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Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet

"Has been tough. We know to have heard. Oh so very much about inflation. These past couple of months here there and everywhere. The economic news is about prices going up. What j. powell has to say about it. And whether it's gonna last or be to vote or lustrous fed chair transitory much though in all of this you and what you're thinking about and expecting since inflation expectations are a big part of whether inflation actually shows up. Here's marketplace's mitchell hartman to get us going. Go to the gas station. The price at the pump is more than fifty percent higher than last spring. Used cars up three percent major appliances up twelve percent of claudius som- who spent a decade as an economist at the fed says price spike. So far are mostly concentrated in things like vehicles and appliances and travel tied to the reopening of the economy and frankly over decades. We have seen a very moderate pace of inflation and the federal reserve is convinced that it is going to come back down. And that's what most consumers think too. According to a new survey data for morning console says economist. John lear consumers believe the prices of certain goods and pandemic hit sectors are likely to more rapidly than other goods so right now consumers expect trips and vacations and cars and home repairs to go way up in price but not items like furniture or groceries or rent.

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"john lear" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"john lear" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's hard to say that real quick But obviously the technology they pretty much scripted this and and it's so amazing when you look at the great engineers and a lot of young people involved in this, and I think that's another shot in the arm for inspiration for young women and men. In the engineering field. I mean, when she went down to the surface of Mars back in February, I was just sitting there watching the NASA channel when I looked in there, and it's a little different to me, Clyde. I wonder what your perspective it wasn't the older Type of astronomer or space scientists. It's It's really collectively, whole new generation obviously of young minds, but it's so incredible. It's like what shooting a bullet, they say from New York City. And hitting a target center of mass. All the way in Los Angeles, and if we think of it in that term, we're talking through 3000 Miles. We're talking seven months earning, so it's a little thing about it is 20 years ago what they were crash landing things on Mars. They were the size of a boom box. And they were they were destroyed by the Phantom of Bars. You know that of those things would work. And now you know, the young people are thinking we're thinking bigger and better. Let's put a car on Mars. Okay. Now, let's put a helicopter on Mars. You know what's next? Well, of course, Space X is gonna Fire a rocket to Mars, and it's gonna land on then take off again and come back. That's the next thing and it just grows exponentially. Finally, we have people that dream outside of the box. Finally, we have people. Did are the pushing the limits But see, I think that in that process and that motivation I goes back to the idea of confirmation, disclosure and containment of disclosure, because what we're seeing here is we're seeing, you know, scientists, as I say, like Gabi Loeb saying. Well, you know, the moon and Mars are like spider webs to pick up artifacts. Not before that would be laughed out of the side of the room because I mean people like Richard Hoagland said. Well, you know there are structures. I mean, John Lear did structures on the moon and you know, and their structures on Mars and the only way to see them is from up above And then what? We zoom in closer to the face of Sido Nia, and it looks like a kitty litter box that's been kicked over a couple times. But if we would have had a space helicopter, then We could've flown that thing over sight, Tonia, and then they'll be no doubt because I mean, you know, they say it's a trick of light. It's Parador Lee or whatever. But no. I mean, if we were able to have some really clear images From something like what we have with ingenuity. I think we'd be having a different conversation about now. Absolutely, Clyde and like I mentioned where I should mention, you know, to be on the record here. That this obviously extraterrestrial autonomous helicopters they call the technology demonstrator. We can expect some amazing things as we're seeing, but the next generation see, this is not carrying scientific instruments, and that's what the listeners need to know. And I'm sure they could read up on this. It's basically doing with the words technology demonstrator states and so far, which is amazing, And here's another fact to it on this that people may not realize. The rotational speed of this particular drone. You've got to get these rpm's upto like 2400 rpm. Hello, drone operators out there, you know better than I do. I don't own a drone. The point is, it's as if you were flying in an atmosphere of us say above the Earth, maybe up 110,000 ft. So you have to give him credit for this on a little solar powered device that if you looked at the dimensions of this, you know 5.4 inches And I'm reading this by 6.4 inches with little 1.3 ft when one ft three inch legs A little £4 object. I'm just blown away by this and you're so right. Imagine flying around locating these areas, but the but the understanding of artifacts or the discovery of artifacts on this most amazing planet. Exactly Dr Scott with Saddam to ground zero, some fascinating talk about Mars, ingenuity and perseverance. Perseverance, of course, now has made oxygen on Mars and another flight for ingenuity. Imagine what Ingenuity would have been used for if we could find interesting artifacts inside Oniy. Our King's Valley mean places that haven't explored and speculate about for centuries. Ancient cities, artifacts in places that way.

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"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

"We're friends. So thanks. That was Sherry. She's a holistic health coach who also likes to blogged, write poetry, draw and paint. Next. We have another from our story Slam series, this one from San Francisco for re partner with stations K L W and KQED. Here's John Lear. It took 326 strangers. Help me get over the death of my mother. In 2000 and eight. I didn't know much about cancer. When my mom was diagnosed with colon cancer Stage four I found out that cancer doesn't have a stage five. She had a couple of options she could get. Chemo. Forget it Radiation she could have surgery to remove part of her colon. Said. Hey, mom. That means you still have a semicolon. Was.

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Why consumer confidence is surging

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:22 min | 6 months ago

Why consumer confidence is surging

"Can confirm the facts of this story. We are tired of the pandemic and ready to shop. The technical term for this of course is consumer sentiment which determines how much we spend which makes up about two thirds of this economy and which is kind of key to our pandemic recovery while the university of michigan's consumer confidence survey shot up more than eight percent in march to its highest level in a year. that's still seven percent below what it was before the pandemic the government rescue package combined with the fourteen hundred dollar check or checks landing in many people's accounts. Well it's a pick me up marketplace's mitchell hartman gets going. It's been a week and a half. Since president biden seinfeld american rescue plan payments started going out within days. And that's been a big shot in. The arm. For consumers says john lear at morning console which polls americans everyday consumer confidence is really on a tear. They are growing more confident at a faster rate than they have fallen. The prior to stimulus packages. Lear says this time around the checks are bigger and they're going out faster plus the monies targeted to low and middle income households who were most likely to have lost work and be strapped for cash now. Rising confidence is likely to spark more consumer spending but lisa ruin that forbes adviser says it's not clear how much or how fast what we're seeing now. Is this really cautious optimism. Where people say okay. We can see signs that things are going to be getting better. But we're not quite ready to jump in headfirst. Forbes advisors latest survey finds. Roughly half of americans don't believe it's a good idea to reopen businesses one hundred percent before corona viruses fully contained and morning console finds. Well over half of americans. Still don't feel comfortable traveling or going to a restaurant. Shopping mall or sporting event. Jon lear's says moore vaccination and continued corona virus vigilance are crucial for sort of at this critical junction. Right now where. We need to keep cases down for the next three months. Let's say so that we're able to unleash. The full extent of are pinned up demand. Later in the summer he says. The money's there from the latest relief checks and surging savings. Folks just aren't feeling quite confident enough to spend up

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"john lear" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"john lear" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"2020 Glad to have you with us to close out the year we are about to end the year with nearly 20 million Americans out of work and receiving jobless benefits, and millions of people are turning to food banks for the first time. Whatever recovery 2021 may bring, will likely come down to consumer spending, which, as we often point out accounts for more than two thirds of US economic activity, and over the past couple of months that spending has been trending down Marketplaces Marielle Segarra reports on whether the latest pandemic relief package might change that trajectory. When Congress passed the first relief bill in March. It worked eventually, John Lear is an economist at morning consul. The passage of the cares Act drove an increase in consumer confidence, and that, in turn translated it into an increase in consumer spending. But it took a few weeks for that effect to play out. It takes time for the checks to hit People's bank accounts for states to distribute the unemployment benefits and for people to spend the money. Lear says he expects the scene this time around, and the government is giving people half assed much money this time, so expects any bumping consumer spending to be smaller. Also Sanya Lipinski, it AlixPartners says this moment is still looking pretty bleak. The virus is more widespread than it was in the spring. The vaccine rollout is taking longer than expected, and I think that all of those things together are going to make everyone make consumers more wary about going out and spending their $600 paychecks right away. Gregory Dacko, chief U S economist at Oxford Economics, says the relief package will help a lot of families that have lost jobs this year. But ultimately this money is a bridge until the virus is under control. You need to see in order to have a strong and sustainable economic recovery is a strong and sustainable health recovery, and that will only come gradually over the next few months. Maybe not until late spring or summer. Mariel Sierra for marketplace. Just a few more days to go in the Georgia Senate runoff elections, which will determine which party controls the Senate. So far, estimates are campaigns and outside groups have spent close to half a billion dollars on political advertising in the races. And with all that cash flowing into the state, there's at least one winner already. Small market radio Susanna Kapalua Toe of W. A. B in Atlanta, reports. Joseph Brennan manages 11 radio stations for PM Be Broadcasting in West Georgia Top 40 country Adult Contemporary Gospel, Active Rock Classic rock. We just got a little bit of it all. And what all the stations now have is political ads. Lots of them, though. David Perdue vote for working people Vote Reverend Warning. The choice for Georgia Kelly Leffler. John Ourself will listen to doctors inside Financial disclosures show.

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How those $600 checks are likely to be spent

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:06 min | 9 months ago

How those $600 checks are likely to be spent

"Three months. Most of the money stayed in the bank people spent about a third of their tax. Hilas says there are two reasons. A lot of people didn't spend all the money right away. I those who still have their jobs and income didn't need the money to pay their bills and with pandemic shutdowns. It was hard to shop and travel the money away. Meanwhile americans who had lost jobs and income tried to stash away. Whatever stimulus money they could people had expectations. That crisis would be very long in. Their income. Might be disrupted for a long period of time. This time around you know us thinks that even with vaccination underway. There's still so much economic uncertainty that most people will try to save some of the money again but that may be harder with this second round of stimulus checks nine months into the pandemic. Millions of americans are still out of work and unemployment benefits dwindling. John lear is an economist at morning. Consult lower middle income. Americans who really have very little savings have gradually had to eat into their savings because they don't have the income to cover their expenses each month. They're likely to spend their stimulus right away on. Necessities food rent utility bills and car payments. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace. The relief package also includes several types of aid for small businesses including a new paycheck protection program. And it's different from the last round. In a few ways. For example this time business owners can claim tax deductions for payroll and other expenses. Their p p p money covered small business advocates welcomed the change but as marketplace's justin ho reports owners. Still face a lot of uncertainty when it comes to their tax bills before the new relief package was signed into law new york city cocktail bar owner ushwyn day schmo just wasn't sure when he should apply for forgiveness on his. Ppp loan and how that would impact his bill even wait to do the forgiveness application until next year. It's just a waiting game. The new round of

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"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

"When will people start getting the $600 per person of covert relief money quite soon. Here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman. Getting checks out to Americans who are already in the I R s is System should be quick this time around, says Kyle Pomerleau at the American Enterprise Institute. The advantage of a second time is that you've learned all your lessons. You have all the infrastructure in place, especially for those that have already received one round because the information is already there. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says payments could start hitting Americans bank accounts as early as next week. That will be crucial to keep the recovery going since John Lear at morning consul, he points out as the economy was tanking last spring, the arrival of relief checks revived consumer confidence. I would expect a similar phenomenon. This time around. People are losing paying income, so it's impossible to overstate just how important it is to have this stimulus money hitting the economy right now. Palmer Low predicts more than eight in 10 American households could get a check. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. The spending bill also addresses a healthcare issue not specifically tied to pandemic. It would stop many of the surprise medical bills that can come as a shock when, for instance, an unsuspecting person's been in the hospital. And a health care professional gets put on the case Who wasn't on the health plan. Marketplaces. Nova Saw foe has that Surprise medical.

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U.S. stock market falls on plunging retail sales

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:00 min | 11 months ago

U.S. stock market falls on plunging retail sales

"One of the things we do on this program so that you don't have to is keep an eye on the incremental changes in this economy and then once a trend reveals itself put that into big picture context thus mitchell hartman starts us off today with this morning's report on retail sales up just attach three tenths percent last month less than expected and way less than september. Seeing how the consumer goes is how this economy goes. Here's mitchell with that promise to big picture context if you have anything to do with the retail business. Something you don't wanna see. Is this kind of fall off. In sales growth. In the fall october's report is actually a bad omen for the holiday season retail analyst committee on a chef ski at. Cf are a research predicts. This'll be the first year since two thousand eight that annual holiday sales. Don't go up john lear. At morning console says lack of new fiscal stimulus from congress is dampening consumers appetite to spend so is the pandemic when you see the number of new cases spiking as it is currently we see consumer confidence in the us decrease. This is not an equal opportunity retail slowdown. Though says analyst nick shields at third bridge main street retail is weaker than big box retail. He says smaller retailers have a harder time dealing with covid restrictions and transitioning to online shopping. Shield says if more of them shut down it'll hurt. The entire economy. Big brands will have fewer consumer outlets and commercial landlords. We'll take a hit. They do serve a lot of massive retailers like the department stores like walmart target but they also have small business and medium size retailers shield. Says we probably won't know until early next year. After the holiday shopping results are in how many smaller retailers are going to throw in the towel and shut down for good.

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"john lear" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Do with the earthquakes going on. We're seeing a lot more earthquakes down. I think that they are doing a lot of experiments down there. I think, you know, building bigger. Fractures and bases underneath us and it just think about it. You know, we've always not terrestrials, the ones that are abducting people, but Suppose you know its terrestrial And that doesn't negate the fact that there could be extraterrestrials out there or we are being visited. Right? Right, right. Not at all. I believe that, too. I think we have many species visiting us and, like John Lear said that summer in different summer, you know, negative summer positive, you know, benevolent. Benevolent. They have different agendas. Orestes on DH. I don't know why they pick on us, George, but they seem to like to pick on us. Well, I got to tell you what if they have that kind of technology that they've also been off the planet, and they may have been the other systems, the moon who knows where, Right? We know that there is supposedly structures on there. Like Barris talked about them and ghosts wandering ghosts. One when he was alive in did a remote viewing of the backside of the moon saw that Yes, yes. So something's going on there. There's a base there, too. So we just have so many things going on. We've been so controlled so deceived and you know it's time for closure and disclosure anyway of what's going on, But I don't think it's gonna happen because if we knew that so many of these beams Are actually terrestrial and underneath our feet there, there would probably be panic. I don't think we care about extraterrestrials because we've been conditioned to know that They probably exist, but I don't know about terrestrial. Ripped aliens underneath our feet. All right, let's go to the phones. First time caller Michelle and Moriarty, New Mexico. Welcome to the program. Hi, Michelle. Hi. How are you doing? Great. Good to have you on the show. Well, thank you. My question is if someone was a half breed Would they know that they were have free? I'm r h negative. I heard she tossed in some wondering in my part alien. Everything I wanted to say was, there is a interview on YouTube with a civilian female called Erna. And the voice over both the interviewer and Lasorda is computer generated, but what this person or this billion, says Makes a lot of sometimes wondered if you'd see that interview. What your thoughts are on them. Okay, Thanks going. I haven't seen them when? Thank you, Michelle. No, I haven't seen that one. I've just seen the one with Lisa from Canada. She's frank, a phone, which she just big French. But there is AH narrator that's speaking for her and tells what her experience was in her mother's experience, and that she is O r h negative, But I have to ask you this. Have you had any UFO are alien encounter. She is She's hung up. That's OK. Yeah, Yeah, I'd have to know if if she did have encounters because most of these people that D'oh Have r h negative. And I'm not saying that everyone that has o r h negative is an alien or has a butt. Yeah, but so if she did have alien encounters, and she's r h negative, then the odds increase again. Right, exactly. What does your work take you next? What's your next project? Well, you know, I'm not really sure this point. I've got some ideas. Georgia and I'm still working on some other things. And, you know, I had so many things that I want to know about and learn about so. I think it's gonna be a big surprise, even two main George. It's amazing the theory that you have here about this possibility. I mean, it's conceivable. I mean, a cz far fetched as it might seem, some dinosaur becoming so intelligent, but when you add 65 million years plus to the mix That evolution could occur. Who knows what could happen? And you know I wasn't the first to write about it. And David Barkley from the UK wrote about aliens being ripped millions and history. That was the book that came out in 1995 and When I found this I went. Oh, my goodness. This is what I've always start. You know somebody else thinks that And then, of course, we have a paleontologist who believe that if they, you know certain species of dinosaur the trod on Existed. Air survived that they would have turned into these aliens or what we know as terrestrial alien. Some call them parents. I guess I guess their brains got bigger and they got smarter and that's what happened. How did how did they survive? The asteroid strike of 65 million years ago. Well, you know, I think that they actually went underground. I really think they went underground before the event. I think that they were so advanced. They were already underground when it hit And so many of the other dinosaurs that were existing at the time were destroyed. And we know Excuse me that For just a moment. Sure. That we know that there are actually you know, dinosaurs that do exist. Maybe like The Loch Ness monster. You know their stories of what about Bigfoot? Well, who knows what What Bigfoot is, you know is that legend Is it really There's so many mysteries in our world, George. I just don't think that we're ever going to uncover everything to this world. You know, there's I think there's portals. I think that we have all kinds of creatures that come through these portals. Maybe the Chupacabra. Um, there's so many incredible things that just baffled me that I'd like to know all the answers Georgia. I really want all we all want. Let's go to Jo in the Bronx in New York, I Joseph Like that? Yes, you guessed..

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U.S. consumer sentiment has inched upward in May: Univ. of Michigan

Morning Edition

01:14 min | 1 year ago

U.S. consumer sentiment has inched upward in May: Univ. of Michigan

"Was April a closely watched survey from the university of Michigan just now shows consumer sentiment edged up only slightly in may with businesses reopening the consumer mood still is not lifting much market places Mitchell Hartman has background consumers are now feeling slightly more confident about the economy overall but people's anxiety about their own personal finances is still sky high says economist John Lear at polling firm morning consult millions Americans have filed for unemployment insurance it's unclear whether or not those workers are still able to meet their basic spending needs and Lear says about half of those who've lost jobs or had their hours cut aren't even getting benefits pretty sure holds at the economic policy institute says that's sapping confidence too that means that they are trying to subsist on much lower income they're going to have to cut their spending and it will make the recession worse and consumers remain very concerned about code nineteen continuing to spread leaner projects as a result we will not see any sort of a rebound in consumer spending in the near term at least until consumers are more willing to go out to dine and shop again I'm Mitchell Hardman for

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"john lear" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Share I'm David bring catch your first there is confirmation just now that the bottom fell out on consumer spending during sheltering in place April the government now says spending fell thirteen point six percent in a crisis those who can save often try and personal savings surged thirteen point one percent and that was April there are signs spending may be picking up slowly in the month we're just concluding now later this morning we'll get a fresher reading on consumer sentiment from the university of Michigan survey market places Mitchell Hartman has that consumers are now feeling slightly more confident about the economy overall but people's anxiety about their own personal finances is still sky high says economist John Lear at polling firm morning consul millions of Americans have filed for unemployment insurance it's unclear whether or not those workers are still able to meet their basic spending needs and Lear says about half of those who've lost jobs or had their hours cut aren't even getting benefits pretty sure holds at the economic policy institute says that's sapping confidence too that means that they are trying to subsist on much lower income they're going to have to cut their spending and it will make the recession worse and consumers remain very concerned about covert nineteen continuing to spread Lear projects as a result we will not see any sort of a rebound in consumer spending in the near term at least until consumers are more willing to go out to dine and shop again I'm Mitchell Hertzog for market place checking numbers the Dow future is up one hundred fifty seven point six tenths of a percent the S. and P. futures up four tenths percent nasdaq future down three points marketplace morning.

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"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

"Save often try and personal savings surged thirteen point one percent and that was April there are signs spending may be picking up slowly in the month we're just concluding now later this morning we'll get a fresher reading on consumer sentiment from the university of Michigan survey market places Mitchell Hartman has that consumers are now feeling slightly more confident about the economy overall but people's anxiety about their own personal finances is still sky high says economist John Lear at polling firm morning consul millions of Americans have filed for unemployment insurance it's unclear whether or not those workers are still able to meet their basic spending needs and Lear says about half of those who've lost jobs or had their hours cut aren't even getting benefits pretty sure holds at the economic policy institute says that's sapping confidence too that means that they are trying to subsist on much lower income they're going to have to cut their spending and will make the recession worse and consumers remain very concerned about covert nineteen continuing to spread leaner projects as a result we will not see any sort of a rebound in consumer spending in the near term at least until consumers are more willing to go out to dine and shop again I'm Mitchell Hertzog for market place checking numbers the Dow future is up one hundred fifty seven point six tenths of a percent the S. and P. futures up four tenths percent nasdaq future down three points marketplace morning.

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"john lear" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Spread deadly Kovic. Nineteen will consumers go to these businesses given the health risk marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports? After weeks of stay at home mortars there are bound to be some consumers ready to step out for haircuts workouts but to jump start. The economy consumers need disposable income and Camilla Janowski at cf. Ram Research says with layoffs mounting. That's in short supply. Even if people do get rehired and they do find a new job. I think they're gonNA be kinda stingy with their spending. Many who are still working won't be inclined to go out there. Scared of getting sick. Consumer confidence has fallen dramatically. Each day in line with the number of confirmed cases. John Lear at morning consult says as long as cove nineteen keeps spreading announcements that businesses are open again may not make much difference. Consumers are saying it's going to be about three to six months before they feel comfortable going out to eat going to remove the theater. Lear says consumers will need to know. The testing is widely available and that there are ways to trace an isolate people who are sick to keep other safe from contagion. I'm Mitchell Hartman. For marketplace we do track markets. Crude oil is stable. This morning at sixteen fifty two a barrel that is still very low. The Dow future which tracks thirty stocks is up ninety eight points four tenths percent the SNP future tracking five hundred of them is up five tenths percent. London's One hundred share index is down.

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"john lear" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"S. economy the university of Michigan asks a sample of Americans this question every two weeks and a mid corona virus will have an update today here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman on what we could learn beyond the office early this year consumer confidence was nearly the highest it's been in a decade then covert nineteen hit when all of the sporting events were cancelled and there was news of celebrities contracting the virus consumers turned extremely pessimistic John Lear at morning consult says it surveys show confidence is down twenty four percent in the past month some of that from all the job losses and Lear says people increasingly fear for their financial security roughly fifty percent of U. S. households own stocks so when the stock market falls into questioning their retirements directly the Senate and Congress plan to inject trillions into the economy and mark Hamrick at Bankrate says that'll Buck up consumers but on the flip side if we see a substantial number of storefronts are shuttered that's going to undermine our sentiment he says keeping employers a float until they can start hiring again is key to an eventual consumer rebound I'm introverted for marketplace well the Dow rose one thousand three hundred and fifty one points or six point four percent yesterday the Dow future this morning is down the four hundred ninety nine points two point two percent London's footsie is down five percent now with the British prime minister Boris Johnson tweeting this morning that he has tested positive for covert nineteen with a call from the temperature he plans to continue to lead from isolation with the Dow up twenty one percent over three days you can now call it a bull market at least overnight here that really taught personal finance in the theory that now's the time not for action but for reflection marketplace morning report podcast later if you miss this on the air there is news today US consumer spending went up slightly in February remember last month was a different world when the stock market hit an all time high just before mid month we're also covering the car industry today were Ford and fiat Chrysler I'm not planning to re open some factories in April despite concerns among workers about the virus marketplace.

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"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on KCRW

"The Marshall cancer for marketplace need we ask how are you feeling about the U. S. economy the university of Michigan asks a sample of Americans this question every two weeks and a mid corona virus will have an update today here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman on what we could learn beyond the obvious early this year consumer confidence was nearly the highest it's been in a decade then covert nineteen hit when all of the sporting events were cancelled and there was news of celebrities contracting the virus consumers turned extremely pessimistic John Lear at morning consult says it surveys show confidence is down twenty four percent in the past month some of that's from all the job losses and Lear says people increasingly fear for their financial security roughly fifty percent of U. S. households own stocks so when the stock market falls you know at the telling their retirements directly the Senate and Congress plan to inject trillions into the economy and mark Hamrick at Bankrate says that'll Buck up consumers but on the flip side if we see a substantial number of storefronts are shuttered that's going to undermine our sentiment he says keeping employers the float until they can start hiring again is key to an eventual consumer rebound I'm introverted for market place well the Dow rose one thousand three hundred and fifty one points or six point four percent yesterday the Dow future this morning is down four hundred ninety nine points two point two percent London's footsie is down five percent now with the British prime minister Boris Johnson tweeting this morning that he has tested positive for covert nineteen with a cough in the temperature he plans to continue to lead from isolation with the Dow up twenty one percent over three days you can now call it a bull market at least overnight here but really talk personal finance in the theory that now's the time not for action but for reflection marketplace morning report podcast later if you miss this on the air there is news today US consumer spending went up slightly in February remember last month was a different world when the stock market hit an all time high just before mid month we're also covering the car industry today were Ford and fiat Chrysler I'm not planning to re open some factories in April despite concerns among workers about the virus marketplace.

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"john lear" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thirteen weeks of benefits and most Americans would get checks from the federal government twelve hundred dollars per individual and five hundred dollars per child subject to income limits I mean it's C. Marshall cancer for marketplace no need I ask how are you feeling about the U. S. economy the university of Michigan asks a sample of Americans this question every two weeks and amid the corona virus will have an update today here's marketplaces Mitchell Hartman on what we could learn beyond the obvious early this year consumer confidence was nearly the highest it's been in a decade then coated nineteen hit when all of the sporting events were cancelled and there was news of celebrities contracting the virus consumers turned extremely pessimistic John Lear at morning console says it surveys show confidence is down twenty four percent in the past month some of that from all the job losses and Lear says people increasingly fear for their financial security roughly fifty percent of U. S. households own stocks so when the stock market falls you know if that's getting their retirements directly the Senate and Congress plan to inject trillions into the economy and mark Hamrick at Bankrate says that'll Buck up consumers but on the flip side if we see a substantial number of storefronts are shuttered that's going to undermine our sentiment he says keeping employers the float until they can start hiring again is key to an eventual consumer rebound I'm introverted and for market place seriously we're supposed to now call this a bull market technically yes with the Dow up twenty one percent over three days you could call it a ball in a few months contact me we can look back and discuss this together well the Dow rose one thousand three hundred and fifty one points or six point four percent yesterday the Dow future this morning is down three hundred seventy five point one point seven percent London's footsie is down three and a half percent bonds are slightly more popular this morning pushing the benchmark ten year interest rate down zero point seven seven percent there were also covering the car industry where Ford and fiat Chrysler are now planning to re opens some factories in April despite concerns among workers about the virus GM is staying close for now on is cutting white collar salaries by twenty percent.

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"john lear" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"As promised to jobs now. I think we remind you every now and then that the monthly unemployment report which came out this morning is what's known as a lagging indicator. It tells us what happened last month. Specifically if you want to get technical about it and clearly. I do what was happening. In what's called the Reference Week? The Week of the month that contains the twelve or to frame that a different way what was happening in February before corona virus became an economic thing though it now is so. What do we do with today's good news? That looks backwards. If we're trying to figure out the future marketplace's Mitchell harm is on the prognostication desk. I asked to communists what today's report. Two hundred and seventy three thousand new jobs in February unemployment falling to three point five percent means to them really the last waltz strong and robust monthly hiring. What a great report it was. But what does it mean for the future? Nothing right. That's Joseph Bruce Willis said our SEM consulting and Betsey Stevenson at the University of Michigan. Stevenson says this is a snapshot of the Job Market. Right before major supply and demand shocks from the novel. Corona virus hit disrupting trade travel and financial markets in the US. And she says we might not know how much of this is. Impacting businesses and consumers from the next jobs report either. Employment data is a lagging indicator. It's one of the last things we see when we see those jobs report. Starting tell us about the story. We're in the thick of it. The economy's already in trouble. Bruce Swallow says a sharp downturn in some economic activity is already evident. I'm calling this. The tip of the Spear Shipping Containers data a number of weeks ago. The volume of shipping began to slow in some cases. Double Digits Bruce Willis says that will likely show up. I in week hiring or possibly layoffs in transportation wholesale and retail trade manufacturing and an early warning sign of that he says would be a sharp increase in weekly jobless claims that could indicate that the unemployment rate is about to head higher. John Lear at morning console surveys consumers every week he says people are still feeling secure in their jobs but when they're asked to project twelve months into the future whether or not they think they'll be doing better or worse financially than they are today and that indicator took pretty strong drop last week. It's stabilized this week. And he says he's monitoring it closely because high consumer confidence and robust consumer spending are crucial to sustaining the economic expansion. I'm Hartman for marketplace..

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"john lear" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"john lear" Discussed on WTVN

"That issue with that topic or if he can talk a little bit about it or if he has the information on John Lear thinks that the moon was told in the place I think it's a structure I think I think it's a I yes solar system object it's the moon but go ahead it's a celestial body just like Saturn has dozens of moments interpreters have dozens move moans one moon is a rarity usually there's more than one he was there's one there's a second one for balance but the moon is a construct of the solar system just like the asteroid belt and the other planets are you know the mentioning of of a moon that may be a base is the one around Mars scientists both from our country and from the US especially the Russia have discussed that it comes so from the asteroid belt and it and it is artificial in its but placing a hand and how it operates and and what magnetic field it generates and so there is speculation that one of the moons of Mars is a satellite based but the moon itself here for our planet you know the as far as agent right is concerned so many writings are missing so many writings are partial so many of yet to be discovered and so I would say that some of the answer to your question might be that based on the Old Testament during before to time of no the pull of the planet was covered in the cloud layer of the stars could not be seen and in fact some of the discussions with extraterrestrials is is that the reduction in life span has to do with the fact that as the solar system and the planet start it's degenerative cycle and the changes that are occurring both on the planet and other planets and through the solar system and our son the the reduction of the cloud cover as allowing for a higher radiation con and from the sun to go into our system and this affects our human bodies and many different ways and one of them is a reduction of lifespan and so that may be very.

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Modi plays Hindu nationalism card to seek re-election

FT News

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Modi plays Hindu nationalism card to seek re-election

"Election has turned into an ideological battle pitting an inclusive vision of a multifaith nation against the view, the Hindu should have primacy. Justin sing discusses the tactics. Used by prime minister, Narendra Modi and his opponents with Amy Kazman and Stephanie Finley. Nine the band. Police some of John Lear he DACA gig it out on a here. Niane to Don downtown. Why you are. Thank you cut it out. I turn on a. Yeah. League in Wadsworth. Go again in the sun. Are your go go to med goose multi? Somebody's at speak. And the political temperature is adding to the intense heat prime minister, Narendra Modi has been crisscrossing the country giving fiery speeches and so as mR Modi's main rival Rahul Gandhi, the president of the opposition congress party, Amy, it's long and staggered election. But Mr. Modi is a tireless campaigner, what are the main issues? He has been raising at his rallies for prime minister Narendra Modi. This has been mainly an election focused on national security in his first prime ministerial election campaign in twenty fourteen he'd been very very focused on the economy, and he talked a lot about how he was going to accelerate economic growth and get a lot of jobs created to absorb young people trying to get into the workforce. But as economic track record has actually been really patchy. So it's not a very strong ground for him to campaign on but the showdown with Pakistan in February in response to a terror attack in Kashmir that. All India law missiles to an alleged terror training camp in Pakistan, really switched the tone nature of the campaign and diverted public attention away from 'economics to issues of national security, so Mody and the BJP have essentially been campaigning tirelessly on this idea that India is under threat that it faces grave external and even internal threats and that Mody is the strong leader that Indian needs to cope with these threats. These threats include the threat of terrorism from Pakistan. They include the threat of illegal immigration from India's neighbour Bangladesh. And then there is this insinuation that. India is also under threat from internal enemies ranging from India's Muslim minority to secular leftists and Naxalites and that old together the nation needs a strong leader to handle these challenges and threats and that Mody. Who is very much seen as a strong strongman is the leader that India needs to handle these challenges. Congress bodies talk campaigners around Gandhi and his sister Priyanka how does their campaign compared to Mr. Modi's, and what are their main arguments? Modena's definitely an absolutely relentless and tireless campaigner he's a natural campaigner one gets the feeling he probably really enjoys giving these speeches in front of these huge adoring cheering crowds. I'm not sure that Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the congress or a sister Priyanka who's been drafted in as a star campaigner share that love of campaigning that the prime minister has they have struggled. I think to find traction with voters they were on a strong ground in December. When there was a lot of focus on the poor performance of the economy rural distress. And I think their campaign strategy gotta be able to knock after the showdown with Pakistan and the conversation turned away from. The domestic economic issues, but they have been trying to focus on domestic economic issues. Modi's alleged mismanagement of the economy rural distress they've unveiled the scheme that is supposed to see seventy two thousand rupees given to every poor household a kind of a minimum income guarantee scheme that is intended to lift the poorest of the poor out of poverty. So they've been trying to focus on the economy and bring voter attention back away from these kind of ideals of nationalism and some threat to the very real issues of their own pocket books. The best care. Wrong, glenn. He has also been trying to really smear Modi's image with a lot of allegations that he's a thief in connection with a controversial arms deal. We don't know. Which of these issues has really found traction with the voters was the congress able to bring voters back away from the idea of we need a strong leader to defend us against these various enemies. There was real dissatisfaction with Mody on the ground among many voters who had voted for him in two thousand fourteen they were unhappy with his economic performance, and they were inclined to you. I think vote against him. At least some what we don't know. What will only be clear on may twenty third on vote. Counting day is which way they finally went rallies are just one way to reach out to voters. There are also colorful posters multimedia advertisements. And song videos to make a strong push. But social media has emerged as a new factor in these elections, Stephanie how political parties using social media, and what are the factors driving up? It's using this campaign. So in two thousand fourteen prime minister Modi had already emerged as the king of social media in India. And from that time his party has been laying the groundwork for a sophisticated political propaganda machine using social media, mostly using what's up and speaking to party officials. They've said that they want to target every voter over what's app, and it's with very specific messaging speaking to one former data analyst of the party, he said that voters are targeted based on class based on caste based on demographic information based on past voting history. So what we have here is a very big very targeted. And very coordinated campaign from the ruling party and the opposition party. Just doesn't have the resources, and they haven't been able to keep up.

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"john lear" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"john lear" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"My colleague, George Knapp, George, of course, is Nevada journalist who has been honored with the highest awards and broadcast journalism the Peabody award. You got a couple of those the DuPont award from Columbia University, the Edward r. Murrow award that is extremely prestigious he has twenty seven regional EMMY awards for investigative reporting. Just as a comparison I have three these a longtime chief investigative reporter for KLIF TV in Las Vegas where he previously worked as a news anchor as well. He has co-authored the best selling book hunt for the skin Walker and in nineteen eighty nine his reports about Nevada area. Fifty one's military base was selected by UPI as the best individual achievement by reporter now since two thousand six he's also been our weekend, host of coast to coast AM, and he's been associated with the program way back to the days of the late art bell. My. Measure to bring on the show, George. Nab a good talk to you again, George f to just seeing you a few weeks ago. Laughlin got got both of us thinking about this subject. There's a lot to cover. The sure is how did you George as a investigative reporter get interested to investigate you, foes where beyond a shadow Vedad. You're the best reporter out there on this subject. How how did this happen literally walked in the door back in nineteen eighty seven? I was just a regular reporter covering the mob and corruption and crime and all normal menu of stories that Las Vegas offers all the fun stuff. I there's no slow news day in this town that you know, Tom. No this town really well in walks the John Lear into TV station, and he had helped our station. Our news department break a big story, we had broken the story about the existence of this stealth fighter plane that was that about a desert that was invisible to radar and so he had some credibility with my news manager guy net day and John walks into the newsroom with a pile of documents. But dead days desk and says Ned this is your next big story about you up owes biggest cover up in history. It'll make you famous Ned books that this material and least they're little bitty says. This can't be true take this away. If it were true, I'd already know about it. So I'm not gonna do this story. I'd been eavesdropping at a said that John Lear. Hey, let me take a look at that stuff. And so I took it home and read it, and it was intriguing at the time. I hosted a little talk show called on the record. It was one of these local public. Affairs type shows that air at six six o'clock in the morning on a weekend, and nobody watches it. And your typical guest is a city councilman or county Commissioner John there on this show. And while it Mon behold, the public responded, he unleashed this torrent of UFO information, I had never heard about conspiracies and cover ups, and and the public started calling and and writing and making an inquiry who was that guy. I had him on again a little bit later months later, and it was even bigger response. And I realized that this type of the pulse of the public in a way that had not been obvious to me before. So I started reading about it. The third time Lear came on this show he hinted that he knew a guy who was trying to get a job out at area fifty one this mysterious base that people in the world did ever heard of at that time outside into Bada or unless they had worked there. And and so that person turned out to be Bob Lazar, whom I met thirty years ago almost to the money. And we started hearing his story put him on the air in denonimated interview. And it sort of exploded put area fifty one in the map tens of thousands of people went out there and buses with binoculars to check it out every media organization in the world covered the story. The allegations of are made and kind on my way, you're you're much like me, George when people interview us, they ask us that question. So what you believe in? And we always give them the reporters answer in that is it's not a matter of what I believe what you believe after I present the story in the facts. But I'm going to ask you after all these stories that you have done for years and years and years. Do you think we're being visited by extra-terrestrial 's I don't know? I honestly don't I mean, I started out after that first initial burst of digging into it believing that it was extraterrestrials because that was the paradigm of the time, you know, it was the prevailing viewpoint with. Any UFO world the prominent researches at the time sort of believe that or lease most of them did. But the more into it the less. I seem to know, you know, I get that same question everywhere. I go George grocery stores and restaurants. You know, do you really believe this stuff? And I say, well, you know, when people ask me that is because usually they wanna tell me there, you go story, and everyone has one, and I believe it in the sense of like, it's a religion. I believe it's an interesting story that if you could be proven would be the biggest ever change everything. I it it your would when you were interviewing Lazar did your eyes roll. Or did you say to yourself? This guy might be on the something. No, I was skeptical and wary because you know for a mainstream news reporter, his risky stuff. And he was telling me I had never heard of before. I had no idea about the whole world of UFO's and conspiracies and distant permission and subterfuge and treachery. That is so common in the field. And had it it took. It was a baptism of fire. It took many months for me to get comfortable with it being able to separate from tap. I read everything on the topic that I could find I'd tried to figure out who in the field was believable. And who wasn't and Lazar story, even by today's standards. It is thirty years later. It's thirty years now was pretty tough to digest. We started digging into his background to try to get a handle on how much of his story we could corroborate and it was quite a bit as it turned out. And more importantly, not you know, I'll never be able to go to the places where he said he worked and to see the things that he said he saw but. It was obvious that there was an attempt to obscure his background to wipe out any claims of the places where he worked discredit work that I know that he did. And most importantly of all he seemed to know things that he shouldn't have don't otherwise the most dramatic incident of that is that he knew when the test flights were taking place because he took people out there. Three weeks at a row stationed outside of base that does not exist then or now and sure enough these what looks like saucers flew up over the mountains at the time. When he said, they would be there videotape them. So how did he know at that sorta got me hooked George Knapp with us, and we're gonna be talking about some incredible things that Georgia's covered including his work on hunt for the skin Walker next hour, we'll take your phone calls with them. And folks trust me when I tell you there is no reporter like George Knapp in the country who is a fish as what he does Linda Bolton. How does a great job? But Georgia's a true investigative journalist who just keeps going for that story. And do you think one day, George, we will get Stephen Bassett? Thanks disclosure. I do not. No, I think that the if we're talking about this closure with the capital D where the president comes out mix. Some kind of a speech or announcement and says, you know, the aliens are here. It's true. They visiting us. There isn't much we can do about it. I don't see that happening would be incredibly disruptive. And I think probably unsettling to a big bunch of people. I think what we're seeing right now as a form of disclosure without the capital D. It's a in essence, it's confirmation. It's a really exciting time. Maybe the most exciting time in all the years that I've covered it so many pieces seemingly motion on the UFO subject more than any other time since I've been chasing it so much energy new people interested in active, and and things are moving. I mean, probably the most important changes that the rest of the media finally catching up to you. And coast to coast on this subject, George because the media environment has totally changed the New York Times when they broke out this story in December of twenty seventeen about a secret. Pentagon study of you. F O's that changed everything it made it acceptable for other news media to cover the topic. And they did the Washington Post the LA times that CNN and FOX multiple FOX broadcasts still fourteen fifteen months later and Newsweek and time and and publications that don't normally take this seriously have ticket seriously result is people on Capitol Hill, staff members of congress, even elected members of congress are now paying attention to it. And I'm sure we'll get into some details about that later. But the ball has really been moved down the field. It is a remarkable change in a short period of time. And I said for somebody like me, it's really exciting. I did not expect disclosure idle expect a formal announcement. But I think what we're already seeing a series of individual events, seemingly unrelated but all heading in the same direction. I share your skepticism about disclosure, George. I think if we get it. It's going to be whistle blowers. And people that you uncover we uncover who come forward and just tell us the way it is in hopefully sooner than later, but it's an amazing subject, and you do find now that the media seems to be picking up more and more on these stories where years ago it was kind of like swept under the carpet. But they seem really interested these days, don't they? Well, I think we have to get credit a lot of that credit to to the stars Tom delong as a rockstar. He's not the guy you expect to make a big splash on this subject. But the guy really applied himself to it. He got in touch with a series of higher and higher up got them to talk to him. I know that a lot of people in the UFO community are suspicious of that. But he was keeping me in the loop each step of the way as it happened. And I think the crowning achievement was a guy named Louis Elisardo Luella Zondo came forward. He had been in charge of this Pentagon program. He quit because he felt it wasn't getting the racehorses and attention that it deserved. He was a counterintelligence and intelligence operative put his life on the line for the American public many times in his career, and he came forward and spoke about it. What he had learned that. In fact, this had been taken seriously at the highest levels that the Pentagon did not stop the study of UFO's. Nineteen sixty nine when project blue book ended, which is, you know, the official line is that that's when they stopped because there was nothing to study that it wasn't a matter of national security interest in of course, we always expected that was not the case. And now we've had it confirmed that it wasn't those guys along with the fella named Chris Mellon who from the Mellon family, a wealthy and influential family he had chosen a life of public service worked for intelligence capacity on Capitol Hill and then for the defense department at two different administrations. Jim van guy from the CIA, Dr help put off a physicist people of that caliber came forward and said this stuff is true. It needs to be studied. And that seems to be what's happening. We don't have a folk picture of everything that's going on behind the scenes, but it's pretty clear from what we know that quite a bit is is imply that you're is. And we're going to talk a lot more about what you've been doing George in this field. We'll talk about Bob. Bigelow wanna take a quick moment to. Georgian. Thank you for your participation on coast to coast. I mean, you are just a staple for us. And for me, personally, it just feels great to know that I've got somebody of your caliber doing these shows on weekends keeping things going, and I just want you to know how much we appreciate you..

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"john lear" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"john lear" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I'm so happy to meet you and thank you. And goodbye was like, okay. Great. So then I get a call, and they're like my agent or my manager was like, so it's a little weird NBC hasn't fully committed to making this pilot. They were like imagine was kind of going through the casting process to see if they could get someone attached that would push them into making the pilot. But instead what they're wondering if you'll be willing to do is do a table read as this character. Like, they love you. You're their first choice if you'll do a table read of this pilot at NBC to try to convince NBC to like fully commit to making the pilot. So I was like fuck yet. So we go I go. Oh, and it's me, an unknown. Adam Scott, good, and unknown Navarre Dulles playing one of our acting teachers Carlos Checa, Jim Leear, who's also Lear. What's his name? Mark John Lear, John Lear other half of my brand marks overseeing John Lear also in this movie, long hair. He's like oh was he one of the cavemen? He started that right there like cavemen that sold insurance and the TV show. Right. That weird thing that happened. That was thing that happened. Anyway, John Lear Carlos j cotton delivered all is Adam Scott me, and there was somebody else. But I can't remember. But anyway, we do this bucking able read and. It was so exciting like Noah worked with us for a couple hours. It was being directed by Noah baumbach. That's so cool. It was so cool. We did the table read for all the NBC executives. Brian Grazer came because it was a magin just really it was also exciting we left NBC. I remember walking to the parking lot with Adam Scott, the son. I remember this moment so fucking clearly I also kind of have a photographic memory. But the sun was setting, and I was like I lit a cigarette 'cause I smoked. Thank you and gave him one. And I was like this is so exciting. We're gonna like do this fucking pilot. He's like, oh, this isn't getting made like Adam already done nothing and was like already cynical cynical and jaded. This isn't getting. Not. No. It's not like. Yeah. Now. There's no way they're making this. I was like, oh, okay. Well, it was really nice to meet you. Yeah. Yeah. That's. That's a look to your gifts. Something. Gotten my Honda Civic S. I drove back to out. Out. And sure enough by the time, I got back. There was a message on my my dorm phone that terrible news, the they were not going to go forward with making the show, but the grease. Woo. Who was the head of casting NBC wanted me to come in like the neck in that week to have general meeting, and that general meeting she gave me the script for freaks and geeks. Like, I'm gonna make sure they see you for this. You'd be. Yeah. Crazy crazy and whatever happened to Adam Scott right now. Oldman Scott finding he's like been that way since we were children. Yeah. Yeah. So funny..

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"john lear" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"john lear" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"My book, the peacemaker in the key of life. It's called the gardener in the tree of life and hope to have it out soon. It describes that creation process and again. Yes. Enki and the and the other unin knock each Unedic scientists found that what they were here to do is to create the human body as a resurrection machine as a floor of souls or flower of souls, if you will this is the gardening metaphor that keeps coming up over and over they were gardeners. They're harvesting souls, all this sort of thing, right? They imagine the human body is an actual flower or floor. You know, it goes back. I once interviewed. I I have a good friend named John Lear. He doesn't do public interviews anymore. But he referred he said that he had definitive information. This goes back a lot of years now that the human body is nothing more than a vessel to contain the soul. It's an arc. It's a flower of the soul. It's starring with words here, but it the meaning is the same right? Just virtually a vessel. What happened after that cataclysm on TM that created the earth, the the the scenes the priesthood out of which Jesus preached had sacred texts that describe the earth is a pit, and as such and points out in his lecture, at least he did in Zurich when I was with them there last month. Right. Have you ever thought about what the earth looks like when you take all the water out of the oceans it looks like a giant pit? And that's what it was. It's the pit of that planet a piece of this fractured goddess planet, and and these people viewed planets is giving. Them goddess type metaphors or human body type metaphors such an describes how anti created the human body. And in my interpretation show, how Enki implanted those feminine souls of PM out into the human body. What he discovered was that they could they wouldn't resurrect. In other words, those souls couldn't use the resurrection machine properly. So Enke had to bring forward to the earth, another group of soul, and these souls acted sort of they fulfill the role of sort of like a savior, they were masculine in nature. They were solar to to the feminine lunar counterpart of the souls from TMI. The interaction between those two souls caused a ratchet effect where they would work their way up the spinal cord the tree of life within and unite in the pineal gland area of the human brain. And then be able to escape into the higher dimensions rescue complete. Alright William if July comes and goes and nothing happens. What then what are you going to believe in? I still believe the same thing because my life. My work does not totally hinge on that. Then I go back to developing this technology, this working with this element that I described earlier, it wouldn't be boron would it. No. It's not. Okay. It's not. I just wanted to rule that antimony element.

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"john lear" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

The Man Cave Chronicles

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"john lear" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

"Just a bone dry and that's and his expression was just, you know, unshakable. It was a really, really liked him. I think he ended up being sort of an influence early on just in how I. The of my dad was one of the funniest guys I've ever known as actors, you know, I don't know. I, I mean, I remember like in school, the people that people really thought were amazing, John Malkovich and Gary Sinise people like that. And also like I was kinda went to classical training as an actor like Shakespeare lot of creeks and stuff like that. So the only is taking a turn since I put Angeles, but that was what I was training for originally. Do you? I don't know. It's kind of. Oh, good. I'm glad. No, it wasn't going to see. So. Do you have like what's the hardest role you've you think you've played. It would probably be something from the theater. Like, I don't know if you play. I was the AGA in fellow which is not mind. You mental role mean huge. The guy never leaves the stage ain't never shut up and it's also a role that's not really right in my comfort zone. In terms of years, it was kinda given to me in grad school. I can cause a as some they, you know, did I would fail at then learn from and I and I didn't many ways that was definitely the hardest. So, yeah, not. I mean, there's been some stuff in in TV and film, but you tend to play released. I play your strength a lot in TV and film. No, I haven't found you know where people want to stretch me considerably in in Tommy. Phil, it's really, that's what the theaters there for. Do you have favorite character you perform. I love that scrubs guy. I gotta tell you. I also really love. I did a couple of shows with these two creators. John Lear, Nancy. How're who they're fully improvised. We did one show called ten items or less TV. And it was all it was fully. I'm fully improvised, they John Nancy would have sort of a story structures. They know what the plotlines were, but no dial was written. So we get the set and Nancy would just say, this is what's happened immediately. Before this. This is information. I need you to try and get out during the scene in that, but you would happen and we were just shooting shooting shooting, eventually get something that. Kinda held together and was interesting and funny, and I love that. And then they ended up after that doing another show similarly, but it was a western for who called quick draw, and we did two seasons on that, and I love that of an improvised western is about as much fun as you could possibly imagine. Good bloopers out of those two shows. Oh yeah. In fact, that was the frustrating thing is you shoot so much and there's so much comedy gold, but then when they're editing it, they can't. There's no way they can put it all in. So you'd have you know a hundred hours of footage from these three cameras, but only for a twenty minute show. So there's a ton of stuff like, oh, what happened in that bit? We did about what happened to the big, and then it just can't make it because it doesn't fit into the. Yeah, what they needed compact into twenty minutes. So there was a frustration plus a lot of great bloopers a lot of breaking on onset..

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