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Q And A With Alex Potter And Rob Maurer

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

06:52 min | 3 months ago

Q And A With Alex Potter And Rob Maurer

"Everybody robbing our here today, we are joined live by Alex Potter off Piper Sandler Alex Cover Tesla for a long time, we've had him on the podcast a couple of times. So today we're just going to go through. You know everything that has changed in the last few months with Tesla. Alex. is on a lot of research autonomy on energy and then we're also gonNA talk a little bit about Battery Day We are GONNA be doing Q. and A.. So on Alex's side, they have their investors pepper sandler investors are going to be asking some questions and on my end If you WANNA, ask questions on Youtube feel free to do that. We're going to select a few of those to you also go through So thanks for joining Alexander Smith, and you want to add to that Andrew. I don't think so very much looking forward to it. As Rob mentioned I'm analyst at Piper Sandler. I cover Tesla and for our institutional clients were dowd right now you can. I know there's a Q. A. Function. So Jessen corporate access watching that, and if you have any questions, you would like test me or or rob. You can either use that function or you can send me an email I've got my emails up here. as well. So maybe I don't know what do you want to I'll ask you to do an intro. You introduce yourself I my audience understands who you are and then all of the same. Sure. Yes. Oh. My Name's Roy Moore. I have been a retail investor in Tesla since two thousand, thirteen I started doing the Tesla daily sort of. podcast back in August twenty seventeen the reason I did that was just because I saw a lot of misinformation out there in the media and I thought a lot of investors were having trouble getting good accurate information in a timely manner I felt like I can help with that just because I was doing so much research on the company every single day. So just on a whim, sorta started Tesla daily as podcast, and since then it's grown, I took a fulltime last year on Youtube and over the last year of we've gained about one, hundred, thousand subscribers. So a lot of people definitely interested in Tusla and interested in it from an investment perspective. and I'm lucky to be joined by people like Alex Lincoln, help us understand that. And also has more or less has a monopoly on the question asking. Comes to the quarterly earnings calls as well. I might add so if Obviously the test approach during these earnings calls is is atypical, but for institutional investors and another sell CIDERS You know when we started seeing this say dot com stuff it was sort of Sort of jarring a little bit odd. But for those who are unaware. that works by vote process. So people like rob and others they submit questions on behalf of retail investors and then they get up voted and rob because of the quality of his questions and get basically. Five out of five or something. Questions while you're limited so only. I've cut myself down to two because it's you know everyone should have an opportunity and not everybody else audience. So. That's generous. All right. Okay. So how do you want to do this route I? This is this is going to be the third time that Robin I've had discussion. That's been sort of a an interview. Interviewer interviewee sort of a a a setup but I think this time and we can do it that way as well. I know that we've got some topics we want to get through but then after after that, we can open up to Q. and A., and if nobody has been accused or as than Robin Top, we'll ask her own questions. Yes I think I want to start off with just your last couple of notes since we last talked again as did the the big updates deep dives on both the energy business and the economy business, and that's something that particularly retail investors have been frustrated with. I don't know if it's you know institutions or Wall Street or analyst in general, just not really modeling for those things and so I just like to you know go through what your models are sort of showing and the thought process that you approach them with I don't know that's a broad question. So I guess we're GONNA Kinda start wherever without. So I think it's. It's not just retail investors that are frustrated with it. I mean I think that investors in general are frustrated with IT A. Topics in particular software autonomy, self-driving row taxis. But then also the. Stationary storage business energies are or the. Batteries. Gigantic Mega Pack, Grid scale type batteries a lot of people they approach these topics without really knowing what to do with it like how'd you build a model? in the first place, it's not like the auto business where we're getting tons of data from lots of different regions market share pricing you know people are tracking these things on a daily basis and you can. You can track Tesla's progress. You have a much harder time doing something similar in the stationary storage business like if I was to ask you. How many megawatt hours of stationary storage were installed last month and what Tesla's market share within that in Europe was. People would be like I have no I don't I don't have any of the Ammo to answer that question, but they answer those questions daily for the auto business. Right so partially, it's a question of you know data availability partially, it's also a question of PNL contribution like these topics aren't a big enough needle mover today in terms of what Tesla's going to do in any given quarter. So people just don't devote as much bandwith to it. but that being the case. Especially, the bigger the market cap gets hired valuation goes the more you have to consider. Pieces of the business like this that you know at least if you're GonNa believe, you must take him at his word that these parts of the business. Core right and potentially at one point going to be as large or larger than the automotive business. If that's even the right zip code, then you can't just continue ignoring them. So you know we firstly published a big sort of deep dive on. On autonomy and The soffer opportunity. Then we did a note that wouldn't know that I would call it a deep dive on the energy business because we're still sort of getting our feet wet there But. Yeah. I. I don't know if you had an opportunity to read them that. They get a little bit detailed But. It was educational, one way or another, and at least now we have a framework for thinking through You know how big these businesses could potentially be, and

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Makeup for Men, Our Podcasting Secrets & The Weeks Beauty News

Fat Mascara

04:26 min | 6 months ago

Makeup for Men, Our Podcasting Secrets & The Weeks Beauty News

"Welcome to fat Mascara I am Jess Hi. With and. Blew out everybody's ears sorry about that. I'm very excited. You're excited because honestly we're recording this little bit early you're listening to this. Holy. Cow, it is August. That's right. It's August this. Time in twenty twenty is the weirdest thing. It's like I. IT still feels like February February went forever. Then all of a sudden it was August and yet. I don't know there's like none of those markers like didn't see your mom for mother's Day like don't go away for this birthday and so like. It's faster yet slower. It's the weirdest remembers I remember sitting in bad in like March and being like Jeff do think this whole quarantine thing could go onto like a bro like asking just like totally well I remember you asking me that too yeah and I was like. Yeah. I also can't believe since you're lake was born since February. I've literally seen you in person only wants it once or twice I saw you on the street. Yeah. I didn't see each other again. Because I see you so often, but I see you on the show will me I I think this is our lives. Now this is this but this is so sad it can't be like this. It can't be like this. I know I know well, for people who enjoy summer, which isn't Jessen I might alright bringing the rest on your summer like happy August to you for everybody else who just really hot and sweaty right now we're getting through it. We're just getting. Some are in the city. I always have that like hot Tom Summer in the city song every time like go outside just like feet pounding the pavement. Yeah, and then it just slows down into like a milky. As Long. As. Low a nineteen seventies like cast over everything just like doom and gloom summer of Sam the seriously it's not fun right now anyway, let's bring the phone. Let's bring the levity. Bring the joy. What do we got this week? Let me tell you. We've got the headlines. We've got men wearing makeup. Okay. I'm very excited about this trend I feel like we report on this like every six months but I feel like there's always a tweak there's always a new span. There's always a new angle can't wait to talk about this and we are going to answer a listener's question about behind the scenes at fat Mascara how the sausage gets made, and of course, we're GONNA raise wand all that well done Jeff I'm excited about this show you ready to do it. Let's get hot town in the city. than. Them doing the news. Virtually, from my vacation just kidding I'm recording the Ireland I should've said. Before we're doing an early not early in the morning earlier than we would because janitors going on vacation. That's how much we love you. Instead of US being L., we're going to take a week off. Oh No, we've recorded double that episode for you. So if some huge news comes out at the end of August and it is not including this, you cannot blame me I was just thinking like watch oprah like surprise drop beyond style like a makeup line like Oprah's makeup line and we don't talk about it like every facet like off their game it's because I'm recording early just so you know. Okay. So remember last week when we talk about Clare Sonic Failing Jason, you're like, well, they're no dummies all those people are going to be. You know they'll find something to work on. Well, did they ever? So Dr, Rob We've both interviewed I know. He actually left the company before it closed and started up this brand called Oculus and so this is where all the technology's going. It's launching in the fall. It's basically like you know a courage coffeemaker. It's like that for skin care. So I, gotTa look at it. It's a little like device you putting these pods. K Cups of care and it mixes together the pod that you want and squirts out a fresh batch just one application of your skincare.

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"jessen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:56 min | 7 months ago

"jessen" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Joan Jones and Jocelyn Jessen is at the editor's desk Up ahead. Breaking news Today, The Supreme Court strikes down in Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics will have a special report. What's Congress doing to address the rise in covert 19 cases on Capitol Hill? I'm Mitchell Miller will introduce you to Millie. She's our pet of the week and you won't want to miss her. It's 10 31. CBS News Special Report by a 5 to 4 vote. The Supreme Court has just rejected a key challenge to abortion rights. CBS's Steve Dorsey is in Washington. The Supreme Court has backed opponents to abortion clinic restrictions. In Louisiana. Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the courts for liberal justices. The case tested whether the state's Republican led legislature Would require abortion doctors to be members of a nearby hospitals. Medical staff challengers to the regulation said it would force abortion clinics to shut down protesters outside the high court. The Supreme Court has failed to stand with women to protect women and to protect life. The justices have also cleared the way for federal executions to resume for the first time since 2003. And they've let stand a decision against environmentalists trying to stop Stop the president from building a border wall. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez again that Supreme Court refused, as was noted there to block the execution of four federal prison inmates who were scheduled to be put to death in July and then in August. The executions would have marked the first use of the death penalty on the federal level since 2003. Justices rejected the appeal from four inmates. They were all convicted of killing Children and left no obstacles standing in the way of their executions, the first of which is scheduled for July 13th. Now those inmates or seperately, asking a federal judge in Washington to impose a new delay on their executions over other legal issues. That have yet to be resolved. Well, a spike in covert 19 cases in 30 states, mainly in the South, and the West has theater in shin of Congress. But lawmakers we're still a long way from passing new legislation doubly Tio peas Mitchell Miller has more on that today on Capitol Hill, Speaker Nancy Pelosi keeps pushing for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to take up a Democratic bill that addresses a wide range of issues. Including funding for more testing on hoping that the Grim Reaper will not be responsible for even more dangerous behavior that causes more deaths in our country. McConnell and turn often chides House members for rarely being in session during the pandemic. Unlike the Senate, taking smart precautions centers have stood with all the other central workers. Your continued Amanda Central Post, Well, lawmakers address issues related to the pandemic. In hearings. There is no set time frame to take up broad legislation linked to the Corona virus. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News vice president Mike Pence, meantime, encourage people living in areas with Corona virus outbreaks to wear masks to prevent the spread of the virus. On Sunday No. At a news conference alongside the Texas governor and Trump Administration officials in Dallas, Pence said. We're maintaining social distancing is impossible wearing a mask is just a good idea. In an interview earlier on CBS's face the nation, Penn said the administration believes that people should wear masks wherever it's called for by state and local authorities. Still to come here on w. T O P group behind the bounties on U. S Service members in Afghanistan. I'm J. J Green. It's 10 30 for I was having a lot of Sinus infections. My Sinuses were clogged pressure headaches Linda has suffered for years with chronic Sinus infections. You don't feel like doing anything when when you feel like your head is completely clogged, or you want to do is just lay down, Sleep and the pressure eyes just not fun, always walking around with a headache. Now.

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"jessen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"jessen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Names are Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell their airforce retirees they had a company they got a contract from the US government to design and implement what the CA called enhanced interrogation techniques and those techniques were used in the CIA's secret overseas prisons complex sites and by now we all know that enhanced interrogation techniques is a euphemism for torture like waterboarding yes in fact Mitchell and Justin personally waterboarded some of the prisoners now at Guantanamo they took a military program the trains people to cope with torture and resist interrogation if they're captured and they flipped around so instead the CIA use those methods against prisoners to get them to answer questions methods like sleep deprivation isolation stress position slapping so what are these two men expected to say exactly it's hard to predict because the government censors a lot of what happens at Guantanamo now Jim Mitchell has written a book and in interviews and he and Justin gave depositions as part of a lawsuit against them by some former C. A. prisoners and in the Mitchell and Justin described himself as American patriots who are trying to keep the country safe this eight other people use their techniques and correctly and now they are the fall guys getting all the blame no part of those depositions were taped right correct they were videotaped and The New York Times got them and posted excerpts online and at one point in Mitchell's video he downplays the torture here he is talking about walling where you put a collar around someone's neck and slammed them against a wall always discombobulated it's not painful it stars of urinary errors and it's like being on one of those swirly gigs or something you know you move around quite a bit at another point Bruce Jessen talks about preventing prisoners from sleeping by hanging them from a ceiling by hand cuffs and he says they're monitored to make sure they don't get dema if they hang on the costs too much a demon meeting with fluid collects in body tissue in their swelling so it's like he's saying yes we tortured people but also while we were torturing them we were taking care of them basically yes but both of them acknowledge that some interrogations got out of control and they both said that they didn't want to continue some of what they were doing but they were pressured to keep going here's Justin speaking to that they kept telling me every day a nuclear bomb was going to be exploded in the United States and that because I told him to stop I lost my nerve it was gonna be my fault if I didn't continue so he's saying he thought the country security was at stake and so torturing people was justified basically yes I mean I think he probably wouldn't call it torture he would call it extreme pressure and as a result one of the legal issues that has to be resolved before nine eleven truck could happen is that any statements the CA got from the nine eleven defendants now cannot be used at trial so the FBI got new statements from them without using torture but the defense attorneys for the prisoners say the FBI and CIA were closely intertwined and to torture someone you can expect when they tell you to be reliable so what happens if a judge goes ahead and decide that what the prisoners told the FBI cannot be a made at the trial that means the government would lose its most critical evidence and that would make it harder to successfully prosecute the nine eleven defendants Sacha Pfeiffer of impairs investigations team thank Sasha you're welcome let's talk about the holiday were marking today it was actually a long struggle to get Martin Luther king junior day recognized as a public holiday almost forty years ago a group of public high school students helped lead the fight here in California now a new generation of teens at that same school are taking inspiration from the efforts of their predecessors Khloe Feldman for member station KQED reports on stage in the year nineteen eighty one in the callers a new stage play written produced and performed by students from Oakland technical high school their password hostile if you love rockets teens wait to hit a state lawmakers will vote to false assembly bill three one two the piece of legislation they spent and lost three years fighting for based on the real life story of an earlier generation of Oakland tech students who campaign halls to get an OK day recognized as a California holiday use before the national holiday was signed into law in nineteen ninety three that plus called themselves the Apollo off to the NASA space program which means we who reach for the stars that's Karen Kennedy she was one of the core group of five students who led the charge under the supervision of that teacher tie Mukasa he was so strict the call is still around but he's frail Kennedy says the idea to push for the holiday came up one day in McCall his government plus it was nineteen seventy eight and the students were learning about the legislative process and Mister mac Arthur was going on with this long long lectures and one of the questions came up well why isn't there a holiday for any people of color the questions sent Kennedy and her fellow Apollo's on a long and challenging journey driven by the desire to on a multi Lisa king junior who was assassinated a decade earlier we.

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"jessen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"jessen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Names are Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell their airforce retirees they had a company they got a contract from the US government to design and implement what the CA called enhanced interrogation techniques and those techniques were used in the CIA's secret overseas prisons called black sites and by now we all know that enhanced interrogation techniques is a euphemism for torture like waterboarding yes in fact Mitchell and Justin personally waterboarded some of the prisoners now at Guantanamo they took a military program the trains people to cope with torture and resist interrogation if they're captured and they flipped around so instead the CIA use those methods against prisoners to get them to answer questions but it's like sleep deprivation isolation stress positions slapping so what are these two men expected to say exactly it's hard to predict because the government censors a lot of what happens at Guantanamo now Jim Mitchell has written a book and in interviews and he and Justin gave depositions as part of a lawsuit against them by some former C. A. A. prisoners in in the Mitchell and Justin described himself as American patriots who are trying to keep the country safe they say other people use their techniques and correctly and now they are the fall guys getting all the blame no part of those depositions were taped right correct they were videotaped and The New York Times got them and posted excerpts online and at one point in Mitchell's video he downplays the torture here he is talking about walling where you put a collar around someone's neck and slammed them against a wall always discombobulated it's not painful it stirs up you're entering errors and it's like being on one of those swirly gigs or something you know you move around quite a bit at another point Bruce Jessen talks about preventing prisoners from sleeping by hanging them from a ceiling by hand cuffs and he says they're monitored to make sure they don't get dema if they hang on the costs too much a demon meeting with fluid collects in body tissue in their swelling so it's like he's saying yes we tortured people but also while we were torturing them we were taking care of them basically yes but both of them acknowledge that some interrogations got out of control and they both said that they didn't want to continue some of what they were doing but they were pressured to keep going here's Justin speaking to that they kept telling me everyday nuclear bomb was going to be exploded in the United States and that because I told him to stop I lost my nerve it was gonna be my fault if I didn't continue so he's saying he thought the country security was at stake and so torturing people was justified basically yes I mean I think he probably wouldn't call it torture he would call it extreme pressure and as a result one of the legal issues that has to be resolved before nine eleven truck could happen is that any statements the CA got from the nine eleven defendants now cannot be used at trial so the FBI got new statements from them without using torture but the defense attorneys for the prisoners say the FBI in CA were closely intertwined and lets you torture someone you can expect what they tell you to be reliable so what happens if a judge goes ahead and decides that what the prisoners told the F. B. I. cannot be at the trial that means the government would lose its most critical evidence and that would make it harder to successfully prosecute the nine eleven defendants Sacha Pfeiffer of NPR's investigations team thank Sasha you're welcome let's talk about the holiday were marking today it was actually a long struggle to get Martin Luther king junior day recognized as a public holiday almost forty years ago a group of public high school students helped lead the fight here in California now a new generation of teens at that same school are taking inspiration from the efforts of their predecessors Khloe Feldman for member station KQED reports on stage it's the year in nineteen eighty one in the apologies a new stage play written produced and performed by students from Oakland technical high school please bear pastor of a hostile if you have racks teens wait to hit a state lawmakers will vote to pasta seventy bill three one two the piece of legislation they spent the last three years fighting for the play is based on the real.

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"jessen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jessen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Wells on temple square and band of the United States Air Force reserve Craig Jessen captain Chad stepping conducting special guest sandy Patty joy.

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"jessen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"jessen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Craig Jessen fan mac will Berg conducting and organize clay Christie answered this is I thought we the three this may be you rush do you work in the the tragic events in the world have had an immeasurable compact impact on the mines and indeed the lives of millions of young children throughout America their fears and often secret.

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"jessen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"jessen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We need a little Christmas with guest Angela lance very Craig Jessen and mac will bird conducting and organize clay Christie answered this is I thought the treaty that's not maybe you rush in the the tragic events in.

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"jessen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"jessen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Oh Gosh Yeah right how about they get half a plaque those too because you could make the case clemens seriously clements hall of fame career with the Red Sox and and bonds at a hall of fame career with the pirates you could you could make considerable cases for that Jessen totally cut it. I mean there there. There are plenty of reasons reasons to vote for those guys if you're open to it and you know I I've come to this conclusion that what we should do with players like that is we should we should vote for them. We we should elect them and then we should let the hall figure out how to handle it. Hall of fame has been very happy to stand the background and let the writers try to figure it out and put all all the agonizing on us supposedly ever elect them that they could figure out a way to deal with it now that you're in Jason Heck with leave it on their latman right. I love it. I love it the floodgates. I don't think I have Jayson Stark here on the rich Eisen show. Let's talk about the hearing now <hes> this is weird the trade deadline. Let's not let's let's not ignore. This has been weird but it's just been weird and the fact that you had <hes> Kimbrel sign late. It was weird that Kaikal sign late that we're seeing weird things things about the market and free agency we hadn't seen before this is now the first deadline where there is no waiver period behind it is what is can we draw through line between everything. I've just said Jason Yeah well. I think a lot of it yeah and this is really been an odd deadline. People thought that the impact of only having one deadline no August trades would be that it everything would start sooner but instead almost nothing of consequence has happened yet and if you've got a really strange structure in most of these divisions where the division leaders have really bigly it's and they're very few teams that can look look at the division standings other than the ellendale central and thank you. We're going to catch that team but then you have this whole group of teams that's two three games out of the wildcard game and a half out of the wildcard and I I think it's creating eating a weird kind of gridlock in that. Those teams have a really hard time selling when they're two games out of contention right right of a playoff spot but it's hard to buy when you know your reward for even sneaking sneaking in and is you've got to win that wildcard game and then you've got to try to figure out some way to beat the dodgers or Yankees good luck and so those teams don't WanNa buy. They're afraid to sell their everybody. Just you know holding pattern. We're waiting for some clarity or trying to figure out some way. They're going to explain it to their fan base when they finally do what they do. Well I mean the giants are perfect example right. I mean the giants were dead in April May and June waters and now they're on fire..

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"jessen" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on Modern Love

"Two years after I kiss Jessen. I sneaked onto an empty Rhode Island beach. Only a few stars and cloudy moon illuminated are running and jumping as we let freedom Araya cater. Shame. As is just to the darkness. We saw a lifeguard tower and clammed up. With the ocean feet, and the horizon at I level we sat side by side in the night. That's right, something Jessica jested. Pulling out the journal, we shed note. Let's just in joy this insisted. The moment seemed perfect as is. Well, all right, something, and we can read it later. Just scribbled and then handed me the open notebook shining her phones flashlight on it. The light was shocking intrusion upon private darkness. So I asked to turn it off. Instead, she pushed the journal into my hands. When I looked down. I saw a whole cutout in the middle of all the pages. Inside layer ring. My head spun. I waited for her to ask me those four fated words, but she was silent. The amendment. Didn't need words. I took the pen and wrote. Yes. On the page. She Silva band on my finger and gave me a matching ring to place on us. Then she asked if I remembered the homeless man, the admit that warning to brunch. I laughed course. Why? I figured out what to do those courses. They were melted into our rings. Fifty cents each..

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"jessen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"KNX ten seventy NewsRadio her good evening, everybody. Hope you had a great day today. Tomorrow through Christmas Eve. Seventy two degrees. Pretty much everywhere. The beaches right around seventy high desert's coming in around sixty we'll track about a twenty percent chance of some light showers coming away Christmas day shouldn't be too bad. Sixty six degrees were southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS Tuesday. Garth cab Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio right now. In claremont. Fifty two degrees. Whittier fifty four degrees, and it's fifty six in van I so this is the day that retailers wait for and they celebrate it is super Saturday when an estimated twenty four percent of holiday shoppers by their final holiday guests retail analysts Burt Flickinger from strategic resource group says there is one item that is super hot this year. Consumer electronics are good. Not great gaming good. Not great. But the licensed and learning toys for children are really having a breakthrough today on super Saturday is they will tomorrow and for the entire season and super Saturday is also known as panic Saturday. Guess that's because people haven't quite got their shopping lists done which changes being made. The goal line extension plan. Sandy, miss officials are worried that some issues might be overlooked originally. The Goldline was going to end in Montclair, but metro doesn't have the funding. So now, there's a new plan. The current proposal was talking about Laverne being the terminus and sandy miss being the next two terminus sandy Mississippi sitting manager Larry Stevens says there's a big difference between having a stationed in the middle of rail line in near the end traffic and ridership tend to increase near the terminus as well as the need for parking. We need to make sure that the city is protected from the potential impacts and the surrounding property owners are protected so as metro gets ready to begin its environmental impact report. He's calling on the agency to look into those issues before signing off on the new plan Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio cruiser working to strengthen eroding cliffs, north of San Diego. That's where Amtrak and other trains run every day. There have been four collapses along the del mar bluff since August with a last. One happening. Just last week rail service was stopped for officials determine the trains would be safe Seeven Fordham. He's director of railroad engineering for the north county transit district says the erosion is caused by several things caused by normal wind and water and other Delmar bluffs. There's also trespasser activity and then also sea level rise. He says that when the soil gets really dry because of drought. It can fall off the hillsides. Fordham says attracts are safe, and they are inspected twice. A week department of homeland security has ordered California to change its requirements for issuing new driver licenses and I d cars that meet tougher federal standards. So far our state has required. One document to prove a person's residency before issuing the real ID licenses in cards that will be needed to board planes or enter federal buildings starting in October of twenty twenty while starting in the spring, California. We'll have to require to documents. That confirm an applicant's address. Fifty. Let's take a look at your money with Ed Corry. It's the biggest change in scoring draft beers since the nineteen fifties. Plastic kegs are starting to replace the middle versions under the bar core. Jessen leads the team behind European.

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"jessen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Let's let's make our determination based on the identity of the person that you trust these people. And that's what they're saying. Women. Get trust are immediately, trusted men are not trusted men lie. Women don't lie. And the fact is a in a in a Democratic Republic like this and you coming from she came from the former Yugoslavian you understand it. These are the tactics that are used by the fascist these Forgacs that are used by com. Well, I mean, they they they they were the creators of propaganda, but especially that kind of false propaganda. That would get them political gain in power. That's exactly what it was about. And no doubt countless innocent people suffered as a result of it. There's no way to counter that. No there there there is an and it's it's sad. You know, you, and I talked to you during the one of our breaks. And I just said I've always wanted to when these people go home do any relatives or friends say, you know, what you're promoting do, you know, how full of crap you. Well, you're you're due process. Doesn't matter. I wonder I wonder what their inner self says to them when they try and look in the mirror, eight six six ninety redeye. What's the difference between standard number two diesel and premium fuel Ron Jessen is director of product management for cynics. The makers of sex Roadmaster XL premium diesel fuel and he fills us in really wanna consider the the total operational cost behind the price of the pump. You look at the cost for replacement, and you look at the cost of ongoing maintenance, unfortunately, those costs haven't gone down..

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"jessen" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Could have ever received high collar welcome to the show go right ahead positions in my life where listen to many women liberal either way gone through the process later heard cry cry something haunts me still sometimes constant more deeply affected spread on the patient and i i don't mean to be too over dramatic but it wasn't long ago outside my window i heard a little of a priority yeah i don't hurt among a hard thing even though it's ten years ago came by many people women on abortions who are now in the awful position of trying to find some korea forgiveness on assize court east phenomenal i have often sunderland with this it's it's not an easy fix but if you just half the population liberal or whatever women on abortion what would ask you a question hm abortions they would answer the question for you interesting interesting point well thank you really appreciate you thank you mark interesting great point that's a small number harry small number and i think it's gonna lead to your psychopaths it can't can't realize or maybe just really don't understand don't understand don't get it gianna jessen was the gal i had on the show jonah tiana jessen it's a g i a an n a j e s s e n dot com and you can go there and listen to her story she was amazing on the show i should have her bag but i've done a couple of shows on this and.

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"jessen" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on Critical Role

"Someone there jessen will yeah here you go to me the most noisy of us which one of you need some rolled shit yourselves so it wouldn't do me then let it happen usually you have to give that before they will so you don't know just you like it's fun all right it's fifteen twelve hold until then they've chick ten months sixteen eighteen eighteen okay so as you guys continue down the right pathway you continue further and find out the the clusters of just makeshift bits of discarded material beginning to give way as about twenty feet ahead of you the torchlight begins to refracted reflect against some sort of soft material that is kind of drifting closing portion of the walkway ahead of you a majority of the the tunnel is currently blocked a small path on the right side of it by a dense webbing sometimes you can see immediately what looks to be a large not or a not a not of webbing as well that is kind of held aloft kind of like a foot up from the ground or could be somebody that's just being slowly sucked dry of all their right should be set settled on fire should we see if it's living try and cut it down doll action.

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Powerball: Single ticket in $456.7 million jackpot sold in Pennsylvania

The Von Haessler Doctrine

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Powerball: Single ticket in $456.7 million jackpot sold in Pennsylvania

"Followed by memorial service at seven abby jessen wsb emergency crews digging through the wreckage of that pedestrian bridge in miami say they they have recovered all six victims here as abc's victor oquendo among the dead eighteenyearold fau freshman alexa duran she was driving with a friend who was able to escape the car there's sixty year olds rolando frog has family they hadn't heard from him since before the collapse they found out his body was one of the ones inside one of the cars trapped underneath that bridge police also confirming fiftythreeyearold alberto arias fifty seven year old oswald kansallis were inside another car they retrieved now family member of one of the victims says he doesn't understand why motorists were allowed to drive underneath the unfinished span breaking news first this twenty four hour continuing news lottery officials say one winning ticket was sold in saturday's powerball drawing is sixty to lead us the luck of the jaw on saint patrick's day someone struck it rich we don't know who yet but lottery officials say one winning ticket sold in pennsylvania match the numbers and saturday night's powerball drawing the excitement has been building for nineteen straight drawings the jackpot rolling over until saturday the.

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"jessen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Same as the same cuba that we saw stories i know i know rage seems i mean that's one of the things that you should look at the reason that home runs were up last year is because there is a change made to the baseball even they say there was or there wasn't whether it was intentional or not intentional you need to find out from the pictures what that baseball feels like what's it look like what to expect as you come in there this year well it's a good question about what they feel like because their players will tell you area will tell you that ball is hit to shortstop hard they get it back from the first baseman it looks and feels different it one time hit you gotta get a new ball because it was something weird about it so i don't think you could tell and spring though you're those are questions for april because i don't know if they're using the same balls or whatever but there's no doubt it's a question that's that's that's going to come up throughout the year now it's been two and a half years they have they found the the the the point where it change allstar break of fifteen from fifteen on from the second half of fifteen to now is when the home runs just went crazy again hearkening back to the steroid air why did they did they change the balls that the allstar break of fifteen that's the major question that nobody really knows the answer to they pretend like they have no idea now you had to change the specifications is changed companies manufacturers but you also have to change specification last thing then we'll let you go great springs don't always translate jessen great seasons they don't always carry over i guess if you had to choose you'd like to say yeah like to see the i have a better spring than what happens doing he opened up is anywhere last year but is he playing his way and do like a permanent spot as the leadoff guy at the top of the lineup i mean is this like if this carries over in half is going to be a really big part of this off.

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"jessen" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Section that's fresh books dot com slash fire suggestion we are back are you ready to rock the lightning rounds let's do a man what was holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur i think it was the fear of judgment of the fear of going out there failing and people kinda judging before it wasn't necessarily the failure are not necessarily scared of failed because i failed so many times of my life but it was definitely putting myself out there and people judging the along the way what is the best advice you've ever received when my business crumbled other the story told earlier i called my mom because she was always my rock when she was still alive and i called and told her that and she said to me you're going to be fine keep your head up and keep moving forward and so i i carry that with me wherever i go no matter how many how many hardships i come across he's got to keep your head up and keep moving forward what's a personal habit that contributes to your success the ability to to be an active listener i'm that's not something that comes natural to me i'm selfdiagnosis eighty deeds probably why wasn't the greatest student in the world and so it's it's it takes mindfulness practices for me to be an active listener and because of that i've been successful with what i do recommends one internet resource i highly recommend an app called spark post it's where i design a lot of the stuff that goes on my social media it's a free app made by adobe and it's just really easy to use and really good to to really make your social media pop recommend one book jessen in share why i recommend the book who move my cheese to every single person whether they're in the selfhelp genre or not it's a really easy rida and it's about change in adapting to change and i feel like you know everything's always going to change around us and we have no control over be do have control over is how we react to it and that's what that books about they me then to an audio book yet i'm not sure to be honest i'm a i'm a reader so i i tend to read it only have and i think it needs to that that that's.

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"jessen" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The web yolk possibly your overall bill cook go down because you're not using much in the internet you're not using a lot of bandwidth to view and do things on the web but jessen says those who like highbandwidth games or who use netflixing amazon prime might see higher bills either through their service provider or through netflixing amazon prime he says the end of net neutrality could mean more competition in the industry if the big service providers let's smaller providers piggyback on their infrastructure protests which is also known as hoping cough has been in the news recently with seventeen cases of the disease and ada county reported just since october first three smith with the idaho department of health and welfare says pertussis cases trendlike away so we could see some rising numbers adults who have contact with babies it's very important that they get immunised babies can't start getting vaccinated until their two months old and they don't have high levels of protection and tell their sixmonthold so if adults are vaccinated there's less of a risk of passing the highly contagious disease to an infant babies consider are being vaccinated for protests when their two monthsold preteen should also get a booster vaccination and he says called t dap when they're eleven or twelve and adults need to be immunized as well even if they were immunized his babies are children rick worthington six seventy kdoi on the kboi market watch closing numbers on wall street the dow picked up one hundred forty three points the nasdaq closed up eighty sp 500 was up twenty four the news is brought.

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"jessen" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on Le Show

"Mitch jess sad to teach a lesson to see mitchell ingesson who do sin confessing they could do all day a couple of shrinks i the death in spires to make sense of torture never did it before but they read up on the you get better win do mitchell jason making learned helplessness in the wind weighed mitchell jessen for the troops id gang depressing guarding the cage ended of of shrinks it helps to charge to take off of torture now we know each one win away indi there either in share for their.

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"jessen" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jessen" Discussed on PRI's The World

"James mitchell and bruce jessen were former military psychologists and they became cia contractors in the months after nine eleven both of them had experience at socalled sear schools which is survival schools for our military personnel and they undergo some training to try to help them resist what could possibly be the type of questioning that they might have if they were captured by an enemy that didn't follow the laws of war that actually tortured and so they undergo mock waterboarding this sort of simulated drowning in some of these schools and then all these other really really harsh techniques and so they affectively turn that around and made recommendations to use these techniques on terrorism suspects so when the cia set up secret prisons around the world they were looking for a way to get information from terrorism suspects and some of the the leadership wanted to try something different and james mitchell had this idea or maybe a few people did but he was the one who was sort of brought in and he and his colleague dr jessen decided to propose using versions of some of these survival school techniques to question actual terrorism suspects so there are so many ways in which that's different i mean somebody who goes through survival school knows that this is a training programme also they're very careful ways in which those techniques are used on our service members who are training of course that the context is totally different when you take them you reengineer them and you apply them in a secret cia prison on actual terrorism suspects but that's what these two psychologists propose the they describe sitting down typing up a list of based on some of those seer training techniques.

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