17 Burst results for "Japan Asia"

"japan asia" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"japan asia" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Other news. We're just getting the official word. No surprise. That a Ninja pendant panel of experts has overwhelmingly voted in favor of recommending that the Food and Drug Administration authorized visors covert 19. Vaccine for emergency use. In people ages 16 and older. Um This is dumb. The FDA is not obligated to go along with the panel's recommendation, widely anticipated, the regulatory agency will indeed authorize the Fizer vaccine for emergencies. I thought that's what the panel did. So the panel had to approve. That's the FDA can approve what the panel approved for them to be able to approve the vaccine. So how many steps are we gonna have to go through on this? Anyway, The big meeting today was was key, and so they have, as expected, they have given the thumbs up. On the visor vexing 855295 66 100 Betty in Oklahoma City. Hi, Betty. Hi. Come on. Then. While that it glad I'm glad be talking about you. Thank particular call. You bet. What do you think of that? You know? So I'm thinking about China and it's what is it now We're two billion and India part of day over two billion. Yeah, why the White has struck down to lessen somewhere around 700 million. And most of America is a Zafar is my knowledge is still white were the you know? So I'm just wondering, you know, Of course, that's going to make a difference. And with the world population, you know what they say might make the power and you know if you're the aunt And the other people are you know the mouse or whatever you want to turn all of you on the uses. Then, of course you're going to be kicked around. You know, I mean, I know we've got my inner military. That's where strength and is, but it's not in the economy and the more I think their economy is one of the most dangerous things about America right now. The situation we're in with their dad. Well, I agree with you on the debt. I agree with you on the debt. But China still needs us more than we need them. This was the point of the president when he was doing the trade war. Um, I did not concur with the conclusion on who paid for it. But I I It was clear as could be. China definitely needs us more than we need them. Now, if we decided to ban China and all of their products you and I would notice But we would do we would survive. We would do just fine. China without America will collapse. The way it is right now. That's why they're racing around the world trying to get other deals with other countries. They don't want to rely just on us. We're very important to them and their economy is what you're right. Critical critical. Okay for now. Critical in their economy. Conti, What is that? The critical area in our economy? Is it the dead or what is it? Critical for them. But they they they need us tow. Oh, in their economy. They make cheap stuff. Or ere upon me, What's the most critical part in the American economy in your opinion? The debt. I don't like the debt. We're running it up like it's no tomorrow and there is a tomorrow. I can't tell you when. Yes. And one more point on that. You ask, And maybe somebody out there can help me to understand this. How is it? That we pay so much and touches and things and love that goes to schools and things so and why is it that our kids go and her grandkids go to college and they're not instructed on what Is out there that they're going to need to take the best courses. And the best deals to go into and someone came out with an art degree and worked in a restaurant is what he's going down. That is and they end up in Dan Head over heels. That is, that is I think I mentioned it yesterday or day before their education system is running circles around ours. We were worried about little Johnny and Suzie having to work hard and do homework. Huh? The kids in China have a very rigorous demanding education system, and I believe it's six days a week. So they are Whoring information education into their Children's heads, and we're trying to Become fluff in this country that that is my biggest worries. And that's what they're trying to do for the sole purpose of surpassing us in education and knowledge and then being able to steal whatever ideas they have. And then the young, smart Of young Chinese students will come up and make the product that they've stolen even better Leave us in the dustbin. I could see that their plan. Thing. Yeah. And what is that, speaking for her descendants along the line, I mean, our Children and our grandchildren there now, great Jim grandchildren. Bush in the world. Are they gonna be living? Wish them well, I They don't know what's gonna happen. The one thing that we have And it's it's talked about rather trite, Lee sometimes as if Oh yes, our freedom. People say freedom. It rolls off the tongue without the depth of really thinking about What freedom means, And it means more than you and I can kind of do what we want within the guard rails, but it allows you and me to have a mindset. That is so different than anybody else in the world and our Children will have that mindset. You. You put kids in a very rigid Japan Asia's famous for very rigid economic education system and for them to be creative for them to be able to break out of the mold. For them to be. I mean, you see it in a number of different industries. It's uh, not not trying to be racist here, but there is a different culture that leads to a.

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"japan asia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"japan asia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is that fair? I watch one. You know, I'm talking to my producer. You know, I watch one figure on the Corona virus deaths. Website of of World World Dominators. Sweden. So while Europe is having a second wave as they call it worse, they say, in some ways in some countries in the first The number of people who died in Sweden yesterday was seven. The number of people who have died of the average for the last few months in Sweden, too. Because Sweden more than any of the country might have heard immunity. I cannot explain. I'm challenged and it's always challenge myself. Well, What about South Korea? I can't. I don't know the answer to that. Maybe South South Korea the idea that South Korea Lock down earlier. Is possible. But that means that nobody got it afterwards to spread it to many people, and I don't know how that happened. Do you know? Right? So when if we don't know him? Yeah. Yeah. Japan, Asia. That's right. Who knows? Who knows? Wise, not just South Korea have is entirely accurate. But talking about Western civilization. Another thing that you need to know talking about the West is you have to compare the United States not to individual countries, Only two countries have more people than the U. S. India and China. That is Indonesian. I don't think that the mission has more than us. So only two countries in the world. So, saying all the United States has more cases, more deaths than exploits is irrelevant. What you have to do is compare the US to Europe. What is the population of Europe? You wanna look that up is about the same as the US. That's what I always That's what I always assumed. Okay, roughly the same. So your look a European No, no, no, that's not accurate. That's only Western Europe. People often don't include Eastern Europe. I'm including Eastern Europe. Incidentally, I'm supposed to give a speech in Hungary in a few weeks. Ah, I'm laughing because I have no idea what's going to happen. I can imagine a sort of nightmarish scenario of giving to Budapest and then being put on the first plane back to the hated states, then coming packed in five states of having to be corn..

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"japan asia" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"japan asia" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"japan asia" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"japan asia" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"So I know it's it's so he in this town if you're lucky, you make movie three, which is very frustrating but I'm I'm. Speeding up now so I`Ma ones wants this. Is over I'm GONNA writing this hopefully writing to. Production. Of My next movie and I also had some project going going in Japan Asia so Lavish to show attack to keep you know fighting on feel I'm satisfied one percent ways my work and. Great well, I can't wait to see what you put out. Thank you. Again, this was is a real pleasure. Any parting advice for aspiring directors out there You just have to keep on shooting. You know I mean don't don't give any reason. You know why you're not doing. We'll talk twenty years ago twenty twenty years ago twenty five years ago I was living in this you know in Japan or this everything is so small right? So I was living in this one room apartment in Osaka Long Room. One one tiny tiny tiny room in Japan. And I always had this hired video camera and I was I always. Had you know? My best friend who? Ultimately became a composer versus. Because like I said, and I was like twenty five win you normally when you when you five people get the job, it'd be easy. But this guy, you know he wasn't really doing anything and I was really doing anything. So he was always hanging out in my. House my apartment tiny room. But you know so I- concrete. We shot like I duNNo. Globally twenty thirty shot movies just him a me. Sometimes guy that's it. Every everything is in this little tiny tiny apartment. And you'd be surprised at how many if you really focus in how many crazy ideas you can come up just. So. You know. One of my masterpiece I believe is that the this one goal out tackle hunter? L. Bustle. Wind up movies right and video games. So of course, your..

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"japan asia" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"japan asia" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"japan asia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"japan asia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Your customers are the most important thing about your bank. How are they doing out there? Bonnie. Thanks so much for having us on. You know, I'd say that people are doing well. All things considered. It is a time of bobbing and weaving if he will, given the circumstances, but I'd see that in terms of access to capital in terms of the demand for for liquidity, things were flowing quite well. Of course it fits and starts like like in any business, But I think that by and large, we're seeing really pockets of strengths and some geography is in some industries in and as I think mentioned in the earlier segment, also some challenges as well. But on balance things are are very, very much class have full All right. So Erica's You think about your portfolio give us a sense of how you're positioned right here. There's some obsolete tech stocks have been just been pushing at the indices higher. Some concern about a lack of breath in the marketplace. How are you viewing things? Well, we think that's a big issue, and our strategy has been Teo to use the vernacular feed the Ducks a bit on technology, looking to sell on strength again a day like today, when you see just a continued Upward momentum in the NASDAQ composite of NASA 100 Relative, Tio, it's domestic counterparts, but also most notably their international counterparts. That's been a significant disparity of performance between domestic versus non non US and so we've had more of a U. S bias, which has worked But we think that as we keep repelling higher, we have been taking some of our large cap technology off the table Investing Maurin mid and small cap and a little more in emerging markets, but less so in developed international. It's still a source of funds for us. Right now. So what's China hasn't developed international or is it in emerging markets? It's still emerging market. But I think it's an important point, Bonnie that it has to really get to really decouple separate out your emerging markets exposure. And, of course, we, like many investors are skeptical about the headline data We get from China. But based on the factory orders as well as we were hearing from from company reports. China's doing pretty well right now, So we do think that's a place where investors can can retain some footing, but other places were still more prove it. Area's particularly Latin America, as well as other parts of non Japan Asia. Those air those air spots that we still think you need to see some momentum before getting more excited about Ford prospects. So, Eric, How about on the fixed income side here? We've had a lot of news just in the past week from Fed chairman pal about how the Federal Reserve is thinking about inflation. How are you guys position ourselves on a fixed income side? Well, we thought that last Thursday's statement from the Fed with meaningful and we're really more willing to take on a touch more credit risk than we had been, But we prefer to have that quote unquote full faith and credit mentality within our bond portfolio, So we're still believers and owning some some longer duration Treasuries. I know that in the earlier guest had hats and worthwhile thoughts there. We think that if you get that risk ofthe moment if you see challenges with back to school or challenges, with the election owning some long duration convicts city, which is just a fancy way of saying that we want to own some Some assets that will will go up in value. If that growth scare materializes. So we still think owning some Treasuries makes sense. But we are inching into corporate credit. We still think the better place to take on risk isn't global equities over fixed income right now. But again, taking in a little more corporate credit risk, we think makes sense in this environment. So given what you've just said, I have to ask you about Warren Buffett buying financials in Japan. You know when I mean a lot of what you said, is consistent with that, right? Is that something you'd be interested in? Or what do you make of that called? By Warren Buffett. You know, Bonnie, I think there are a number of things out there that you almost have to take on a private equity type of mentality in terms of when they might work. I think Japanese equities certain consumer centric sector's think of those sectors just have not done very well. They've had a bit of a bounce since the march 23rd lows, but think of hotel stocks. Think of Travel. Those are eventually going to work for people like us. But of course clients measure results versus benchmarks. Gonna make sure that that were obviously keeping up to stop the hopefully exceeding Uh, you know, we can't just wait for that to work out indefinitely. Those that have a little more patients and add a little longer time horizon. I think opportunities like that Make a ton of sense in this environment. A couple real quickly here on real assets. I'm thinking about gold here, pushing up against $2000 per ounce level. How do you guys think about gold here? So on our model's Paul Gold is about 23% expensive relative that where we'd be more interested. We look at things like Central Bank balance sheet size as well as other base metals. And so we think it is, of course, a non cash flowing asset, but We want to probably see it come in a little bit more before getting more aggressive, But we do think that, given the likelihood of ongoing a central bank support an asset markets that gold is a worthwhile part of the portfolio. We just like to own it a little bit lower than where trading right now. Yeah, it's fascinating, and then you know other commodities as well. Would you have some interest in or particularly gold because ifit's particular properties To the thing that we're doing the broad real asset category Vanni that were struggling with a bit here is howto Think about realestate just because it has a lot of properties that we like In this environment. It has a a deflation hedge. It has a degree oven inflation hedge as well. But we're just not sure about how corporate footprints may materialized. So we do think that as negative interest rates persist, which we think will happen both domestically as well as internationally that you want to own cash flowing assets, so that would be really our primary goal. But we do think that real estate just given some of the potential volatility in cash was in what rent rolls may look like. That's a little less of a focus for us right now. We think that if you had to be involved in space that the gold is probably the most interesting thing just went on a little bit little cheaper. Eric. Thanks so much for joining us. We appreciate Eric Friedman, Chief investment officer. U S Bank Wealth management Right now, let's sit.

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"japan asia" Discussed on Eu tava l�

Eu tava l�

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on Eu tava l�

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"japan asia" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

"We look way because we don't have anything to look forward to accept Christmas. I'm alive within sadly months lives suck ass so eleven months sox eleven months ten months. That's not as bad. I guess there's some good to good months. Not really like December sucks until actual Christmas Day. No January's fun though. 'cause plan the lodge legal analyst. Suv eleven months of SUCK EDGE. In ONE MONTH. Of of you know that we're happy to be alive. And then their time you know. We just struggled to keep going struggle to get up every morning and cry on our way to work. That's fine okay. A Nice picture of life what wide we drink. This is why I drink okay. Let's see what else they got? Okay people have grease believe that getting married on a leap year will bring bad luck. Obviously you probably won't make it to your first anniversary because most people want make it for the first few years anyway. Yeah so yeah. Is that because she proposed or maybe she might have proposed the gun in her hand too. It was embarrassing for him. Because he's like I'm not wearing any goddamn loves all right all right? February twenty-ninth became the official leap day because of the ancient Romans because they knew what the fuck was going on and they added to the calendar because they knew now the Romans the same as the Mayans Minin. Whatever those are that told us that. We're all dying your two thousand. No that's their calendar. That's different they're saying. Hey we're America and the other people are in Greece over there over there. He's pointing to a neighbor over there over there really there across the pond right Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean by the Pacific to know. You have to go through like Russia. Shit if you think you would be Japan Asia. Yeah I'd have to go to China and then Russia and then you find right. He's with me. They already do that. Because you're tall and white. Yeah really white and red hair with the polls. I had a CO worker. Many years ago. Who was a tall very blonde woman older woman and she took a trip to China On like a travel agency and like tour thing and she said like a lot of the people over there had never seen someone with blonde hair before and so they just all. They kept asking her if they could touch her hair. Because they'd never seen blonde hair before. I don't know about bill touch that they wouldn't have all little. Angie could you imagine Angie and China while she's so friendly? Yeah so it'll and long hair blue eyes and white skin very white skin and she can just put her in your pocket. She's is clear in your pocket. Actually she might be. She might be taken somebody might take. We like what's happened to her. She'll put a damn good fight though she would actually really wouldn't wanNA fight N. G. like a foot and a half taller than I sti. She's tough she grab it. Hey Bells Feisty Audit. She wrangles bulls. Yeah yeah no yeah. Hey may yeah. We didn't get okay. Yeah we're late getting started. Sorry to go to Kitty. Kitty who are you trying to give us? Mcveigh Kitty. Kitty. No not yet. We're almost done. I can hold. I swear I promise. Okay I'll hold the kitty. We're down to our last segment here. Oh Heather is GonNa take the Kitty. Heather's got the kitty okay. All right so the last tiny bit. I have are fun things to do on Leap Day. So if you don't have anything to do tomorrow on Saturday Harrison things you can do hold a kitty propose German right right letter to yourself to be open for years from February twenty ninth to the next year. That right this acute I would you know you just put it somewhere and then you open it up and four years so I hope I have more money saved so take. My life doesn't suck much. That does right. Now get better. It's actually not bad idea. Actually write down everything. That's going on your life right then you're going to remind yourself in four years you can be like. Oh God my life is so much better than or God I had it really good back then then Oh gosh. I can't believe we should do that. We should all be letter four years. We'll all be right here again and we'll open them read. What would be even better? Oh my God. The letters to whom it may concern. Yeah we'll put the letters all things in the wall. Pick ONE OUT OKAY. And then then we may not have room okay. That's awesome and then five years that way we all have to make sure we're still in contact with each other. Who WILL BE? I know we will be sitting right here four years from now all all doing the same thing. I don't think we're going to bring ten subscribers. We'RE GOING TO BE IN. Hopefully who have millions of subscribers? Millions Billy Open up little things like Oh. Our podcast had ten subscribers are jobs Levin. Okay God all right. Frogs are associated with leap day. Rut FROG'S LEAP RIGHT RABBITS. Then so you should make some frog origami or play a game of leapfrog or make.

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"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Sitting there sipping tea. And it's a guy sit down we're GONNA do some calligraphy and we mean learning this crazy. I mean look. I can't speak Japanese. I tried it was a disaster. The only Japanese are lambs off a couple of very way with Japanese girls top. The problem is the only reason anyone learns anything but of course the problem is that the Japanese women speak differently. Two Japanese men so every time I was in my Japanese class and I said anything that say you sound like a woman right now. I'd say okay but anyway I would. I would go in and and to calligraphy with this founder of Sony. I mean how insane is this? How did I even get what? Why why would this happen? I noticed they were. They were the designs that were coming out. I mean was there a point in which you cut as attention with this group of. Yeah I was leaving. He would sometimes a couple of US would go. Sometimes he just asked for me. I mean I was the one that was packaging. The design the other people in our group were computer scientists. They were engineers. They were people who studied laser technology. They were all more creating the machinery that I was then going to package but my packaging was kind of key because particularly in Japan Asia. Technology is a very fashionable thing. I mean you would have for example in America or the UK you would buy Walkman or or discipline at that time. We're talking late eighties early nineties and you'd kind of keep it you kind of look after it. But in Japan it was a disposable thing you'd sort of have a new walkman or discipline every year. It was always like a keeping up with a jacket or a pair of shoes. You keep up with the trends there so it was my job to kind of find that space in terms of those new designs you saying that you mentioned inception to say of the the interest scenes and things like everyone knows obviously the interesting exception and they know that beautiful. Asian gardens and stuff like that begun you saying that. There's some inspirations that are drawn from from wealth and I'll tell you something and i. I know Chris would totally be fine with this. Chris Nolan that is for sure. Chris's scripts are so perfect. It's he's literally their direct. Try Work with where you start a project. And here's the script and that's the shooting script. Yes however my biggest point to pride on inception was noticing that Chris had started. The story of inception with a character called site does Japanese and the scene was written as a Scottish castle. And I read it and I knew that the main protagonists in the story was supposed to be architects and designers who are creating these dream worlds. I'm one of those guys and the truth. Is that if were trying to seduce someone who is Japanese. They were trying to pull one over on somebody WHO's Japanese. Why would you choose a Scottish Castle? Move to make them feel at ease and I pitched a Chris the idea that we should go with Japanese castle and he sort of I remember sort of frowned at means said. That's actually good. Why didn't I think I knew? Have to understand. This is a man whom who is all the time has to accept perfection. You know and he actually went ahead and change that detail. That's how the Japanese costal existed. Unloved comes from your personal life though. It was Mary lobby experience through. Yeah but but Chris O. Hide me I mean. He's he's he's a very smart guy. He has a a very talented in regular designer in Nathan. Crowley and Nathan was busy during the time when inception happened. Yeah so Chris was kind of forced to go outside of his comfort. Sir Puzzle quick so we jumped from the product designed to the movie industry. Come into this so less time. We saw heroes. They were drawing calligraphy. Young one thousand nine hundred building in Tokyo somewhere I can I can back up and and and also fast forward as well to a very long story short. I started to get very bored of designing blackbox. Because that's really what Sony wanted me to do. What do you mean blackbox was what I mean is I was designing products and I was pitching ideas. Like bamboo radios and recyclable materials. And this was a little ahead of the curve. They just weren't ready for it. They wanted plastic boxes. And it became very demoralized with that work although I did it for them designed a ton of products. I'm sure that if hot enough I'd find something here that I designed way back in the day because there are only about thirty people in the design department there but I became very demoralized so I started releasing my creative energy by just designing imaginary machines and spaces architecture and characters and I had a friend who came around to my little tiny Japanese apartment. Solis stuff everyone said. You should just put this in an exhibit and I said. Yeah but I'm not an artist. They said no no. You're an artist. You need to exhibit this. So they organized an exhibit for my personal work for you for me and it was. It was no big deal in Japan. It was it was advertised locally in Tokyo and people came in when they have business cards and all that stuff but something strange happened at exactly the same time. The early nineties. It exactly the same time that might exhibit was going on George. Lucas Island were having a retrospective world tour of all the stuff they done. On the first three star wars films in the First Three Indiana Jones films and it was sort of like a George Lucas retrospective. This is way before He started revisiting stalls. People thought that was it. You had three stalls films. Zovut over so this exhibit was going on and an art director from island. That's industrial light. Magic in the Bay Area San Francisco Super Famous company. Yeah Visual Effects Company. They were rating this exhibit and they happened to wander out one down the street and go into this tiny gallery where my stuff was on display. I Don in store you ran into so I turn up one day and the person who runs the gallery for this exhibit gallery places. Says they're very excited. They're looking all freaked out and see what's going on. And they said you know dyson. This arrived few today and they held out a business card and I looked at it and it was this kind of magician and said I am and it said Harley Jessop Art Director Industrial Light Magic Now. I knew vaguely what industrial light magic was because I was such a fan of Ralph Macquarie's and and Joe most epic biggest companies out there period. Yes and you know Ralph Aquarian Joe Johnson by the way Joe Johnson. I now know and still worship but it's probably very annoying to him that I just being you know completely not worthy around him. These guys had essentially invented the idea of Terni industrial design into movie design for the Modern Age. The had obviously been movie designed before there but they started something you. What do you mean approaching the designer film as if you were designing a product? Yes before that design had always come from a theater perspective so a lot of the science fiction films before before Star Wars. Now I'm going to separate two thousand one. That is the exception to the rule but all science fiction films prior to Star Wars had sort of been designed by traditional movie designers and theanswer designers who came from a very different perspective from people who knew how things will put together. How engines worked they were not key aheads or guys that were interested. In motorcycles. Cars were stage people. These were stage people and suddenly you had these guys that George Lucas had. I suppose the the genius to hire who literally invented Darth Vader's Helmet C. Three Po opportunity to this millenium. And these these products. They look like designed products. They look like designed pieces and set. It changed everything it changed everything. And the only example before star wars of any real note is two thousand one Stanley Kubrick's work and in his case he went to production design entity masters who then sought the consultation of people. Who really designed for NASA? Who really were scientists? So the designs in two thousand one Incredible and still revered by designers and illustrates an even fashion designers. That I've spoken to have stolen from two thousand one. It is a masterpiece. Are you saying that the engineers like these people? These technical people that worked at NASA Morton collaboration with theatre designers together to be able to create this. That was that was Stanley. Kubrick's genius Fatih thousand want flash forward to the mid seventies and George. Lucas Hires Ralph a query. Who's an established amazingly talented illustrator and perhaps controversially mass say he highs Joe Johnson. Who's a kid straight out of industrial design school with more talent than you can imagine who looks films like two thousand one says? Yeah I can do that. I can do that and mix it with American graffiti. I can do that. A make that spaceship into a hot. Rod. You know and that's how you get the magic of Star Wars that we all even to date just a so attracted to that to me was the birth of a whole generation of people who I know who friends of mine and people. I know whether it's Doug Chiang these other incredible designers who aspired to come out of industrial design into the film industry. And you're saying the perspective that they brought with because they knew how things actually work basically how to real objects real products. Yeah they design sets and props and entire scenes that felt real in that same way and suddenly it was stuff that we looked at on the screen. When I would love to have a spatial like that and that looks really thought about just insert spatial here know. Someone designed a spaceship and it looks like it's going to fly and it looks like it's going to fly down to the boy racist stripes on the side view. It's it's a fantastic thing and so anyway when I get this business card unfilled with all this excitement and fear of the little. I know about this. Trajectory of of of design from two thousand one through two stop was not like this is these are the guys who made you know? Millennium Falcon these guys. That made the death star these guys that the made RTD to and they've Latham business call. Did you believe we're not I? I went home and I went. What am I going to do about this? I waited because Japan's different timeframe. I waited till the middle of the night cold up America and this very charismatic voice comes on. He's like hi. This is Harley Jessop and.

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"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Sitting there sipping tea and it's a guy. Sit down. We're GONNA do some calligraphy. And we mean learning this crazy I mean look I can't speak Japanese I tried. It was a disaster. The only Japanese are lambs off a couple of very way with Japanese girls. Top. The problem is the only reason anyone learns anything but. Of course, the problem is that the the Japanese. Women speak differently. Two Japanese men so every time I was in my Japanese class and I said anything that say. You sound like a woman right now. I'd say okay. But anyway I would I would go in and and to calligraphy with this founder of Sony. Mean how insane is this? How did I even get? What why why would this happen? I noticed were the were the designs that were coming out I mean. was there a point in which you cut as attention with this group of yeah? I was leaving. He would sometimes a couple of US would go. Sometimes he just ask for me I mean I was the one that was packaging the design. The other people in our group. Were computer scientists. They were engineers. They were people who studied laser technology. They were all. More. Creating the machinery that I was then going to package. But my packaging was kind of key because. Particularly in Japan Asia. Technology is a very fashionable thing I mean you would have. For. Example in America or the UK, you would buy Walkman or or discipline. At that time. We're talking late eighties early nineties, and you'd kind of keep it. You kind of look after it, but in Japan. It was a disposable thing. You'd sort of have a new walkman or discipline every year. It was always like A. Jacket a a pair of shoes you keep up with the trends there, so it was my job to kind of find that space in terms of those new designs, saying that you mentioned inception to say of the the interest scenes and things like. The everyone knows obviously the interesting perception, and they know that beautiful Asian Gardens and stuff like that begun you saying that there's some inspirations that are drawn from from wealth and I'll tell you something and I. I know Chris would totally be fine with this Chris Nolan that is for sure Chris's scripts are so perfect. It's he's literally their direct. Try Work with where you start a project..

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"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Sitting there sipping tea and it's a guy. Sit Down, we're GONNA DO, some calligraphy. And? We mean learning this crazy. I mean look. I can't speak Japanese I tried. It was a disaster the only Japanese alarms off a couple of very way with Japanese girls. Top. The problem is the only reason anyone learns anything but. Of course, the problem is that the the Japanese women speak differently two Japanese men so every time I was in my Japanese class, and I said anything that say. You sound like a woman right now I'd say okay. But anyway I would I would go in and and to calligraphy with this founder of Sony mean. How insane is this? How did I even get what why? Why would this happen I? Noticed were the were the designs that were coming out I mean. was there a point in which you cut as attention with this group of yeah? I was leaving. He would sometimes a couple of US would go sometimes he just ask for me. I mean I was the one that was packaging the design. The other people in our group. Were computer scientists. They were engineers. They were people who studied laser technology. They were all. More Creating the machinery that I was then going to package. But my packaging was kind of key because. Particularly in Japan Asia. Technology is a very fashionable thing I mean you would have. For example in America or the UK, you would buy Walkman or or discipline. At that time we're talking late eighties early nineties, and you'd kind of keep it. You kind of look after it, but in Japan. It was a disposable thing. You'd sort of have a new walkman or discipline every year. It was always like a keeping up with the jacket or a pair of shoes. You keep up the trends there, so it was my job to kind of find that space in terms of those new designs, saying that you mentioned inception to say of the the interest scenes and things like. The everyone knows obviously the interesting exception, and they know that beautiful Asian Gardens and stuff like that begun you saying that there's some inspirations that are drawn from from wealth and I'll tell you something and I. I know Chris would totally be fine with this. Chris Nolan. That is for sure Chris's scripts are so perfect. It's he's literally their direct. Try Work with where you start a project..

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"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"First all school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a poor kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname literally. I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying. Fine Arts. I if anyone is going to be doing it it's GonNa be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you would do that would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry House of movies late night when my parents gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean. Correct timing of the Medusa. I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices and a flask. You little did. I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies would coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the throwaway away gets so the Japanese come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios they see me and they go yeah. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many the Disney to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what? What we now know is the ipod technology. The failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy. Hey a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer? And a couple of American guys and a Gal actually who came out of Texas one of the universe is there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room they said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a suit probably with the Committee. Says something to translate says make something yeah and they left the door shut but he looks at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what are you may have to wear slippers. And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off a win conway. Those big ugly boots. I I get it I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this and he said I'll buy it from me and they said show have it it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the he would come into this room from time to time the head of Sony. It's even more insane and Sony that not just that multi those yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception. So what we do is every week. I'd have to take my drawings and sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building that searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me. In and there he'd be sitting there sipping tea and it's a guy sit down we're GONNA do some calligraphy and we mean learning this crazy. I mean look. I can't speak Japanese. I tried it was a disaster. The only Japanese lambs off a couple of very way with Japanese girls top. The problem is the only reason anyone learns anything but of course the problem. Is that the. The Japanese women speak differently. Two Japanese men so every time I was in my Japanese class and I said anything that say you sound like a woman right now. I'd say okay but anyway I would. I would go in and and to calligraphy with this founder of Sony mean. How insane is this? How did I even get what? Why why would this happen? I noticed were. They were the designs that were coming out. I mean was there a point in which you cut as attention with this group of. Yeah I was leaving. He would sometimes a couple of US would go. Sometimes he just asked for me. I mean I was the one that was packaging. The design the other people in our group were computer scientists. They were engineers. They were people who studied laser technology. They were all more creating the machinery that I was then going to package but my packaging was kind of key because particularly in Japan Asia. Technology is a very fashionable thing. I mean you would have for example in America or the UK you would buy Walkman or or discipline at that time. We're talking late eighties early nineties and you'd kind of keep it you kind of look after it. But in Japan it was a disposable thing you'd sort of have a new walkman or discipline every year. It was always like a jacket a pair of shoes. You keep up with the trends there so it was my job to kind of find that space in terms of those new designs saying that you mentioned inception to you say of the the interest scenes and things like everyone knows obviously the interesting exception and they know that beautiful. Asian gardens and stuff like that gun you saying that. There's some inspirations that are drawn from from wealth and I'll tell you something and i. I know Chris would totally be fine with this. Chris Nolan that is for sure. Chris's scripts are so perfect. It's he's literally their direct. Try Work with where you start a project..

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"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"What am I doing here on a sheep farm in England at the Fuck Outta? Yeah so basically. I saved all my money and got a bus to London with a portfolio onto my arm and I went to the art schools in London and the first all school I I went to was Chelsea School of arts and I went for an interview only because I loved a very famous sculptor from England called Henry Moore. He did all these really weird soft kind of fat round sculptures. Anyone out there may may possibly know. His word was abstract art. Very apps you were. You were a kid on a form. Sculptors I I was looking through a book on my soul the sculpture. I thought now house so I went to Chelsea School of art. And they said you've got something and England is is a very good country in terms of giving people who maybe don't come from money scholarships so I was very lucky. I got a scholarship. I got to go to London. Go to Chelsea School of art. I did that for two years. I I'm sure I was never student in Los Angeles or New York or even Tokyo. We'll talk about that lights. But I got to London and it just exploded my brain you know. I hear were fashionable people. There were budding musicians. There were people who are starting bands. There were people who are doing in saint sculptures getting arrested because this stuff was too outrageous Zia penalty of moving from the country. To your mind. It was you know look it. It was the eighties. Margaret Thatcher was used England with an iron fist and it was sort of rebellion going on here and there and I started getting into it and I found out about these these other painters. There was David Hockney. There was Francis. Bacon all these incredible artists and I said I want to be an artist. But I'll be honest with you. I was a poor kid. I didn't come from money so I said I calm. I don't trust my own ability enough to apply for master's degree in a school. That's GonNa let me paint a bunch of Isa Teric Shit and then throw me out there to become a poor guy. Got To somehow Taylor my skills to do something that I know. I can get a solid job so I took a very conservative route into product design. Product design is when you designed like that TV that camera that kind of stuff if you have an engineering background were you looking at schematics and stuff. No but I've been tinkering around with motorcycles and tractors and things when I was a school kid. Because there's let's face it. There's not a lot else to do on a phone so I sort of had a basic understanding of how things work so I I got a place at the Royal College of are doing something called industrial design. And I did really well. They're really out of fear because I just didn't WANNA an unemployed literally nickname. Truly I know this is not very glamorous but I had a roommate His name was Nigel. And Nigel's idea to save. Money was to take his three hundred pounds of his crawl. That's his scholarship by a shit ton of Porridge. Oats Mixed the porridge oats in the bath. Let into a Jain Biscuit smash it up with a sledgehammer freeze dry this shares and he for a year or save money on A. I mean it was insane. It was in so and you all sorts of crazy stuff just to say country kid from the country can move into the city studying fine arts. I mean I if anyone is going to be doing it. It's gotta be I mean and you know really. This was the state of of of play. Sort of looking at these stores. And you're going okay. I could buy a set of magic markers which I know. Joe Johnson used when he designed all that crazy shit for star wars or. I can eat a solid mail. You know what I'm going to have some Nigel's porridge oats from the bone. And and you do that. You would make those sacrifices because you you wanted to dream of of becoming an industrial designer or something more and of course in the back of my mind. I always dreamed of being in the film industry. I'd seen right Harry Housing of movies late night when my parents had gone to bed. The crazy monsters. I mean correct climbing amazing the Medusa. I'd seen all that I said there's no way I can ever break into that industry the closest I can get is maybe designing some sandwich offices in a flask. A little did I know that when I got to the Royal College of Art all these cool companies would coming. You'd have Sony would have Panasonic have they were coming because they they will coming because they knew there was talents product. They were coming to England. They were going to Germany. They were going to Italy. They were going to France and they were head hunting. The Best of the best of the students so I got lucky so there I was. I was twenty one. I graduated with a masters degree. I didn't have a hope in hell of getting a job. In England. The country that paid for my education could not employ but suddenly Saudi and they were saying. Where is this going with you in Japan? Yeah you want. Japan wasn't just the thrill away gets so the Japanese. Come around they go. We want to look at all the portfolios. They see me and they go. Yeah okay. We'll take him so. I get a ticket to go to Tokyo. We pick you work for Sony in their Concept Design Department designing the mini disc. Which by the way half your listeners. Many Disney isn't it to the mini. This was the technology between basically the CD. And the basically what what what we now know is the ipod. Technology failed technology between those two so they wanted to have a bunch of bright young things from Europe so I get Tokyo. I have never read anything about Japan. I get put in this very elaborate studio with German guy who specialized in laser technology. A French guy who had dreamed that one day televisions should be flat screen. Well what a crazy young a British guy who was who still a lifelong friend of mine. Who is an absolute genius programmer and a couple of American guys and a Gal? Actually who came out of Texas one of the universities there who all specialized in computer science and they put us in a room. They said come up with Shit. What does that mean come up with and they said Yeah. We'll pay for you to live here. Eat LOTS OF COOL. Sushi and rest expats a room. Some Japanese guy. Big Japanese companies have been a sued probably with the committee says something to a translator. Says make something yeah. They left the door shut but he looked at me and I had a big pair doctor Martins on. Because that's what you wore from England. Said you'RE GONNA have to get rid of those because you have to wear slits Jasmine's business. You have to wear slippers and I said what do you mean after West slippers? And he says no no. It's the culture when you come in. You have to take your shoes off conway. Those big ugly boots. I know I get it. I get it so but anyway We're in this place will literally exposed to Akio Morita for those that don't know Akio Morita is the original founder of Sony. He's The guy who started a company with Rice. Cookers Pre Secca war and after the war in the fifties heard that the Americans had this technology that they didn't know what to do with called the transistor and they said We. We don't really want this. And he said. I'll buy it from me. And they said show have it where it. I'm sorry so you actually were. You knew the he would come into this room from time to time the head of Sony. It's even more insane as Sony. That not just that multi those. Yes the guy that started the company but it's even more insane and this was such an a design inspiration the paid off in spades when it came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century. Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me In and there. He'd be sitting there sipping tea. And it's a guy sit down we're GONNA do some calligraphy and we mean learning this crazy. I mean look. I can't speak Japanese. I tried it was a disaster. The only Japanese are lambs off a couple of very way with Japanese girls top. The problem is the only reason anyone learns anything but of course the problem is that the Japanese women speak differently. Two Japanese men so every time I was in my Japanese class and I said anything that say you sound like a woman right now. I'd say okay but anyway I would. I would go in and and to calligraphy with this founder of Sony. I mean how insane is this? How did I even get what? Why why would this happen? I noticed they were. They were the designs that were coming out. I mean was there a point in which you cut as attention with this group of. Yeah I was leaving. He would sometimes a couple of US would go. Sometimes he just asked for me. I mean I was the one that was packaging. The design the other people in our group were computer scientists. They were engineers. They were people who studied laser technology. They were all more creating the machinery that I was then going to package but my packaging was kind of key because particularly in Japan Asia. Technology is a very fashionable thing. I mean you would have for example in America or the UK you would buy Walkman or or discipline at that time. We're talking late eighties early nineties and you'd kind of keep it you kind of look after it. But in Japan it was a disposable thing you'd sort of have a new walkman or discipline every year. It was always like a keeping up with a jacket or a pair of shoes. You keep up with the trends there so it was my job to kind of find that space in terms of those new designs you saying that you mentioned inception to say of the the interest scenes and things like everyone knows obviously the interesting exception and they know that beautiful. Asian gardens and stuff like that begun you saying that. There's some inspirations that are drawn from from wealth and I'll tell you something and i. I know Chris would totally be fine with this. Chris Nolan that is for sure. Chris's scripts are so perfect. It's he's literally their direct. Try Work with where you start a project. And

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"japan asia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Boiled mass shooting plot could make his first court appearance today in Long Beach California police say he was planning to gun down co workers and guess at the Long Beach Marriott KNX reporter Pete Demetriou detectives arrested thirty seven year old Rudolf one toy of Huntington beach a search of his home turned up to a or fifteen style rifles more than twenty thirty round magazines a bolt action rifle a pump shotgun and three handguns along with thousands of rounds of ammunition one two is being held a half million dollars bail is facing charges of making criminal threats manufacture and possession of assault weapon alpha monstrance Florida police say sixteen year old girl texted a threat to kill students at a Catholic school officer Michelle Sosa says she may not have been serious but it is it to her now facing felony charges so this is definitely not a joke can you just imagine having that on your record so parents we we we encourage the parents to talk to their kids the U. S. and U. S. backed forces of caught thousands of foreign citizens fighting for ISIS CVS Cammy McCormick says the White House wants to send them back to their own countries thousands of these foreign fighters are being held in Syria by U. S. backed forces and president trump is warning European countries to take them back he said the US will not hold them at Guantanamo and pay for it president trump said if countries don't take them back there will be no choice but to release them South Korea has canceled in intelligence sharing agreement with Japan Asia expert Gordon Chang says it's bad news for the U. S. it's important that our two allies in the region work together and share information South Korea needs to understand that this deal is in the south interest was specially because North Korea is threatening us South Korea at this moment the president of Yale University is apologizing after an independent investigation confirm sexual abuse by a former professor WTI sees bill Pierce is in Hartford the report concludes doctor D. Eugene Redmond sexually assaulted five students at a research facility on the Caribbean island of St Kitts and committed sexual misconduct against at least eight others what man denies the allegations he retired from the Yale school of medicine last year as disciplinary proceedings were about to get under way the report says yell officials failed to adequately respond to complaints against Redmond in nineteen ninety four investigators looking into the crash of a Cessna citation jet nor a bill California everybody that.

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"japan asia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

12:37 min | 3 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America to Hewitt. Thank you for joining me on this Monday after the long weekend, people are getting back in their cars going to work. It's Tuesday after the long weekends it hits me to Mike Allen, though, adjusted. Normally we do Mondays with Mike. We're doing Tuesdays with Mike because he got the day off, as well, actually AM's. Mike. Allen daily puts out a top ten. Good morning, Mike. How are you? How was your Memorial Day weekend tactic, you, not as good as my mother's day where organ with other, but we had a great weekend here and earlier in the week. Milwaukee Bucks raptors. Yup. Excellent game. Excellent came. I'm afraid the Golden State Warriors are gonna win it all again. But nevertheless, an excellent game Mike your lead pizza today, actually say about the president's plan issue an executive order on the transparency of health care prices. It's been more than forty years since the supreme court ruled in a case involving it's called Virginia state pharmacy board versus Virginia citizens. Consumer Council that Virginia could mandate, the posting of prices of prescription drugs, arguing in that case, and it was I only Rehnquist dissented, arguing that was important for people to know the prices of things and one judge said, commercials speech is more important to most Americans than political speech. I love the fact he's doing this, but you point out there to side. So this story explained for us. The Wall Street Journal. The new president plan executive order, which will make hospital doctors review, their prices, the ideas that you and I can shop around this is part of the conservative approach to healthcare, making it more of a market giving the consumer choice Acura Caitlyn daily newsletter. Vitals point out that there is a catch and ball, doctors and hospitals know what others are paying what they're getting that could cause them to raise their prices. Complicated. How crazy is recall, one expert, here who says, no one? Everyone is getting can often price is the floor not feeling negotiation. Per step. It doesn't lower healthcare, but it does increase transparency in the market does make. No more or paying for what we're getting. Everyone's experience drives their reaction this. I remember Mike Allen in Warren, Ohio. They were four gas stations on four corners. When I first got the drive in the seventies, and those four gas stations would periodically engage in a price for and that was as it was thirty five cents a gallon, twenty eight cents a gallon, twenty five cents a gallon. And then you would just drive the price competition determined where I bought my guess, because gases CASAs gas, I think the same thing applies not so much high-end surgery, I'm still gonna have Ben Rubin. Do my shoulder rotator cuff surgery. But I think on things like drugs, it will help would you pay attention to prices? Sure. And one more thing, the Caitlyn doesn't help in the -mergency situation where a you're not gonna care find out that the you may not have a choice. But here's one more piece of news, the what's next in the Wall Street Journal. The administration's also look at using the Justice department to tackle regional monopolies of hospitals and health insurance plan over concerns. They're driving up the cost of care that is in some communities metro around America. It is. But actually says the best healthcare coverage that has got to say, you've got a great team on healthcare, Mike, very disturbing story, which is your second story Germany's top official responsible for effort against anti-semitism suggested this weekend that German Jews should not wear their skullcaps everywhere in public that is on it fide by that I'm stunned. What, what was your? Action that story. Of course, I made it number two in the top ten even though the New York Times inside the paper because this is a sign of our times. And of course, the reason it matters the why it matters connected by data. Around the world about a rise in antisemitism. An undeniable rise in the tax on Jews and the little, we have here, the German newspaper, Bild, which is like their New York Post. Here's a fun fact for you. This is a crazy pack build emphasis, on sports, and entertainment, build. Years ago, who knows in the newspaper years ago when? Was talking to actual Springer build was the largest circulation newspaper in the world. That wasn't in Asia. So there's ma'am, these papers Japan Asia. Billed as the largest newspaper the world. But anyway, they're from page. They cut out of. Tap on the front page yesterday and said, we're this country's Jewish community. Oh, that's good for Bill. I just I think stunning do not go backward. You, you enforce the law against people commit violence in the name of anti-semitism last question for you, Mike. I'm getting a lot of reaction from the audience Maureen Dowd that are typical great column in terms of being a provocateur in it is this line. I'd like Mike Allen take on what this means journalists must not becoming your child Trump's outlandish transgressive behavior. Mitch McConnell attorney general bar and almost everyone else in the GOP have made themselves. Numb to Trump's abhorrent actions because of self interest. But do you think that means? Headliner McCall crazy is as crazy. Be clear to your readers. This is in the opinion pages. And she, I think there's a time when she had it more playful relationship with Donald for sure. That's long gone by the wayside. And so I find nothing surprising about that. Her last line is wearing not what he missed petulant man whereas all out. So what I focused on is that almost everyone else in the GOP of made themselves numb to support actions because of self interest that, meaning that the vast majority of Republicans have one caller said sold their soul are evil have become craven and corrupt. In other words, she's now swinging the hammer, not just Donald Trump, but everyone who doesn't announce him that's a bridge further than any bridge. I've seen a comb go before and. I've been having an interesting back and forth with my editor at the Washington Post about calling around on that because I don't think that's true. I think a lot of Republicans support Donald Trump for policy reasons, not because of self interest. There's some of those for sure you're spending more and more time in this and you will know there's some. Yes, there are there, some of both. But I she's the one that said, almost all of them in nine going to go back to the phones, and see what I'm testing, what conservatives think of that line because I think it, it grates great greatly on people from the center, right? Mike Allen of axios dot com. Thank you, my friend great axios, AM sign up for that today. Let me go back to the post and talk to people about what this means. Let's talk to Pab and Delaware. Good morning, Pam. What do you think pouring down means when she says, McConnell bar, and almost everyone else, including people named Pam in Delaware have made themselves numb to port actions because of self interest? So basically accusing. Exactly, what Democrats when they didn't like Bill Clinton's personal behavior, but they approved his policies. Oh, you're right. Yes, but, but do think that, that she accused the Clinton supporters of being craven were acting out of self interest, when they supported Bill Clinton? Of course not. That's so double standard double standard all the way. Well said Pam. Thank you. Dave Geneva, Florida, what do you think about this? The Democrats are the king projection, if you wanna know what they're up to project what she said, Maureen down is exactly what the Democrats are guilty of they're all about themselves money and talent. So what is she saying though about the GOP? About you. I mean, do you take that personally trying to say that we're the ones that are all about self interest and everything? But it's really the Democrats who are the ones that all of the self interest, they are all about money, power control. I that you talking about the Democrats focusing on what she said about Republicans. Do you think she's saying it specifically about you? It's basically the same thing that Hillary said when she called everybody deplorable that. Hey, man. That's what I was looking for. But I didn't want to lead the witness. Thank you. Dave dawn. In Prescott Arizona, what is Maureen Dowd saying when she writes, Mitch McConnell bar and almost everyone else in the GOP of made themselves numb to abort actions because of self interest. I want to what your first caller, France. I think. Two one. Gangster president, and she's saying that public cooperating with against her and such because of their self-interest. Does that make us gangsters? Yep. So it's really quite a sweeping statement, isn't it? Yes. Let's say makes us toadies forget toadies for gangsters. All right. Well said, thank you, my friend on in Prescott. Arizona one eight hundred five zero one two three four. It hit me, like a brick, I'm reading, you know, I'm used to be not liking Trump. That's what political calmest do they like jumper. They don't like Trump. I myself don't attack rank and file Democrats out in the middle of the country are in big cities or wherever on the basis of the actions of their leaders, I believe that people can say, well, I like this. I don't like that. I support this. I don't support that what she's trying to say is there is no good reason to support Trump. Jim in Atlanta, Georgia. What do you think Jim? Hey, who I think are your overcomplicating this? We want reform healthcare, throwing Graham over the class, if we want to stick up for, for the traditional definition of marriage. This is just the same thing that they always take any policy interests is a self interest, because you believe in that and they're going to take it to the fire extreme. But, but what does she think personally about the morality of people who support Trump? I Trump or not Trump, we've been attacked at our morality. Always just it's only gone to the next level with trout, but with or without Trump values are always be immoral. That's true. But, but I don't ever see it this blatant. I don't think agreed. Agreed. Remember the last election? Just pick up the supporters gonna try to be shamed into being shameful and not showing up at the polls. All right. Thank you, my friend. One eight hundred five two one two three four here for more people about this. I think that buried in the middle of the column. So people can't see. It is slipped in a condemnation, from a moral point of view of anyone who supports Trump for any reason. That's what's going to ratcheting up. It's a completely devastating ratcheting up of your character. Now, I want to ratchet up your attention to relief, factor dot com..

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"japan asia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Title today. I I'm not that optimistic. I don't want to get injured. So I will be dialing it back. But as usual, hustling next up Kawai Leonard, so Steve Hartman hosting show next had mentioned just now listen, they need to get Hawaiian here. And he's right. And I have some good news on that front. So I was on the heard yesterday, and I'm touched on this. Kawhi leonard. Part of the reason he got out of San Antonio was. You know, there was a lack of trust with the injury stuff. But he also wants to be the guy who can sell shoes and make a lot of money. He's a really talented player, but he doesn't have the personality to do that. So he left Nike slash Jordan brand any sign with new balance. They put out there. I sneak around the all star break, it was called the Omni one not that. I didn't buy them. Whatever. I'm told that. You know, new balances started talks with Kawai about the next few. And the talk from Kawais side was. Okay. The red and black was not bad. But let's try for the next one. Let's look at some different color schemes. Okay. What do you think? Let's look at purple and gold. And those are of course, the Lakers colors. Now, there's no saying that there's next Kawais next. She was going to be purple and gold. But if you start adding stuff up. Okay. The Lakers have the strongest brand globally in basketball. I mean, I heard a story this week. Or I read it that people come from Japan and China to Philadelphia to take a tour of Kobe Bryant's old high school. That's how obsessed the far east is with the Lakers and Kobe and all that stuff. Cou why is it different kind of superstar? He doesn't say as much but men his game speaks volumes. His cO. Why selling Gavin more sneakers in China Japan Asia, if he plays for the clippers or the Lakers Lakers? I don't care if he goes to the finals with the clippers. He's selling more sneakers with the Lakers. If that is quite subjective. Sign with the Lakers. But here's the thing about quite. We don't really know. His nobody nobody nobody has any unless you could say the same about, Kyrie Irving. I don't know what the hell that guy wants to do. Do you think he wants to solve the flatter theories? I mean, he's all over the place. He was trying to talk like he was Plato or Aristotle the week that the Celtics are getting their butts kicked in Eastern Conference semis. Like Kyrie's all over the place. He's unknowable. We've talked about this on the show. What if he just says, you know, what I was better with LeBron? We took down the warriors. I don't want the pressure of the media and being the face of the franchise, I'm cool with being a number two LeBron's older. I don't think you can win a championship with Kyrie as your number one. I would have Jimmy Butler is your number two. Well, by the way, Jimmy Butler. I don't see him leaving Philly. What a couple of days that. No good fit for personality and toughness, I like Butler, man. Yeah. I'm a big, and you guys know have been saying this for a while we have the old clip like this is a guy who came from nothing in Texas like fought for everything he got it. Marquette in the NBA. I'm a big Jimmy Butler fan anyways. Great show. Thank you. Sam Gavin Isaac dropping bombs on the news. Steve hartman's up next with. Rich owning their burger. Yep. They're up to Chris Paul and Steph curry thank you Steph curry, Chris Paul thank you for choking. James harden? Your choke artist the rocket stink. And I love it..

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"japan asia" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"japan asia" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Murry over I've been registered dietitian for over fifteen years. And most of you know, I have a practice in east providence where I practice medical nutrition therapy, where we help all kinds of issues and diseases whether it's from cancer to obesity too, morbid obesity, and all the co morbidity that go along with obesity and today, we're going to focus on breast cancer and diet last week. We talked about Perryman upon pre menopause menopause and post menopause, and I'm not trying to favor the women here guys. It's just that these these. These topics are really really important. And if you have a wife or a spouse or someone in your life that you love that's a woman than it should be important to you too. So let's get started. I just wanted to let you guys know in in America. A lot of time supplemental types of medications are supplements. I should say are not prescribed or advised by you're on college est, or your general practitioner, and that's okay. They have a job to do in a very important to do. And I always say, you know, I I love all nurses, and doctors, and that they all work very very very hard for for all of us. So, but I know in some other countries such as Japan Asia as a part of their treatment for breast cancer. They use supplements such as medicinal must mushrooms, and they're used for different reasons for different people. But so I'm just going to tell you a little bit about the medicinal mushrooms. And if you are someone you love or someone, you know as been diagnosed with breast cancer. Is post treatment or is going through treatment? This is going to be a really really important show for you to listen to. So again medicinal mushrooms are used in Asia and other parts of the world as part of the treatment for breast cancer. So medicinal mushrooms have Polly Sakarai, which are basically mono SaK rights are the sugar. That's in fruit and vegetables where Polly soccer is our biggest sugar with a protein core. And in the medicinal mushrooms, those polysaccharide it's actually attached to receptors on immune cells macrophages kill cells and t one helper cells make sells more aggressive and produce cytokines and tumor necrosis. So when these cells get agitated they get kind of sleepy and they're not going. To really do anything. We're in an environment where they're normally micro environment where they're normally going to actually be more awake. And can do more damage so polysaccharide attached to the receptors on immune cells? Make the sells more aggressive and produce more cytokines, which is actually Braley really good thing to help the immune system. We need help with the immune system when we're going through things such as chemotherapy radiation, or even you know, the common cold, right and Japan the government also supplements. So the government is in charge and supplements. Some other supplements that are used with chemotherapy. And so it's just interesting. I think how the United States has not gotten there yet. I think we're heading that way. But I think we're a lot slower than some of the other countries, obviously. So, you know, you may be listening, and you may know, someone that has breast cancer is just been diagnosed or is going through treatment at present or is post breast cancer. And so what are some of the foods that we want to actually be consuming? That's what we're going to focus on today. And you know, that doesn't mean that if you haven't been, you know, knock on wood, you haven't been diagnosed with breast cancer that this is, you know, women are at risk for breast cancer. And there are studies that show that thirty to forty percent of the reason people get cancer, and that's not just breast cancer. That's all kinds of cancer is related to diet. And I've spoken many times on the show. About how the fact that obesity increases, the risk of breast cancer of all kinds of cancer. So if you are someone you love are obese, and you feel like, you know, I I really don't care or I don't want to do anything about it. Or maybe this isn't the time for you that happens to but just keep that in mind, you know, and of course, there's other factors. We know there's the environment. They're smoking. There's genetics but food does play a big role. And I obviously I firmly believe that and we're going to talk about some of the things you should be consuming. One of them is supplements such as fatty acids, right? We need to have the good fats in our diet. There's certain there are certain supplements that I do recommend I'm not recommending I never recommend cookie cutter approach. But I'm just mentioning some of these things I really think each person needs to be seen individually to see what kind of chemo therapeutic agent they're on or maybe they had been on. Or maybe they're going through right now that makes a difference. And we'll talk about that later in the show, but we also one one supplements that I like to use his called my community, which is a combo of the medicinal mushrooms. And then of course, d three and again, no cookie cutter type of treatment. Here we need to see what you're d- levels are in order to recommend dosage, and then there's some other things such as Brown seaweed. That also has the poly soccer is and you have to remember that diet is huge, you know, think of it as therapeutic culinary nutrition. Right. The food aspect of how we are going to get through, you know, anything from the like I said earlier from the car. Common colds to going, you know, going through breast, cancer and chemotherapy and all of that treatment. It's not easy. But you need to have good nutrition while you're going through it. This should be a firmly believe this should be the primary treatment should be food because food is foundational. You know, we always think of diet as weight loss. But that's not all diet is right. Actually, as a matter of fact, diet if you look it up in the dictionary has nothing to do with weight loss. It has to do with the fact that food is foundational, and it's the primary nourishment that we need to succeed so cocaine, you know, when you're going through cancer treatment and recovery, you know, may not be easy for you. You may develop some food aversions for those of you who have never had a food aversion. Let me explain what that exactly is give an example of when I was a little kid. I saw. Saw a commercial for spaghetti O's. And I literally must have been on the verge of getting sick. And I got sick. And then I I would never even when I was a little kid. I swear I hardly ever eat spaghetti meatballs to this day. Because that's my food version the problem with people going through chemotherapy is there are many tastes changes. There are a lot of things going on in the body that are different from usual. And what happens is they get a medicinal taste in their mouth. Sometimes are a metal like type of tastes in their mouth and their appetite goes down. But in addition to that while they're going through the chemo, or maybe even both radiation and the chemo they eat something, and they get sick. And then now they have a food aversion to say, let's say they chicken. Okay. So that takes chicken out for a while who knows how long, but it's different for everyone. Next time. They go to eat something. It's. Fish. They get sick. So now, they can't eat fish anymore. And the next time they go to eat something. Let's say it was vegan rap. They get sick. And now they don't wanna vegan rap anymore. So it gets very very complicated. And it makes it very difficult for people to put keep the weight to on for some types of cancer. On the contrary with breast cancer, many women don't realize that some of the chemo therapeutic agents actually caused week gain. And some of the medicines that they may have to take so not only are people losing their hair. They're also gaining way. And it can be very very difficult psychologically for people. So. That's just something. I wanted to explain because I I've worked on college for five years. It was a great great experience. And a lot of people would say to me, how can you work there? And I'd be like, but everybody's so nice everybody. Nobody sweats the small stuff. So we're going to continue talking about food. We should be eating to prevent cancer. Breast cancer bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. No matter who you are live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access.

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