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"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:46 min | 6 months ago

"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Again, I know you guys were talking about jobless claims and what number starts to scare you. I don't know why you're not scared now. You don't have to wait for some magical two 80 or 300. I mean, you're up from 166,000. That was the low that we hit in mid March. And so from that point to today, we're now up 50%. Now, I know the standard retort on that is, hey, you know, but we're coming off a really low levels. Okay, you were coming off a really low levels in O one two. I mean, the historically low then, but hey, we managed to actually lose jobs in the unemployment rate will end up rising. So the level thing is not compelling. It's the move, right? It's the delta. And the delta is incredibly compelling. You're up 50% from the low. And sorry, just to be clear on that. So if you look back to every recession, we went back to the recession that started in 1969. If you look at every recession from the low into that recession, you're up about 30%. Here we are up 50%. And yes, I know there's some seasonal thing. I get all that. But even if you adjust for that, you're still up wildly. I mean, this is not a good outcome. A lot of people would argue that you're coming from a point where everybody had been taken out of the workforce and then brought back in in this sort of artificial breach as a result of the pandemic and the global economy shutting down as we look forward is your argument that the fed should look through this and stand pat not raise rates that much or at all and sort of wait to see what happens even in the face of 9.1% headline CPI. I have a lot of sympathy for lifting rates. I think look, and you all have heard me say this before. I mean, I think the fed was very, very late to this. I mean, I would argue that today we should be a hundred basis points higher because the fed was much more aggressive sort of late last year. So I do have a lot of sympathy for that. I just think that we have to be careful and ask aloud, do you think that these interest rate hikes are actually going to scale back on inflation? I think inflation is going to slow organically. I know that it's a tough pill to swallow for the fed. And I know they can't stand oddly by. I've been waiting for that to happen. So they have to keep on raising rates. I just think we have to be careful about the level of rates that we get to. I don't know that we have to get wildly into restrictive territory. I mean, look, let's be clear. Prior to things starting to turn pretty squishy over the last few months, the backdrop did not need any accommodation. I mean, we should have been at neutral a while ago. But I think now we're in so many ways. I feel like we're fighting yesterday's war on inflation. And moreover, I would add, there's certain components of inflation that have been doing some pretty heavy lifting that the fed has zero ability to control, whether that's food or energy, things that are obviously now receding to some extent. But I think about some of the inflation components over the last month or two, like auto insurance or our car repair. I know that might sound like these small little things. They added like a tenth. They added a tenth or more to the headline to the month on month gain. That's an enormous number that, again, the fed is no ability to control. People went out and bought a bunch of used cars. They are breaking down and they need more insurance. I mean, what can the fed do about that? So I just think the fed has to be honest about the things that it can and can not control. It's on, I want to finish out with this. The Federal Reserve and where fed funds peaks. Where does it peak for the team over at RBC? Yeah, so we think you get to the midpoint would be three, three, 3.375. So basically, over the balance of this year, we think that that's reasonable still at this point. I know it's probably sort of in line with what the market is saying. I don't know if I like that or not. But that's where we are right now. I saw somebody catch up. Thank you, sir. It's home for RBC capital markets. TK with some strong thoughts on jobless claims. Heading in the wrong direction over the last few months. That's a trend. That's all there is to it. You know, that'll play out, but far more important is the jobs report tomorrow. Are we all three here for the report tomorrow? We are in for payrolls. Later and I are always here. Oh, it's you that questionable attack. Okay. I'm payroll Friday. You're going to be here? Yeah, I'm going to be here. Looking forward to it. I'm not going, I'm not going base suit though. It's a serious day. We'll prep your prep for tomorrow. No baseball. No, because it wasn't jobless claims Thursday. When the man from damonte walks into the studio to cover markets, I question how serious he is. Coming up in the next year, FS investments in the next hour. Alongside Chris Harvey of west fucker and rubber banks, Jane foley, you're impossible to ignore, you know that. This is Bloomberg. Now the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. I'm Lisa John House speaker Nancy Pelosi is

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"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Tom Lisa John House speaker Nancy Pelosi's plane has left Taiwan after her historic visit Pelosi wallen Taipei pledged that the U.S. wouldn't abandon Taiwan despite threats, a military actions by Beijing at a press conference following a bilateral meeting with Taiwan's president, the House speaker said, when other members of Congress visited earlier in the year, China didn't make a big deal out of it. I think that they made a big fuss because I'm speaker, I guess, I don't know if that was a reason or an excuse because they didn't say anything. When the men came. Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell says he approves of Pelosi's trip. A majority victory for abortion rights advocates, voters in Kansas overwhelmingly rejected an amendment that would have eliminated the constitutional right to an abortion and placed the issue in the hands of state lawmakers. The January 6th missing text case has been widened now to include Trump era Pentagon officials, Bloomberg's at Baxter as the story. And the Department of Defense is confirming that a DoJ investigation of the missing January 6th tax is now confirmed that along with accidentally deleting some texts, some phones were purposefully wiped after January 6th. Government lawyers made that admission in court filings tied to the freedom of information act lawsuit and the oversight group is urging attorney general Merrick Garland to investigate DoD's actions in allowing the destruction of records potentially relevant to a significant matter of national attention and historical importance. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter, Bloomberg radio. He was like listening to your favorite uncle call a ball game. It's time for Dodger baseball. Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully has died, Scully called a bunch of classic moments, including the 1988 World Series call of Kirk Gibson's game one walk off home run. High

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"john house" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Sometimes your dreams die and sometimes they just look different than you thought they would But sometimes God sends the prettiest smartest man in the world Into your bunker To go through World War three with Thank you God Wow Thank you for my personal comedy Jesus No I'm John House here next week 20 minutes after they all sound like a chapters of the Bible For sexy liberals Come unto me my child You don't have to touch me 20 minutes After the hour This portion of the show brought you by Have you noticed my dogs are my children They're not like my children Yeah it's weird at all Stephanie so well behaved I do a lot of research before I what I feed them I did my own health reset during the what'd you call it The what was this COVID lockdown Yes Okay doctor Marty's OMG I have I'm feeding them doctor Marty's food Doctor Marty Goldstein but a pioneer in pet nutrition space he has developed nature's blend it's a premium freeze dried raw dog food made in North America I was already using the first of all they love it so much You've got to get your arms in my case everything Get your tongs Just don't even get your digits near us Because I was using the freeze dried raw treats Oh my God this food is the best food in the world 81% of the formula is made from real cuts of raw turkey raw beef raw salmon and new organ meats The rest is omega three omega three rich seeds super food veggies and fruit to support your dog's health happiness and wellness is designed to mimic what your dog would eat in the wild which might yard pretty much is Pantry safe.

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"john house" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm going. I said i said no. This is not spiritual on visible of versus evil. So i to the doctor coat. And i told him i said you guys want street fight. We're gonna. I'm gonna give you a street fight so i started attacking people would want visible if i see something. I see any doctorinal. Anyone goes eight doctors out until about a little bit later. Dot says or doesn't work we. We did a study out. Just go after them. And i'll give the data on doctor them at some point. I said what's wrong with you. Want kill people to one doctor at some point said. Just tell me these sheets way in in new york and come over and show you every you killed. It's i actually just had to bring them so when going after. This is where we were when we met a american doctors on hottest confidence in in in in dc. When i was going to see. I knew that there was something zero swing on a call my family i said i'm going to d. c. I'm going to expose this to speak up for the people. I'm not going to back down by various berries. I told him i don't come back from. Dc is okay. I will ask my destiny. But i'm not gonna let american style dot is where i was when i go to. Dc ready to throw everything ready to be killed. If i had to be killed. So that day. I know that got hot. Just plans to open. The heavens are just stay around the so. When i stood in front of the supreme court said nobody needs to die in this. This is the ill where i get nailed on. This is the hugh. I get a something in the spirit i think it was a watershed moment before the whole world was kicking on initials kitchen fear source. I spoke on it. What is the use. My voice use this power to just bring it up because it was just something in the spirit. That is why i was attacked was attacked because then you that i was not just speaking as a physician i was speaking with a bottle of just. That's what well we know at. The heart of everything is a political battle for for those people that don't see that it's also a political battle and other spiritual battle is beneath everything but the political battle. Why would somebody like anthony vouch. She tried to dismiss the efficiency of something like ivermectin or hydrochloric win. Why do you think they would do that. What is the explanation. That would cause them to do that. Can you tell us your as a doctor why you think they would do such a thing as a doctor i would. I don't know but as a woman of the spirits. I think he is. Look we have no doubt it's evil we know it's easily but i'm saying that you have to you have to wonder how it is. This became politicized that life is less important than something i mean. Many people have said it's big pharma. They're going to make billions off of the vaccine. And if you say ivermectin or hydrochloric when can be used as a therapeutic therapeutic that could work they will say we can't have a vaccine in emergency vaccine can only be put through if there's no therapeutic so would that be the natural explanation that'd be a natural explanation on the surface. I actually do believe that. The whole of ov- it is john house of accidents. I mean your documents coming out of china. Now on. I mean i think antony fractures being investigated. Congress does should have done this. This virus was mind for trump and allow or this virus. They have gained a function when they of functions or one greece. and so is a bioweapon. There's no reason why the virus anti to make it more more of hewlett to humans so and this is coming out. Now is not was aware. The financials i wear under contributed money in this john to kit virus. So this approach. Well i mean we're talking about a few things here first of all in the natural. Okay i can understand why somebody would gain of function research. I'm not saying. I agree with it. It seems like a crazy thing. But i can see why someone would do that but then the question is why. Would you do it in china. Why wouldn't you expect the chinese government which controls everything to use it Let's say it escaped without anybody trying to let it escape. Let's give china the benefit of the doubt. They then said we're going to have no travel. We're gonna shut down. John and we're going to let people travel to the around the world so this would be an act of war so the question becomes what happens then. We're going to go to a break. We're going to be right back and get the rest of the story folks. Dr stella emmanuel the book is let america live. I hope you get.

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"john house" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Now. Maybe i'm just projecting. I wish i were but you're telling me that you have straight up medical success. You're excited you're actually excited. And so what happened when you went out with this information and by the way what was the month. Where were we in twenty nine when this good news hits you and you want to tell world this in april in april twenty twenty twenty nights in april of two thousand hundred twenty. I'm sorry on so april of twenty twenty. This is right in the beginning of this craziness and were you. The first one was it as a result of you that this controversy exploded. How how we're were you in time. Line not actually rental accurate patience a jewish guy in new york. Then we have dr. How was a phrase bureau that was treating patients we also have. It won't dr armstrong out here alexia decks accident visions. God same reaction. I our social as i've noticed works under all no good either double blind controlled studies. I said no. We don't we're treating patients and patients are being better so it was crazy so there's talking on facebook that kick me off the doctor groups and they they get you off. What keeps me off the big. Dr groups big dr online. We'll see we'll share. I guess they're just kicked me off. After i kept saying it works it works. What would a few doctors like. No this works you guys to patients. I said no. It doesn't what we need a double blind study thought. She says he doesn't know okay. So so the question. Everybody has and i want to hear it from you. Because you're doctor. What do you think was going on in other words. We're talking about life and death so it's hard for me not to get angry because we're talking about life and death you find something that works and you feel it strikes me the way you're relying the story that it was not just some people that it was almost like. There was a memo that we have to shut it down. They got excited. I mean am. I misreading it. Am i overstating idea. What was your sense as a doctor when you started to get this pushback time. We we we talked to doctors having subsets brand Dog as ob mckinney techs with doctors and excited but it was just crazy like no. Why is this

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"john house" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Slow and careful approach to recording began with the earliest tracks the Beatles worked on for what would become Sergeant Pepper. Two of the songs never made it to the album as the Beatles did bow to the insistence of their record company that they issue a long overdue single. Paul McCartney's Penny Lane and John Lemon Strawberry Fields Forever. This is Steve Turner, author of a Hard Day's Write The stories Behind the Beatles songs Paul and John used to compete with each other. And, uh, I guess when Paul heard Strawberry Fields and Paul would have known about strawberry fields, obviously because it was Salvation Army home in living not far from John's house. Then he did his Liverpool song, which was Penny Lane. Penny Lane, not very far for from strawberry fields that are very different songs. I mean, John's is much more like an interior journey Paul poses a very sort of almost like magical realism comes to Liverpool. It's not a very attractive part of Liverpool Penny Lane, but when you listen to that song you think is absolutely glorious. You know, It's um It's like a picture postcard. But I think Paul had that ability to put the sheen on on something that's very ordinary and transform it. Penny Lane is is really probably my favorite record of all time. It's so it's like you put it on and and just sunshine comes out of your speakers. You know, it is the most Positive good vibe dispensing record I've ever heard in my life. It goes from a major to a minor key. You know if I play it, Can you hear that? You know if if I play it on, um on the piano, you know the currents. It's it's in B major verse, and then it just goes to B Minor. You know, it's just a strange.

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"john house" Discussed on The Combat Divas Podcast

The Combat Divas Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on The Combat Divas Podcast

"And more now they married they lose house. What's they can't take each other anytime space Ninety dollars every now and then they need personal space. I mean i'm not. Judging is just sounds really unconventional Now i've heard of spouses living in the same household. Perhaps separate bedrooms. They grandparents ahead. They had like they they they marry a but they've come to not be able to sleep next to each other. One person schnorr. That other person moves around too much in deserves arrest in all these things develop over time but now not completely completely separate residences it. It's happening more. They live separately. You know and if in fact it works. They say is range. It takes away a lot of the pressure to you. Know to cohabit saying is now. I mean most of these people have more money in life. I i'm not sure it's allowed. These people have children. Maybe they do have choose. Children are older now or they just raise. It should understand. They monitor it together. Just always lived. I think that that may be a thing for either one couples from john house who don't have children at this time also like he was saying Maybe they do have children in their children are adults now. They moved out of the home and lip separately but still wants to be together. I mean i've never heard of that far as like marriages go like in relationships. Yeah like just a regular traditional relationships to where you know you have your own space me. I'm not that. I've never been that person's hidden why let's move in together like just because i mean i enjoy what point i mean. 'cause i enjoy my own space. I enjoy my own my own stuff around me. I enjoy going small refrigerator and grabbing the thing that i want to eat or things i wanna drink in go back to the frigerator is still there. So maybe have sharing problem with something. Like 'cause i definitely.

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"john house" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"In which truth with a capital. T. like divine knowledge bodies Tell me more young. It's like when when you think of it. It's like We are energetic beans and we have architectural energetics about us and everything everything. The universe Sources that way or experiences life in that way and so it. I've had the privilege of living in an architectural home being very connected to architects actually throughout my whole life. When i was a child. I grew up in notre but not because my parents had the notre. My brother's best friend's father built it. And then my friend lived in it. And we were in anchorage alaska. Like how do you what's annoying. It's a it's a. it's a famous architect that is part of the case studies movement. Which is the sort of postmodern california wave of architecture. So it's my house. John house which is the architect larkin. O.'hurley he He's much in that genre of that type of of of design architecture. So i'd written in my unpublished memoir. Which i'm still writing on which is forever expanding continuing I included a section in there about architects. Really speaking to that architects are are deep healers of our life and especially i think in the us more. We haven't really been in touch with that. And so you know you have a lot of things that didn't need to be built. But i think on the other side when i was building my house. You know people were like well you could. You could just do it yourself. And it's true. I could've just done it myself. I meant designer. I've done interior design. I've done fashion. i'm an artist. Sure i could have done it myself. But it would not be anywhere near the experience of collaborating with logan and having this amazing artist in that field of architecture work with me to create something beyond so and my house has been one of the most photographed houses of the decade the last decade. We're already in a new decade But she was on the cover of italian vogue. British chiku our record rob report. I mean quite a lot quite a lot of celebration of her so anyway. So i don't know how we got off on zach. We're asking the house the remodel and i'm actually glad you brought up their contextual piece Because i wanted to talk a lot about beauty and you know you've helped reframe a lot for me and my life just through the years. I started listening to rich eight years ago. When i was in new york. I was just having my spiritual awakening and when you would come on. It was like this. I had never heard a woman be so in her power in the way that you were and it was like this like drop of like clear medicine. That was like whoa. I had never because ways. In which i had heard women being their power was it was the ways in which of what the feminist movement has portrayed which is working hard climbing the ladder. That sort of thing but yours was just such a medicine. Woman way of expressing yourself that. I'll i will never forget and one of the things that you really re taught me or reframed for me was around beauty in the importance of beauty and really liberated for me. A lot of the shame. I felt of wanting to live in beautiful spaces or see beautiful things or feel beautiful my clothes and feel beautiful. My experience can you talk a little bit more about how you perceive in see beauty. Yeah definitely will thank you for that. I'm i'm honored that i held a little bit of support for you. So thank you for that recognition Sometimes you know when. I'm when i'm kicking dirt. I'm like i'm just going to go seeing and i'm gonna stop talking completely as my voice is very soft like when people hear me sing. They're like that's your boy. That's your singing voice and it's very soft and very feminine and it's it's a very sacred thing for me and a lot of times when i listened to myself back. I'm like oh you look your you know because when i speak there is a certain energy or power that i feel as sometimes my personality would prefer me to not be so intense so thank you for that reflection but i think that you know maybe in the earlier days of my spiritual awakening which is forever going eternally for multiple lifetime. So it's just you know nobody. Nobody get all excited. Because you hit a level because there is no level. I guess is what what was amazing and i feel some of the energetic what you were just speaking to so. It's the conflict when we step on the path and we're like wait. I'm i'm spiritually connected. So now i wanna be a monk. And i should be okay with shaving my head and you know how about if i put on this orange. You know robe. Or i sleep on the floor on a mat. You know. all these are experiences that can be very beneficial and very expansive and we are in a modern world and likely we have had those experiences in other space times or other places of our identity and what i started to realize that even the shaved head is an outfit you know. Even the orange robe is an outfit and so when i used to be suspect or critical of myself for for instance liking to perform or liking to speak or wanting to be seen What i started to do is shift the lens on that and receive that as a divine part of my makeup so if i am going to be one of the luminaries of this planet and this realm so so what if that attribute of mind the fact that i love fashion that i was fashion designer that i love ceremoniously dressing myself that being in an amazing space impacts the energetics of everything that i'm doing so what if all of that is in fact part of my superpower is in fact the thing that makes me able to fully embody all that i am and then i came into connection with that beauty is actually the first tenant of a spiritual life as human beings being in beauty. Now that might. I'm not talking about beauty from the mall. But let's talk about beauty connected to nature and the nectar of a mango and the aroma of lemon. And the you know the other worldly magic of of a leaf of a plant like yesterday. I was walking just somewhere very normal and i looked down and saw this leaf. That looked like it was out of avatar. And i just said to it like you're so beautiful like you know it's all around us and being in that beauty through food through sensuality through sensory experiences. I mean we are in the physical form we are in the form and so a beauty for me is the foundation of living spiritual life. Yeah i. I've often had those moments in nature and and i've noticed a correlation between my ability to have reverence for nature and my ability to have reverence for my own beauty and there are days when you know we're a little bit harder on ourselves and it's almost like that s- awareness which isn't turned on so i'm unable to really take in the beauty around me and have reverence for that because of kind of this inner dialogue or.

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"john house" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Of it was that i asked the person charlie very honest i drove. I can't find it anywhere. I'm serious lean-to over charles. You've been doing with the olympics. All i have been following it. I've been watching some stuff. And i confess that i was staying up till all hours once or twice this past week. Just checking things out live because somehow there is a difference between watching something happen in real time compared with watching a packaged. Primetime are so gary jock. You got the you got the questions out there. So let's see what we've got and all these from patriot on yesterday on I'll start off. Chuck on full up on jay maji you. We go is oxygen deprivation a major case with swimmers who train and compete for olympic. Gold what kind of transformation do their bodies go through in being able to push their bodies while getting less oxygen folk k. john house. You're very tighten that question a little bit and ask you sure. I'm if are the better athletes better. Because they do well with less oxygen or because they've done something with their physical fitness that they always have more oxygen available Both are kind of. And i presume it doesn't. It doesn't focus just on swimmers anybody with his manager. At and in fact there is a method of blood doping where you add oxygen hemoglobin rich stunning into your body. So there's a way to cheat on that too but oxygenation is a very good question and if you add oxygen rich hemoglobin not a separate chemical different from the rest of. What's in your body if you have a higher percentage of human in your blood than you can process oxygen little bit and you won't get caught. Yes that or supposedly. I believe that's called that the keith richards. When they'll live and train. Altitude charles you harvest one of the Elvis's able to take him more. Oxygen you keep it knowing that you oklahoma at sea level. And then you with with your round planchon with your own blood to tour. Different cyclists are in fact Infamous for doing this kind of work and at and note no disrespect to the people who don't like this guy. One of the reasons why mind respecting. Okay yeah well no no no. No i'm saying. I understand why you may not like them. But one of the greatest cyclists of all time because of his the way his he metabolize he was able to retain oxygen and his blood is Lance armstrong well. His doping is now well recorded legendary and if he were not doing that maybe he would not be one of the greatest cyclist of all time. But that's another conversation for another time to answer specifically the oxygen users. Use chuck nice just politely house already. Chuck charles as i was saying. I said if you don't like him i understand. Do like it was just the facts of the circumstances. But okay going going charles. Yeah with oxygenation is very interesting for swimmers for example Asthmatics people have a hard time. Taking in air sometimes are told to swim to help them deal with that better. Some of the a world's greatest swimmers of all time actually have asthma for example. Amy van dyken who won many gold medals in swimming was asthmatic and as a result of for example. The way that she swam she was able to use her muscles in work Her body despite the fact there was a difficulty in her. Being able to take in air is because you force your body and train it to breathe at these regular intervals. So it's really breathing exercise at that level not only breathing yes but also the ability to do something very effectively. Even though you're not intaking more okay. So what about the sprints like the fifty meter sprint. They didn't even come up for air. So now they that's Whose name same bald is so good. He actually held his breath the entire time. He was running just to try and make a fair fair. Can't tell if you're joking or serious. Tying shoes when everyone else began but yet it's true The the people who are doing the fifty meter sprint swims over the twenty seconds where. They're working like crazy. They might come up for one breath. That's wow all right keep it going what else we have. Hey yeah wow look at that. Well we're not gonna make you hold your breath for the netscape astrophysical here. So earth's atmosphere didn't always have oxygen. It was likely carbon dioxide and it's very early stages and the whole ecosphere at the time sat on carbon dioxide and and and released oxygen as a byproduct and so we. We can argue here. I think charles would. I think we'd agree. The biggest climatic change ever words was the conversion of our atmosphere from co two based oxygen have oxygen. The great the great oxygenation took hundreds of millions of years and it was the most significant extinction event in the history of life owners. Oh wow so. It was like for us What global warming will be every possible very cool except global warming is happening on this timescale human. Yes whereas you take care of hundreds of millions of years yeah. Oxygen then enabled a whole other level and classification of metabolism to take place as like rocket fuel for for for skopje animals. Yes we but that took it took forever to evolve then everything that didn't evolve that die out very there. It is okay. i'll give question. Give me another one area here. We go this is Michael tacoma and he says hey guys which sport of all sports and your scientific opinions requires the highest level of eye hand coordination and why they hockey tennis badminton ping all..

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"john house" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"It's free. do it highly recommend it top down shooter something to change up what we've been playing. It's not you know it isn't rpg but it's not stripped solely rpg or memo or it's not just ps. It's it's it's a fun game and it's you can do couch co up and you can do online co op. Nice so hell you sounds fun score all right and then and then i want to briefly talk about flight simulator. Just for whatever anybody's experienced this game any that much. I i did play it. So i had a lot of fun playing it but joe where your experience on that game. I thought it was cool. Cool shit. I actually over john's house text by over your ass right now nice. That was weird. I'm sitting on a toilet at work. And joe just flew over your house in flight simulator delayed in flight simulator. Partly what going to alaska. Come pick me up. No i did. I did i it's funny taken off. You look at my flight record. They show all the takeoffs but none of landed. because i've crashed all oh shit. I just want to fly over areas like i flew over my house at flew over miguel's house and you know showed. The boys were watching god. Let me see the school. So i flew over their school. It's really really cool. Flew over disneyland and it was. It was very neat. really cool. How close were you able to imagine. How close were you able to get to my house you. If you're good enough you could land on your front porch. Yeah it looks like shit but you can. Well that's because you have to update it. Yes have to update sports and not look like shit which i did so yeah you could fly over. I mean i could get down to where just at the tree level..

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"john house" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"So that was the worst thing is just law it's a complete fallacy if you read the book at essay my book The minimum jekyll john house. Who's georgetown law professor. He talks about how this concept of just law is really nonsensical. And i'll give you one example that you that you will agree with. It's in the book as well. There's an old lady and she basically signed a contract with some samba instructor for ten thousand dollars right. What's the just approach. One say the point of law is so people. Don't get exploited. We have to break the contract. The other person can say the contract is the basis of law. It's not the courts job to be an activist judge. We have to honor the contract. Both of those are perfectly reasonable perfectly objective and demonstrate that no matter who the judge is. They're going to bring their preconceptions to the court system. But i had a decentralized both sides if you had a decentralized system where you can choose what kind of rules you follow. It will have much more just and efficient and cheaper outcomes but it. Isn't that only a problem. If you believe that the free consent of individuals maximizing individual. Autonomy is the end of government. You know if if you really believe that. This woman has some right to solve. The samba instructor has a right to sign a ten thousand dollar contract. Whereas if you think that's hogwash. And you believe the justice is the end of government. And you believe that you don't actually have the right to do wrong and you don't have the right to just pursue whatever whims your your will tells you then. Couldn't you appeal to a higher authority. Couldn't you say it's immoral. It's exploitative it's Violates some aspect of the natural law rather the so you're in favor of judicial activism when it suits your purposes. I'm favor of the natural law. And i'm in favor. Favorite justice if the basis of government is justice wise it so darned bad delivering it. Well if i if. I'm gonna go to a restaurant and they're serving sushi and the fish keeps getting cooked at a certain point. This is not a sushi restaurant. Sure but but you know this is a fallen world. I i suppose this would be one of my divergences from some anarchists or some sort of proto anna arguing that the words ball. I don't think this is a utopia topi as possible. I agree with you that there's a lot of depravity in any country that is inevitable so so therefore any system of justice is going to be imperfect. There's no question about that sure so so granted all of that you know. Some systems of justice are better than others. Sure i'm more interested in peace and justice and liberty. You know if you and i base maybe you you invited me out to dinner and then basically you stick me with the bill. Justice would be like a pitch a fit but at the same night could be like okay. That's michael being michael. It applied both michelson. Either of us be the jerk and situation and corolla is enough pursue justice so as cherish and sure and i lost short. I've always relied on the kindness of strangers. But i'm also biting my tongue right because you did meet. Do me an injustice and you didn't pay for the bill that you promised right. We all have to have these little compromises day-to-day lives. So i think justice as a term is overrated. Let's talk about criminals. I perfectly have no problem with someone. Who's an assailant on children or a violent criminal They void their right to life. Right i have no with that at the same time. My biggest concern isn't retribution. My biggest concern is how do i make sure this person is never in a position to harm people again. That to me is a far bigger priority. That seeing justice be had necessarily but but i recognize that temptation i think it's widespread now to make rehabilitation or deterrence instrumentation. I just said the goal of pre by prison is important in in many cases isn't justice but like gotta get this guy off the streets because if he's on the streets he's going to be killing people but if that is the primary purpose of the prison then don't you open yourself up to all sorts of of moral quandaries for instance if as i believe it is. The purpose of prison is retribution for people who've primarily retribution although deterrence rehabilitation are secondary matters. Then a guy commits a crime. You bring them up on trial you throw them in the can if the primary purpose of prison is to get bad people off the streets then. Couldn't you throw someone in prison before. They've committed a crime right because they're very likely to because some social scientific data set has suggested that they're likely to commit one well that is the progressive mindset. Right follow the science. And i don't think at all. I think you if someone has to have demonstrably actually done something before. They're likely to do something. I i don't think that you obviously don't think i don't either. But i think that if if you come to the conclusion that you and i have then you you must also conclude that the primary purpose the sort of pregnant for criminal. Justice is retribution rather than some secondary goal. I i don't think it's retribution. If the person hasn't done anything richard richard. If that's what i mean. I don't think you should go to prison if you haven't done anything. But i think that therefore the primary purpose of prisons for instance is retribution. That is to say it is justice rather than some secondary aspect of impressive i. I wouldn't agree. That retribution injustice are anywhere near synonymous and i think a lot of times again. I and my goal versatile. The prison systems a whole other conversation. Which i'm sure you and i can have because there's lots of people who are in prison and a thing you as a christian certainly would agree is Things like the death penalty and innocent people being killed although you might argue that the that's overblown when that individual is innocent..

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"john house" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Chevrolet newsroom three people arrested in Raven County after a recent raid turns up dozens of weapons and illegal drugs. Details have access Wdun and coming up on North Georgia's news, talk, putting the Talkin News talk. It's the Martha Zoller Show on Am 5 50, an FM one. Oh 2.9 wdun. Mm. After 20 years of fighting a war against terrorism in Afghanistan, American troops are leaving the country. This troubles Columbus City councilman and veteran John House. Afghanistan's become a base once again for terrorism, so lot of unknowns and that's what worries me. The Pentagon reports. The majority of US troops are out of the country 10% remain in Kabul veteran Marvin Broadwater senior tells w tbm with few soldiers remaining leaves thousands of Afghans who worked alongside U. S troops. Vulnerable to the Taliban. That's going to rain for quite some time in the minds of our service members as they have established friends with Afghanistan in the White House says complete withdrawal is expected by September 11th. I'm Liz Kennedy. It's the Martha Zoller Show in broad. What drew me to that was this was in Columbus, Georgia. And this is 20 years down the road of the beginning of the global war on terror, which really started if you look at the attacks they made on us. Like, you know, in Yemen and other places before that has started before that. It's a long term thing. But I loved the fact I was drawn to the fact that here are people that served, and now they're the City Council member and may in Columbus or they're the mayor or their, You know, a business person in Columbus. I mean, these are the people that really we should be consulting about this kind of stuff because they're actually living it. Uh and I loved what they had to say. So let's listen, Um Caleb to cut a three, which is veteran Marvin Broadwater senior telling us about the soldiers remaining. That would be relevant for quite some time in the minds of our service members as they have established friends with Afghanistan. He's over there. And then, um, Also, Councilwoman Tanya Tucker or Toya Tucker talks about how they're going to. You know why this this kind of terrorist fight? Is so important. It's a two Caleb We're fighting people that don't mind strapping up and putting a bomb and killing themselves to get their point across. So this war is so much bigger than just territory. And that's the.

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"john house" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"john house" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You back to the Big John House Show on the big 89 here, 6 36. Thursday afternoon. This is Rob Johnson, former Chicago TV guy and current communications consultant spending a few hours with you this afternoon, and I'll be back tomorrow on Friday, very excited about that. It is an absolutely beautiful evening in Chicago, albeit a little chilly, but it's you know, early May Not a cloud in the sky right now. Just stunning as we're sitting here just over the bridge and River north on But at the NBC tower, it's terrific. And we're glad that you're here with us today on the Big John. How will show As we kind of head into the garage here, getting ready to wrap things up in a little bit, But first of all, I want to just talk to you about your computer. Your smartphone your iPad. Everybody's got passwords. Plenty for everything. Did you know today is World password Day? I'm not sure what that means, Other than perhaps their, you know their highlighting the fact that maybe you need to change them from time to time and I have to tell you I do keep a list of all of my passwords because there are literally dozens of them, and I'm sure a lot of you feel the same way for all the things you have to log on to, and I keep mine kind of similar. It's not, You know, 12345. It's not something obvious. It's something unique to me. And and I I listen, I'm not challenging. Hackers do anything, but, um, they're fairly similar, and I'm wondering What's Dr Michael Ocean from Endicott College in Beverly. Massachusetts, thinks about that logic. He joins us now on the phone on the big 89. Dr Ocean. Thanks for joining us Welcome. Thank you, Rob. Pleasure be here. So today's world Password day and this is an opportunity for you as a professor of computer science and cybersecurity to tell us to do what Well, I would say maybe you can celebrate world password Day by extending yourself some person. Give yourself some forgiveness for maybe any bad password. Haven't you might have and try to make a change. It's not too hard to fix him. What kind of changes do you want us to make? Okay, So what I'm saying First of all is make sure you're not using the same password for lots of sites. It's a really big problem. You know, if your head I said Oops, keep going. Keep going. I need to hear this. I need to hear this. Yes, the trouble is right Data breach. No, no, that I've listened. There's no there's no doubt about it, and we know what a big problem it is A man. If you get hacked, there's almost nothing that makes me matter. Like seriously like who's sitting around in their basement? Who has time to do all this stuff? Well, lots of people. This is their source of income. This is their way. Toe. You know, Reed may him, isn't it? Yeah, I mean, the technology cuts both ways right? It makes it easy for us to have access to all the things we want have access to, but it also makes it easy for that actor is to try to get access to your data. But you know, there's it cuts both ways, right there Tools that we can use that everyone can use it to generate better passwords to try toe adopt a better strategy. You know, I wouldn't personally recommend. You know if you are using the same password for multiple sites, it would be a good time to change them. When these breaches happen. I mean the site that I have to recommend people to check. Has something like 613 million passwords hosted on it. Just get the sense of the scale of the problem. And so if you lose your password using it for multiple places, Yeah, it's bad to bad idea. So let me ask you this, though, because I was just highlighting the fact that we all have maybe dozens of different sites and places where we have to go on. And if you're doing a different password for everyone, I just don't think you'd be so so I'm not. I'm not discounting the importance of this at all. I don't want anybody to think that for a second, but what I do want to say is You know? How do you keep track of all that stuff? Even if you have a safe place where you feel like you have it written down. Oh, yeah, It's a challenge. I recommend people use password both apse. So these air applications that you can trust with your passwords. You can enter your password into this up application. It's encrypted with a secret key. So it's true that you're basically just keeping track of another password. But the idea there is a good password. Balzac would be a sort of application that If you lose the password to that vault, no one can help you get it back right. The idea is that it's very, very secure. And so it's very important to write that password down. But he's asked that you can use these past results can actually even generate for you like fully random passwords. And therefore it's things that you literally can't remember and shouldn't even necessarily try to remember. And then you could just rely on those ups to help you out. But even still right, you'll want to back up that vault to multiple computers because you know you lose your phone or you have some sort of data loss. When you're here, laptop or your home computer. Do you have a different problem? But, you know, also the other thing I would say, frankly, is if you have access to an I T department with your employer asked them what they recommend right? They often have really good advice, and they'd much rather share their experience with you before you have a problem instead of after I always feel like the corporate websites the You know, the company that you work for. I feel like they always and they always have pretty good firewalls and various things up. And they're always very vigilant about that. So I don't know that people would worry as much about that one as they would for say something personal or shopping. App that they use or you know their insurance. Or, you know, whatever The case may be the ones that are more personal nature, I think would be of higher concerns than the ones where you have an I T department that is monitoring things on a regular basis. I think that Szilard Lee True. What you say is very important. Robert. I think it's important that people distinguish their financial accounts and any account to basically if it's compromised can cost you money. As opposed to, you know, um or a less critical account on then, you know, you want to protect those accounts with a very different strategy, right? I personally You know, we'll we'll keep my any banking accounts separate from these other accounts. I think it's important to do so. I think you make you make a great point there you really do. Yeah, I think you know. And with respect to ask me, right T department, I would just ask them what their best practices are. There's no reason you can't bring those things home, right? The does those policies the absolute recommends. You know, you could do this thing. Same things at home. Um And you know, even stills right? When the business gets hacked or when someone accidentally discloses information that compromises the company, he can have really huge ramifications, Right? That's all most of these breaches happen. We wind up losing a ton of passwords because you know, somebody makes a mistake. Yeah. No, there's there's no question about it. What are you seeing? Because I know that you're also very well versed on the cyber security side of this. What are you seeing about the frequency with which this fraudulent behavior is going on. Does. Everybody is trying to protect themselves? Is it bigger business than ever? Is it a bigger problem than ever, or do we have it under control a little bit. What's the one of the realities? I mean, it's funny to say this on world password Day, but I think our best strategy moving forward is actually not just passwords. Right? The sooner we can get away from just passwords, the better. And so for a while, we had what's called two factor authentication, and you probably know it from every time you log into Google or whatever you unable to factor out, except you just ignore it and keep going. But you really should. You really shouldn't enable those things. The multi factor authentication And really dramatically increase your security. So we're not just relying on passwords, right? So that way, you know if you do lose the password, If you do have something go wrong. Somebody would also have to have your phone or, you know, whatever. Whatever and mechanism they use Toc secondarily, check your The password, But, yeah, I mean it. Zapata. Um, that's a big problem. But you know, safe is a really subjective term, right? We try to eliminate all risk and Yeah, You know, it's it's gonna be inconvenient are impossible. But, you know, I would say that we're we're doing a pretty good job. I think I think especially with what's coming down the line. I think you know, a little bit of an arms race, but knocking on for Mike. I hope you're right. I hope you're right. And we should probably be more vigilant about it every day, Not just on World Password Day, but Dr Michael Ocean. Professor of computer science at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. Thank you for joining us on the big 89 sharing your wisdom with us. Thank you so much for having me. I really enjoyed it. All right..

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"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Targeted stimulus checks. And also you have the Republican Party coming out with a program. That's you know, roughly $900 billion rather than 1.9, But we're still looking to see that there could be potentially be some strength in the second quarter of this year. China What is it about the nature of this shock? That means the economy is changing directions so quickly? At any given time. The recovery is really, really fast when we just start to pare things back a little bit. What's your read on that? Well, I mean, a lot of it has to do with the progression of the virus and how many cases there are and certainly how governments react to that and how consumers react to that. But we're very constructive on the fact that we do have this vaccine rollout. Certainly, you know, there have been some estimates in terms of when there could be widespread availability of vaccines and herd immunity. That could potentially mean that we start seeing a pickup on activity late spring. Over the summer. People get out their travel, go to the beaches spend money and consequently we have a very strong second half of the year. But again, it really depends upon the evolution of the virus, whether not their new strains that come online that caused renewed disruptions and economic activity. Dana based on the data that we think getting in the speed of the recovery. Do you think that there's going to be less economic scarring than people had expected, say three months ago. Well, I mean, certainly in January. Some of the data are better than expected. Most people are looking for potentially even a negative GDP print the first quarter. Maybe you won't get that our own views. Naval C 2% growth. But certainly there is still a lot of scope for starring in the labor market. We still have roughly nine million people who are not working. Many people have left the labor market, especially older workers and women. And certainly the older workers to retire. They're not coming back, but certainly with women. We know we're very concerned that they will have difficulty coming back is the labor market and certainly they're going to be certain industries that are never gonna be the same. Certainly because of the virus, And so that means jobs are attached to that there still could be scarring in the labor market. Even if GDP growth looks better than expected doing it. Do you expect that we can apply stimulus to the people that really need the stimulus? Well, I don't work in the government, so hopefully there are mechanisms to make sure that you know, certainly people who have experienced uh employment and also losses and income will get those stimulus checks and that people who are Potentially upper income are in that kind of case shaped recover the upper part of vacation recovery that have not experienced any interruptions that are actually doing well. Don't necessarily need it, but that we make sure that we get it to the people who really do need it. How that's gonna work. I don't know. But let's hope that that that could be achieved well, just to build on what Tom was talking about. There's a composition of the stimulus is very much at the heart of a heated debate. The idea of the efficiency of a 1400 check for $1400 check to Americans making below a certain income. Versus funding to state and local government or the necessity for both. What is the most efficient use of funding? What is the greatest need right now, Dana Well, I think you know the needs air pretty married. Certainly You have individuals who are in trouble because they had bouts of unemployment on door. They've lost income. You also have state and local governments who have shouldered No part of the burden of this in terms of testing, caring for people through the health care system, also loss of revenues as people have been unemployed and also, some people have been moving out of city regions. S O. It seems like there's a lot of trouble all around, and you know, it's not really up to me to determine where the money goes, but certainly as an economist, wherever there is pain, there is potential for dollars to go and to help the economy's either household balance sheets or the coffers of state. Local governments. Democrats catch up Good to see you as always benefit us in there off the conference board. Thank you from New York this morning, some economic data Pour over just a little bit. 7 79 is your initial jobless claims Reed previous read two bedrooms, 8 12 better efficient. It is better time and we should talk about the direction of travel. It improves. But look at how the bond market responds to this. If you can get the curve up two's tens thirties and just have a look at things. This is what the Fed wants to see. You're too yes will do nothing. It will do nothing honest about their reaction function of the Fed. Even if the economy improves, we're not hiking rates for the time being, so the two year will be pinned on is what happened to the long game. Tom. That's going to be more instructive about this curve in the months to come. You're not going to hear this in the press conferences around the world of central banking, but John to allude to your point. Central banks love when the market takes care of their heavy lifting, and that's clearly what we're seeing. Right now. The market understands the reaction function of fed. Lisa Yeah, that's important right now. We're looking at the spread between two and 10 year Treasury yields a key spread for financials widening out further now at the most since 2017. So you are seeing that continue. The question is at what point is to get too hot. Is the bond market. Get ahead of where the Fed would like to be John, you'll start to hear some noises from the Fed Pretty quickly I imagine your equity market up 2/10 of 1% 38 30 on the S and P 500. No man has a year and targeted 38 50. His name is Chris Half E. Of Wells Fargo. And he joins me on Bloomberg TV in about Oh, very nice. Oh, that's good As my promo. It's my program. What's your view on 4000? SP X? I mean, it's a tangible number. It's a big figure we get in there. It's on the valuations. They're right. The multiples expanded spent with the earnings growth comes from now What is the earning surprises Come from for that? You need to pare back the restrictions on this economy quickly. John gonna come down to the pandemic is, Mike says it sounds boring. Mark McKay always says it. That's what it's about, John. Huge social response to what we did You mean you didn't even wear boots in the snowstorm? You're playing hard to get the response. Take, you know the big boots and all that. I just just for you, John today and on radios. That's the Davos boots. I wore the devil's boots today. Just for very much did for you are joined Club house the other day. Yeah. You joined Club on slap ass the other day. I was at least gonna join. I've got no idea what to do with it if you want Clubhouse at Farrow TV. Tell me what another meant to do one. That's the club. Why did you go to Francie know that I think she's definitely not more than me about these things. I agree with you drinking tea over there from New York. Six. Bloomberg alongside some came at least for granted. Some Jonathan Farrow also available on clubhouse, no idea what happens there. Now. The latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar John Lisa John House Democrats vote today whether district representative Marjorie Taylor Greene of our committee assignments, House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy, says Green meeting with fellow Republicans last evening. Announced controversial comments,.

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"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"john house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For the first time a couple months ago in about 10 years, we've tilled the positive tactically towards value versus growth. We still think you need to hold both styles. But broadly speaking, Jonathan It's neutral on a kind of broad risk on risk off basis, take advantage of the recovery trade under the hood. That's how we're positioned right now. Sebastian a lot there. I have to go to your attempt to resolve the nexus. The best a Brahma nexus, which you did a great job talking about liquidity versus sentiment. But this dance is an uncomfortable dance with liquidity driving market action and sentiment catching up if sentiment catches up, and people take that cash And they put it to work. Whether it's in buying a triple a plane ticket or whether it's buying the next game stop item. There is a question of whether that causes the liquidity to go away right. This talks about the Fed's dilemma, and at what point does liquidity drive markets more than sentiment? Another words are we getting to a point we could see sentiment. Being actually embarrassed Indicator if it turns to positive Absolutely. And you know, the rate of changing liquidity has to go down. We just met sustained 30%, year over year jumps and sentiment. Is improving and if it improves too much without earnings, sustaining market returns, you get in a very fragile situation. I think the key is to look at the usual and this is an unprecedented environment. I promised myself I wouldn't say unprecedented because everyone says it what it is. The usual playbook for coming out of a recession. It's not at this stage in the recovery, it's not PE expansion. It's It's earnings recovery and we're looking at plus 20% expected for 2021 on the S and P 500. So, Lisa the way this fragility goes away, is it earnings in 2021 delivered cos deliver on earnings fundamentals increase you could you know you could end up in a year where stock returns or maybe flat, maybe slightly down. The average stock is up. Because you get a broadening of the markets, you know the way of describing the recovery trade, But that has to be sustained by earnings right now. Financials that pretty strong and you're talking about this deepening of the yield curve. Our analysts are upgrading financials and tech is doing quite well continue to generate massive cash flows accelerated digitization so we can get out of it. But we need fundamentals to pick up over evaluation. What a happy diplomatic conversation. Sebastian. Thank you. Come back soon. Investing Page T. Rowe Price, Okay. Of multi asset strategy. The market right now I paid points and the S and P 500 advancing 2/10 of 1% Tom Keen in about 90 minutes time. Initial jobless claims in United States of America claims your estimate 830,000 the previous read 8 47 Tom, considering when we were 12 months ago. Still in the wrong place. That's the one statistic that sticks out a DP Good. And, of course, the tone of the jobs report. One month's data is actually pretty good. But you're right. John claims just is not Broken in fish is obeyed down futures up 26 John. There's a lift to the tape. The race a marginal one up 2/10 of 1% of the S and P coming up on the program Republican congressman from Kentucky, Andy Barr from New York. This is Bloomberg. Now the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Barr, Tom Lisa John House Democrats will hold a vote today on stripping Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor grain of her committee assignments. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy says Green meeting with fellow Republicans last night announced past comments in support of racist and violent views and suggested That school.

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"john house" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"john house" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"And we are back. Okay you guys are needs to another big shoutout to say thank you for everyone and getting in touch with both you suggestions you comments on the lengths of the shows and your comments on the quality of guests you've all been very very praising is not the right word. I'm not museum very good vocabulary today. I do apologize. We've been great so sincerely. Thank you for all your feedback whether it be critical but in a nice way or whether it be good obviously i like that sort of stuff but the person that we've got a now is jen from utah. I spoke to jam through the week. Amazing guests spoke to her husband. Peter as well at the start. You don't expect it was off camera off camera. the hell am. I generally mean. And he's a lovely guy he got jan onto the show in fact but it's a fantastic story of some of her experiences so do pay very close attention. It's very scary. yes indeed. don't forget if you wanna come on the show like john house here then please let me know. Get into contact at talk about ghosts dot com. And that's the same address for if you wanna come on the show and chat to me or you wanna email in your story in written format which we love of course and then i read them out in that case but either way good. Don't forget contact. I talk about ghosts. Dot com right. Ladies and gentlemen i give you the wonderful gen from utah okay. It's my favorite time of the show each and every week. If we're look enough we get to speak to one of you. Wonderful people out there and you get to tell us your terrifying encounters and we get to all krepon little panties at them. And i'm very lucky enough to have on the zoom line. Here listen the name of jenn who was introduced to the show by a partner pizza who i've just had the pleasure of meeting too and the dog rusty as well. We've had a full on little metal before this. So hello jen. I kevin are you ok. I'm great how are you. i'm not too bad. thank you very much. I'm exceptionally warm. Which is strange freeze whereabouts in the us. You i'm in salt. Lake city utah. Utah anthony about utah. I'm not too sure. Yup we have the skin walker ranch. I will mazen rights. Okay have you ever been. I haven't either okay fantastic so obviously sent an email to say that you have a plethora of experiences and i'm really keen to get into those so please tell us your tail. There's a lot to go on. So i think i'll just start with mike. My grandma's house it is essentially a death house. My mom and her siblings and their parents grandparents moved in after the very first owner of the home who had died there and he he lived there his whole life and you know because he died in the house i he was just attached to it. He definitely haunted it so my mom and my aunts and uncles have all of these really insane stories. They mean to mr bill. Which i think is really creepy. But i you know they. They gave him and some of the stories that my mom has involve Being asleep at night and hearing rattling from the closet doors hearing wire hangers like someone was running their hands along them but none of the hangars were empty. And i think one of the scariest stories that she has is that she and her sister shared a bed. In one of the upstairs rooms cursor was out on a date one night. My mom was in bed asleep. Her back facing the door she heard the bedroom door open. Hurt someone come in. Close the door behind them and then pull the covers back on the bed and get in so. She thought it was her sister. She turned over. No one was there but there was like space under the blanket. Like someone was laying there and she screamed and jumped up and then all of a sudden the blanket just dropped flat. The blanket was raised up as if it was over. A buddy yet. Exactly wow yeah so a lot of raise like that between my mom and her siblings and then later on. I don't know the years. This was all way before. I was born but later on my grandpa actually died in the house as well and my grandma had these stories about how their routine kind of just stayed the same after he died he would stay up in the kitchen drinking tea before going to bed she would go to bed. Wake up see the kitchen light on. Sometimes she would hear the sound of the teapot like he was making tea. All of the same sounds and routines that he had still carried on for a while after he died all. That's beautiful low away isn't it. It's kind of early definitely. I agree the chief find it. That way old was she. She freaked out of it. No no she's. She was born raised catholic. So all of those things were very much you know house yet. Leafs to her she was never really afraid of it. And i think having lived in the house for so long with mr bill there. She was kind of use to it. All the sounds and everything. Why did they call it. Mr bill was that a particular reason why they call it mr bill. I don't know. I think maybe his name had been bill or william or something like that. I i've actually never gotten clarification on for either way. I think it's really creepy though. Interestingly enough there's a very famous liverpool ghost in our area. Obviously app. Called mr bill really. But he's allegedly a toll as in the mall you think of him the more chance. You've got to see him. So i try not to think of him not much really for the very reason. Let's move on after we don't to be so. My grandmother late leader had had a friend who was living with her same house. he I might just put a trigger running in here for suicide because he did die by suicide. It was really tragic. I was old enough. I think i was about ten at the time to. You know what was going on and having heard all the stories about the house beforehand. I was already kind of afraid of being there but after that happens. If you're escalated a bit and there were certain areas of the house that just felt really uncomfortable and uneasy after that There is a bathroom off the kitchen. That i don't know something about it just being near it. It just kind of elicited. These really awful like negative malicious feelings and everyone that was in the house kind of picked up on it like it was just a general rule like that bathroom door closed. No one would go in there that my grandma later died in house. Well and fortunately for me. Where i live now. That house is just a couple blocks away. So i've been able to drive past it and check up on it from time to time and my grandma passed away back in two thousand four. Maybe two thousand five and since then house has been up for sale at least once a year. Nobody will stay in it. Which i find really interesting. I think that just really speaks to. How haunted it is definitely a few minutes to go by yourself..

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"john house" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john house" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Afternoon, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Happy Thursday, 14 Day of January. Another warm went 49 degrees. Toasty out for January Wind has died down from last night out Pretty crazy. Last night is whipping point about 10 right now. Way exceeded the forecast. I already 21% humidity down in 21 tonight, mid forties tomorrow Saturday, partly sending 47 Sunday. 47 Monday Martin Luther King Day 47. The Snow is disappeared for Monday, but there's still a chance it's snowing Tuesday. Kisses, knowing Tuesday is 60%. Come on, Stay south Bump into New Mexico Storm right now. The 49 nice degrees. Some light clouds out there. All right. It's coming up in eight minutes after one o'clock. Busy show today by 1 15. Today we're gonna be joined by the Attorney General Hector Ball, Derris. We'll talk about security. In the capital and across the state. 1 30 Today, the host of a new show, which kicks off Saturday morning at 9 A.m., the show's called roadworthy Drive the host. Can Chester will join us Two o'clock today. John House, Laura Atkin from Represent US, New Mexico to 30 Today, Paul Gibson from Retake Our Democracy. Three o'clock today, the chairman of the state Republican Party, New Mexico Republican Party, Steve Peers at three o'clock today. That's the plan anyway. See if we can pull this off at 1 15, the attorney general Hector Balderas to join us. We will talk about security. In light of all of the.

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Loughlin, Giannulli get prison time in college bribery plot

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Loughlin, Giannulli get prison time in college bribery plot

"A a new celebrity analysis couple suggests have been sentenced the to number prison of lives for lost bribing to their the corona daughter's way virus into in a university the U. S. as crew is significantly recruits higher actress than Lori the official Loughlin told who played aunt Becky the tally on by full Johns house Hopkins University has been sentenced shows to two the months number behind of people bars who have died while from her fashion covert nineteen designer husband in the U. S. Mossimo approaching G. a newly one received hundred a five and seventy month five sentence thousand they were among dozens but the analysis of prominent parents of government who pled data guilty by in the what Associated federal prosecutors Press dubbed and operation the Marshall project varsity blues finds in the may number the of couple deaths admitted during paying the first half seven a million months dollars of in the bribes year funneling what is money many through a as sham two hundred charity and operated fifteen by Rick thousand singer to get their two above daughters what into might the university have been expected of southern California in a more as typical crew recruits year even though public neither health of authorities them was a rower have long U. said S. district some judge corona Nathaniel virus Gorton deaths expressed especially outrage early at on the couple's greed were mistakenly fighting attributed back tears to Laughlin other told causes the judge she admitted in the awful crisis decision may have led and indirectly allowed herself to be swayed to the loss from her of moral many compass other lives I'm by Jennifer preventing king or discouraging people with other serious ailments from seeking treatment Ben Thomas Washington

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Elton John to host TV, radio concert as coronavirus antidote

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Elton John to host TV, radio concert as coronavirus antidote

"We get to see the inside of Elton John's house and Billy eyelashes into McGraw's AmeriCares ease they will perform from their homes for the living room concert for America that will air on fox on Sunday Alicia keys the Backstreet boys and Billie Joe Armstrong also will perform a special will honor the health professionals who are helping to fight the spread of the new coronavirus it will air commercial free and solicit donations for charity for most people the corona virus causes mild to moderate symptoms such as fever and cough for some it can cause severe illness and death the vast majority recover I marquees are let off

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U.S. stock futures under pressure amid fresh concerns

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:12 min | 5 years ago

U.S. stock futures under pressure amid fresh concerns

"Time now for the bloomberg first word breaking news desk so let's check in with bloomberg's bill baloney good morning bill and good morning john lewis features are in a pressure right now a trade war concerns gaffey which just currently down one hundred and fifty six points espy's dropped twelve and the nasdaq futures declined by twenty one he was general that two point nine two percent asian markets were mixed overnight while you're markets are trading mostly lower let are led by grade than one percent losses in italy and spain back in the us on the economic front at eight thirty empire manufacturing and it's ten o'clock michigan sentiment after the bell last night adobe operating margins missed estimates end djabel earnings beat estimates and regarding earnings this morning canada goose beat estimates in deal news qualcomm inexpiable deal is said to be approved by chinese regulators an at and t close it's eighty five billion dollar takeover of time warner wrapping things up allegheny technologies cut to underweight over h e p morgan live from the first breaking news desk i'm bill maloney john thanks to bill the yield on benchmark ten year note of the us two point nine two percent has the price increases by three thirty seconds the two year yield at two fiftyfive that is a bloomberg business flash now with more on what's going on around the world here's michael barr thank you john house republicans are preparing to vote on a bill that would prohibit u s customs agents from separating immigrant parents from their children when they become into the country illegally officials in florida say six people were taken to the hospital after a roller coaster accident at daytona beach last night to riders fell to the ground from a height of thirty four feet in sports in baseball the yankees won the mets loss along with the as the red sox giants were winners in golf round two of the us open takes place today at shinnecock hills on long island after round one dustin johnson in poulter are part of a four way tie for the lead at one under in the world cup today portugal takes on spain finally from daybreak on the bloomberg terminal security at the eiffel tower is getting a makeover armored glass walls will replace the metal fencing on the perimeter of the monument over.

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