show up. David wayne's like we weren't as bikini. I guess it on. And then the first agent i ever met in la not zion. Newark agent as i said when i went to l. a. and i interviewed this agent. I won't name him but he was like if you're not getting boob job. Oh lord is he still in the business. Yeah is he still in. The business was like well big gigs. Kinda up 'cause. I made this movie. What had american summer that. I'm sure tons and tons of people are gonna see by the way. No one saw that movie for like twenty years. Like everyone's gonna see this movie. And i'm already in a bikini tops alike now. I think it'd be weird if i like. Subtly like hop a d. cup after just showing off these little babies times is going to write a story a back leg. It's going to become a thing. And i can't have that happen. Meanwhile all i was thinking to myself was no. I'm not having surgery. And i don't know why we're talking about it. Fucking kidding fucking. it's not even just. Hollywood is just this environment we live in. I have like body dismore yet. Myself cones will remake. It don't remake. now it's perfect. Don't you think that like for people who hold onto things like that. Obviously that had an effect on you and somebody else said that to you and you held onto it for such a long time. Isn't it funny at some point at some age. I don't know what it is. We go close. I hold on like who gets shit about any of that cares. I like me. I like my body. Whatever i mean surely luckily you you hit fuck it like like fifteen years ago right. I hit fuck it. I'm still working. Fuck it. But i'm almost there by the way i remember one of the first places i went on the warner brothers lot. I was walked past. All of your porsches on will and grace like people didn't hate us already. yeah man. that's that's the life. I sold mine in nineteen sean sold his but it was like nineteen ninety nine just to so will and grace became a hit. The same thing happened to will and grace has happened to friends. Which was we became a hit when they had reruns over the second summer. So the network recognized this to award us reward us. They gave us like four porsches for the cast now. And you're like. Oh wow that's it's it's incredible and then you add up how much it costs for an ad in the usa today and it was too biased. For porsches was cheaper than an ad and we got more press from getting the cars. I i always said to our friend who ran into silverman when he ran. Nbc go back to giving dumb actors cars because it's way less than a fucking raise and they're gonna thank you forever and every time you negotiate. They're going to say like yeah but they must be nice to me. So i don't wanna push it. I must say though. It was very nice generous thing. But yeah sean. I remember when you got those. When you got those portions and as as actors. I was in the same position i was living in new york coming out to. La at work. When i could and whatever and they're like and then i got a pilot was on a show and you guys were on the air and did a show for. We got cancelled after two episode two airings. Call the mike o'malley show so we were at the up front with you. Guys like the the makes the best in in low. Yeah my first of all. Just a second for mike. O'malley when all time greats when all time.

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"i bank" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

08:23 min | 11 months ago

"i bank" Discussed on SmartLess

"Sean. Are you aware of of the damage. It that blue light can do to. Your is like these blue blocker about talking about the computer light like at night or something correct. Yeah bendon rob have blue light blue blockers on and I have glasses that my kids wear. Sometimes when they're on their screen bought it for our kids. To and and i just don't know or amanda did and our case don't see we don't have kids together. I keep trying to tell you that. Keep denying we don't wait a minute. Is it really true. Because i like. I had a doctor friend of mine. Say that like don't look at the laptop when you're in bed or the phone because keep you up or it doesn't make me sleep. We'll see but rob just told me that it drains you So does he does during myer. Does it keep you up. Does it destroy your is looking to screen like at least thirty minutes before you go to bed it. It affects your sleep because it has to do with Brain activity although you guys should be. You're not seeing yourself up for an online. We're not going to see a lot of brain activity if we haven't seen any yet all of a sudden surge or maybe too much blue light. When i was a kid could be. Maybe that's the problem something. What time you guys go to bed. I need better sleep hygiene. I need to start going to bed at same is disgusting but what what does that mean what you sleep dirty. What do you know sleep hygiene is just making sure you sleep better like a better yourself routine is called sleep hygiene. What do you guys sleep in. You guys sleep in chinese pajamas. And one of those kind of like cohn pajama hats. A little tassotti with the fetus. Candle i carry my candle. The dead with a hand in front of it so the wind does tv. He looks like a tv husband from the nineties. In in like in like pajama bottoms. In a in a nondescript t-shirt sure right yeah kids. Let's shut those lights out or half hour pasture bedtime. No you're supposed to by the way. This is what i read between ten pm and two. Am is when the best sleep is supposed to happen. I don't know how your body knows the our time. But that's what i heard. It sounds like a weird website. Well you know. According to folger's the best part of waking up. Yeah the best. Hey no for real though. What time do you want to get your guest. We have an incredible guest. Who's being very patient. But what do you stay jason. What time do you go to bed. I go to bed at a probably no later than ten thirty then then. That's that's where it's really gotten away from me sean. Okay so wait. Listen just because you said that. When i did the kenny rogers christmas tour and he sang He was able to make this along and can't he used to sing christmas in america. America the this time of year right. We'd be backstage. And he would go christmas in america and we would go is full. Jews in your he was he was right though. Kenny was right. Hair comes islands in the stream. That is what we are. You know who wrote that song dolly parton nope the bg jennifer warren. The bg's yeah glad we've got some extra openers. I realized that i would describe. Our guest is an island in the stream is person is a is a true eddie brooke shields of chita rivera. No no not guessing not just the cast of the blue lagoon man. So i guess is a multi hyphen it or just a multi-talented person who i. I became aware of in film from the early two thousands. That was very popular at the time. There's directed by a guy called david. Wayne it was a movie co went out american summer. She then went on to play in a million movies Some of the biggest hits but then became an incredible director. I got to know her during the lego movies Really got to know her and then she went on started directing his she. She directed is now the biggest gross opening ever for first time director with pitch perfect to this person. Not a lot of people know this but you are the wife of david cross. We just learned on our episode with david. I was just listening to david cross. I've said he said that his wife who i think sean you said that. That's that's true. Actually david cross are husband and wife. How eagle is not a legal thing. Now look at the lizard. Haven't seen for a long time. I'm sorry i'm such a disappointment. After you're hoping brooke shields just listen can have love for everybody. We have loved happy. You're here you're one of those people. I always feel like when i see you. You make me smile. I'm always happy to see. Yeah it's you're also one of those rare fines in hollywood a girl who's absolutely unbelievably hilarious and unbelievably gorgeous at the agreed love agreement. You're calling me a girl. Sean is the greatest compliment that you could be an listener. This is the first time. I think anybody's ever worn something halfway decent to do. She's got a very nice blouse on share contra hair. It's not for you guys. I'm going to be totally honest. I had another thing before this. I wish i was in my pyjamas. Like the footed the jam. What was the thing. Can you say. I was doing a panel. That stacey snider is another big wig business four. We both went to the same university and we did a panel for an election alumni thing for penn. Unc university of pennsylvania aren't school. I went to penn yes. I went to pan in philadelphia and so two stacey snider so did a lot of bunch of hollywood types and steve graduated with honors. Did you not i. Who's done some research. Will the wikipedia page. come on. tell us well on the wicky wicky. i don't make maybe there's some latin words that are incredible on my degree. Yes they was. Your was your degree in in theater. Or in communications in also theater but Yeah the school. They're not a big theater arts program at penn. Come ask you question here. Because i did not go to come as a surprise to a lot of people but i don't here it is this. Is this a good dumb question from a good dumb guy. How hard is college. And i mean. What an episode. Thanks for joining us. I do. I do mean it now. From what i understand i this is not a bit okay first of all. I didn't even graduate high school. I dropped out of college. It should be noted but my understanding that there are two years of general. Ed where right which is sort of the college level history college level english college level math. That's for two years. Which sounds like a nightmare. Okay and then. The last two years is my understanding. Is that you get to study your minor and your major so you know i want to become a roofer or i wanna become you know whatever the hell it is you. I'm just saying you can kick whatever occupation you want and study your yards off about it. And there's there's no there's so that sounds fun but those first two years sound really difficult. Is that the way it goes now. Really i mean why question i know but let me say this harder. I'm kind of with. I'm kind of with jason. Because you know this long kind of idea about is college her necessary. You really does any additional.

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"i bank" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

The Convo with Kisha

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"i bank" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha

"Light, and the other one talks about how to stop contain yourselves to others. I'll. That's good. So that if I go compilation. Both. Yes ma'am Oh okay. Outcry in having job get together to do that. Way just on that each other through networking. The author in writing networking son. Okay death cool in when did you say that's coming out that timber. A you know September recycle. Right around the corner. L. It is yeah. I like. Maybe. Like five weeks or something. Crazy like where? One hundred fifty days La. This year because I heard about that through a friend of mine on facebook. Yes. If like this year I, think like March Seen Lake. The is month or maybe it was April thing like it just dragged for. Long and then we get to the other months and this is just like speeding through. Like just beating Kim. And now, the year is almost over we have so much going on some you know there have been happening for us. So what has how has any of the current events? You know Kobe, the social unrest how has any of that affected your writing or or even your business? I think as as affected may not main able to make like a like a physical appearance to where to go and speak and talk about my books and be able to have a book signing and a physical bookstore and so forth and so. I had to take everything I was doing you know to Oman space. So actually ended up networking with a group of weather from the Augusta area. So we all kind of together the virtual vendor where we got showcasing a Prada SA- talk about them and why we do what we do. So that was a lot of fun being able to. Get to know a different group ladies and just be able to. Form Friendships Online. So right cool. Right and that's mainly how we're having to communicate with people now like. We just can't get together right We cannot get together. So we're GONNA have do like being. Really creative and you know genius ways to connect with others and you know do different things with others because we can't is not thanks go anywhere. You know some places have shipped back down anyway you know we definitely WanNa, you know stay in, keep you know ourselves and others. Safe. So that was a really good. You know way for you to connect with others and you know to do other things and also just to keep yourself you know visible. During this time because that is so hard. Especially when you're used to make public appearances, it used to being on different platforms than now. It's kind of difficult unless they have something virtual. Right is me at how hard to be able to do that. So I think it's awesome that you stay invisible. For people to see you. Yes for sure. On there. So tell us how can we hurt Jewish any of your books? So you can purchase my.

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"i bank" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"i bank" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"Month they had several plus members. Share an article with me. That was published in the Atlantic titled Becoming Bank Collapse. The subtitle was the US. Banking System could be on the cusp of calamity this time. We might not be able to save it. Article was written by Frank Partnoy. He's a law professor at UC Berkeley. That's a pretty ominous title. We WanNa look at the article as well as the state of US banks and banks around the world. Should we be worried given the pandemic is the banking system poised to collapse. I was especially interested in the article, because it came out right after I had increased my allocation to stocks and added a preferred stock et after the money for the rest of US plus model portfolios. The particular preferred stock after us by shares has about twenty six percent allocated to banks and banks are on the cusp of this calamity that does not bode well for preferred stocks. In the article, Partnoy is particularly worried about banks exposures to an esoteric security. A collateralized loan, obligation or see Elo. We Discussed Sea Ellos back in episode two six in May twenty eighteen. collateralized loan obligations are asset backed securities issued by special purpose vehicles or s peeves. The S P V purchases leveraged loans which are non investment grade bank loans that have been syndicated. A, bank will make a loan to a Non Investment Grade Company, a higher risk company and then sell that loan into the marketplace. Many of those purchasers are Clo's is over a trillion dollars of leveraged loans outstanding. and. Most are held as part of these collateralized loan obligation structures. The way it works. Is that s? Cells, debt and equity securities that comprise to see yellow. Those securities are backed or collateralized by the leveraged loans. The CEELO has multiple layers tranches that are sold separately. The debt layers are rated by credit quality, so the senior layer is triple A.. There are lower rated debt layers known as mezzanine layers, and then there's an equity layer which is unrated. The payments on the underlying leverage loans, those payments are pooled together and flow in order. The first payments go to the senior AAA layer then to the lower rated layers, and then finally to the equity layer. That is known as they waterfall. The debt tranches are over collateralized debt ACL Oh might have issued five hundred million dollars in debt securities as part of the L O that are backed by six hundred and twenty five Million Dollars Worth of leveraged loans with the Additional One, hundred, twenty, five million in loans funded from selling the equity trunch. Each Cielo about one hundred and fifty to two hundred and twenty-five loans. And because the leverage loans, themselves are floating rate notes. Their interest rates will fluctuate as short term. Interest rates change the debt tranches within a cll are also floating rate, so there's some protection if interest rates rise. Now because of this waterfall structure, the equity tranches takes the first losses, then the lower rated debt tranches, and finally if it gets to that this senior triple, a. rated debt trench suffered losses. That hasn't happened before. The SNP does a global Cielo report looking at default rates. From Nineteen ninety-six to twenty, eight eighteen overall default rates for CEELO's was zero point five percent. The worst vintage year was sea ellos issued in two thousand eight. there. The default rate was one point seven percent. There have been no defaults in CEELO's issued between two thousand, nine and two thousand eighteen. And from that one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two thousand eighteen period, there has never been a default for the triple eight trunch, and only one default for the AA trunch. Now as you know, we are in a pandemic and defaults within the High Yield Bond and leveraged loan space is increasing. Fitch estimates the twelve month default on leveraged loans is four percent, and that more than two hundred billion dollars of leveraged loans will default through year end twenty, twenty one. Adequate to a two year cumulative default rate of fifteen percent. Just because leverage loans are defaulting doesn't mean all the different tranches of a coo is experiencing a default. So a report on the wall, Street Journal from mid May that showed about ten percent of Cielo managers have been diverting cash flow away from equity investors and going to the debt tranches, which means there have been default that are starting to impact that junior equity trunch. What is different from this cycle, though is leveraged, loans are more risky and we discussed that in episode to a six. The covenants on these loans are less restrictive. The credit quality is lower. The financials are weaker and so we should expect defaults to increase. Question is will see a low default and other defaults and other loans impact banks to where we should be worried about our savings or investments that we might have in banks. In banks securities. Including their common stock and their preferred stock.

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"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hi Melissa on a Farris Hi Hi. I'm here with Elizabeth. Thanks Hi Melissa. Hi Elizabeth how are you doing? Are you you guys on lockdown? Well I Have been being essential for whatever reason so. I'm still going to work but my children are home right now until April twenty fourth of the new date. Oh my goodness. How old are your kids? I have an eleven year old and a nine year old. Ooh there are kind of going crazy right now and driving me insane. But that's Okay. It's part of the deal you know. Yeah I know it's kind of where we are all at well. I hope you're seeing safe and healthy. Melissa I am trying. Thank you for working time. That must be really difficult to be juggling all these things. Oh my gosh. This is such a nice wonderful little you know amidst everything going on this is so wonderful. Thank you guys so much for having me. Tell my little story. Let's hear it. Can we hear it well? Long Story Short. I've been with this guy for seven years and they're still no ring. They're still know anything. And you know it is definitely something that I expressed that I wanted earlier on. I am divorced. I got divorced when I was twenty nine and we started dating. Oh like a year and a half later at first. It was very casual. I wasn't planning on turning into anything and then it did and then you know. After some time passed. He met my kids. Which was you know that is very hard to do. And of course my kids love him and he's so amazing to my children and to me to be fair you know. He's a great guy. You guys live together. Yes and that's kind of kind of on the flip side of things as we're arguing the house right now okay. Well won't let me just say that it is my house. I after my divorce I really never thought I would be able to buy my own home again but I made it happen and it's just mine. That was Kinda.

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"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I think we've loosely sort of framed. This is how would you proceeds in terms of directing okay. I know what that means. I'm so curious. Well let's say so. You have spent four hours setting up for a big action sequence and ripe before you guys are about to roll sons down. Whatever your lead actor comes up and says I don't know why my character would say this so I've been on that I've been in those moments and here's the thing that is work that athletes should it needs to be done by you. That is literally your fucking job as an actor is to figure out why you do things and that work needs to be done long before you show up to the set. I love that you're looking at me. Dirk hardcore because you probably know. I've done that ship before without meaning to but it makes me fucking crazy when actors do that. It makes me insane. I've been on. I won't name names but I've been on sets. Were that exact surly four hours set up. Two hundred background extras or standing around. It's you know it's freezing out. They call everybody to set and then suddenly the lead actor and the director to go to the trailer conversation about why he's doing something and the answer literally is like 'cause we already shot see we already shot a and this is literally just be and we just need to connect a NC. It's infuriating like people have families go home to like. Get Your Shit together. Do your work before he shop to set. Okay let's say you're financier is dating this gal named Bernie and you are kind enough to give her a line on the day of her. Seen Wardrobe comes up to you and says the very unique does not want to wear the red dress that she'd already been fitted tailored in and it's not her thing. I love how. How big your recent discussing? So far has been scenario in my life. Actually when I think I would do in. That situation is first of all. I want everyone to come to set feeling great and confident so with wardrobe hair and makeup. That's usually a conversation I have. How do they feel on it now? I can't have somebody come to set in a blue dress. Win The whole backgrounds. Blue or like the readdress is a story point like she's gotTa wear the Red Dress. That's a different scenario. This amaze just like I feel bad in this and I don't feel confident. I don't know how I can do it. People are very insecure especially young or inexperienced people in every industry by the way. I'm not even just saying that of actors right like you have to get up and give a presentation tomorrow. It's your first time in front of the boss in Blah Blah Blah and. You're like sweating through your blazer and you feel like you tried on seventeen outfits right. That's that's the same scenario that this is that this is. I would just want that person to feel confident coming to set. And then at the end of the day I would know because it's the it's like the finances girlfriend that I'm probably editing. That line out of the film anyway. So so it's not a big deal. It's an N. B. C. D. Her line is I really think we gotta get Outta here now. Oh well that sounds like I might need it but I can later okay. Would you feel like doing some line rates? Ooh cliche movie quotes. Let's bring you back to the days of auditioning. Oh God okay. I'll be cast injector just going to simply read you a series of lines okay. All right We use late for US shirt. Hi I'm Elizabeth Banks. I'm five five a side after and yes I will cut my hair. Thank you so much Elizabeth. Your first line is what are you doing here? What are you doing here? I'd like to take back. What are you doing here? That's good I would imagine. This is also somebody that you are overjoyed to see. Sorry I it's okay. It is a horror movie. It's fine okay. What are you doing here? Okay the next one is. You've got to be kidding. You've gotta be kidding. I know you wanted the German accent. I love the German accent but I also wanted to be truly like this person has just come up with like solving something in cry. You know what I mean like Ernest. Okay Okay Germany Ernest. I'm going to you doing here. What are you doing here for three Dunia? I think that was very sexy. Do want you to do. You've got to be kidding. Oh that's right. Sorry I was on the wrong though. That's Okay No. I'm glad you have the first line down. You've got to kidding me. You've got to be kidding me. Okay no me. Because it's not about you can p. I can see that you and I are laughing. And no one else is gonNA realize. And they're just going to be like. Why is this makes a weird accent on this? My guess what is happening. What about why am I not surprised question? Mark Why am I not surprised? Why am I not surprised? Oh that's good. I know you do a lot of animation right. Yeah voices I love doing it I do too but don't you find it? It's hard. It's such an amazing job for many reasons if you work for four hours but I'm beat after it are. Do you find yourself total like creating a character kind of by yourself trying to round out the vocals. It's an intensive process. Yes it's exceedingly intensive. You have to bring so much to it because you're not you can't rely on anything else right so there's no one to bounce off of their zone with you. It's why so what I was going to say is I love. I do a three in a row every single time. Some always like. You've gotta be kidding. You'VE GOTTA BE KIDDING. You've got to be kidding you're like. Oh my God did we get it please generous? I was promoting my first animated movie and I said basically something similar to that like well you know it was it was like how was it. I was you know I know everyone talks. About what an amazing job it isn't it is but it was also more difficult than I thought and she said well it's not like you're digging ditches and I you know my memory. The audience stood up and clapped I. That's what happened to my memory in that moment like of course it's like an amazing job and I'm not in. Yeah but that implies so that we can never talk about what we do and I think. That's a bummer. I know you're right. You're right that's an interesting way to put it because there is that feeling of especially during this time to there's this feeling of like we're so fortunate to have a bunch of you know can chilly and Yeah Pasta and our pantry and toilet paper although Brennan Pretty Low on the paper towel situation. We just ordered bamboo toilet paper because the only thing we could or I don't know I haven't touched it. I everything that comes to the house. I pretend is like radioactive has to stay in the garage for like a week. Yeah 'cause that's were that's how wide I'm crazy today. I know I know Okay wait so that I wanted to ask you to the. Oh if there was a young like eighteen year old sensitive ingenue. Who has been late every day for the first week of Shooting League How do you deal with that as a leader? Because when I did House bunny I mean I wasn't directing it or anything but I did have a pretty sweet trailer Elizabeth. Douglas get that trailer again. I have no doubt you're number one on the call and number one on the call. Sheet is a really important raw on a set. It's like it's it sets the tone for the entire film set. How would you deal with that kind of scenario? I'm sure you've had to deal with the managing of sensitive personalities. Like all across the board. I think communication is what you try to do. Would you pull that person? Aside like how how private of course I mean I usually try and bring a producer. Someone else in to the conversation so it doesn't feel unless that would feel like it's gang up because I think that's never good either but I think being able to try and meet that person where they are. It's almost always insecurity. It's almost always something's going on so right that is not about the movie it. Some personal insecurities going on or like you know. I've not been in a situation where someone's being harassed or like they don't. WanNa come.

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"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I think that's the other thing that for me at least again is like that sense of camaraderie and all these sort of anecdotes. What I love about the moment into there's very few things that I about. Social Media and the data aggregate of the world but one of the things. I love is because of big data. Everyone all of these things that were like. Maybe this is happening. You know maybe women are being a harasser and then it's like no no he take a quick poll. Hashtag me to look it up. We've all been harassed at work right. And so there's no way anymore for those in power to ignore the aggregate of big data level right. It's like you can't just dismiss it as sort of like well. That's one girl. That's something that happened officer. That was one guy who got accused. It's like guys. This is a systemic problem. That is deep end rooted in the way that we set up our world and when we to sort of acknowledge it and try and get through it and passed it. I think that's the one thing that I like about big data. That's an amazing way to put it and I think you're completely right. What's been tricky for me. I think like you. I'm not easily offended so I don't want to be treated with any degree of preciousness. Yeah in less than during his dont. I mean I'll be honest. I haven't really found that meeting. I I have not been treated with a lot of preciousness I mean I think I I put people at ease pretty quickly. We're very much like you know the cor corporate structure to for me if people need to feel uncomfortable while we work through this. I'm totally fine with that. Yeah so you've been married for eleven years. Is that by two thousand three. So how many is that seventeen years in July? I met him though. We've been together since nineteen ninety two and you guys met in college. I Save College. I met on my first day of college. Yep He was a year older than me. He was a sophomore a freshman I met him in front of a Frat House. When you first met your husband did you think oh like Frat dish or anything. I don't even know if like my mom hates it when I say Douche. I don't even love that word that much. Not because it offends me but it just feels not very creative But did you think like were you was that turn like how did the court go? Yeah I think the word that I liked from that time period was tool. Yeah yeah so I would say he was definitely. He seemed a little bit like a tool. May that being said I was attracted to him pretty quickly. I think he was at the time when I met us. Nineteen when I met him and I think all nineteen year old guys that are in frats tools. Like there's no getting around it. He was. He was a sophomore. All the freshmen is were like beneath him. When he was a freshman I think he knew. It was kind of a bummer. To be a freshman dude now now that he was a sophomore. He was excited so he definitely had an attitude. Like I know what's up and I'll I'll show you the ropes and I'll take you around and I'll teach you stuff and you know I remember thinking like okay. I know I love your smile right now because it's so seems like you had this all knock down and you're like you will. You're not wrong. He was actually we joke because he was really interested in this other girl Kate. She was a twin. I think she was in the nursing school. She was the nicest girl had amazing voice like a deep cool voice. It was a great girl. I don't think it was ever actually interested in my now husband. He was definitely interested in her. And I knew that and I was like article. Whatever you don't think he was just saying that now like I would like. I liked like everyone likes. Yes but don't you think that like guys are taught like if when you really like a girl you start talking about like another girl like Nag? Yeah the May have been a game movement little gamy. Maybe I like that idea regardless I think like within ten days we were on our first date we. I ran into a bunch of times after that first meeting. And you know it's not like. I didn't go to a small into a really big school so the fact that I kept running into him fell very faded. Oh my God. Did you find out later that he was very kind of knew? None of it was just truly like he started rushing a guy that lived on my floor and we both were doing. Communications causes in the same building. We would like cross each other and it's crazy. I went to a really big school as well. And you went to University of Pennsylvania's right. Yeah I went to University of Washington and I kept running into my ex-boyfriend all the time as well but that was because I was stocking head quickly memorized class schedule. And be like Oh. Hey so that's crazy. So how are things like I? Actually I have a boyfriend at the time when I went. Well I had a high school boyfriend. His name is Brian. He was the best he taught me so much about love. And you know I lost my virginity to him and he was sweetheart great family. Nobody has the story. I now I now I had like the best high school boyfriend would happens then and so we drifting I think neither one of us were like interested in doing long distance particularly me. I can admit I was less interested in that probably was. He went away to school in the summer before. I did like a month before I did. And by the time I got to school I was already like all right. I WANNA be a little bit of a player. I've done my high school way friend. I'm ready to rock and roll. I met my husband day one and then I still getting calls from my ex right. Who was at a different school? And we kind of broke. Up It sucked. I actually went and visited him on this one weekend. I took a bus ride out there to see him like a greyhound. Bus Rows like all right. This is the weekend you're going to tell him like we're doing it. It was clear we both knew it. I went I met some of his friends. It was great we did break up in everything that that entails happened and then he started dating another girl who dated for a long time like we were just we were right for each other and he has a lovely life now and still has a great family and all those things so it was. It was great. I love it that you took a greyhound to break up. I called my first husband over the phone. That's the kind of ex- I am. Now I took the Greyhound I went on. I knew were breaking up. I knew I was already falling for my now husband. I was so hung over on the bus ride. My husband had gotten meat so wasted the night before he also given me A. Hickey hit marks his territory side took a Hickey to see my high school friend. He's going to hear this and I I hope he does because I truly. I adore him his name again. Ryan Zuma's Brian. Hi Bra I hope you this. I think you will. I like how healthy is at an annoyingly healthy Elizabeth. I mean not runner for I'll tell you I had a great really great has different. Yeah well rays. Have you been heartbroken? Before will he broke up with me? We've been dating. I think actually remember. We've been dated for twenty two months because his high school number was twenty two and I made him like Ajello cake in twenty two and I brought it over and his parents. I think freaked out that we've been dating for twenty. Two months is a long time two years in high school and then the next thing I knew he had broken up with me and I. I've never cried harder in my life. Actually not and then we got back together. Of course I gotta do. Don't you think there's like that slow time? Line of like especially when you're dating somebody at that age. There's like the break-up and then getting back together like a couple of months and then another break up and then getting back together for an even shorter period of time and then another break. And it's all dramatic and your friends have to listen to it. And it's like this. Slow weaning of your. I like that dizziness of you know narcissistic.

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"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"How are you doing like Inbet- Corentin Corentin? Are you home schooling yet? What are you on spring break? I think my son has been homeschooling me more than I have been him. But we are. Our show is off for the season. We took an early hiatus and everything And what about you guys? I know that a lot of movies have been we. Were not in the middle of anything and we we have a writer's room that's up and running which is Great Abbas. Show coming out Mrs America in April on Ethics on Hulu that was already happening Kuzina. That's one of the great ones where I got to go work with like so many amazing women so happy about. I love that you do that. You've been such a pioneer when doing press for as a director what time to be the most annoying questions like as a female director is it so female centric. It's hard. It's really hard. It's hard because you get a lot of look at you feminists and you're like I'm just trying to be a filmmaker. I just happened to tell a story about a bunch of women. I don't know back in the day Jane campion. I'm sure it was not asked like you made the piano with the female star in this little girl and a pack win. How what is your big feminist statement? It's hard because you at the same time the journalists. I feel need validation that women are doing better down a beacon of some offensive. Hope right right so so I don't want to dismiss it but I also I didn't sign up to direct movies because I felt like I was meant to make some grand feminist statements in gestures. You it's really not why I'm doing it so I do find that the messaging can cloud what the movie is. What the work is actually doing? I do not get asked a lot about like lenses or you know cinematography or any of the sort of technical stuff but I obviously also have to master to direct like big huge productions. I find that really fascinating like no one's interested in that and wondered if you ever got asked like Ooh did you like doing the action sequence in. Charlie's like all that kind of Shit that they would never ask good. I've been asset the three times. I think I've been like actually offended because it takes a lot to offend me. I love that about you. People bring their own shit to every inner yet. You're you know you're just like okay. I got asked on pitch perfect two. Who picked all the music and I was like yes so I got to pick all the music with buying music supervisor. old team that puts music together yet but who decided what the songs were. Yes so I got to decide. Obviously it's you know. I directed the movie. I I it the buck stops with. May I have to like pick the songs and you know figure out what the yes? Yes but like. Who's now that I just like? What do you really think it's impossible than I could have picked these songs? I thought was so interesting and I had produced the first movie and I don't recall our mail director. Jason Moore. Who is brilliant? I don't recall him being questioned about if he had really done it. Do you know what I mean. That was like this. Just it like Poke like but but it wasn't really and then same thing kind of happened with the action. Sequences it was like you know and tries needles bid of so but who came up with the action sequence. You don't like my name is on the script so I actually really did say like. I think it would be fine if went to a racetrack. In here's what I'm thinking happens to the racetrack and that I have to write it down to communicate it and then we have to have to hire the right people. I have to choreograph than we have to shoot it correctly in the NAFTA edited and put it in a movie like I actually did have to do all of that but it was. It was interesting. There were people who were like. Yeah but I mean the second unit and you had there was someone else seven so the stunt coordinator. He did a lot. You're like what I do know the casting was not your choice because I was told I was totally wanted to go if a if it were up to me of course up to me. Listen Elizabeth I can be a bad ass. I'm one hundred percent clear on how bad feeling at the time I was offended. Was someone came in and said you do so much? Don't ever just WanNa take a bath and night bus. No I don't I mean I take showers anyway. I'm not really a bat person. But that's such a weird question to ask in a professional setting of a professional person. Don't you think that is one step deeper like the first step is like oh I've met with Elizabeth Banks? We met at this West Hollywood hotspot. She ordered a salad with Sun. Dried Tomato Elizabeth is slowly picking it yourself. It's like okay and then we don't want to just take a bath. I mean Dallas and bad but I will also say that I am grateful that I interviewed about anything at all. I'm grateful to make things and that I get to tell people about it and at the end of the day. I know in wonder too though if we are. Are we supposed to be feeling more grateful? But because people like you people get opportunities and thank you so much for being a trailblazer. Oh my goodness you know one of the things for me. That came out of me. To a little bit was I did feel a real sense of camaraderie with the women in my industry. That not really felt before there was always sort of unspoken anecdotes. And you know the idea like you go to a set and you're the only woman I rarely made movies where I'm an actor. I have now as producer and a director been able to make movies with lots of women but prior to that prior to meet doing it the amount of time I went to set up a bunch of girls that never happened never end if there is another girl were pitted against each other characterize usually coup lately. Yeah I just find that that. The entire system is being is being shaken. Or it's not you get these really great moments where we shake things up. Whether it's like when we got the right to vote like a hundred years ago we shook things up you know and then it's like but then we didn't get the IRA and we. Then we got Roe v Wade but like now maybe less than one generation later. We might not get it anymore. I just it's like to me. I feel like women are constantly reminded whether it's an as we were talking about the beginning of this conversation. Going to set and being like the only girl or going to set the crew is you know whatever seventy percent men usually standing around you just realize that we live in a world that's built for guys and so I don't think guys even understand and I know my on husband very sweetly like we've had conversations where he's like Babe I am never gonNA feel it deep level in the way that you are. GonNa feel it because he's like. I can't do what I want with my body I have body a autonomy. But it's never going to be an issue for me right like. I can be a landowner. Like they're never gonNa take that away from me and he think like yeah. That's that's what he's been taught. I have not spoken much at all about the metoo movement and I feel really guilty about that because I have a lot of thoughts but I feel guilty because it it felt to me like what do I contribute. I think you can absolve yourself of that. I really do. I think that it's no one's job to be a spokesperson for anything other than our own experience and an even that like you don't owe that to anybody you don't owe it to your listeners. To me I don't think you owe that to anyone that you don't want to tell those stories to and I asked to say absolve yourself of that. I don't think it's necessary that every single woman talk about it I by the way. I think it's obvious. Hashtag meat to the every single one of us has seen too many dicks that we didn't want to say that we've all they were all gorgeous in my experience. I had so many like memory jobs during the initial days of me too. I remember that thing that happened. Yeah Yeah did yeah. If a little funky at the time turns out it was yeah turns out. Everybody was experiencing that to cat cocoa. Yeah.

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"i bank" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion

Bank-Fintech Fusion

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion

"Yeah can you tell me about what you're doing now with Embiid embiid Casey. I know you're in Kansas City. At the moment I think yet I am in Kansas City. Right now yeah we so basically like I mentioned earlier. Our initial products on was really focused on it. Just you know helping. People Reserve Financials but later on author finances so we weren't having any money so when someone's saving money through platform we're actually moving. It was just the track they have to. You know separately go into their anger cowboy move the money or maybe they will choose not to do that. And the and and so the next stage was to be able to actually turn those into real deposits into Pluto also got Bama like experience for saving money. That's not what we like to call it and it was NBC specifically with them to Moshen F. B. O. attacks on Pluto safe. I'm so is going to be. FDIC insured and our the goal is just make it really easy for people to stay from the note that game challenges our platform into their goals. I did this same CAL and so we're really really excited about that. Were hoping to see Masha within the next couple of months so. NB Casey has been very active in ecosystem lately. what conversations conversations if you have the feminine would have said to you about their interest in Fintech in what have you seen. I guess directly since you've been there. Yeah so Casey. I've never heard of that prior to the tax arts program when I met them and that's not surprising because they didn't really start getting big on scene until I just over a year ago or so something like that within the the past two years and I think what really stood out to me with that they were the first the first nudity bank to launch in accelerator program. And so they've really. He made a huge effort to get in tech world to meet as many tech companies and boundaries as possible understand how they can Arner with them and not not not only the Obviously want to get more to audits right Ebony. Bank does but they also genuine. The habit mission to approve the financial health the Americans so you know take a look at consideration thick website or they'll list out missions. They have around the end. Our conversation as with them wasn't just around. How do we increase audits? It was really around House Pluto into this changing mask wrapped in tech in terms of helping to improve the Financial Ashok Americans in and all the things I mentioned earlier about. Thanks struggles to understand our customers paint Eric. Few right now we're very refocused on upbeat AC- ran but you know in the future could be a potential ways for us to be able to work in closer Yelling Kudo onto more for evil and so everything would just rely. We've talked them in so we wanted to join because of their Michigan folks coach. Do they have a dedicated team. fintech engagement engagement team or is it. How does how does it? How does that structure your your engagement? Yeah so they do. They do I think it's a little bit informal. I don't want to speak for them but they so you have a team in Texas And specifically with Albacete Tech Program. That's kind of one of their primary vehicles engaging with startups on it's a program were they For the sixth startups. I'm to invest in Fifty grand each of focus is entirely on building out that partnership with the the bank and some of the companies are already had army shipped with Mike we already had partial Casey prior to joining this city in program and because he definitely is is released acidic in their strategy right. So you're you're very specific a about Gen Z.. So because you're dealing with college students the the industry as as a whole I think. Tends to lump millennials Gen Z.. Together but obviously you see a difference between them. Do you see a slightly older cohort as your potential customers as well or you really sticky to that to the College Age specifically. Yeah so opening. Our goal is to be able to grow our customers. Immerse College is kind of starting point. We will lead when you. That's Isis released dark matter to the action that you're taking more so than any the other other partner life stage from the universe from behavior standpoint are certainly universal or any national offices or anyone. That's looking for more approachable. approachable way to start managing your finances but just in terms of our ranting on our strategy reaching the details of products of the features that we have we I tried to focus on the coliseum. On example is that we have each. That's called up here comparison where our users can actually anonymously finances to. Did anyone else liked them. Even Saint Hollis Kansas. And that's an interesting behavior ship because the older generation are going to be a lot more hesitant in wanting wanting to even shared her finances. Even if it's anonymous there's a lot more concerned about that but This younger generation because they grew up in this world of social media inscribing all of that. They're actually a lot more social validation driven than anyone else ever been that we built that you're actually because abuser people were asking us. Hey like like I don't know what it means. When when I'm told that I spend an average of one hundred dollars on eating out each it is that is that good? You don't really have context. And so the whole point of this feature is that we give them that actual data that you never had access to the four. How benchmark thirty eight year out? Or maybe they see that they're doing the lot earned everyone else and they'll feel good about solveig. There's a lot of ways you that eight of a generally speaking more of a Gen Z.. Easier than it is of a colonial feature. How are you managing user feedback? How are you how are you? What are the feedback? Loops that you have set up to hear from customers. Yes yes so. We have in common our APP and so we will trigger up messages based on up their usage frequency to that just to ask for feedback. I'm at different points and so just try to automate as much as possible based on actions that you're taking and who they are. You mentioned earlier. That banks are our C. driven in a lot of cases their interests aren't aligned with users. How do you and other startups that? You've talked to in the FINTECH space. How Oh you view than working with banks is it? You want to drive them to build better products. Or how do you want that. Have you want that to work right. Now a lot of revenue for banks are GONNA come from sending all these fees everything right but there is this shift happening banks are realizing that the world is changing right. That's not customer for losing customers because of the business that they have and they're cautious adapted. The problem is that it's really difficult for me to suddenly shock streams and so in the way we see that is likely the world's changing they know that these practices at no Financially elaborate Costner's. I'm very well aware of it with a against infrastructure screen. That already had they are run. A business it GONNA make a lot of money. And those startups provide a mediary for that to achieve that without having to do with all south and so for us like yes. No thanks for this huge generation of consumers which I think is really important I think on a broader level. You know we specifically are working with A. We're not working with the Big Bang. We're not working. The American Revolution was empty. Casey of which is a community right and so naturally Incentives are a little different communities. They certainly are more athletic and caring about customers. Financial Elton helping the community and out of the tradition. And so that's certainly a big arthit. Bank is South Waspy Harper World of where. It's almost like an anti bank and so it works really are harsh but that align with exactly what we're trying.

"i bank" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion

Bank-Fintech Fusion

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"i bank" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion

"Yeah can you tell me about what you're doing now with Embiid embiid Casey. I know you're in Kansas City. At the moment I think yet I am in Kansas City. Right now yeah we so basically like I mentioned earlier. Our initial products on was really focused on it. Just you know helping. People Reserve Financials but later on author finances so we weren't having any money so when someone's saving money through platform we're actually moving. It was just the track they have to. You know separately go into their anger cowboy move the money or maybe they will choose not to do that. And the and and so the next stage was to be able to actually turn those into real deposits into Pluto also got Bama like experience for saving money. That's not what we like to call it and it was NBC specifically with them to Moshen F. B. O. attacks on Pluto safe. I'm so is going to be. FDIC insured and our the goal is just make it really easy for people to stay from the note that game challenges our platform into their goals. I did this same CAL and so we're really really excited about that. Were hoping to see Masha within the next couple of months so. NB Casey has been very active in ecosystem lately. what conversations conversations if you have the feminine would have said to you about their interest in Fintech in what have you seen. I guess directly since you've been there. Yeah so Casey. I've never heard of that prior to the tax arts program when I met them and that's not surprising because they didn't really start getting big on scene until I just over a year ago or so something like that within the the past two years and I think what really stood out to me with that they were the first the first nudity bank to launch in accelerator program. And so they've really. He made a huge effort to get in tech world to meet as many tech companies and boundaries as possible understand how they can Arner with them and not not not only the Obviously want to get more to audits right Ebony. Bank does but they also genuine. The habit mission to approve the financial health the Americans. So you know. Take a look at consideration thick website or they'll list out Missions they have around the end. Our conversation as with them wasn't just around. How do we increase audits? It was really around House Pluto into this changing mask wrapped in tech in terms of helping to improve the Financial Ashok Americans in and all the things I mentioned earlier about. Thanks struggles to understand our customers paint Eric. Few right now we're very refocused on upbeat AC- ran but you know in the future could be a potential ways for us to be able to work in closer Yelling Kudo onto more. You're evil and so everything would just rely. We've talked them in so we wanted to join because of their Michigan folks coach. Do they have a dedicated team. fintech engagement engagement team or is it. How does how does it? How does that structure your your engagement? Yeah so they do. They do I think it's a little bit informal. I don't want to speak for them but they so you have a team in Texas And specifically with Albacete Tech Program. That's kind of one of their primary vehicles engaging with startups on it's a program were they For the sixth startups. I'm to invest in Fifty grand each of focus is entirely on building out that partnership with the the bank and some of the companies are already had army shipped with Mike we already had partial Casey prior to joining this city in program and because he definitely is is released acidic in their strategy right. So you're you're very specific a about Gen Z.. So because you're dealing with college students the the industry as as a whole I think. Tends to lump millennials Gen Z.. Together but obviously you see a difference between them. Do you see a slightly older cohort as your potential customers as well or you really sticky to that to the College Age specifically. Yeah so opening our goal is to be able to grow our customers merce. College is kind of starting point. We will lead when you. That's Isis released dark matter to the action that you're taking more so than any the other other partner life stage from the universe from behavior standpoint are certainly universal or any national offices or anyone. That's looking for more approachable. approachable way to start managing your finances but just in terms of our ranting on our strategy reaching the details of products of the features that we have we I tried to focus on the coliseum. On example is that we have each. That's called up here comparison where our users can actually anonymously finances to. Did anyone else liked them. Even Saint Hollis Kansas. And that's an interesting behavior ship because the older generation are going to be a lot more hesitant in wanting wanting to even shared her finances. Even if it's anonymous there's a lot more concerned about that but This younger generation because they grew up in this world of social media inscribing all of that. They're actually a lot more social validation driven than anyone else ever been that we built that you're actually because abuser people were asking us. Hey like like I don't know what it means. When when I'm told that I spend an average of one hundred dollars on eating out each it is that is that good? You don't really have context. And so the whole point of this feature is that we give them that actual data that you never had access to the four. How benchmark thirty eight year out? Or maybe they see that they're doing the lot earned everyone else and they'll feel good about solveig. There's a lot of ways you that eight of a generally speaking more of a Gen Z.. Easier than it is of a colonial feature. How are you managing user feedback? How are you how are you? What are the feedback? Loops that you have set up to hear from customers. Yes yes so. We have in common our APP and so we will trigger up messages based on up their usage frequency to that just to ask for feedback. I'm at different points and so just try to automate as much as possible based on actions that you're taking and who they are. You mentioned earlier. That banks are our C. driven in a lot of cases their interests aren't aligned with users. How do you and other startups that? You've talked to in the FINTECH space. How Oh you view than working with banks is it? You want to drive them to build better products. Or how do you want that. Have you want that to work right. Now a lot of revenue for banks are GONNA come from sending all these fees everything right but there is this shift happening banks are realizing that the world is changing right. That's not customer for losing customers because of the business that they have and they're cautious adapted. The problem is that it's really difficult for me to suddenly shock streams and so in the way we see that is likely the world's changing they know that these practices at no Financially elaborate Costner's. I'm very well aware of it with a against infrastructure screen. That already had they are run. A business it GONNA make a lot of money. And those startups provide a mediary for that to achieve that without having to do with all south and so for us like yes. No thanks for this huge generation of consumers which I think is really important I think on a broader level. You know we specifically are working with A. We're not working with the Big Bang. We're not working. The American Revolution was empty. Casey of which is a community right and so naturally Incentives are a little different communities. They certainly are more Apathetic and caring about customers financial. Elton helping the community and out of the tradition. And so that's certainly a big arthit. Bank is South Waspy Harper World of where. It's almost like an anti bank and so it works really are harsh but that align with exactly what we're trying.