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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stands at just over 1400 today alone. Over 400 flights have been canceled on Saturday. Minnesota police say they've recovered a second child's body at that Lake in what they believe may be a triple murder suicide. Officials say the boy's mother and one of her other children are still missing. Another child's body was recovered earlier on Friday. That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Some news out of Tesla today Tesla reporting deliveries for the second quarter that missed the average analyst estimate in a Bloomberg survey. Deliveries were 254,695 versus the estimate of 261,181. Airlines are canceling hundreds of flights nationwide today in delaying many more, even so some at JFK airport are hopeful. Hope they are one time, no cancellations. The industry reeling from COVID related staffing shortages is struggling to keep pace with the surging number of travelers. Governor Kathy hochul has signed new gun legislation, the bill hochul signed on Friday, severely limits where guns can be carried and requires background checks to buy ammunition. It comes in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down New York's concealed carry law. New York legislators on Friday approved a proposal to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution. That makes New York the latest state to pursue long-term protections in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's roe V wade reversal. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has signed a pair of bills to bolster abortion rights. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. It comes as about half of U.S. states empowered by the nation's highest court moved to outlaw the procedure. One law bars New Jersey public agencies from assisting out of state criminal investigations of abortion patients, another prevents the expedition of people who came to New Jersey to get or perform abortions and who would face prosecution where they live. Bloomberg's truly pellet. Health officials in New York City announced Friday that they are receiving 6000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine, as the city has now reached a total of 87 suspected cases. That's a 123% rise over the last week. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. We'll be here each and every week at this time Tapping into Bloomberg intelligence analyst carving some 2000 companies and 130 industries worldwide. While many are talking about how for the back half of the year, earnings estimates are going to have to come down. Profit margins are going to have to come down. One company, though, that might stand out and not have to do that is Emerson Electric. It designs and manufactures electronic and electrical equipment, software, systems, and services. And they're actually doing really well, despite their stock being hammered so far this year. Joining us now with more is Caro and Uber hard senior industry analyst for Bloomberg intelligence. All right, give me the reason why I should be powered up on Emerson. A couple of things. One, they are very energy exposed 23% of sales. Their biggest business, which has been lagging, two thirds of the company now has an opportunity to benefit from higher CAPEX. Number two, they're on their way to beating all their 2023 targets. They're ahead of schedule. They're already meeting the margin target for this business. The energy related business that's just coming to turning around. They have a record backlog and they're about to complete a $650 million savings program. So there's a lot of upside in. They have a day and Analyst Day in November. They'll raise all their expectations. The financial targets. So talk to us about the cost side Karen. We hear about inflation impacting margins for companies across many, many industry verticals. Talk to us about Emerson and their margin outlook. Emerson had an activist come about three years ago to tell them to get their act together on costs. They went to the drawing board and are doing structural takeouts across the board and the company and actually started in 2019. And their margins have exceeded expectations and they're not done. So there was pressure to do that. They did it, and they're now seeing the benefits of that and they've got one more year to go. What are some going to be some of the extra catalysts we have to think about? Capital spending, particularly on the upstream side, is expected to be up over 20% this year and another 10% next year. That's big kicker for Emerson in the automated solutions business. I think both those numbers could be low because they've been under investing for a number of years. They'll also probably be some help on the refining side, but for them, the upstream side right now is the most important. Secondly, they have record backlog in that business. And again, $6.4 billion backlog. And again, it's just started to turn. So there's a lot that becomes sales. It's a long cycle business. Everybody's very worried about the more short cycle stuff because of a recession. There's automated solutions is all CAPEX driven. It's not just energy, it's chemicals, it's other things, but that tends to hold up better in the early part of a downturn. And I think the numbers are too low. I looked at how much automated solutions grew in the last four energy CAPEX cycles, and it grew 16%, 13%, double digit, consensus right now, has that segment growing at about 7%. I went through different scenarios. I used 13% as the mid range and I come up with a 9% above consensus EPS, and I think there's probably upside. So estimates are already starting to drift up, but I think they can drift up more. Talk to us about valuation Karen here. I'm looking at the stock. It's not about 14% year to date, but that's outperforming the S&P 500, which is down a little bit more than 20%. How does valuation look here? Emerson is underperformed on a three and a 5 year, and this is the first year they've actually outperformed. And I think some of that is people saying, wait a minute, they're in the right, they're in this automated solution to the sweet spot. It's time for them to turn. This new CEO is really executing. So you're starting to see people warm up to it. Energy is nothing if it's not cyclical. And I understand

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At Bloomberg surveillance the market is our language A show Okay well enough for the French We'll leave it there We're still working on French Oscar Drop it Potato Laura Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich Nice work That was terrible at French We did mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television President Biden is heading to Santa Fe New Mexico to get an update on the state's devastating wildfires The U.S. forest service has admitted its prescribed burns in a drought stricken area sparked a massive wildfire that has charred nearly 500 square miles since April Large groups are staging demonstrations in major cities coast to coast today for March for our lives rallies thousands are taking part in a march and rally to demand tougher gun laws that's taking place on the national mall in Washington D.C. Similar events are taking place from New York City to Chicago and Oakland following a string of deadly mass shootings in the U.S. A Michigan police officer is out on bond after being charged in the death of a black man at a traffic stop Officer Chris schur turned himself in on Thursday yesterday he bonded out of jail after being formally charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of Patrick Lloyd last April during a traffic stop in Grand Rapids Sure has entered a plea of not guilty That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom as we've been reporting thousands of people rallied across the U.S. today in a renewed push for gun control measures after recent deadly mass shootings in uvalde Texas buffalo New York that activists say should compel Congress to act Trevon Bosley from Chicago's south side says despite promise after promise to do something lawmakers have ignored the problem Four years ago I was burying my Friends and filming the gun violence in four years later I'm still burying my friends and family to gun violence The house has passed bills to raise the age limit to buy semi-automatic weapons and establish federal red flag laws a bipartisan group of senators had hoped to reach agreement this week on a framework for addressing the issue and held talks Friday but no deal was announced Pain at the pump increases with the national average price for regular gasoline now at $5 a gallon according to triple-A mixed reaction in New Jersey It belongs to Sam's Club so we try to fill up there because at least it's a little bit cheaper I've seen 7 in California so I can't really complain In California the average price for a gallon of regular is $6 42 cents The World Health Organization says it needs more data to determine whether a lab leak set off the COVID pandemic Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports from Washington The UN health bodies advisory panel on the virus's origins has put out its first full report since it formed last October It says a review of all coronavirus related activities at the lab in Wuhan China would be needed to determine the source of the pandemic They also call for further study of the wet market that's also been named as a potential jumping off point for COVID China has resisted efforts to investigate the Wuhan lab's role but foreign ministry spokesman says his country has shown transparency and openness In Washington I'm Nathan Hager Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg Your listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio The tight labor market is helping drive inflation and at the same time we've seen the labor participation rates are not going up to the levels we've seen in the past leading to questions about why that's happening The committee for economic development the public policy center of the conference board has done a four part series on women in the labor force and the economic role of paid child care in the United States For more on what they discovered I spoke to the president of the committee for economic development doctor Lori esposito Murray The reason why CD picked this topic is because of the importance of women in the economy This is actually as you know important in terms of the global economy is especially important in terms of the U.S. economy for continued growth in productivity And so looking at what is the role of paid child care it has been an important issue for CD for about 50 years for two main reasons One that I just mentioned in terms of women in the economy but also preparing the labor force the future labor force and the importance of early education This has been a top priority for the committee for economic development of the conference board for almost 50 years So as I understand the latest installment you brought us the third in a series of four and this one is on economic growth modeling It gives us the hot top line of what you discovered Well one of the most important things that we discovered is that as you know both for women and men the labor force participation is not reaching the level of the pre-pandemic levels And this is particularly important for women and the most important thing we discovered is that one of the major barriers for women with children from 18 to 54 with children is.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Prices are high but appear to be leveling off this weekend Julie Ryan has more Triple-A reported the average price per gallon was 6 O 6 That's a dollar 91 more than what consumers were paying this time last year The Los Angeles County average hovers a bit higher at 6 9 9 per gallon I'm Julie Ryan The number of stars leaving Saturday Night Live is growing Brian shook has more In addition to Pete Davidson leaving deadline reports Kate McKinnon Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney are also leaving after this season This comes after show creator Lorne Michaels said the show is experiencing a year of change Season 47 wraps up this Saturday with host Natasha Lyonne I'm Brian shook One lucky Maryland woman is thousands of dollars richer after buying a lottery ticket to cure her boredom the unidentified woman says she bought the $6 keynote ticket because she was bored She ended up matching 8 of the 9 numbers and getting the 5 times super bonus feature making the ticket worth 25,000 bucks She told lottery officials that she used the money to take care of her kids and in music history news on this date in 1997 Paul McCartney revealed he had a notebook of never recorded songs he wrote with John Lennon the compositions would be the earliest Lennon McCartney songs ever written I'm Chris coraggio And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom A man died after he collapsed at the finish line of the Brooklyn half marathon today Police say the 30 year old from Brooklyn collapsed just before 9 a.m. at the finish line in Coney Island and was taken to Coney Island hospital where he was pronounced dead The man was a participant in the race Contact tracing is underway after that New York City resident tested positive for the virus that causes monkeypox the unidentified patient continues to isolate and health officials are treating the case as positive while awaiting final confirmation by the Centers for Disease Control Mayor Eric Adams may be eyeing a White House run if president Joe Biden doesn't seek a second term That according to the New York Post citing what it calls confidants and city hall insiders the post source says Adams thinks he has a platform to run for national office and that the national party has gotten too far to the left In a statement to the post and Adams adviser dismissed the speculation Amazon.com stuck with too much warehouse capacity now that the surge in pandemic era shopping has faded is looking to sublet at least 10 million ft² of.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A new baby and the name would make singer Dolly Parton proud gay old Cunningham has more on the story The baby was born April 13th to first time mom and now that she's three weeks old Zeus staff have chosen the name jolene inspired by the Dolly Parton classic and a particular line in the song Orangutan's hair is auburn colored until now primate keepers haven't been able to get close enough to tell whether the baby was a boy or a girl much less give her a name They say as the weather improves mother kitchen and baby jolene will be outdoors more often for visitors to see Thanks to California Hawaii ranks number two for the nation's highest average price of the pump Yesterday aloha state motorists were paying on average $5 28.1 cents for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline Georgia remains home to the best price of the pump Meanwhile California residents were paying an average of $5 78.5 cents per gallon I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Mayor Eric Adams says he is concerned about rising coronavirus numbers in the city but is not ready to bring back restrictions Adams says we are not there yet when asked if he's considering reinstating a mask of mandate in schools If this stays at this level we may pivot and ship is still due mandates If we see an increase in hospitalization and deaths that is alarming we may ship COVID pivots and shift I'm going to pivot and ship The city's COVID transmission rate is up 32% in the last week and a half and the highest it's been since early February New York City has its highest COVID hospitalization rate since early March The group transportation alternatives says 8 New Yorkers have died from traffic accidents just in the last four days The latest was yesterday afternoon when police say a man on a motorized bike was hit by a white van after his brakes locked up and flung him onto the road New York won quotes transportation alternatives in reporting that there's been a 13% increase year over year in traffic fatalities Mayor Adams says he wants to look at which intersections are the most dangerous Labor issues continue at Starbucks We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini U.S. labor board prosecutors say Starbucks violated federal law by threatening firing and carrying out surveillance on union activists in New York And these allegations were brought to the agency by workers united That's the labor group that is one in votes at more than 50 Starbucks stores in the U.S. beginning with that landmark victory last December in Buffalo and Starbucks in an emailed statement disputes the claims that company says the complaint represents only the start of a litigation process Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reporting there Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg intelligence The new tools that a metaverse can bring that allows you to create more immersive content Beginning to sell less oil more electrons in the research and data on 2000 companies and 130 industry The supply chain breakdown is combining with labor shortages Eastern manufacturers continue to dominate or will there be a renewed interest in western manufacturers Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul's weenie on Bloomberg Over the next hour we dig inside the big business stories impacting Wall Street and global markets with in depth research and data on some of the 2000 companies and 130 industries our animals cover worldwide Coming up today the path ahead for Amazon after disappointing quarter plus what to watch out for.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg television This is a special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine hundreds of Ukrainians fleeing the Russian war are camped out in Tijuana as they try to cross the U.S. border an estimated 600 Ukrainian refugees are spread out on blankets and lawn chairs near the international port of entry near San Diego a Tijuana official says about 100 Ukrainians are being allowed to cross into the U.S. each day Last week President Biden vowed to accept about 100,000 Ukrainians into the U.S. The U.S. is pledging another $300 million in military aid to Ukraine The U.S. Defense Department said Friday the military aid will include laser guided rockets drones armored vehicles ammunition machine guns and night vision The president of Ukraine is pleading with the U.S. for more planes and missiles Vladimir zelensky said President Biden should not bother sending helmets to fight the Russian invasion but should instead send more missiles and planes This has been a special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York State outlined its second COVID booster eligibility guidance today This just days after the 5 boroughs started offering the fourth vaccine doses following the federal government's okay of those shots earlier in the week The eligibility expansion mirrors that outlined by the FDA and the CDC New Yorkers who are 50 and older who got their first booster at least four months ago adult Johnson & Johnson vaccine recipients last boosted at least four months ago and all age 12 and up who are moderately to severely immunocompromised are included Johnson & Johnson vaccine recipients can get a second booster of any mRNA COVID vaccine which means Pfizer or Moderna Those younger than 17 though must still stick to the Pfizer vaccine Perspective New York University students and their parents were getting an unwelcome taste of the Big Apple's homeless crisis as they toured the college's Greenwich Village campus on Monday The post reports the.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The first wave of new U.S. troops being deployed to Eastern Europe has arrived in Poland and Germany Their arrival comes amid reports Russia now has enough troops takes and military hardware poised along Ukraine's borders to launch a full scale invasion Moscow has repeatedly said it has no such plans and blames the west for stoking international tensions The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. stands at about 900,000 That's according to Johns Hopkins University The number of cases stands at about 76 million However there is some good news on the vaccine front the CDC says 212 million Americans are fully vaccinated Meantime 89 million have gotten their booster dose Three people have reportedly been shot at an apartment complex north of Milwaukee Fox 6 Milwaukee is reporting the county medical examiner has been called to the scene Brown deer police are not giving all the details of the shooting but do report being fired upon when they arrived The suspected gunman had barricaded himself inside an apartment in the complex That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan You're listening to balancing power with David Weston on Bloomberg radio When he took over the SEC Gary gensler promised a range of new regulations to clarify the rules of the road for Wall Street I talked exclusively to the SEC chair about when we will see them We do have a broad agenda and crypto is part of that agenda But it's an agenda really to make the capital work It's markets work better for the investing public and for the companies and the other side Drive more efficiency in these markets And crypto the agency is really just looking at for investors And many of these tokens not trying to prejudge anyone but many of these tokens have the attributes of securities They're raising money from the public and the public is anticipating profits based upon the efforts of others And so we've brought a number of actions we're trying to work with the various crypto platforms the exchanges the lending platforms to come in get registered find where we can to adjust our roles set to get the investor protection for the public As you say you've encouraged the exchanges to come in and get registered At the same time a lot of them have not as far as I can tell Well no and it's because look if you're a platform and you have 75 or a hundred or sometimes 5000 tokens on that platform probabilities are that a number of them and maybe many of them are what's called a security And it's Congress painted with a broad brush and it comes down to this Are you raising money from the public and the public's anticipating profits based on the efforts of others And my predecessor chair Clayton the agency that I'm honored to chair at this point in time is going to try to pursue investor protection and if that means bringing greater enforcement actions we'll do that but it would be better to have these platforms come in work with us and come under the security loss Do you think you've done everything you can under the statutes as they exist now Do you need legislation in order to really go after and really get registration from those exchanges I think that the laws are pretty clear laid out in the 1930s And we have an ability to work with these exchanges using various authorities to basically tailor some of these because these crypto exchanges and lending platforms have operated differently than the traditional New York Stock Exchange But would it be helpful to work with Congress on some things I've said this in the past around some details around transfer agents and others Yes but unless Congress says otherwise we have to ensure there's investor protection in this space And we're going to work with the commodity futures trading commission where there's some that are commodity tokens because while many of these are securities some may be under their remit and we work together as two federal agencies Let me turn Gary if I could to a second item on the agenda and no particular order here And that is payment for order flow Something that you've come out against You said you were considering actually banning it all together Where does that regulation stand in at this point Do you still think that's possible to ban it all together Or is it more likely we'll have full disclosure Well again what we're trying to do within our remit is help investors get a better deal on one side and companies raising money on the other side are better deal and drive greater transparency and efficiency in the middle of the market So in the equity markets right now if you play some market order retail market order 90 95% do not go to the lit exchanges Do not go to NASDAQ or New York Stock Exchange They go to host sailors And they don't have order by order competition And part of that is because of what you just said payment for it or flow which is yes it's banned And in the UK and in Canada and Australia the European Union through something called asthma is looking at that right now And so I think it's natural that we look to say how do we drive greater competition and efficiency of this market and use the tools that Congress have given us But are you keeping over the possibility the option at least of banning it altogether And if so when will you make a decision whether you'll do that or not Well it would be a decision for the 5 member commission We would put it out to noticing comments or the public gets to weigh in We benefit from the public view from the investor side The issuer side to basically a lot of our market right now is dark It's not in the lit markets David It's dark and going to host sailors and how we get more transparency and competition in the market So each feature is the one on the table whether it's something called the minimum increment or tick size or the national best offer and how the order routing works And yes that includes not just payment order flow but possibly what's called exchange rebates So it all fits together And we haven't served up a recommendation to the commission yet and the commission if they supported it would put it out to public comment Do you have an estimate or a guess or when you might serve it up to the commission David I learned long ago not to do that I have occasionally and it's about trying to get the economics and the law on the policy right Get it in front of a commission If so get it out to the public So I understand the question but I'll beg off I learned long ago to expect that answer but nonetheless I asked the question A lot of us really focused a lot on the payment for overflow When we had the Robinhood situation with those meme stocks which I think we've just passed the one year anniversary of at the time I know this commission was looking into the positivity there was some wrongdoing Have you drawn a conclusion The fact that we haven't seen enforcement action does that suggest that maybe there wasn't any wrongdoing Well again for the public in the job I'm in I'm also a chair of a commission and sometimes has to vote on these various enforcement actions So I can't get into anyone matter or prejudge anything But there was four matters of policy not enforcement of policy that we noted and the staff did a staff report And one of them we're going to take up next week actually open commission meeting is about the plumbing of the.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:12 min | 8 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or more employees The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th circuit in Cincinnati made the ruling Friday after the mandate was blocked in November by a lower court The CDC is promoting test to stay to help keep children in school The strategy involves routine testing when a COVID-19 case is found in a classroom rather than quarantining everyone who has come in contact with that person If those who are tested remain symptomless and receive two negative COVID results they're able to continue learning in person TikTok is reassuring parents across the country there is no school violence trend on its app while the origin of the messages remain murky schools across the country say online content encouraged violence at schools on Friday December 17th It's not the first time the app has prompted concerned back in September the devious lix challenge was circulating on the app encouraging students to destroy school property That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom New York State reported Thursday had the highest single day count of new COVID-19 cases with 21,027 according to data released Friday New York's data also revealed that positive COVID-19 cases in the state jumped 154% in less than a week The previous I was January 14th when there were 19,942 new cases reported COVID-19 related hospitalizations remain comparatively low on Friday the state reported 3839 hospitalizations now this compares with 8088 back on January 14th according to state data At its peak in mid April 2020 New York's hospitalizations total for COVID-19 reached nearly 19,000 The data as New York City reported its positivity rate from PCR tests doubled over a four day period New York City health commissioner says cases have tripled in the past month JPMorgan Chase and company stopping short of banning its Wall Street teams from holding yearend gatherings has in a memo urged employees to exercise caution and good judgment if meeting up and to get tested for COVID-19 before returning to work after the holidays The investment bank was more aggressive than many rivals earlier this year and urging employees to come back to Manhattan towers While some Wall Street firms recently began telling employees to stay home through the end of the year amid rising coronavirus infection rates JPMorgan said its offices will remain open and fully operational There may be no going back to the 5 day work week in the office according to a survey of workers in 25 countries A report by the OECD found that both employees and managers find working from home during the pandemic was positive for performance and well-being The proportion of staff teleworking at least one day a week is expected to be much higher than it was before the pandemic Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm June grosso Coming up on the show what's it like connecting with people in the metaverse It's easier for some than others Plus have you ever tried goat meat It could become a menu staple in American eateries But first Major League Baseball players went on strike at the beginning of December marking the first MLB work stoppage in more than two decades Players and owners are battling over how younger players and superstars get compensated Bloomberg opinion columnist Allison schrager recently wrote about the topic She says some of the issues brought up in negotiations reflect broader challenges workers face across the U.S. economy Explain what's at the root of the baseball negotiations At the root of it is actually going to happening a lot of labor markets But the baseball strike in particular is the way younger players are paid and the way the superstars are paid So mainly the younger players because they're fighting with analytics that most players kind of peek in their 20s And the way it works right now is when you sign with a major league team you're with them you have a contract with them for 6 years and you can only renegotiate after three years which means that you don't really get free agency or the ability to negotiate And so you've sort of aged out of your peak years which means they have less power So they're pushing to reform that And also to put they don't have explicit salary caps but there are penalties to paying very good players a lot of money and to sort of reduce that So they want everyone to be paid more their value Explain why changes in the economy have led to the baseball lockout and just income inequality Well before this is when union served an important role is that you had a bunch of people working at a factory or wherever And maybe you're more productive people than another But the more productive workers that have subsidized the low productive workers because the unions did is they forced everyone to be in the same pay scheme But as I said the return is to being a high productive worker weren't so large because you had a lot of routine work And also there was no good way to know who was doing what anyway and who really was a good worker It was hard to identify these people anyway But now we see this with baseball in every industry You know you're analytics that make it a lot easier to tell who's good who's bad As I said before no one noticed that in their 20s people were peeking And also the returns and sort of a bigger and more global economy to being a superstar are also much higher So the model we sort of compressed everyone's wages and sort of productive people or better superstars subsidized the less productive people It just doesn't work very well anymore I've always wondered about unions representing workers like baseball players where some are so highly paid and the others are not how they can find equality there That's the challenge because they're one of the huge disparities before So the union model made a lot of scent But you need for a union to work as a lot of solidarity that everyone's willing to go in on it together maybe have slightly less upside but also have more security And if you're more likely to be getting say a $100 million contract you have a lot less of an incentive to go in on that What do the owners want and what do the unions want Well ironically it seems like the owners the ones who would benefit from a union because they would like more wage compression They would like to have more limits on paying the very big superstars And they would like to keep the model they have with the lower plate players If you'd like everyone to get paid something more similar they're also advocating for a wage floor which might sound surprising but it's complicated in that the superstar economy not only applies individuals to applies to firms So what you're having in every other industry are these few breakout firms who make way more than everyone else And they get all the talent No baseball that would be a huge problem because you need a competitive league You need to keep up interest You need good teams everywhere So they're trying to keep that from happening Now of course the players union is advocating that all players are paid their values So the younger players can get paid more when they're peak years And the odd superstar who's still great in their 30s maybe even 40s gets paid their superstar salaries It's just you wonder if the economics work for either of them I wonder if a salary cap is the only answer because it doesn't seem like the luxury tax really works No I mean might have some effect but it probably would be a salary cap but you wonder why you're superstar player You would want to be in a union that would negotiate a salary cap Now that's a good point So when they come to an agreement is it likely it's just going to be something in the middle that satisfies both sides until the next time Yeah probably something that satisfies neither side but is slightly better And I mean this is probably just because there is only one Major League Baseball So they have to come to some agreement And I think the hope is they'll come to that agreement before baseball season starts Thanks Allison That's Allison schrager opinion columnist with Bloomberg news Coming up on Bloomberg opinion what's it like to be a woman in the metaverse Our columnist gave it a try The findings may surprise you And.

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02:06 min | 9 months ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That would be a new record high and a 10% jump from a year ago I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom As we've been reporting targeted COVID testing in the United Kingdom has just been announced and more African countries faced travel restrictions in the UK health secretary Sajid javid announced expanded safety measures confirming the UK's first two cases of the omicron variant of the coronavirus have been found in chelmsford and Nottingham Those all that this pandemic is far from over and if there's one thing that everyone can be doing right now is if they're eligible please take your vaccine What is your first shot your second shot or your booster job If you're eligible please take your vaccine Governor Kathy hogel declared a state of emergency on Friday due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in New York and the threat of the omara variant She said the variant hasn't yet been detected in the state but that she decided to sign an executive order to allow the health department to limit non-essential non urgent procedures in hospitals and acquire critical supplies more quickly The order takes effect December 3rd The prospect of the freshly named Omar Khan variant of the virus saw an early morning selloff become a full blown crash for oil on worries over demand destruction Oil fell 13% Friday to 68 15 a barrel Airline shares stumbled Friday the most since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic after European countries banned flights from South Africa to slow the spread of the Omaha variant More on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet The UK is halting arrivals from South Africa and several neighboring countries in the U.S. travel related stocks from Marriott to united and cruise operated carnival all plunged the border clamped down signal on new level of risk for tourism dependent companies whose recovery was already stalled this month by a fourth wave of coronavirus cases in Europe Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

"Everything that had to do with power. This guy was in charge of. It is so i said to him. I got the year they say to What kind of engineer. You and he said. I'm an electrical engineer. Morale areo again can't make this stop. There are so many stories that i can tell you a validation that we get from past lives from medical scans from talking to deceased love ones that once somebody gets into this work. It's really hard to to You know think that there isn't real because it is because there's just no way you can make all this stuff up so i wanna go into your mother's parting gift before we do that. Can you take then journeys and go to these other world or go to these other places and learn maybe even from other teachers absolutely in a nanosecond favorite. Teach people how to do that. Favorite place to go to have one. Don't really have one. I this reality is just fine with me all right. So let's talk about this reality. Let's talk about your mom and talk about usually when we think of somebody's parting a loved one parting. We don't think of it as a well. This seems like a paradox wrapped within an enigma. What did you see. What did you feel about all schick. Would you agree no. I think that it's it's a glorious components that is part of the equation when somebody is dying because when somebody's dying when we have a loved one who's dying it's heart wrenching. In most instances in so this adds the glorious component to it. that helps equalize it. You know it's all about staying. No trawl it's all about the teeter. Totter staying in the middle in this help says no that there's more to the equation know that our loved one is surrounded by angels and escorted to heaven by angels. It get any better than that. No that our loved ones spirit is around us all the time. We can communicate with them at any time out. Comforting is so your your your mom's in hospice or she's got hospice nurses around her you. Can you walk us through that last day sure. we i live in birmingham alabama. My mother was in hospice facility in columbus ohio so they transferred her there on a friday. We drove all night which was a ten hour drive. Got there about nine o'clock in the morning and She was not communicative at that point and the the staff said well she's hydrated coming in from the hospital. She's probably gonna last couple weeks. All my family was starting together from in town out of town and as the day progressed. I was seeing this configuration of angels and deceased loved ones spirits that were in the room and my deceased grandmother. My maternal grandmother her mother who had died six months prior was running the show. That's what was so interesting to michael. you know. We always think that angels are running michaud or some other spirits running the show or guys running the show will. It's the deceased maternal spirit. That's closest to the person who's dying. Who's running the show. So mom's job is never done. Mom's job is never done and we think okay. Our kids are grown. And they're on their own well. We're helping our kids from the gray from beyond mccray and so my grandmother. We called her. Meemaw miami ma was bringing in angels and other deceased levens as the day progressed. What started out. As a circle of angels around my mother opened into a horseshoe and kept expanding until eventually it was in a straight line across the foot of her bed and more and more spirits of of friends and family and other deceased level..

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"julie ryan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Down. We're excited to check out the new content Serious from Ford Motor Company titled Women who Power America forward. Women are accustomed to putting out fires at home and at work. But Queen, a new neighbor who was a deputy fire chief, has broken down barriers and risen through the ranks of the male dominated firefighting industry. We're gonna talk to her about that and what it feels like to constantly have to prove yourself. We all know the fire service is a male dominated profession. So how do you as a woman combat that You have to have passion, but you also have to work extremely hard. I use compassion for people to drive me and I think that's very unique. In my field. You can follow Queen a new names, inspiring story at Power America forward dot com and you can listen to a new episode of you Down Every Monday you down is available on my heart Radio apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Now, Kay to weather Rice guys in the forecast all day and once, but there will be some marries the morning clouds and some fog patches out in the back and we'll see some East winds coming out of the gorge 15 to 30 Miles an hour now morning plans to give way to mostly sunny skies. Daytime highs in the upper forties below fifties and we'll watch for increasing clouds to return to the area on Christmas Eve evening from the K two storm tracker Weather Center. I'm Dave Celeski, Annette. Well, there's nothing like the Christmas season where you've got to talk about angels. It's fantastic. And in a moment we will Julie Ryan back with us or latest work is called Angel messages. For dogs. I kid you not so we'll talk about that with Julie when we come back on coast to coast am She creates CC pocket radio happens to be one of the most popular pocket radio's out there. Today it has unbeatable Lehman FM reception crisp, clear audio for its small size and you can listen to its amazing sound. Using the included CC earbuds.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You just gonna stand there and let people not give you credit for being a good driver? You deserve discount on car insurance. And that's what snapshot from progressive is four. So why aren't you signing up? You need music to get put hit it. Don't Don't Don't Don't know Donald Donald Trump's Alo Al, That hurts my fingers. Do do do Don't go out. Progressive canceled the insurance company and affiliates snapshot not available in California, North Carolina from all ages. Kiss me. Not all very on the road goes on forever and ever. You're hearing coast to coast. A. M, with George Noory live from somewhere deep below the Earth on premiere networks. Well, there's nothing like the Christmas season where you've got to talk about angels. It's fantastic. And in a moment we will Julie Ryan back with us or latest work is called Angel messages. For dogs, kids. You're not so.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Destiny? An we have free will and there are bazillion ways that you can learn how to give and receive. And that's a way that perhaps she chose her spirit chose to maybe she was the wife of the sister of the child of the mother of someone who had cancer before and she thought this round. This look at it from that perspective of the person who has the cancer nowhere. We're looking at it from a different bragged have to learn me as were were eternal and time doesn't exist in the spirit world so it's not like we're on a time clock here rain you have to learn something it's about more about. I want to experience it. This way from mismanagement you. The movie stars born. That was out a couple of years ago with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. That was the fourth remake of that movie. I know. Yeah exactly. See the Chris Chris Christopherson Barbra streisand seventies? Yeah I did too in high school and so same script for time. Line different cast of characters during setting. I think the streisand one was set in California. I think this one was set. New York yeah her or something but yeah and it was rock and roll. This is country music. And then there's the Judy Garland version which I also saw. Because I grew up loving Judy Garland. And so you know again Staus same stuff. Yeah right right. So that's our lives. Are I think we explore a basic scripts from a bunch of different vantage points and different times and different genders? And all of that. And then when we're done exploring it we go back to nine we go. Oh okay. I'm done with that. And then we go cook up something else that we wanNA commit explore and we reincarnate. We'll ask you one last question before we wrap up. Because I'm curious about this We both were raised Catholic. And so I'm wondering how. How do you reconcile being raised Catholic than doing what you do now because it seems to me? Sometimes I don't know and again this may just be a story. I'm telling myself that they don't necessarily play nicely together. Actually the Vatican Pope several years ago released Encyclical which was like a decree kind of thing from his his pope nece from the bow from the Vatican that psychics and healers were to be welcomed in the parish is because they're doing God's work so good yeah and interestingly enough. My Book Angelic. Attendance is used in Sunday school classes around the country. And it's a given of all denominations and synagogues and it's given a copy of it is given to every family that comes into plan a funeral from my parish my Catholic parish and the The Angel Messages for Kids Book. Which can I show you that? You're always the illustrations this is it. It's so cute. The illustrations are just. I have Great to have bombs that. Send me emails. I've got to in the last two days that say my two year old master. Read this every night before they go to bed and I love this one. Look at that little girls picture. I think the hoping maybe seventeen sentences in it none of them long all about the pictures but but I got a letter from a mom who said my little boy who's to wasn't sleeping through the night and I book and we read it and I said to him honey. If you wake up in the middle of the night just talk to your angels. And she said ever since then he slept through the night That we read that book every night..

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Run. And he's getting ready to do a multi center study and he's going to be published in journals and all of that and and I think it's remarkable that a lot of the scientific community is validating what we've all been taught to believe it one way or another Yeah that's true and and it it really does. It goes across different religions. And you know everyone has different ideas about Life after death and and that's even what will we say you know? It's life after death in a way of some form and but there's one thing you did mention which I thought was so funny about the the comment about that. She left the room you know. And that's when yeah because that happened not exactly to me but I was. I was with my sister when she was passing and she was in the living room in a hospice bed and I was in the dining room so essentially the really in the same room but I was got on my computer and you know and I was hearing the death rattle and stuff and then I got sidetracked with something other than all of a sudden. I realized that in here anything anymore and I went Kayla you went and left when I was distracted didn't and it was yeah and and so but the hospice people said. Oh yeah that happens frequently because yeah I think some time I think the way she explained it to me was that I think sometimes the people just say they don't maybe maybe there's fear doesn't WanNa have you be there be that dealing with it so it's like they'd rather just kind of like what to slip out wallner. Well my grandmother did this my my Ma and I talk about it and Anjelica attendance and I was with her half an hour before she told me I was like.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Deceased family and friends spirits of deceased pets and countless serendipitous and miraculous moments and I in the middle of reading actually nearly done and it was really really interesting so I highly recommend it and not only that. She's got a new book out called Angel Messages for kids. Which is a picture book that has angels answering kids tough questions and if you know kids they always have tough questions. Oh my goodness I'm glad minor old but even now they still ask me stuff Matt WanNa Answer. But anyway I digress on each week Julie also scans callers on her ask Julie Ryan podcast which is heard by millions of people in over one hundred countries throughout the world but not only that she is a business woman and inventor of Surgical Devices. Believe it or not Which have been sold globally and She has founded nine companies and five different industries and when his even more interesting well his if that wasn't enough but what interesting to me anyway is the fact that her psychic and medical intuitive skills are learned which? I didn't realize that you could do that. So first off. Welcome to live love engaged. Julie. I'm so glad you're here. Oh what a treat to be with you. Thanks for having me. I'm really glad to talk with you and learn because you definitely have had quite a varied career and life and I'm especially intrigued by the fact that you actually learned to be a medical intuitive and psychic. So can you share with us? How that came about sure as you mentioned. I'm an inventor of surgical devices and I've always been interested in medical stuff. The medical side of the equation. But I was on the supply side of of medical providers and our communication degree. I'll have a medical degree and I had a friend who gave me a book called Anatomy of the spirit. Gosh going on close thirty years ago. Gloria and I read it and it was by a woman named Caroline. Mace calls herself medical intuitive..

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"julie ryan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on AP News

"Some students in Kettering Ohio start their home school day with the pledge of allegiance it was an idea from one mom trying to make her family's new normal feel a little bit like the old one and she included neighbors I and now Jennifer stampers 9 year old son Zach has had a change of heart about school I always wish the school was in the thing right tell Julie Ryan is a second grade teacher who lives on the block I think it brings the neighborhood together when we're supposed to be a part actually after

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US job losses mount as economic pain deepens worldwide

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

US job losses mount as economic pain deepens worldwide

"Some students in Kettering Ohio start their home school day with the pledge of allegiance it was an idea from one mom trying to make her family's new normal feel a little bit like the old one and she included neighbors I and now Jennifer stampers nine year old son Zach has had a change of heart about school I always wish the school was in the thing right tell Julie Ryan is a second grade teacher who lives on the block I think it brings the neighborhood together when we're supposed to be a part actually after

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"julie ryan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:21 min | 3 years ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to our segment with Julie Ryan as we talk about an Djelic attendants fascinating discussion. Julie it really is. And let's go to Democat in Miami, Florida. Hi deva. Welcome to the program. Hi, hi, Julie. I I'm very mazed that you could read animals, I rescue specially need homeless animal, and I was asked by two rescuers. They pulled a cat named Henry from a horror house and many of the cats. They had the died but Henry had seven disabilities. He was blind deaf. Could walk a logical issue sees and this cat when they pulled him out. Henry did he wanted die yet? He wanted. He wanted to know love. So they tried to get him help and no one stepped up. I stay asked me. 'cause since I specially that I took on Henry underneath my ways. And I showed him love for months, and you know, I tried to rehab him. But because of the inbreeding that were still much problems. But he knew love you slept underneath my arms every night. And like question is. Did I do the right thing that Henry love that he that? He get a chance to feel love with before he passed. Oh, absolutely. You sound like one of those angels on earth. We were. Exactly. Yes. Absolutely. Well, tell us more about this Julian while you think that this animal felt this love. Well, I think that that animals can feel our emotions, and I think Henry was there as much for you. Is it Advocaat? Did I say your name does right cut? I think Henry was there as much for you as you were there for him. I think he gave you love when you were in the process of giving him love. And so it was just a reciprocal relationship. But but I find that animals spirits are around us all the time. So there's I'm sure his spirit still around even though he's passed show. Do you believe in God? Julie. Oh, absolutely. Does God ever. Visit us in the spirit world. I think God is around us all the time, George I believe that that we are made in the image likeness of God like talks about in the bible. Able and most of us think that that means that God looks like some old, man. You know, he's depicted with white hair and a white gown long white beard kind of like a double door. Dan, dolphin Lord of the rings is hell lot of us perceive God. But, but I believe that we're all made in the image likeness of God in spirit form. So I believe God is around us all the time in spirit for him as we can communicate with other spirits. That's what I have learned to do. And do every day. Let's go to Doug in Modesto, California. Hey, Douglas, go ahead. Georgia lee. Hi, I wanted to two stories it'd be quick with you guys. I had an angel experience. What I believe was dangerous spins back in nineteen ninety seven when I was seventeen I used to go to the canals and slim with my brothers older brothers was no, no. But we did it anyways out here, and we always do that. And in the summertime and one time we were at a favorite spot that we went to and my brothers were jumping in. Towards the front of the coffin, which is well part of the now that that they call the coffin familiar, and then there's the catwalk. That's behind the coffin. Oh, my brothers were floating down towards the catwalk. And right before let's underneath a towel walk. The false water goes through they were hopping out right at the catwalk. By by the falls. They put this on the beam well in the center and it hot out. A little older than me at the time. What am I said? I was seventeen and both of them went. And no problem I jumped in. And my reminds you or I should say rather, the only ones there I jumped in down towards the front of the coffin. What it down? No problem. Totally confident and rights when it when I got right for the false in the beam. I looked down into the falls, and it was actually the first time last into the false where I was going towards then there was all this jagged rebar that was sticking out. And just as I went to put my feet towards the beam. I get sucked over towards the rebar. And I'm about to go down into the fall through the rebar. And I'm horrified, and I'm not struggling to stop enough limber turns out to get away from it. I'm about to go in suddenly somebody reaches down and pulls me, grabs my arm, impulsive me out of the false onto the catwalk. And this show man who I know was not there before that moment. And I don't know where came from. I'm talking to my brother's over the years. We talked about this experience. And they all say we all agree on the weird scene from. I remember where he went after that. I just know that he pulled me out of the false, and he saved my life that day and ever since. Then I've always believed that he wasn't angel. And it was just a really I love that story. Crazy. Yeah. Yeah. Me too. That's another one for a new book. Julie. Well, Doug real quickly when you were telling that story, and you were talking about the guy that reached down in full you up when I get validation. I call it angel bumps or God bums, my legs were vibrating like so that's some validation can aesthetically for you that that is exactly what happened. That was. Thanks dog. Good story. I appreciate that. That stop we go to whose turn is it. It's rose Marie in would Kentucky first time. Caller, I Rosemary. Go ahead. I just have to questions the first one is can pets talk in heaven. Let's let's stick with that. One number one can pet stock in heaven, Julie. Yes, pets communicate telepathically those when they're alive and deceased so again, it sounds like a thought in your head when you talk to a pet, and if you think about it for more than a second. That's your brain, you know, conversing with you. But yes, pets communicate telepathically. What about when you're in heaven? Can you speak to them on a regular basis? Like, you would talk like I'm talking to you. Not necessary because all spirits, whether their pet or human, you know, deceased, spirits, communicate telepathically. So the way that we talk is just are. It's part of our human Ness humanness. Is that a word? I guess you could talk with like, telepathy, right? Yeah. Like, you know, those alien movies where they just talked to lepetic telepathically. Also aboriginal cultures have been doing this since the beginning of time. They can communicate telepathically across vast distances thousands of miles. So this is not a new phenomenon in the human world telepathic communication with spirits cetera. Live and also spirits that are deceased. I still think there's the devil out there somewhere. Okay. I mean. Yes, it's conceivable that organized religion created this for control and fear. I mean, I could see that happening. But I just think that if there's an evil person or. Or spirit that they're not rewarded by being put in with the group of the other people. You know, the the good ones. Yeah. It's really hard for us to to rep our human minds around that. But if you remember that most cultures were were literate until very recently, you know, they couldn't read or write. So so in what's the biggest motivator on the planet. It's fear. Let's right. Let's go to Taylor in Colorado Springs. Colorado high Taylor go ahead. Barely barely. Let's get you on a bitter. No, I can't I'm gonna put you on hold. Tom. See if you can fix the Taylor's line before we are off with Julie, let's go to Nancy in Boston. Mass finance. Go ahead. Good morning. I have to polish as head of time for being so self centered. But I'm having several health issues going on some for a long time some recently and not particularly frightened by them. But I'm really getting Austin and tired, and I don't know if there's one or more that really needs immediate attention that I miss her. All right. Give it a try. The good news is you're not dying here in your body. So there's that an OB delighted to scan you to do a medical skin on you. If you just go to my website ask Julie, Ryan dot com. Then I'll be delighted to do that. And and we can we can figure out what's going on. Whenever I get somebody on my radar Nancy and George for medical scan three things happen. First of all something's identified the most pressing issues identified. I Secondly, there's always an energetic healing that commences immediately. And then Thirdly, I am always looking for a tear that energy field membrane that I talked about before and the goldfish in a bag example because when there's an energy block it can build over time and cause a blowout in that membrane, and we leak energy. And so that needs to be repaired in the body when it's working on full power. Ansi always has the capacity to heal. I've never seen anything in twenty five years that cannot be healed everything can be healed. And I and I've witnessed some pretty miraculous things happen along those lines. So I'll be delighted to talk with you. And do a medical scan on you get one more time. How does Nancy get to U S? Julie Ryan dot com. Okay. In your Email? A Nancy just mentioned you were on the show. Social look be able to flag you in notes, you let's go next to the cold and Reno Nevada, Nicole, go ahead. Nancy? How are you? It's julie. She's good. Hi, nicole. Hugh. I I'm sorry. But evil definitely say I need to come out the door with that. But. That you know that you can. I have. Listing and you know. I respect your opinion in respect to work. But at the same time, I believe anything because as this. Knowledge that usually all right. Let's get a take on it. That's a fair question for you. Julie. I think that that's absolutely fine. I think that's your prerogative to believe that Mike experiences that it doesn't make spirits both in working with. Oh, gosh. Thousands and thousands of people over twenty five years and Helms spirits being told repeatedly that it doesn't it exists in our human world absolutely does. But in the spirit world does not I. I would say not everything that it just because we don't agree on the evil part of it that the other things are inaccurate or wrong. I don't think so at all Remmy in Tijuana, Mexico is with us. Hell EMMY, go ahead, sir. I'm sure a grassy. Are you? Leading for the person or people have fast. Are you doing readings Julie? When you do set up interviews with people we can have cover stations with this love ones. I mean, you can talk to whoever you wind Julius Caesar. Ever whoever absolutely me talk to you. We just call them in have you ever not been able to get a hold of some entity or person know,.

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"julie ryan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:23 min | 3 years ago

"julie ryan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Our segment with Julie Ryan as we talk about an Djelic attendance fascinating discussion. Julie it really is. And let's go to Deva in Miami, Florida. Hi deficit. Welcome to the program. How are you? Hi, julie. Hi. Hi. Hi chile. I I'm very mazed that you can read animals, I rescue specially need homeless animals, and I was asked by two rescuers. They pulled a cat named Henry from water out and many of the cats they had died, but Henry had seven disability. He was blind death. Couldn't walk no logical issues. The and this cat when they pulled him out. Henry did he wanted die yet? He wanted. He wanted to know love. So they tried to get him help and no one stepped up. I stay ask me. Because since I do specially that I took on Henry underneath my ways. And I showed him love for months, and you know, I try to rehab him. But because of the inbreeding that was still much problems. But he knew loved he slept in my eyes every night. And my question is. Did I do the right thing that give Henry love that? He that. He get a chance to feel love with before he passed. Oh, absolutely. You sound like one of those angels on earth. We were. Exactly. Yeah. It's absolutely. Well, tell us more about this Julian why you think that this animal felt this love. Well, I think that that animals can feel our emotions, and I think Henry was there as much for you. Is it data? Did I say your name Beth, right? Yeah. I think entry was there as much for you. As you were there for him. I think he gave you love when you were in the process of giving him love. And so it was just over sip recall relationship. But but I find that animals spirits are around us all the time. So there's I'm sure his spirit still around even though he's passed. So do you believe in God? Julie. Oh, absolutely. Does God ever. Visit us in the spirit world. I think God is around us all the time, George I believe that. That we are made in the image likeness of God like talks about in the bible, and most of us think that that means like God looks like some old, man. You know, he's depicted with white hair and a white gown along white beard kinda like a double door. Dan, dolphin Lord of the rings is how lot of perceive God. But, but I believe that we're all made in the image likeness of God in spirit form. So I believe God is around us all the time in spirit form, as we can communicate with other spirits. That's what I have learned to do and do every day. Let's go to dog in Modesto, California. Hey, Douglas, go ahead. Hey, Georgia Elise. Hi, I wanted to share two stories it'd be quick with you guys. First off had an angel experience. What I believe was angel experience back in nineteen ninety seven when I was seventeen I used to go to the canals and slim with my brothers brothers was annot about we did it anyways out here than we always do that. And in the summertime and one time we were at a favorite spot that we went to and my brothers were jumping in. Towards the front of the coffin, which is a part of the now that that they call the coffin familiar, and then there's the catwalk. That's behind the coffin. Oh, my brothers were floating down towards the catwalk and right before which underneath a catwalk. The false water goes through they were hopping out right at the catwalk. By by the falls. They put their seat on the beam while in the center and out, and there are a little older than me at the time. When I said, I was seventeen and both of them went had no problem. I jumped in and remind you or I should say rather, the only ones there I jumped in down towards the front of the coffin flooded down. No problem. Totally confident right tone it when I got right towards the falls in the beam. I looked down into the falls. And it was actually the first time I last into the false where I was going towards the there was all this jagged rebar. That was sticking out. And just as I went to put my feet towards the beam. I get sucked over towards the rebar. And I'm Bill down into the fall through the rebar. And I'm horrified and I'm not strong enough. I'm not starving. Limber turns out to get away from it. As I'm about to go in suddenly somebody reaches down and pulls me, grabs my arm and pulled me out of the false onto the catwalk. And if this young man who I know was not there before that moment. And I don't know where he came from. I'm talked to my brother's over the years when we talked about this experience, and they all say, we all agree where he came from. I don't remember where he went after that. I just know that he pulled me out of the false, and he saved my life that day and ever since. Then I've always believed that he wasn't angel. And it was just a really I love that story. Crazy. Yeah. Yeah. Me too. That's another one for a new book. Julie. Well, real quickly when you were telling that story, we're talking about the guy that reached down in full you up when I get validation. I call it angel bumps or God bums, my legs were vibrating. So that's some validating can aesthetically for you that that is exactly what happened. That was nice dog. Good story. I appreciate that. Next up. We go to whose turn is it. It's Rosemary and Edgewood Kentucky, first time caller. I rose Murray. Go ahead. I have two questions. The first one is can't pets talk and having. Let's let's stick with that one number one can pet stock in heaven, Julie. Yes, pets communicate telepathically both when they're alive and deceased so again, it sounds like a thought in your head when you talk to a pet, and if you think about it for more than a second at your brain, you know, conversing with you. But yes, pets communicate telepathically. What about when you're in heaven? Can you speak to them on a regular basis? Like, you would talk like I'm talking to you. Not necessary because all spirits, whether their pet or human, you know, deceased, spirits, communicate telepathically. So the way that we talk is just are. It's part of our human Ness humanness. Is that a word? I guess you could talk with like, telepathy, right? Yeah. Yeah. Like, you know, those alien movies where they just talked to lepetic telepathically. Also aboriginal cultures have been doing this since the beginning of time. They can communicate telepathically across vast distances thousands of miles. So this is not a new phenomenon in the human world telepathic communication with spirit center alive and also spirits that are deceased. I still think there's the devil out there somewhere. Okay. I mean. Yes, it's conceivable that organized religion created this for control and fear. I mean, I could see that happening. But I just think that if there's an evil person or. Spirit that they're not rewarded by being put in with the group of the other people. You know, the the good ones. Yeah. It's really hard for us to to wrap our human minds around that. But if you remember that most cultures were were literate until very recently, you know, they couldn't read or write. So so in what's the biggest motivator on the planet. It's fear. Let's right. Let's go to Taylor in Colorado Springs. Colorado high Taylor go ahead. Barely barely. Let's get you on a bitter. No, I can't I'm gonna put you on hold. Tom. See if you can fix the Taylor's line before we are off with Julie, let's go to Nancy in Boston. Mass finance. Go ahead. Good morning. I have to apologize ahead of time for being so self centered. But I'm having several health issues going on some for a long time, some recently, and I'm not particularly frightened by them. But I'm really getting lost it and tired. And I don't know if there's one or more that really needs immediate attention that I missing. All right. Give it a try. The good news is you're not dying here spirit much in your body. So there's that an album delighted to scan you to do a medical skin on you. If you just go to my website ask Julie, Ryan dot com. Then I'll be delighted to do that. And and we can we can figure out what's going on it whenever I get somebody on my radar Nancy and George for medical scan three things happen. First of all something's identified the most pressing issues identified. I Secondly, there's always an energetic healing that commences immediately. And then Thirdly, I I'm always looking for a tear that energy field membrane that I talked about before the goldfish in a bag example because when there's an energy block it can build over time and cause a low out in that membrane, and we leak energy. And so that needs to be repaired in the body when it's working on full power. Ansi always has the capacity to heal. I've never seen anything in twenty five years that cannot be healed everything can be healed. And I and I've witnessed some pretty miraculous things happen along those lines. So I'll be delighted to talk with you. And do a medical scan on you get one more time. How does Nancy get to you? Ask Julie Ryan dot com. Okay. And send your Email. Nancy just mentioned you were on the show social able to flag you in. No, it's you let's go next to the cold and Reno Nevada, Nicole, go ahead. Hey, nancy. How are you? It's julie. She's good. Hi, nicole. I love both you I I'm sorry. But evil definitely does. It say I mean to come out the door with that. But. That you know that evil him. I have long listing, and you know. I respect your payment most respect your work. But at the same time, I believe anything you say of the, but he's only knowledge even all right? Let's get her take on it. That's a fair question for you. Julie. I think that that's absolutely fine. I think that's your prerogative to believe that my spirit's is that it doesn't make spurious both in working with. Oh, gosh. Thousands and thousands of people over twenty five years and housands of spirits being told repeatedly that it doesn't it exists in our human world. Absolutely. It does. But in a spirit world. It does not. I don't. I would say not everything that it just because we don't agree on the evil part of it that the other things are inaccurate or wrong. I don't think so at all Remmy in Tijuana, Mexico is with us L over me. Go ahead, sir. Who I'm sure exactly are you. Leading for the person or people. How are you doing readings? Julie. When you do set up interviews with people we can have cover stations. This is loved ones. I mean, you can talk to whoever you want talk to Caesar. However. Whoever. Oh, absolutely talk to just call them in have you ever not been able to get a hold of some entity or person? Now, you've always been able to. Yes. That's interesting..

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