17 Burst results for "Jack Euro"

"jack euro" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:39 min | 11 months ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That's cool. You know, Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska this time of year. I mean, you can just the humidity is just going to be awful, too. But I'm going to ask you because so many you know the drafts coming up and so many kids are going to have the decision that you probably had, and others had, which is you know, you went to Saint Francis. And then you went to U. C L. A You go pro. Do you go to college? Crystallize that that decision for us as far as how you see it, because there's lots of kids who are going to get drafted out of high school and they may go in the first couple of rounds and get a good bonus or they may not. But That argument is like, hey, if you want to be a pro baseball player, you ought to start, you know, being a pro baseball player early versus the value of the whole college experience and the college development. How hard of a decision is that for guys? Well, Larry, I think you've got to ask yourself. You know, a few different questions. Like what? You know. What do you want to what do you want to do? Right? Like like, What are we trying to accomplish? Here is the goal to be Major League baseball player, and that's the end all be all and I'm going to you know, I want to start this process ASAP. Then then, even if you do Answer that question. And the answer is yes. Then. You have to ask yourself. What's the best route to get there? And I realized that anyone would tell you, Bo. Hey, it's center pro ball in this map, Whatever. But You know what you entered professional baseball. The cost starts. And there's a certain amount of time that you're going to have. And so when you go there and you sign a special contract, you better be ready. You better be ready to play. And I could I could tell you that Look at 18 years old coming out of ST Francis, a 38 round draft pick by the Dodgers. Was I ready to go to? I think it's great falls, Montana it and start this journey. Um, to play professional? I don't know. I think I want to figure it out. I think I would be fine. But I also had a vision of part of the process, including college and going to college for at least three years, if not four years. So then, three years later. Was drafted in the fourth round by the Houston Astros. And then at that point, I had a difficult decision to make because They had signed Landsberg been with their first pick, and they didn't think Lance Berkman is going to follow on. So they Astros basically wasted all their money short changed everyone after that. They didn't sign their 2nd 3rd or fourth round pick. It's got to be one of the only teams in the history of baseball to ever do that. And so I went back to UCLA. And you know, when I made that decision, it was. I think I was. I was a lot. Um Say headier in a way where it's like, look. If I believe in my ability I do. I do believe my ability to run the question. Uh, I knew I could play in the big reach, but I also said Look, if I go play one more year. U C l A. All I'm doing is skipping out on a euro minor leagues where another year in the pack is just as good in the minor leagues. But I also knew that when I signed the clock was going to be able is going to be chicken and I was going to have a two year window to figure it out. And it didn't mean I had to get the big we went in two years. I definitely had to be on the knocking on the door of the big least. And it literally was exactly like two years from what I'd signed where I made my major league debut and It's uh but it's look everyone's different. Um, you know, I don't I think now I look at it more as like a father. Right? Where? What? What if what would you tell your kids What if your kid had a scholarship to one of these big time Smalls, Vanderbilt or Stanford or UC LA and they could go get a great education and they go play college baseball for 34 years. And what if they happen to be a really high round draft pick and you have this opportunity to go play professional baseball? Ultimately, I think it's a kid that has to make that decision and I talk it Jack lighter, for example. Jack. Later I met when he was 11 years old. And Jack lighter. I was working without MLB is where I first started there. So I followed his progress and progress and progress and progress. Old son. He's 18 years old, and he's coming out as well. The top pitching prospects in the country work I'm doing scouting reports on Jack Wider saying like this dude might be A top 10 pick. And he actually slaughtered more in that 10 to 20 range of where he actually would have ended up. I think we had like 18 or so that's remembered being like late teens and I talked. I talked out now how signed out of high school and then went on to pitch 20 years in the big leagues and his More than financially taking care of for the rest of his life. He's made some really good investments along the way as well. So money is not an issue right. It was zero issue for Jack Euro issue for Al Um And I said it doesn't matter who drafts him. I don't care if he goes number one. Overall, he's going to college. And it was like really like is that are you that passionate about? He said. Yep. He's like I am And sure enough, Jack wider with the college and his freshman year through no hitter, and now we're looking at at Jack. Potentially being the number one pick in the draft, uh, coming up and he's developed into one of the best pitchers ever in college baseball. He's he's really that good. So I just you know that's that's else perspective..

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"jack euro" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"jack euro" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"Take another wife who's going to move in with them. You know is clearly visibly upset about that her sexualities mystifying to herders new real. You know she has her period no one sits down to explain what that is. They're just like, yes you're a woman now like that's really helpful kind of tension between two systems that really works so well. Once, the girls are analyzer tag a mandate pulled exited pay they snuck into the pulled up by security guard on I. Think they start doing claiming you know like your molesting me, your your child pedophile like they learned to aren't these things to kind of gain freedom. And it's kind of like you know it's like liberation for them. They have control that they can exercise, but it's a really unhealthy or control and pointed teacher tells them. You know they're dressing inappropriately they start shouting liberty. You know they they start. You know it's it's freedom of expression. It's the pinnacle of Western civilization and his is basically kind of saying. Mate Navy divers. Far In some ways not liberty is bad but that we have A. Loaded the bases in certain places in three unhealthy fashion, and we're now being what we what we sewed and instead of taking that message on pretty much disturbing to shut the hell. Yup that's it. I think the movie does a really good job to of of contrasting. The girls experimenting and pushing the boundaries and really like seeing it as expressing themselves in a way of gaining more freedom in gaining weight more liberty or whatever, and then contrast that with them not knowing what the fuck they're doing with their lives. So there's that great scene where they're walking around there over by the mall and some older boys start talking to them because these girls are dressing like you know not your typical eleven year old girl would I would say and they amy accidentally gives away that there are eleven years old and why did you tell them that we're eleven and Blah Blah Blah and the guys like no, we don't want anything to do with you and you know the. Girls are yelling things. Adams they walk and you know they they tried to present them just being like Ooh boys and then the next scene after that, they're just putting around in the woods being kids and one of the girls finds a condom on the ground and she thinks it's a balloon and she's just like blows up the condom like A. Balloon and then they're like, Oh shit that's not a fucking balloon and that's kind of the movie in a nutshell is there thrust all these situations where they're clearly not mentally emotionally prepared for dealing with any of it, and then they get to see what happens when they try and pantomime these adult situations and it's not good. It's not like this is. Pro. Eleven year olds working in any More like the infamous final dance sequences performed to an audience of adults who are looking increasingly just like talk the curren. NEW AT. The old call is is a representation does not equal endorsement, which is like the key of art frankly I think it has to be easily people have just forgotten matter lustig orders like if you're not like I'm uncomfortable the last conceits go away the end Legos your Oguz over starts again and yet it's absolutely pushing you comfort but it's not doing that 'cause it's like catering to the tiny fraction of the world that on children sexually attractive that's insane. That's like. Ridiculous reading and Yeah it's definitely confronting us with. A you know that that spectacle but then again like either no stalkers NPR's was a popular show confronted themselves that all the time in early on no a popcorn just give a shit I saw the debate what's happening but that's Did the difference there is significant though because with with this movie. It takes something like you know the the dance sequences and it kind of slowly manipulates it into something that's just like grotesque and upsetting and it works it works were toddlers and Tiaras. Just. Kind of presented as this is totally normal thing that might seem weird to you but we promise it's normal and then you just kind of watch it and consume it and you kinda laugh at it because it's silly. But in reality, the reality of what it is is kind of fucked up that these parents forced their children into these horrible. paget's where they dress them up like adults that has balking weird. But it's presented in this nice sanitized totally chill way and and the part that we're supposed to get upset about is like when the when the parents aren't like yelling at each other in front of the show that's the worst part is when they're yelling can't stand that fucking kidding me. Jack. Euro, it's absurd to think that they're aiming this. Film Soviet. The small percentage of people who are pedophile backed their programming, all of us become pedophile. Even think of that only. Just love. Failure. Up Dude all your experience points went way child touching. Skill points. I I love the just the logic that this movie runs with like. Oh man you know I, watched the movie come and see the other day and I'm like damn worst fucking. Who'll like nothing makes me more site for war than watching come and see and I think a big pro war movie involved in. children getting blown up and I'm just like damn. That is I'm rock art for come and see that's You know. There's just so many other movies where she has have any of these people ever like there's so much other shit you'd get mad at like, okay. I don't know you ever seen kids before maybe Kim. Clarke no I know. Well. Yeah. We could probably get battler clerk honestly for many reasons but here's my thing about pedophile on the Internet because they get all they need from fucking family Youtube influencers. All the content they ever need is from families posting allies on the Internet there's taking. All the time. We know which Are Just businessmen ANA. Business. Put the hammer and sickle over there back. Grew whatever? Prison poll. It's Your. Kids Youtube is so fucked up like you know there's all kinds of horrible things on the Internet like it doesn't take long to be like, Oh, here's an actual murder that I can watch on Youtube. Like easy, you can find that in two seconds. But if you go to children's Youtube that's where the most fucked up shit is. It's just like like you said, it's it's weird like naked kids at it's fucking like Spiderman and Elsa like humping each other and shit kids. Youtube is a fucking wasteland of psychotic shit. Algorithm created houses. Exactly, if you WANNA hit the nuclear option Let's blow up some cultural artifacts. I. Think like Kids Youtube is a good place to start. Let's fucking go with that could serve as fucking. Ted Cruz go off on kids Youtube please the love of God like that's fucked up. irks me about this film as well? Is that the reaction to the film? So I mean eleven year.

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"jack euro" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A third more delivery vehicles on the roads by twenty thirty to deliver seventy eight percent more packages which means more missions I'm more double parking and a lot of that is hidden to us as consumers Denise downhole for the conference board the awareness is probably not that high yet although people that live in cities certainly have noticed like more traffic more you know parked vehicles and it's only going to get worse if you already feel the difference in the last couple of years imagine almost eighty percent growth in the next ten years that is that's a number that was very alarming to us that's rich just a high one of the authors of the report who says congestion will definitely increase which would also lead to eleven minutes increasing your time in your daily commute and an extra six million tons of CO two emissions and good child at the university of Washington says they're always that deliveries could be greener delivery via call can consolidate like a bus you know many packages are many orders of groceries into one vehicle but that's what we might have to give up on a two day delivery habits the World Economic Forum also suggests nighttime deliveries a switch to electric trucks and the use of possible occurs in central locations on Jack's euro for market place today from the sometimes the economy is a tad confusing desk housing we have done a fair amount of reporting about the affordable housing crisis on this program and as we have also been reporting job growth has slowed over the past year or so those two things are connected according to a report out today from the national association of realtors and some of the hottest housing markets in the country soaring home prices go hand in hand with declining job growth was Mitchell Hartman took that one low supply and high demand have been driving home prices higher people's incomes haven't kept up and in some hot metro areas where the economy's been booming home affordability has tanks over the past five years says economist Lawrence Yun at the national association of realtors his report finds there's also been H. slowdown in job growth in places like Boise Tampa or Salt Lake City you too portability challenge as this connection between lack of affordability and lack of job growth rings true to economist Robert deeds at the national association of home builders those areas that they expect job creation to continue after provide housing supply because businesses are not going to locate jobs in a particular market if it's too expensive for the prospective workers to live there that's already happening in California cities from San Diego to the bay area says USC economist Gary painter newly graduated college graduates and so forth who are looking to work in growing sectors are actually making decisions now to live elsewhere meanwhile older people who own their homes can't afford to move out to make room for new buyers Tony Liber is fifty six and lives in Madison Wisconsin he's a commercial electricians and bought his house in the nineteen nineties for just under a hundred grand right now it is that your three hundred there's no way I can get back into it for anything like that if I sold now my wife and I laughed and said you know we can move to Nepal and lives really well according to the national association of realtors cities where home affordability and job growth there down the most include Louisville at lanta Raleigh Durham and Las Vegas I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace let's recap showing president trump the Chinese sign that phase one tree deal this morning nafta is all patched up and replaced almost with US MCA making its way through the Senate we got a new deal with Japan to sell trade disputes all done right everything set not quite marketplaces revenge sure as that one there are plenty of other fights brewing especially between the US and Europe with the European Union little progress has been made into anything trade irritants are building up when the color is vice president of the Asia society policy institute and former acting deputy US trade representative for starters the US and Europe are still fighting over jets the World Trade Organization ruled in favor of the U. S. and said Europe was improperly subsidizing Airbus the US impose tariffs and is threatening more but guess what the US is guilty to European are expecting a ruling from the WTO as well one title bam to retaliate against the United States for subsidies to Boeing then I can send is director of the center for trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute yep it turns out the US has been improperly subsidizing Boeing so Europe's probably gonna retaliate depending on how the European respond it could spiral out of control jets though are just the beginning there's a long list of issues that need to be resolved again when the color president trump is not happy with the imbalance in the automotive sector in particular the fact that Europe has a ten percent off and we only have a two point five percent tariffs for autos in maybe the most red hot issue right now is the fact that France and Italy are imposing taxes on U. S. tech companies like Google and Facebook even though those companies aren't based in those countries the rationale is they're making money off of European users here's president trump a few months ago I'm not happy about the fact that they are taxing power companies I'm not a fan of those companies but if anybody's going to tax those companies it should be the USA it shouldn't be France and the European Union Gary half hour is a senior fellow at the Peterson institute he says any of these conflicts with Europe and these are not even close to being all of them any of them could escalate because you're a and will not be pushed around by the U. S. he says Europe has a lot more leverage than say Mexico or Canada box that made crocs are there may be an incentive to keep things calm before the election unless well there isn't Eric all Bach is senior vice president at the Albright Stonebridge group this is all sort of dependent on what the president how he appears he is the sort of escalation and tension with the E. U. it whether that will be of political benefit to him on the one hand there's a political cost to terrorists that hurt some US businesses but in the other it could be a good luck to stand up to unfair treatment as the president puts it should probably mention the fact that the WKOW down the US has basically shut down the world trade organization's highest court of appeals meaning no decisions can be effectively appealed or finalized that puts the US at odds with much of the rest of the world so all this is to say the twenty twenty is as much of a trade mine field as twenty nineteen was in New York I'm so within a short for market place we look at the winners of the trade war what it's done to global supply chains now a question the takes a look back hi I'm Catherine keener from Savannah Georgia.

"jack euro" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"A third more delivery vehicles on the roads by twenty thirty to deliver seventy eight percent more packages which means more missions I'm more double parking and a lot of that is hidden to us as consumers Denise downhole for the conference board the awareness is probably not that high yet although people that live in cities certainly have noticed like more traffic more you know parked vehicles and it's only going to get worse they feel ready feel the difference in the last couple of years imagine almost eighty percent growth in the next ten years that is that's a number that was very alarming to us that's rich was a high one of the authors of the report who says congestion will definitely increase which would also lead to eleven minutes increases in your time in your daily commute and an extra six million tons of CO two emissions and good child at the university of Washington says they're always that deliveries could be greener delivery via call can consolidate like a bus you know many packages are many corners of groceries into one vehicle but for that to work we might have to give up on a two day delivery habits the World Economic Forum also suggests night time deliveries a switch to electric trucks and the use of possible occurs in central locations on Jack's euro for market place today from the sometimes the economy is a tad confusing desk housing we have done a fair amount of reporting about the affordable housing crisis on this program and as we have also been reporting job growth has slowed over the past year or so those two things are connected according to a report out today from the national association of realtors in some of the hottest housing markets in the country soaring home prices go hand in hand with declining job growth is Mitchel Harmon took that one low supply and high demand have been driving home prices higher people's incomes haven't kept up and in some hot metro areas where the economy's been booming home affordability has tanked over the past five years says economist Lawrence Yun at the national association of realtors his report finds there's also been H. slowdown in job growth in places like Boise Tampa or Salt Lake City due to affordability challenge as this connection between lack of affordability and lack of job growth rings true to economist Robert Dietz at the national association of home builders those areas that they expect job creation to continue after provide housing supply because businesses that are not going to locate jobs in a particular market if it's too expensive for the prospective workers to live there that's already happening in California cities from San Diego to the bay area says USC economist Gary painter newly graduated college graduates and so forth who are looking to work in growing sectors are actually making decisions now to live elsewhere meanwhile older people who own their homes can't afford to move out to make room for new buyers Tony Liber is fifty six and lives in Madison Wisconsin he's a commercial electricians and bought his house in the nineteen nineties for just under a hundred grand right now that year three hundred there's no way I can get back into it for anything like that if I sold now my wife and I laughed and said you know we can move to Nepal and live really well according to the national association of realtors cities where home affordability and job growth or down the most include Louisville at lanta Raleigh Durham and Las Vegas I'm Mitchell Hartman for market place let's recap showing president trump the Chinese sign that phase one tree deal this morning nafta is all patched up and replaced almost with US MCA making its way through the Senate we got a new deal with Japan to sell trade disputes all done right everything set not quite marketplaces brie Bella sure as that one there are plenty of other fights brewing especially between the US and Europe in the union little progress has been made and if anything trade irritants are building up when the color is vice president of the Asia society policy institute and former acting deputy US trade representative for starters the US and Europe are still fighting over jets the World Trade Organization ruled in favor of the U. S. and said Europe was improperly subsidizing Airbus the US impose tariffs and is threatening more but guess what the US is guilty to Europeans are expecting a ruling from the WTO as well one title bam to retaliate against the United States for subsidies to Boeing Dan I can send is director of the center for trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute yep it turns out the US has been improperly subsidizing Boeing so Europe's probably gonna retaliate depending on how the Europeans respond it could spiral out of control jets though are just the beginning there's a long list of issues that need to be resolved again when the color president trump is not happy with the imbalance in the automotive sector in particular the fact that Europe has a ten percent tariff and we only have a two point five percent tariffs for autos in maybe the most red hot issue right now is the fact that France and Italy are imposing taxes on U. S. tech companies like Google and Facebook even though those companies aren't based in those countries the rationale is they're making money off of European users here's president trump a few months ago I'm not happy about the fact that they are taxing our companies I'm not a fan of those companies but if anybody's going to tax those companies it should be the USA it shouldn't be France and the European Union Gary half hour is a senior fellow at the Peterson institute he says any of these conflicts with Europe and these are not even close to being all of them any of them could escalate because Europeans will not be pushed around by the U. S. he says Europe has a lot more leverage than say Mexico or Canada so Sir in your box truck made cross Clara there may be an incentive to keep things calm before the election unless well there isn't Eric all Bach is senior vice president at the Albright Stonebridge group this is all sort of dependent on what the president how he a perceived the sort of escalation and tension with the E. U. it whether that will be of political benefit to him on the one hand there's a political cost to terrorists that hurt some US businesses but on the other it could be a good luck to stand up to unfair treatment as the president puts it should probably mention the fact that the WTO is melting down the US has basically shut down the world trade organization's highest court of appeals meaning no decisions can be effectively appealed or finalized that puts the US at odds with much of the rest of the world so all this is to say the twenty twenty is as much of a trade mine field as twenty nineteen was in New York I'm sorry but a short for market place we look at the winners of the trade war what it's done to global supply chains now a question the takes a look back hi I'm Catherine keener from Savannah Georgia is there any.

"jack euro" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KCRW

"By a chain of events is set into motion often involving a distant warehouse maybe a plane definitely a trickle to total one thirty starts with a hundred twenty packages two hundred twenty packages the vlogger who goes by lunatics documented a day in his life as a FedEx ground drive on his you tube channel it involves a lot of truck engine starting and stopping the World Economic Forum report estimates they'll be over a third more delivery vehicles on the roads by twenty thirty to deliver seventy eight percent more packages which means more missions I'm more double parking and a lot of that is hidden to us as consumers Denise downhole for the conference board the awareness is probably not that high yet although people that live in cities certainly have noticed like more traffic more you know parked vehicles and it's only going to get worse if we already feel the difference in the last couple of years imagine almost eighty percent growth in the next ten years that is that's a number that was very alarming to us that's rich was a high one of the authors of the report who says congestion will definitely increase which would also lead to eleven minutes increasing your time in your daily commute and an extra six million tons of CO two emissions and good child at the university of Washington says they're always that deliveries could be greener delivery via call can consolidate like a bus you know many packages are many orders of groceries into one vehicle but for that to work we might have to give up on a two day delivery habits the World Economic Forum also suggests night time deliveries a switch to electric trucks and the use of possible occurs in central locations on Jack's euro for market place today from the sometimes the economy is a tad confusing desk housing we have done a fair amount of reporting about the affordable housing crisis on this program and as we have also been reporting job growth has slowed over the past year or so those two things are connected according to a report out today from the national association of realtors in some of the hottest housing markets in the country soaring home prices go hand in hand with declining job growth was Mitchell Harmon took that one low supply and high demand have been driving home prices higher people's incomes haven't kept up and in some hot metro areas where the economy's been booming home affordability has tanked over the past five years says economist Lawrence Yun at the national association of realtors his report finds there's also been H. slowdown in job growth in places like Boise Tampa or Salt Lake City due to affordability challenge as this connection between lack of affordability and lack of job growth rings true to economist Robert Dietz at the national association of home builders those areas that they expect job creation to continue after provide housing supply because businesses of their not going to locate jobs in a particular market if it's too expensive for the prospective workers to live there that's already happening in California cities from San Diego to the bay area says USC economist Gary painter newly graduated college graduates and so forth who are looking to work in growing sectors are actually making decisions now to live elsewhere meanwhile older people who own their homes can't afford to move out to make room for new buyers Tony Liber is fifty six and lives in Madison Wisconsin he's a commercial electricians and bought his house in the nineteen nineties for just under a hundred grand right now is that your three hundred there's no way I can get back into it for anything like that if I sold now my wife and I laughed and said you know we can look in the fall and live really well according to the national association of realtors cities where home affordability and job growth there down the most include Louisville at lanta Raleigh Durham and Las Vegas I'm Mitchell Hartman from our let's recap showing president trump the Chinese sign that phase one tree deal this morning nafta is all patched up and replaced almost with US MCA making its way through the Senate we got a new deal with Japan too so trade disputes all done right everything set not quite marketplaces revenge sure as that one there are plenty of other fights brewing especially between the US and Europe with the European Union little progress has been made into anything trade irritants are building up when the color is vice president of the Asia society policy institute and former acting deputy US trade representative for starters the US and Europe are still fighting over jets the World Trade Organization ruled in favor of the U. S. and said Europe was improperly subsidizing Airbus the US impose tariffs and is threatening more but guess what the US is guilty to European are expecting a ruling from the WTO as well one title them to retaliate against the United States for subsidies to Boeing then I can send is director of the center for trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute yep it turns out the US has been improperly subsidizing Boeing so Europe's probably gonna retaliate depending on how the European respond it could spiral out of control jets though are just the beginning there's a long list of issues that need to be resolved again when the color president trump is not happy with the imbalance in the automotive sector in particular the fact that Europe has a ten percent off and we only have a two point five percent tariff for autos in maybe the most red hot issue right now is the fact that France and Italy are imposing taxes on U. S. tech companies like Google and Facebook even though those companies aren't based in those countries the rationale is they're making money off of European users here's president trump a few months ago I'm not happy about the fact that they are taxing power companies I'm not a fan of those companies but if anybody's going to tax those companies it should be the USA it shouldn't be France and the European Union Gary half hour is a senior fellow at the Peterson institute he says any of these conflicts with Europe and these are not even close to being all of them any of them could escalate because you're a and will not be pushed around by the U. S. he says Europe has a lot more leverage than say Mexico or Canada Bachrach made crocs Vera there may be an incentive to keep things calm before the election unless well there isn't Eric all Bach is senior vice president at the Albright Stonebridge group of all sort of dependent on what the president how he a perceived the sort of escalation and tension with the io it whether that will be of political benefit to him on the one hand there's a political cost to terrorists that hurt some US businesses but on the other it could be a good luck to stand up to unfair treatment as the president puts it should probably mention the fact that the WKOW down the US has basically shut down the world trade organization's highest court of appeals meaning no decisions can be effectively appealed or finalized that puts the US at odds with much of the rest of the world so all this is to say the twenty twenty is as much of a trade mine field as twenty nineteen was in New York I'm sorry but a short for market place we look at the winners.

"jack euro" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KTRH

"Furniture last long we can save lives Byron go ahead right now the red light cameras abandoned thanks a bunch of fun and regretted being the driver for the red light camera back in the election lord next yes what a **** thank you for about you go ahead yeah Douglas zero go ahead barbecue chicken or brisket what's your question barbecue chicken or brisket checking Jack you're up Jack euro what is your number one the sensible and say we read green eggs and ham Scott go ahead I just read to you do it yeah that's got a record out of sight thank you thank you for my wife and family shop store about two years ago he thought it's not locked overstock yeah we now expect there you go thank you mac what is the single biggest change in retail in the forty some odd years you've been in it long line but they don't distort your tracking down for god's sake our store closed joke yeah like five we can we've just become that character park like you and had he walked through four years the rock or stone or so we have to stay relevant so if they don't go to the store and they're they're searching up their item online like how much would you say your in store traffic is down thirty forty percent really yep wow and that's over the last how many years probably over the last eighteen years old says Robert deceptive because of people coming off from by the glory research online or not but as far as total body yeah thank you for that that's why we we don't use my space we used to setting up a straight Experian high school kids dropped out the solution what's the worst business decision your ride opening if the location really yes it I can only be won by the time I'm a control freak yeah no I think there's something to be said for that at him he told me that it takes to Texas he said that's the one thing that he steered clear of was opening more restaurants so he could have won and he can keep his eyes on all right mac at gallery furniture dot com send in your recommendation nominate families for a house full of furniture and they'll pick thirty of them by Thursday is that right when it did come up today in the martial earthquake kills who what why one now but if you get a judge to lift your whole house is there any family please Johnson what why when where how and we look forward to hearing letters great.

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"jack euro" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Trucks have been the same for a very long time like a hundred years and people are cool with our trucks are large and growing parts of the U. S. vehicle market says Tom Libby at IHS market we've seen a major gain over the last ten years after it's about fourteen of fourteen and a half percent the market now Aaron Bragman is Detroit bureau chief off because dot com he says Ford Chevrolet and ram dominate sales they have strong brand loyalty and they are not keen to give that up the profits on pickup trucks are massive and we're seeing the actual average transaction price is now climbing above fifty thousand dollars other than Toyota which sold two hundred thousand to comb as last year competitors I'm not making much headway Bob says Jake Fisher director of auto testing at Consumer Reports then don't really playing to win while Turner may be taking the Cameri very seriously and their their cars very seriously I think it really comes down to the domestics they're taking their trucks seriously that's where they're putting the technology into technology of course is Tesla's biggest selling point it's hoping that's enough to make a dent on Jack's euro for market place Wall Street took the day off but the global markets never rest we'll have the details when we do the numbers for about a decade starting in the late nineteen sixties fires consumed New York city's south Bronx in nineteen seventy five alone there were more than twelve thousand fires many of them suspected arson at the same time the bankruptcy government was closing fire stations in the predominantly black and Porter Rican community the new documentary decade of fire looks back at what because the neighborhood to burn in.

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"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have been the same for a very long time like a hundred years and people are cool with our trucks are large and growing parts of the U. S. vehicle market says Tom Libby at IHS market we've seen a major gain over the last ten years after it's about fourteen of fourteen have percent market now Aaron Bragman is Detroit bureau chief off because dot com he says Ford Chevrolet and ram dominate sales they have strong brand loyalty and they are not keen to give that up the profits on pickup trucks are massive and we're seeing the actual average transaction price is now claiming above fifty thousand dollars other than Toyota which sold two hundred thousand to come as last year competitors I'm not making much headway but says Jake Fisher director of auto testing at Consumer Reports really playing to win while Turner may be taking the Cameri very seriously and their their cars very seriously I think it really comes down to the domestic they're taking their trucks seriously that's where they're putting that technology into technology of course is toddlers biggest selling point it's hoping that's enough to make a dent on Jack's euro for market place Wall Street took the day off but the global markets never rest we'll have the details when we do the numbers for about a decade starting in the late nineteen sixties fires.

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"jack euro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"AT Scott in for chi resolve it is Thursday November twenty eighth good to have you with us okay got a little time off from the on slot of holiday retail advertising because well you know what's coming right on the heels of Black Friday is small business Saturday which began almost ten years ago now to help smaller retailers compete that can be hard enough without a trade war going on market place's Andy you'll are checked in with a few Texas retailers to see how they're dealing with terrorists right in the middle of downtown Austin there's a little tour a shop called wild about music here's where you get your fender tee shirt or pick up a poster of Texas blues legend Stevie Ray Vaughan Shelley Meyer runs the place she says more than half of her merchandise comes from abroad and a lot of that is from China she has one option when dealing with added costs from tariff increases its price increases she says large retailers like Walmart and Amazon can haggle with their manufacturers because of their immense purchasing power what about music can't a small retailer we don't negotiate anything when you go to a supplier they say this is how much it costs and we either want to buy it or we don't buy it she says her margins are already really fan if she does end up buying something to sell in her shop she's got no choice but to make customers pay more Tiffany's office Williams is seeing a similar tune in her luggage store it's not like we have a choice of okay are we gonna let have less margin on an item or not she owns the luggage shop of Lubbock she buys her products directly from manufacturers like Samsonite which makes some of that stuff in China she's paying more so our customers are too and she says prices change all the time these days it's funny when you think about what we've spent a lot of time doing in our store which has nothing to do with the selling product is pricing changes she says nowadays she's paying a lot more attention to international trade negotiations like those between Washington and Beijing because he has to I mean dealer for market place if you're driving right now look around at the other vehicles on the road mostly big pickup trucks and S. U. V. is I'm guessing combined they now account for nearly seventy percent of the market but while American cars face a lot of competition from Europe and Asia the pickup market is still dominated by Detroit which could make it tougher tests led a muscle in with its new cyber track marketplaces Jack Stewart reports Ford sold over a million S. series pickups globally last year they've been America's best selling vehicle of any type for more than forty years but there is a new challenger welcome to the side of a truck unveiled you will most tweeted that two hundred and fifty thousand people have already put down a one hundred dollar deposit for Tesla's cyber truck best description I've heard of it I'm angry looking triangle he pitted against the Ford F. one fifty and comparisons of the launch last week trucks have been the same for a very long time like a hundred years I'm people are cool with our trucks are large and growing parts of the U. S. vehicle market says Tom Libby at IHS market we've seen a major gain over the last ten years after it's about fourteen of fourteen have percent market now aren't Bregman is Detroit bureau chief off because dot com he says Ford Chevrolet and ram dominate sales they have strong brand loyalty and they are not keen to give that up the profits on pickup trucks are massive and we're seeing the actual every transaction prices now climbing above fifty thousand dollars other than Toyota which sold two hundred thousand to comb as last year competitors I'm not making much headway but says Jake Fisher director of auto testing at Consumer Reports really playing to win while Turner may be taking the Cameri very seriously and their their cars very seriously I think it really comes down to the domestics they're taking their trucks seriously that's where they're putting that technology into technological says Tesla's biggest selling points it's hoping that's enough to make a dent on Jack's euro for market place Wall Street took the day off but the global markets never rest we'll have the details when we do the numbers for about a decade starting in the late nineteen sixties fires consumes New York city's south Bronx in nineteen seventy five alone there were more than twelve thousand fires many of them suspected arson at the same time the bankruptcy government was closing fire stations in the predominantly black and Porter Rican community the new documentary decade of fire looks back at what because the neighborhood to burn in.

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"jack euro" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Nah man the man who made it possible for so much growth here in the city of Tampa who brought us Jeff Vinik in our Tampa Bay Lightning and that would be Phil Esposito who joins us right now on A. M. Tampa Bay then they'll thanks for being on board here they beat the paying ones how Annette the game on Wednesday night but I remember being at a penguins game one time and they rich I went out to get a beer and I heard a loud cheer and I thought a we scored they came in and it was a stinking Pittsburgh team restaurant or not was an away game at home was better Jack it's get low a lot better and let's not forget your bits per came in at the end of the league get I think it was sixty seven or seventy I can I can remember when they came in but it was sixty seven of seventy so they've got a whole lot more addition or whatever you wanna call it behind them yeah our we're getting better lot better I shop this bird thank wooden jerseys in the building there wasn't any doubt about that I want to see but there weren't as many as early on when we you and I used to talk about it well that's that's good I'm glad to hear that does the lightning you're playing well and I will like I say when they're but apparently was an incredible night for the medal of honor winners DOT jacket gave me goose bumps I got to tell you the truth Bobby Taylor and I up stairs and branding broke all three of us I looked at each other and I man I get goosebumps chiefs of but said shovel why because just to see those guys well with forty of the seventy six and the ninety six year old man that dropped the park don't let hero in nineteen forty five metal either it was the subject does he he walked up there drop the bug and even have goes with terrific with with those guys see he he must of shook hands with almost all of them he he was terrific no I know that I've worked the stamp goes before with Saint Joe's hospital that got his unbelievable I mean there's nobody like him but the he's got a real good and I'm button John friends own put together quite a show in their bill work and all that bunch you got yeah it was great it was really really seven and the fans were under she cropping croak those people will it was nice to see what we got with the preds coming up here tomorrow night well I'm not gonna roll one two three or four in a row and they're good dot org with very good hockey team and the and the lightning I think they're playing okay but I don't know there's something I wish I could put my finger on it Jack but there just seems to be something lacking there I don't know what it is but it's not a it's kind of similar to last year during the end of the year you know you can win a game but yeah you didn't quite well as well as you should but you got away with it because by Celeste you is playing so well on the net Ron I know everybody says I I what I say that people say to me what is the part of the team in the years and gold threatening was goaltending I don't think you win a lot in this game anymore how true are they have that great goaltending but we make sometimes the same mistakes that we've been making before and that's the giveaways in your own soul and that's just gotta stop because you're going no where if you keep on doing that it's got to be limited you're going to make mistakes everybody does but you can't make the obvious play that goes right on the opponents stick you can't do that because it's going to result in a good opportunity for them and eight of the ten times it's a goal well the yeah the you gotta have defense as well as officers no doubt about that but a little bit right and this just you know I'm looking to last year when we well set the record for wins and everybody was all excited about that and we fell apart in the playoffs I'd rather just barely make the playoffs and then play well in the playoffs but like I said before Jack euro these guys get paid for the eighty two games they play yeah they don't really get they get bonuses and stuff like that but you could pay for eighty two games if you didn't have those eighty two games to play all you're going to pay the players yeah that's we're over here you don't twenty games party games okay let's use in the playoffs okay how are we going to pay them the nine and ten million dollars think of a happy yeah we got to play the eighty two games and that's what you're playing your poison those eighty two games to get to a position in the playoffs hopefully of home March but if it doesn't work out it doesn't work out a lot of times it doesn't because most ranks now our cookie cutters they're all the same so eight year you're not really worried about playing on the road like you used to be like when we used to go to Philadelphia in the in the early seventies or or or even Pittsburgh for crying out loud it was it was terrible but everybody's just saying that your low in his ranger also yep all alike then yeah you're right about that I remember visiting couple back in the old days when they were a little bit different but that's all changed now but it's some just hope when this is going to be a big big ear force maybe a another lord Stanley coming our way but fell click okay yeah you keep up the great work you're doing and and keep talking to him say Hey you guys need to do this and St Louis at least they're shooting the puck the last two games they've gotten over forty five shots each game the goaltending on the other side has been to replicate they played so well but at least the late in are getting all those drugs are on that which I've been complaining about here well well we'll talk to you next week and see how we do it in Nashville or against Nashville here and and have a great week here to take care of Jack but the man Phil Esposito NHL hall of Famer in of course founder of the Tampa Bay Lightning he brought all that great stuff to us seven twenty nine on a M. Tampa Bay WFLA news.

"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Real integration in London I'm Stephen beard for market place there was word from fed ex today that is not to renew its ground delivery contract with Amazon choosing instead to focus on the broader economists market to got to move right betting that the rest of the online shopping economy is going to generate enough shipping business to make up for cut Jeff Bezos loose marketplace Jack Stewart has been looking into that one back in may FedEx made news by announcing regular Sunday deliveries at the time president and C. O. O. Raj supermini I'm told me he's thinking beyond that one prime clients in Seattle ecommerce is so much larger than any one company our customers are small customers medium customers large retailers in the Walgreens and Walmart and target we offer the service to everybody FedEx said the Amazon made up one point three percent of its revenue in twenty eighteen less than you might think right especially when we hear so much about Amazon dominating the market FedEx like he wasn't making much profit anyway says Gordon Glazer from ship away because of Amazon's outsized influence there an eight hundred pound gorilla and they dictate you know what they're gonna pay pretty much he says this is old likely good news for other E. commerce companies FedEx will have open capacity now and they're definitely new opportunities out there says the knees down off of the conference board for example here to peer sales platforms like posh mark or a second hand websites like thread up or the real real all that is just increasing you commerce and with that the business for shipping companies Amazon will be fine it's investing in its own delivery capacity including hubs planes and trucks and at a faster rate than sales are growing according to moody's research analyst Anthony to come but says that's another reason for FedEx to guess ours FedEx is realizing at Amazon is becoming a competitor and sometimes the smart move is to walk away from a fight on Jack's euro for marketplace coming up.

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"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:36 min | 3 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Third good as always to have you along everybody Richard Nixon let's start there we thank from there we'll work our way to the latest round of nominees for the federal reserve being floated by Mr Nixon's successor president trump tweeted yesterday that he is planning to nominate Christopher Waller from the St Louis fed to the board of governors also Judy Shelton now at the European bank for reconstruction and development Shelton is the one who is of interest to us today because she has been a proponent of the United States going back on the gold standard A. not shall we say universally embraced economic point of view but on the theory that as Shelton's presume that nomination makes its way through the confirmation process and because it's been almost fifty years since Nixon took us off the gold standard we as market place's got time to explain why it's making a comeback now the amount of money sloshing around in the economy should be tied to how much gold is in the government's vaults that's the view of so called the gold bugs they'd rather trust those forces then central bankers economist George Selden is with the libertarian Cato Institute is gold standard types tend to be libertarian or conservative they want to limit how much money the central bank can print so dollars can hold their value in inflation can stay low the long run performance of the historical gold standard in maintaining the purchasing power of money was actually quite good once upon a time every dollar was worth one twentieth of an ounce of gold but tying the hands of the federal reserve may not always be a good idea this monetary historian very I can green at UC Berkeley in his book Golden fetters he argues that in the nineteen twenty central banks were on the gold standard and couldn't use their economies when they needed to know gold no printing money we ended up with the Great Depression and up and I would argue was not related to the fact that we were on the gold standard at that time and that the newly created Federal Reserve couldn't do anything still the likely fed nominee Judy Shelton has argued that central bankers can be fallible and should be restrained by the gold standard Peter Holmes teaches economics at the university of Sussex in England he's been critical of the fed in ways which accord with the president's use I don't think one can say that nomination represents a massive conversion to the theory of the gold standard still if Shelton is confirmed that will give the idea more currency in Washington I'm Scott Tong for market place for the history buffs out there by the way Nixon announced he was taken off the gold standard in a Sunday night speech August the fifteenth nineteen seventy one that Monday the sixteenth of August Dow closed up almost four percent just thirty three points actually in the power of the day all right off the real estate we go the new report showing demand for apartments the past couple of months is that a five year high and because you listen to this program you know what happens when a man goes up yes so to to price is there to analytics firm real page says renter up three percent on average compared to a year ago despite an overall decline in renter's market place Amy Scott explains what's going on a lot of the demand for apartments is coming from two very different groups as real page chief economist Greg will it's low and middle income people priced out of buying they would have a hard time affording home prices and there's little product available at that starting price point higher paid folks who choose to rent a lot of times it's a more appealing lifestyle to live in some of these luxury apartments and it would be to live in a single family home overall the share of renters is actually falling for the past two years as homeownership is increased according to Harvard's joint center for housing studies but that's after years of growth and renters following the recession in foreclosure crisis says the center's managing director Chris Herbert we also have household growth is getting back up to levels that we would expect and so the number of those are choosing to own this still leaves plenty of people who are opting to rent as well so it's possible to have both markets on sound footing at the same time sounder footing means landlords can keep jacking up friends the average increase was three percent but in Pensacola renters are paying six percent more than a year ago in Tucson seven percent more and good luck if you rent in Las Vegas or Phoenix up more than eight percent clear Meyer is a tenant advocate in Phoenix where her rent has gone from eleven hundred dollars to thirteen seventy five in three years she's looking for a cheaper place it looks like it's going to be more cost effective to have to to pack to move to pay a new security deposit a new first month's rent instead of being able to stay in a property that we actually really love the longer she stays she says the harder it will be to save up to buy a place my name is Scott for market place if you've been in the market for a new car of late you've probably picked up on a trend toward to you might have even been a trend to participants if you were shopping for a car or an S. U. V. as more and more consumers are that's true number one bigger cars the bigger the car of course the bigger the price tag trended number two both of which as market place Jack Stewart reports help explain the drop in new car sales that automakers are reporting for the first half of the new car and truck sales in the U. S. are expected to drop below seventeen million vehicles this year for the first time since twenty fourteen this is Ben on unprecedented expansion and we know it had to end at some point Michelle Krebs analyst at auto trader says during the Great Recession people put copper tresses on hold and we've been playing catch up since then but now the pent up demand from the Great Recession has been pretty much stopped up GM's US sales around four percent for the down three fifth Chrysler's declined to percent this year so far foreign automakers show similar numbers and while mortgage interest rates might be low auto loan rates all relatively high at the moment says Chris Hopson of IHS markets consumers are facing higher interest rates when they were the previous two years or three years that makes the bigger more expensive crossovers and SUVs which people ones even less affordable used car sales are seeing a bump says longtime order analyst Rebecca Lindland and precisely because of those strong recent sales and leases which are now being turned in there are plenty of options you can have a really really nice twenty fourteen twenty fifteen model your vehicle and it's two thirds of the price of a new car bucking trends as usual tessellate reported a record quarter selling ninety five thousand because in the last three months but the road ahead is likely to be bumpy for the whole auto industry and its global supply chain as fears loom over tariffs and trade wars on Jack's euro for marketplace shore day it's going to Wall Street and brought in lower Manhattan but that did not stand in the way record highs we'll have the details when we do the numbers tomorrow is the start of one of.

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"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:45 min | 3 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hilton is the one who is of interest to us today because she has been a proponent of the United States going back on the gold standard a not shall we say universally embraced economic point of view but on the theory that as Shelton's presume that nomination makes its way through the confirmation process and because it's been almost fifty years since Nixon took us off the gold standard we as market place's got time to explain why it's making a comeback now the amount of money sloshing around in the economy should be tied to how much gold is in the government's vaults that's the view of so called the gold bugs they'd rather trust those forces then central bankers economist George Selden is with the libertarian Cato Institute is gold standard types tend to be libertarian or conservative they want to limit how much money the central bank can print so dollars can hold their value in inflation can stay low the long run performance of the historical gold standard in maintaining the purchasing power of money was actually quite good once upon a time every dollar was worth one twentieth of an ounce of gold but tying the hands of the federal reserve may not always be a good idea this monetary historian very I can green at UC Berkeley in his book Golden fetters he argues that in the nineteen twenty central banks were on the gold standard and couldn't use their economies when they needed to know gold no printing money we ended up with the Great Depression and up and I would argue was not related to the fact that we were on the gold standard at that time and that the newly created Federal Reserve couldn't do anything still the likely fed nominee Judy Shelton has argued that central bankers can be fallible and should be restrained by the gold standard Peter Holmes teaches economics at the university of Sussex in England she's been critical of the fed in ways which accord with the president's views I don't think one can say that the nomination represents a massive conversion to the theory of the gold standard still if Shelton is confirmed that will give the idea more currency in Washington I'm Scott Tong for market place for the history buffs out there by the way Nixon announced he was taking us off the gold standard in a Sunday night speech August the fifteenth nineteen seventy one that Monday the sixteenth of August Dow closed up almost four percent just thirty three points actually in the power of the day all right off the real estate we go the new report showing demand for apartments the past couple of months is at a five year high and because you listen to this program you know what happens when a man goes up yes so to to price is the data analytics firm real page says renter up three percent on average compared to a year ago despite an overall decline in renter's market place Amy Scott explains what's going on a lot of the demand for apartments is coming from two very different groups as real page chief economist Greg will it's low and middle income people priced out of buying they would have a hard time affording home prices and there's little product available at that starting price point and higher paid folks who choose to rent a lot of times it's a more appealing lifestyle to live in some of these luxury apartments and it would be to live in a single family home overall the share of renters is actually falling for the past two years as home ownership has increased according to Harvard's joint center for housing studies but that's after years of growth and renters following the recession in foreclosure crisis does the center's managing director Chris Herbert we also have household growth that's getting back up to levels that we would expect and so the number of those are choosing to own this still leaves plenty of people who are opting to rent as well so it's possible to have both markets on sound footing at the same time sounder footing means landlords can keep jacking up rents the average increase was three percent but in Pensacola renters are paying six percent more than a year ago in Tucson seven percent more and good luck if you rent in Las Vegas or Phoenix up more than eight percent clear Meyer is a tenant advocate in Phoenix where her rent has gone from eleven hundred dollars to thirteen seventy five in three years she's looking for a cheaper place it looks like it's going to be more cost effective to have to to pack to move to pay a new security deposit a new first month's rent instead of me able to stay in a property that we actually really love the longer she stays she says the harder it will be to save up to buy a place my name is Scott for market place if you've been in the market for a new car of late you've probably picked up on a trend toward to you might have even been a trend of participants if you were shopping for a car or an S. U. V. as more and more consumers are that's true number one bigger cars the bigger the car of course the bigger the price tag trended number two both of which as market place Jack Stewart reports help explain the drop in new car sales that automakers are reporting for the first half of the new car and truck sales in the U. S. are expected to drop below seventeen million vehicles this year for the first time since twenty fourteen this is Ben on unprecedented expansion and we know it had to end at some point Michelle Krebs analyst at auto trader says during the Great Recession people put car purchases on hold and we've been playing catch up since time but now the pent up demand from the Great Recession has been pretty much stopped up GM's US sales are down four percent for the down three fifth Chrysler's declined to percent this year so far foreign automakers show similar numbers and while mortgage interest rates might be low auto loan rates all relatively high at the moment says Chris Hopson of IHS markets consumers are facing higher interest rates when they were the previous two years or three years that makes the bigger more expensive crossovers and SUVs which people once even less affordable used car sales are seeing a bump says longtime auto analyst Rebecca Lindland and precisely because of those strong recent sales and leases which are now being turned in there are plenty of options you can have a really really nice twenty fourteen twenty fifteen model your vehicle and it's two thirds of the price of a new car bucking trends as usual tessellate reported a record quarter selling ninety five thousand because in the last three months but the road ahead is likely to be bumpy for the whole auto industry and its global supply chain as fears loom over tariffs and trade wars on Jack's euro for marketplace shore day it's gonna Wall Street and brought in lower Manhattan but that did not stand in the way record highs we'll have the details when we do the numbers.

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"jack euro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hundred dollars to thirteen seventy five in three years she's looking for a cheaper place it looks like it's going to be more cost effective to have to to pack to move to pay a new security deposit a new first month's rent instead of being able to stay in a property that we actually really love the longer she stays she says the harder it will be to save up to buy a place I mean he's got for market place if you've been in the market for a new car of late you probably picked up on a trend toward to you might have even been a trend to participants if you were shopping for a car or an S. U. V. as more and more consumers are that's true number one bigger cars the bigger the car of course the bigger the price tag trended number two both of which as market place Jack Stewart reports help explain the drop in new car sales that automakers are reporting for the first half of the new car and truck sales in the U. S. are expected to drop below seventeen million vehicles this year for the first time since twenty fourteen this is Ben on unprecedented expansion and we know it had to end at some point Michelle Krebs analyst at auto trader says during the Great Recession people put car purchases on hold and we've been playing catch up since then but now the pent up demand from the Great Recession has been pretty much stopped up GM's US sales are down four percent for the down three fifth Chrysler's declined to percent this year so far foreign automakers show similar numbers and while mortgage interest rates might be low auto loan rates all relatively high at the moment says Chris Hopson of IHS markets consumers are facing higher interest rates when they were the previous two years or three years that makes the bigger more expensive crossovers and SUVs which people ones even less affordable used car sales are seeing a bump says longtime order analyst Rebecca Lindland and precisely because of those strong recent sales and leases which are now being turned in there are plenty of options you can have a really really nice twenty fourteen twenty fifteen model your vehicle and it's two thirds of the price of a new car bucking trends as usual tessellate reported a record quarter selling ninety five thousand because in the last three months but the road ahead is likely to be bumpy for the whole auto industry and its global supply chain as fears loom over tariffs and trade wars on Jack's euro for marketplace shore day it's gonna Wall Street and brought in lower Manhattan but that did not stand in the way record highs we'll have the details when we do the numbers tomorrow is the start of one of those traditionally big weekends.

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"jack euro" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"And now you're nice. Well, then you suck, like I just basically it was a way in which to weed out anyone who was disingenuous. And then he said and I found this really interesting, I think pertains to me, like I had this great success. And you myself in this sort of weird race to get like that one more thing, right? Yeah. Because that's always a hope right? Like when you become defined by something when you're young. It's like the first thing they ask you like you're holding. Oscar, you just wasn't best actor or whatever. And the first thing is what you doing next. You have to be in perpetual motion a little bit. You're there's always another kid, there's always another gig. You wanna be you wanna be able to like going to be like, oh, I loved him from drinking, Josh and whatever. And I don't have that end. Whatever yet. And so Neil talked about, like he said, you know, I did the Chapelle show, and then I had this, you know, decade hiatus in the middle where I worked a lot, but it wasn't something of that level and L for a minute down. He's pretty much work with everyone. Good. That's yeah. Yeah. And then he said, and then he did that three Mike's Netflix special, which was brilliant and so well received. And he said, I had to have another similar success to realize how much how fleeting it was like I needed to. Have that second wave of to go seasonable bullshit. Yeah. Like this is actually all this thing that I thought I needed to, like, say, I'm not just that guy that plus this. Yeah. So you know, as I would so you feel like you're chasing the dragon. I think there's yeah, there's only a part of me. You know, I just I don't wanna be the one. I still feel wanna be the guy from redone. No. Bad. But you are just full of angst. Someone had told me. Doing it. They would have been like at I t's. No MAC, right? Angsty is the word. I wish someone. It's like, hey it's coming off a the lengthy. Got it. No. Yeah. So you like you want to, because especially when you do something when your kid like you're on a certain level of autopilot. Yeah. And so you of want to be like I bled for this as a grownup, and, you know, overperform you know. Yeah, exactly. Then, you know, a couple of days later, we all want things I want to go to the moon. Like I mean, I think for me and I you know, it's the same approach probably think, but who I don't know what the fuck I'm talking about. But, you know, listen just to the things that make you happy. Yeah. It goes across the board. Not just like with your work, but just anything. But no. Just what makes you happy don't chase that dragon. You know let's just. Due to consistent good work. There's, there's plenty of like, you know, child actors like, you know, like, just like people forget that Christian bale was a child actor. Yeah. Yeah. He was. He was in. He was the star of newsies people. Do fucking forget them. Batman, was the story of newsies. Oh, yeah. No. Can go fucking shit. But there's also looking just people who just like a which is name, check Jackie Earle. Haley, jack. Euro hail. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was he lied a key Kelly or something that from a bed newspapers again. And now he's like, yeah. He's like worship and this..

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"jack euro" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"jack euro" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"You know, we went to a couple of female colleges in the Senate or whatever. So I had a great education. And then I. I was. Given a full ride fellowship to go live in Europe for your Norway was was a philosopher there who was working on psychological research is combining philosophy and psychology. And I had to do major at Kenyon in that. So I went to work with him. And I ended up spraying a lot of time in Paris and playing hooky from slow which at that time was coming out of being kind of a little bit of a third world country for discovered oil the North Sea. So it was a very beautiful. They're wonderful people, but it was a little boring. So of course, I gravitated to Paris, and my background earlier than that I had fallen in love with bebop and jazz. And you know, my come from a different era. I come from the beatnik area era, not not the hippie era. You know, so my reference points were Jack, euro, etc. Ginsberg who I then later with Tim and a bunch of. In a bunch of people from the bay area in San Francisco in particular internationally. So I had an interesting background. I when I arrived at Harvard after the year in in us low. I was I went to meet my faculty adviser happened to be Timothy Leary. I didn't know he was I know anything about him and we met in a. In a the center for research in personality, which was on heading auspicious address was five divinity avenue. In Cambridge colonial house, and I walked in the door was looking for his office. I was expecting, you know. Normal office will turns out. It was a spacious space shortage. He had been delegated to a a former utility closet on the first floor, and he kinda had a little desk. It was very small space, but it was very engaging. And but he made it clear for the very beginning that his research focus had shifted in the previous year. You know, if you know his background, but he he had he was very well known in the field of psychological testing. In theory of personality is his test actually multidimensional personality test was later administered him when he was in prison. Actually, here's later, that's like a footnote on some of the history. So he. It was very clever and very head of his time in terms of that particular diagnostic, but he made it clear to me that he was no longer assuming that that was what maybe why would be interested in working with him. But he dissuaded me of that quickly and said that the previous summary had been in vodka taking the mushrooms with along with a few other people Frank Barron who was his good friend of his from university. California played a also significant role early in in research on creativity. So he said to me this is what I'm interested in. I'm interested in consciousness, I'm interested in the use of sack substances. If you're interested in that. I'd be delighted to have you as my graduate student. If not you're you're better off finding somebody right away. I sign me up. So because my background as I said earlier I had been involved with bebop. I in Paris, right? Hung out when my my Fulbright, I got to know a lot of amazing artists, but Paul and and. People ask Kapeta for it and the great bebop jazz players for that area. A lot of whom were expats, and it was a big expect community terrastar in literary jazz. And you know, the whole scene I stayed for a few months in a small hotel on roost man, they were like three jazz clubs on that street right on the left Bank up. The street was was soccer is cafe where he would hang out, you know. And so it was a really interesting time..

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