19 Burst results for "Jain Norma"

"jain norma" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"jain norma" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You by the CDC foundation coming up on KCBS will be joined by political analyst mark Sandler with a closer look at what this Jain Norma's corona virus a bill signed by the president aims to do case CBS news time six fifteen thank you for joining us with a look at the biggest winner in NFL free agency and this may surprise you C. yes Dan we often a laugh about ESPN for example coming up every year with its free agent winter so whatever the sport is before anybody is taking the field or take on the court and the having said that one of their listed free age of winters is worth mentioning and we're talking about thirty three year old career backup quarterback chase Daniel who just signed a three year thirteen point five million dollar deal with the Detroit Lions he will hit forty million for career earnings if he makes the lions season opening roster even though he has started only five games in ten years and thrown seven touchdown passes the only other quarterback in NFL history to play ten years with five or fewer starts his ex raider David harm John Madden often said it's the best job in football you stand around the sidelines with a clipboard and a baseball cap on and you make big money and your body is healthy year after year after year college ice hockey the division one playoffs have been canceled this is especially heartbreaking at Cornell University the men's and women's teams both ranked number one in the nation for the first time the within the last one the NC double a title fifty years ago the women still looking for their first at the sports desk Steve Bittner KCBS internet has changed so should the way you bank PNC virtual wallet for.

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"jain norma" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"jain norma" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The data breaches just keep on comin now there's new data about a massive data breach that hit the MGM resorts and roughly eleven million people had their personal information compromised at any of the MGM properties around the country that way the criminals catch well email addresses phone numbers physical addresses among other things potentially but it does not say credit card numbers so the information is what is referred to usually end the data protection industry is phone book information these data breaches come one after another after another Mary I had the Jain Norma's data breach yes it was a year and a half ago bit merry I got hit so badly and the number of people whose data has been exposed to hotel chains attention away as much as half a billion people around the world is one gas in the data protection industry so no this is going on and on and it brings up some is come up before and that is you should consider having specialized email addresses that you do not compromise your main personal email address because that's one of the things that criminals will want to try to get at the heart of your life in your data so having commercial email address for commercial activity.

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"jain norma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"jain norma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The data breaches just keep on comin now there's new data about a massive data breach hits him GM resorts and roughly eleven million people had their personal information compromised at any of the MGM properties around the country where the criminals catch well email addresses phone numbers physical addresses and my other things potentially but it does not say credit card numbers so the information is what is referred to usually and the data protection industry is phone book information these data breaches come one after another after another Marriott had their Jain Norma's data breach yes it was a year and a half ago yeah merry I got hit so badly and the number of people whose data has been exposed to hotel chains attention away as much as half a billion people around the world is one gas in the data protection industry so no this is going on and on and it brings up some is come up before and that is you should consider having specialized email addresses but you do not compromise your main personal email address because that's one of the things that criminals will want to try to get at the heart of your wife and your data so having commercial email address for commercial activity.

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"jain norma" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"jain norma" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Data breaches just keep on comin now there's new data about a massive data breach that hit the MGM resorts and roughly eleven million people had their personal information compromised at any of the MGM properties around the country that way the criminals catch well email addresses phone numbers physical addresses them on other things potentially but it does not say credit card numbers so the information is what is referred to usually end the data protection industry is phone book information but these data breaches come one after another after another Mary I had the Jain Norma's data breach yes it was a year and a half ago bit merry I got hit so badly and the number of people whose data has been exposed to hotel chains attention away as much as half a billion people around the world is one gas in the data protection industry so no this is going on and on and it brings up some is come up before and that is you should consider having specialized email addresses but you do not compromise your main personal email address because that's one of the things that criminals will want to try to get at the heart of your life in your data so having a commercial email address for commercial activity.

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"jain norma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"jain norma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The data breaches just keep on comin now there's new data about a massive data breach it hit him GM resorts and roughly eleven million people had their personal information compromised at any of the MGM properties around the country that way the criminals catch well email addresses phone numbers physical addresses and my other things potentially but it does not say credit card numbers so the information is what is referred to usually end the data protection industry is phone book information but these data breaches come one after another after another Mary I had their Jain Norma's data breach yes it was a year and a half ago bit Marriott got hit so badly and the number of people whose data has been exposed to hotel chains attention away as much as half a billion people around the world is one gas in the data protection industry so no this is going on and on and it brings up some is come up before and that is you should consider having specialized email addresses but you do not compromise your main personal email address because that's one of the things that criminals will want to try to get at the heart of your life in your data so having commercial email address for commercial activity is one suggestion I can give you in the never ending saga.

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"jain norma" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

Call Her Daddy

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jain norma" Discussed on Call Her Daddy

"So your first experience outside hostile passed out had this bitch importing water. Imagine he was freaking the fuck out all of this. And you like pass out quite a bit more than anyone I've ever met the biggest fear of needles and blood and raise anything invasive. So like when this fucking went down I fell onto the Harvard. He thought he killed you too. He was crying. I hope your relationship with salvaged. Sweetheart sweetheart. Now, let me tell you the best. Okay, gave me big that hug took me out tonight that you're like you almost kill you almost killed view mistook like biking, take you the police. Thing that sued, the relationship was solved solved solid better than ever. Wow, up the story of the story in the asset relationship cheat on him. And then just be ready to have anal. But if you're going to do anal, make sure that you pass outside, right? That he'll most killed you so that he feels bad about it. And then your relationship was good. Go hide the lewd, get it in shoved him. Take him for the team pass out wakeup all happy. Happy family how happy light. Wow, alley. I mean the tricks magin him, he's really terrified. He still talks about it to this day like shout out for sharing guys. And then I went on and cheat on him again. So, yeah, that was. I mean that was kind of scarring. But I do have to say to everyone that has a really bad. I experience like I went onto another guy and he was like, why the fuck they get annoyed because he was like, why won't you have anal with me? I'm like you have to understand time to recover. Okay. Goddamn fucking subway sausage piece of Jain Norma sandwich that was shoved up. Backing us whole sorry, Dari me full on talking food. I know you really hungry. Seriously? We haven't really gotten into Ainhoa I can tell you right fucking now that you're dick used to be a slippery the seal. Yes. Okay. And you don't shove it in. No as into buying juice thirty. You're listening to call her daddy, and you're not drenching your dick and lube, your easing, and no nothing. You know, nothing. Nothing came thrown around can pop up his guys, when you're sucking, and you're doing in the ass be fucking careful. I don't know. Maybe I start with a God damn fuck and finger start with the pinky, then the index in the middle, the pointer than the sum. Then the dick it's a slow steady race. Okay. So so are always bragging about how good we smell because this shit is beautiful sent bird bitch. Is it truly is the other day, hanging out with the sky and he was like you smell so fucking amazing yacht. Are you wearing? Yup. And it's all because of Semper you guys. Yup. Guys centered is a luxury.

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George Clooney: Amal and I 'have real security issues on a daily basis' due to ISIS case

Brett Winterble

02:50 min | 1 year ago

George Clooney: Amal and I 'have real security issues on a daily basis' due to ISIS case

"That George Clooney's like terrorism fighter? He went to ghanistan started fighting the no, no, no, no, no, no, no. This is this is a wild story. He's telling USA today, this publish this morning Amal, and I have real security issues on a daily basis due to ISIS. So I I was curious about this. He said as a mall, Clooney brings charges against ISIS in the French courts. Her husband, George Clooney is opening up about the frequent security risks. They face with their two children, one year old twins, Alexandra and Ella Alexander in Ella. My wife is taking the first case against ISIS to court. We have plenty of issues real proper security issues that we have to deal with on a daily basis, Clooney, a human rights activist in his own. Right. Told the Hollywood reporter we don't really want our kids to be targets so we have to pay attention to that. He's married to Amal who's a human rights lawyer. He added that he lives a pretty good life. I have a beautiful wife and two beautiful kids, but there are things you miss, I miss being able to walk with our kids in central park. So, what's, what's happening is? Amal Clooney is suing the ISIS organization, such as it is taking them to court because of their abuse of, of the women and girls who are victims of organized rape, and sex assault sex slavery, enforced marriage last month. She asked the UN Security Council to prosecute his lawn estate extremists in Iraq and Syria for rape arguing that, if the UN's most powerful body cannot prevent atrocities of sexual violence from happening in wartime. Then it must at least punish it and make Justice for victims of priority. Now I'm all about, like making fun of idiots in Hollywood and they're with their but you know what I gotta give them credit? This is like real deal stuff. I mean, this is actually like trying to save lives. Get Justice for these people who were just viciously abused. I think it is. I think it is important to see somebody step up and lead this fight. But God, you think about this. And you, you are painting, a Jain Norma's target on your back where you can travel what you can do where your kids can go. I mean it is it is it is a big big deal, and it is a frightening deal, by the way, at the bottom of the hour, we're going to be joined by James Hurson, our good friend, and we're going to get a good sense of what it is. That's happening with this Bill bar investigation. But in terms of that story of the, you know, in terms of that story with, with ISIS, and with Clooney, and his wife, you know, I think it's important that we that we do remember that there are people trying to fight this fight on a lot of different levels. And yeah, you know it's easy to. Look at her, and it's easy to say he's just married to a rich guy, and he's just superstar and all that you always worry about your kids. And you're gonna have to worry about your kids forever, and ever and ever. And that's the that's the frightening. Situation

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Coca Cola, Warren Buffett And Charlie Munger discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Coca Cola, Warren Buffett And Charlie Munger discussed on Brett Winterble

"Weekend in Omaha Nebraska is the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting and Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett were making their ways around talk at a variety of folks, Warren Buffett, he's a Jain Norma's democrat. I know I know so Charlie monger, I don't care about that. But I talking about the politics of the business of this. He also loves Coca Cola. He drinks about five cans of coca day, Warren Buffett. All right. His company is the largest shareholder of Coca Cola with a ten percent stake worth nineteen and a half billion dollars. So when he's talking about Coca Cola, and he's making comments about Coca Cola. He's making comments about Coca Cola and the management of Coca Cola is paying close attention because he's a big customer. He's big shareholder. So they asked him FOX businesses Liz, claiming said to Warren Buffett, what do you think about the idea that Coca Cola is thinking about diversifying into cannabis products? Either a CD concoction THC concoctions any of that sort of stuff. What do you think about Coca Cola getting involved in the marijuana business? They said it would be bad news Munger and Buffett said it would be bad news for the brand that the brand has a wholesome image. And that it would be detrimental sheep. She pushed a little further. He he didn't indicate that he would sell Coca Cola. He wouldn't dump his his his stake in Coca Cola. But he did say to Liz claiming I think everybody who knows what Coca Cola is. It has one hundred percent brand recognition around the world and all two hundred countries or whatever it is. Everybody knows what a Coca Cola is what coke is. It would it would be deleterious to that. Now all this goes back to the September report that coke had its eye on entering the cannabis space after constellation brands and Molson Coors announced their own investments in that industry. Then a month later Coca Cola dismissed it. They said they were not in talks or they were thinking about getting in talks with Aurora cannabis to produce a CBD infused beverage executives Coca-Cola said the company does not plan on getting into that space. Coca-cola could be missing out on a huge opportunity, by the way because that market in the US alone is expected to explode from one billion to sixteen billion in the next six years the market for for cannabis. It's already rapidly expanding. So that's an interesting question and an interesting dilemma. Bear in mind. Charlie Munger ninety five years old and Buffet's not that far behind him. These are these are not spring chickens, and they grew up at a time when when the grass was the grass was in what you

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"jain norma" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"You can have your. No, no, no, we'll make Nick over. There was nickel have to be part of the ground beef. I was thinking like literally everyone likes to walk guy. You know what I'm saying? Like, they always like the person was more walk on their plate. So be like is it like whip cream? Walk. Stir-fry like walk. He's talking about guac. Yeah. You walk. You look this up. This is this is this one talking for sure he looked up. He heard guacamole but in his head. He was like, ooh, that's easily walkable locks it in and he's like, I'm busting that out. How do I get there? And he's like, oh taco stand. Yeah. That's how I get there. Taco bar restaurant. It's called whack-a-mole. Oh with a couple of Qatar's dancing on the side. Whack a mole machine hit the mall when he pops up. Yeah. You just walked down the station if you want it you hit them all with the hammer. If you don't you just pass it by. Yeah. I liked that we should dump that we'll have a huge rat underneath my deck Jain Norma's. What might as well be a beaver? Okay. So we learned the other. The mole thing, by the way. Beavers incredible engineers to get them to work on that deck if you want to build it up a little bit thirty maybe make it bigger. We talked to other day, this is domesticated Dick's domesticated digs is fully moved into a house with his lady she forced him to shovel his driveway, which is gravel. Seven inches of snow the other day. So he's okay. We got snow. We got ice. All right. There's our driveway. The gravel is now in the front yard. When you asked me to cut the grass in the span..

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"jain norma" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You with your code can open it up and get the package out i saw a number of these cas this year and just a few of them the prior year i mean people already have this down to a science these boxes are not expensive unless you got a jain norma's one and it will handle most mid size and small packages that are being delivered to you if you don't wanna go to that step jet something like a wise cam twenty bucks for a wise cam mounted where you have a shot of where packages are dropped at your house and you have two weeks of cloud storage you can zoom in with them there's even a wise cam now w y z cam it's a pan and tilt that will work with artificial intelligence when there's something suspicious going on and that one's thirty dollars the neat thing with the wise cam is a solution to what's known as porch pirates is that it gives you two weeks a cloud storage for free so you've got a number of things that you can do other than this harebrained thing amazon wants you to do that i just can't accept amazon wants you to give them access to inside your home to be able to open your door you pay them by the way to set this up for you to be able to open your door and put packages inside your home with who knows who dropping off that package for amazon that sounds like a solution that's worse than the problem leading a stranger right into your home.

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"jain norma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Today's clark rageous moment is about an investment product i don't look at it as investment at all i look at it as just jump clark moment there's something that i despise in fact i call it a four letter word annuities annuities or something better pedaled to the unsuspecting individuals looking for a way to invest that supposedly feel safe but annuities are generally atrocious idea because they have massive jain norma's commissions huge ongoing fees bad tax treatment under the tax code and have something else often known as surrender charges where if you realize ucs i really got taken here you have to pay massive penalties to the insurance company to get out of the trash they sold in the first place well you may or may not be aware that there has been an ongoing debate about something known as the fiduciary rule it requires people who are selling you're helping people with investments for retirement to meet with those food sherry standard which means they must do what is in your best interest well that fiduciary rules kind of in suspended animation right now but a number of firms once it was established that this rule was coming change the way they do business and required that the people that work for them be fiduciaries well according to a report in market watch the sale of variable annuities which is a horrible piece of trash or down by twenty two percent twenty two percent in just a single year because once people had to provide investments that were in your best interest no way they could sell you a variable annuity because the funny thing is variable nudity which used to be peddled in huge numbers have worst tax treatment thin regular investment worse investment results than other normal investments because of the massive fees and commissions whenever a sales person is trying to sell you an annuity know the dangers but also i've noticed something with a lot of the solicitations by people offering you free dinners and stuff that i know we're selling annuities they don't use the word in new itty in their sales literature anymore because more and more people are aware of it you get to the point where somebody's putting a contract in front of your face you said that word annuity you.

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"jain norma" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"To make those two comparisons and say bom explosion now deal with that it's strong it really is a very strong statement to me i don't agree but i understand what it what it is i understand what she's saying because the of the simple fact of you're getting work with no compensation the you're getting the services of done with no compensation to the players and again i don't necessarily agree with it because i did internships and i didn't get paid there was that slavery and i will always agree and i know gavin and i disagree about this i will always disagree with the idea that there is no compensation lake here's i wanted to go i'm not talented at things so i wouldn't have gotten an athletic scholarship but i wanted to go to do when i was in high school and you see the out of state tuition is thirty thousand dollars a year so like on the one hand i would say who knows what it is now i'm very old so i i don't know what the tuition is now but my argument would be your first bit of compensation is that thirty thousand dollars my other argument would be your next bit of of compensation is a worldwide platform to display your skills for free and that that's the one thing that i think sometimes gets lost when you were finishing up high school or college or whatever how hard did you have to work putting together resumes and all that to try to get a job and i bet you put a ton of work into that and it was really hard to get your message out to many people as you probably wanted to one thing that athletes do benefit from is they have a jain norma's platform to get their their resume out to literally every single person that needs to see it now is it a fair system of course not because the nc double a just signed a multibillion dollar contract to broadcast march madness in the fact that there's no money involved for the kids outside of that is stupid but my main issue with ms carter right here is that i hate the comparison to slavery because i think it is.

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"jain norma" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Today's car courageous moment is about an investment product i don't look at it all i look at it as just junk roaches clark moment there's something that i despise in fact i call it a four letter word annuities annuities or something that pedaled to the unsuspecting individuals looking for a way to invest that supposedly feel safe but annuities are generally atrocious idea because they have massive jain norma's commissions huge ongoing fees bad tax treatment under the tax code and have something else often known as surrender charges where if he realize oops i really got taken here you have to pay massive penalties to the insurance company to get out of the trash they sold in the first place you may or may not be aware that there has been an ongoing debate about something known as the fiduciary rule it requires people who are selling who are helping people with investments for retirement to me with those a fiduciary standard which means they must do what is in your best interest well that fiduciary rules kind of in suspended animation right now but a number of firms once it was established that this rule was coming change the way they do business and required that the people that work for them be fiduciaries well according to a report in market watch the sale of variable annuities which is a horrible piece of trash or down by twenty two percent twenty two percent in just a single year because once people had to provide investments that were in your best interests no way they could sell you a variable annuity because the funny thing is variable annuities which used to be peddled in huge numbers have worst tax treatment then a regular investment worse investment results then other normal investments because of the massive fees and commissions whenever a salesperson trying to say in an annuity no the dangerous but also i've noticed something with a lot of the solicitations by people offering you free dinners and stuff that i know we're selling annuities they don't use the word annuity in their sales literature anymore because more and more people are aware of it you get at the point where somebody's putting a contract in front of your face you said that word annuity you run away rhyme you're listening to the clark howard show.

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"jain norma" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Rages clark rageous moment there's something that i despise in fact i call it a four letter word annuities a new ities or something that are pedaled to the unsuspecting individuals looking for a way to invest that supposedly feel safe but annuities are generally atrocious idea because they have massive jain norma's commissions huge ongoing fees bad tax treatment under the tax code and have something else often known as surrender charges where if you realize oops i really got taken here you have to pay massive penalties to the insurance company to get out of the trash they sold in the first place you may or may not be aware that there has been an ongoing debate about something known as the fiduciary rule it requires people who are selling who are helping people with investments for retirement to meet with those a foodie sherry standard which means they must do what is in your best interest well that fiduciary rules kind of in suspended animation right now but a number of firms once it was established this rule was coming change the way they do business and required that the people that work for them be fiduciaries according to a report in market watch the sale of variable annuities which is a horrible piece of trash or down by twenty two percent twenty two percent in just a single year because once people had to provide investments that were in your best interests no way they could sell you a variable annuity.

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"jain norma" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on TechStuff

"Sub nets so when setting up a network engineers can aim for a range of addresses that best suits the organizations needs and not go beyond that and now you have to go for consecutive addresses if you're using cidr notation otherwise you have to keep using the notation repeatedly gets pretty messy we use the notation to represent ib addresses in this way if you've ever seen what looks like an ip address followed by a slash and then a decimal number you've likely seen an example of c i d r notation the decimal number represents the number of leading one bits in the routing mask essentially it's a shorthand notation to express the range of addresses represented in a network and it's not limited to octuplets the way class full representation was one big benefit of cidr was that fewer ip addresses would go to waste on used if you were setting up a large but not jain norma's network you can set up a range of ip addresses sufficient to meet your needs without going overboard by tens of thousands of excess addresses which in turn meant that those unused addresses could be freed up for other networks and it allowed for a better distribution of ib addresses in other words another solution is network address translation or in a t net set of rules that allows a single device tack to sort of a liaison between a specific network and the internet so remember the internet is a network of networks so device like a router could act as the gateway between your local network the one that just has a bunch of computers directly communicating with one another and then everything else out there on the internet so i'll use my office as an example when i log in from how stuff works all traffic between the internet and my computer passes through our company's net router i the router has a range of ip addresses that ultimately come from i a you have to go up a couple of levels several levels as it turns out but i a ultimately was the agency that granted this my computer on the other hand has.

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"jain norma" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on 710 WOR

"All is down there is ignorant me but i mean it's everywhere everyone's were in jersey's everyone's were in lsu football is just jain norma's opel heerden louisiana um now reporting a lot bigger themselves parties dallas are so close o cowboys that then split illustruious all the little resented the choosing a lot of kona bieler fans euroc where they can turn around the earth but also yeah why st scott a bright future ahead and certainly and and how did you play any football where you are always two straight up baseball guy actually i played a a play fourth in high school um i used to play a wider fever growing up i quit my freshman your high school then i join the team again as a senior hunter join us plugs over the golan soccer football coach stock also surplus football punish good job man it was fun i really enjoyed a i sense to the first time i looked slim and tackle david tackles upon our after the first game yeah wow pretty cool much been a rough game for the offense yeah is that look out what our big izetbegovic pitcher really appreciate the time thanks for bear with us so hopefully we cut the highline time for it in mean to break up to your too many bad memories but thanks for playing along seth lugo mets pitcher in iceland to join and i have an again solid spring training thus far it's a big sprang four robert selmane for zach wheelers pitched extremely well those farthest spraying now steven mats maybe falls into that group little bit where it is uncertain what his role will be uh but at least thus far lugo taken care of what.

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"jain norma" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Longerterm storytelling you know i was so used to sort of dealing with a two hour format to really start to thank six hours of of movie nia was really different in to see where they all go and a really think about the dramatic the separate dramatic questions reach it was also the first time from me that i truly felt like i was telling a thematically important set of stories and that's actually the thing that i most proud of with those movies you know looking back you sort of see after my my first one the box office circuit the dwindle a little bit and you know i also look at an idea was started to dwindle as the as the story got even more norani up yep and more thematic right as the sort of fun kookiness of some elements of the first and even my first started to go away the audience twin build a little bit rain but even by those standard it's it's actually i was thinking about this when i was the new i was gonna talk to you to think about how jain norma's those movies were considering the complexity and the darkness of the material with that can i can analogous in the last year or two is like handmaid's tale as like rice us i mean like and on ensure numbers probably isn't of the success curley the that hamad games that but at least it's getting like the the residue you know the the the the acclaim it deserves but like you made star wars like size like blockbusters about ptsd end and warcrimes and just like getty shipped zia now in that's look that's what i'm that's what i'm really proud of but the thing is and this is an unfortunate thing and i'm probably always be dealing with us in this is what i'm getting prepared to deal with now is with the release of a movie the last taste in your mouth is that sort of public perception of.

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"jain norma" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"We have his baseline right we know what the theory is there has been though a real world experimented you remember the reagan years i do um what happened then was a tax cuts and a whole lot of deficit spending because president reagan in in the 1984 term did not cut government spending while he was cutting taxes so uh with that his background there is a current day reallife example the state of kansas two thousand twelve a governor sam brownback past convinced the legislature out there actually to pass a jain norma's tax cut huge huge tax cut what he was going to do was he was gonna make the state more business friendly he said and put more money back into the hands of the taxpayers of the great citizens mmm and the reason at that we get to use it as this big example is because they can't they themselves governor brownback himself called it the kansas experiment and it was remarkable because it was one of the few times excluding be the current federal administration when you had a republican governor very very traditionally fiscally conservative republican governor an republicancontrolled congress thick congress and they said okay this is the petri dish for this conservatism were going to do it it's an economic experiment in trickledown economics and it was aimed at what he called he called it a march two zero of relied dotted noor in terms of spending yeah i mean it was this like.

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"jain norma" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jain norma" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"We have his baseline right we know what the theory is there has been though a real world experimented you remember the reagan years i do um what happened then was a tax cuts and a whole lot of deficit spending because president reagan in in the 1984 term did not cut government spending while he was cutting taxes so uh with that his background there is a current day reallife example the state of kansas two thousand twelve a governor sam brownback past convinced the legislature out there actually to pass a jain norma's tax cut huge huge tax cut what he was going to do was he was gonna make the state more business friendly he said and put more money back into the hands of the taxpayers of the great citizens mmm and the reason at that we get to use it as this big example is because they can't they themselves governor brownback himself called it the kansas experiment and it was remarkable because it was one of the few times excluding be the current federal administration when you had a republican governor very very traditionally fiscally conservative republican governor an republicancontrolled congress thick congress and they said okay this is the petri dish for this conservatism were going to do it it's an economic experiment in trickledown economics and it was aimed at what he called he called it a march two zero of relied dotted noor in terms of spending yeah i mean it was this like.

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