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"jumbo b." Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:57 min | 5 d ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"jumbo b." Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:57 min | 5 d ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"I would want her to tell me a lot of women say that so now. If this that's different though. I would hope so i would hope so especially when you to would cheap right. How do you say go tell my husband. I was cheating. Yeah of my husband was cheap. Jacob taylor in here with this story you know popsicles and ice cream too selfish mess disappointment on all right ivy in the bronx says my fifty seven year old aunt asked to stay with me for a short period of time and i agree to let her stay for a month. She's in the basement. And i have a kitchenette down there instead of her buying groceries and toiletries for herself and her mini kitchen. I come home to find out that she's using my meat. My toilet paper all of my alcohol and entertaining her friends upstairs in my den area. While i'm at work. I want her out of my house because i don't like confronting people. Would i be wrong to tell my aunt to get out. Not at all not at all speed would out two days. You wait a minute hold up you. Wrestle with three key thing was eating meat you hair where you a vaulted meat. I got stay on my mind when i come in from working goan. Secondly you drink you here hear you wrong for that. But the most important hop come in the house they know damn tallet you gotta get as out land base cabinets and everything casey note. No all i got is his guests timing and in front of me you get up outta here eight agnes idea that right now and never let a fifty. Your aunt stay with you know dale. They got too many old habits. Now you come home watch a whole af was sitting up in your living room watching tv drinking liquor even meet going through toilet tissue learned a valuable lesson.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

05:08 min | 5 d ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Oh better way to do go. Steve harvey morning show make no mistake about and players. And let's get it surely strawberry. Good morning steve. Calling for rail. Good morning steve and crew was hack. His name is kiss fates. We call him junior. I refers lil as the future king. Monnet up about a precise the undisputed king of pranks nephew talk top top hoped infringe walk ring. Self out love. It sounds like you're feeling really good today. Mr harvey make you know. What is gratitude. I mean will yesterday was grad. Today's gratitude steel grateful right. I just got just kept at it. So all i need is no was. They had a day. Your lips puppies is humming with those. Y'all today blessed that amol fault. Uk coolio soup quicker. You'll hot chocolate. Berge k will also allow you gay. Do you know you'll kisses hurt. All glad you didn't get it. I thought it was a problem as young. Boy i really did because they tease me about it. But then i grew into it. I discovered the multipurpose episode. She yeah filming right now right well. Happy first day of fall. Yeah numbers over emmers over some lives in the rear view mirror on our. Have you changed your closet app. Thievery this week looking forward to it. All right coming up at thirty two minutes after the hour. Ask the chief. Officer steve harvey in the building. Right after this. You're listening to morning. Show time now for ask the l. o. That is the clo- the chief love officer. Steve harvey here we go. This one is from mika in rock hill south carolina..

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"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

07:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

"Have with me everywhere. I go as you always have. Music dislike lightly playing the background flake. you're at a party in there is no music. It's not offer because unlike supposed to be talking to the entire time. And it's also like a point of compensation exactly no i put on a song and it's like oh i've never heard the song who's it by like. Oh i'm you start listening to things specifics. About it just like when i first met you is like we were back and forth with. What's your place. I'll give you the song but that one on the next thing what's next what's next cue added to the freaking. Qb and just click on the phone. Don't mess up. The queue bound none. There's just so many good it's utilizing music for the enjoyment of the entertainment but also like you can also like even going to the pandemic. I was like some times right. And i started on onto like i would get caught in thought and just the same things over and over again but then i was like you know what i've never listened to like a beta out like all the thought that on in the background and it really just kind of makes your mind think about something else like move on or just continue forward i mean and like i'm i don't know if you regularly listen to beethoven before but like there's definitely similar to like the immersion chaotic thing that we were talking about before now. You've listened to classical music so much of classical music is actually in all like the pop music and stuff that we listen to now. I'm sure there's some song you'll listen to later like. Oh that's a mozart that like. There's there's like a. I forget what the name of the song. But there's a piano piano for alleged but i in a current pop pop song. The melody is yeah. No it's crazy actually saw those videos like all these pop songs comprised of like the same four chords music is just nuts put in different orders and so yeah how did you i mean does that limit you it all not really. Because there's i mean there's other factors to go into like tamales and different like expression and expression meteors in different tambor's and stuff like that. Yeah this is interesting. Yeah so. I i don't know. Music has always been a big part of my life in pretty. I think the point is trying to use it moving forward in other elements as well again. Having beethoven on or something to like. Enhance your creativity or your focus. I mean they do that with video games like the guy who created As older he would like satan his office with the music. And like if you could sit with like how long you can work with you. Know how it affected his work and everything because he wanted to make sure it was important. He knew it was important for the game. And everything in whole offering of time base based around that. But yeah yeah i just. I'm i'm really glad that you know the reason i wanted to talk to you. Because it's not everybody appreciates music and i. It's so sad. Yeah but i can tell you real love for i did. Yeah and i like making noise was being loud but also you know the lake. The there's the imaginative part of it. And like you know there is. I was watching a video yesterday. vom the lion king was versing Further shows that are coming up because after the snow. And i was. I started crying when i was watching. Because like these people haven't sun with each other for a year over year and they're all in the same room saying the song that they sing every seven days a week before the pandemic multiple times a week and mike before she Breath like sing. I note she is. I can't do that. Hold on give me a second. And i was watching. I was like yet. that's it. She knows what she was moving forward. I guess like how do you for yourself plan on continuing that that learning and growing within music and and and how even on a broader scale like how it's been changed and how it's gonna how you think it's going to move forward. I guess for myself or like just and again you know. I mean for myself feel like now that i'm in a city like with people all over the place in all people from different backgrounds. I feel like there's going to be a lot more that. I can dive into as far as like zombies to to go into were different. You know recording techniques or different types of music excel like just kind of different places of inspiration. A draw phone. That's another reason. I wanted to move to. The city is yes to is to really get different perspectives. Close to mind. Single-minded ohio. And i mean anyone from anywhere can just be like to pigeonholed into what they know. Mike listening to whatever and just go with it and it's only music but like there's other things right y- lines so i guess in the future i would want to. You know just know a lot more than i do now. Just i mean i know a lot more than i did five years ago. So that's you know. I feel like i'm on the right path. Absolutely absolutely you know guiding the utes help in the children's you f-. Tk kids all right man. Yeah that's actually You know. I think that could be good. Cutoff point know. I feel like we've gotten a lot of I i didn't know. There's all these worlds and everything i didn't. I thought there was like a one group in there's multiple on on lewis things. But yeah so i appreciate you kind of you know. Teach me up a little bit is my job. Yeah thanks well how was it. How do you feel. Do you feel musically inspired by jason. Who saria because i do. I was amazing. Thank you so much for allowing me to be an insane person. And have you. And i talked about music that i know absolutely nothing about and he gave me a base level of knowledge. And i i hope listeners got a little bit of that as well and i look like i said i look forward to talking with this guy In the future and having more and getting to know. I i'm actually really glad you allowed me to record this because again i i have not quite met a lot of people. Well i have now. But i haven't felt comfortable asking them to record with me. And jason is very comfortable person so I appreciate that. And i do want to let y'all know i'm back backing sound. I'm feeling it again. I've got a got one lined up record on this sunday. And i mean i don't know if i'll necessarily be able to get back to exactly doing it weekly or as often as i was but i am going to try to start pumping amount more. I owe that to myself but also my listeners might might to listeners and i'm excited excited for things come fall is my favorite season is going to be awesome and i hope you.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

08:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

"Come intact and then i was also. Ud corologis like the top choir. Air traveling around and all that fun stuff but a lot of the like meat and potatoes of what. My composing sufferers was melodies because we add to brighter on arrangements. So my first syringe. Let's terms yeah. My freshman year was really bad. Really bad but we sang somewhere. It was i think it was love on top and all of the parts did the same thing the entire song except there were some modulations at the end which is really exciting. Just the same thing. But then i started listening to other acapella groups. You know because there's icy season offense stuff where like these people's win awards for it. So i would listen to him to that and then try and mimic it and do my own style and then i started writing arrangements of other songs and they got better and better and better as time went on and then we also competed in icees and our last year. My senior year. We went to semi finals. Which is like a huge in our minds. does because like we had been working all four years and still didn't get to semifinals five impressive seven thousand last year. It was like oh like a senior years. It we know what's going on so yeah it's super fun and arranging. There's many like avenues. You can take with it like you could be very technical about it and do a lot of music theory and thinking about what is a song and all the different coordinate stuff. That's where they get like math rock and stuff. It's just based off of numbers so it's odd perfect numbers and it's like it has to be like a relic naci sequences or whatever never heard of that music but theory that theory being that like the perfect numbers and this makes the perfect sound. Whatever but yeah. It's a so like the way that i did arranging was more like i would improve a lot like on my own like i would set up a mike and atma computer and listened to the song and just start singing a bunch of stuff And then i would listen to it over again and pick out things that i liked and then try. We like this is apart. This can be soprano part. The baseline is here. And then you know three and a half minutes get Takes days but then you get an acting like. Oh wow that that was all me. So you're more of a chaotic approach to many other parts of my life show and say directly to many nukes. Exactly wellpoint is just like we'll just throw it all out there and see what lands on the but then obviously turns out pretty. Well yeah i mean. I like the arrangements that i mean. So ed i think at a certain point i was. I almost hindered myself a little bit. Because then i would listen to the arrangement. That's not as good as last one is like asthma. Arrangements got better. I would be more critical of myself way. Which is like good and bad because then you lose. That lake doesn't matter. Let's just do it and it'll be fine and then neier being a little bit more specific so kinda wanna go back to that but yeah well and so moving forward Like with the education part of it engaging so how do you approach helping kids learn their style. Yes so i mean. I currently teach have been teaching elementary school primarily and. I'm actually going to be teaching. So i used to teach kindergarten to fifth grade and now going into pre k. To third grade okay. And the like methodology and theory mountain theory but the methodology that we know this is theory of education him but the methodology that i use his more on like a immersion of music and like being immersed in different analyses differ meters wide near younger. Is that you kind of get the the language learning language. Like when you're a baby people just talk around you and you're just listening listening listening listening so in a way. It almost chaotic. It approach my light my light. That's that's great so and it's almost just like a data thing like running data through people and the point where they can recognize the data. That's pretty much what it is. It's like out. I'll sing and chant everything that you could possibly here and then whatever you pick up you pick up and you put in your brain you think about it and then when you hear later like oh. I've heard that before. Yeah what does that. And then later on you start identifying and labeling things and then you get more specifics major minor or triple or whatever no triple dip the end with an amazing hit. I mean yeah no no but it's interesting because i'm actually like i guess related the my experience with stand up a little bit always. I've always just kind of passively. Watch stand up stand up comedian and kind of you know taken into account laughing in all different sorts of. i didn't even realize there were different sorts of comedians. Dan start watching standard. But then you realize there's a storytellers like micro bigly But then there's people who just do one liners Like you know. Neal brennan has a couple Or the performance arts like bo burnham combination easing but yeah and i again like. I didn't realize i was watching all these different sorts of things. But now that i've started doing stand up regularly and kind of looking into a little bit more than listening to this podcast called. Let's talk about sets and they actually break it down into like you know there's like tag lines setup and yeah the the comedic timing like how you come at the energy the audience all these different elements that actually go into it so like i said it is interesting. I guess it's almost. I'm the child and the situation Where i've just shown all these van k. Chaotic things kinda. And now i'm actually looking into how to dissect it and open up and through the cool people break it down into that different scenario so i think from there like for me and i guess within music to like you've found out your style that chaotic but it's like now i have to form and kind of see how i wanna come at kind of merit down and like what is my especially because stand up comedians like you there's a performance aspect to you. Have you have to ultimately come up with year performance. No matter what it is. Can't i mean you can't have like bits and pieces of everything. And honestly i do wanna take like i want to take elements that i get from music. I enjoy all different music to get on line. One of the things specifically that i did wanna bring up with you. Because you're super well-versed in the music world is the idea of just like how music affects your mindset and micro music really you know exit go and sometimes you have workout music. But i don't know if you've experienced this at all like having music on in the background can make any situation less uncomfortable. F a hundred percent. I mean i'm always My speaker i.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

06:28 min | 2 weeks ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

"But i like always like play with things and hit things and then when i got the opportunity to be all zones almost make noise and it's okay short. Let's it and then. I got to stay after school. One like meet all these people hang our everyone and everything like that mike. It kind of felt. Like i was like special like i was like. Oh like i'm a part of this elite group that can be after after. Do all these after club perform at all these different events for these different people that so it was fine. Yeah and i think that's where at least i mean for me. I do stand up. Comedy raised part of that originally comes from the center of attention. You know and like you know the the person like you come off stage and people are like. Oh that was whatever i mean. I'm sure it's kind of the same. Kill it at like a concert. Kinda obviously you're drawn to more than just that morning. Yeah no. it's definitely like the community part of it and like the making music with other people like it's it's a lot. It's a lot more when you can make music with other people like no that you've worked so hard to do certain things and then i've like as you said. I was skipping over. Thanks but when i was in high school i went to like a month long like intensive choir camp. Oh where we like. We like worked with like college professors and had ensembles from everyone in year like all over new york and then that was like the time that i was like. Yeah well i'm going to do. And what is the soviet in. And that's kind of what. I wanna job into because you you are in that kind of leader. Yes ching breaking things down for people to be able to learn So i mean it was a lesson in an intensive camp light yet you go over and what do you really like break deck like. How do you break news. Because when i hear a song asong faced and i love it. Don't yeah you're on the music. That's why i wanted to talk about it. And get into it and i like the idea of all these different pieces come together on. This is the same reason. I like movies to. You have to have all the workers on the set you have to have the people right at the actors directors you all these different parts that come together in this beautiful piece of work and i know nothing about breaking it down. I mean it's definitely a process like so that camp it was like a mock what you would get like a music major. So you would go in and we'd take theory classes you. Would you know take piano classes. You take private voice lessons you have different small ensembles big ensembles at new just responsible to for learning your music and The cool part was that it was a high school kids so like we would just form these different groups and like say. Hey we're gonna practice this like you wanna come over and just do this or and then other people throughout the campaign like hey you want the song like. Let's go practice. It just refund make music and then so like having that environment of like making being creative and listening to things and tweaking things and adding dynamics and adding emotions and expressions through. It's more than like your typical high. School program doesn't necessarily go into all those things true. Um so as a person who really knew the basics of what choral singing was really kind of chance to go on the other side of things with expression and stuff was really like i opening going into a couple of those things like like i guess it like the special even theory. I don't get that much about music. Theory all of so there was out the name a specific piece. There is a piece called after on a hill. Which is like. There's it's basically saying like at the end of the day like there's all these all these things while at the end of the day like relax you're all everything's crab amongst the chaos of everything. There was like a rehearsal where we talked about. All these things and the conductor was i. Yeah think about like what was the time you know where you felt like it was crazy or you felt like you didn't know it was going. He didn't know how it was going to add and channeling that yet. Yeah and even the experience like at the camp. It was a bunch of kids from all over new york. Nobody knew anyone. And roy. I be i four choir. Miana make sure like you guys know each other. You guys can sing sing with each other just each other at then. The crazy months that it was were waking up every day at adm and like doing this intense work every single day and then at the end of the month to put it all together it was like. Oh this is awesome. Yeah so like thinking about you know personal experiences in putting it into the music singing the makes on the june. Yeah yeah i did. I did choir in such. And i remember being very just like decide like read it and then you go over it and you. You work on the parts. Obviously you don't go into that real the emotion that goes behind dan and everything like i mean especially with like time schedules. Like there's there's other things that are happening in the educational setting rather than like an attentive camps. Yo sure yeah so. Did you have a favorite of all the things that you did at that point. Did you have like as far as like. What like choir versus bench offense. At that point. I was pretty much set that i was going to be doing. A bunch of singing decent epa a trumpet. I was not by any means the greatest thing ever. I love playing trumpet but like interest wasn't my thing although it kinda wasn't because i did all the things like i did everything jazz band marching man regular band. I guess they learned all the musicality stuff from it. Okay and breaking down like helps you come right. In and transpose moving forward. Yeah okay that's cool Is it true what they say about the.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

07:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on ARTICULATE with Steve McJones

"Welcome back to articulate the stephen jones. Hey what's up. It's me steven jones. So you don't. It's going on this week. I got jason. Rosario fellow friend of mine that i made here in philadelphia fellow fan from philly and he came on to talk about his career which is teaching music. I thought it was extremely interesting. And the way he kinda wrote me in with it was when i first met him that literally the first minute first of all i expect everybody in philly beaming and he's just like hey what's going on you doing just like started talking to me and i was like oh fuck us playing the music he was. Dj at this little get together. We were hanging out and he immediately was playing some interesting music right off the bat and allowed me to do my thing and play my music. Because i'm all about it. I always ask. Hey let me let me add this to acute. Just just i. don't just click not sane person. Just click the song added to the anyways but he no. We just did it off. He's really nice guy and he actually just moved to philly too so i recorded with him in his new apartment. That was settling in at beautiful apartment and we got into it was made. I look forward to having more music based conversations with this guy and all Much you see how it played out. But i should let you know he did give us a little glimpse into his new. Hit single called past the onion and starts out so enjoy Right so past the in past the bad recipes. So jason first of all. I should state. Your name is spelled very interesting. Yeah i've never seen jason. And then you reuss or series. I but some people say riyaz area was you know. I'm also from long island so that's just like all the accents so you grew up in long island. I did i did. I grew up on long island and music and stuff. There you didn't use did so. Did you know when you were a kid that you were into like. When did you start playing. What is so Your parents turn your music your own. you know. i can't give it was run up. Yeah so it wasn't really my. It was my ana. I did musical i when i was in elementary school. And then there's actually this like jazz band that came to mileage will remember and there sky playing the trumpet right next to me at the assembly and just very lively but i love looked i was like But in third you if you wanna do an industry instrument you had to do it in third grade you have to do it. String instrument first and then you could go to any other instruments so i play the violence. The school of music now. It was a regular commentator school. But so i played the violin. Third grade hated it. Second who me a sad song for you on the world's smallest violin syria. I know this really is the world's smallest violin. See and i want to play the trumpet. So that enforce grade. I got to play trumpet I did that for awhile. And that in middle school. auditioned for the school play. And i've never done that before they wanted. Guys 'cause middle school drama taking guys to do everything so i was like okay. I'll do the show. And i played the silent king. Did i sing it all now. Did i act. Oh yeah. Did i say any words three of them. I guess i can at the end of the show that is got a big roar of it did because i wasn't saying anything the entire show than boo there is so that happened and then the next year. I auditioned again. While i was like. Oh it's strength singing thing. Let's do that for annus oklahoma. You're still working on your trump. I was still doing the trump hidden so all that fun stuff. Unaided like all county stuff and smile which is like really graded. That's actually pretty. You skip over these things. I mean it was a pretty like what did you say. Fourth grade fifth grade. Es starts in fourth grade and then you can do it every year and he just for tonight that age of you know what i mean. I i at least in my opinion from somebody who doesn't do music s impressive. I feel like it's just like one of the things i lived. So she's like. I did it like yeah so then the next year i did oklahoma and i addition and then i got the lead role. Wow so going from no words singing that say anything to singing pretty much the entire show. How the next year. And that's when i started singing so like an eighth grade was wedding. I started and stuff and then high school i did. Every single ensembles possibly imagine besides women's choir. I would have done it. But i did. Jazz band went on bill. I was in the select group. I was in the mixed group who We didn't have acapella at that time. And then actually. I remember when i was in high school. My choir director. She likes sat me down my freshman year. And she's like what are you want to do with the rest of your life of course washington for math creating She was like. Ups great music teacher at ninth grade. She says i guess. I'll keep our this music thing did it. And then i guess i just stuck with me and then i started auditioning for schools my senior year and i did like allstate choir and stuff like that in high school and Singing and playing and like now you're like reacting like that makes me feel like oh yeah actually like dc. Yeah doubt skipping. Donald you just to them off a lot man. So specifically i mean you don't have to get into all the differences year thing but like you know like why did you. What made you want to do all those different ones like what it was. Just what about it kind of because you could pick one l. a. group and go really ham but you were attracted to all the different sorts of styles of everything. Yeah i never thought about that. Before i just really liked music and i so the thing is that like growing up. I used to make a lot of noise like hitting things singing things making noises with my mouth like my dad has a specific whistle that he does that like. I like practiced. How to do this whistle and now have a really loud little if i wanted to do right now all the south.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:08 min | Last month

"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"In relative terms in felt like they were moving back a little bit. I the media couple of weeks after the trade deadline reflected that all right sir always great stock the ouch. I always learn something. That's a that makes a. I think that the learning goes Goes more from my direction than you. But you're very kind to say that and egregious even i. I've learned today that. There's abraham lincoln pitcher behind you. That's cool yeah. My stepdad's name. Is lincoln siblings you you you met A their last name is lincoln became a big abraham. Lincoln nerds in terms of history. So that's what that pictures on my wall. Thank you sir. Buster bleacher tweets all ready buster bleacher tweets for a wednesday. We have michael doolan at doolan. Four zero nine. Four michael writes in diehard yankees fan. Here simple question with the recent hot streak are the yankees legit contenders buster. Twenty one in four since trading for gallo and trading for anthony rizzo their offenses transform. They do have to figure out the ninth inning. But yeah if you if you look at The way the teams are evolving as we come down the stretch here in the american league. I think the white sox probably on paper the best team but as we talked about i do. I do wonder about the white sox as we get closer to the postseason you know. How much you know how much adrenaline though have. That'll be an interesting thing to watch. Mr jackie are s at jaiqi. Juarez seventy-nine he wrote in a few weeks ago. Asking if the as can hang around with a tough schedule ahead he followed up on his original tweet saying i tweeted this a couple of weeks ago. And it's as bad. As i thought maybe worse as have lost their last four series including two straight in the mariners. Four games against the yankees up next and their schedule is absolutely brutal all the way through. What do you think about the is going forward. Yeah i would say in watching that yesterday and listening to the announcers you see their team play every single day. There is a feeling like this team needs a jump. Start like this team needs something You know a special game someone getting a big head because it was not only that they lost to the mariner's yesterday but they just looked dead. I mean they just absolutely absolutely flat game. No chris bassett to absolutely kills them. Let's go to john taisho at taizhou. Eighty-seven jijel in. Who would you rather have on your team right now. Blake snell combination of luiz patino and franscisco mae. Hia two of the four players got in the trade. Yeah there's no doubt about it. I mean this train does not look good for the padres. Now on the flip side. Aj fellers made some great trades obviously the train for fernando tetechies junior a deal in which she was traded james shields the back end of his career. That's going to go down as aj's best trait ever. This trade was not good. And i gotta say there definitely were red. Flags up around. Blake snell among evaluators to other teams. And i the padres. i think. Just miss those already already. That does it for bleacher. Tweets hashtag bleacher tweets on twitter..

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:38 min | Last month

"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"It just sucks the life out of your team. And i was remembering all that when madden's angels last night did that to the the orioles like right out of the gate. It feels like it's eight to one for a team that's lost eighteenth straight games that losing streak up to nineteen. Now what do you think about. The os unbelievable. I mean so. They're almost up to that. Record of the famous eighty eight orioles lost twenty one in a row. The nine thousand nine hundred sixty one. Philly's hold the modern record at twenty three in a row. If they don't win the against the angels here the next two days in the tampa bay which certainly smells like three losses in a row that would get them up to twenty four. But you're right the most amazing thing taylor. I know you're listening. Is none of these games are close. They are just getting absolutely destroyed. Game after game after game. It's not to be cruel here but this is the worst stretch of baseball by any team. I've seen in my lifetime just the way. They're getting hammered game after game and that's backed up by the numbers at sarah lang gave us yesterday. I'm assuming case through. Nineteen games was the worst run differential for any eighteen game. Stretch even for teams at say went to in sixteen or one in seventeen or three and fifteen the worst run differential for any team in major league baseball history for an eighteen game stretch. I'm assuming that we're we probably can say the same thing now. They've taken it to nineteen games in your rights like today. They face otani In the angels and then tomorrow they face the angels again and then after that you have the tampa bay rays and then you have the toronto blue jays. we're looking at the orioles. Like you know their their lifeline. That they need to take advantage of as you go down the stretch. Then they play the yankees. I'm always a male buster how things how different teams react to to time of the year because we we see good teams who can just get on a roll. Like tampa bay suddenly seems unbeatable or the yankees. You know things snowball in the right direction. Then we see what's happened to the cubs that one's understandable they trade. We all their good players were the mets where the of expectations as just kind of got to them and they just can't dig themselves out of it but the orioles i mean not that they're not trying. These are young guys are trying to prove themselves in. The majors tried to earn a job for next year. So this isn't a veteran team. You know who's just kind of giving up on the year they wanna win.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

06:48 min | Last month

"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I guess. I would go with the red sox. But it's a coin flip nationally last night. We saw the padres dodger play earlier in the year. It felt like the padres. You know had a lot of issues if they were working through But whenever they would face the dodgers you would energize the team. They played great against the dodgers. They lose the first game of that series last night in david. I was looking at it today. They're closer alvarado rockies innings and they are to the san francisco giants at the top of the nationally west. Yeah it's it's looking more and more like the reds might pull out that wildcard all the tough loss. To the brewers last night yeah three hits last snipe the rotations mass they had to go the bullpen. Gay bullpen game. That didn't work out. I don't know what can you say. This is not the padres team we anticipated. And we get it you know. The pitching injuries have piled up but the offense is not quite the powerhouse that it was last year to cover for the pitching. I don't lie further at right. Now what can i say but do you think of the firing larry rothschild. They're pitching coach. It sounds like a scapegoat situation. I mean look you know. It's it's the injuries ray. I mean i know the start of the year like we have this great deep rotation got mackenzie gore waiting to come up. We have ryan. Weather's waiting to come up. You know but now you know they're turning through. The starters are turning through bullpen games. Last time i checked. I think their penance pitched the most innings outside of tampa bay So those guys. Some of them were hitting the wall. They tried to finesse nelson lament through the year. That didn't work. Weathers was great early on. And he's been getting out. And so larry trial. I don't know they were pretty good for four months and now he's getting the blame so i didn't like it. Yeah and j singler explanation. The i thought about it more people though the team yesterday we said it was one hundred percent my decision. I you put that into broader context in baseball. What have we been talking about is so much of the last decade how managers general power has been diminished so much And on the other hand in front offices they're having more influence the idea the j. singler would basically just bang the pitching coach effectively on his own with nothing but a rubber stamp in the front office. Just doesn't pass the smell test. And look i get it. You know the way that staff has kind of gone through the ear. Darvish was unhittable early on that he struggled. Same thing. With weather's i mention blake. Snell has an era over seven on the road. He's been great at home so they haven't really solved his problems. So i get it. Things worked out But making a change this late in the year certainly unusual so yesterday the mets fall behind early against the giants down three nothing right away in that game and the fans. You could hear them every time. There's a pitching change or any kind of a. You know a key out made with runners scoring position. Mets fans are unhappy about things It's amazing how quickly this is falling apart. The idea that at the trade deadline. They aren't first place now. In the fourth week of august in their six and a half games out in the national league east and seven games out of the wild card. It's just about over fan. Grabs has been about five percent today. And i was getting ready for some radio hits this morning i thought you know. What if you're the mets now. The biggest challenge is trying to find bedrock for two thousand twenty two. Like what are you building around for. Two thousand twenty two. And i gotta say dave like it's not an easy thing to talk about moving forward like we know of the padres. Don't make the playoffs. We know that going forward. They can say well. You know what. We got manny machado. We've got fanta tat's junior We feel like darvish would be healthy for next year. We should have a pretty good lineup. And so this is what we're going to build on going forward. If you're the mets i don't know where the bedrock is whether it's the front office where you don't know if they're going to be changes you don't the field staff. They're going to be changes. We don't know. Jacob degrom is the which is i can understand why the mets wanna see in patriot for the end of the year to find out exactly where he is physically and i don't know what to make of that line which has been such disappointment this year. No that's a really good point. You're right in the padres. Basically have everybody back. So the mets though they're looking at what do we do with michael conforto. He's a free agent with marcus stroman. He's a free. Agent is davis really a third baseman hobby or by very interested in signing in the second bait. Peter lonzo okay. Is he the bedrock. But he's not really a star player. He hit some home runs. And that's valuable but he's not the superstar wasn't a rookie So i'm with you the catching situation. James mccann he's hurt now. They're kind of stuck with him. They're stuck with len lindores. You know huge contract and yeah degrom and syndergaard. Can they stay healthy. You know well and syndergaards a free agent year's end they have to decide what to do with him and and bomb as we sit here today. We don't know be said for procedure. Some kind because the mets haven't really told us what's going on. I really feel like the mets were so deep into looking for their bedrock. That really comes down to this. Steve collins ambition and he's money and that's the bedrock and look we know we compare them to mr steinbrenner. You know on this show a couple of weeks ago and we also know that for a lot of years with the yankees in the eighties and early nineties. Having all that money. How did that work out right. Not very well. We see the way players are aging in today's game. Signing older free agents is a big role the day sometimes that money they poured into linda. Or how is that gonna workout. He's supposed to be a franchise player along with the grab and there's huge question marks on both of those on what they're going to be in twenty twenty two the other day. I had a conversation a long excursion in the dugout of the angels before the literally classic and coincidentally we're talking with joel madden about the difficulty of managing a team that is struggling and look the angels are actually popping along at five hundred. They have some good games So he was talking. Generally i think it's sorta thinking back to his first days with the raise when they get blown out sometimes and he was saying boy. When you have that type of team and you're constantly down by five or six runs early in the game..

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

07:25 min | Last month

"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I think a lot of You know. I think they absolutely should just go that way right The yankees winning streak is now up to eleven. It's amazing watching this turnaround especially since the trade deadline moves Four anthony rizzo for joey gallo. They're twenty one in four since those guys join the lineup. The transformation of their offense has been dramatic. They're averaging four point one pitches per plate appearance of paul hembekides semi these great notes. This morning as i was getting ready to do a hit on get up During this eleven game losing or winning streak a have forced. Opposing pitchers are so many pitches that they've only averaged four and a third innings per outing and top that opposing starting pitchers have a seven zero nine. Era it's the old fashioned. Yankee formula wearing down starting pitchers. Yeah you got. Rizzo who very patient hitter. Aaron judge of course runs up the pitch counts joy gallo. I think he leads the at least the american league in walks. Then you have stand. Who doesn't quite as much as those guys. But he with all his swing and miss he runs up. Its counts. yeah. I love the way that order works now with lemay. Hugh rizzo judge gallo. Stanton right left right left. You had a balance. They didn't have before and obviously some big time. Power there in the middle of the line. Been stanton's kind of you know looking a little better as well lately to whether it's the new guys helping him get better pitches out or no. But he's looking the best. He looked in a few years or playing in the fields. You know that's a good. Yeah as stanton has acknowledged you know. Maybe that's helping them as well and that's led to. What i think is one of the cooler nicknames that we've seen in baseball in a while and that is Something bestowed by manager aaron boone. He referred to this outfield alignment when he has standing in rights. Whatever he is six foot six in two hundred forty bounds and aaron judge in center field. The biggest position player according to the lies ords bureau in the history of baseball six seven to eighty two. And the joey gallo. Who's like the you know the mini me at six foot five and two hundred thirty pounds plan in left field. Aaron burnt boone refers to these guys as the jumbo package in the outfield. I absolutely loved that and it was kind of funny. I don't know if this is related. During not knowing the sense of humor of third base coach. Phil nevin It might be related. A win stand had that absolute laser home run last night as he rounds third base. Nevin made like a quarterback giving him the hand off. You know running back. Sort of ben forward and take the ball and that's how stanton came around third base last night. It fits the jumbo package. That's what it is. You got three tight ends out there. I mean two hundred. Eighty two pounds playing center field. Are you kidding me. But you know i think it's a old k defensive outfielder. I mean judges. A gold glove caliber rightfielder. I think he's fine and center. I think he's average gallos ago glove. He wanted to go last year over judge. So he's a plus defender in left we'll see about stanton was playing out there with the marlins he was above average rightfielder so despite their size. It's actually a decent outfield. So i don't think they're being hurt with that alignment at all now and we saw last night. We in a game in which they were not the they didn't have access the d. h. In stanton played right field when they got the leads. Aaron boone took out stanton any put right Brett gardner out in centerfield slid judge back to right field. You know they've got that sorta roster flexibility. They also have a still an issue in the ninth inning. Aroldis chapman started the ninth inning last night and he struggled and so aaron boone came out made a pitching change in they finished In another way You know after calling on lefty and that to me. I think this is the way that he needs to handle. This situation with chapman. Going forward look Give chapman every opportunity to try to sort through his issues. And if he has a problem in the ninth inning then just take him out and put somebody else in the game. I don't like the idea of demoting chapman to the seventh-inning now in the fifth week of august insane you know what we're going to go with the weiser gonna go with chad rain or somebody else's closer. The best yankees bullpen to me seems to be with chapman at the back. End with elisa. Elisa paula. neil set on the eight. Yes network the other night. Almost like a a two thousand twenty one version of mariano rivera and in nineteen ninety six when he was pitching the fifth and sixth inning. go without alignment and try to make that work first before you You blow up the back of your bullpen. Yeah i'm with especially with zach britton probably out for the year in juan de peralta. Who came in and got that final out. They they're gonna want him as that lefty setup guy but i'm with you. I still see a huge concern now. Two straight save situations where boone's had the yank chapman because he couldn't close it out. He was able to do that last night. Because there's an often today. I'm curious to see how things unfold because they now have twenty seven games in twenty eight days you know so it's not gonna be so easy to use five or six relievers every game and there's gonna be a lot of those games where peralta or chad green have already pitched and then you go to. Chapman can't get the job done. But i'm with you. There best team has him in the ninth inning. And yes they have problems but sort of the red sox now with their bullpen. Who liked the yankees found a way to to win. But it's it's clear matt. Barnes is not the same as it was early in the year earlier in the day. I'm sure you watch too. Because the mariners were playing against the oakland athletics. Athletics have their issues like their starting rotation now. Looks like it's worn down with. Chris bassett out indefinitely. That's gonna be an issue for them. These are the three teams going for the two wild card spots in the american league. Yeah i mean the mariners. Somehow they're right there one game behind boston. One game line. Oakland three behind boston for that. Second wildcard yeah matt barnes. Same thing two games in a row where he couldn't close out a save you know so. That's suddenly become a concern. Meanwhile the mariners are doing this with druce second rider and paul seawall who've combined for like a two point one five. Era two guys who were thrown away by other teves major league bullpens. You never know buster how things are gonna work out in right now. Just see those minor concerns for the yankees and red sox in the ninth. How do you see this playing out in the american league. Wild-card race if you just for the moment Give the american league east to the tampa bay rays right. Yeah the raise. They keep winning yankees. Keep rolling you know so. They're either gonna win that division a wild card so yeah like you said three teams now. It looks like for one spot. I want to dismiss toronto. They're right there.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:51 min | Last month

"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"They're five to four michael k with fall on the yes network but he got taylor sir. I've said it once said it twice. I will say three times now. You should check out thirty for thirty podcasts. In collaboration with the undefeated they present the king of crenshaw this four part series examines how nipsy hustles life death and legacy impacted the sports world particularly the nba. here demar derozen isaiah. Thomas demarcus cousins among others explore the realities of life is a black man in america. Nipsy dedication to south. La and his community and how nipsy inspired millions the marathon continues the king of crenshaw all four episodes now on siriusxm pandora stitcher. Or wherever. You get your podcasts warm. Welcome to show welcome to the show. Welcome to the show. Maybe you're in the show with david. Silicon field covers baseball for espn. And dave i gotta say is we already knew the head. My run through topics with you. Tell you what we're going to talk about it. And i mentioned that. A one and a hit on reflate today after that controversy in atlanta another controversial replay decision down in atlanta just like early in the year when alec boehm of the phillys was called safe and replace seem to show that he never touched on play but he was still called save. You had a different view that play last night involving freddy freeman or at least some disagreement. I thought it was clear. Cuts that freddy freeman. Pretty clear cut. Like i would put it in like ninety nine point eight percent that the guy was saints. You weren't assure though. Yeah i i was not a sure i still see it. More as fifty fifty only. Because i can't tell as. He is the gary sanchez. Caught the ball simultaneously momentarily had the glove on freelance body and then it came off freeman touch plate and then he reached egged them so i think there might have been a moment there. Where ball glove and freemen's body were touching each other. Okay well i i absolutely thought And you know the social media. It seemed like a lot of people thought as well that That you know the the freeman was safe based on the replay. And let's just work along with that presumption. Because i do think that it does give you sort of a an instructive way to look at replay for major league. Baseball's we go forward I you know. I began to think about this early near with that alec. Boehm play being in personality. Like what are you looking at. You know the next day. I called unofficial for major league baseball and asked about well. How did they come up with that. Call and the answer i got back was well. There's no definitive information that he didn't touch home plate and it made my head hurt. I'm like no. I just want like what do you think he was safer out right and i really believe that. That's what needs to take place in the replay room. Forget the call that's made on site just made the call based on the replays. You see whether you think he safer out. Because i do think that if you were to show that call last night two hundred umpires in a room ninety. Nine of them would have said yeah. Looks like freddy freeman was safe. No and i. I agree with you and i might be wrong here and there's no doubt most people watching that game. He was safe. So i hear you. I think that does make a lot of sense. Dismissed the original call right and if if you think he's safer out or whatever the play might be go with your and i get there. Are you know. The rare. Plays where it is inconclusive. And you do have to stick with with the original call. But i think what that one where your gut says. I think he was safe. But we don't have the exact perfect angle that proves this one hundred point zero percent To overturn it. yeah. I can go along with that. And whether it's a matter of a adding sensors to the players body more cameras i dunno. It's never going to be exactly what we want it to be. Yeah you're right. You're not gonna have in some of the angles last night. For example. i think it was like the the runner who had a who come home. Or maybe the on decker hitter who was waiting and trying to get freeman some direction where to go. His head was actually blocking the ads. Use of the catcher in whether or not freddy touchtone played. And yeah. But i i really wish they would just tell the umpires and the replay Watch the play. Tell us we think you've safer out and we'll stick with that and you know because if it's so important in a play That managers can expand is one challenge. I think the biggest thing is you want to make sure you get it right and your brian sicker wrapped the game last night. Kinda like look. I saw replay. I thought he was out. I thought he was safe..

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:50 min | Last month

"jumbo b." Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Maxence all out to right center field. That one's well hit off the wall. Wall come in to scorn double for staticy map. Excursion on the angels television network. And here's the final. Call the last out. Cedric mullins. Last chance for baltimore tonight and after a series against the indians where the angels scored a total of two runs in three games they put up fourteen runs on nineteen heads tonight to send the baltimore orioles to their nineteenth consecutive laws and during those nineteen th straight losses the run differential for baltimore a hundred aids an average of five point seven runs per game. I have to confirm with my friend. Sarah lang's that it's the worst. Nineteen game stretch run differential in the history of baseball. They had the worst eighteen game stretch as we learned from sarah yesterday. Let's get to the good stuff. Dodgers and padres base each other last night. Aj pollock gains rupe. Railway right field amazon comes another throw goes to dot in time and on single j. paul tonight. Joe davis on the dodgers television network. The dodgers win that game five two to the end of the night. The padres fourteen games out of first place in the national league west behind the giants. Who had a good night in queens. Here was mikey stransky in the top of the second deep right field. That should make him feel better. It is gone. Drabs turned on the fast baugh. Giants are on the board. It's tutu won his night teeth of the year fleming.

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Joe Thornton to Play 24th NHL Season After Signing With Florida Panthers

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

00:25 sec | Last month

Joe Thornton to Play 24th NHL Season After Signing With Florida Panthers

"Jumbo Joe Thornton. What if I were to tell you that he landed in with the Florida Panthers the heat bring the heat. What Joe Thornton. To the Florida Panthers. It just came out on the twittersphere ribs as we were opening the show a one year deal for Jumbo Joe With the Florida Panthers. So, uh, I think that's

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Several San Jose Sharks Teammates Don't Want Evander Kane Back on the Team

The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet

01:53 min | Last month

Several San Jose Sharks Teammates Don't Want Evander Kane Back on the Team

"Craig, if you can believe that. I feel like that. We've heard that before. Somewhere with Evander Kane surprising I don't know. I guess you know what? When? When he had left to San Jose. I You know, like, okay, so I always kind of wished the best for players. Always do you know if if a guy's got off ice issues or whatever you hope that he can figure it out and You know what I mean and grow from it right? And when he went to San Jose I thought Was good for the same as that he was gone. Um, thank Yeah. But I also thought when you know when he lands there, and Joe Thornton picks him up and brings him to his house. I think, Okay, this is going to be a a new turn for Evander Kane here because he's going to have you know a good mentor there with Jumbo and Other good leaders that they had there in San Jose. And I thought, you know what this could be beneficial for. Um, So here's to hoping that You can you can sharpen up. You know, And then here we are. And so, so Kevin Kurtz has been on our show before yesterday was reporting that Players. On San Jose. We're talking about How they don't want him back. Says the team was trying to trade Kane earlier this summer, a source says, confirming a report from the daily face off. A big part of the reason for the team to pursue a deal was canes strained relationship with many of his teammates, according to several sources, According to one source. The frustration with Kane stem from the general disrespect of team rules such as being late for practices and games. And zero consequences came, which caused ripple effect with other younger players, added the source. According to another source, it wasn't easy dealing with him this season, so We'll talk about another

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Western Wildfires Force Evacuations and Destroy Homes

Mark Thompson

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Western Wildfires Force Evacuations and Destroy Homes

"Burkhart. More than 80. Large wildfires are burning in 11 states here in the West, fueled by increasingly extreme drought more than 8300 people under evacuation orders. And the Dixie Fire in Northern California A B C's Zoran Shah has more you Asian orders for the almost 200,000 acre Dixie fire, sending residents fleeing from their homes near Lake Tahoe Firefighters urgently trying to save any structures they can Jumbo jets dropping retardant on the Tamarack fire that fire still just 27% contained a new satellite image now showing thick smoke in casing much of the West from the dozens of large wildfires. Air quality alerts, in effect from Washington state to Denver,

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Traveling With Tech Made for the World's Fastest Sailboats

WSJ The Future of Everything

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Traveling With Tech Made for the World's Fastest Sailboats

"Traditional sailing. Races can conjure up stayed images of white cotton sales and shiny polished teak but over the last decade modern racing yachts have turned the cop into an extreme sport. They have these wing like sales that are the size of jumbo jet wings and they tip or heel as it's called in sailing what looks like impossible angles towards the water nowadays. The huge yachts actually lift up out of the water and seemed to fly on things called hydrofoils ripping down with both boats up on the blood. An amazing start to this court. Shrink hydrofoils like underwater wing. I mean just like the wing of an airplane that sticks out to either side mounted on a stick that comes down below the boat and then as the boat goes faster the the wing generates lift in it picks. The boat up hydrofoils were first introduced. Officially in the america's cup in two thousand thirteen. With the ac seventy two class. That's the name of the boat design used in that race. Hydra foiling sailboats. Kinko twice the speed of traditional votes attack from oracle team. usa potentially another dip from emirates team new zealand. Both it has to give way over forty five nights or over fifty miles an hour and You know sort of on the edge of control not only sailing the boat and keeping it stable but also structurally. The boats are very challenging. This technology itself is new but it has been transformative for the race and it's inspiring naval architects and maritime enthusiasts who are drawn to the speed and efficiency of these hydrofoils. Now summer considering how this hydrofoil technology could reimagined more than just a sailboat race. We realized got something very special so went about trying to use that technology to try and tackle the climate crisis

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How to Get Business Credit, with Ty Crandall

The Money Advantage Podcast

03:03 min | 4 months ago

How to Get Business Credit, with Ty Crandall

"How did you get into credit in the first place. Well the first company ever owned was a mortgage company. And i own did back in two thousand six seven and i just thought i was a rockstar like wow. I'm just not true entrepreneur to be seven figures pretty quickly. Apparently is like you know pretty easy to do. When mortgages were spiking like the same as seeing with real estate now and then i was there and road that out until everything collapsed and at that point i was doing jumbo loans. My entire segment of that industry went away overnight and we went from producing a lot of money to producing no money and not having an ability to produce. We couldn't even place loans. The lenders weren't even accepting loans for months in what we were doing. And then we'll be on. So i kinda went through this process building successful business and then being there and watching it fail and i like a lot of business owner personally guaranteed credit lines. Credit cards. didn't think much about it but then the problem was was started to go late on some things for the business. Those in showed up on my personal credit report in a couple of things happen and i hadn't accounted for a thought well if the economy shifts i've had hundreds of thousands of dollars of revolving credit i've gone. All this money in the bank will what happened at that. Point was both things went when that stuff started. Hit my consumer poor all my credit card issuers. Lower my list. What i owed that crushed by credit scores and then at the same time of the banks that i didn't owed money to for the credit lines to the business came in literally removed all the money from all my bank accounts naaman all set so people. Listen i'm going to interject for a second. That is really scary. That's really scary. When you're in a position of saying. I have this credit limit. What could possibly go wrong. They shrunk your credit when they lowered your ceiling and then suck money out of your counts. That is terrifying. Sure going over much happens in the credit system that credit bureaus get alerts when thanks change and what people don't understand is that there's something called the small business financial exchange and in order to be part of the small business financial exchanges to give get metality so all the major banks all the major credit card. Issuers are part of it. And what happens. Is they openly exchange information with each other whether it is or is not on your credit report so if you fill out an application for a credit card or for loan at bank of america well most people don't realize is wells fargo chase. They all have that information eating medial acceptable when you do so this even can help them trigger alerts when things change so if you have five credit card companies and you go late on one whether reports are a dozen than the other ones no and immediately typically than lower your limits and since available credit is thirteen percent of your score thirty score. I mean just your score overnight can go from seven hundred fifty seven sixty down to five twenty like it did and then your ability to use that credit to be able to rebound goes away. That's very real. What happens when you go lay on any accounts which is one of the reasons you wanna keep accounts putting on your business credit reports not your consumer but the second part was scary too because when they remove all your bank not even money. That's their right. You have checks written against so all kinds of of adverse consequences happened. All these checks bounced utilities. Are getting shut off. Things happen as a result of that

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This Bonkers Tri-Wing Jumbo Jet Concept Reduces Fuel Consumption by 70%

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:55 min | 4 months ago

This Bonkers Tri-Wing Jumbo Jet Concept Reduces Fuel Consumption by 70%

"All right first item comes from the skeptics are having a field day department. This is his bonkers. Try wing jumbo. Jet concept reduces fuel consumption by seventy percent. This particular article was in the robb report. So max. This is not rob mark. No this isn't park. No the the robb report it. It's kind of interesting publication. I at least. I assume it's still in paper. That always used to be but it sort of oh kind of a high end market or target audience but this is talking about the se two hundred concept airliner from s e aeronautics. It's kind of interesting looking aircraft. Max it is and you know we often see new aircraft designs and they're incrementally different sometimes or they're just so crazy you think this will never fly. What's really unique about. This is three separate wings. Spaced out evenly along the body of the aircraft to me. That's totally unique. I've never seen an aircraft that had three wings one toward the front one toward the middle one toward the the back and they say this concept could reduce fuel consumption by seventy percent. And i'm thinking. Yeah that could be that the other thing that's unique is the wings are the fuel tanks And so the fuselage of the aircraft holds the fuel and that means that they could make the wings thinner and more efficient and so it kind of brings Some credibility to the idea that they could go vastly reduced fuel consumption. It's got some other goodies as well. It has a v tail. So it's trying. To emulate the bonanza or the vision jet i guess and That's going to be what accommodate two hundred sixty four passengers salter wide body design. Probably the thing that makes me wonder most about this. Is the the

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Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters to become first Japanese man to claim major title

CBS Sports Radio

02:07 min | 6 months ago

Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters to become first Japanese man to claim major title

"Every year we have a new story to tell. At Augusta National, and this time the story is told. Had decade. Matsuyama, the first Masters and major champion from Japan. He wins the green jacket in the 85th Masters at 10 under par for the tournament, one shot clear. American Will's Allah Taurus and Charlie Reimer under a bright blue sky at the end of the day, today hit Deck E Matsuyama as his countrymen. Woke up on a Monday morning in Japan provided them with a moment they'll never forget. Moment he'll remember for the rest of his life. Well, he played with so much pressure on his shoulders today, and when you when you look at the great players that have come out of Japan Going back to Jumbo Ozaki, who got to be a high as number five in the world. Three top tens and majors a sellout. Okey 1980. He finished second to Jack Nicklaus in the U. S Open five top tens and majors who was the first Japanese male toe went on the PGA Tour 1983 the hole out in Honolulu. Jack Renner was on the losing side of that. Hole out Tommy Nakajima six top tens and major. Some of the other great Japanese players. Shingo Katayama, Joe Ozaki. Yo Ishikawa, she gave keep Mariama Um, this victory is is on the back of the hard work that those players did. They sort of laid down the path for four, um, a decade and Coming into this. His accomplishments in the gang had already exceeded every one of the great players that I mentioned with the five wins on the PGA Tour Ah player that has been as high as number two in the world. But to carry all of that on his shoulders that the nation of Japan and an Olympic year And that If you start getting to the finances, there was speculation that if he were to win today, it might be worth a billion dollars to him and to go out and pull it off. Really, really Special day. It's

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Driver steals ambulance, caught while stopping at Houston Jack In the Box

Papa and Lund

01:30 min | 8 months ago

Driver steals ambulance, caught while stopping at Houston Jack In the Box

"Police in Texas arrested a man they say went for fast food in a stolen ambulance. This was in Houston just happened Thursday night. According to investigators, paramedics working an apartment complex on the man jumped in the ambulance and drove off. Officials used GPS to track the ambulance to the jack in the box drive through. They found the man ordering food inside of the emergency vehicle. He didn't have the sirens going that he had the lights on. That's the topper. I'll have a jumbo Jack talk. Oh, I do want you to say what I believe. First of all, you stole an ambulance? Yeah, That was good. They guys were working by uber drivers Never gonna show up. I gotta go. I gotta get to Jane, the maid before the clothes. Oh, if there was ever if there was ever a case for a guy that was high That's the only time of what Jack in the box, is it I mean, other commercials about being high. All the late night menu is about being high. So you sort of the actually get the order out at the first dead. When he pulled up, said they hit the lights. Arrival. Bridget, It said they found the man ordering food inside of it, So I don't know if he was sitting in the line. I don't know if he had ordered yet or what, but he had the emergency lights online. Yeah, we have the lights on like you said. So things going off like it's an emergency. I need a jumbo Jack. What

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Driver steals ambulance, caught while stopping at Houston Jack In the Box

Papa and Lund

01:30 min | 8 months ago

Driver steals ambulance, caught while stopping at Houston Jack In the Box

"Police in Texas arrested a man they say went for fast food in a stolen ambulance. This was in Houston just happened Thursday night. According to investigators, paramedics working an apartment complex on the man jumped in the ambulance and drove off. Officials used GPS to track the ambulance to the jack in the box drive through. They found the man ordering food inside of the emergency vehicle. He didn't have the sirens going that he had the lights on. That's the topper. I'll have a jumbo Jack talk. Oh, I do want you to say what I believe. First of all, you stole an ambulance? Yeah, That was good. They guys were working by uber drivers Never gonna show up. I gotta go. I gotta get to Jane, the maid before the clothes. Oh, if there was ever if there was ever a case for a guy that was high That's the only time of what Jack in the box, is it I mean, other commercials about being high. All the late night menu is about being high. So you sort of the actually get the order out at the first dead. When he pulled up, said they hit the lights. Arrival. Bridget, It said they found the man ordering food inside of it, So I don't know if he was sitting in the line. I don't know if he had ordered yet or what, but he had the emergency lights online. Yeah, we have the lights on like you said. So things going off like it's an emergency. I need a jumbo Jack. What

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Risk Board Game to Become a TV Series From House of Cards Creator

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Risk Board Game to Become a TV Series From House of Cards Creator

"Netflix House of Cards creator Beau Willimon is in the process of developing a TV series adaptation off the classic board game Risk. Syriza's being made by Entertainment one and will a women's production company has signed a multiyear first look TV deal with the studio. It's a bunch of studio mumbo jumbo risk was introduced in the 19 fifties, and players aim for global conquest through war strategy and

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Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall: Can You  Reveal An Animal's Inner World At All?

Short Wave

07:31 min | 10 months ago

Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall: Can You Reveal An Animal's Inner World At All?

"Okay nelson gordon. Gallup came up with this mark test. And i assume he actually you know like tested some animals. The one that made the splash was chimpanzees. So he put this big mirror just outside their cage and at first the chimpanzees acted in the way that a lot of other species do like the mirror. Image was another animal a stranger. You know that you might attack After a couple of days though that changed the chimpanzees started using the mirror to look at parts of their bodies that they couldn't normally see like opening their mouth and looking at the keys. They looked at their bottoms and their genitals. I mean of course they did know of course they did then gallup with the chimps under anesthesia and marked their ears and their foreheads. With a red dye the animals woke up. They saw themselves in the mirror and what they did was to reach out and touch and examine the marks on their faces only be seen in near so they realized the marks were on their own faces by looking in the mirror. Okay so that's chimps are close relatives. What about like monkeys. So he told me that monkeys could be exposed to mirrors for literally years and would never spontaneously use the mirror to do any kind of self examination like that but if quietly snuck into their room and you know in a mirror was there and the monkeys saw the person in the mirror. They turn around to confront them. They could use the image of of us me and my students in the mirror to bonaventure our behavior and respond appropriately. Okay so just like my creepy low dog. That is just like your. I mean. I don't know if your dog responds appropriately. Yeah i told them about your dog and he totally thinks your dog could be using mirrors to spy on you. I mean it sounds like her no honestly but in in terms of using a mirror like people do to look at yourself. How many species can actually do that. Well if you ask him he thinks it's just humans chimps entering. That's his view okay. So you're saying if you ask him that makes me feel like there are other views out there. Yes so if you ask diana at hunter college she'll tell you that dolphins and elephants can recognize themselves. And you know it is hard to test dolphins. I mean think about it. They just don't have hand right. You can't really like poke your own face with the flipper. Yeah yeah so. She had to come up with variations of the mark test. Like in one experiment. They used a marker to kind of draw on a dolphins body in different places But they didn't do it secretly so these dolphins could actually feel the marks being made the idea was. Would they race to the mirror afterwards and orient immediately to the place where they've been marked as if they had something in mind on their way to the mirror they were going to use it as a tool to look at the mark and we. That's exactly what we found. Wow okay that's that's pretty cool. What about What about elephants. They have trunks right so it feels like you do this kind of mark test. Maybe we'll she and some colleagues did study elephants at the bronx zoo and so again. Not so easy. They had to get this big jumbo eight by eight foot unbreakable mirror and she says the elephants seem to look at themselves and they did all kinds of unusual things like they'd rhythmically move their trunk or you know one of them would use a trunk to pull an era forward in front of the mirror like it was looking at it One of them touched this white x shaped mark that they put on her head. You know she used her own trunk and sort of investigated but two of the others didn't do that with the marta. So you know recess. She's tested other elephants since then and she does think they get it you know. She thinks they just recognize that what they see in the mirror is them okay. So so back to the original mark test developer. Gallup doesn't buy that. Dolphins and elephants no themselves in a mirror. He just doesn't think it's been conclusively shown. I mean there's been claims over the years about weird behavior with mirrors in all kinds of species. Birds fish aunts manta rays. And you know he says there's always this problem of if you have an animal doing strange stuff in front of a mirror and they do odd stuff right. There's this danger of seeing whatever it is you want to see. You know what their behavior actually means can be hard to figure out. Well i mean for that matter now what does it mean if an animal unequivocally passes gallup's mark tests like does that mean that they're actually self aware gallup thinks that the tests means they're self-aware. He basically thinks that self awareness is like being able to make yourself the object of your own attention and he says that you know if you're looking at yourself in mirror and recognizing yourself in the mirror. You're kind of like literally doing that. And that this says something about the animals internal world and its ability to understand other animals mental states But you know that's kind of romantic idea in a way you know that that that just as muir recognition says something really profound animals internal world. And so you know daniel pov- anneli doesn't really buy it. So he's a researcher and he told me when he first read about gallup's mark test for mirror self recognition in highschool. It made him wanna spend his whole life studying chimpanzees. You know. I bought into the story of mirrors and sulfur ignition hook line and sinker because it is a compelling story. Yeah i mean like wow there are creatures out there just like him just like people and all it took was a mirror to uncover this magic secret about that more whatever exactly but i gather from his tone. No longer feels that way. No no i mean. He's a researcher with the university of louisiana at lafayette and he spent years studying champs and mirrors and self recognition all this stuff and he says you know just think about when you go to a mirror say in the morning when you wake up you drag yourself there. You're looking at your image and like maybe you're all but drag with sleep in your eyes and you start having all of these thoughts. You're just like geez. I look older and you think about time and time is passing and then you start thinking about who you once were and your future and what other people think and on and on but is that which required do i have to think about any of that in order to brush my teeth in front of the mirror. He says you do not need all of these higher order concepts of self and self awareness to use a mirror in a practical way to just understand that like your physical motions are connected to the mirror in some way. Yes we saying like when a chimp interacts with its own mirror image. We can't know what it's thinking about. We have no clue and finally pointed out to me with training. In how mirrors work rhesus monkeys can actually learn to recognize themselves in mirrors and. Pass the mark test you know. So what does it mean if an animal with training can do this. He said he doesn't think dolphins been shown to do it yet but he says oh it could probably be taught to do it sure. What about my dog. Now what do you think. I don't know i mean maybe i mean. Some people have suggested their dogs. You know. the visual system isn't as important and like self awareness or self recognition might be more like smell related. Yeah yeah that makes sense so we need some kind of like olfactory mirror. Scientists have been working on that mattie. No okay no well thank you for this tour through the muir amazed that is research on animals and mirrors. I will think of you the next time. I see my dog gazing at my reflection. Which i imagine it's going to be in like five minutes. Enjoy

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Jumbo and FHA mortgage rates set record lows

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Jumbo and FHA mortgage rates set record lows

"On 806 and record low interest rates driving up mortgage refinance applications. Last week, Reef eyes were up 6% for the week and 88% higher than a year ago. Rates for F H a loans, jumbo loans and 15 year fixed rate mortgages all set record lows. Read for the most popular mortgage. The 30 year fixed rate was essentially unchanged at 3.1% Applications for loans to buy homes were down 1% last week, a 25% higher than this time last year. More

"jumbo b." Discussed on MNO Podcast

MNO Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on MNO Podcast

"Was wondering at F- like I know the reason why I wanted to pose it to you. We have all these specifically HDTV IN HD night. Whatever all the shows the love HDTV type of a that they'll go they'll fix up the house. MINNESOTA. House by House is doing all this stuff specifically for people and I'm just wondering. Why not go in and like renovate an abandoned shopping area in abandoned building and I'm. Just. Converted whether it's converting it into something to the communicate community can use or low income housing. In that way, you're still making money off is not just you're making money off this one show who in people who turned in and ratings emerge or whatever is offering from this was you you have as a company because you have to have revenue you have a team income coming in, but you're also helping people I'm wondering why I haven't seen that yet. Wolf a win as not TV. I feel like they barely doing anything. This shows. With this calls excuse me. They get people who are already planning to spending money. By, really funky lookout some of them by decent house, and then they only renovate went into rooms and then they make it look real nice and snazzy with furniture that doesn't belong to those people, and then I just be like y'all stays all of this this is very much a state tom what happened to the room in the back is the room in the back GonNa be done big I do that with their own money or what's happening here like? Is this House Really Livable 'cause I've only you only did. The kitchen and the living room and maybe a bathroom. and. This is apparently like a two three bedroom home all the bedrooms still like how the other rooms look before. You're right some of those houses are staged what it's to my understanding that even if so if you you were going to get your tiny house in, let's say you had one hundred thousand dollars is to my understanding that Hmo night you know HDTV come in. They will come in and say, all right. Well, we're GONNA throw twenty, five thousand dollars on this project or we're getting donations from HOMEY NACE TV dot com to give you an extra fifty thousand on this project in Buffalo Blasio is to my understanding that they do contribute financially somehow or they get money back on the back by saying you know this is sponsored by Home Depot we went to Lowe's to get the nails we went to freaking fire took Rhode to pick up pain or whatever they went to. Yeah but I feel like they only are like contributing but so much because it is still like they're paying their labor people to actually complete the job. Maybe do pie the staging and yeah they could give you some of the pieces for free if it was donated or the nails for free or whatever. But. in in full them. Creating this thing that they have to return to. If things don't work out. It's still someone else's. Responsibility that they probably just signed off to say like we'll come in and help be with this, but the rest of it is is on you. And I feel like a lot of the shows no longer have people really buying their own properties and flipping like they really very much like I'm by someone else's property and help them flip it but I don't really want to spend my own money anymore even like you know the TV hosts. Wherever they may be. Sounds accurate. You any firm and they're appreciative words. I believe I am ready for the unappreciated. Will I'm GonNa let you go because I don't have a right that's why I was appalling it out I was trying to think. Trying to think I, WANNA give.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on MNO Podcast

MNO Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on MNO Podcast

"I think that Youtube relationships don't last in the same way that a lot of reality TV star relationships don't last is that when things get to a certain point, they feel like they have to fake the funk. As opposed to like taking care of their staff flake. In, one of these families that we both whites The father was unhappy. Didn't went the lifestyle that he was. Portraying an all that stuff and so he started to behave out side of the marriage. But of course, he was continuing act like everything was great. Everything was great emam. She was exposed then it was okay. Well, now we're going to counseling and we are trying to figure our staff from Bob La and inevitably got divorced because the reality is that's not where the father wanted to be. Legs were said in the case of the Toyin Adam they were still doing good base leeming. They still doing good in terms of their business they just. Felt like a we have to do the right thing and be married and stay married and have our kids and Blah Blah Blah and it's like if y'all are not romantically compatible. Yeah. Don't fake the funk for US yeah. But I don't feel like it's just for us. It's also for a check for endorsement deals for securing potential deals for their kids in the future. So it's like. The have you have the business aspect where you do really well, when work together but the romantic or maybe marriage bonding like you said, it's just not there anymore. So that's the is like if you built them together and their wheat into each other, I don't know exactly how you'll be able to separate that and keep the foundation strong. I am. Bad I don't I don't want it for myself. Say for sure. But I'm also someone that's like when I see that something's not working the I think I've said on this podcast but you definitely know Eliot be like was this isn't working so Clear or I'm. Going to be out..

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Epic Games takes on Apple

Checkpoint Radio

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Epic Games takes on Apple

"That. So Apple is essentially saying, we're going to charge more for a currency for something that is a different price. In all the other places. It's only more expensive on our one plastic folks home. Make sure you get the strength and so ethics like, Hey, you guys want to buy these V bucks? You can buy him here, or you can get them cheaper by buying them somewhere else. And Apple and Google's response. That was, well, if you're going to tell people they could do that we don't want none of it. And they just took the game off the APP store completely. Yes, And the big thing is, is like you're still able to play fortnight on a mobile phone Right now you have that ability. But once they introduce an update in another two weeks or whatever, like that the game won't be able to connect to the servers you currently have. In your still able to play it now would be able to update it. And if you don't have it, you won't be on the downloaded. Correct. And so again. This is all this is all legal mumbo jumbo. Over. Like, what? Tow us. We're like $2. What is that? But But on the scale of what epic is doing obviously didn't mean like when you have $2 billion that you're making $2 every time is a big deal, So they're fighting over because again, like the same way that steam moved away from actually making games And they just collect transaction manages the store. Yeah, that's how Apple sees their app store. They don't They don't make anything out there. They just say we charge people for the ability to be in the market place. All right, so there's some background on what's going on between the three. Tech giants Apple Google in epic games, We're gonna talk a little more on the topic

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British Airways retires its entire fleet of Boeing 747 jets

Herman Cain

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

British Airways retires its entire fleet of Boeing 747 jets

"Airways is retiring its entire fleet of the Boeing 7 40 seven's because of the travel industry downturn because of the virus. British Airways flies Mohr, 7 40 Sevens and any other airline but said in a statement. It is unlikely the iconic jumbo jet will ever operate commercial services for British Airways again.

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British Airways Retires Fleet of Boeing 747s

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

British Airways Retires Fleet of Boeing 747s

"Its entire fleet of Boeing 7 40 seven's immediately because of the travel industry downturn during this pandemic. British Airways flies more than 7 47th and then the other airline. This is unlikely that the jumbo jet will ever operate commercial services for British Airways again. The airline says it's going to operate more flights on modern, fuel efficient aircraft, such as the new A three fifties and the 7 80 sevens. Netflix

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Dealing With Financial Stress in Your Business

The $100 MBA Show

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Dealing With Financial Stress in Your Business

"The first thing I want to talk about in today's topic is. Where does this financial stress come from? And it's actually quite simple. It comes from a lack of visibility. It comes from a lack of understanding the dollars and cents of Your Business. How much money is going? And how much money's coming now? I get it as an entrepreneur. Many of us were not really numbers people. People were creative people. We'd like to build things we look to see things. Come to life. We want to be bogged down by all that kind of Mumbo jumbo right, but like I mentioned. Money is the maker and breaker of businesses. It's the lifeline and no matter how big or small your businesses whether you have a theme park, or you have an online business selling services. Money to run. It takes some money to pay yourself. It takes some money to keep it going into. So my first tip four today's lesson is to make sure you get some visibility, and you can easily do this by having some sort of financial adviser a cfo of some. Sort to take a look at your finances now you might be thinking Omar I'm going to spend money now to learn how to lower my stress. Well, this is actually money well spent, and you don't have to spend a lot and you don't need a fulltime CFO. You can hire somebody part time as low as three hundred to four hundred five hundred dollars a month. You can even just hire them for one project or one month. Just relieve this stress. Immediately and what they're going to do. They're GonNa Look at Your Ledger. They're gonNA look at your pianist. which is your profit and loss? They're going to create a profit and loss sheet, so they can say okay. This is all the money you're making for all these different sources. Here's how much you're making Wrigley. Every month is the total you made last year. Year this year, and then they're going to do the same for your expenses. You may have some spreadsheets around, but they're really going to look deep into it, and they're gonNA be able to be able to give projections and say hey, at this rate you'll be able to grow x amount, or you're able to kind of live off your earnings this much. Or. You need to act fast. You need funding right now, or you're not gonNA. Make they're going to give you a clear understanding of how big your problems are, and give you some options of how to relieve your stress, but if you don't know where you stand, you don't know how much of an issue your finances are causing you. You'RE NOT GONNA. Really know how to solve the problem so a simple profit law. She's going to be able to show you that and also show you. You know where you're heading now the other. Other thing that this person can do for you is give you an overview of your expenses and where you're making your money. Why is this important? You're in the weeds. You're building. You're working. You're delivering your service or product. You don't really see the overview They can take a look and say hey. By the way you're spending most of your money. Most of your expenses are these three things. Is there way you can negotiate? These prices of Nyu can lower these expenses. Somehow journey, we can subsidize finance somehow. Get these down. And, they're going to make a huge effect and allow you to release some of that stress by having an overview of those expenses. They're going to be able to say. Hey, here is where you're getting hurt the most. Let's solve these problems. This is where most of our efforts will make most impact same thing with the profits I. Think it's look at how you're making your money and say you know by the way you're making most of your money with this product or this service. You may not know this. You may not be exposed this. You might think you know, but. But, they kind of highlight say you're not forty percent of the income you make is from this product, and this product actually doesn't cost you as much as the other products, so you're actually making more profit, so maybe push this product more because it makes the whole business

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Atlanta's Morning News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Test Burst 1152 01072020

"The Fourth of July. Many of you were headed out of town. You don't know what you're gonna find the local grocery stores given the virus and stuff. Well, do what I did go to Omaha steaks dot com and put my name in the first part is kind of cool for me to do it. You go. You put C K in the search bar and get their grand summer grill out package and they'll even throw in for free burgers and for free gourmet jumbo freaks. If you had the burgers and Frank's from Omaha steaks, you know they're awesome. It is master class 100 year family tradition. It is exclusive premium beef graded to peak tenderness. It's guaranteed

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Airbus Plans to Cut 15,000 Jobs, Citing Impact of Coronavirus

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Airbus Plans to Cut 15,000 Jobs, Citing Impact of Coronavirus

"Let us begin with news of a huge number of jobs going Airbus. Yeah that's right behind morning to you. This is the latest illustration of really severe turbulence. indie aviation sector obviously brought about by the downturn in demand for air travel with the corona virus, so Airbus is planning to slash fifteen thousand jobs that accounts for at ten percent of its current workforce management, telling staff describing to staff that this is the gravest crisis. The industry has ever experienced that there's been a forty percent full in commercial aircraft business activity. He's job. Losses are going to affect at plants in France, Germany, Spain, and Britain already though there's opposition coming from Paris the. The French government, asking why Airbus can't use state support measures, but the European planemaker has been ominously warning, it does not expect air travel to return to pre virus levels a best until twenty twenty three, but warning that it could actually take until twenty twenty-five until we get back to where we were last year. Tell us a little bit more. Airbus was six months ago. is in an astonishingly strong position given the fact that it's rival was having awful problems with the 737 Max aircraft, and as a result, Airbus couldn't make enough of a three to eight hundred twenty family. Yes that's right I. mean the poor fortunes of its big American rival Boeing bent that certainly in the short holes as sector, it's single-aisle aircraft were the the the main show in town while anyone who placed orders for the seven three seven months for left, waiting for it to be given safety approval that said both playmakers have been looking in the rear view mirror at the march of a Chinese rival which is certainly starting to gobble up. More market share. And of course, everybody's already dealing with the fact that it's a big claim to fame. These Super Jumbo, a three eighty, as now been, were really left in in in the shadow of short-haul planes, because it's really although came to almost embodied the planemakers, ambitions is concerned. We very inefficient by the airlines who've been using it.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Jumbo here. Jumbos are pushing four and three eighths four point three seven five. But those are great rates. Those are great rates. Yes. I know we all we're all used to. We all were hoping to get you know, two percent for thirty years as you want a two percent for fifty years, but that didn't happen. Did it rates are great? You get a tax write off you receive a tax preference on the mortgage deduction up to up to seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. There is some still tax benefit hopefully the politicians in in in Sacramento. Get it together. Realize that maybe they need to. Make some adjustments. When it comes to the state tax code to get more in line with the adjustments that the fed have to make it work wild to stain in California. But rates are great. And it's so what if the market slows down if we get into a more normal? Marketplace. Only real estate in California has been and I tend to believe that it will always be benefit to you over the long term. Maybe maybe the days of, you know, getting rich quick if you will if you can't because remember real say h is you're taking five percent commission off the top. So you really need to make a killing two short period of time in terms of appreciation, but the market Inooro. Marketplace may not be such a bad thing for the economy, no different than the stock market having these wild things that's necessarily healthy. So real estate will slow down you'll get into a more normal market, and you can revaluate what your options are. If you're a first-time homebuyer, or you're just thinking about moving up what my suggestion to you would be get your financial house in order. Let's get you pre approved. Let's figure out where you're at. And let's figure out what your range is. Can you afford to keep the house that you currently own or you wanna take advantage of the gains that you made because you need that money for the down payment. Or does it make sense turned into a rental? What are your tax what your tax bracket will you benefit from being a property owner will you yelled advantage of depreciation or use your income such that you're not really gonna benefit from that. And this is another thing that we do at O odonnellfinancialgroup because we want to get involved with those conversations with your legal team. Whether it's your tax attorney or your CPA. Let's have a conversation about what it is at were looking at if you're in a in a great air. Area where you get top dollar for rent. It may make sense for you to rent the property out. Now, again, that comes with some unintended consequences, depending on how long you keep that property rented for, but it could be rental properties can be very effective strategy for you when it comes to retirement, and let's put it this way. What if you just you bought a piece of property what if you bought all just make it up and say you bought a condo your first your first property. Maybe doesn't make sense to sell. Maybe it makes sense just to keep that property. Maybe you haven't had the appreciation. Maybe the homeowners association has issues. Maybe the homeowners decision association hasn't come to grips with the fact that the government has made changes regarding lending, and if you don't have earthquake insurance or flood insurance, they're not gonna lend on your development. So yes, you need to be constantly revising the strategy. Even if you're part of a homeowners association, but that maybe the rental income is just so beneficial it makes sense for you to keep that property forever. Have it freeing clear, maybe we could argue because this is listen ice case is we have a property rotor park. It probably probably not getting the type of return we could be getting on it based on its value. But because the because we fully depreciated the property taxes are such that, it makes more sense for us. Us to leave it to the kids when we decide.

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"jumbo b." Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jumbo b." Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"Yes tales again logic i'm sorry i go back to the corner i mean it's a good point i wonder can through the gates handle 737 i couldn't tell carr's sky west is going to be or alaska horizons gonna be flying even seventyfives 175 could do pain to chicago yeah could probably could but the only thing is easy only gonna be 175 i don't think then they've just to continue say all jacked nam it said any aircraft types gotcha so you know instead of proudly elbowing less here on just now proudly all jet mostly kinda except for the rise in cuba hundreds do we mentioned if i got an new ceo oh no you didn't but they us in a recent episode we're talking about one of seconds and apart from dropping under ceo dan hundreds of ours but yeah i think it's gonna be object with episodes long reach 75 or if they might bring some of the main line stop there duchy interesting question is that the right market for through nineteen's are three 20s them this is a little more demand but not fullon seven three eight which is there so you know the sharp losses concerned is a jumbo her oh i mean i'm sorry but like would i think alaska i think boeing when they have a fit if well i mean if the unified bringing barriers boeing might have had a believe me not to betting on how the deal workshop and we'll see sister but like he can you imagine like flying a uh airbus aircraft and the to the factory to take employee's that would be no no no get it right to cease sears oh okay yeah i was actually it go.

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