26 Burst results for "Jefferies"

5,000 under evacuation orders as New Mexico wildfire rages

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

5,000 under evacuation orders as New Mexico wildfire rages

"Firefighters firefighters firefighters firefighters made made made made headway headway headway headway battling battling battling battling a a a a large large large large wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire in in in in New New New New Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico as as as as some some some some residents residents residents residents get get get get to to to to return return return return home home home home while while while while others others others others remain remain remain remain under under under under evacuation evacuation evacuation evacuation orders orders orders orders information information information information officer officer officer officer Mike Mike Mike Mike Jeffries Jeffries Jeffries Jeffries says says says says despite despite despite despite the the the the McBride McBride McBride McBride wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire having having having having burned burned burned burned more more more more than than than than six six six six thousand thousand thousand thousand acres acres acres acres firefighters firefighters firefighters firefighters have have have have made made made made great great great great progress progress progress progress slowed slowed slowed if if if not not not stopped stopped stopped the the the progress progress progress of of of the the the fire fire fire in in in all all all locations locations locations Jefferies Jefferies Jefferies says says says an an an elderly elderly elderly couple couple couple died died died in in in two two two hundred hundred hundred buildings buildings buildings were were were destroyed destroyed destroyed but but but now now now structure structure structure protection protection protection crews crews crews are are are on on on the the the ground ground ground making making making sure sure sure that that that doesn't doesn't doesn't happen happen happen you you you can can can start start start seeing seeing seeing the the the percentage percentage percentage of of of containment containment containment going going going up up up the the the fire fire fire is is is not not not progressing progressing progressing elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere in in in the the the US US US crews crews crews have have have been been been battling battling battling large large large wildfires wildfires wildfires in in in Texas Texas Texas Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma and and and Colorado Colorado Colorado I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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Judge: Prince Andrew can't halt lawsuit with domicile claim

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Judge: Prince Andrew can't halt lawsuit with domicile claim

"A a federal federal judge judge has has rejected rejected an an attempt attempt by by prince prince Andrew's Andrew's attorneys attorneys to to hold hold a a lawsuit lawsuit alleging alleging sexual sexual abuse abuse Britain's Britain's prince prince Andrew Andrew was was trying trying to to block block the the progression progression of of a a lawsuit lawsuit filed filed in in August August by by Virginia Virginia G. G. Frey Frey who who says says he he sexually sexually assaulted assaulted her her on on multiple multiple occasions occasions when when she she was was seventeen seventeen and and also also being being abused abused by by financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein the the prince's prince's attorneys attorneys have have called called you you phrase phrase lawsuit lawsuit baseless baseless motivated motivated by by money money and and say say there there is is strong strong evidence evidence that that she she lives lives not not in in Colorado Colorado but but in in Australia Australia where where she she is is raising raising three three children children which which might might disqualify disqualify her her suit suit the the prince's prince's attorneys attorneys wanted wanted to to depose depose but but in in a a written written order order federal federal judge judge Lewis Lewis Kaplan Kaplan said said the the prince's prince's lawyers lawyers must must turn turn over over documents documents on on the the schedule schedule that that has has been been set set oral oral arguments arguments on on the the prince's prince's request request to to dismiss dismiss the the lawsuit lawsuit or or scheduled scheduled for for Monday Monday along along with with the the release release of of a a two two thousand thousand and and nine nine settlement settlement agreement agreement between between emptying emptying into into Friday Friday that that the the prince's prince's attorneys attorneys argue argue protect protect him him from from her her claim claim Jefferies Jefferies attorney attorney cigarette cigarette McCauley McCauley call call the the request request just just another another in in a a series series of of tired tired attempts attempts by by prince prince Andrew Andrew to to duck duck and and Dodge Dodge the the legal legal merits merits of of the the case case I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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"jefferies" Discussed on This is Only a Test

This is Only a Test

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on This is Only a Test

"Well as your standard uniforms. Phasers try quarters triples and the like. But that's i don't know anywhere else might have. I think i want to say the last stop of that exhibit that was been travelling since two thousand sixteen. But it's now in the scorebook cultural center down in l. a. So that's i wish it would let you. Can you crawl inside the jefferies tube. That they have because it's always been like a desire of mine. I feel like you need pads for that. Those do not look comfortable at all the kind of lycra pants. They had a next generation. You look at the grading on the jefferies tubes. That's going to be really bad on your knees. You don't crawl into jefferies tube recreationally so you know if you're going in there it's not you don't need kneepads. You go in there to save a life. Or i think he missed a number of romantic subplots jeffries your robots you gotta bring a can flute there. Yeah it's only prided place really in bowels of the ship And you know i get. It would be a cool thing to have a star trek escape room star trek themed escape room in which jefferies tube was a factor booed on playing these escape rooms. Where you have to crawl through tight spaces and that would that would be very appropriate anyway. those are two at shout us up museums and exhibits in the la area. But we're gonna roll right into some pop culture the premiere of the terminals also in la. This past week says some of the first social media reactions are there now. I would warn people to stay off the turtles hashtag or Some of those reviews because one of the critics leak the the end credit sequence. The post credit sequence. It was hyping. What actually named characters name things that happened and characters names or even trending. So if you want to stay spoiler free Stay off of that hashtag on social media but all the early word says that it's great. It's widened scope it. It is is Looks like a closeout film so beautiful vistas sunsets and the way they chuckle the ensemble characters. Because there's a lot of new characters. Apparently it's very well handled so very excited for. I believe it comes out early november. Have you guys watch movies in theaters recently. Have you guys seen the ones the exclusive movies in theaters. Either of you plan on watching dune in theaters when it comes out later this week i saw space jam a new legacy in the theater because we rented one. Because it's very important film yet. You'll recall from this summer. Had xbox game tie in that Right made national news or international news was very highly regarded the the only film i have seen in the theater..

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Heres Why Tesla Is so Important

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Heres Why Tesla Is so Important

"Everybody raum our here and today we're gonna be talking about a couple of really important reports. First tesla's most recent impact report which has a ton of fascinating details and it won't go through the highlights. There that release also coincided with a huge new report on climate change by the will spend some time on that as well and then we've got a few other quick hits of news which will run through at the beginning. Quick look at tesla stock another relatively low volume day to day to start the week off just under fifteen million shares traded but tussles up two point one percent on the day to seven hundred and thirteen dollars. Seventy six cents that compared to the nasdaq up about two tenths of a percent. Cosstalk did see an upgrade today from jeffries and almost philippa who schwa- upgrading from neutral to buy which as we've talked about upgrades like that where they're actually rewriting. The stock those are more significant to analysts than press targeted adjustments. But that being said he did increase his price. Target from seven hundred dollars per share up to eight hundred fifty. From the note quote valuing tesla is as challenging as ever we raise our discounted cash flow base price target from seven hundred dollars to eight hundred fifty dollars on higher profitability and accelerated growth. While at thirty five percent five year compound annual growth rate. we remain below tessa. Guidance of fifty percent as trend growth desa currently trades on nine times revenue and sixty two times earnings before interest and tax a level disconnected with auto multiples but in our view more consistent with net growth lack of legacy issues and wider addressable markets including energy generation and storage and one. Quick little note here. Just because i do see these inflated allot tesla has guided for greater than fifty percent growth compounded annually for vehicle deliveries. That doesn't necessarily mean revenue would grow at fifty percent. Plus obviously it very well could but that's not what tesla has specified so to me. It's not super clear but it does look like in this case. Jefferies is comparing their revenue forecasts tesla's vehicle delivery guidance and tennessee that a lot so just wanted to point that out next year. We've got an update on giga texas. From joe tag mayer. He does drawn flyovers there and remember last week. We had talked about him here. He that tussle was going to be doing a test. Production run for the mentawai next week. Which would not be this week

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Newcomers Gomes, Marte Boost Jefferies, A's Over Angels 8-3

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Newcomers Gomes, Marte Boost Jefferies, A's Over Angels 8-3

"Yeah I'm going slammed a two run Homer in his athletics debut and fellow newcomer starling Marte went three for five with three stolen bases in an eight three thumping of the angels former thirty seventh round draft pick Dalton Jeffries earned his first major league victory allowing three runs and three hits in five innings now he wants me to say stops going to just take a moment more time to pitch isn't read well that and my my mind was was relaxed my body was just kind of ready to go so I just had a critical counts that also smacked his twenty eighth home run a three run clout in the third inning Max Stassi hit a two run Homer for the angels who got just five hits the outcome puts the ace within forty have games of the AL west leading Astros I'm Dave Ferrie

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Y'all thank everybody as soon as it happened. Uneven that's what. I really love love working at our show doing. It's not even it's hard work. 'cause as soon as it happened. Everybody reached out to me. I was like took completely unexpected. I was only a daily show for like three months and like five months at that time and like everybody reached out to me. And i was like it. Blew me away deb. Like you wanna talk about something that helped me get through. It was the fact that i got to work for this. I worked for this dope ash. Show that takes my. They take my experiences in able to allow me to put it on a bigger platform and possibly relate to more people who've gone through similar experience and informed people who who are blind. Or who have blinders on or who just don't know about what black people and minorities are really going through in this country like it's i felt literally that was one of the most grateful feelings of not seeing how many people reached out to me and knowing that what happened after that. Was you know we made it. We got to make a peace on. We've got to talk about it. We got to talk about go in more in depth than as soon as i feel like this piece the black their piece that we're talking about right now a it was one of the pieces that like sparked us open talking about way more stuff in our community that needs to be talked about in. I'm that's why i was like i'm it's it's kind of hard for me to be like feel sorry for myself when i know i have. I'm surrounded by great people. A great job ragged express all these all this turmoil i get to. I is kind of my therapy to be honest. And it's like where's my there. Be any real therapy. Don't get it twisted. You need alexa pro guy but Being able to express in any kind of creative format is a form of therapy so and and seeing my coworkers expr- like reach out to me. That was that was one of the you know not a highlight to a terrible situation but it made me feel great while a challenge. You austin ashton to when you said. I don't wanna feel sorry for myself. I would challenge that language. Like what you went through was a very traumatic life altering emotional experience so there is no like feeling sorry quote unquote for yourself. Like i think if you take as much necessary time as you need. Because we don't know who's listening in there could be blacked out there listening that have gone through traumatic events a level of violence with police with white people whether it be verbal or emotional or physical so as not. I would challenge that language of you saying. Feel sorry for myself absolutely. Not you are ex experiencing something life altering and you're doing a great job at it will got x. to bless you kill him. You're so everyone who just heard that from ex We need you all to vin. Melissa co pay because free therapy let's get a people so resources man that's a great place to end on because we need to give recommendations on you know places that can aid in spreading more awareness around this issue Ashton you go first. What was some places. People can go Well for starters check out national council dot org that is a great source of a great place for resources for mental health in general but specifically for culturally competent Counselors and therapists. They're a what. I learned in my resources. My research was. There are a lot more resources springing up for minority communities like the ion therapy app is based out in los angeles. But there's at it helps you find Through a questionnaire helps you find therapists. That can help you out because you know. I understand where you're coming from culturally you know are to go to a therapist and you're like well. Where do you want to unpack you like. Where do you wanna start. And it's like black people we gotta start at slavery. Before we even get tired cells we gotta unpacked our ancestors and then we can get to ourselves so telling me. I got to deal with harry harry. She unique talking about our ancestors. Your ancestors need therapy to all right. Oh jesus i wish would pop up in my in my during my session. That's our next. Hello paul somewhere to go. Black girls dot com because Black women lord. Jesus what we've all my lower the things. We have to manage my god in the workplace. Highly luhya and ask dr jess. What am i good friends. And she's also a licensed psychiatrist beautiful black woman from alabama. Okay roy and To ski alumni and she She's been on everything she's been on. Cbs she's been good money in america and she has something called be- well condo where she interviews black artists. She interviewed toby. She interviewed swiss beads. She's interview Kirby The creator of Damn what's the name of that clothing line. Oh my god. It's so good. And i love it. I'm so sorry it's escaping me. But his name is kirby toe on instagram. But yet she's in a lot of dope like taste makers trailblazers artists were all black talks about the portions of mental health. And also i know this may seem kind of like an orthodox but for me i really Learn more about myself watching other people work out their shit. So there's a show called couples therapy. And i believe it's on hbo and it's an actual licensed therapist. And she's talking to these couples in so much stuff that they were going through. I saw myself so many things. I opening so i think different shows like that. And it's a reality show guys. It's a docu series like don't be watching love island talking about x. Said i watched love island not work my daddy issues that and then what the fuck i say okay and so i think i think those three are because some people are not You know people that wanna go to actual therapy. You know black. People don't really trust so if you have to watch a television show to do that to kind of baby step baby. Step your way into like deal with your shit. Then do what you need to do. We're look. I can't thank you all enough for taking a little bit of time out of your day to sit down and go beyond the scenes with me. Does all the time we have today. And hopefully we've successfully taking you beyond the scenes. I'm roy junior. That's ashton wool mac. And that is ex mayo. That's the only name you get from her. Because she's hiding from the.

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"When you all are writing this stuff. Do y'all ever consider at all of my guy with correspondent. Even do this will. Roy agree to wear and across and pretending to be a pastor or does the body of work of the correspondent. Inform you on what to do before you even start writing. The act comes on. I'm gonna go with be that my final answer that for me. I was just like i was gonna do this. Shit roy is from obama. Lease he's going to do this. He knows what it is. And also roy knows. I'm writing this. He knew i go say no shit. That's going to make him look stupid. And i am a believer. Like am i am. I'm not confused. I i love my jesus okay. So i wasn't going to write anything. Also that would be demeaning disrespectful or dilute the power that we believe as christians of our guys so. I wasn't going to write anything disrespectful. I wasn't gonna have roby out here. Like look crazy Do gooky as well. So i i wrote with that in mind Always but i. I knew would you would do in. Wouldn't do because you're black man. I'm not gonna have him. Look crazy those. Those always my biggest concern with any issues that are like so would stand up. I don't know what this mission statement or not but with my comedy the goal is to show black people that they're not alone and what they're going through but show everybody else what the hell is going on with. Black people That's two period point blank mandate for especially with issues that are concerning black people. Because i'm not trying to make fun of the fact that because let's be real lot of black people go to church because they cannot afford their talk about it so talk about it so within that so within that script i'm scanning it for whereas we get in trouble with and i get in trouble The next night okay. I. it's funny the guy at a pinkie ring to show. Let good boy. You look good. You really did. By the only thing i wanted. In addition to the you know for the people who haven't seen it I'm in a ridiculously maroon rich. Jackie and i look like a shady atlantic city casino dealer and then also have on way too much jewelry You did you did you. Did you use using that church collection. Money for something else. Knew you'd look like david alan grier martin i just. It's just something. I'm very very mindful of and you know i came up in a church and then that's how they asked. You gotta go back home. My mom's romanised daily show come on an adult won't miss Pull the meet to decide at thanksgiving now. Seeing which did leaves their past. You didn't have to babar. Bland like that. That's all it. Miss turk is always not my mom. My mom's friends. Those are the people that are in the back of my head when i'm running my performance through a behavior In i'm like we'll miss turk approve. It is because of his. Don't approve my momma. Gonna be mad. Because i'd made mis turk upset and i don't want that drama. So i had the crucifix on ashes. Like don't touch it. Don't touch it touch. It feel comedy is i think. That's like one of the benefits of having like so many like we have a lot more black people verse off us. Doing the piece. I grew up in. I watched late night. I'm a stand up comic. I i'd love. I can't wait to be only late. Night is a white or it's a it's a white space like historically been white space and so we did that. We did that piece. And it w- it's my first time at a late night show late night. Job is seeing all these black people all these black employees all these people who made the made it feel so right and the thing that i appreciate it was. You did have all these black minds in there. Who if something was wrong. Somebody would say something we. There's a safety of like yo. Y'all let's not wait. Let's not we not trying to tap dancer. White people on tv right now trying to play on more negative stereotypes so i think it was one of the coolest benefits of having of having so many this black environment and our show 'cause it gives us some sort of like more minds to look at something i'd be like. Yeah let's assume we while in on that list not do that list that that goes down to the importance of when we say diversity. It's often a specific black person. That echoes whiteness right. So that's why it's important to have all different types of black people right because there are some black people who don't fuck. There's by people who weren't born and raised. Which are you had a black christians you had you had. I'm black mormons. I'm lisa's right there to everybody man. Yeah everybody was in building and it was great too. Because i think why it worked is that we were not just making fun of church. This was with the the juxtaposition with the therapy with roy. Using nikki's technical ass terms for mental health was at that balance without my god. It was it was so funny. Seven sheila's that's still my favorite favorite by.

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Make sure that some of the stuff wasn't too inside baseball as people say that's the term we use like within comedy and stuff because if it gets too specific i want people know what people get it especially white people because they are in power and have positions to change this shit so i need you to get it so i had to write the east and stuff devon and so once i got that there were like hey the issue is black. People don't have access that they are people what they do and they don't trust their piss right once. They get there so many barriers to entry. What they do died in the black church because it's helped us get through so much child. Slavery gay george bush so he was just like okay. We're trying to help bring that to the forefront. I was like okay. So we're trying to like bring these two worlds together so we just need we need. We need passer and we need mental hill. Okay so we just have to like fiercely. Maybe that's one way we try to help solve this therapy crisis. We need to make therapy a little bit more. Like black church and i think it would be pretty dope hard for me to let people in and i feel like it's probably because every time i show affection it just feels like weakness here that jon huber brother 'jabuka just sat right here brother 'jabuka said that he can't show affection because it feels like weakness but before we can understand us. You gotta understand who us who hurt your brother. 'jabuka who was. Wow i probably say my my father because he was really emotionally distant but then so is his father which is probably where he got it from. The fans of the five passed down generation to generation..

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Seeing where the source of your problems were so like i had a personal very personal encounter with dealing with a running up against the problems of trying to find therapy in a mental health Not just advocates. But someone who can help me get out of the dark hole beat depression depression and You know i found in battling my own depression that in our own community. We have certain stigmas we have. There's a lot of roadblocks in battling depression. Sometimes you know depr- i grew up. It was. Depression is a joke like depression. Black people go through so much you've got depression. And so it used to be a punch line to me and now i unfortunately ran into the actual ramifications of actual depression. You have your own journey with this issue and then you settle on this you go. You make the decision. i. I'm gonna pitch this topic so now you have to dig start finding stuff. What was something that you didn't know what you illuminate me if you will on what was some of the things that you discovered as you start going down because you have to because when you're pitching the segment it's not just why it's important. It's here's all of the potholes. Here's all the as. I like to call it. God damn story that's in the field department. We don't leave the it's called you. Don't leave the building unless she'll story gotta bail. I like that i liked. So what was in your research. would you find it was. There's a lot of guy dance. Ru is a lot of guidance. One was like when i when i was researching. It was the amount of black therapists that actually existed is one thing i started when i went to go search for my own personal therapy. I went to the church. I but then when it came up to actually trying to find a culturally competent therapist i found that there's only four percent of black therapist out here in america. That's a and how many other motherfuckers he's in texas. Exactly yeah. that's a great point. Eight not only black therapist in texas. I know is was jake's the hottest house come on and serena though forget ladies so reading or listening to a beyond say album knows the only the only things i got a cure cure my soul for right but Yeah no it was the amount of therapies. I think i've ever heard to raji hinson research. Find out people like to raji p hinson. Her her son was also battling depression and she realized when she was trying to find A therapist culturally competent. They're like she used the words. It was like finding the unicorn and it really really. And it's i think a lot of it has to do with one you know it's already hard black people getting any kind of medical profession. Any any kind of spaces that are like professional net. Since but to the stigma in our community is not an ain't it ain't some therapy is not something like widely talked about or like years prior. I think it's becoming more acceptable but before there was a punchline now some shit white people like we treat therapy like his white cloud or storm in the capital is not necessarily wife before like walking with no shoes on our side with your feet. Miami during spring break khakis barefoot mississippi. I grew out of it. But i mean that's just more country living that's separate country is Does is white in this country. There's two different types of country you just out in the yard out running errands. That's a separate conversation ex before coming to you. Leslie ashton taught me a little bit about the black church in how you said you went to church. I pair years yoga. Sit down with his pastor. Walk me through that that conversation because more often than not a lot of black janai came we all all three of us came up in some version of the black church experience and they usually fast forward it to you need jesus. So what was the conversation like between you and your past where you actually sit down and go. Hey man something's wrong. It was intense He he's he brushed me off very very heavily. It actually may have in the past i off. My mom sent me to the past. I told her i was like hey mom it's me. It took a lot for me to call my mom. Because i don't want her to worry. She you know she momma. She loved me. But then i got a call her until i have. I'm having these really really negative thoughts. She got on the phone. Got me a counseling with the pastor. I get in there and tell them problems. I'm twenty three. I graduated two years ago. And i'm struggling once i lost my focus in school. I'm just out here. I'm struggling financially. I'm struggling i'm just. I don't know what i'm supposed to be doing. I'm having this like deep existential crisis. But after i told him that i graduated school he looked at me. He was like you. You graduated college and good you man. Classic pass the response. Boy you gotta badgers literally look. I'm talking to you. i don't got. No i went to type in school and now with sc y took this me. I was i i. I don't even i. I didn't know what to do like also he's like he was hood is shit is like i grew up in. Houston you know what their award is. You know you you that man. Yeah you know what you know how it is over there. Like my my pastor. Hooda she he was. He tells us that people all the time he's wanting to pass through that was like they in the middle of service he would just be a crimes and shit like they'd be like we've all we've all murdered stole out of a momma's purse we've all. We've we've committed. Larceny grand theft auto. We've burn down a building for the insurance policy police. You have a right to remain cessna period arrested. It's got so many spin off. We need to go beyond on net. So ex ashton puts all of this research into a nice beautiful document and he's got to celebrities the lack of black they're pissed the inability of black people even have the health care to pay for them. You know the church polluting. The waters to a degree. How do you sift first. All how did you become. A part is project. let's start with that and then one b is. How do you sift through all of these pieces to decide what puzzle to simple. So i got assigned the piece so i i never really a pick anything As a writer you do what you were told. God bless could work with any ingredients. Hello hello and i and i need to work with. Ingredients are paid on friday. God bless at this is. What's on the menu cooking period. I got you so So yes. I was assigned myspace with myself indefinite quantity and i write with devon and the zach allah both of them Both italian guys. You wrote the state of black shoot me. Is that for you. Which was one of my favorite pieces. so yeah so. That's how i got brought onto the project. I was assigned it. And then once i looked at it because i'm born and raised in church Like i have such a connection to this piece a lot of this stuff. I've already laughed at an. It's already like been fun to me so for me it was just like time to play And i had to.

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Manslaughter. Yeah nine year old whore. Hey crews junior. He was jay walking across the street. Los angeles and let's see child was walking home from school and ran across the street. Criminal charges yeah. Now there's a vehicle that was in front of gay heart stopped stopped and this is what happens. Okay okay. here's here's what happens. And this is what could have happened to me. And i got a ticket for this very thing in santa monica every asshole. The city's driving an suv and every other asshole is jaywalking. Which i don't mind like jay jaywalk all you want. Just don't make the car stopped to jaywalk. Stand around wait for an opening and then you dart across the street like one of those old river mosquitoes. But we don't do is go out in the street and get cars to stop for you because what happened to her and it could happen any of us. There's an suv parked and it stopped inexplicably in the middle of the street. And there's so many assholes in this town that don't know how to drive that. If i came up on that guy too i would. Just go around that guy. Especially if there's two lanes so she just goes around the guy but which he can't see a kid is a kid walking in front of the suv. I almost killed somebody on the way home from with the stars. I did the same thing i sling. Shot in the right lane. And i was gonna go right around this suv at a signal right when a turn and there was a couple of chicks just walking right and stepped right in front of me. I couldn't see him pedestrians way too. Goddamn casual in this city and yes used a crosswalk or i don't care if you jay walk but don't do that thing we walk out and then do that thing. We start conducting traffic. I don't say this kid did that. I'm just on jag. Now were you walk out and stand in the middle of ventura boulevard. Now you're gonna wait in the car in front of us going to stop for you and it's like a fucking just wait till it's open and run across and so i wanna know what manny pack as nickname is. I know his dad killed in his dog. We learned that when we had his trainer on. Yes yes that's all. That's something i'll never well. They'll they can go. Look cool theresa brian. Back in two thousand nine on the podcast cigarette part. Because we got chris catan greg fitzsimmons and more coming.

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"However on tuesdays they do live shows like the radio format like we listen to today. And this is one of the very early ones. With teresa strasser ball bryan. This one's august of two thousand nine. This is part one part two will be played at the first clip tomorrow in the corolla classics feed so. Make sure to subscribe to get a whole tool to parts tomorrow as well until then check out this opening with theresa and brian dreicer doing doing the news ball. Brian is here to give us an update and hang with us and jumping on the news and before we get to the news. Let's just see how everyone's health is. Bryan how you feeling. Actually good last. Week was a chemo. Week so actually did five five days pills four hundred milligrams a day of he'll therapy and it was tough man. Maybe sleepy tired. And all those things and i feel better. I thought hold friday. So i've been off pills since friday and feel good now. I don't know if you heard about it. But i kinda got into it with the engineer anderson doing love line last week caught wind of that Horrible argument i had with him on the air. what happened was i was giving out your website. Thank you thank you visit the lesser very generous and inconvenient tumor dot com. Hi brian dot com. Yes b. r. y. y y. That's that's always spell it r. y. Why and seventy and. I was giving your your website out and anderson kept a interrupting and then he kept calling you a brownnoser and basically said your world class ask kiss era through and then we would would kept then kept saying that he you owed him one hundred fifty dollars. Every time i would give the website out and say please give generously. And then a certain point. I'd reached my saturation level. And so we just started arguing on the air for about fifteen minutes. And then eventually evolved. David alan grier eventually got up and laugh really. Yeah in the middle of show. Well not the middle of the show in the middle of the argument which was toward the end of the show. I couldn't figure out why this guy was arguing with me. When i was trying to give out your website race and money and i couldn't. I couldn't stand the label of brownnoser for brian. Bishop i look at you as anything but brownnoser. I feel i disagree with you for years. I would say on the air and off the air. I don't let you know. Take music for example. I don't think i've ever gotten you to come around on any of my musical proclamations and yes even if you don't value them true the point is why dismiss them. I respect them briefly. Kept saying he's not a brownnoser. He argues with me. Oh about quite a few things quite quite often. And i did not like the idea that he was labeling your brownnoser but i was also i was really just angry that he was arguing with me when i was trying to give out your cat website. Really do she. Especially because i thought you guys were friends say full disclosure answering our good friends. We actually went on. Friday saw district nine day. How was it. He better not only. Okay ever be such a brownnoser. you would disagree with. I mean wait a minute so but generally good but yes you guys are friends. So i'm not sure why he just kept calling you an answer to aggravate. Yes yes yes. I'd like someone to hit him with fucking on his fucking head. It's driving me nuts. Brownnoser than a pot stirrer. Well also just this idea. And again i maybe. Maybe it's a sore subject for me. But i just can't stand that you know well if you don't if you disagree with adam you're out which of course my answer to that with anderson as you wanna fuck and been fired the first buck and five minutes. I fucking mechi. You ask all so. Of course you don't have to kiss my ass because you're living peru and be kiss. My ass is. Love is longest run employees. He's been there for ten years. And i would have fired him the first fucking week. I work for them because he's such a do show of course you don't need to kiss my ass. You're sitting here. Your proof positive. You don't need to kiss my ass by the way nobody in that entire building ever kissed me or drew's asks for the entire eleven years. I was there just not are very very polar off of people. Think positive and fun loving engines angry and likes to sit stokes button pusher. Yeah and and. I think he would mistake brian. That the whole thing is love line for all. Those years was not very professional. And thus as i've told you many times you would you know i would have my hash settled by the phone screener. I would have junior junior junior junior junior junior producer lowering coming in insult me and basically everyone. There should have been fired. A thousand times and brian was sort of the only one who actually just was sort of courteous. And maybe got labeled got labeled with the asca sir then. He told me you were fired from love line which i forgot about i said brian was fired from lubbock. High time to come absolutely. Why were you ask the leave. I was actually on my way out anyway. At the time of the time it expired but I asked to read a blog fi fan and just for dealing background and i was Detail complaining about drew album and the producer and then one day they were like one day. They were like here anymore. Maybe your time. Whoa wait to say. Wait a second now. You see nice. Should've used this for that. Douchebag anderson which is he said you got fired for writing shit about drew like did you write about adam both. Obviously that asshole conveniently left out the part where you're writing shit about me because it would have crapped all over his mask. Kissing looked at it now. Adverts spec very tame tame. I'm sure but the whole idea that he's saying you're brownnoser and then saying you got fired from love line so good employees been but you've got fired from love line for writing shit about me the guy you're supposed to be brown hosing. Notifies your brown nose argument right. i'll i know this is very upsetting because adam. I've rarely seen you as upset. Because i saw you the next day after this battle with anderson and before we sat down to do the podcast. I asked what you're doing. And you said i'm emotionally drained and then i thought i don't know this anderson but now i don't like him well. I was drained. Because i really i was i. I wanted to send people to your website. I wanted to raise money for you. And i just couldn't believe i was arguing with somebody about that process so strange like i'm trying to give out this website so people can donate because he's fighting cancer. Anderson is obviously an asshole. But he's a liar and that's that's the main thing i don't mind him being an asshole. I have no problem with that. There's plenty of assholes out there but he's lying. And i guess the fact he conveniently left out the part where you were talking shit about me as well as drew is the part that makes them a liar. That's unlike you. I can't imagine you blogging and thinking that no one was gonna find it. I wasn't writing it was it was very oculus. It was fairly and be. It was a fan of the show. Would you mind just running behind his blog for for my site has sure. The love line companion brands blog. Maybe we can read that tc.

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He woke groggy was alive. It was a japanese fishermen. Well there you go. Because he had a hobby named brian he had. He had an oriental broad as well. Didn't he because he sort of emulated. Everything that lennon did yeah. He was tapping on the window. He brought them back to life. Well you know the thing about hitler and never really thought about it but you just thought about it for me. Hitler was a hero of world. War one any was injured He he sustained some fairly significant injuries. Someone's i've somewhere on. And it's not like like i said it's not like all the doctors say in germany or middle eastern guys. I mean they probably probably pass through a jewish doctor or two. There's probably some point where you know. Twenty two year old adolf was being pulled off the battlefield and world war one and somebody was bringing them back. The life he's hatred of the jews probably hadn't even manifested that stage. Probably because the thing is it was a look to do with when when the the after world war one when they went into deep depression when money with nothing and then they've won the blame. You know what i mean. That's whether born with a hatred of jews. I take time right. I don't know. I felt like i hated jews when i was a toddler jewish. Now i'm just thinking. Meaning i can remember hating jews when i was very very young. I hated. I'm probably funny when you make anti semitic australians. We don't have any jews like how how. How do you work. It's like people who hate black people in australia. Originals like one percent of the population. That's a lot of effort. You're putting in a really burning calories. You have no jews to hate and it's weird. It's like a it's like saying i hate sushi but there's no sushi restaurants in town like so what who cares. Kids live with it. The jewish people live with south african rand. Knowing needs a reason to hate. South africans could any religion right. They're they're they're held. Bunch never thought about that growing up in a place with no june. This whole stereotypical like the curly head. Accountancy looking guy on ever met one of those until i was in my twenties. I well my my whole thing. You have no mexicans either. Many mexicans show. Jeez you really have to hook so you just have to start drinking hating each other. Yeah it was lebanese. Oh really yeah. We don't like when i was a it was the greeks the italians like sure and now. We're all onboard with them right there. Right and You know the arabs called share. I was gonna. We always think the terrorists are coming to get us. We thought we would next lesson. Australia's no good because there's not they're not populated enough twenty million people know in case only that but twenty million people spread out over place the size of you know we're not we're not we're not spread out about about fifty million of them on the coastal bunched up. Australia is big as north america. Right big big as you. United states of america and north america point is not a lot of people. I know they're bunched up in one place. Yeah it's like a puzzle. We've just made the border right and you haven't filled the middle once in the mental. There's nothing in the desert. It's shit crap. I mean. I'll tell you the good news i keep telling the terrorists. This don't bother bombing los angeles you just going to kill a bunch of mexicans and lebanese and filipinos. You're not gonna get you know what i'm saying. Go to cleveland and have a good. I don't go to australia's by luck terrorist. You want to kill the blue eyed devil. Not the brown eyed brown skin devil. You put a dirty bomb in the middle of downtown. La you barely going to get any white people. Well if you're going to get you had a go at astray there was. It was an attack on a nightclub in bali. Did you get. Yeah because holiday in bali because we haven't got enough knauss looking right. We got a venture but further right. I remember the bali attack in bali. Yeah that's all it's only that beat on the side is fucking rubbish. Now see western astray after the west. Obviously that whole state. That's one point. Five million one point five. Yeah the whole thing right right nothing. No i'm just saying that's i mean there's populated areas. I'm just saying but not a lot of bang for your buck. I just think you gotta look for populated areas and again again terrorist. Please no no l. a. You're not gonna get you if you if you fuck up sydney but the opera house statement that bridged in the bridge. Yeah yeah that's right. That was the news. Get a landmark. So i'm sorry so Camera to help the terrorists listening. But you know. Be a bit imaginative some effort. I'm seeking. I'm seeking tired of hearing about every every time i do an anti-terrorist people always say that it's racist. It's not racist it's religion right. It's not a rice and you can be any religious it's bigoted in a way. Yeah but you know and then as saying before about this little bit here. It says it says the atheist and i i hate the fact that the as an atheist i'm brought into the whole argument of religion when i don't even think there is an argument. There is no god. There is nothing that's it. I know they act like we're burning calories being atheists. I burn as many calories being atheists as they do thinking about martians. Yeah exactly they don't exist. So i don't give a shit or a yeti or the loch ness monster i don't don't exist don't care. Don't burn any calories on it. I don't go out and specific you know. I don't i don't go out and go. Hey are you part of that. Anti santa claus and easter bunny group. Are you one of them. Are you going to march or you have that group i. There's no santa. The easter bunny. And there's no loch ness monster. And i don't give a shit with this. Is atheist did it to themselves though. Because they're like they want in god. We trust taken off the dollar bills and they want this stupid cross. That's on the los angeles or california crass. There's a cross that's on it because it was settled with had missions and then went that taken off the coffee mugs. And so what they've done if drawn attention themselves because their pain in the ass because there's two types of atheists. There's the jim jefferies adam corolla atheists. Which is what. We're just smart reasonable. Rational people don't give a shit. And i don't believe in anything unless there's some proof provided and no one is provided any real so we don't believe and then there's the my dad was a born again christian and used to sodomize me. That's the one with the fucking chip on his shoulder holding that bossa they said there's probably not a god or something and they wanted to put up that thing in canada right that story. Yes it all. I was doing gigging. Miami because i mentioned on. Hbo special. I do it for laughs up to look the i guess the proof point but not fucking change anyone's mind. I don't think anyone's minds have been changing. Religion is a bit of a stand up. You know what. I mean if you're obviously if you're willing to believe in something that there's no proof of and doesn't exist and i can't change.

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"jefferies" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"You guys already kind of know The keys to success in a new company raising capital. And where do you think those those I don't think. I don't think raising is core a core competency davis by you know having done multiple startups over the last twenty years. You know we've made a lot of the mistakes that our competitors you know we watch our competitors make right so it we. We've learned through the process of growing companies What needs to be done. And i think you know. The cyber-security background is super valuable because it really enables us to to think like the adversary are. It's not just david either. The the whole executive staff has worked together in the past Both in the payment space in the cybersecurity space and really being able to understand that adversary to thank how he thinks are she thinks. I is really critical to to be able to unwind some of these crimes. Yeah i mean it clearly. It's working for you guys. I mean you guys are one of the biggest names in the space of a kudos kudos to you and now pick your brain on on a personal level of your thoughts on. The industry defy yield farm. Are you excited about a excited about defy under particular way or are you more i stick. I stick with the tried and true. Bitcoin so i do not yield farm. But you know as a as i told you as a finance geek. Yeah from way back. It's it's fascinating to me. And i i see myself righty smart contracts in my later years. That's retiring a cup of cold. Ice tea under rocking chair. Writings like design. And you know as a kid. I used to design a different funds. Different types of you know back then the vpn salvage say. Oh john the so complicated. You know knowing that people don't really care. I understand or not. They're just going to invest. So i think defy is gonna experience growing pains for sure. And then it's really going to transform finance. Wow i mean that's that's one. That's an interesting hobby to have growing up. I mean i if outed known you been any of your friends and saw you spending your time doing now. Like i'm fucking being friends with this guy because he's going to be successful. The person the little the little five foot three kid who trying to become an nba player probably not going to work. You spend your free time. developing a fund algorithms s. That's incredible now It's kinda crazy because this new technology like you mentioned. It is innovate so fast. It really is incredibly quick. It seems like there's a new product.

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"jefferies" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Know. Fried fried capabilities and fraud technologies. Anti-fraud there is a need for as observed earlier. You know as money comes in. That's that's what attracts the bad guys in. So they'll be a continual cat cat and dog game of trying to to stop the bad things from happening And understanding right and this is a question a curious curiosity question of kind of how this industry works. We're not just talking about the bitcoin blockchain but most blockchain's in general trace the transplant transactions from wall to the bounces from waltz wallet and and a lot of times when there is when there is a fraud happened when there's a ransom or hack or scam you mentioned there. There's a off ramp and these off ramps to fiat are usually a lot of time. Centralized exchanges. My question is this one. How are the exchange wallets as and if you see transaction eventually hit robie or x. or hit by nance hit coin base of their wallets. You're what you're seeing. The blockchain is a wild address. You're not seeing coined based so one do we know or are all these are all the the crypto incoming into these big exchanges. Are we know all their while it addresses. That's one and two when there is fraud or when you do see militias money going into an exchange and you actually reach out to them. How good are the exchanges are actually listening and say okay. This is monday. We're gonna freeze it or get it back. So i i would say that. The exchanges themselves are very cooperative. So there's private telegram groups that trade this information and treat addresses when when there's fraud or when their staffs in and they're able to freeze it on their own accounts Before it can can make the final getaway on to your previous question. We know most of the address says you know we can't we don't know everything. So the general public would not necessarily know that you know wallet. Address belonged stated to buy hands vs quantity base. however we do And that's why the classroom technology does and we've opened accounts at over a thousand exchanges and we move money between them so we use those those movements of money in those those tidbits of data to be able to associate the other wants those exchanges. Well let me on the secret sauce. Now i'm going to start my own company over up to q. Two exchanges one to the other. See now i know that's a good solution. My man. I guess. I have a thousand times. I guess you guys know what you're talking about. Well the other thing is the you know. The data itself is is short. Lived right so you know having been in business. And that's that's one of the beautiful things about about our businesses. We have as a venture capitalist would say you know a technology mount where we have great technologists building great algorithms in have a pipeline. But also we have this data moat right so the data itself changes and as dawn. And so you know we've been in business for for five years now so we have that history of data versus sadly you know if you were to start right now. You'd never be able to get that data right right and especially now that we're talking about massive data sets at this point as it grows and grows. Yeah is it is a great solution and realize is away at least temporarily but you mentioned you guys are back and you actually came and ceo. David jevans you guys work together. A lot in the past Many successful companies high tech cybersecurity. You guys think that because you ready a came from a successful high tech cybersecurity background. It gives you an advantage now even those a new space..

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"jefferies" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jefferies" Discussed on WJR 760

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Nicolas Cage Hosts ‘History of Swear Words’ Series on Netflix

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:12 min | 1 year ago

Nicolas Cage Hosts ‘History of Swear Words’ Series on Netflix

"Cage. Scott is doing a new netflix series on explaining the history of swear words. Now anyone that knows me personally knows that off the air now. I think people that listen to the radio may mean maybe surprised by this but listeners who occasionally encounter me on the streets Will find out. I curse a lot and now you've known me for a very long time. So you know that. I curse lauren. Brandi ideal with very regularly obviously have known for awhile too. And they know that. I am a cursor so i am absolutely fascinated in this series and we actually have a preview brought. He found the i. Guess the trailer for this. Netflix series with nicholas cage. Let's hear it is a thing of great wonder quivering with complexity strength and resilience however also buried with them. A delicate femininity and there are even say nuttiness look one way and you see a gentle feline innocence with another way homeboy. Yes it has the power to steer our souls an intoxicated. our minds men have died for it. Women have moved in with each other way too soon for it and to fully capture its essence. We must plunge unafraid deep within enchanted garden. Roll my friends. We are so close now. Fisher is upon the very house of life and death the temple of sexuality and a term for that kid too afraid to play dodge ball in gym class behold also could be a cat now right so that sold me because it was weird weird. He's guest stars on this show called. The history of swear words will include comedians like D'auray davis mike eagle nikki. Glasser pattie harrison. London hughes jim jefferies. Nick offerman sarah silverman and isaiah woodlock junior. So i'm in. Are you in. So i again. Nicholas cage freaks me out a little bit. I don't know why he's i. Think of nicholas cage in the movie face off with john travolta that movie very strange do nocholas cage and then was the movie was called leaving las vegas where he's like this evening drunk. Yeah yeah yeah. Elizabeth shue might be right. Yeah nicholas cage kind of freaks me out a little bit. So he's awareness day by like some crazy like dinosaur like head or something like that like at an auction one time for like millions and millions of dollars and he's got like an elvis fetish right it. Wasn't he married. lisa. Marie yes he was. Yeah i did not know that. He freaks me out a weird way now. The premise of the show the history or the the depth of the history of cursing in the english language. Yeah very curious. I like to curse a lot too. Sometimes it turns people off. I've just always believed just talk the way you talk wrecked and so. I'm interested in the premise freaks. Me out. that's all okay. Fair enough

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"jefferies" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"jefferies" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"O. W. all right Jefferies initial good enough we're trying to put stuff off to the end now because the people who were against the do I call it well there's procrastinator sure I bought a book on procrastination I never read it ended up donating that's I should have been on the front cover really in the scheme of things then ship set all the areas that's how I ended up radio yeah I I guess so but here's the thing I I I'm passion about this so I get it done I mean that that's really sort of what it is it's it's really weird will be less of me which some people will cheer and here's the rare occasion that I'm actually happy about not doing this when Reds baseball's back in it is sixty game set in the shortened cove it nineteen here a season on a ridge team that is expected to be explosive to be a real not necessarily like the fireworks in Dayton Ohio there aren't happening for fourth of July trot which I'll get to you in just a second on that well it is I want to listen this is what I would do I'm gonna lay out a few things okay it then I'll give you an opportunity to sound off on any or all or maybe we'll do the wildcard conversation of anything else in at which point in chip seems very eager to nice couple that guy up unlike to stop with that he is like well it's an ATM thing I like to blow people up I'm like I like to blow stuff up to you for the commercial I didn't lead me to another topic is it just my neighborhood I know it's not because I I got to the video that I tweeted earlier in the week about the poor homeless man who had that the young Hellions who took the the super large concussion fireworks and shot at him as he was sleeping next to a stoop in Brooklyn if it's not funny it's not funny he's laughing it's not funny PoorBest I I know I haven't heard anything I tweeted about it in there was a rabbi it in Brooklyn who didn't like responded but I don't know if the guy with death if he lost his sight if it killed him one would think you would have heard about it or like well you know the cops or do anything but you know other people getting shot and everything else I don't know that every call about fireworks is something that they're quickly gonna be able to get dispatched on Hey guys please stop with fireworks I mean midnight so probably a good time to call it quits on it it just about a respectability but my dog is is not good right now and that there's only so much that you can give them in the way of drugs for the doggy downers in and I have a natural and sedative that you give them so it's not like the old days when they give you doggy downers in the dog would literally not be able to move but could move the eyes and you look like you know I'm still miserable I just can't move around to it and bark and whine like I could help me that that's where my dog is now with this sweater that isn't doing any good or anything else so are you dealing with out of control fireworks in your neighborhood first secondly because I had this conversation off the hook well it's because the cold air vice been locked down like yeah their turn up okay they're unemployed they gonna blow stuff up my guess is that extra like unemployment six hundred dollars extra week there there by lot of fireworks great I had to get fireworks when they're real legal under its stature limitations my cousins would know a guy who would sell him out of the truck right and we get to them in that sort of help played out so I don't know the fireworks are proper you are first in your mind just now turned into an old guy and maybe it was always bad for the animals and I just didn't know it because I was a young alien myself at one point in time and we shoot them off but I don't remember people being is disrespectful about it is back then as they are now it is because it is the excuse not being idiots and morons I'm just laying it out there sure I'm off responsibly like us you know for home runs in red's wins a great American ball park that that's how I sort of look at it right in the western southern WEBN fireworks which leads me to Dayton Ohio in trouble a suburb they now have a good teams up with a a central Ohio technology company that has an app because there's always an app for that like the I heart radio app indeed currently you can watch some sort of pseudo fireworks scenario I don't mean to laugh this is terrible but apparently from nine to midnight on the fourth of July anyway so this is the thing most people would have been like you know it's great Dane let's roll to date and season fireworks on the fourth of July I don't know a lot of people from Cincinnati maybe you want to go down there and check out their riverfront little bit smaller than ours here long serpentine law at all the other stuff we think western southern WEBN fireworks but you know you can just get a nap and you can watch hot air balloons and lanterns and UFOs and and other things that are sort of virtual fireworks stuff I hope the apps free because there's no way in hell a bite I'm just not I don't know I'm sorry but I'm just I I just don't see that as like yeah that's my fourth of July no I'll be here on the four thirty today and then my dog and I are going to go drink Scotch someplace it's because he's got he may not even survive it's not funny it's terrible it really is it's awful bad he was crazy before this this is just a digital rebel bad are the other thing I gotta ask you on the phone numbers by the way five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred eight four.

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"jefferies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"jefferies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Five forty nine Jefferies and done prior stay with us the Russian update coming up at six OO nine this morning you doing all right doing okay out here in my airstream trailer in the middle of the field somewhere in southwest Austin are you go there you go by myself all morning long we'd love to hear from some some local businesses how you get through all of this is a life one of the concerns with your you know your employees things like that what you eat last night on a letter that I what we what we had chicken spaghetti Kim priors chicken spaghetti is outstanding yeah I'm gonna have to I got to it you know why my repertoire there's only a few things that I cook well and most of its own a grill I got you here's a thing you shouldn't be cooking you should be ordering out that's that's what we all win plan on doing that and yeah I what restaurant owners to call and let us know what what you're doing you know is it to curbside to go order online both last night we did we had domino's delivered a good local nearby domino's let me ask you did it did it take longer well right were they more backed up no no no it was he was within a half hours at our front door they they and that was about that was about six thirty yeah you know that's right the heart of the dinner hour well if you're watching TV you will notice there is a really a mad rush of fast food ads as far as drive through and things order online things like that so that they're they're out there buying a lot of ad space at the moment yeah jumping here five one two eight three six zero five not a lot of people doing some binge watching too I mean I don't know why anybody would be sit at home watching the national news right now that she's gonna drive you deeper into depression yeah exactly are you binge watching these days Ozarks got a new series coming out on Netflix there's a lot of great good programming on Hulu and Netflix Amazon prime things like that it's never been better just to get away from the current stories right now just watch them so has similar good escapism that's for sure now while also so while there is other news to talk about this morning in regards to the race for the democratic nomination for president Joe Biden came out on top last night it was only a matter of time central time to be exact when polls closed in Florida's panhandle before Joe Biden would be projected the winner eastern time zone returns and by not by as much as forty points over Bernie Sanders he's likely to win the lion's share of two hundred nineteen delegates in the biggest prize for the St Patrick's day primaries Sanders decided to issue a statement before the vote tallies about the need to protect American workers during the corona virus pandemic we need to provide a direct emergency two thousand dollar cash payment every household in America every month for the duration of the crisis the trump administration is advocating for one time a one thousand dollar checks to be sent to most if not all households to help Americans whether the coronavirus storm turn out in Illinois was reported to be quite low with many voters for soon to be reluctant to go to polling places and the number of poll workers did not show up according to local media in Chicago but for Joe Biden the result was as expected with him predicted the winner once a third of the vote was counted by more than twenty percentage points ahead of Bernie Sanders for campaigns that had to be conducted via teleconferencing Biden topped off his night with a video message no media on hand and for all intents and purposes he was urging senators to quit the race reaching out to his followers five fifty three here on the tight end on show and we'll take that call from Joe openly enter a five one two eight three six zero five ninety would love to hear from you a small business owners out there how you get through all of this Joanne says on my screen you're a general manager of BJ's up there in cedar park right on fourteen thirty one no actually I'm the one in the auto lock okay your constant yeah the yeah so what we did is done by our servers that are not making money right on the floor in dining we actually give them the ability to delivery driver check out the call then and so what the delivery charge what thank you well that's great that's something that we can offer our servers right now it does not getting anything that is that's great so they say they they basically turned into a and bereits are some of these others out there just delivering your food that's great and and you started that yesterday yeah three obviously I'm not recommending what the what we got stuck with that we have an eleven match what I don't like being pretty rapidly which was kind of a tense and thank you right now all the young kids to you know come on they only they come down here I like that and we found out why and so to come out of their own and they got a lot of emotions right now so John the John somebody wanted to order take out and pick up or delivery from BJ's what what do they need to go so we are doing that which is fine but my team members better deliveries all they have to do is call the check out and then let us know what your delivery from all team members and then we have a ten percent there were three targets all it will be the one that delivered to you and that we've been able to build a good amount of every single shift that will actually want to ship today will increase as the day not quite managed it on you know that's not much at all we got got over thirty five dollars now what right now I'm so the family mark well what my work is not a lot good job John appreciate you calling them and it's it's great leadership for you and your team I I appreciate you hang in there man we'd love to hear your your your show thank you Joe have or have a great day be safe out there my friend it is five fifty five you're gonna traffic now at five fifty five let's do it it would know Alyssa says now we'll be right back I don show metal roof said so many key advantages over a traditional route for your home and now they can be beautiful too hi good morning it's mark Caesar yet have to see what green knight metal roofing is doing for Austin area.

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Oil prices climb ahead of OPEC meeting to discuss supply cuts

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Oil prices climb ahead of OPEC meeting to discuss supply cuts

"But let's also talk about one of all of the stories this morning of course which is the APEC plus ministers meeting in Vienna emergency talks that own oil output and also the white at price in the market said this and said the IHS Markit says the old amount is actually headed for its worst ever quarterly drop in prices slumped twenty percent this year alone and yet Saudi Arabia and Russia remain split over the prospect of deeper production cuts as the current of always weakens global to Montel we joined this morning by the banks and me who died he was in Vienna for us good morning Ameri great to speak to you look it's it's quite typical isn't it it's a Riyadh and Moscow often quite Varma Paul to heads of the me saying what channels do you think that a deal without if you get done yeah that's exactly right we've seen this dance before this negotiations drawn out between Moscow and Riyadh they basically been turned out all of February because remember Riyadh wanted to move up the meeting an act urgently the question is as you say is this smoke and mirrors to try to surprise the market or is it a real serious split what we know right now is that Moscow could be more partial to just a rollover of the current supply cuts the ones that they've already decided on Riyadh wants a deep and them to one to one point five million barrels a day what's clear from the market is if they don't cut deeper we could possibly and definitely see actually definitely see a selloff in these oil prices in the Emory I mean is this a situation where unity will hold whatever comes out of this will everyone stick with it yes what happens in the OPEC buses they do normally stick to it kind of it's a bit of a fudges has they think is the best way to say Roger and I say a bit of a fudge because mostly what happens is Saudi Arabia and some other countries notably like Libya which is offline pretty much at the moment Venezuela they'll make up for some the deeper cuts that other countries have cheated in the past notably Iraq and as well as Russia Russia for sure has been the big winner at this whole OPEC plus deal Putin has been able to maintain this present in the Middle East is given a lot of Middle East clout on top of that financially they've been the beneficiaries of this club because Dave born much less of a share of these cuts than Saudi Arabia so Saudi Arabia note most notably like last time we'll just take on an extra burden because they want to see the prices pop Saudi Arabia needs eighty dollars a barrel about to budget their books while Moscow can do it on forty yeah absolutely is that price differential isn't that is so important but look is it is also a kind of an unprecedented moment isn't it this is a shock to the world economy because of coronavirus and that food to the oil market so it is kind of unprecedented to it's completely unprecedented we have flights canceled schools closed towns quarantine we're seeing serious demand destruction for only the fourth time in almost forty years oil consumption may not grow at all this year that's what some of a growing group of traders investors and analysts keep saying and Goldman Sachs this week first major of the Wall Street banks to forecast a contraction in demand this year and then you look at also wider picture not just the oil price what does it mean for the sector in Europe only five percent is made up of energy shares in the stock six hundred the benchmark index in the United States we had the sector in a bear market and this morning Jefferies put out this note that I just love because I'm a Yankee fan they say it's at the nineteen sixty two Mets let me tell you what the nineteen sixty two Mets did as a baseball team in New York yeah they lost a hundred and twenty games only one forty that's like the worst known team in baseball history and Jeffries is just saying we're done with it or J. and that's where the world

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"jefferies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jefferies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A traffic hazard northbound thirty five as you approach Barbara Tonya to ninety usual delays building elsewhere out there folks don prior with Austin's own time traffic cloudy and mild today with a few showers size seventy two a passing shower early tonight otherwise mild with considerable clouds tonight low sixty wind from the weather center I'm Brian may this sick with six thirty five time Jefferies area don prior Hey yeah you found the time to don show it's pretty big deal if you think about it you you yeah you're gonna be fun and you can join us anytime at five one two eight three six zero five so any who got TA coming up at eight o'clock eight oh five you want to come back we play a game call what do you know have you been paying attention yeah it we give you we basically give you love trivia question about what we've been talking about this morning maybe something in the news it's pretty simple easy question but it's probably a good idea to be listing about six fifty inch or so we play the game at eight OO five we're gonna make it count for it and I don't want you to reveal the secrets we got some amazing prices I think we can literally say listen to win yeah listen to win listen to win that is it right that down maybe that's the name of the that's a catchy phrase listen to women five one two eight three six zero five ninety tech news it's brought to you by Texas mutual insurance tech giants are fighting big legal battles are some big cases going on that could a judge what could affect a lot of people a lot of businesses yeah this week.

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"jefferies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"jefferies" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dates coming up at six awaits you don't wanna miss that time Jefferies don prior to join us any time at five one two eight three six zero five ninety now on Monday the final day the US trade representative's office is accepting public comments on the trump administration's proposed one hundred percent tariff on a basket of goods from the European Union because the winds liquor cheese and some luxury clothing yeah these levees proposed to December as retaliation for subsidies given to the European plane maker Airbus as well as a French tax on tech companies well it's met with some dire predictions about the fate of the U. S. wine industry and restaurant industries relying on those goods yeah the wind industry is already absorbed about twenty five percent terrace passed back in October we get more on this story my linkedin page at Todd Jeffries now also when some business news as the finance industry adapts to greater automation the weaker trading revenues wall street's bonus culture well it may be on the way out according to Bloomberg news yeah the average bonus on Wall Street fail for the first time in three years to one hundred and fifty three thousand dollars said according to the most recent estimates by the New York Stock comptroller's office now individual judgment is becoming less important for traders with tech platforms playing on a bigger role in decision making it may be may it may make more sense to pay staff for strength of their unit then their personal performance the interesting story that stories also won my linkedin page at time Jefferies this is it as Americans increasingly look to save time consumers have been hitting up with you know convenience stores for dinner have you heard about this having dinner at a convenience store where they can pick up a meal in under four minutes on average yeah millennials in particular the reading out more often and visiting grocery stores last this according to the department of agriculture at a time of great upheaval in the retail sector many convenience store chain's been expanding their food offerings with snacks becoming the preferred meal choice apparently some people don't mind catching dinner catch at lunch in some cases at the seven eleven are the local second pack or whatever you wherever you go in your neighborhood a big grab bag of Cheetos and a coke for dinner but I could be wow but it was short burgers chart burgers yeah in a gas station right yeah openly and we've had a lot of people don't you know setting up those kinds of businesses in the back of a gas station a special it's a mom and pop gestational of short I don't think you know seven level would do that but it's pretty interesting it's convenient and not apparently they have a better and better foods every day well I guess third they don't need atmosphere or anything like that just the food do it quickly and that's that's what they got guns in America lesson that man who shot that deck that gunman up in North Texas they were talking about Mister what what a hero he is he's a hero the governor actually percent of the state's highest civilian honor to the seventy one year old man that shot and killed that arm attacker that church back in December Jack Wilson as a hero yeah this was at the freeway church of Christ he was on a volunteer security team right well the seal of the state of Texas and on the back it says the governor's middle of courage order to William Jacque Wilson January.

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

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"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"jefferies" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Okay so it's two thousand fourteen. Fourteen Jesse richman researcher at Old Dominion University or Odu comes across the survey. Richmond takes the responses to that final question about being a citizen extrapolates. That anywhere between thirty eight thousand and two point eight million non-citizens voted in two thousand eight. There's only one problem with Jesse Richmond's conclusion Jesse Richman has been dead for fifty years. And no here's Brian shafter. Visiting his two thousand eight survey that became the basis for Richmond. Yeah we did a study where we actually contacted the people who had claimed to be non-citizens And a lot of them when we asked the same question again changed their answer in among among the people who actually claim to be nonsense. Both times we asked none of them. Were voters none of them. Brian Schaffner had renounced his own findings. But by this time it's too late right. Wing media members are using the ODU survey to claim that voter fraud is an enormous problem. Even though it's based on one studies interpretation of a flawed data said so I guess does he just one question remains right. How did this guy get to trump? I was going to ask is fifteen minutes in the microwave too long for a single TACO. But that's good to your questions. Good one so it turns out. Trump may have been turned onto voter fraud in his natural habitat Eh. A golf course. Five days after trump's inauguration he hosted dinner for Republicans and Democrats. He tells his guests that he would have won the popular vote if it hadn't the three to five million illegal votes so according to the New York Times a democratic the dinner asked trump getting this information and trump sites guy named Bernard longer. Oh I loved him in Dos. Boot Bernard longer is a German Professional Golfer. He won.

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Airline quarterly earnings: ancillary revenue the highlight

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:38 min | 3 years ago

Airline quarterly earnings: ancillary revenue the highlight

"Right well let's have a look at what the shares ought to watch this morning Bloomberg's Joe recent joined us in our London studio is such a good morning well it's it's a line these will be stopped simply run it we had my clearly every the CEO of your own but a good time posting quarterly earnings that beat estimates yes good morning so we start with the airlines and as you mentioned that okay Leri that quite bullish on some of the outlook big married that guidance for the year ahead which seems to be in line with expectations but what's been a big posted is the ancillary revenue which looks good so this is the additional fees that passenger pays for sitting with their friends will bring on extra baggage and they seems to really be the highlights of that reports the moment that's according to analysts at Jefferies and they say also that any attempt send traffic growth for Ryan man has of say three percent decline in the phase which was something that only real six spoke about on television earlier today for pulling back so it looks like a combination of better traffic growth and these ancillary refugees has offset the the fed to con which we already knew about as such thing Reinisch as rising in much of four point five percent today I am not just run I AG news they gonna Bali these from his car at any rate the for a just everybody on the list that stress is a big extension firm a billion billion euros and this is in a line that really travels to South America such a big one to get to that countries like Peru and Argentina so looks like and they're trying to build on that alright bear a units with that last taxation and seems to be accretive to a PS still I AG says up from one point two

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Trump says U.S. sanctions on Turkey will be lifted

Fresh Air

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Trump says U.S. sanctions on Turkey will be lifted

"The trump administration is lifting some sanctions on Turkey after praising ridge of type air to one's government for holding its incursion in northern Syria against the Kurds until about a week and a half ago the U. S. had maintained a diplomatic balancing act for years between Turkey a NATO ally and the Kurds ineffective ally on the ground against ISIS but with trump's order for American forces to leave Turkey and Russia which is allied with Syria's Assad regime now have a stronger foothold on the swath of land along the Syrian border and peers Michele Kelemen says the US envoy for Syria is facing tough questions on Capitol Hill about the president's decisions the Democrat who chairs the house foreign affairs committee says this is an example of trump's quote fly by the seat of his pants foreign policy US envoy Jim Jefferies says the U. S. didn't want Turkey to fight the Kurds in Syria the Turkish incursion into **** Syria are is a tragedy it was a long standing US government policy in two administrations to keep that from happening and we clearly were not successful the US believes over one hundred ISIS fighters have escaped recently but Jeffrey ads at the U. S. is confident that Kurdish forces continue to control prisons were other ISIS fighters are being

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Jim Jefferies, Joel Mchale and Netflix discussed on Steve Trevelise

Steve Trevelise

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Jim Jefferies, Joel Mchale and Netflix discussed on Steve Trevelise

"It's new to view streaming edition this week on netflix speeches a new standup special from jim jefferies call this is me now part zoo of the joel mchale show with joel mchale is there and the netflix original series the epic tales of captain underpants some other netflix originals available this week check out the movie how it ends where a man struggles to reach his pregnant wife in the midst of an apocalypse watched season two of drug lords and sugar rush a new competition baking show where contestants bake up the.

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