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Mnuchin, Powell Push For Aid to Help Economy Recover

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:27 sec | Last week

Mnuchin, Powell Push For Aid to Help Economy Recover

"Also a concern with millions of Americans still out of work Fed chair Jerome Powell today telling lawmakers on Capitol Hill there's been improvement from pandemic clothes, including increasing household spending and hiring, But people are still hurting both employment and overall economic activity, however, remain well below their pre pandemic levels and the path ahead continues to be highly uncertain. Cal and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says that more relief aid is needed to help shore up the economy. GOP

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Chinese Leaders Split Over Releasing Blacklist of U.S. Companies

WSJ What's News

01:23 min | Last week

Chinese Leaders Split Over Releasing Blacklist of U.S. Companies

"Investors are hoping for a better day today after losses across market yesterday, but it wasn't a typical selloff stocks drop but so did gold and oil are markets editor Quinton web explains why that matters. It was notable various asset classes sold off together. So not surprising no oil sold of two because if you take a gloomy view on the economic outlook, oil is likely to fall in price nights. Villette gold sold off to gold has been wising for most of the year, but it seems also, it doesn't necessarily this year always rise in other markets falling. This is nothing like I should say the panic of where all asset classes because they was selling off. In tandem investors just rushed to raise cash but in this case, gold seems to dipped a little bit alongside stokes. What's notable is we've seen this kind of broader shift in sentiment I think in the last few weeks. So other summer of kind of almost relentless rallies, we've had several weeks now where stocks sorta traded sideways down and this was a very bad start to this week. So it'd be interesting to see how US equities trade throughout the rest of the week. Today. We get Nike's earnings report also Fed Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven. MNUCHIN. Begin three days of congressional testimony.

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Fed's Powell says US economy faces long, uncertain recovery

WBBM Evening News

00:14 sec | Last week

Fed's Powell says US economy faces long, uncertain recovery

"Jerome Powell says the economy is improving, but in testimony to be delivered tomorrow before a House panel says it faces a long, uncertain recovery. How will appear alongside Treasury Secretary Stevens?

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ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes

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05:53 min | Last week

ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes

"This week we go to the frontlines of the youth climate strike movement. There are hundreds of protests going on all around the world today as young people, school children from Australia to Iceland come together to protest about what they're calling the crisis of their lifetime climate change. Of course, what they see is politicians inability or unwillingness to do anything about it to the global protests that is underway right now, students and workers all around the world of flooding the streets demanding action on climate change, Maggie, Rulli that a demonstration in London with the latest Michael with thousands of protesters, right underneath parliament, and what's so striking besides just the sheer size of protesters here are. The age of people who are demonstrating almost all of them are students that's hiding just nine years old. We spoke to a group of seventeen year olds who said they're here today to fight for their future. Now, the goal of this strike, really all these strikes around the world it's a send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the UN climate summit happening this week in New York climate change protests happening right now in lower Manhattan this is video from chopper four showing the massive crowd marching from Foley Square the courthouses down to the battery among the people flooding city streets were students who were allowed to skip class today to join this 'cause. I told with Jerome Foster. who had seven sounded watching documentaries about our planet go activated and started climate blogging creating virtual reality platforms social justice. He's now eighteen has been climate striking for eighty one weeks in front of the white. House. He founded one million of us to get youth to vote this November Jerome is one of eleven million people from over one hundred and forty countries the climate striking and skipping school to tell us we need to act now. I stopped by asking Jerome where he is now. I'm visiting New York City I just moved here for college, but I was born and raised in Washington DC. I'm going to college at Peace University and Columbia Columbia basically majoring in computer science specializing artificial intelligence. are distance-learning others are like mixed waken coming class in? Their dorm near the off his classes, some of them, most of my classes right now are digital. Have One. Now. So tell me about growing up in DC and kind of what led you to get into the place where you founded the organization one, million US. So where I grew up in Washington DC right around like places. And forests and those like a huge place for me to explore my neighborhood. So I kinda grew up getting in touch with nature and after years of like understanding what nature wasn't had really appreciate it. I started watching documented by astrophysics and learning about like what are world's about like what a black holes water were imposed all these cool late science things, and after that, I started watching documentaries about my own planet and how our planet fit into. Astrophysics. into the rest of the world that every time they talk about something else beautiful it's like but humans are burning it down and but. Are Continuing to extract coal and an oil and natural gas to power earth than is going to continue to see species go extinct and like that was kind of a wake up call for me understanding that our earth is actually has like trouble going on but still being like six or seven years old was like. This isn't that big of an issue. Adults are GonNa fix this adults definitely going to step up and take action but Learning later on like it didn't happen. That's that's not the story as the navy faded it. kind of grew into another understanding that like if the corruption is the unwillingness to have moral clarity won't stand up to corporations and that they don't have the political leadership to acting say, we need to hold you accountable and like as older I was like, how can I get into? Really. Getting their attention actually taking action when my friends kind of toby lunch table they're like, Hey, you should start into pitch. Okay. Cool. So like for sixth seventh and Eighth Grade I posted every single day. and. Like facts and got to like and I was like I got to convince that climate change because back then like global warming is a hoax and everyone believed that that was the big struggle and like today it's not that same conversation. It's about how do we take action but back then it was all about is it real? And I did that for six eighth grade in ninth grade I trying to transition. To. More technology and building I reality environments. So I mean when you say like it's ten years, it has been view like if he started when you seven that. Yeah. I started virtuality company called Vr, and basically it was the idea that like we can use virtuality. Gaming Place, but actually civic engagement accident building empathy only a few people will be able to see it because it's so expensive to create and it's so hard. Tribute it out. So I, kind of transition into. into journalism and it was because I started watching my documentaries again. It was Leonardo DiCaprio's before the flood and like in the last five minutes he said we need commentators then covered as if it's a lot we need young people we need people to come out here and start talking about time change in a new way. So I was like I can do that. There's like I'm I'm I'm with around blood so like two hours. Later I I email my English teacher in accurate a blog called the climb reporter and one hundred, sixty, five articles like eight months and determine about climate change from east perspective sounds like we need young people in this movement because our future is directly at stake people will say their children's children but we're the Stojan. At this point we waited fifty years to take action. Our Future. Now,

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Fed Signals Low Rates Likely to Last Several Years

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:00 min | Last week

Fed Signals Low Rates Likely to Last Several Years

"Yesterday about the Fed, indicating it's going to keep rates near zero through. 2023 warns US of risk of the economy because obviously Fed reserve chair Jerome Powell. Eyes flushing out what he sees down the field here. The aim set out in what they call a federal Open Market committee meeting. Eyes to return. The labor market is something like full employment to get inflation. Teo moderately exceed its 2% target. There's a reason for that, because we have to have a stable prices, a cz well as stable, a stable interest rates. So suffice it to say that we're a long way off. Still, because even though the fact that we've got 11 million people that have been rehired That's only half of the total job losses, and that's why the Fed, it's still sort of wringing its hands hear good news is that inflation remains well low below the 2% target. Despite The recent uptick, so we're in pretty good shape. Their markets are going to be a little bit volatile. Today's day. So buckle up coming up on 7 20

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Around 860,000 people filed for first-time jobless benefits last week

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:50 sec | Last week

Around 860,000 people filed for first-time jobless benefits last week

"Report that shows us how many people file for initial unemployment benefits the week before. For the last couple of weeks, the number's been below one million. It is again, the Labor Department says 860,000. Americans file initial claims last week that is down a bit from the week before and about what was expected. Encouraging words from the Federal Reserve. The nation's central bank says it'll keep interest rates near zero for years and take other steps to help the economy recover from the pandemic. The Federal Reserve's response to this crisis has been guided by our mandate to promote maximum and planet and stable prices for the American people. Along with our responsibilities to promote the stability of the financial system that chair Jerome Powell was upbeat about unemployment, He says the fat expects the rate to be 7.6% by the end of this year, better than the 9.3% forecast in June. Airlines

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European stocks fall, Dow futures slide 300 points as market reacts to Fed

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:28 sec | Last week

European stocks fall, Dow futures slide 300 points as market reacts to Fed

"Air dropping this morning along with US stock index futures after a Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell highlighted uncertainty about the economic rebound. They check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg SNP Futures down, 34 points down Futures down 251. NASDAQ futures down 96. FedEx and Germany's down about 7/10 Percent and your Treasury up for 30 seconds. He'll 300.68% yield on the two year 20.13% 9 extrude

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Fed Signals Three More Years of Near-Zero Interest Rates

WSJ What's News

04:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Fed Signals Three More Years of Near-Zero Interest Rates

"Fed is certainly looking toward a longer term recovery here even though as fed chair, Jerome Powell noted economic activity has picked up since the second quarter what can you tell us about the Fed's latest projections and the decision to hold rates near Zero until at least twenty twenty three. Sure. So this is a pretty remarkable forecast although not entirely surprising given the Fed's new framework that they announced. Recently, they basically said that they're going to keep rates lower for longer. Now, we know with a little bit more specificity that they see them staying near zero as you said, through twenty, twenty three, which is a. Really Long Time they're basically saying that an anticipated raising interest rates again until the unemployment rate is around four percent and an inflation is back up to two percent, which is a lot longer than than they waited during this past expansion in two thousand fifteen when the Fed raised rates unemployment was around five percent and inflation was just around one point three. So that basically means is they WANNA see the economy further along on the path to recovery almost back to you know to it someone call full hall or certainly wear closer to where it was before the pandemic hit before they start raising interest rates again. What are the projections for the remainder of this year? So they they've actually improved somewhat in they. Now project unemployment will average around seven to eight percent during the last three months of the year that's a bit lower from where they saw it in June when they projected about nine to ten percent So remember the unemployment rate hit a high in April of fourteen point seven and it was down to eight point four percent last month. So that's certainly a little bit better but I think that they are also trying to emphasize that the gains that we're seeing now. Or kind of the easy the low hanging fruit. If you will, you know kind of the quick bounceback that you get just from businesses that were closed reopening again but the risk is increasing that you know certain sectors are going to have a harder time coming back a longer recovery. So Powell has said many times that the Fed will use all the tools at can to support the recovery, which he noted has been uneven for Americans. What actions is the Fed planning to take to build on the steps it's already taken to help support the economic recovery especially on even one. Well it's an important question because heading into this crisis, you know a lot of folks were questioning whether the Fed really had enough tools to address a serious downturn and what we've seen so far is that the steps they've taken have been really effective especially the steps that they took in March when there was a lot of financial markets stress, they revamped some emergency credit facilities that they'd use in the last crisis that got. Credit flowing in kind of quality. Some of that volatility rates as we've discussed are very low they're going to stay near zero. They are purchasing making these long term asset purchases of government bonds, securities, and they're going to continue doing that for some some time there a little bit vague today about exactly how long they plan to do that. But that will that will help you know really we heard fed chair Powell say that. That the Fed, the Fed can lend to companies I mentioned another one they're doing they have the mainstream lending program although there hasn't been a lot of a lot of interest in that but they can't just give money directly to people that solely in the purview of Congress and so he reiterated again, we've heard him say this a number of times that what we're experiencing really probably will require more fiscal support more money from the Government to give to people not to just lend to them. But just to give them to help make these improvements that there's only so much. The Fed can really do right in the Fed to stay pretty apolitical here but Powell has noted the impact of the federal stimulus which we know another aid packages currently tied up on Capitol. Hill. But it seems like a pretty clear message that the Fed feels more federal aid is needed. Absolutely. I mean I think that when the economy is bad obviously right now you know there's a public health crisis. It's pretty clear the reasons for that but still to some extent I think we've seen. In past crises historically when things are not going while the Fed tends to get blamed and I'm not saying the federal Powell's comments are politically driven but I think he wants to remind people that that look. Yes. There's only so much. We can do I think there's pressure on the on the Fed there's always pressure on them when the economy is struggling to do more and and I think that smart of him to just remind people that there's another big player in economic policy and that in that if they're concerned enough people on the hill are concern especially about the direction of the economy. Then really they're the ones who also have to play a bigger role. If they want the Fed to do more, they're probably going to do need to do more as well.

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Federal Reserve sees rates near zero at least through 2023

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Federal Reserve sees rates near zero at least through 2023

"The federal reserve sees interest rates near zero at least through twenty twenty three fed chair Jerome Powell says there have been signs the economy is trying to get back to pre pandemic levels full economic recovery is unlikely until people are confident that it is safe to re engage in a broad range of activities he says it depends heavily on the ability to get control of the virus public input is suggested following the advice of public health professionals to keep appropriate social distances and to wear masks in public will help get the economy back to full strength Powell says with roughly eleven million people out of work he supports more spending by Congress to help the economy recover Congress is deadlocked on a new economic relief bill at Donahue Washington

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Fed Signals Interest Rates to Stay Near Zero Through ​2023

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fed Signals Interest Rates to Stay Near Zero Through ​2023

"Its benchmark short term interest rates unchanged. It nearly 0% where it has been since the Corona virus pandemic intensified in March 5th chair Jerome Pao. We now indicate that we expect it will be appropriate. To maintain the current 0 to 1 quarter percent target range for the federal funds rate. Until later market conditions have reached levels consistent with the committee's assessments of maximum employment. The central bank expects the right to stay there at least through 2023 because inflation is mostly fallen below its target of 2% in recent years that policy makers now will aim to achieve inflation moderately above 2% for some time, the Fed's moves are occurring against the backdrop of an improving yet still weak economy. Hillary Barsky The Fox news and this news brought to you

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Fed Signals Interest Rates to Stay Near Zero Through ​2023

Mark Blazor

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fed Signals Interest Rates to Stay Near Zero Through ​2023

"Meanwhile, the federal interest rate will continue to stay at roughly 2% for the foreseeable future. That's from Fed chair Jerome Powell today, who said a low interest rate is essential to help the economy recover from the devastation brought on by the cove in 19 crisis, Overall activity remains well below its level before the pandemic. And the path ahead remains highly uncertain.

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As Fed Meets, It May Need to Consider Unusual Options During Pandemic

WSJ What's News

04:07 min | 2 weeks ago

As Fed Meets, It May Need to Consider Unusual Options During Pandemic

"The Federal Reserve begins its two day meeting today. It's a chance for chair Jerome Powell to give his assessment as to where things stand with our economy and with the Central Bank can do in the future. The menu of options is unusual. Let's focus on what's most important to understand with our chief economics correspondent Nick Tim Rose Good Morning Nick Good Morning Mark. So Nick, we've seen the Fed lower interest rates now to near zero is the Fed. Running out of tools the answer is yes and no. If you look at what they normally do to spur recovery, they certainly don't have the same conventional toolkit that they have in the past and that is to Cut Short term interest rates they've cut interest rates as you said to near zero. So what tools do they have? Well, what they did after after the two thousand eight financial crisis is they can purchase assets government Treasury securities, mortgage backed securities, which they're doing right now they do that to try to drive down long term interest rates. The long term interest rates are already very low. So they still do have tools they can use, but it's possible that there were just reaching a point of diminishing returns with those post-crisis tools. So with those options on the table already being used, what could the chair do or suggest to try to jump start the economy even further Well, the Fed Chair, and a lot of Fed officials have been outspoken about government spending. So called fiscal policy and the reason for that is once you've already lowered interest rates attend your treasury yield is sitting around point seven percent and so when it's that cheap for the US government to borrow. Spending is much more likely to have an impact in terms of boosting demand. The other reason the Fed is more outspoken than they have been in the past about the need for government spending is that the nature of the current downturn is different from the past. So an economics textbook might say that when a downturn hits the Central Bank can. Stabilize the economy by lowering interest rates. This offsets declines spending on demand, but there's research showing that this stabilization tool isn't as effective in boosting spending when certain sectors of the economy aren't able to operate, and it's in those circumstances where if you can boost spending in those sectors or at least replace lost income even if you can't get people to travel. or to spend money in restaurants, then there's a better chance that you're going to limit the kind of the vicious circle of business owners who can't pay rent means their landlords have less money to maintain their staffs. All of those things can lead to layoffs that really don't have anything to do with containing the threat from the virus. This leads to my next question because the Fed just announced they want to see somewhat higher inflation than in the past and that seems a bit strange. Why would you want this to happen? That's right. The Fed doesn't really desire more or higher inflation as a goal in and of itself. But what they're concerned about is that when when households and businesses expect inflation to be lower inflation expectations are an important and the Fed things very important role determining what inflation actually is. So if you look at economies in Europe and Japan which are stuck with lower interest rates, lower inflation and lower growth, it can be a very difficult. Cycle to break to get people expect prices to be higher when they can see that prices are going up and so this isn't so much about boosting inflation. It's about keeping expectations from falling into that trap where you're constantly fighting against this, you're swimming upstream against the current of ever lower inflation expectations, and so the Fed is trying to reset how participants in the economy expect growth to be in the future to influence their decisions now. Chief economics correspondent Nick Tim Rose in Washington. Nick. Thanks for breaking this down for us. Thanks for having me marked.

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State trooper released from hospital after fiery crash in Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | Last month

State trooper released from hospital after fiery crash in Atlanta

"Involving involving a a Georgia Georgia State State patrol patrol car car Tuesday Tuesday in in northwest northwest Atlanta. Atlanta. The The trooper trooper injured injured in that wreck is out of the hospital. We're covering at home. He needed his head stitched up the patrol says. Sergeant Jerome Hilly, pursued a motorcycle racing over 100 MPH both crashed in Bolton Road. You're 2 85. Authorities ID'd the biker who is not yet in custody in county Commissioner Sudha

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Fed Chair Sets Stage for Longer Periods of Lower Rates

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:43 sec | Last month

Fed Chair Sets Stage for Longer Periods of Lower Rates

"Fed chair Jerome Powell has unveiled a new approach to setting US monetary policy. Federal let inflation and employment run higher. It's shift that will likely keep interest rates lower for longer. Fact for many years to come. Powell said that the Fed would seek inflation that averages 2% over time. That's a step that implies that prices would be allowed to overshoot after periods of weakness. That also adjusted its you a full employment to permit labour market gains to reach more workers in the U. S economy afterwards, the Treasury yield curve steep into the widest in two months. The long bond yield above 1.51%. And right now, the 10 year yield is at 76 basis points

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Fed's Elevation of Employment Goal Reflects a Changed World

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

Fed's Elevation of Employment Goal Reflects a Changed World

"Department says Just over one million people file claims for unemployment benefits last week it's assigned the Corona virus pandemic continues to threaten jobs. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is aware of the numbers. Revised statement emphasizes that maximum employment is a broad based and inclusive goal. This change reflects our appreciation for the benefits of a strong labor market, particularly for many in low and moderate income communities. Powell says The Fed plans to keep interest rates near zero even after inflation has exceeded the Fed's 2% target level.

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Fed sees interest rates staying near zero through 2022, GDP

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:21 min | Last month

Fed sees interest rates staying near zero through 2022, GDP

"Bloomberg is reporting that the Federal Reserve is likely to hold interest rates at zero. For five years. Now the Fed hasn't made this announcement yet. In fact, by the time you're hearing my voice maybe they may have made it maybe not I'm not sure. So it right now it's in this kind of limbo where lots of serious financial people are taking this as Gospel but we haven't heard the official announcement and you know this stuff leaks out. So here we are, but you know something I have to believe it. Because Jerome Powell is a fed chairman is like he's The let's it against the wall and see what sticks guy, right so I believe this I believe that they're going to try to signal to the market. Don't worry about anything. We're going to keep rates low near zero for five years. I believe this even if it doesn't turn out to be completely true like you know. One two, three, four, five years from now whatever. It's still it's the idea of believing that they intend this kind of signaling. Or something like it right and it's it's their way of throwing up their hands and saying. We really don't know what to do and you know something there's honesty in this we've talked about this before with the Fed actually talked about it with the European Central Bank and the Fed. And you know when remember we talked about Mario Draghi and he said back in with God it was twenty twelve or something. He said you know we'll do whatever it takes, and then he said I think it was twenty fourteen or sixteen or something whatever years ago he said don't worry you know negative interest rates will not collapse the financial system and we said it was Shakespearean Right. It's it's a kind of telegraphing of the truth it has more truth than the actual truth. It. Has More truth in it than if Draghi had said. This could result in a huge crash down the line but right now we don't know what else to do. And that's what this five year fed holding the interest rate near zero thing does. It's got more truth and more information in it. than. Than? At first blush.

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stocks mixed ahead of U.S. Fed chair's speech

WBBM Morning News

00:32 sec | Last month

stocks mixed ahead of U.S. Fed chair's speech

"Stocks moving a little bit better here today is a Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell rolled out an aggressive new strategy. To restore the adopted states to full employment and lift inflation back to healthier levels. Under the new approach, the Fed laid out a Goal at monetary policy strategy approved by all 17 of the Fed policymakers that the central bank will seek to achieve inflation, averaging 2% of her time, offsetting the negative reading right now. And to ensure employment doesn't fall short off its maximum level.

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Forging International Consensus About the Future of Intelligence - with Jerome Glenn

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:24 min | Last month

Forging International Consensus About the Future of Intelligence - with Jerome Glenn

"So Jerome got a lot to talk about here in terms of artificial intelligence governance, artificial general intelligence. The reason I think this conversation will be fun is because you've thought through some future scenarios with with very large organizations for many years. Very High Level and you've learned a lot in the process of what is the process for pulling together different stakeholders imagining, what will the future be? What should we do I? Mean very complicated. You go about it. Of course, one of the first things you do is you gotta find out the state of the art of whatever it is you know is there is, let's say five elements to it or ten elements, and you know was the state of the art on this element on this element, this element, this element. Now myself I won't know enough to do that. So we have a global network of networks sixty five nodes. Return Network himself within countries, and so I can say, here's where we are so far and they tell me what else ought to be considered. So there's so as global sort of a state of the art assessment finger. Yeah and then within that with take a look and say what questions were not asked the authorities have been asked. and. What questions were as but answered, superficial. That gives us questions to as in a Delphi study, which is a questionnaire goes around the world. And the results of that then becomes guts content to create draft scenarios. We send address narrows back out and everybody hasn't at Pat and presides over, and then we can say, okay, what do you do about this scenario? What did you do about it? You'll see a good action as well as scenarios this sort of a general approach So you talked about the Delphi study I actually recall you bringing this up the first time you and I chatted I don't remember who has five years ago or something wild like that. Speak briefly about wooded Delphi study is so I like finger on the pulse what are we missing? Pulling, those ideas together and then there's this kind of dispersion to generate even more. What is the Delphi study. Delphi questionnaire. Whose second round. Is. Determined by the results of the first round. And third round is determined by the results the second route. the reason for it was that there were generals and admirals and experts that don't always the same room with each other at the Rand Corporation.

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"jerome" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:03 min | Last month

"jerome" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Thought to the doctors at Walter Reed. But John Really really to hear you're doing better you. You're at UCLA during a pretty amazing time to say the least. Twitter what stood out there for going away party and you know those bowl against the Dayton. A year it's pretty good. It's time to be nasty during Seventies. Well, I love that I love that area. Hey, thank you for calling I. Hope You. Hope you continue to do well, really appreciate John. I'm an always great to have you on the program. Good afternoon. Good. Girl is good to hear Jerome. Call. I just love the energy to jerome brings to the table and and you know that they were in Tuscaloosa. When was that a couple years ago high yeah. Three years ago I was talking to tell that story earlier the daily show had a caller was you jerome Larry was it was that in? Films Taylor. Okay. Found you know. Found it to be a lot of fun. And when they were actually air in the show, but it didn't Arrow clip but they. They air the show that we can. It was about state of Alabama because they had different people all over the place I thought it was very complementary. You know. I I it was fun just watching Everyone. Do his thing I thought you Larry, we're going to come to blows at one point. You know if if Larry the reasons? Rome. Didn't tell us because Larry and Phyllis talked over him. You're right and same with me. They talked over me every time and and Larry How many times he tried to get up and put that sleeper hold on somebody. But the thing about it was he kept talking like he was thirty five years old kind of like a gym exclusive story and you had to sit there and you had to have certain way, and then he's creep up behind you and it took him two minutes to get his arms in position and I mean how long you go go wait for something like that. But I thought it was a Traveling Trevor Noah. The unedited video to play that? Would that would really be. A lot of fun and. Some. Kind Kinda jumped on me and squirrel a couple of months ago because we kind of downplayed some of the covert thing. Now, it seems like you're kind of what what gave you. The the the feeling that maybe some of this is being overplayed whatever now I, think some of it I I. Got I. got a new pair of glasses number one. And secondly, I think the fatigue from the history onyx. Rela and you know. It it. It's bearing out like we were talking about a couple of months ago and to the people who did this real serious but the majority of the people just it's it's something you go and you just get up and go about your life. Listen to you in the future on more pressing moments especially involving pandemics we are at a time. Thanks for being a part of the program has been an incredible week. All great coaches, lane yesterday, and coach Malzahn today we hope you have a safe weekend and we will do it again. On Monday..

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"jerome" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:35 min | Last month

"jerome" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Pass Out Bible. Jerome I'd Never Jerome Drove drome. I'd never asked anybody to do this because it's not socially acceptable but would you would you mind taking the mask off while you're talking? Your own I'm having fun with you where your sense of humor go. People. But it. Doesn't like you're talking with a mask on. Well you know I, probably have. ME. Well. Why? Do you really. Do. Me Six feet useless. You sleep with a mask on. Got Tired of. Listen I, read a article firebomb where they talk about the Corolla. Victim. Chicken ways you heard. I haven't got that far yet in my southern living. Day. Leave. Jesus Christ. All allowed to be victims chicken lane five all. They were come up with a careful if. You. Are you. Are you okay with this new Alabama schedule? Right now. I'm trying to survive I'm worried about lifestyle glove mass. If you find some LYSOL. Ed You're always to have you on. Miss you. We'll take a break a few more minutes to go on a Friday afternoon stick around..

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"jerome" Discussed on Pause

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08:00 min | 3 months ago

"jerome" Discussed on Pause

"Hello Maroney K. thank you so much for joining me today and taking some time to respond to the big questions to is sitting with as well as to share the big questions you yourself are sitting with. Before we jump into these big questions that I've now talked about three times. Could you. Please introduce yourself along with what you do. My name is Miranda Kerr allow. We call I'm the president and founder of the ribbon. Root Foundation, which uses arts for social change in particular to achieve health equity for people of African descent. Thank you for that. Introduction is so wonderful to have you here so just a few moments ago, we had the chance to hear from Jerome around the big questions. He's sitting with right now and his response to those questions. What is your take on his question of glare to our values, since come from? And how do we decide which values? We want to hold onto or not. I find that my value systems come from my childhood. I had this super collected childhood with parents who dabbled into many enterpreneurial endeavors in this vivacious, vibrant, chaotic, creative resourceful place called Liga's in Nigeria and I think most of the way I see the world things I value as important how I show up. Really comes from my childhood and. A lot of the experiences, I had grown up. And I think that it is very close to the surface, and I'm really quite conscious and aware of the fact that that particular world view is is really quite predominant in how I see the world what I think of as right and wrong. What I? Think of as important versus unimportant in how I evaluate people how I evaluate power how I see injustice injustice. I think is deeply rooted in the upbringing, and just in the acknowledgement of histories around colonization and the impact on the residual effect of that. till present day the fact that actually were in a new form of colonisation in many African countries so. And even here in Canada, so I think that that will views very very much from childhood. and a lot of that still influences the decisions I make today about my life. It definitely contributes to. What I question what I don't question what I would choose to keep and what I choose to let go off in my present reality. So now that we've heard from Rome around his questions and his response, and now your response to those questions I'd like to give you a chance to share the big questions that you yourself are sitting with. What question am I sitting with right now? In light of the pandemic and shifting, and how is the pandemic shifting the way I work or we work, so the thing about me is i. Am also a pharmacist and so. The truth is I actually have paused this entire time. In fact, the first three weeks of the pandemic were at its height, were really some of the most intense work hours I've had all year because everybody who wasn't at home was in the pharmacy, ordering toilet, paper and pop and. Medications an really stockpiling medications, so yeah I think my work hours might have quadrupled in the initial wave and height of pandemic and and I think that fit into what became my predominant question at the time. Was It really for me was an interesting experience watching the panic? Mealy because. I started questioning how my relationship with death. I think I've made peace with my mortality on what I was watching was. A lot of Fear around. Death in a way that I think. showcased. It was it was it was interesting to watch so? I understand and I end. There is a seriousness on gravity to covert and the need for self care and. Self preservation. And definitely. Sticking to the social distancing and the parameters around. Public Health and where I was watching was people. Acting out in fair to buy toilet paper. And way more pop than anyone needs in their life and stockpiling. On medications in way that ways that so we had. We had people into extremes, so there are people who just didn't care about anybody else's life. Who would? When they should clearly have been self isolating where showing up in the pharmacy, and then there was the other extreme of people who. Were going above and beyond to stockpile everything. They could get their hands on and. I write. They're just watching both ends wondering what's wrong with me? That I'm not doing well. Why am I know panicking to this extent, necessarily I think there were those some questioning around mortality and. And my value systems on my understanding and. Reconciliation, with the fact that one thing we all have in common is. Is Death. And how we never talk about it, and how much fear actually lives within that? For All of us. I think that that was a question or reflection. I definitely featured. A lot in in in height of the pandemic as I watched, people react to the pandemic. For now I think the bigger question I'm sitting with is. How Technology is going to interact with our health in really permanent way. So. There's the fact that we've now depended so heavily on technology as a way to connect with each other. But then there's also the fact that a lot of people's jobs are going. Be Been rendered obsolete, because this time of pause actually highlighted for many companies, the necessity or the. Lack of necessity of certain positions in their companies. And then there's the fact that technology companies now are the incentive to develop all these. Interesting innovative. WAYS AROUND COMMUNICATION And so I I just. I am left with a question of what does technology for health and impact look like in the coming years. As spurred on by the pandemic. Another big. Thank you to both of our guests of this. Is. Jerome and Modern K for sitting down with me and sharing and chatting about the big questions and reflections on their minds throughout this period.

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"jerome" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"jerome" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Surgeon General Jerome Jerome Adams told black people to lay off alcohol tobacco or drugs to prevent cold nineteen dead and then he said do offer big mama okay which means he has insinuated that black people are contracted over nineteen at a higher rate than other groups because of alcohol tobacco drugs a study has come out a new data steady has come out proving the Surgeon General Jerome Adams to be completely inaccurate he fell into a common narrative false narrative about black people the reason why black people are contracted over nineteen more is because they work we work in industries with a lot of people to people contact and also high labour intensity jobs food industry healthcare public transportation to name a few also there is a long standing systemic bias connected to healthcare affordable health care and the black community which has created an adverse impact as well in our community not because of alcohol tobacco drugs now if you would have said people American citizens should lay off the alcohol tobacco and drugs no problem with that comment whatsoever but when you decide to connect those three perceived negatives directly or so she added directly to the behavior of black people only in your speech I have a problem with that because now you're feeding into a false narrative but John said pointing this out this fact out to Jerome Adams and others is not helpful so we still have the heart on the line your hot I just got a couple of minutes going so basically so you're you're saying that when he had a news conference the only three things he said was drugs alcohol it was the third thing tobacco that's not the only three things he said I never said that that's what I'm saying is that that's the part of the speech that I have a problem with the order correct that's correct so the bottom line is and also when you see a big mama didn't save big mom in reference to just those three things we talk about the basing it on and the other things also yeah I don't really care about him saying big mom Sir I care about the fact that he said black people need to lay off alcohol tobacco and drugs to prevent cold nineteen deaths which justice is the clear scientifically he's an accurate so let's take out the racial element because it was racially insensitive and definitely a bias against black people and makes an assumption about alcohol tobacco drug use in the black community let's take that away for a moment and just look at the medical science the medical science is clear black people are not contracting call the nineteen more or diving cover ninety more because of complications with alcohol tobacco or drugs that is a scientific fact release based on the study this weekend hello thank you have a problem with the Surgeon General of the freaking country giving out false information medical information about black people I don't think the figure means system the system so he's in relationship to every American yes their proper statement for because anything like that can impact a respiratory functions and your mail system but when he specifically say if black people need to stop what he's the attorney what is the Surgeon General issues may of the United States of America his job is to talk to everybody why would allow black people to attribute black people only because the topic had become how this disease affect black people come tell the truth from the famous black people the wait Sir then he tells the truth health care disparities public transportation health care workers service industry and the lack of affordable health care those are the contributing factors and I would expect more out of the region Surgeon General of the United States you should do rather the bottom line is all the systematic racism Paul it's not going to get us through these next six months the conversation should be on the behavior patterns annex that are all black yeah but that's part of behavior Sir systematic racism is behavior must so if you're telling me that behavior is part of it did you can't eliminate the behavior of racism the behavior of systemic prejudice and bias that's the behavior as well contributing to the demise of black people during the call the nineteen response and I health care disparities that is a true true true you're not going to follow that in the next six would you solve it tell me what where'd you bought damn thing pretty sure to call okay god have a good day no no no no is your shot my name is your shop some of the latest call me six retainer white one zero four eight nine two two seven zero three they get in a conversation you getting reel to reels manta ray the other suburbs morning.

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"jerome" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

11:46 min | 6 months ago

"jerome" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"I met a man in the Strand one day that I knew very well. I thought though I had not seen him for years we walked together to charring cross and there. We SHOOK HANDS IN PART IN NEXT MORNING. I spoke of this meeting to a mutual friend and then I learned for the first time that the man had died six months before the natural inference was that I admit stake in one man for another an air that not having a good memory for faces. I frequently fall into what was remarkable about the matter. However was that throughout our walk ahead conversed with the man under the impression that he was the dead man and whether by coincidence or not his replies had never once suggested to me my mistake as soon as I finish Jebson who had been listening. Very thoughtfully asked me if I believed in spiritualism to its fullest extent. That has a rather large question. I answered what do you mean by spiritualism to its fullest extent. Well do you believe that spirits of dead have not only the power of revisiting this earth at their will but that win here? They have the power of action or rather of exciting to action. Let me put a definite case. A spiritual is friend of mine. A sensible and by no means imaginative. Man Once told me that a table through the medium of which the spirit of a friend had been in the habit of communicating with him came slowly across the room towards him of its own accord on night as he sat alone in. Pinon him against the wall. Now Kennedy of you believe that war can't you? I could Brown took it upon himself to reply but before doing so. I should wish for an introduction to the friend who told you the story speaking. Generally he continued. It seems to me the difference between what we call. The natural and supernatural is merely the difference between frequency and rarity of occurrence having regard to the phenomena. We are compelled to admit I think it illogical to disbelieve anything. We are unable to disprove for my part remarked. Meghan Shaughnessy I can believe in the ability of our spirit friends to give the quaint entertainments credited to them much easier than I can in their desire to do so you maintain at a Jefferson that you cannot understand why a spirit not compelled as we are by. The exigencies of society should care to spend its evenings carrying on a labored childish conversation with a room full of bad normally uninteresting. People that is precisely what I cannot understand mckesson. He agreed nor I either said Jepson but I was thinking of something very different altogether. Suppose a man died with the dearest wish of his heart unfo- Phil. Do you believe that his spirit might have the power to return to Earth? Incomplete the uninterrupted work. Well answered Shaughnessy if Horn amidst the possibility of spirits retaining any interest in the affairs of this world at all it is certainly more reasonable to imagine them engaged on a task such as you suggest then to believe that they occupy themselves with the performance of Mir drawing room tricks. But what are you leading up to why to this replied? Jepson saving himself straddled across his chair and leaning his arms upon the back. I was told the story this morning at the hospital by an old French doctor. The actual facts are few and simple. All that is known can be read. Indie Paris police records of sixty two years ago. The most important part of the case however is the part that is not known and that will never be known. The story begins of the great wrong done by one man onto another man. What the wrong was I do not know I am inclined to think however it was connected with a woman I think that because he who has been wrong hated him who had wronged him with a hate. Such as does not often burn in a man's brain unless it is spanned by the memory of a woman's breath still that is only conjecture and the point is immaterial. The man who had done the wrong fled and the other man followed him. It became a point to point race. The first man having the advantage of a day start the course was the whole world and the stakes were the first man's life. Travelers were few and far between in those days and this made the trail easy to follow the first man never knowing how far or how near the other was behind him and hoping now and again and he might have baffled him would rest for a while the second man knowing always just how far the first one was before him never paused and thus each day the man who was spurred by hate June nearer to the man who has spurred by fear at this town the answer to the never vary question would be at seven o'clock last evening masseur seven eighteen hours. Give me something to eat quake. While the horses are being put to. At the Knicks calculation would be sixteen hours passing a lonely shall. A monster puts his head out of the window. How long such a carriage pass this way with a tall fair man inside? Such one passed early this morning issuer. Thanks Dr on one hundred francs apiece if you are through the pass before daybreak and what for dead or says Missouri twice their value in one day. The man who was ridden by fear looked up in sub forum the open door of a cathedral and passing in knelt down and prayed he prayed long and fervently for men when they are in Sore Straits clutch eagerly to the straws of faith. He prayed that he might be forgiven. Is Sin and more important still that he might be pardoned the consequences of his sin and be delivered from his adversary and a few chairs from him facing him knelt his enemy praying also but the second man's prayer being a Thanksgiving merely was short. So that when the first man raise designees he saw the face of his enemy gazing at him across the chair tops where the mocking smile upon it. He made no attempt to rise but remained kneeling fascinated by the look of joy. Shown out of the other man's eyes and the other man move the high back chairs one by one and came towards him softly just then as the man who had been wronged stood beside the man who had wronged him full of gladness at his opportunity had come there. Bursts from the Cathedral Tower a sudden clash a bells and the man who's opportunity had come broke his heart and fell back dead but the mocking smile still playing round his mouth so he laid there then the man who had done the raw rhodes up and passed out praising God what became of the body of the other man is not known it was the body of a stranger who had died suddenly in the cathedral there was none to identify it none to claim it years passed away in the survivor and the tragedy became a worthy and useful citizen. A noted man of science in his laboratory were many objects necessary to him in his researches and prominent among them stood in a certain corner a human skeleton. It was a very old and much mended skeleton. In one day the long expected end arrived and it tumbled to pieces thus it became necessary to purchase another. The man of science visited a dealer. He well knew a little parchment faced old man who kept a dingy shop where nothing was ever sold within the shadow of the towers of Notre Dom though little parchment faced old man had just the very that menteur wanted a singularly fine. Well PROPORTIONED STUDY. It should be sat round and set up and mentors laboratory that vary afternoon. The dealer was as good as his word win. Monsour entered his laboratory that evening. The thing was in its place. Menteur seated himself in his high backed chair and tried to collect his thoughts but menteurs thoughts were unruly an incline. To wonder and to wonder always in one direction Montour opened a large volume and commenced to read he read of a man who had wronged another and fled from him. The other man following finding himself reading this he closed the book angrily and went and stood by the window and looked out he saw before him. The Sun Pierced Nave of a great cathedral on the stones lay a dead man with a mocking smile upon his space cursing himself for a fool. He turned away with a laugh but as laugh for short lived for it seemed to him that something else in the room was laughing. Also struck suddenly still with his feet glued to the ground he stood listening for a while then sought was starting is the corner from where the sounded seemed to come but the white thing standing there was only grinning on sewer. Wipe the damp sweat from his head and hands and stole out for a couple of days. He did not enter the room again on the third telling himself that his fears were those of a hysterical girl. He opened the door and went in to shame himself. He took his lamp in his hand and crossing over to the far corner with a skeleton stood examined a set of bones bought for three hundred francs. Was He a child to be scared of such a boogie. He held his lamp up in front of the things grinning..

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"jerome" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

09:08 min | 7 months ago

"jerome" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the catch roundtable. Try and catch the TVS here Sunday morning. What a mess. The world is in well. One of our friends of famous commentator investigative journalist and has written over twenty books in the last fifteen years has a new book and the day. The book is the deep coup-d'etat exposing the deep state reason and the plan to reelect president trump And we have jerome cost here with us. Good morning how are you? I'm doing great John to be with you. Thank you tell us about your new book. I mean I it just seems that deep down inside everybody knows we will put through two or three years of lies. You tell us what you have discovered well my new book coup day ties really explaining that this entire Russian collusion investigation A game was aimed at removing. Donald Trump from the presidency person was aimed at denying him the presidency and it was a fabricated plot. There was no Russian collusion. We found that out when Robert Mueller reported that and about a year ago around Saint Patrick's Day in two thousand nineteen. And I think I'm the only one who spent twenty hours with millers investigators they WANNA do indict me for lying. 'cause THEY THEY THOUGHT. I could connect Roger Stone and president trump to Julian assange at wikileaks. I it didn't happen. I could do it. I refuse to take their plea deal and I never got indicted and now. I'm coming back with a bull KHUDA. Tom Explaining chapter and Verse House. The the Mueller team worked with Komi and all the other Obama and Clinton operatives the Department of Justice and the FBI to Concoct this a lie that Donald Trump had won the election by stealing the Democrats emails and getting them to wikileaks to release to the public in other. That happen all the Donald Trump did not work with the Russians and no proof of that has come about so we have within the Department of Justice the FBI still there. A group of operatives like the left is operatives loyal to Hillary Clinton Than Barack Obama who weaponized our justice system to use for political goals to criminalise politics and I wrote kudos todd to expose them to bring them to justice. They are the criminals. It's finally sinking into commonsense Americans. What the truth is I think so John. I mean I think it'll be all take through the remainder of this year on. Daw where people have got to realize is that we're going from one crisis to another. I mean the Democrats just last month. We're concocting this Ukraine collusion theory. And you can. We have a Senate trial for impeachment now with Corona virus which is the crisis of the of the day. I guess it's hard even to remember that. The Senate trial happened in February. But it did it again. Donald trump escaped it and I think Donald Trump who also escaped this corona virus crisis. But the books writing I mean I it. Things are moving so fast. It's hard even to keep up with books. I mean this book I think is extremely important. Maybe the most important book I've ever written coup d'etat and exposes the fact that we've got a weaponized criminal justice department as aimed at punishing us for conservative or Christian politics and it's extremely dangerous but then of course corona virus comes on and it's extremely dangerous to so we're facing crisis after crisis right now and I've never lived through period like this in my lifetime. If you talk Kuroda virus you know people say the normal flu forty thousand people die a year well to me. Forty thousand people divided by fifty two weeks. That's almost eight hundred people a week. We've only had thirty. You know I hate to say the word. Only we've had thirty. That's from the corona virus and they shut down. All the United States is shut down the theaters. They shut down the sports events etc etc. How many people have died from regular flu? Well John. How many people can we a hundred people a day or dying on the Highway? And we don't stop driving cars. I mean I think the mainstream media then take. Msnbc THE CNN and they've decided this is a way they can maybe. Russia Gate didn't work. Maybe Ukraine Gate didn't work. Well now we're going to have virus gate and maybe virus gate will get rid of all trump. I mean I think the viruses a serious virus and ESPN taken seriously. But it doesn't mean to be a panic I mean it appears to be that over ninety percent of the people get this virus are going to survive and you know. I think we've got to take it very seriously. And I'm actually pleased that the president is ramping up our medical services. Because if this that we've had a series of these viruses we've had the mayors and the SARS of the Nile flu and then we had the Swine flu which vomited not take very seriously and we have got to be prepared for having a rapid response. Emergency medical care system that can kick into gear to do it. We're doing isolate the cases and up provided rapid response for Treatments and vaccines. And so I think the drill is an important drill but I think it's out of relationship to the degree of this particular threat. I think corona virus will subside naturally on its own through the course of the summer when flu season is fully done with and by fall. We're going to be having vaccines on the scene. I mean all already been reporting on in touch with a number of companies who are rapidly understanding Corona virus that are moving to treated and lead to provide vaccines. But there'll be another one right behind it. What I'm trying to warn people on. Is that the mainstream media is creating crises right now and is working to destroy president trump. And we've gotTA stop that The hard left globalist. You know the biggest threat to the globalist right now is that. I think we've finally expose the folly of producing all of our supply chain parts that are pharmaceuticals in China. We can't rely on China. President trump is right on. He can't have eighty five percent of antibiotics baited China. Because if they cut us off what happens and the Chinese government is communist it's Atallah Carrion may be willing to let its own people die with this virus and it seems to be most severe in China. It's severe Italy because a lot of the leather and closing plants up about round. Milan have been sold to the Chinese. Chinese workers are working there now today. So you know you got a direct tie between Milan. And we'll hod. You see the socialist countries in the EU or not. GonNa do well with this virus because they're being inundated from refugees out of the Middle East and then socialist states which they are they have a pro Ching Third World Health Systems under nationalized medicine. Fortunately the topic of medicine they CA- people can't get the right treatment. In Europe and president trump did the right thing closing off Europe from from the United States because You know his. We'll take your sick. We can handle the virus. If we limit the border costings and this again is the southern border at our legal immigration from the south is still wide open but the point is to control a health. Emergency like a virus epidemic. You've got to close the borders. So you don't get people coming in who are sick you've gotta isolate and find the people are sick and put them in quarantine the CDC does find out who they've been in touch with and go get those people in isolation you know this can be contained. And we're into a massive containment effort. I think it will work. But one of the problems is we still get a lot of our medical supplies and our our pharmaceuticals from China. And everything we're China's GonNa shut down right now including the supply chain and that's a big impact on our economy. President trump is on the right track. And he's been on the right track or the beginning with Barracuda I and the global hate it and I'm sorry but Euro Adler seconds left. Tell the people of the book began and where they combined came out much third. I understand your Khuda ties. The book and it's about exposing the deep state traders and reelecting president trump. It's on Amazon in the bookstores Jerome Corsi Oh ours. I KHUDA UTAH. I really encourage people to go read it. It's a very important book jerome. Thank you so much for coming out. Showed US Sunday morning. And we'll catch up with you again. Real always a great pleasure. John Thank you very much. This is the catch roundtable. Be Right back..

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"jerome" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"Power has been holding down for a long time. Snowfall is gaining new fans. Every single week and people are starting to ask you about these people are starting to ask the question question was better power snowfall man you. I'm sure you've seen power before they use the big cameras. Did it used to be you say Dan Black Game of thrones. That's why won't game game mccrone. Oh game of thrones to ask the show. We bet in that way at the show hey everybody talked about so you saying fuck power y'all belly out of bed all better than game thrown snowfall better than game of thrones game it through you love snowfall. Aw Shit good has been good for your career. It's been good for drowsy booking. I'm asking you dog because I I'm. I'm asking can you. How has your life changed since snowfall has been on Jane hasn't changed at all. Get up with sane draws wash mass same way. Put it onto. Look Loan Shit right so you get up with the same draws on how many days in a row if I don't get out the house then that might keep saying damn draws couldn't later the guy bullets serious I m and Wash Day and a half day and a half and all right yeah so do so now that you a celebrity and people know who you are. Do people come up to you and want to get your autograph. WanNa take pictures which you want to sit penny which you want to smoke a cigarette you how does that go. I don't know about that. What I do know is that perhaps I might remind you of somebody right. Somebody grew up. I'm telling you know you remind me of several people that roadway yeah so. Does your mom my uncle David. Okay remind me and my uncle mark is basically you. Would have you know they all went to jail basically did they love love. What is alive. They can't yeah they alive. In a way you know the age took their toll but but I love those brothers but you remind me of them 'cause why even a Jerry Curl and chain and Nevada and the Newport's is very familiar and that's the thing who is very familiar now for your curl. What type of activated do you use or he's going into the bag. He's going to the back Jack Shit. Nobody hitting missing. Why Listen We got some witchcraft. I doused witchcraft. Look look why she got some witchcraft. Hey Bay but drone drone look what happens. Look look goes on my podcast. You spill something and a white boy goes you spill something something you spill something wrong and a whitewash it is. I want the whole repeal podcast and no as soon as jerome spilled his Hennessy watch assist watch a white man. Come clean come clean it up. Come Clean Out God damn it look at that clean up after the Jerome Saint give it up with a good Mississippi John. Clean it up luminosity. I'm not gonNA Volvo. No listen but you know what you do. Bring something up you you. It is very familiar character. We all know the boisterous uncle a cousin of big brother. That will be handling business out there. That was kind of like a protected Kinda like this. Do you draw inspiration. Well not you because you are actually drawn saying but let's just say an actor was portraying you. Do you think that those are the guys at that actor would draw inspiration from in autocraft that character you think. Bush would draw inspiration from you to play me is what you ask them it. I'm doing my best. Yes so you think a person would draw inspiration from someone like you have. I'm dreamin right now. This ain't me being me but if I wake up it's me trying trying to play me if you were somebody else and they were trying to play you. Would that person draw inspiration from you to play you. The it is the smart answer yes. That's a smart answer. Crystal classroom say right there. What do you want to life. What are you what what what. What do you want. You say you got you got you woman. I'm living you got your freedom. What what what's what's the big picture plan for saying like what are you.

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"jerome" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

16:35 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"Welcome to the president's inbox a see if our podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the united states. I'm jim linsay. Intake director studies at the council on foreign relations. This week's topic is the protests in hong kong mm-hmm with me this week to discuss. The ongoing turmoil in hong kong is jerome cohen. Jerry is an adjunct senior. Fellow aloe for asia studies here at c. afar in an expert on law in east asia. He is the co director of the u._s. Asia law institute at new york the university where he has been a professor of law since one thousand nine hundred ninety jerry. Thanks for joining me all right jim carey. Maybe can sort of help us understand dean what these protests are about the ba- going on for about three months now. Why did they happen. Protests really have a background. That goes very very far. There was a major protests the so-called umbrella protests in two thousand fourteen and the pot has been simmering. Ah if not boiling ever since this april the hong kong government quietly almost surreptitiously tried to introduce a bill into the legislature of the city that would allow the extradition of people in hong kong actress interest tongue congress anybody passing through hong kong to china with very minimal protections against the extradition decision and extra addition to china ever criminal justice. Almost everybody in hong kong knows with the terrible fate for anyone. The justice system estimate and china has made only reverse progress. You might say the last seven years under xi jinping. There has never been under the communist the regime to process of law fair trial fair punishment. There's been a great deal of torture coerced. Concessions china has is passed some good legislation. They ate so progress in practice but not much and nobody would want to be subjected to a criminal trial in china and yet that's what the hunk extra addition proposal was going new make happen and that's what initiated widespread protests people wanted to get rid of that build. It's too much of a threat to anybody passing through hong kong including me. Let me ask you about that because a and for a lot of people outside of asia focusing on this story what they know is that nine hundred ninety seven britain returned hong uncon- to china so that me raise the question for many people why we even have an extradition issue at all is in hong kong part of china hung-kang became a part of china in nineteen ninety seven as a result of a nineteen eighty four international treaty between the united i- kingdom and the people's republic of china it was called a joint declaration and it provided many protections and promises concerning serving the future of hong kong for the fifty years following nineteen ninety seven there were no promises after twenty forty seven under that in nineteen ninety the beijing government an active law called the basic law for hong kong which many people have subsequently quickly called hong kong's mini constitution and in that basic purported to implement the understandings in the joint declaration nineteen ninety seven the handover actually occurred and ever since then the one country two systems formula that was initiated by deng xiao ping originally designed to temp i want back to the motherland had to be implemented. It promised great autonomy autonomy for the people of hong kong who could be self governing with some exceptions for foreign affairs for example well ever since then then for twenty two years we have seen efforts to implement one country two systems and in recent years disappointment has increased komo large segments of the hong kong community. They have not been allowed freely to elect their chief executive of a small group. What does that under beijing supervision. They can own the elect half of their legislature. They cannot really appoint people of major significance in their government. Many of the elected members of the legislature now six of them have been denied their seats through through the use of legal techniques vindicated by the courts so in many respects you've seen disappointment and there have been previous attempts but the hong kong government and the people's republic in two thousand three for example to enact very tight national security laws in hung up uh that would severely restrict freedom of speech so you have a continuing struggle to implement the promises made in and the joint declaration of nineteen eighty four and the basic law nineteen ninety and you have continuing efforts by the hong kong on government under pressure from the p._r. C. to provide further restrictions in addition you have social tensions in hong kong. Housing crisis isis problems with jobs. Young people don't see a great economic future and yet few of them are attracted to go work in the mainland despite despite mainland efforts to attract them so many young people especially educated people in hong kong have become increasingly restless and this this is the background social inequity huge gap between rich and poor in hong kong so there's a lot of tension and this tension helps if you'll ooh the unrest and the extradition bill triggered it was like the spark that starts purry fire to use chairman mouse metaphor four and the problem is as fourteen weeks of protest have unraveled. You have increasing demands. The first demand was just get rid of the extradition bill. The second was the chief executive carrie. Lam should resign the third was because there was inevitably probably a police violence against many of the protesters which stimulate counterviolence a demand for an independent investigation of of police misconduct in handling the protesters and the demands increased this prosecutions began to get some of the protesters and democratic leaders. The people wanted promises that they would be granted amnesty and there would be no further prosecutions and they want lenient punishments for those super ready been punished and finally of course people come back to the original that man that goes back years we want to be able to freely really elect our chief executive and that's why i think beijing doesn't what carrie lam to resign if she resigns in response to demands dance for her resignation she has to be replaced but who will replace her. There's a lot of contention very few people are eager to take this job up and she would have to be replaced by the very process that people are protesting against the selection of the chief executive by only twelve hundred the people who are pro establishment pro-beijing people so we have a formula here for the perfect store especially october over i it's coming along and that's the seventieth anniversary of the establishment of the people's republic and beijing is planning a great celebration the big military parade and it doesn't want that parade rainbow by a couple of million people in the streets calling for freedom in hong kong. So where do you think we're headed jerry given that a substantial portion of the hong kong population has joined the protests. I've seen numbers as high as two two point five million people in the city of seven point five million people but as you note the demands they're making are very hard for beijing into except there has got to be a more positive response from the hong kong government and the beijing central government government right now that dominant reaction to today's withdrawal of the extradition bill is that would have been great. Three months looks like oh. It's too little too late and carry them has refused even today to appoint an independent commission to investigate estimate the increasing police violence against the protesters and we should have of course independent citizens investigation nation including violence by some of the protesters right now. There's a crisis among the protesters. Most of them don't want pilots but younger very active group. That believes that previous peaceful protests were unsuccessful indicates through their behavior. They believe relief islets is the only thing that will bring significant reform and hong kong and they're determined to in folks that violence it. Let's even at the risk of bringing in the paramilitary people across the boundary with shenzhen who were just waiting to be ordered hurt and i think it's very important now for the community to resort to continuing peaceful protests and put pressure uh on these radical young people to halt at least for now and give the government further chance to respond but if the government remains uh of your it i think the violence is going to get worse and this is a struggle by people who were twenty years and younger including fourteen fourteen year olds in hong kong high school kids as well as universities they see this is the chance for free future and if they don't see is it now even at the risk of their lives and burning hong kong to the ground. They're gonna regret it. The rest of their lives they're citing the example of people little in the ukraine and people in previous struggles against the chinese communist soviet cognis so this is more radical group group then jonathan walk who's already at the advanced age of twenty two looking like almost voice of the past and trying to ride herd on this protest and certainly the people in their forties in hong kong. We're much more moderate are concerned that the protesters however well well meaning they are can go too far. This wouldn't be the first time i remembered in nineteen eighty seven. I was on ted koppel's show and he asked asked what did i think about the protests. Young people have china. We're engaging in and i said it's wonderful for democracy in the streets unless the call results in an end to democracy and of course that began further repression that nineteen eighty nine led to the ouster of jones a young and to the terrible june fourth mass slaughter so we have to steer between scylla and corrupt this. We need the public peaceful demand for change in hong kong. It's come to a boil that we can't allow it to get out of control jerry whether beijing softening its approach which to the hong kong issue. I saw that <hes> president she gave a speech in which he spoke about how oh he needs to adhere to history plan but he's open to changing his tactics. Does that signal a different approach ping is now on his back foot. He's in difficulty his speech that you referred to have a tone very different from others. He's made earlier in the year. He's becoming increasingly defensive. Hong kong is very serious his problem <hes> he finally recognized that as an area of great struggle and very complicated question but it's far from his only problem well. He has many difficulties. I've been saying for the last four years that he's like a cat on a hot tin roof and most people don't realize how insecure and fragile his control of china has become that's why he's been tightening things so much in the last few years politically and militarily terribly and repressing the people more than ever the xinjiang propped repression that the muslim weaker and kazakh people has now become world scandal. You can't lock up one to two million people with very little excuse for such enormous deprivation of freedom you can't gaffed deprive eleven million other muslims in that area of their daily life and try to transform them into hunt people without the world beginning getting to notice and he's got trump and the enormous pressures that the u._s. has brought to bear through the trade investment technology transfer a financial struggle. That's underway and these things are interlocked. Then you've got the south china sea question where the pot continues to boil an and america trying to pull together allies in south east asia australia to contain chinese influence. He's got so many social problems salem's home including environment climate control tremendous problems still in equity among poorer classes and many people people who've become very rich and china corruption despite his campaign <hes> has not been really curbed and many people see the corruption option campaign as a vehicle for suppressing political opponents including people who challenge the riches acquired by his family and other top the leaders so he's got so many problems going and now he's adopting the tone that sounds very defensive and i hope that will elite some change. He seems to be a very determined. If not stubborn high risk taker who is ignored the advice of his father author who was a great leader colleague bows until he split with mau mau exiled him for sixteen years but when the father was allowed to return after most deaf he said the communist party will never succeed in china without allowing differences of opinion differences of opinion among the leadership and the party and also among the masses and although xi jinping reveres his father he doesn't listen to his advice xi jinping jinping now praise confucius after the communist ridiculed it was futile for decades but confucius main advice was one should respect respect the wisdom of one's parents especially once father so this is a man in trouble pick and although he has now since last year allowed himself the possibility of eternal leadership as long as he lives he may not last very long because the crises are accumulating in hong kong on could be the one that gives him the most trouble because it's the area where the world is beginning to see the difference between freedom and repression jerry. You caught my attention by describing president she as a high risk individual given.

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"jerome" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jerome" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"jerome" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Jerome wanted to get in on this one jerome have you seen anything crazy on the roadways i'm seeing them pull out yeah the slow down for him now i mean it's not all the time but the cops aren't the greatest of drivers you're saying where you're at over in illinois times like you're going to be very careful with your wording and that's why i said illinois right right right cover both of our high in east and i've seen them on cell phones and we're not supposed to be on illinois now lou to so so no not at all i remember my adolescence i was in my youth you know cousin vinnie and we were going down the road more shining me my dad remember other and we were going to go to my grandma's i don't know if the saturday so we're gonna moldy yard or whatever she as a vehicle inside the truck and we thought we were going to give to whoever would was because they may need help with the radical maybe he died or whatever well then shifted needed they had everything didn't care of of the couple they were calling to see if you stopped and you surprised them what we just kind of went on like i they really noticed it i think the might have nobody live by your brother went woohoo.

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"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Joe arpaio mm more expensive and jobs not paying for the skin so provides anymore that is jerome powell whose 35 and works none of the fed but at johns hopkins baltimore even though he does computers he works in it he's getting a lot of questions about the economy these days yeah oh got really with a victory for nominated your guy my buddy canyon village all vietnamese boat worked from trump going gonna be like economist we also talked to jay powell forty one who lives in boone north carolina he does business consulting for the video game industry i mean i just don't you know from a job market perspective were back on solid ground you know i still have a lotta friends so highly educated somali elders and there have until tom's doing jobs to me it's one of those i'll rather hell no extra money going somewhere else instead on you know raising interest rates staying with interest rates here's jerome powell in chicago he's a fortyseven 47yearold automotive sales manager people are still buying but we are complaining at the uh guess 'cause they're so used to seeing liu one percent two percent now is right for going up three and four percent there's a low shocker to them uh i'm still looking over my shoulder at the superheated stock market and and actually even twisting around now on the stock market because some of the things that were put in place the doddfrank and all these other attempts at protections which weren't even enough and i think it's just leaving us vulnerable to yet another disaster that's san diego jay powell seventy two who works on bringing solar power to load a middle income people meanwhile in nashville jurong powell thirty four is a pharmacy technician and to make ends meet he's a parttime bartender been under noticed someone like and then work almost seven days a week but that al day so it's no topical your kids i couldn't handle interest rates and going up any i know what they are right now.

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"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Joe arpaio mm more expensive and jobs not paying for the skin so provides anymore that is jerome powell whose 35 and works none of the fed but at johns hopkins baltimore even though he does computers he works in it he's getting a lot of questions about the economy these days yeah oh got really with a victory for nominated your guy my buddy canyon village all vietnamese boat worked from trump going gonna be like economist we also talked to jay powell forty one who lives in boone north carolina he does business consulting for the video game industry i mean i just don't you know from a job market perspective were back on solid ground you know i still have a lotta friends so highly educated somali elders and there have until tom's doing jobs to me it's one of those i'll rather hell no extra money going somewhere else instead on you know raising interest rates staying with interest rates here's jerome powell in chicago he's a fortyseven 47yearold automotive sales manager people are still buying but we are complaining at the uh guess 'cause they're so used to seeing liu one percent two percent now is right for going up three and four percent there's a low shocker to them uh i'm still looking over my shoulder at the superheated stock market and and actually even twisting around now on the stock market because some of the things that were put in place the doddfrank and all these other attempts at protections which weren't even enough and i think it's just leaving us vulnerable to yet another disaster that's san diego jay powell seventy two who works on bringing solar power to load a middle income people meanwhile in nashville jurong powell thirty four is a pharmacy technician and to make ends meet he's a parttime bartender been under noticed someone like and then work almost seven days a week but that al day so it's no topical your kids i couldn't handle interest rates and going up any i know what they are right now.

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"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Joe arpaio mm more expensive and jobs not paying for the skin so provides anymore that is jerome powell whose 35 and works none of the fed but at johns hopkins baltimore even though he does computers he works in it he's getting a lot of questions about the economy these days yeah oh got really with a victory for nominated your guy my buddy canyon village all vietnamese boat worked from trump going gonna be like economist we also talked to jay powell forty one who lives in boone north carolina he does business consulting for the video game industry i mean i just don't you know from a job market perspective were back on solid ground you know i still have a lotta friends so highly educated somali elders and there have until tom's doing jobs to me it's one of those i'll rather hell no extra money going somewhere else instead on you know raising interest rates staying with interest rates here's jerome powell in chicago he's a fortyseven 47yearold automotive sales manager people are still buying but we are complaining at the uh guess 'cause they're so used to seeing liu one percent two percent now is right for going up three and four percent there's a low shocker to them uh i'm still looking over my shoulder at the superheated stock market and and actually even twisting around now on the stock market because some of the things that were put in place the doddfrank and all these other attempts at protections which weren't even enough and i think it's just leaving us vulnerable to yet another disaster that's san diego jay powell seventy two who works on bringing solar power to load a middle income people meanwhile in nashville jurong powell thirty four is a pharmacy technician and to make ends meet he's a parttime bartender been under noticed someone like and then work almost seven days a week but that al day so it's no topical your kids i couldn't handle interest rates and going up any i know what they are right now.

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"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Joe arpaio mm more expensive and jobs not paying for the skin so provides anymore that is jerome powell whose 35 and works none of the fed but at johns hopkins baltimore even though he does computers he works in it he's getting a lot of questions about the economy these days yeah oh got really with a victory for nominated your guy my buddy canyon village all vietnamese boat worked from trump going gonna be like economist we also talked to jay powell forty one who lives in boone north carolina he does business consulting for the video game industry i mean i just don't you know from a job market perspective were back on solid ground you know i still have a lotta friends so highly educated somali elders and there have until tom's doing jobs to me it's one of those i'll rather hell no extra money going somewhere else instead on you know raising interest rates staying with interest rates here's jerome powell in chicago he's a fortyseven 47yearold automotive sales manager people are still buying but we are complaining at the uh guess 'cause they're so used to seeing liu one percent two percent now is right for going up three and four percent there's a low shocker to them uh i'm still looking over my shoulder at the superheated stock market and and actually even twisting around now on the stock market because some of the things that were put in place the doddfrank and all these other attempts at protections which weren't even enough and i think it's just leaving us vulnerable to yet another disaster that's san diego jay powell seventy two who works on bringing solar power to load a middle income people meanwhile in nashville jurong powell thirty four is a pharmacy technician and to make ends meet he's a parttime bartender been under noticed someone like and then work almost seven days a week but that al day so it's no topical your kids i couldn't handle interest rates and going up any i know what they are right now.

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"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Joe arpaio mm more expensive and jobs not paying for the skin so provides anymore that is jerome powell whose 35 and works none of the fed but at johns hopkins baltimore even though he does computers he works in it he's getting a lot of questions about the economy these days yeah oh got really with a victory for nominated your guy my buddy canyon village all vietnamese boat worked from trump going gonna be like economist we also talked to jay powell forty one who lives in boone north carolina he does business consulting for the video game industry i mean i just don't you know from a job market perspective were back on solid ground you know i still have a lotta friends so highly educated somali elders and there have until tom's doing jobs to me it's one of those i'll rather hell no extra money going somewhere else instead on you know raising interest rates staying with interest rates here's jerome powell in chicago he's a fortyseven 47yearold automotive sales manager people are still buying but we are complaining at the uh guess 'cause they're so used to seeing liu one percent two percent now is right for going up three and four percent there's a low shocker to them uh i'm still looking over my shoulder at the superheated stock market and and actually even twisting around now on the stock market because some of the things that were put in place the doddfrank and all these other attempts at protections which weren't even enough and i think it's just leaving us vulnerable to yet another disaster that's san diego jay powell seventy two who works on bringing solar power to load a middle income people meanwhile in nashville jurong powell thirty four is a pharmacy technician and to make ends meet he's a parttime bartender been under noticed someone like and then work almost seven days a week but that al day so it's no topical your kids i couldn't handle interest rates and going up any i know what they are right now.

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"jerome" Discussed on GFM Podcast Network

GFM Podcast Network

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on GFM Podcast Network

"The sure term ring off on the phone that was a hint audience student okay i'm on silent but i still can hear people's phone buzzing yeah yeah it's it's okay it's like hello i like to welcome all of the grown folks music posse to our first behind the film podcast and i'm super excited because we have the to rome bitten as our first inaugural guest we are going to be talking about my personal favourite film of all time under the cherry moon but with all things on these prince in principally podcasts on grown folks music everything always returns to prince and we talk about more than just under the cherry moon we wanted to start a new podcast series to distinguish between the inside the album podcasts that we've been doing and when we actually have guests from the purple kingdom hopefully you will be getting more the high behind the film podcasts as well as behind the album podcast with people who have worked directly with prince be patient as it takes a while to workout schedules and so forth but i'm elated that jerome bitten is our first behind the film guest for under the cherry moon i'll talk a little bit later at the end the podcast why this is so special to me.

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"jerome" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jerome" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Jerome in ohio jerome how you doing good how 'bout you all right i'm trying to do now beat me in my voice voice go ahead good news about hina that they had accomplished call last thursday got three dollars a pair note day erased your dave again it got that w urging rush order but it got uh most compact opt through three d sensing i'll be new companies got a lot going for let you sleep well but it does sell at any out incredibly high priceearnings ratio in a market that does not tolerate that right now except for a couple of companies like invidia so just be aware it's a very very hot not over but highly valued stock and lately that's been staring people because if dimissed the numbers your clashed to brian illinois please prion big blue yeah from chicago kramer could add up my question is about ferrari the price is up one hundred thirty percent over last year is trading at a p of forty one is it gonna continue racing up five piece probably i i don't know when it was it around 60 and we thought the prospects are fabulous for multiyear now you could saying no one ever got her taking profit take some mocked by the fact is it's a situation and a great by netflix amazon and tesla may not pass the inner lynch test but at least two deaths still work by maybe if i'd much exclusive with the ceo of snap point over the stocks struggled this year could the company's by that just announced this morning helped the company snap al of it plus now the tech finally seem to have its group that is a time to consider player that's down but not out internet of things don't miss nicely some see your wiles and only your calls rapid fire dinner out so stick with kramer.

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