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Fresh update on "kia" discussed on The Business of Esports
"So Hugh stores really beneficial because you get ten sales from the same marketing, right? So but doesn't matter. First time very shoppers are also prime demographic right nineteen to twenty six. This is going to kill it. It's GONNA kill it. Amnesty big big. Big number giving huge it's huge. You're going to see numbers like part of that. Standard Kia walk through that you do you know which is like the the meatballs, the bedroom, the dining room in there all of their mocked up demo sets they'll be a gaming space and tell you right now. This is this is just so. If there's RGB on the desk. Are you GONNA buy it. Yes I buy anything with our GB Paul like literally like it's just look are being right now. Are you being right now interested in this chairman the market for new Gaming Church? Well. Should say that. because. This is the next one here Herman. Miller dropped a special edition of its Aron chairs. So you know they did the partnership with Logitech from the Robb report, they did the partnership with Logitech part their. Embody Chair. Now, this is the Aron Chair, which may be Herman Miller's most iconic chair at a lower price point I, think this one's only like thousand or twelve hundred. Actually, this one's fourteen hundred. So about the same price as the embassy, you know all they change though is they just made it all black and they're calling this the game reversion. Kind of Lazy don't you think it's lazy that I don't hate it because it's Herman Miller and it's a great share. Term for fourteen hundred dollars, you're better off with the body couldn't read that energy to somewhere. Cooling. You know something I I know they're amazing chairs because they are. They're great chairs but there was something could have done hamsters. Any standing does on list yeah. The stuff I think has they said they were going to do a standing 'cause I standing desks already I'm standing Are you really standing cannot tell. Moving around so much I. Try to stand for the podcast now. So I'm we're animated both pretty smart. So that's. Sort of the furniture. News. Start, like the New York Times has the wire cutter. We need to start the wire cutter for all the sports stuff..
Driver Arrested After Chicago Police Say He Plowed Through Barricade, Slammed Into Officer In Hanson Park Neighborhood
"Chicago police officer was hit by a car that blew through a police barricade on the northwest side more on that from W. G. M's Pam Jones, the officer was standing behind the barricade in the 2100 block of North Central Avenue Tuesday night when a Kia came barreling through the intersection. The officer suffered leg injuries and is expected to recover. The driver was arrested. No word yet on charges. The crash was captured on surveillance video obtained by the website. C W B Chicago
What if lifesaving prescriptions were affordable for all
"Hi Hugh Ted Talks Daily today a super cool idea to ensure people have access to the medicines they need to survive and thrive Kia Williams the founder of the nonprofit serum saw both a problem and a solution that exists in the pharmaceutical space and her idea link. The two together should explain in her talk from Ted Twenty twenty. Every day in this country families are forced to make impossible choices when it comes to their healthcare. Like Kimberly who said? There is time I to choose between my food and my pills. It wasn't luxury stuff because I didn't make that much. It was like, can I get shampoo or conditioner? Things you take for granted and Debbie. Who Said you put your medicine in one hand your living costs in the other. Okay. Well, what am I going to do? Am I GONNA get my medicine or am I gonNA pay my bills? Will. I can't live without my medicine but I can't live if I don't pay my bills ten thousand people die every month in this country because they don't take the medicine that they need. More people die from not taking medications than. Overdoses and car accidents combined. But you can't take medicine if you can't afford it. Today the average household spends three thousand dollars a year on medications about a third of folks who are uninsured said that they stopped taking medicine as prescribed because of cost even folks with insurance. If they make under thirty, five, thousand dollars a year half of them report skipping the medications if their insurance doesn't cover it. So there are. Million adults like Kimberly in like Debbie who are forced to make impossible choices every day. We all know that prescription drug prices are too high. In our healthcare system that makes some folks uninsured and other folks underinsured doesn't prioritize people who need access now and need medications. Now, ten million, it's a big number, but it's also a solvable number because there's also ten billion dollars of perfectly good unused medication that goes to waste. So this is an injustice onto sides people not getting the medicine that they need to survive and to thrive. In, that very same medication being sent to a medical waste incinerator to be destroyed this waste is unconscionable, but it also offers an opportunity I started serum a not for profit technology company with my co founders Adam and George. To turn discarded medications into a lifeline, we may not be able to fix all the ways in which our healthcare system is failing us, but we can fix this one. Medications come from manufacturers wholesalers who have safety stock, and when it's short dated, they destroy it. It also comes from healthcare facilities like fiddles pharmacies in nursing homes who end up with surplus when a patient stops taking medication or when they pass away. We can use this untapped source of medications to supply all ten million people who need medications, and we can do this today. Serum get surplus medications by putting recycling bins into the hundreds of facilities that have surplus they fill the been and when the boxes full serum initiates a courier pickup to pick up that medication in we handle the shipping the tracking the manifests in the tax receipt medicine donors want to donate because it's actually cheaper and easier than the highly regulated medicine destruction process. And they're strong tax incentives to actually donate. We then deliver those donated medications to people who needed a new prescription comes in in our platform matches that patient need with the inventory that's available. Our platform then generates a warehouse pick lists. The medications are picked in the prescription spills. We are building the twenty-first-century pharmacy experience that low income families deserve patients can register in under five minutes and have access to over five hundred different medications A. Stable list of medications for everything from heart disease to mental health conditions
Hyundai warns owners to park outside, recalls 180,000 SUVs
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Hyundai warned some vehicle owners to park outside as it recalls one hundred eighty thousand SQ vis more problems for Hyundai the Korean automaker is recalling about one hundred eighty thousand Tucson SUVs in the U. S. because an electrical short in a computer could cause the vehicles to catch fire the model years affected are from twenty nineteen to twenty twenty one Hyundai says corrosion can cause a short circuit in defective anti lock brake circuit boards the announcement comes on the heels of a September third announcement from U. S. safety regulators that Hyundai and affiliated automaker kia would recall over six hundred thousand vehicles in the U. S. and Canada to fix a brake fluid leak that can cause engine fires hi Mike Rossio
"kia" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast
"Right I'm Ben if we go to ease eastbound's for and so when we talk about Pr, this is most people think KIA is. Traditionally what Peo- was about, which is ability or media relations funnels.
Belarus: UN rights chief condemns violence against protesters, calls for grievances to be heard
"Nations has condemned the use of violence by authorities in Belarus, following the death of a twenty, five year old man in police custody. There have been protests across the country in recent days amid claims, the Sunday's presidential election was rigged in favor of Alexander Lukashenko Lukashenko has ruled Belarus for more than a quarter of a century and is often described as Europe's lost dictator. Let's get the latest. Now a monocle twenty, four security correspondent Benos Zog Begnaud is also an expert on batteries and he joins me on the line from our newsroom in Zurich, a very warm welcome back to the briefing. Bene-. Tell us what are we seeing here? The scale of the demonstrations does seem to be unprecedented in recent times. Embarrass is this potentially a moment of change? High under good to talk to you the the use of the word unprecedented was quite widespread in twenty twenty. But I think when apply to these protests that we currently see in Belarus in a number of cities, it is indeed warranted. So what we have seen since these rigged elections on Sunday and by rigged, we're talking unprecedented rigging elections as well. One could even assume that up to fifty percent of ballots had to be changed to not show Smith Leonard, Dehaan Kia, the main opposition candidate, but Alexander Lukashenko, the incumbent president. Since. Then we've seen a bit of a cat and mouse game and a number, very decentralized protests across the country by a number of people not just young students, for example, the liberal elite of cities but even former supporters of Lukashenko's policies are now taking to the streets and police brutality is indeed widespread. So don't you there is a bit a sense of change there because Russo Society will never be able to go back to what it was as an appreciated kind of this strong welfare state that the Lukashenko provided for as well as disability in the country changes in the air and people have demands unfortunately. Political. System. Under an autocrat, Lukashenka has no way to take these grievances and addressed in any meaningful way. In similar situations in the past, the the only thing that can happen to let the demonstration demonstrators get what they want is for the military or the police force to change sides. As you say, we're saying ordinary police brutality, the the death of a man in custody. That doesn't seem to be any hint of that. Yet is that is that the the the weak point though for Lukashenka that he needs to make sure that that there there is no dissolution amongst those forces. Indeed I think the loyalty of security forces and that's most of the police, but also the army is key. But at the moment, it appears like they still know who they owe their loyalty and their privileges to polices. For example, they have stable positions are well paid, and there's no alternative force that has come up. Let's say a general or any high ranking officers that kind of countered this this narrative I'm so it's very even though on social media as optimistic rumors about the odds officer here and there pledging loyalty to Hanukkah, the opposition candidate these instances are still very rare but one does wonder for how long even the security forces can. Maintain this level of repression because it's a battle day and night for these thousands and thousands of security forces, and the army is a conscription army. So it only has a few thousand paid offices and the rest are well members of the public of the people as well. WHO's loyalty will probably be less so with with the president at all costs but currently, we don't really see these cracks within the elite at some point maybe the way out also to address some of the grievances of the protesters and maybe allow for that to change policies under Lukashenka or under somebody else but it doesn't look like a coup at this stage yet at all. then. What we make of what Russia thinks this time because we know the EU is is saying that this is being a a terrible corrupt moment that the election was not fair. You see you see the opposition leader heading to Lithuanian, being given support there but for Russia's a complicated story because you know they would like better to be back in new within Russia back more closely aligned with Moscow. They have here a maverick leader who's over the years tried to play Moscow off against the European Union. What would Russia like out of this? Do you think they would potentially even like him gone if there was another strong leader who supported Russia. Indeed Russia, the Kremlin specifically isn't a tricky situation here, and even though they congratulated Lukashenko on his electoral victory they've been remarkably quiet overall in a why the not too unhappy with the situation because Belarus that is very busy with itself and is weak politically in that sense and lacks other friends like European, union, which is very critical and may enact sanctions is somewhat in their favor because this will only leave one thing which is continued dependence on Russia. Let's not forget Russia is better. Russa's closest ally genuinely the to share a lot of cultural ties, as well as political ties and economic ties above all batteries for longtime has been dependent on cheap Russian energy as subsidies. But I don't think Putin or the Kremlin on necessarily. Keen on Lukashenko himself staying power as long as the someone that they can rely on and as long as some kind of stability is probably maintained I think. To the West kind of in a wait and see approach how these protests continue does any translation of this descent on at the political level and then it will decide. But at the moment as Belarus is in turmoil, it works somewhat well for the Kremlin but there have to be wary about how this is
How To Build Wealth and Personal Freedom Fast with Andrew "Cobra" Tate
"To my understanding that you come from across the continents you're born in the United States grew up in England. You've been involved in chess from an early age, your world champion, kickboxer, and an entrepreneur in a number of very businesses. Do I have most of that? Pretty well, right. That's yeah. That's pretty much. Exactly correct. Yeah. Very businesses this and that, but they're all doing. Okay. So love to know a little bit more about your personal background I've invited you on the show to talk about wealth building and the tagline of radical personal finances that dual fold mandate of living well today while also building applying for financial freedom and I've observed that you seem to do both those things fairly well, you have a lifestyle that's intensely focused on freedom, but you've also done a pretty good job of living well today I see posts all over social media view supercars and and your girlfriends and. Traveling around the world with your boys. So how did you wind up? Where did you start and how did you wind up today? Tell us a little bit about your journey with wealth. Yes. So I am one of those people who always really wanted to be rich and I didn't want to be rich because of material things I've always been one of the people who didn't like listening to the rules I was always attracted to freedom and I learned at early age that freedom usually comes with money I mean shirl there's some rich people who are constrained by their money but if you do things right, you get the freedom. Money can certainly by a degree of freedom. So I was not raised in a rich family. My family was actually much more on the poor rent. So when they got the forest and social housing in the UK, my father was a professional chess player which doesn't pay much money at all. So I'm not from any kind of financial. Hereditary. There's no I didn't get any Any money within the family members died I wasn't taught anything about money from a young age. I was just always attracted to freedom. Delta's very attracted to for a long time. So I always wanted to be rich for as long as I can remember even though even though like most poor kids kind of sit and think all I want to be rich, I'll never be able to or whatever. I was one of those poor kids now goes okay. There's there's obviously a way to do it, and that's how I get a life full of freedom. So I'm going to find a way to do it so I was always motivated to have it. And that's it. Yeah and then I, I was fighting for a long time that never paid the bills. So I mean it paid the bills but never made me rich. So I had to start thinking of other things and you know one thing leads to another beer I am. So trace the journey with regard to wealth over with regard to your career your business. From my research sounds like you've been involved in a number of different things but your parents divorced when you were young moved into social housing with your mother and your siblings but then something happened whereas now you're traveling the world driving supercars living in a mansion in Romania Cetera. What was that pass through business for you? Okay. So by my financial story is quite short, really I went to. I. I was unhappy with school and the reason for this is pretty simple when I was growing up in America my parents are still together because I moving when they divorced when I was growing up in America, I was moved up three grades and I was playing a lot of my father was a chess grandmaster. I was on track to be chess grandmaster. I was playing chess scholastically with. The schools and I was Indiana state chess champ h five and doing chess. So when they split up my mother who's originally originally English, want to go back to her family in England I came to England and there was no chess in the schools. The British system is less ruthless than the American system. They don't like moving people upgrades they don't like you know really segment people by. It's far more of socialist. I guess you know we're all the same and I found school I found very, very boring. So I didn't try very hard. So by the time I graduated from school is sixteen my attendance rate had dropped to twenty, twenty, five percent average and the reason for that was simple. If I saw someone up to the gas station and Lamborghini. I didn't sit there and think he worked really hard school. I sat there and call he is either a drug dealer or he's broken the rules or there's some hack here he's pack the Matrix everyone goes to school has a Lamborghini. So to me school was absolutely a waste of time. That's what I believe to be. So I stopped going basically. I passed all my. Season B.'s even though I only twenty five percent attendance and my father were very mad and and even my teachers like you're capable of so much more you could have easily gone a but because you didn't come get it up. So I decided to go to college and try really hard to prove a point. So I went to college afterwards I studied business I studied. The four hardest a-levels is called New Kias physics math. Political. Science and. Business degree. I start studying them all and I did so well, it all of them that even though there was eight exams by my sixth exam by the time, it was over I already had as inevitable subject. So then they gave me some other advanced testing which I did very well, and and I offered a scholarship to university university in England. Much chimerical cost money if think big loan, etc etc.. So I was offered the scholarship to a business university and I came home told my mother and then tomorrow wasn't though So she she went crazy. She was like what? This is one hundred, thousand euros a free education. What are you going to do? What do you mean? You'RE NOT GONNA. Go you already messed up school and now you did so well in college and you're GonNa go what you do instead and I said I'm going to become a kickboxing world champion.
Sweet news: A once a week chocolate fix can be good for your heart
"Ahead. Eat that chocolate because more research says it is good for you. Study in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology found that eating chocolate at least once a week can lower the risk of heart disease. Study suggests chocolate keeps the heart's blood vessels healthy, but doctors say Don't get too carried away. Reporter Tom Hanson says Dark chocolate is the best. It's full of any oxidants that helped reduce inflammation, improved blood flow and boost mood and concentration. Kia And they also have untold chocolate bar in the comfort that one still has benefits. Researchers say that chocolate bars maintain their potency over least 50 weeks and cocoa beans and powder can remain stable for 75 years.
Philadelphia - Lancaster Authorities Charged Man In Kidnapping Of Missing Amish 18-Year-Old Linda Stoltzfoos As Search For Teen Continues
"Authorities have charged the man and the kidnapping of an 18 year old Amish woman went missing nearly three weeks ago and she was walking home from church y w infinitely reports The woman has not yet been found, and police are asking for the public's help. 18 year old Linda Stoltzfus was reported missing by her father after she didn't make it to a youth group She was supposed to attend on June 21st surveillance video obtained by Police show Stolz What's being abducted by someone in a red Kia as she was walking home from Church on Beach Deal Road in the wrong Syria. The Lancaster district attorney's office says that car belongs to 34 year old just a smoker. Witnesses in the area say they saw an Amish girl in the passenger side of a vehicle that matched the description of smokers on the day of starts. Fruits abduction On Friday, investor Later searched a rule location where they believe she might have been taken after being kidnapped. They say smokers vehicle was seen parked at that location two days after she went missing. Investigators also discovered clothing they believe belonged to Stolz Foods buried in the woods smoker has been charged with felony kidnapping in a misdemeanor for false imprisonment. Authorities say it's still unclear what happened after the woman was kidnapped, but they believe she was harmed. Anyone with information is asked to call police and minutely KOW news
Philadelphia - Lancaster County District Attorney charges man with kidnapping an Amish woman who is feared ‘harmed’
"Authorities charging a man and the kidnapping of an 18 year old Amish woman who went missing nearly three weeks ago is she was on her way home from church. It's gay boy. W's Antoinette lead tells us The woman has not been found yet in the police need your help. 18 year old Linda Stoltzfus was reported missing by her father after she didn't make it to a youth group she was supposed to attend. On June 21st surveillance video obtained by Police shows Stolz what's being abducted by someone in a red Kia as she was walking home from Church on Beach Dale Road in the wrong Syria. The Lancaster district attorney's office says that car belongs to 34 year old Justo smoker. Witnesses in the area say they saw an Amish girl in the past. Inside of a vehicle that matched the description of smokers on the day of starts. Fruits abduction On Friday, investigators searched a rule location where they believe she might have been taken after being kidnapped. They say smokers vehicle was seen parked at that location two days after she went missing. Investigators also discovered clothing they believe belonged to Stolz Foods buried in the woods smoker has been charged with felony kidnapping in a misdemeanor for false imprisonment. Anyone who might have seen smoker or his red Kia Rio sedan around the time Stolz fruits was abducted. Is asked to contact police. You confine your picture of the car and more details on cable w news radio dot com and Swing
Tesla Quality Falls Short in J.D. Power Car Survey
"The first time ever tesla included in. Jd Power initial quality survey, but it might have been happier to say off. That list Filipinos got all the details fell. Emily is sort of an interesting survey because they're not technically ranked with all the other automakers, but they do have enough responses from Tesla owners and we'll talk about. The test results in just a bit. Let me show you the top and the bottom automakers in terms of quality initial quality. This is what people say after ninety days. You've got dodging KIA tying for number one in third place. It's titled Between Chevrolet and Ram at the bottom of the list for luxury Maine's. Some of these might surprise you. The one at the bottom will not be surprise. You've got Mercedes than Volvo Audi and coming in number thirty one out of thirty one brands. Brands Land, rover, which is often at the bottom of these lists, and yet they have a lot of intense loyalty and sales remained strong as for Tesla while it's not officially ranked, they did get answered from thirteen hundred Tesla owners in thirty five states and based on that Jd. Power says that the initial quality is the worst in the auto industry in terms of problems per one hundred vehicles. Most of the problems have to do with fit and finish things like wind noise squeaks and rattles the kind of things that people say look. This is what happens when you push manufacturing in order to build in some more vehicles, all of this coming. Coming on a day when Nitsa the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched an investigation into what's going on with the touchscreens of sixty three thousand Model S, these are model S.'s built between two thousand and thirteen in two thousand sixteen, the look into why number of owners have reported having problems with those touchscreens, whether that relates to a recall or some kind of a notice from the company remains to be seen as you take a look at shares of Tesla wants more remember that next week we'll get the cue to delivery data from Tesla and whether or not they have to alter their guidance Melissa for full. Your deliveries remember they still technically. Technically are saying that they plan to deliver at least five hundred thousand vehicles worldwide this year, though you give given what we saw with the factories, shutting down in April and a number of the other issues around the world, the question is whether or not they still plan on keeping that guidance. Yeah, it'll. It'll be much harder to hit that year end target if they fall short in the second quarter. Phil thank you
IKEA Smart Blinds coming to the UK, Europe and US with HomeKit support
"DOT com. Hey, tacking tech fans. It's Christine Blackburn from the story. Worthy podcast in for Jefferson Graham. WHO's on a well deserved vacation? Here's what I wanted to talk about today. You guys some really cool things that are coming up in home technology. Technology for instance. Have you ever been to one of those cool hotels? Like maybe in Vegas or in New York where you click remote control, and the blinds just open. It's almost like magical, because the really quiet, and it's really smooth, and of course there's none of those pesky cords hanging down. Those have been really expensive. Haven't they? Will guess what no more because I. Ki- yeah I- Kia those guys are coming up with a brand new smart blind. That's right. That Swedish. Superstar has a new take on the smart blind. Now they're not available yet. Yet due to the COVID situation, but there launch is now going to be happening later this summer, so check it out with its voice activated smartphone connect blinds. I key is going to do what it does best by making luxury items affordable for your home. That's right. They're going to be in three different sizes, and they'll be compatible with Siri Alexa and Gould home. As well as I key is own trod, free, smart home system which I actually never heard of, but
Man, Woman Shot and Killed in Northeast Washington DC
"Two people were killed in a shooting in northeast DC early Sunday about two thirty AM officers responded in the fourteen hundred block of kennel worth Avenue where they found an adult male and an adult female with gunshot wounds lark kia eyes lar who's twenty three years old of southeastern Timothy Hinton twenty eight of Suitland were identified as the deceased police are investigating the incident
Media Surprised by Tesla Registrations Despite Shutdown
"Everybody robbing our here today we were talking about a number of different reports on tests registrations in the united. States in the month of April and May tussle stock, despite some of these reports finished the day up one percent to nine hundred ninety one dollars, seventy nine cents that compared to the Nasdaq up zero point two percent all right so as much as I would love to skip this topic because I think a lot of us know where this is. Is Heading. Most of the Tesla headlines today are related to a Wall Street Journal article published this morning titled Quote Tessa Registrations Plunge in California data tracker, says and quote, then leading off the article with quote, registrations of newly purchased Tesla vehicles plunged critical California market over the past two months according to new data underlining the challenge chief executive Elon, Musk faces to keep investor enthusiasm that has helped propel the company's share price and quote the Wall Street Journal Journal cites data from Dominion Enterprises which apparently tracks registrations in twenty four states that make up about sixty five percents of the US market, and in those twenty four states they say that Tesla registrations declined thirty three percent to fourteen, thousand, one, hundred and fifty one vehicles during the first two months off cue to the media, then seemed to go full, shocked Pika Chew Mon and read a whole bunch of articles about this highlighting Tesla's quote, unquote plunging registrations so. So I thought had a little bit of fun with that with the today. Apologies for that, but the point here is that this should not be surprising at all. People seem to have forgotten that Tesla. Had Their factory shut down for seven weeks from late March to early May as we know. Tesla is somewhat unique in that their registration or sales, information correlates strongly to their production rather than simply being an indication of demand like we might see from. Cars we can easily see this in the inventory numbers. If we look at Tesla, they had twenty days of inventory at the end of Q. on of March that comes right from their shareholder letter, and if we look at a company like Ford, for example, they said that at the march they had one hundred days of inventory so twenty days of inventory doesn't get. Get you too far when you're factories, shut down for fifty days compared to if you had one hundred days of inventory in stock like four does according to Cox Automotive, many brands actually had more than one hundred days of inventory at the end of March including Honda, jeep, Cadillac, an Acura and many others, and then even on the low end. They have KIA as. As the lowest brand at forty three days, so Tesla's inventory is about twenty to twenty five percent of the average and half of that of the lowest other brand in the US. The other important consideration here when we look at April and May specifically for the United States is that because Tesla restarted production in early, may that only gave them a couple or A. A few weeks to be able to produce vehicles ship them over to Europe and have them delivered within Q. Two, so with that being the case, obviously a very small amount of vehicles produced in May are going to actually be allocated for the North American market, so yeah plenty of reasons for us to expect registrations to have been down year over year in April. April and May in the US definitely not shocked Pichu type of situation, even with all that being the case in the same article, The Wall Street Journal says that Dominion Research says that the industry fell forty three percent in April and may remember. They have tussled down thirty three percent, so even without much inventory, Tesla is still outperforming the broader industry. You actually interpret. Interpret this as relatively bullish report. The other thing that I want to talk about briefly is the actual number here. So they said that registrations were fourteen thousand, or so in the first two months of the quarter and remember that's four states that make up about sixty five percents of the total US auto market. Tesla probably penetrates a little bit higher in those markets. Markets, because it does include California, so if we assume that that's about seventy five percent, then that can point to a number of about eighteen thousand five hundred vehicles registered in the United States in April, and met now I'm not putting much weight into these numbers, but that number does seem extremely reasonable. We know that Tesla began the quarter with about thirty thousand vehicles. Vehicles in inventory, so if we assume about half of that inventory, or about fifteen thousand vehicles were in the United States at the end of March then for us to have eighteen thousand vehicles registered in the US in April, and may sounds like a pretty reasonable number, if tussle were to sell off some of that inventory mentor, and then we add in deliveries from. That are probably not entirely allocated for Europe as well as Mata. Why if anything I see this report? As a low weight indicator that things are roughly on track. One less thing. I wanted to point out on this. The street did run article separate from my page on this topic and I didn't really love the headline. They reach out me, gave me the opportunity to add some context, and then actually included all of my comments in the article on this
Stocks slip as markets await Trump's Hong Kong response
"Hong Kong security law and the U. S. responses to later on this Friday and setting up a pretty gloomy end to what's been in next month for Asian stocks Menton has stalled after April registered the strongest surge since twenty sixteen that's crossover to Frankfort and twine queen a CIO of emerging markets at Deutsche Bank wealth management so I think this week we saw a little bit of a a preview of what could be the calm here when it comes the rising U. S. China trade tensions market so it seems to be taking it in stride for now but what could be the next driver for markets in the next couple weeks or so in June after we saw a pretty decent last two months exactly so I think now given that we have seen quite a strong rally from the lows in March and now that a lot of countries in the world but no stopping in the U. S. with the exit strategy stock market that turning a little bit more to of feed now and of course as you read he said China you attention would be one of these but the thing that is more of the election recall a kia as you know we are of course not in the middle of the election campaign to with the election in beginning of November and and the the approval rating of president trump has falling quite choppy he had of course now to two district case border he and now directing to China is maybe one of the possibilities and of course as I mentioned with the exit strategy we also have to watch now how this is going to play out if there's a second wave which could trigger a potentially old sold a second knockdown I think these are the main themes we are looking at and then of course how the economic data will also then follow we know and we have been to one date which was bad but of course everyone should be aware that cute too in your role and within the U. S. would be even worse than Q. one yeah I let you see this divergence right of what the real economy is seeing versus what I meant financial markets have outperformed essentially how do you think this all gets resolved will stocks eventually catch downing and get a dose of reality or do you think that the economy are we're gonna see a decent enough bounce back to justify the hope that's been priced into markets yes well I think what the markets are currently pricing in it is exactly that story fifty economies are open again we don't see a second wave and that things are slowly returning back to some sort of normality maybe you can call it in you Norman but if we compare then of course the reality is he right he said with the expectation as I mentioned it is also of course so a lot of pride in so when I look at a lot twelve month target for example bought the S. and P. five hundred we think that if not much upside potential and the reefs at this level is Robert to the down side from our perspective to let go fast you Melis from China out of four point eight percent of GDP veces the likes of the U. S. at fifteen percent Japan at twenty percent how much of a risk is that for eons we don't think it is much of the race because when you look at the data and the we how China and also about Asians and countries have said to deal with the virus I think of the if not the need to be so aggressive in terms of to Malaysia the markets with maybe a little bit disappointed with the the number of the stimulus measures also compared to other developed markets but the I mean China is we know has been the vehicle two months ago in January and and February but since then the economy is open again we have a team of course the the data recovering not at thanks to the previous level but of course China and the rest of Asia at least two months ahead of the rest of the woodlands that he's not that kind of needs for such a big stimulus but I think the old so that if need be then the the government here will that also increase the similar so from that perspective we are not worried at all what I want to take a look at the bond market sell these Asian bonds in particular have had a great time best performing in Asia in Q. one are you still finding Indonesian Thai Filipino bonds attractive at current levels on the elective bases yes broader market as you rightly said the performance has been great already so we are still recommending clients for Camry but it tends to be much more selective especially now the run we have seen so it's not just by the whole market like when they see it September but now it's more on the collective faces and also in terms of conviction calls right now what what do you see the most opportunity it seems like we're or seeing the last couple weeks or so this rotation out of out of quality into value and and it and people are pricing as you mentioned this this recovery but then you're flying of course the risks of all the second wave as well so how do you hedge your bets at this moment yeah you read me that so we have been recommending recorded quality goal here because I think in such an environment where most of the companies are not able to provide guidance it's even more important to look at both companies with a strong balance sheet with total visit the business model and that's why we have identified especially the technology but also the head Catholic thought to be for Indies quality growth area if you ready said we are also seeing it in the last one or two weeks I would be some rotation into value but we think this is maybe not the numbers we still think the win in the pot supposed to be the winner in the future as well but of course they have called to reach now valuation levels which not cheap anymore so can you also again have to be selected if a lot of you offer continuous recovering would not play out then of course as the hatch we still like gold on the other side I think he with interest rates being still very little we don't really see much in creation I think because gold is the to have a meaningful with a location in now hold clients but for years we've seen at least when it comes to global GDP estimates that things perhaps of bounce are these bottoms for twenty twenty one do you think that's still looking a bit optimistic because I seem to be the reason are catalysts for many bowls to really continue to track cases rally if I were you is and I think as I mentioned in the beginning of the year a GDP would drop quite massively and half of it Q. two will be the worst quarter since the second World War we are expecting corner me in the U. S. to read cover back to end of twenty nineteen level in twenty twenty two so but bounced bank will happen in twenty one but it won't be enough to be back at the level from Lafia so it would take another year in twenty two in order to be back then two levels of nineteen eighty and you roll depending also on Khan three the eight my take likely long maybe then Q. two of twenty three and at the same would be for earnings and this is I think what the market is looking for and stopping now also to discounted twenty win from don't your bank wealth management speaking to us from Frank but thank you so much
Healing The Land IS Healing Ourselves
"So welcome thank you. It is an honor to be here Thank you both for your work that you do within this podcast but also outside Of It You are both and inspiration to me as well My name is Kim Smith. I am bitter water woman to Cheatin- initially dotes at Nardini by Shas gene. A she does Chicago. Dole Kia Annella What'S OUT DENNIS ON? Initially I ac- Dan Not Shaggy. Ill Adult Day It's a doc on the Audition on National Shogun Hello Relatives My name is Kim Smith. I am Dinette. Bitter Water Woman Who hails from? A small village called Saint Michael's Arizona And now I live in another village. Another village call hug back New Mexico. Thank you thank you for having me. We are so thrilled that you're here came. Let's start the episode of by discussing how you came to understand that violence on the land is violence on our bodies. It took Me Really Looking. Got My spirit looking at how it is broken In the sense of how my body is reacting to the things that are in my environment I have an autoimmune disease. I have rheumatoid arthritis And you know having that type of disability can be very Hard and you know. Feeling the pain the intense pain and you know thinking about the land and how the land is hurting and thinking about it on that context of why. Why is the land hurting? And why is my body my spirit taking about in And so really expanding on that and thinking about it but also looking at things on the outside world as well you know because there are a lot of communities like my own are exploited That have these the rape of the land as you mentioned And really the deep understanding that I had the privilege of learning the most was on our walk and he called by the journey for and what that is is it was journey. of young women organizing A pilgrimage to our sacred mountains and there's six sacred mountains and when we first started the walk said there's four sacred mountains and come to find. There's a lot more than that you know. And so it was really this scouting mission for us of finding our original selves. You know reconnecting back to our homelands and These mountains are sacred because we believe our deities live there in their connected to our creation stories and from two thousand thirteen to two thousand fourteen. We really started to look at our communities. Like why are we in the state that we are in And so in me and my analysis of that I had to look at where I am rooted and looking at it from that type of Lens you know there is a coal mine five miles away to the east of me and then to the south of me. There is a transfer station for gas natural gas and so really looking at it. Like in that context of okay. This is how the community the this is how the earth is being broken and this is why I'm broken essentially And so it was really this idea of the idea that was planted in to me of okay. How are you going to heal it? How are you going to make things better? And I've been taking you know. Taking the prayers to the mountain is something that has helped me to do all of the healing. I feel I have done up until this point. And that really shows the connection the power of the reconnection that we have to their into the deities and to these sacred places and also the responsibility really that it takes to to make those pilgrimages to be in tune with nature with the elements as deny people. The elements are dis. Water is a deity air as a deity. And you know we need those things to live and when you're connected with that it's so healing and I feel that and it came from the walk. Can you tell us a little bit? More about the walk How long was it? How long were you on the road at? What were some of the things that you saw on this journey So in the Bay journey for existence we walked over fourteen hundred miles in the span of a year We started in the winter and the choice to go in the winter. Had to do with In honor of our ancestors who were forced to go on the long walk in the dead of winter like if we want to Honor them and so we left in the winter and For me I think of it as a modern day scouting what what type of monsters are on our land. It's a lot different. When you're walking on the land as the CO as opposed to driving through it you know you feel you hear you smell Can you hear different things and at the same time? You're connecting the DOTS in listening to elders and community members and sharing stories. And you know you're remembering or reconnecting to These places and it's just so incredible in that's where I met Matija She came and photographed us on our first leg of the walk in It the feeling and the things that we have seen It's so mind boggling that we are we were and continually are in that state.
5 Ways to Improve Your Videoconference Presence
"Needless to say I've had some interesting online conversations over the last couple of months. I have seen parts of people's houses that I really wasn't prepared for and then there has been a mix of interesting lighting in tin can audio. Yes it has been the wild wild west. So what I've decided to do is take the microphone by the horns and do two things for my contribution to the greater video conferencing world. I I have some tips today. That are easy to enable and that with a little adjustment here or there you should be able to enable. You should be able to use these pretty quickly second later this week. I'm releasing a new online workshop. Called the essential steps to impressive video conferencing. It's a one hour movie that covers audio video and environment and I really get into some cool tips now. I'll talk more about this later in the show. But I'm GonNa tell you right now. That is free to our inner circle members who support this podcast on patron for right now. Let's get to those five tips already tip number one get the to Kia. Yes and you probably want wine. Do you want me to and I'm thinking more like Ikea. Dot Com right because shopping inside care right. A lot of places probably just isn't going to happen but I can't dot com is doing well and if you go to the search box on in enter diffused lighting. You'll get a variety of lamps and lampshades. That are exactly what you need one way or another one of. Them's going to be something that you need now. What is the deal with this Derek? Well here's the deal that the lighting on so many of these calls that I'm watching is terrible. The light tends to be too harsh the wrong color. You all sorts of things and really. What I'm seeing is that people really aren't thinking about. How do I get a flattering light on my face? Which should be really kind of at the top of the list like this. I don't WanNa look terrible. When on these webcams alrighty so how do I look better well? The rule for portrait photography applies to video conferencing as well which is the larger the light source right in the closer to your face the softer the light. And then if you position that light so this more or less you know coming straight on to your face you know. That's what we call fashion lighting and it is very flattering. There's a reason why fashion photographers use it. It makes people look pretty so going back to Ikea if you shop on Kia and you shop. Four diffused lighting. You'll see these lamps and all sorts of goodies that you can accessorize your desk with in suddenly. Look a ton better and the reason why I pick you could get these all sorts of places. But they're actually quite affordable so you get a very attractive desk accessory now and you will look much more attractive on camera if you follow this tip. Now here's the other part of that tip which is get something that's daylight balanced or s close to daylight balanced as possible and again. This is another mistake that I see so often. Which is if you have a tungsten lightbulb shining on you. You're going to be orange. And if you have fluorescent tubes eliminating your mug you're GonNa be Green and neither of those really make great colors for face right so you want a daylight balance tube or as close to daylight as you can get so two parter. One diffused lighting coming straight on and be second part of one. Get as close to daylight balance as you can already. That's tip number one. Here's tip number two. It's called Darling. You Look Marvelous now. Unfortunately those built in seven twenty p Webcams for many laptops and desktops. Just aren't very flattery. And I would go so far as to say that. They are often terrible cracks me up. I have a a state of the art macbook pro thirteen inch. This is a gorgeous machine. It does everything a beautifully except for one thing except for one thing it has that lousy seven twenty p facetime camera that when I turn it on and I look at me I do not feel good. Do not feel plus. They can't control it It has way too much depth of field. I can't control exposure. I mean just goes on and on these things are agonizing and especially for those of us who like photography their double agonizing. So we've got to get away from those now. There are a couple of things you can do. If you have a cam link already which is a digital interface that allows you to connect your digital camera to your computer. You have a lump of gold right now because they are hard to find the ones that I really like are the ones who made by El Gato however if you do a little searching online and you search for video digital interface there are some other ones and there's one right now that's fairly affordable from e can get h Made by I o gear. I think it's like ninety nine bucks That people are saying works. Pretty well and the supply of those seem to be you know pretty regular. I know that this is probably the one thing that many people don't have but is the one thing that many people should get in especially in our audience because our audience as full of people who have these beautiful Sony Olympus Panasonic Fujifilm Nikon Canon cameras right. If you have a cannon camera by the way cannon just came out with some software that you can use and you don't have to get the digital interface and just play your cannon camera in so if you're a canon shooter you may want to check that out
Southwest Freeway closed after fatal wreck involving big rig in Houston
"A fatal accident involving a big rig that closes all the outbound lanes of the southwest freeway at near the beltway and that's going to continue to be closed off until some investigation work is that completed so do avoid that area to kia and we got an accident also working on the west EE southbound ramp to the southwest freeway and one near magnolia after fourteen eighty eight at FM one forty nine it's affected both sides I could you let into the Gulf because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic
Inside the extraordinary race to invent a coronavirus vaccine
"Now in an unprecedented race more than a hundred coronavirus vaccine candidates are being tested at record speed the medical experts agree that it's likely that several vaccines will be needed to end the pandemic this novel coronavirus comes and you say no problem we can make that vaccine really quickly we got this that's what I said give me kia Corbett lead the national institutes of health vaccine collaboration with moderna at the start of the outbreak in January she told us the stars Daxing give researchers a huge head start it would take just two months to bring their covert nineteen vaccine to human trials we actually changed the genetic code for the spike protein based on our knowledge that we gathered from designing vaccines for other corona viruses in the past that spike protein is the key the corona virus uses to unlock and invade a body self modernistic scene uses genetic material known as messenger RNA to instructs cells to make spike proteins that trigger an immune response to fight the virus what did they tell you what the potential risks well then I might have bad symptoms of the flu data and then the ultimate bad symptoms I can get really really sick as one of the first American volunteers from wilderness trial sixty one year old Carol Kelly received her first dose in late April tell me why you wanted to do this there are so many people that are suffering and I thought here's an opportunity that just presented itself and I need to do what I
Boston to keep expanding coronavirus testing, mayor says
"Boston is moving forward with a major expansion of coronavirus testing Walsh talked about that as well as relief for small businesses at his daily briefing testing gets individuals the kia and they need to get well to avoid passing on the virus it allows a public health experts to track the outbreak and inform our response testing also plays an essential role in our progress towards recovery hides the data that we need to move forward in a phase three opening public health models tell us the more testing we can do the more we can reduce our positive infection
"kia" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"System and she's been working with this studying history religion philosophy for for twenty years and this is a system is really a unique way to help you to connect all your parts and I really love your name of your pod. Eagerness Nest cast because and because we have learned that EGO is a bad thing eagle. You shouldn't have your ego. Your should get rid of it. You should kill it if you kill your ego you're on an NFC said in the beginning you said Ego. I Am Eagle for me. It's ego is the physical person so ego has we have learned from where when that he is is bad but ego is driving force. You have to embrace your Echo. You have to embrace your driving force have to love yourself. I mean Eagle is depart that do things. Eagle has arms and legs. Here's your mouth. We are two eagles talking here but we also have a salt for purpose. Been integrating factor nerve. Begin mind and body so you have to do some introspection in order to understand your ego and so I i. I like your explanation of Please tell me what inspired you or what. What's your attraction to resist them? And could you tell us about if you want to share the story of how you found rely spider system than wanted to practice it? Yeah I think I was always a very char Shy Child of fearful scared of things send. I didn't get the kind of emotional support and I was really really looking for for something. My parents died in that time and I was really lost and I came home from Spain and I mean my parents died. Iowa's totals I didn't know what to do on this planet and I thought is this. Is this all there is what am I gonNa do this? No one will teach me here so then I find Because she had a Webinar Bach. Fear or listen to that and I realized that I have so many different fears controlling my life and when I heard her talking about that I thought that she has to answer to my my my fears and the more I learned about lifespan systems are learned that we are different parts and if we learn in school for example when to teach the kids to get in contact with the driving forces. It's so easy to say that we give our children different diagnosis because it's easier to to to set a thick label on things instead of looking at. How amazing is this kid? Why why why is she doing this or that? Maybe that's just only energy that wants to come out to be expressed and then we need to also to be Contact with her so I think that we also had a sort of divine purpose because when I saw my mother die I she was there. We were talking and then she came into a coma and then she took her last breath and then she was gone. She just something. Her soul left her old sick body in the bed in hospital. Then I realized they must be so. Don't who just lift the body while that soul is in their body? I think that the body is ego. The body is driving force and now she didn't mention Driving forces anymore cashew in fact probably were where she was before she was bar to ask a question. Yeah Fulop for because his English is not not our first language. Is Our second lenders often. And is this live. Spider system is at the on an international scale. To do they have practice all over the world. And can you get the information on the system in English? Yes yes it's it's all over the world it's We have. I'm ally spider licensed coach. We have coaches in different parts guitar. She lives in California and we have a coach in New Zealand. They are working in Canada. So they just sort of cover over the planet and you can find Information in English and also listened to the pardon sale will end loot. Yeah that's great. I will include that in in in the show notes. Then we'll see if we could find angels so on on this blog talk radio or some other place and talking about English. You the book. The listeners could download from your site and the vaccine English called issue evolution book. Could you tell us a bit of ts before they downloaded and why they should read it evoke? Yes it's it's a teaser to download and really get a taste of why you should connect with your ego and it gives you. I think I hope a new perspective to the Word Eagle and to your in h powered that you have inside yourself but we have not learned how to get contact with it how to get to be part of it and I think we need a new paradigm to do that. It's Seinfeld for us to just I don't know just walking to our powers and own them so that's why you should download the Eagle evolution evil. Yeah soon talking about books you on your Youtube Channel. You have a nice. Did you trae like all of most like a movie trailer? But the the tree Pronounce it out in translated in English. But you could tell a bit about explanation above name London. Good enough I spell it like translated or pronounce it as as it's written but is in a different way so country good enough. Could you say that door? What's the name of the country good enough? And what's the story about? Oh yeah that's a children's book I wrote. It's not revised yet not yet you have it in. La It's my plasma future plans and actually walking and good enough. It's coming from from good enough because we are good enough. We are amazing as we are and the country is it's it's about. The little girl was Liv- living at dark planet called Solo and her parents don't have time with her and she gets a magical harmonica and then she could travel to the bright country. A country good enough there. She had a lot of great experiences with new friends. Achieve that yeah that's lurking amazing story of it could be for associate Mitee As often said that it could be for adults that have a child chiding Childish Behavior in a fun way that you play fullness so I think this book For kids but I think also for grownups. I look forward to read that. Yes good we work. Yeah I will I will write right on cue and do have talking about books. Do you have any that? You're reading right now or or your books or something like a book. Cheap you want to share Why am I reading? Actually I'm always reading a lot of books. Actually love reading books about John. Brad show called creating love. He also wrote a book about healing from shame. Is I think I love to? I love to read about even behavior. Why doing why do in in these times. We really need to create love really to connect and we need to do that with the help of our driving forces that are eagle have great great to hear an s an ending. Note here all skew about your favorite beverage. I said I've written my first book. Black T. Eighteen Swedish in one in English. Do you have any favorite beverage? Yes do and I actually love teague. Also I love like you and your sketches in the book and I love black icon. I think so yes. Lackey's great makes Monday move isn't it? Yeah it makes day too so thanks for making my day here for your presence here your time. Is it anything else? You want to stay at Any you could of course but where we could find you on the Internet in cyberspace if you want to repeat because five-man Kia Hellas Dot s. e. can download the book. Even if it's it's written in the book is in English so you can just download it in English. So you can. You can get downloaded that and if you want to book a free call with me go to the contact session and just bite something. Let's talk let's talk about the. Let's talk about the driving forces that's great. Thank you for your and took sued again shares. Thank you later. Bye.
"kia" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"By teaming great to hear what are you thinking about? Kia thinking about right now I think you're thinking about the same thing. The whole planet is thinking about the the virus. How the fear around been to? Yeah Yeah I think about that. Awesome and to be prepared and to be safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones and to also seal -tunities what will come right now. We're having having the conversation through long distance service so we have a social distance between each other. We have met in person several times but now using technology so people could listen to in Enviro manorial safe environment. So I think that's a good thing and to to talk about and also different forces and you said the fear have fear about but also how you could change you at in. Do something positive and learn from that. Beth what I'm thinking about a lot and we'll talk about your ego like I am in Latin Thi- say and you have some knowledge and expertise about that and the special system live spider system and and also about your soul and your spirit and also what you're up to and what you're doing Planning but I will start out before I the search on Eagle Or Eagle Surfing as you say that's a concept that you search on yourself for yourself shown your competitors or or colleagues or yeah or clerk corona virus the I did a Google search there and I found free towels in two hundred hits on us. That's great that you're around in the in cyberspace several because your name. That's not the common nickname right now as a note saying Same like Linda. School gets pretty unique so night loss name. That's in a way good. Yeah it's a good way that you have a special name if you want to be seen sometimes you could wonder about also but the one way you and I have a advantage to be or not. Our Name is not Smith or Sony Swedish. Because when it's harder to stand out and I hits here. Results is your own website. He lists don't sc and then we have some public information. We talked about before in the Green Room in Sweden. Lots of information. You could send fine public. I'm full privacy knife for individual rights and sometimes you could discuss how this opening formation is that good or bad. What could that used in a good way but also the big broader in zone and then you have a nice press. Release here on my newsdesk. That's a big servicing. We'd press releases. Also use solution media activities. A book that you had to shop Davar tips from the coach. Could you tell little about that? Mind boost and had to keep that. Listen to yourself yes I. It's a book written by ten different coaches and honor writing about that empathic leadership because I think that a lot of people are m paths high sensitive maybe introvert and I think that we are here to help the planet actually to to find the empathy to take care of the planet so we don't pretend that we have like ten planets we could take off and that we can help people to find their deep empathy inside each one of us a why that is important in times like this. I think it's really really important best. That's what I wrote about. An I think it's it's it's interesting idea to write together in a book like that mostly published into Tauzin nineteen. He came out September. Two thousand. Yeah Yeah because we messed up the book fair because then I had published my book Some time ago my first book on T. and it was nice to see you at the book fair rare and the mind boot boost booth. They had I talked to a friend or colleague contact seen in other forms before in in coffee business in yeah in different areas. It's funny how you meet people in different stages and different jobs in zone so that that was fun to to meet you and the people that are in its mind boost the Book Fair Big Good Book Varying Goldenberg and then an audit hate is lots of pictures of you. You see for example. You're walking How would you say the red carpet? you have some pictures from Youtube and others and then it's a linked your linked profile and often you have. It's Youtube. You have a youtube clip Senate channel and we'll talk a bit more about that one of your latest Gupta rare and on down here. On the first page it's odd blueberries. -fensive book publisher and online seller of books. You have done a book on leadership. Could you tell a bit about that? Yeah it's it's to say is to send chapter that you can read in the book TIPS FROM. Cochin tips from the coach. And that's that's the audio book in chapter so I think it's important to find their own inner leadership that's great. It's good no way that you could gain knowledge and learn things in different ways like reading a book. Listen to book go. You listen to podcasts. Watching the U. S. You have a coaching sessions workshops a inspiring talks etc. It's plenty of ways of learning at Van. Baron with site I page Lead us on facebook so you have on some like facebook live since on right and ESA comparison before we come into Would Eagle I checked. The alternative is searching in. But I like. We talked about privacy before duck duck go because they don't save any inflammation Google lease in a way your friend but it's also that you are the products. They store things in a way. That could be good. If you search for something you could. It could pop up an ad for something that you're interested but sometimes it could be creepy but duck duck goes as advair not storing any information at the old. Saito was interesting to compare that and it will similar results but you have One into with sales effect dot se about Chapter Barroso into Badu. And also that you. They could book direct a like a coaching session with us. It's a service area on the line online So that was what was addition there compared to the Google search results? Do you have any thoughts about that? I don't know I don't know what to say. That's good that they could see the interview from safe effect and can always book. May and you can go to that website also. Yeah that's good. That's why doing these igwe search or ego surfing that in a way. If you search on himself you could say why by this pump dumping out and then you could use an alternative search engine or search from another place or use of the PM and then you find a different result that we should be aware of that. People often doing searches off to the owner. Like a business Mingo Laura at the meeting because vets away of your persona and how how your Monette and you have you have more. Fortune vowed that when it comes with this live spider system. So could you tell me more about this? Ego and the Forces for his site. Very Hal dot. Sap more about than the system. And I did a link to some Costa with the founder of the system and it was unblocked Talkradio about the actual Mahoney had did in India. But I'm sorry I couldn't listen to it because it was not working at the moment so I have to check it some other time. I should really check. It is really interesting and Vicky Tag Ron Stone. The founder of life by the.
"kia" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"To tell you about the K. nine hundred yeah members about the kia K. nine hundred and I've also shared with you of how impressed I am with the technology styling and the overall quality of what kia is now providing and it's not just me that is recognizing a great deal of what kia is doing are there is the brand new kia saltos but the big boy in the group of kia today is the new kia telluride I saw one on the road just yesterday brand new temporary plates on and it is the twenty twenty kia telluride now this is the very first SUV to win the Triple Crown of the auto industry's most prestigious accolades what would those be Motor Trend S. U. V. of the year K. car and driver ten best nice and north American car of the year twenty twenty that is not toy park as you guys know that telluride SX model it includes a twelve way power adjustable drivers seat nice twenty inch wheels automatic high beams blind spot monitoring tool sun roofs guys you can fit eight yes eight individuals.
"kia" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready to go basically every single thing you could want they have right there on the lot and every new vehicle that you buy from hers and kia includes two years free maintenance the greatest thing about them too is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when it comes to sell you the car that you want and they're conveniently located just half a mile south of shady Grove metro recently I got to drive the new kia soul that thing drives like a dream the interior is super stealth and that all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times out of ten I'm driving around with my son who's three I love this car see dealer for details.
"kia" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"And kia and took the all new twenty twenty kia soul first you go check it out and make sure you Tellem Riley since you the with the deck of fifty one the dues you with fifty one okay say nothing to do from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM with George Noory well.
"kia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready to go basically every single thing you could want they have right there on the lot and every new vehicle that you buy from hers and kia includes two years free maintenance the greatest thing about them too is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when it comes to sell you the car that you want and they're conveniently located just half a mile south of shady Grove metro recently I got to drive the new kia soul that thing drives like a dream the interior is super stealth and that all these awesome safety features inside of it which is really important to me because nine times out of ten I'm driving around with my son who's three I love this car see dealer for details Lucien some this is America's drug in network with the way yep it it's time to take a little ride course you normally fill an inferred Mister Steve summers it it Damon that's what I'm talking about this little what I was summoned from Montgomery I have my guitar back when a stranger stuff is me and him Katelyn he was this is we will always have a rod one way or another and then you guys I recognize the.
"kia" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Skills hey there. It's terry here with your flash briefing for friday and today i wanna tell you about some new news. A new product product that was launched by kia kia now has something called the symphony table lamp or symphony wifi bookshelf.
"kia" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Also being a non dairy hunts. He like it gives me that richness that I need without like, you know, the diarrhea I loved it everything. So she yeah. Your supper club. Okay. He'll occasionally a non binary. Hunting. But. Okay. What's a cookbook you love? Princess pamelas cookbook by Princess. Pamela, give us a little blurb about it. So Princess Pamela. She just made this cookbook with these initiatives appeared, and I purchased the cookbook once they put it out there again and it's. Literally, I was just crying reading the recipes because they're just so everything that I've grown up on, like very like old scrapings on my grandma who's like born in, like the forties. You know, it was making in that she learned to make from like her mother. You know what I mean? Like it's very in every aspect of the word it is very, very black and very, very amazing. And it's one of my greatest treasures have what is the oldest thing in your fridge? Oldest thing in my fridge. I think is this little weird bottle of sardines? Dream vacation travel destination. Tokyo. If you were trapped on a desert island with one food celebrity who would it be? On a garden. I'm pretty sure she'll find a way to make Earl two chicken like show turn us being stranded into a dinner party perfect will Kia. Thank you, for stopping by know how busy you are a ho- literally going back toward, we've loved getting to know you, you're the bomb, they. That's it for today show. Thank you, to Kia damone of LA Lido for joining us.
"kia" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Chef that's not even a word. They're comfortable using. Yeah. Yeah. I think it's because people weren't talking because women weren't in touch with each other to know that they had this, you know, community and they could they just they just wanted to be respected. Chefs and I. Yeah. And I do think all show first and foremost want to just be respected. Thefts. No, I totally I absolutely respect there. Some people's. They listen is not about this. It's not about this is about this is about my food, and I totally rock with that because I, I have my times, I'm just saying, all right. We can talk about all these things. But Kenya not forget that I also cook, you know, care, not forget that also am busting my butt like to make sure like that this food is, is on point. But I am also. Feel privilege in that I can't take up space with these other things and be like, all right. So we all understand that. I can cook right in, you can cook it. We can cook. Now, let's talk about these other things that are going on that are stopping me and people like me from getting proper recognition or support or funding, you know, let's talk about the ways that these identities that we hold are leaving us vulnerable to abuse every jacked up things in the kitchen. And in the world having a token is when we go do thing, it's like I wanna talk about it. And then I also have times where I'm like, I don't wanna talk about it. Met how to Sierra duck breath. Yeah. Blake DR wanna know how was on a panel for my good friend devan with Giardi. He's when eaters young guns like phenomenal. Love, love, devante, Nisha. But on the panels, like sometimes I just want to talk about my food, like I'm tired. Well, we appreciate everything you do, and speaking up and the beautiful food you make, I mean, I had the best time that afternoon at all. And I all the feedback and just our associate producer, Haifa's lost it over the food as she. Yeah. We all did. I was like, don't you wish this was next door, and we can eat here every day. Oh my gosh. Goes the rice dishes. The salads. I mean a real I'm hoping to do more. Are you doing breakfast and no you during lunch and dinner right now? Yet luncheon dinner, and then Saturday and Sunday. I run the brunch show fun yet. Just me. Oh, okay. And honestly, I've gotten used to like working. So I'm just like, yeah, get outta my way. Quickly supper club. Is it still alive? She's alive. I have been secretly plotting on the how to bring that back force without compromising the integrity of it or just doing anything. With that. I don't wanna do you know so she's, she's there, Kia cooks. I'm Dustin her off with some people. Looking for a rebrand revamp? All of that, just I this time to, to change things up shaky 'cause I'm doing all kinds of stuff now. You know what I mean? But cool we'll keep us in the loop. Absolutely. I could ask you, eight million more questions. But we're gonna do the speed round. What ready? No. What are the rules? There are none. Just speedy. What's okay. Favourite kitchen tool, paring knife song. That makes you smile box of Wheaties by Chris quell. Yes. Favorite ingredient to cook with coconut milk. Oh, why? She's so good.
"kia" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Feel like it allows the fish to shine the way that it should end just simple food that people enjoy this, what I'm trying to get to, and not trying to crowd it too much complexity or, or with doing the most, you know what I mean. I feel like I'm starting to filter out once I started filtering out all like the voices and things in my life. I realized that I can start filtering through my food. Now, your big thinker. Yes. And you're really thinking beyond the. Plays sagittarius. Are you such develops badges found out? And when we were going through everyone's bios for jubilee, and, and I know you mentioned jubilee earlier Kia was at her first jubilee and it worked, I won the team at Smith. Canteen and hung out with us for the day. Yes. Was great. Seeing you there. We loved your bio. We were like Kia has the best bio and you talked about wanting to uplift, the marginalized voices in all areas of the food industry. Yes. I first of all, will not take credit for writing that has Iowa so stuck because it's very difficult to figure out what to say about myself, but someone close to me wrote it. Yeah. No, they wrote that. I was really like. Oh, wow. Link but it was true a home of. Absolutely. It was interesting to see that. And I was like, oh, no, that's everything that anyone really needs to know about me, you know, rare sneakers and all, but yeah, I want to lift these marginalized voices when did that become? Something that you are aware of as being a goal when I started the supper club for sure. When I started the supper club and really started to delve into 'cause I always knew growing up black. You just know that things are different or that things will set up, you never really cried have words for it, and see, like a hit point in your life, and you're like, oh, that's what this is. And that's what this is. And then when you have the language for it, it's so exhausting, because you just see it, you know what I mean before it's like what is this, like ominously being? I feel like I don't know. Something's kinda holding me back here and then you find out what's holding you back and everyone else back and all these things. Just you just filled with so much rage. But once I really started getting heavier into food, and seeing that I really didn't have a whole lot of people to look to, to figure it out is, and I was like, okay, well, what the hell what the hell is this about? Like, I feel like I can't connect to any of this, because none of this me or my own race. Story, and then it was, I felt even stronger about that with the supper club when I was like, wow. All of these wonderful, wonderful women, wonderful black women have like been contributing to food from. The beginning, you know, and then either on a lot of people talk about like will, you know, after slave your during slavery..
"kia" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Enjoy my chat with Kia demon of LA Lido. So Kia, we're going to start at the very beginning. Okay. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Orlando, Florida. The kingdom of hospitality that Mickey Mouse, is it weird to grow up somewhere? That is. So specifically known for one thing. Yeah. Definitely a lot of people when you say you're from the oh, you into Disney were all the time, all you went this all the time, say, Khon. Ho actually, a lot of a stay away from those areas, molest. We work there, which dots redo like your first job like your first what's the word initiation? I guess when you get a certain age out, there is you go work at the theme. Parks, everyone knows like when that period is, and you apply, but outside of that, like, most of us stay away from there, because it's, it's a lot, let's too much. We're going to go back to the magic kingdom in a few minutes. But what was food like in your house who cooked the earliest memories of cookie in my house was when we lived with my grandma? Other at some point, and she was always cooking grits. I know. That's not. We always eat. But I always specifically remember grits, like on the back, and then we like live near some water, as willik little reading pawn situation with, like little raggedy fish. But my grandma was catching these raggedy fish and frying them and there's always like some fried fish and some grits on, like a piece of white bread with mustard. Maybe sausage. That's what I kind of member until it was like holiday time. This holiday was pulling out the turkeys, pull it out the hams all of that. Did you cook? Yes and no, like little kid cooking little. Oh, no. They would not allow me to do any of that, which is interesting. I know a lot of people have opposite, like overnight was this many years old, like I was in there with apron. No, they will. Like we're handling it little kids like get outta here. So I was eating all the time, I was underneath my grandma, when she would make pound cake her pound cake. Correct. Velvet cake and her carry cake. And I was always there for the bowl and the bowl is always mine like with me like no shade like being the favourite most beloved grandchild. I love drama, but me bowl is a big deal. I yeah, I got the jaded for the bowl and the beaters. Yes. And the beaters I wanted it all my other cousins were like a bit to older. And they were like leave it alone that's for Kia. But then my little brother younger brother came along, and let younger cousins, and then there was competition for the bowl in the beater, and I was pressed I will so give the beater to your brother this two of them. I was so mad. But I was eating I was just getting the scraps and just enjoying being around everyone. You know, think it was maybe like years later, once, you know, me, and my mom, and my brothers and my, my stepdad and all of that, where Karna started having to cook, because, you know, they go to work, and you're stuck there for the summer, you know, neither we weren't always going to like after care, like summer situation. So it's like you have to do something I tried to mimic, what I saw them doing a lot, which led to a lot of disasters a lot of KEA that's not an actual piece of meat that's like a piece of ham hawk for beans. And that's not slake seasoning. That's meat tenderizer that you just put on the like you can't eat this. You know. But I, I was just like this is what I remember..
"kia" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Hi. This is Padma Lakshmi and Joffrey. You're listening to radio. Jerry bomb your the bomb. Hi bomb squad. You're listening to radio cherry bomb into I'm your host carry diamond each week. We talked to the most inspiring women in and around the world of food. Let's thank our sponsor handsome, brook farm, pasteurized organic eggs, handsome brook farm secret to making rich flavorful eggs is simple, the most possible space, the best possible feed and lots of love. It's a healthy and humane recipe that makes her omelets, cakes Custer's and everything in between taste better. Get cracking handsome brook farm dot com before we get to today's guest. I want to remind you about our summer sustainability project. It's called cone only. If you go to an ice cream shop stand or truck this summer skip the Cup and skip the spoon. Get a cone. So it's zero waste treat. If you're out there saying, ugh, Kerry, I'm a Cup girl. I hear you. I used to be strictly Cup mostly because a lot of cones tastes like cardboard, but there's so many good coach. These days like the big chocolate ones at my fav- rococo ice cream in Kennebunkport, Maine milkmaid right here in Brooklyn has awesome cones. You can find Taki inspired cones in New York City's Chinatown. You have so many options, make sure to use the hashtag cone only. So we can see what you and the bomb squad are up to is cream wise. Thanks to our cone only partners, the New York City and Long Island chapters of surfrider if the restaurant world was a baseball league. And I had to pick the rookie of the year. My money would be on Kia damone, this young chef is mindful stylish end laris, and she cooks like a dream at her restaurant, LA Lido, in Chinatown in Manhattan, if any of you are old school, New Yorkers, you'll know the location because it used to house Winnie's the famous karaoke bar. I had lunch at LA leader recently and was so blown away by the food. I had the chick pea guac the rainbow rice bowl, the crispy sweet potatoes, and more. If I lived closer, I would eat there, every day key is food. As fresh and bright, just like she is, if you are do believe, hopefully, you got to meet Kia and try her food. She was one of the featured chefs during our breakfast before we get to Kia..
"kia" Discussed on Hands-On Tech
"Hey, I'm Sandra Gould sandwich. Principal analyst having research. And today, we're taking drive in the Kia Niro. He's tweet this episode of hands on tech is brought to you by gram early grammar as a communication tool that helps people improve their writing to be mistake. Free clear and affective start writing confidently by going to Gramercy dot com slash hot and get twenty percents off Gramley premium account today. This twenty nine hundred and Kia Niro, e the third member of KIA's narrow family following their hybrid and plug in hybrid models that have already been on sale for a couple of years, and it's key is second fully electric vehicle the following the Kia soul launched a couple of years ago. This one has a much longer range than the sold more than twice as far with EPA rated range of two hundred and thirty nine miles all on electrically the main difference visually between this Niro. And the other two versions is that there's no grill opening in the front it's been blocked off. And you now have a charging port in the front that supports both AC and DC fast charging up to seventy five kilowatt. So you can charge one hundred miles in about thirty minutes and under the hood. There's no longer an engine just on electric motor and the power Electroncs comes with a sixty four kilowatt hour lithium ion battery pack, and it's got room inside for five adults and also cargo space for at least four roller bags for standard size roller bags in the back back seat folds down. You have plenty of room to use it as an everyday car. And with this kind of range, it really becomes practical as an everyday car, you know, you don't have to use it at the secondary car or as an alternative to a gas powered car. So the the Niro even in based form comes very well equipped with lots of features. He get standard seven inch touchscreen display. There's a built in navigation system that you can use see how far you can drive on the available charging the battery. You can also use it to find charging stations. So this shows is where stations nearby you can also use Android auto or apple carplay and it supports both Google, maps and ways, and you can use the voice control find DC fast charging stations nearby. Showing results for find EC fast charging stations nearby and the digital instrument cluster lets you see lots of different information. So you can see how much charge you've got left. How efficiently you're driving? It's got a driving coach system shows, you're driving style. So shows you if you're driving economically, or you're wasting energy when you're driving by driving too aggressively. So so far we're about seventy one percent economical driving and about twenty five percent normal about four percent aggressive driving, which you know, when you're filming a road test you going to do a little bit of aggressive driving. Sometimes you've got driving mode. Selector lets you choose between EKO normal and sport, modes sport mode gives you a little bit quicker. Exceleron response EKO slows it down a little bit. And so that when you step on the accelerator, it's not gonna exhilarate quite as fast using a little bit less energy and giving a little bit more range. There's an automatic climate control system and the premium trim level you've got both heated seats as well as cool. Seats. See cushions are ventilated. And there's a fan that runs through the seats to cool your backside. And if you get the premium trim level, you also get a heated steering wheel. Which is very nice on cold. Winter mornings the rear seats are also available without heating like most electric vehicle. The Niro lets you program when you want to charge. So for example, if you leave for work at seven o'clock every morning, you can have it set to charge base during off peak hours, or if it's if you expect it to be cold or really hot in the morning. You can also precondition the car and have it either preheat the cabin or pre cool the cabin with the air conditioning law the car still plugged in. So you're not using energy from the battery because it takes a lot less energy to maintain the temperature than it does to actually raise it or lower. So that's very handy feature to get. So you can get the get the most out of your available driving range. There's two USB chargers in the front here. One up here along with achie- wireless charging pats. If you have a phone that supports wireless charging you can just. Drop it on that pad their and then there's a second one here in the underneath the center armrest, and then the Shifter is a rotary shift. Knob here press the middle put it in part step on the brake and turn it one way put it reverse or drive in the other direction, and like most other modern cars you've got a backup camera built into the tailgate. So when you put it in verse, you can see what's behind you before you back up. New all trick version of the narrow comes with a two hundred and one horsepower electric motor and that's more than enough power to celebrate and easily merge onto freeways, you can get to sixty miles an hour about seven seconds. So this thing is not a glorified golf course. It's not going to drag race any Tesla's, but it's more than acceptable for your usual daily commute. One thing that they the know doesn't have is all wheel drive capability for now. It's front wheel drive only. It comes standard with a full suite of active safety features, including adaptive cruise control blind
"kia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Significant for today's car buyers because it's the last big push for the manufacturers, the most important thing for the manufacturers market share and every little bit counts. And this is the last big push. And champ they have to increase it at the end of the year. We've all heard about the light up. The holiday sales event tells what's happening at the century Kia dealership this week. Well, it's known that everybody can get a good deal at the end of the year in what's unique for us. This year is most of our two thousand eighteen models already gone. Whereas most eaters are trying to get rid of the remaining eighteens. We're pushing the nineteen already so you can buy a nineteen at the same low prices. You can normally get a over eighteen. It's no secret key is a great job on the key stinger. But are there any other Kia models that are getting some faceless or twenty nineteen or some new models rolling out that has your team really excited? Actually, it's going to be a big year for Kia this year the canine hundred which is their premier luxury car was just introduced at the end of the year. We're just getting our first couple into stock now, which is just a spectacular vehicle. Also, the sole gets completely redone this year, that's our bread and butter car. And with the redesign of that model, they've not lost the integrity. What makes the sole popular across all demographics? But instead just improved it with a new look, and we're expecting big things from that model. The other big news for Kia this year, no pun intended. Has our full size sport utility called the telluride. This is going to be a vehicle that can tow six to seven thousand pounds. Okay. And a market that we've never been in before with third seat and top.
"kia" Discussed on Channel 955
"Well i'd be safe save saw slim had no problem getting new to work today man he's got that big old pickup truck that dodge durango oh man look at that guy you were driving over people ratio on your way well i've been planning to get rid of this charger 'cause i love this car but it's real real dry so i've been planning i thought thank you know it's going to get rid of it in march and then i was like i got i got through winter i'll just wait till the fall and get a new car and here it's just you're the reason i'm telling you it's between your taking the ice scrapers out in driving around in a in a sports car in the middle of the worst winter ever and i've owned chargers for years i've never had this problem we should get you in your charger in megan and her mustang in mike was it a is it a hyundai or what is it mike do you drive kia sportage i kia we're going to have a little like ice skating contact here would win that race we're we're going to see which one's which one's going to last the longest out on that road driving around and then slamming his in his ram watch out forcing everybody else off the road as he passed larry gently i missed my jeep because i used to spin off into the middle of the road and you just wait for your car to stop and then just drive away i love by the way when we're here we are talking everybody's like you know calling and texting and tweeting man i'll tell you what this is here you go number one worst drivers is the worst driver holy crap and then it got slim drive great had no problem driving right over he's probably honking his horn and other people and i get out of your camry murphy yeah your whole move out of the way oh man yeah so i was yesterday out and about and i i don't think i got home until really really late because i had a couple of appointments and then things like that and then luke head baseball last night which by the way they talk about rubbed they ended up practicing in a church jim.
"kia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And kia sedans that have a history of air bags that have failed to inflate in crashes here's more from auto beat reporter jeff gilbert's this is a very serious issue as it's been connected to four fatalities and six injuries the government looking to determine what's causing an electrical shortcircuit in the air bags in twenty eleven hyundai sonata and twenty thirteen kia forte's there have been at least six crashes when the airbag should have deployed and didn't the government's also looking at how airbag control computers made by that same supplier zif trw have fared in other vehicles jeff gilbert w w j pretty go nine fifty w w j news time four fortythree opioid overdoses continue unabated with the opioid sentinel increasingly implicated the latest data show susan sherman a professor of public health at johns hopkins says the numbers are startling the numbers started shooting up with federal two thousand thirteen here in maryland we have a thirty eight fold increase in federal deaths in five years sherman and colleagues have just completed a study looking at methods to let drug users test their drugs fenton hill comparing three approaches and finding that simple test strips are the most practical the strips were the most reliable and valid they were able to detect the highest percentage that found no was present in a drug when it actually was present and it was not present when it actually was not present these revalidated by mass spec using these criminal justice settings we tested personal use street samples so it mimicked what would happen in a public health setting syringe exchange of someone came and tested their drugs at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy presents inspiration to help you do insurance stuff hey get your head in the game this ain't no exhibition match this is for real you've.