35 Burst results for "Keating"
Viola Davis, One of the Greatest Actors of Our Time
"Welcome alex i. It's great to have you here to talk about viola. I'm so excited to hear your picks but first a little bit of background viola. When she won her first oscar for best supporting actress for fences and twenty seventeen. She became the first black person to win the so so-called triple crown of acting a competitive advantage emmy and tony award because of this in how omnipresent she's been over the last decade including her turn in the blockbuster period piece the help and as the shady complicated lawyer least keating in the long running series how to get away with murder. It might be easy to forget that. She has more than paid her dues to get where she's at. Now she graduated from juilliard in nineteen ninety-three and bounce between theater and screen throughout the rest of that decade by the early offs. She'd become a reliable supporting actor. Popping up in steven soderbergh movies like solaris and playing rations on the mom rule or the urban professional. She spoken candidly about how being dark skinned. Black woman has impacted her career like in this interview. She did with tina brown in twenty eighteen. I have a career that's probably comparable to meryl streep julianne moore. Let's sigourney weaver. They all came out of jail. They came out of juilliard. They came on nyu. They had the same path as me and yet i am nowhere near them. Not as far as money not as far as job opportunities. Nowhere close to
FBI identifies 2 agents killed in Florida while serving warrant in crimes against children case
"The death of two FBI agents following a shootout at Sunrise, Florida this morning as they were investigating a man thought to be involved with child pornography. Fox's Phil Keating has the details. A federal agent showed up to the subject's apartment before dawn for what was planned to be a surprise serving of a search warrant in an ongoing child pornography case. Instead of nonchalantly answering his door the subject grab his gun. And started shooting the two agents killed taken from the hospital to the Broward County Medical examiner's office with American flags draped over their bodies, and they solemn line of fellow agents and local officers saluting and paying dream respects. Still unnamed suspect also died inside the scene in his apartment after barricading himself for a time it appears he took his own life instead of surrendering. Phil Keating
Should You Rent Live Streaming Gear?
"On this episode. You will learn why you should consider renting livestreaming gear before you make that final purchase decision. So gem let's talk about renting livestreaming gear. Yeah i think a lot of times. We make the assumption that we have to buy this stuff. But if you're in business especially if you're a business owner you're in the business of live streaming. You actually have some options that the the hobbyist may be necessarily doesn't and that is you can lease equipment. You can rent equipment for a short period of time. I mean i have a friend that runs a video production company. He doesn't own any of his cameras. He goes and rents them whenever he gets a job for a client. Because one thing that happens with gear is this stuff gets upgraded all the time and so sometimes trying to keep up with the latest and the greatest goes into one of your favorite phrases. Yes and it's a gas gear acquisition syndrome and basically. It's the fact that you know when we buy a piece of equipment we then wanna keep buying because we see what other people have or what kind of they're using for their live streaming setup. Now to your point jim. I mean when you buy equipment you know. It's it's an asset appreciable asset. So it's like buying a car. For example you buy it and then it's gonna depreciate over time so for example if you bought that thousand dollar camera over time you know it's going to pretty much worthless it's going to be you've got time working against it and you also have the technology as well because technology changes extremely rapidly. You know it changes so quickly that that you know to the point where you buy something in like maybe in a month it's outdated because every about every year there's always something new coming out so this might be. You know a good reason why you should rent livestreaming gear so jim. Let's talk about just the various parts about renting equipment. I mean as you know. Yes people can go out and they can you know if they have. I think keating is like let's start with budget. I mean we rent. Why should somebody rent gear. I mean they definitely show up budget right. That's part of it absolutely. And i think and so. That's where renting right gives you that ability to you know it's like it's like a car taking a test drive you can try before you buy. I mean We're going to share some links a little bit later. Some of these places. You could rent Stuff for as little as three days. So you know be focused that you're going to actually you know you know 'cause how many times do we buy a new piece of equipment and then it sits there for a little bit before we start using it and so this kind of makes you think. Hey i if i if i'm serious about using this piece a year i'm actually going to you know. Take it out use it. Make sure it's it's doing what i think it can do or wanted to do. And so sometimes you're gonna find out that that's not what it is advertised that it would do isn't always what ends up being the case and it doesn't do what you were hoping for a one great example of this you know their cameras so when you're running a livestream you may want to use. Will you want to have a camera and a lot of people to start with the first option the webcam sorry the the built in webcam. And then when they're ready they're like hey i want another will just having. The webcam is not the only piece of equipment you need when you have for example if you're using a built in webcam you need a webcam you need lighting for example to then make that webcam look good and you know those webcams they can only do. So much so might be choppy because it's basically contingent on your computer so for example. If that's not good enough in your okay. I won't improve that. Well then i'm going to go to a webcam and actual external webcam extra webcams limitations. And then you go up another notch. If you're like hey want to. I want to be able to switch different things for example different cameras or i want to have different angles will a webcam can only do so much. Then you need to move into. Dsl are mirrorless camera and those then for example require more equipment to actually run the equipment. So it's it's a slippery slope once you start using different types of equipment. They're always going to be additional costs for example if you buy diesel our camera. Hey it's oh. I can just go buy one off the shelf. But here's the thing. It's not just about buying off the shelf. You then have to buy the right lens. Some of them include lenses which is great. But hey then we'll hey. How do i put this into my computer and that gets us into unietd capture card so as you can see it can quickly spiral out of control and so this is a really really really good reason why people need to consider renting livestreaming gear There's so much out there. And depending on what. Your setup is what your budget is you can easily go and drop immune if you wanted to buy just a basic camera. Six hundred dollars a camera. Two hundred dollars on a capture card to be able to plug the camera into your computer. So we're eight hundred dollars. Roughly right there Let's see what else you need. They need probably an audio interface or microphone. Sorry audio interface or mixer. So that's what one hundred one hundred fifty dollars till like five or six hundred dollars. That's really more bare minimum. So i think we're what that's probably around fifteen hundred sixteen hundred dollars right there and then. Hey i want improve my audio. I can go by mike for one hundred dollars but you know again then. I have to have a by the mike. Well then i have to have the armed. Attach it while the arm is another hundred. So you know you're at what That's that's over two thousand dollars right there. And that doesn't include the software so easily you've reached twenty five hundred three thousand dollars so some of the benefits obviously like to renting this gears. That will if you don't have the cash then. Maybe you rent a piece of equipment that you need. You know that you need and use it temporarily and you use it to film all of your videos at once and then you return the equipment versus. I dropped three thousand dollars. And then i have to actually spend the time learning it in also making sure that it works how i needed to work. You know. there's a whole process at it right job. Oh absolutely and then the other thing you may start to find an and it was funny. I was A guy guys said this the other day it's like if you have one dollar lighting and thousand dollar camera you've basic aren't going to have a one dollar camera because you didn't take into consideration the other stuff that you need to make that camera work right. You know. I mean sometimes like we have people that wanna have green screens. And they don't have the lighting and so they're backdrop actually looks worse than if they just had a plane wall behind them. And so you know reading this stuff can really give you a feel for like. Is this really. What's going to move the needle for me. I mean you know. We've always talked about getting better one percent of the time so this is a big deal when you kind of as you're when you when you've got gas you really gotta sometimes take a step back and really say. Is this really going to help my business. What's the plan behind it. And so you know and and and you may find that your space that you're live streaming from isn't really a set up in a way to properly use that gear right if you've got you know like i'm bringing in a second camera but now when you look at the lighting it's like oh my backdrop looks horrible. My walls not you know so maybe you want to improve the status of your studio before you go one by year but then even renting the gear will let you say oh. This isn't going to work quite like. I thought you know. Cut your. it really is a way to kind of. Cut your losses temporarily until you're ready to take that next step and there are a couple of different approaches. You can take this as i mentioned earlier. If you're you know if you're a type a person you're a planner and you've got everything ready like you know for example what your videos are going to film are and you've got them scripted out. It would make sense if you don't have all the equipment go and go to a rental place and we'll share some of those here and few minutes but go to a place that you can rent equipment from and tell them. Hey you know what this is. What i'm looking to do for the most part. They're going to know their stuff inside now and they're going to be able to also sort of give you a bit of a consultation they're gonna be able to recommend what might pair well
UK gives 1st COVID-19 vaccine doses as US regulators weigh approval
"The United Kingdom has started its cold at nineteen vaccination program as federal regulators in the U. S. get closer to possibly approving the shots this is strange and so wonderful reading Margaret Keating calls it the best early birthday present a week before turning ninety one she's the first brit to get the shot on what public health officials are calling V. day the UK approved the vaccine from Fizer and bio and tech last week U. S. regulators give the vaccine a positive review today and will have a public hearing Thursday with a similar process next week for Madonna's vaccine candidate meantime you results suggest a possible vaccine from Oxford university and AstraZeneca eve sleep at about seventy percent of Bective with experts saying it's likely to be approved despite lower levels of protection than the other vaccines Sager made Donnie Washington
"keating" Discussed on Masters in Business
"I know you're on the investment committee of the howard hughes medical institute and the helmsley charitable trust. And you were on a a couple of of your alma. Maters on the investment committees howard clients thinking about philanthropy these days what what issues seem to be dominated checkpoints about palance one is that we are a very very generous country in culture. And we've seen that. We've seen that across our clients as we've seen charitable giving going up and donor advised funds and outright gifts and trust gifts in planned giving so we are very very Generous country and culture. And that's very firing. The other thing that i think has been just amazing to watch and to a certain extent to be part of the fear is to watch how philanthropic resources have gotten together and just attacked where the needs are right. So you mentioned howard hughes you mentioned helmsley. They both focus on healthcare and they had dived them To opportunities and challenges created and health care related to the virus. You know i think about our company. We have been were headquartered here in new york city. And we've we've died needs that we've seen here in the city. We provided ipad to a hospital system for patients to be able to communicate with family members when they couldn't visit. We've helped homeless shelters get wi fi for students that might be living in shelters that needs to do remote learning. So i think one of the things about this year has just been seeing Philanthropists divan to meet the needs. That were created so unexpected. Like you mentioned that. Some of the nontraditional gifting techniques are quote unquote on sale things. Like charitable lead trusts or grant or retained. annuity trusts. Tell us about some of these mechanisms that allow families to very advantageously make donations to their favorite Philanthropies so it really depends on the type of gift. If you make an outright gift you valued on the day of the gift you know how what that is and you you've made an absolute transfer of it but sometimes gifts are split interest. You might keep an interest and give away the remainder you do that With a charitable lead trust or charitable. Remainder trusts you do that with a grant retain the new ity trust and the interesting thing about split. Interest gifts is that you have to value what you're keeping because that's not a gift you don't make a gift to yourself And the gift really is the remainder what you're not what you haven't kept. And the reason that they're such a compelling opportunity right now is that the value of what you have is discount is very very very low interest rate and so that means that potentially there could be a large gift. it's market succeed. You know low interest rates. That could be a large gift At the end to the beneficiary wasn't the charity or a family member so it's a pretty technical estate planning environment but lots of opportunities for clients one of the areas we did not get into was Environmental social and governance. He s g investing. Tell us a little bit about that. Space what what are your clients thinking there but when it comes to environmental social and governance matters leave you those consideration as basic consideration that you should employ as an investor an active manager. So we look at those considerations when we make.
"keating" Discussed on Masters in Business
"I have an extra special guest and once again it was a tour to force. Catherine keating has quite the storied history In the financial services world she is not only the ceo of the bien y mellon's wealth management group She is a regular on all of the most powerful women in finance less previously. She was ceo previously. She was chief executive officer of common funds and head of investment management and ceo of the us private bank at j. p. morgan. She has really a fascinating Background they are one of the larger asset managers. And so what being why mellon does when it comes to Generational wealth transfer and philanthropic planning. And all these other areas related to the core of of wealth management. They are very much a thought leader in the space and and their actions have a ripple effects throughout the industry. I found this to be just an absolutely fascinating conversation. We definitely went deep into the weeds discussing things. Like certain types of retaining trysts guarantor ross. But generally everything was very accessible. And quite fascinating. If you're remotely interested in the asset management business or financial planning well strap yourself in because this is going to be absolutely fascinating with no further ado. My conversation with catherine keating.
Kyle Rittenhouse to stand trial on charges of shooting 3 men at Kenosha protest
"Illinois teen charged with killing protesters wisconsin. We'll have to face all of the charges at trial after his latest court appearance today. Fox's jeff monosso has this live kenosha county judge. Lauren keating denies motions to drop to of six charges against kyle. Rittenhouse is accused of killing two men and injuring another in late august during rioting and protests in kenosha with a case now moving forward i do find it has demonstrated because at in this case salaries were committed relating to the council the complaint. I buying over a as such as cause. Further insists that this defendant committed those felonies relating houses. Attorneys say video evidence proves their case that the teen acted in self defense arraignment for rittenhouse is set for next month
How to move forward with China
"To fourteen point list of grievances via the australian media. Second wine joined beef. Bali timber lobster call among our exports that the chinese communist party has imposed tariffs on. And then that tweet. This is the tweet of the posting of a digitally altered of an australian soldier about to slit the throat of an afghan child. The chinese embassy issuing a bellicose statement the rage in roar of some ustralian politicians and media was misreading and reaction. It said to deflect public attention from the horrible atrocities by sickness soldiers and to blame china for the worsening of bilateral ties. So what's going on. He and asha camera respond. Jeff rabi is a former australian ambassador to the people's republic of china and he's author of china's grand strategy and australia's feature in the new global order. That's just been published and it's available in all good bookstores jeff. Welcome back to the show so some great to be back now. I your thoughts about beijing's response to australia in recent weeks so we have that list of the foreign complaints the wind terrace and of course that tweet while a say i up disappointing to see the slights that have been made After the two quite constructive comments at the triumph prime minister a last week quite clearly. The prime minister was Diplomatically signaling That there was a strong wish to start a process of getting back to some sort of more normal relationship between the two countries the product make though it sounds dramatic when you run those three things together the way you have done that certainly not the same thing. And i'm not sure that they're all necessarily coordinated. I mean the fourteen points clearly seems to be freelancing by the embassy on matters that well known and in the public record in any case at a very odd way of putting something out if you leak it to a channel nine television crew that seems to be pretty casual behavior by the embassy then the tariff spo there has been a processing trained for months on the wind tariffs and i do understand that that was the normal process and the strain companies were busily making written submissions as part of that process. And then the tweet The present time it sounds like it's been contrived by the chinese foreign ministry as individual action. it was a tweet that was particularly widely on social media by a now nationalist artist and twitter and the foreign ministry spokesperson on his private twitter account. Pinder to name and so it's philippine. Middle level action doesn't really look to millions of any of these really coordinated broad cross section of the australian people just looking at the y. People who've responded this week is there is outrage and surely win china. does things like. This doesn't make it harder for people like you because you've been an eminent company on this issue for several years now. Hugh watt a bobcar. Pass gas on this program. Of course the former prime minister paul keating. Doesn't it make it hot. A all of you to make the case that al leaders should try to rebuild trust with such a regime yet. I can understand the public outrage especially the media is going into overdrive steer and just as you have said running all these things together as a coordinated action from the state It does make it harder to get sensible constructive discussion going a story about how we deal with these things. I like to find myself in such august company as you outlined. And you might add gareth evans. Many others that to the group as well but it certainly history doesn't help and it's difficult context in which to conduct foreign policy. What we're seeing is what is like to live in the situation with china relationships In a very poor state now. Other people in camera that i see welcome this their peopling camera who have the view that bad relations with china are inevitable. This is the new normal. We should get used to it and lupus it while the questioning myself. And the august company you've being linking me with. Is this the best interest of australia. And it also basic question. Your what has australia down to bring on china's in this way why you think china is picking on again. Picking on is quite pejorative. They're not doing this to other states. Our other key point. And i would phrase that differently tom i would say how is it that astray amongst like minded friends and allies other liberal democracies in the world in the region why's at the trial has become an outlaw and i think that really needs to be part of the public discussion. Isn't the reason. The australia is so over exposed to chinese pressure in beijing. Nosy so the chinese leaders going to inflict pain on australia whenever they can't australia. And not the other like minded way boy more. In other countries we ought to forty percent of our exports to china. No other country has that kind of exposure. I prefer countries in the region. China is by far the largest trading power. I mean that exposure would be the same for korea south korea which is liberal democracy in the region. it would be near that level. For nearly all the countries in the east asian region china is the dominant economic patna of all of the countries in the region and that is just a fact at its reflects. The extent to which china has grown as the dominant economic power in east asia. Alexander downer. The former. Foreign minister says that now's the time to reduce our exposure to china. But what everyone is saying. There's nothing new novel in that. And obviously when people start to realize that we are going to have for a long time a difficult and challenging relationship with china's manage. That's a fairly obvious. Point to make interesting from In addition to being former minister former director of the board of while clay. And very active Proponent in boosting. Australia china trade relations phrase time as soon as minister and i work very closely with him in that and i think we achieved a lot. So why wouldn't you wanna diversify every sensible business. Every sensible company diversifies the port made over and over again on this aspect is that it's going to be very hard. Because of the absolute scale and growth and prosperity of china. You are a foreign policy realist. All gripe house ruthless and that includes chana hardball at every turn and the stronger. China gets the more likely to throw its wide around now to the extent. These realist analysis is correct. How on earth do we solve. this problem. absolutely correct agree with all those points. Another point that needs to be made. And you don't make it much tom. And your pride yourself as being a realist and that is the relationship is asymmetrical that is effect. We need china. More than china needs us. This is not a comfortable place for us to be but it's a place we are. It's a place where we're stack and will remain and so We need to work out how to manage that relationship and we haven't done a particularly good job of a judging by the state rewritten today. So although you express yourself in a different way you essentially gray with the foreign policy realists professor join me shauna regular guest on this program and he argues that his china's power increases its definition of its national interests will grow and then beijing will seek a survey influence in areas on which its future security and prosperity dependent in response. The us will go to great lengths to stop china's rises. It essentially. your argument is well up a poet. I'm a great Admire of joint mish as well. I differ with him on a couple of points but his analysis and arguments have been hugely influential in helping me shape my thinking about these But i put on sphere of influence is. I think that's already happened. I think china is the dominant paranagua this at length in my book in eurasia from the east china sea to also china is the dominant parent. That's happened largely because sanctions against russia poor economic performance by russia Pushback from from europe against russia has meant that brushes had to cede to china's ascendancy in eurasia and so very part of the world. And i think we now live in a world of michigan talks about a world of two great powers with boundary orders and in the question then becomes is some equilibrium at stable between the two. And i believe there is.
Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond
"Year old from Illinois, who's charged with killing two people during a protest in was constant. And his case has become a rallying cry for some right wingers in the US posted $2 million bail today and was released from custody. Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding gauge Gross hurts. During a demonstration August 25th that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He busted bond through Jack Illinois, told police he was attacked while he was guarding a business and then he fired in self defense. He faces multiple charges, including intentional homicide, reckless endangerment and being a minor in possession of a firearm. Wisconsin law doesn't permit minors to carry or possess a gun unless they're hunting. He's due back in court on December 3rd for a preliminary hearing. This case has taken on political over towns. Supporters of the Black lives matter Movement of painted written house as a trigger happy white supremacist. Conservatives that portrayed him as the Patriot exercising his right to bear arms during unrest Legal Defense Fund for him is attracted millions of dollars in donations, and his mother got a standing ovation from women at a Lakisha County Republican function in September. Cuba's father, John Huber. Ask Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Loran Keating during a hearing on November 2nd two set Britain houses bail between four and five and $10 million. Uber said Rittenhouse thinks he's above the law and noted the effort to raise money on his behalf. He also suggested militia groups would hide him from police if he were to be released.
The Startup Story of Netflix | Shaun Cauthen
"And then that's why i'm voting for now that's a that's going to be like. What the heck did we say. We just missed that cold cut. Sean so i i mentioned were talking mainly for forbes. We're gonna take this audio. Put it out as a cast as well and I want everyone who's listening and stuff to to know that this is kind of interesting. I mean i was just decided. I'm going to watch a documentary. While i'm on my treadmill and so choose brand new recommended for me net flicks versus the world on amazon prime which reading from imdb the story of how a tiny broke silicon valley startup slew giants of the movie rental world warded off amazon and forced movie making and distribution into the digital age. And i was blown away by it. And i mean like who made this thing and then i said who shone coffin and i want to make sure i don't forget so i i learn a little bit about you from your website. Texas movie director dot com. I then started stalking you on twitter. Where you're handle is dude versus movie. And that's a dude. Vs movie and i reached out and said hey man. I'm a fan from a couple of angles a the netflix's story but also what it's like to be an indie moviemaker these days. Do you wanna talk and you were nice enough to say yes. So welcome to the cast. Thanks for chatting for forbes. Thanks for having me. I mean when you reached out. Like i've i've actually used twitter to reach out to people that watch the movie. So it's it's interesting to talk to people from like south. Africa are vancouver or across the pond in england. Because you know as a you know Independent moviemaker here in austin texas outside of hollywood itself. It's it's cool to have your work seen around the world expr- especially when it was a. It was a tough hill to climb so to speak to get the film ned. Well we'll get more into that in a second but so how. How did you get into the movie making business. What's your back when you look like a pretty young guy so to have something like you know out there like this seems pretty. Cool my Camera must be doing good things for me. 'cause i'm i'm thirty seven i have Four children and they definitely make me look tired. all the No so i I went to i. I went to college here in austin at university of texas to become the next you know mcconnell. Hey no no. I'm a texan. So i wanted to university of texas to get a film degree in the graduated I worked on a few independent films. Here in austin and then started working for tv on a show called room raiders. The basically someone would go through three different rooms in based on that they would decide who they went on a date with So yes oh. That show ended up getting canceled. But i moved out to la. And i did a celebrity interviews and red carpets for a platform call cannot lose which is a european station and i worked for the spanish version of that and so i was out there in hollywood for bed and and most most people in la will attest to this. Like you're not going to own a house in l. a. Unless like you're like a millionaire. You're hitting a big. We decided although i loved l. a. in i loved what i did out in la. I wanted to move back to texas. I could actually own a house tonight. And i ended up back out here but i always had the desire to kind of a make movies and like i said before having poor children young girls madeta girls In my wife having a successful career herself documentary as is what you can do. Is you could go fly somewhere for a week. Flight home to be with the family and everything so That's that's what i did in the first movie i worked on. There is a couple of guys making a trying to raise money to make a documentary about nickelodeon. And i grew up in that nickelodeon like i loading kid like. I didn't have the disney channel nickelodeon so it was definitely something that i was like. Well i'm used to interview in celebrities in such such like that. So i can jump onto this project and help them because Interviewing people for movies. Like tom cruise and will smith and everything. I knew the nickelodeon people weren't going to be above that level. So i was are used to working with a high profile tile talent so i came on there I helped shoot. I helped edit. And i helped produce and then at the end of that. I was looking on the next project i wanted to do in the book and i don't. I don't read a lot. Because i'm always jumping from show to show or working on different cell for spending time with my family but i read this book. That's called netflix. That epic battle for america's eyeballs which gina keating wrote. And it was. it was about netflixing their origin. That would be a great documentary. So i reach out turn. I was like hey. I'm starting my next documentary. I would love to interview you. She said why Actually started my documentary Maybe we should team up. And so that's how the the movie started.
President Trump's sister criticizes him in secret audio
"Reporting reporting They've They've obtained obtained hours hours of of audio audio from from President President Trump's Trump's sister, sister, Marianne, Marianne, describing him as a liar who can't be trusted. ABC is Rachel Scott, with the latest Donald's out. Donald theory is reported 15 hours of conversation have not been verified by ABC News. The Post reports. It was secretly recorded by the president's niece, Mary Trump. Her recent book accuses the president. A practicing Keating as a way of life. You write that when the president was trying to Transfer from Fordham. Depend he had someone else in my name Joe Shapiro. Take his s a T s. This is 1960 for how do you know that? Um, I've been told this by people in my family President Trump's response every day. It's something the Trump
"keating" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Some later testified in a civil trial that they were told that the bonds were federally insured. All Lie. As, thrifts failed across the country branch managers continued to tell customers that their investments were absolutely safe. Right up until Lincoln. Seizure. On April, thirteen nine hundred eighty nine two years after the meeting between regulators and the Keating five. American continental declared bankruptcy. One day later, Lincoln was seized by the F.. H. L. BB with the federal government on the hook for three point, four billion dollars to cover Lincoln's losses. On, top of that, nearly twenty three, thousand customers were left with worthless uninsured bonds in the bankrupt American continental. Many of them lost their life savings. Since Lincoln started transitioning customers to American continental bonds after regulators had failed to act on their already shady behavior, a solid argument could be made that the intervention of the Keating five was responsible for. Any, of that loss, the delay had also allowed Lincoln, to run up an additional two, billion dollars in losses at taxpayer expense, not one to accept defeat blame or responsibility with good. Grace. Keating. Called a press conference where he decried the government vendetta against him. He railed at bureaucrats who in seizing Lincoln's. Work, costing hundreds of billions of dollars that could otherwise be directed towards the poor of the world. But. He wasn't finished. On the subject of the Keating Five, he made this arrogant pronouncement. One recent question among many raised in recent weeks had to do with whether my financial support in any way, influenced several political figures to take up my cause. I want to say in the most forceful way. I can. I certainly hope so. In the aftermath of Lincoln's failure lawsuits and countersuits flu Keating's sued alleging illegal seizure in return, the government filed a one point one, billion dollar civil lawsuit against Keating and several family members for fraud and racketeering. Many of the twenty three thousand defrauded investors of American. Continental junk bonds also filed a suit against Keating. Just one month after Lincoln's seizure. Former bank board chair gray went public about the five senators interference on behalf of Keating. In Dayton Daily News article, he declared that the senators had sought to directly subvert the regulatory process. Throughout the summer other local papers picked up the story, The Los Angeles Times, reported on Cranston's role. While the Zona Republic investigated McCain's personal relationship with Keating by October nineteen, eighty, nine, the Wall Street Journal had coined the term, the Keating five by November, The New York Times was detailing the senators involvement. In the spring of Nineteen, ninety decks of playing cards were being sold featuring Keating holding up his hand with images of the five senators as puppets on his fingers. The Keating five officially notorious. In Nineteen Ninety the Senate Ethics Committee convened to investigate their role in the Lincoln Bank scandal. At this point, it was common knowledge that Keating had contributed more than one point, three million dollars to the five senators before calling upon them to intervene against federal regulators to a person..
"keating" Discussed on Political Scandals
"To ensure his continued success without regulatory interference Keating's spread significant sums of money around Washington. That largesse included more than one point, three million dollars to five senators from four states. When regulators came calling. So to Keating to call in his chits. On April Second, Nineteen eighty-seven Bank board chairman Edward. Grey met Senators Dennis, Deconcini John McCain, Alan Cranston, and John. Glenn in. Deacon Concedes Office. Gray as instructed attended alone. So did the senators. It was highly unusual for no senatorial aides to accompany their bosses either to take notes or to provide information during the meeting. Deconcini. Began the meeting with a reference to our friend at Lincoln. Gray, assured the senators that his concern was the big picture of the SNL industry and that he had no specific information about. Lincoln. Only the regulators at the San Francisco. Branch would gray was being shrewd recapitalizing the federal, bank board required congressional approval and he desperately needed the support of senators like regal in Cranston both on the Senate. Banking. Committee. So he promised to set another meeting for one week later with regulators flying in from San Francisco. That's not to say gray wasn't cautious upon returning to his office. He debriefed his staff on his meeting with the senators. That debrief would eventually become evidence that the meeting was inappropriate at an attempt at intimidation. Yet, Gray took no official action. He arranged the second meeting with San. Francisco regulators and failed to put himself on the list of attendees. He'd have no further contact with the senators regarding, Lincoln. Before the second meeting. Keating sent his chief counsel and right hand man. James Grogan to Washington. Grogan met with all five senators to emphasize how important is meeting was. He reiterated Keating's position. Lincoln was being unfairly targeted. The bank boards treatment was unduly harsh and Keating was being harassed by gray. Then the senators marched to the meeting. In attendance were Michael, Patriarca, director of agency functions at the federal savings and loan. Insurance. Corporation or fslic James. Sarahna President of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco. And William Black, then deputy director of the FSLIC. Black took copious, nearly verbatim notes of the meeting in an interview with the Arizona Republic. Black. Would later described the meeting as a demonstration of political force by Keating, wary of how his fellow senator from Arizona had started the previous meeting McCain open carefully according to blacks, notes, explaining their role as elected officials was to help constituents in a proper fashion. I don't want any part of our conversation to be improper Glenn was less tactful. Saying you should charge Lincoln or get off their backs de Consignee. Each chimed in to ask rhetorically what's wrong with this if they're willing to clean up their act. The regulators from San Francisco made their discomfort known. They told the senators how unusual it was to discuss a particular company. Deacon seaney countered it's very unusual for us to have a company that could be put out of business by its regulators. Deconcini, didn't know how right he was. The regulators had information that the senators did not and whether they went into the meeting intending to share it or not. Serena dropped the bombshell. Lincoln wasn't simply extended. It was in real trouble a ticking time bomb according to blacks notes..
"keating" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Rose nine hundred percent in a five year period. He rewarded himself with nineteen point four, million dollars in salary stock purchases, and other compensation over five years while the company picked up the TAB for his five million dollar. Florida's state. Added Height Lincoln's parent company American continental was one of Arizona's largest employers. Lincoln wasn't the only SNL spending fast in writing high across the country. Many thrift banks were exploiting the same loose regulation to record profits. By nineteen eighty, five overall SNL assets had grown by over fifty percent. It was a dizzying height from which to fall but fall they did. Speculation had SNL's to extend themselves in risky investments in real estate and junk bonds as bankruptcies began to pile up regulators attempted to intercede Edward Grade Chairman of the Federal Home Loan, bank board, or F.. H.. L. BB proposed a number of reforms and regulations. One of these was a retroactive prohibition against savings. Association's holding more than ten percent of their assets in direct investments, essentially taking ownership positions on real estate and other investments with the stroke of Grey's Penn Lincoln was out of compliance. With billions of dollars tied up in long term projects, Keating faced enormous losses. If forced to liquidate those projects, he was concerned enough to attempt to hire gray out of his bank board position in December of Nineteen eighty-five. Gray. Refused the offer and reported to the Justice Department. In, nineteen eighty six, barely a year after Keating's purchase of Lincoln. The F. H. L. BB began an audit of Lincoln. Bank board was concerned about its fast growth and risky investments and wanted a closer look at Keating's books. Heating feared the increased scrutiny of government regulators for good reason. He wasn't just investing in risky projects, but engaged in a variety of fraudulent activities among them was a scheme to declare false prophets. By selling property, he owned two small investors who would borrow the entire inflated purchase price from Keating Keating met with bored regulators in July a meeting that according to Kathleen, day author of snl Hell deteriorated into a shouting match with each side accusing the other of bad faith. A story in the Washington Post included charges by Keating's lawyer of a vendetta against his client by bank board. Chairman Gray. An aggrieved businessmen finding himself unjustly targeted by government bureaucracy might contact his senator for help. The, luckiest constituent among US might have two senators he could call upon. Heating had five and he wasn't done spending in March of nineteen, Eighty, seven, he contributed one hundred thousand dollars to a voter registration organization overseen by Senator Cranston three weeks. Later, Keating raised more than thirty thousand dollars for Michigan Senator Regal at a fundraiser held at his Detroit. That same month regal met with Board Chairman Gray on an unrelated matter when the meeting ended regal pulled aside for a private conversation in which he professed the collective displeasure of.
"keating" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Trading at eight dollars a share, he made an initial anonymous offer of twice that sum. Still, Lincoln owner Don Crocker refused professing no interest in selling. So Keating said about wooing Crocker. He convinced him to meet personally in Phoenix at the American continental office. Then with pleasantries, barely out of the way, Keating offered between forty and fifty million dollars for Lincoln, that would be twenty dollars a share twenty, five percent more than his offer of just days ago. But. Keating had no doubt. He'd be able to finance the deal. He just raised several tens of millions in cash via junk bond King Michael. Milkin a real life Gordon. Gecko, he was certain. He could raise another fifty million dollars in the same manner. Of, Course Keating didn't know that the security and exchange. Commission had been watching Milkin since one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine, aware of unethical, and perhaps illegal trading activities nor did Crocker. But Crocker was concerned about the SEC specifically. Would Keating's SEC problem of just a few years ago, prevent regulatory approval of the acquisition. If Keating felt stung by the mention of his past financial malfeasance. He didn't show it. He waved off his settlement as a way to avoid legal fees in a drawn out proceeding nothing more. Confident in his ability to close the deal heating showed Crocker around his offices, introducing him to several of his staff. When Crocker asked how personnel would work getting talked about the family and how anyone at Lincoln who wanted to stay on would become a part of that family. He promised little would change that he'd continue to run it as a traditional S&L focused on home lending. It was too good. An offer to refuse rocker agreed to a deal worth fifty, one, million dollars. By February Nineteen eighty-four, the Lincoln Board approved the sale, and so did California regulators without bringing up Keating's old sec violation? You can probably guess what happened. Next Keating fired all of Lincoln's top executives. He named his son, a twenty eight year old college dropout president at a salary of one, million dollars and home lending stopped nearly entirely in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, and into nineteen eighty-six Lincoln would make only eleven home loans four, two employees. Instead Lincoln purchase nearly three billion dollars in high risk junk bonds, most.
"keating" Discussed on Political Scandals
"Between Nineteen, seventy, five, and seventy, six several unhappy stockholders filed lawsuits against American financial alleging financial malfeasance specifically that loans were being made to. On preferential terms without proper collateral, the security and Exchange Commission launched an investigation and Keating was charged with using provident to make fourteen million dollars in insider loans. With the case ongoing. Keating. Resigned from American, Financial Company in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, and relocated to Phoenix. Arizona. where he'd meet the first of the men who'd come to be known as the Keating Five. Nineteen seventy-six was Dennis Deconcini his first of three terms in the united. States, Senate. The key to his success was the financial support of Phoenix area businessmen and wealthy donors. Charles Keating did not appear poised to be one of those businessmen at the time of his move. When he left American financial, the best part of his settlement was that he took ownership of Phoenix based American, continental homes, but the real estate development subsidiary was no prize. It was losing millions. Fortunately. For Keating what began as a desert exile instead landed him at Ground Zero of the Sun Belt Boom. In the previous decade, Phoenix's population had grown by third, and then a third. Again in the nineteen seventies to become the country's ninth largest city, it would grow another twenty five percent in the eighties until by nineteen ninety, nearly one million people would make Phoenix home. And Charles Keating would be the man to build many of those homes. He turned American continental from a money losing venture into a leading developer of single family housing. With that success came political influence. Keating started by donating to Senator Dennis Deconcini as nineteen, seventy, six campaign. Then, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine, Keating, took on the role of southwest fundraising chief to John Connolly's bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Commonly raised more money than any other candidate crisscrossing the country in a chartered learjet. Keating was soon elevated to chief campaign administrative officer of a failing campaign. Connolly's biggest claim to fame was spending more money than any other candidate eleven, million dollars. That eleven, million dollars, exactly. One delegate before commonly called it quits. But Keating was hooked on the power and the influence, he could wield in politics. He just had to get the SEC off his back about the American financial scandal. Then, he could really dive in. That finally happened in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine Keating settled with the sec both he and Lindner reimbursed one point, four, million dollars to American financial. Keating admitted no wrongdoing and accepted a permanent injunction against future violations..
"keating" Discussed on Political Scandals
"In the year leading up to the twenty twenty election, we're counting down the biggest scandals in American political history. This is number fourteen, the Keating five. John McCain didn't want to be here. Here, being April nineteen eighty-seven in the office of fellow Arizona Senator Dennis Deconcini. Also. In attendance were senators, Alan Cranston of California John Glenn of Ohio and Donald Riegle of Michigan. They, all convene to convince federal regulators that they should back off an investigation of one special constituent. What American citizen can call himself constituent to? No less than five senators from four different states. That would be millionaire businessman. Charles Keating head of the American Continental Corporation. One of the South West's biggest employers Keating had spent good money in support of these five senators more than one point three, million dollars in political contributions over the past few years and like any man who wants what he paid for when he asked them to into seed in a federal investigation, he expected them to act. McCain tried to soft Salvi. Obvious purpose of the meeting intimidation. His fellow senators were less tactful. They told regulators flat out to get off their backs. That's when they were informed that this wasn't some minor regulatory issue. The board was referring criminal charges to the Department of Justice. The senior most regulator in the room emphasized, I can't tell you strongly enough how serious this is. The senators were stunned and the meeting ended abruptly. Senator. McCain resolve not to speak to Charles Keating again, not if he could help it. But the damage was done. He and the others would forever be tarred with the label, the Keating Five. And their reputations and careers were at stake..
NASA astronauts splash down in SpaceX Dragon capsule, capping historic mission
"Capsule with US astronauts on board returning to earth using an ocean splash down all going well, especially with the scalding reentry. That was the 12 minute reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, And that's where the heat shield comes into effect. It's 3500 degrees fair. The hype is like a giant fireball coming in, and everything went absolutely perfectly All those Apollo missions by the way, 45 plus years ago back in the late sixties and seventies. Follow those capsules with those astronauts splashed down in the Pacific is the 1st 1 has splashed down right off the coast of Florida boxes. Phil Keating. NASA astronauts Bob Banking and Doug Hurley back home after two months stint On board the international space Station,
‘The Outpost’: A War Film Remembers the Fallen
"There's a lot of talk about this film That's based on a book that was written by Jake Tapper called the Outpost and the Holy Moly. I mean, for those of us looking for a molecular altering war drama in this age of sheltering in place. Isn't this movie The outpost? It's an Afghanistan war drama film directed by the always reliable and former film critic Rod Laurie. And, as you said, Based on the 2012 nonfiction book, The Outpost and Untold Story of American Valor by Jake Tapper. And It's about the Battle of Cam Desh, which I knew nothing about which happened in 2009 in northern Afghanistan when 300 Taliban attacked the American outpost, Keating Which was built in a remote valley that was completely surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountains. And this was one of several outposts that the I learned this from watching. The movie is one of several outposts of the US Army established in 2006 in northern Afghanistan, whose purpose was to connect with the locals and stop the flow of weapons and Taliban fighters from Pakistan. So, but this outpost was literally at low ground. It was surrounded by mountains, so in a way the American soldiers who were stationed there We're sitting ducks for the Taliban. In fact, as the movie says, in the beginning of one analyst maintains that this particular outpost must might just as well have been called Camp Custer because everyone at the outpost was probably going to die. So at least you the viewer right from the get go because they Tell you a lot of this. In the beginning, you know the kind of war story you're going to be in for and what's going to follow, and this movie was anti war and anti war movies. They come very powerful, very visceral, very intense. And in one sense, it's nothing we haven't seen before. When I was watching it. I thought of movies like Paths of Glory in all quiet on the western Front of Gallipoli. But that doesn't take away from the fact that from the You know this story and the power and the intensity of what is an extremely well crafted and well acted movie. In a way it's torturing us having to sit through. This is kind of like Black Hawk down. It kind of reminded me of that, too, because you know, it ain't going to turn out well for these soldiers. There's a slow burning build up and the seeds are slowly sewn to a build up of what amounts to a 45 on screen. Massacre, but it's awfully good. I mean this movie if you have the stomach for it, and it brings, you know brings with it. A message seems to have to repeat it constantly and books and in movies and in history books you know before humanity decides it wants nothing more to do with wars and alternative. The conflict. It's It's a powerful anti war statement that says war is Hell. War's pointless wars. Ridiculous and you know, but we seem to Be constantly involved in them. And anyway, the movie was scheduled to premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival this year, but it was canceled because of the cove it on 19 pandemic, But it's going to be released via video undermanned beginning today. So happy for the July everybody, holy cows. We put you through the wringer. You know, it's funny to remember you were you were talking earlier We were talking What? We have been talking about this about missing the big screen experience. Yes, yes and When this When this length came to review, there was a letter attached to it. I'm sure everybody got this all the critics, but I just wanted to read because the cracks because, Hey, hey, this is Rob Laurie, the director of the outpost. I am excited. You're going to be one of the first people to see our film, on the other hand is, I am sure doesn't surprise you. It's a bit of a bummer that I am unable to show this to you. The way was originally intended on the big ass screen with the full visual scope and sound every inch of this film was designed to make it a fully immersive experience. Dance boy Waas mean I even on the small screen. It was particularly the battle, which takes up the second half of the film. So from the person who made this film to a fellow film lover, I would ask you to please try and replicate the theater experience as much as possible. And by that, I mean that you watched the movie and a single uninterrupted way and on the largest possible screen with the best multi channel sound system you have available. Please take care to watch it in a darkened room with appropriate minimal theater lighting is there are a few nights Seems that may get lost otherwise, and on a technical note, I would kindly ask that you make sure the streaming player is set to stream at 11080 p or better this will ensure the best possible picture within the limitations of the player. In other words, please if you can know, watching it on your iPhone or your laptop that Zai anyway, I just thought that was it was a hoot. That's really funny, but I get it. I mean, I understand why he wants you to watch it in the best quality that you possibly can. Absolutely and Well, I did watch it on a computer. It was a big computer screen. But I'm telling you, I can't imagine seeing this on the big screen. I mean, you'd never be the same under really You'd have to be literally carried out. It's that powerful a movie. I really recommend it. But just with the caveat that you know it's a tough watch. But it it really takes you into this hopeless battle. Um, And there's a little bit of one little, maybe one or two rays of light at the end, But oh, and I also want to say, I want to mention this to everybody Thinking of watching the movie stated it is the end credits come 10 minutes before the actual movie. Watch it to the end to the end, because there's a lot of Great stuff in the end credits that I don't even want to go into. But it might be easy to just turn it off. At one point. Where are we watching? It is called almost and it's on. It's on. It's on video D as of today, Okay? Okay. Happy Fourth of July outpost. Okay, outpost,
"keating" Discussed on Trek Capsule
Oklahoma City bombing remembered by virtual commemoration, 25 years later
"And concerns about covert nineteen forcing a change in how the twenty fifth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing that killed one hundred sixty eight people is being commemorated in a streamed and broadcast production the people who were there that day are remembering the governor's office has bullet proof windows and yet you could hear this couple more Frank Keating was Oklahoma governor in nineteen ninety five while the bombing cast a pall over the community something else happened to we saw the impact
"keating" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
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"keating" Discussed on The Big 98
"Ninety seven point Keating cooling electrical studios the following program that was after working the Friday show or studio morning morning well well everything it says this is a forgot her name is for now I just went with the flow from her house so she's like a quarter of a second delayed in case you're wondering why she comes in a late on that that everybody's here inotes yesterday my birthday and it's a weird feeling because you go from that much to everybody carrying one thousand percent and then again the next day nobody cares again it's kind of a shock if you just have to walk up to it slowly them slowly walked down from instead of like tossed up on top of the hill in the knocked off of a real quick he just feel lonely again the next day you knew what it ever been shown you so much love the day before you know it should be like a birthday week where it stayed peeks around Wednesday thank you don't get that much love on Monday to get a little more on Tuesday Wednesday you're feeling pretty good Thursday goes down a lot it's like when corona virus finally and if they're not just gonna go you know what you're free to run while kids it's going to be a slow integration backend this will come today to have one text yeah yes I woke up at like seventy one texts and then I'm like that happens every year with a loose seventy friends what glad you're here let's see what do we do what's that I got a bunch of talk about today let's do what's the haps check in with our lives here let's go Hey the what's that also first my birthday dinner last night did not go quite as planned my girlfriend is gonna make me a chicken fried steak mashed potatoes fried okra corn cheese cake like my favorite dinner what happened why she couldn't find the steak and then she couldn't find C. flower and then the potatoes the kind that she found were boxed potatoes that were have gluten in them yeah well I don't know the box might bit like normal of potato does not like losing free today whatever it was it did not go like she had hoped so we just ended up order from cracker barrel is fine okay so is good I think she was all disappointed because she wanted to prepare it as part of a birthday present but that that being what dinner was last night so it went fine well then I think she was all disappointed by because you could cook but it is a good birthday all in all considering we're all quarantine our houses but I told her I was like everybody suffering a little bit look at a moderate birthday guy anyway but that's not what's up that's me Hey what's that okay Sir Bobby you wanted me to ask the kids what language they dream man and report back to you so I asked Stevenson and he says English but I don't really know that he knows he was a little hesitant with his answer because then you can tell me if he even recalled ever dreaming at all this year she has dreams all the time because she tells me about them but when I asked her what language they're happening and she just looked at me and said how in the world am I supposed to know so she doesn't know how she's receiving but she knows she'll wake up and remember dreams well I think now though they may pay attention to it yeah so that'll be interesting Amy's kids by the way are from Haiti if you're new to the show and they spoke creole until they came to the states and so now they've learned English okay to pretty good at this point right yeah that was wrong my wife has gone off the deep end she's watching all this corona coverage and now she thinks all my goodness I'm going to get corona so she is taking her temperature five times a day just the monitor it goes in your ear you stick it in there and give you the temperature and so far so good but five times a day she's taking her temperature did you say in a year yeah there's a you can do one on the forehead or you take off the cover and you stick in your ear and you zap it I never I never heard about that year all we got it because it's easier to do with the kids like kids you can't you can't stick someone their tongue is never gonna work so it takes literally half a second to stick in their ear and boom it's really easy well you know I stay I get my tip temperature rectally everyday just about enough for like the last year as a direct coronas this will treat for me in the morning and I mean oh boy okay all right there I'm surprised that here that she's really worried about it that much I I understand worrying about it but check your temperature that often that's that's almost in my level of being weird about the status of a germ cell Hey what does that have any guys I'm really excited because gambling is kind of back tonight on ESPN a real basketball players and reclaim video games which is me about his favorite game right now NBA two K. twenty so they're playing it and ESPN's going to broadcast a live and you can bet on every game tonight I'm so excited really yeah any well what laid well well I love the ESPN is thinking outside the box and creating content for sports fans to watch but then to have people battling like money is such a thing right now for people it just seems a little well point money that thing for people a lot of times and you should better if you don't have it anyway and these betting sites are the ones doing it and it's not like you watch E. S. P. N. S. logon well yeah I know I shot a T. S. V. N. mu Evers during the vetting I mean I guess yeah people are going to gamble if they want to gamble remodel or you want to gamble now all probably not I don't I'm not into watching other people play the game all watches them but I I don't know how good these players are you're just basing it off of nothing that's why I'm out I'm out I was watching the E. sports Arkansas championship and that racquetball game I play that's a E. sports game in Arkansas watch band beer and I take on Rogers high in soccer cars and you know it's called rocket league rocket league rocket league and when can I watch it on YouTube this stage in which of the last night the love that is great for like that's how much we're just begging for sports to be on you know what else I want to the night this call the Superbowl and it's horrible it was the Superbowl of corn hole don't watch the challenge people that better than any of this the super hall ha that's what they called it my cousin was called out for help okay all right let's go over and do Marion Morris the bones thank you guys for waking up with us here on the Bobby bones show the the little yes how does you can't even so we hi Friday and remove those got the news what you got in there officials are saying the peak of the corona virus outbreak is still a couple weeks away even more news Dr Fauci says the entire U. 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"keating" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"House House wise. I mean the on the flip aside. The good thing was that I was moving into a fully furnished house. Otherwise I didn't need to like go crazy on like other. You'd have to like. They had kitchen stuff brand whereas so So that was good. I I don't know I think I just went into some few states and bought too. Many shoes doesn't really. Oh we all have to do with my is intentional shopping for twenty twenty two tied to a financial goal on your end. You just feel like you WANNA. I think that I've been. I have been like always very resistant to the idea of like really budgeting like drawing. I'm really anxious to budget. It makes me really anxious and I know that it. That's not what it's supposed to do. You get anxious when dia culture is all around us like I get anxious with like the counting CA. I don't know but like when I were but I wonder if budgeting is sort of reigniting I always think that it's reigniting something in me. That's like being too obsessed with the exact calorie count amount of my chicken and the exact penny amount that I spend and it becomes this all consuming thing that I can that it's like the only thing I can think of and I wonder if I am averse to both therapy sometimes. I've never thought about that but I I was totally. An obsessive teenage Calorie counter. Budgets are good. I don't think Calorie Calorie counting is good but I think budgets are good but I think it's this it it leads me down. The same path of it is the only thing I can think about. I need to know all the numbers I if I if I spend something on my credit card and I don't immediately write it down then like all of a sudden now I'm going to go buy more my credit card and they're like oh you ate a piece of cake you might as well eat the whole kate kind of thing you think about that with money. Also the budgeting kind of scares me so I really liked the idea that you have the skull. Now that you're like so are you just like I'm just trying not to spend a lot of money or do you have a specific ethic no. I don't have a specific set goal. I might down the line. I think what I'm doing right now is so the what I'm planning to do with my newsletter is is is document every single like material. Object that I buy for my so not to hold yourself accountable. Yeah so not uh-huh so not like food or or anything like I have the physical thing and it comes into my house. Then I'll document it which I think generally falls falls into categories of like clothes shoes accessories. Skin care makeup and stuff and Yeah and just general miscellaneous stuff and also books pilot. Books looks are fine I yeah I know it's I mean you go to the library but you can buy book. I'm also books. Come to your office. Some I know that that is true. I know so that that books do come to my office. I can go to the library like to a certain extent I think buying books is great like like like supporting the industry but I also have so many books I haven't read yet. There's an right that's like me looking at a book to read pile. I have a very large just to be read pile and I need to chill. Probably so the reason why she has so many books as when he worked on a digital publication like buzzfeed. And you're the culture editor Every single book that that comes out they sent you yes which is magical it is also also overwhelming. Yes because it's mostly like you know like there's a lot of people the WanNa right there another game more and but all the power to them right but you. How many can you read? Yeah how many can read I can. How many have you read so many many many in the mail room at Buzzfeed was always full of like Santa Claus bags? Gigantic stock and the best part was that if they weren't aren't using them for stories or coverage there would it would go on like a free table make it. I'll go book shopping. Yeah and that's a good thing about books too like even I can always like there's always someone or you can go to like housing works or something I wrote an answer. A question though about you dead dead. You're right out. He meant it. I am going to document. I'm keeping track. I have no specific number in mind but I think what I'm hoping is that like the numbers gradually goes down. Yeah just down. What kind of questions are you? Are you asking yourself before you like spend spend money now I think like is it like I think especially for like clothes clothes and shoes and stuff. It's is this really like feeling gap in. Why am I buying this? Yeah why why am I going so both like is this. I'm trying to be like. Is this really really different from something. I already own and then I also oh I feel like I give a lot of points for like true uniqueness like real. I'm trying to get more into like really unique pieces pieces. Take your fast fashion Well my question is always like did you already buy version of this two years ago. I never wear it like which is always the case. It's like no now. I'm going to be into high tops but I don't like high tops but then I always buy a pair of being like it's time I don't. I don't know if you saw this but I think also size wise for me because it's like some somebody close. I don't know if they're going to feel like I end up being like heavy on bags shoes yeah totes like co yeah like I love you and I'm like how many frigging coats do I need but many many waters I love you know like in true lesbian fashion. I love light jacket weather. You know this. I happen to have a lot of friends who are lesbians and I always feel like true lesbian. I love Gawk. And they all know what they're talking about. And I never know we do the straight oppression. We love to appropriate regular aspects of culture. It really well. Because you're like like lesbian. I Love I don't know what that means. Well okay those another part of this too is that I think everyone is gradually you trust more and more like a lesbian. Oh I've which is absolutely which is also I think just means generally like more ninety. Yeah more nineties more masculine like I often went. When I worked at business insider I would often show up? Twenty fifteen was like a big year for me doing a collared shirt button to the top with a statement. Now my God I in two thousand fifteen gene and then a loafer and I always looked exactly like the male sports editor like we always dressed the same everyday. It was like both taking you pick in our chambray. Embrace Shirt Oh my God I started buzzfeed in two thousand fifteen and my high my little my little photo which now from the collar with a little statement us I you know Madison. Who was also on the show and is all famously famously? With her the Revlon one-step also lesbian would always. I was her boss and she would be like she always dressed the same and she's lesbian. I'm like you don't own Shambo shirts. Sorry I know you do. I'm just trying to appropriate. I know you're no. I'm like because because there's only so few shirts that will fit my arms and removes genes that will actually just go over my but Shoes and bags. I'm a heavy on C.. I had never really been into bags. No I'm like Kinda I'd be. Go find okay. This was this was also the I think what the biggest change for me was over. The past year was like I was like getting into categories of stuff off that I had previously like I was like I didn't really wear makeup or getting make up getting or or like even like skin care in general unroll like I was like I was like a lot of people I think. Really got it just getting care this year and now I'm like now make up and I'm like Oh bags like Just thing and even like like accessories. I feel like it's a lot of them are trendy now like scrunchy headbands makes me think that intentional shopping. It can also be about really discovering what you like and then just buying those things rather than being like well. Everyone's wearing this thing and I would like to have this thing also now even though it doesn't work on me or I don't really like it. I think as you get older you obviously get away from like in seventh grade. It's so funny it's like everyone's like we all have to have the same pair of jeans. Yeah when I'm like so embarrassed looking like the male sports editor and I'm like I can't believe we have the same chambray shirt but it is true it. It's in seventh and eighth grade and high school you. You just WANNA look like everybody else. Even if you don't even like the thing even if it doesn't really work for you or your comfortable in it I feel like being intentional can just be like I like this stuff stuff and this is where I'm going to invest in and I don't really care if it's in or not that being said if low rise jeans back now never again never again. I will protest in the streets. I really well. I'll have made was like. Oh we've discontinued are high rise. Five button fly low rise now I will never send money with them again. Made Welfare listening. Never get my money a horrifying thought I was GONNA say I didn't have a product today because like I've talked about before if I don't have a product they don't have a product. I don't WanNA WANNA come in and be like here's the thing that's life changing. It's not just to fill space. But I was thinking about the savings APP that I use which is digit which I really really. You are big ditch must because it allows me the It's very passive. Have you ever used it before. I have used it before but I think I use it like earlier in its innovation still like kind of tweaking down but your credit card information who knows I thought about it more recently. So I'll give you the kind of basic rundown which is that it is. It's an APP that works for me. Bear in mind what I said about how I view counting calories stories in budgeting. It's the thing that stresses me out. So the more passive in the matter. I already have a savings account and an IRA you know the adult stuff. You've got to have Or that I say God But this is sort of like an extra thing that allows me to a lot for stuff that is is not needs. It's like it's total wants. It's an APP. You connect to your bank account..
"keating" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Hey everyone another episode of things just bought it. I'm your host Caroline Moss and before we get into today's episode. I want to remind you that on your phone on the Instagram instagram instagram APP. You can go and follow this podcast. It's g thanks just bought pod and we talk about all the stuff that we talk about on the show but also more stuff so so if you need another thing or person or account to follow on instagram consider following this podcast you can ask for recommendations on products and will crowdsource them to other followers followers. It's actually kind of cool and people meet each other that way. I Dunno community is forming follows their instagram dot com slash. Gee thanks just bought it pod. I am excited. Because Shannon Keating is joining us today Shannon is a senior culture writer and editor at Buzzfeed and she also writes a newsletter about intentional shopping called. You have nearly everything you need which you can subscribe to By going to Shannon Keating DOT SUB STACK DOT COM Shannon. Welcome Oh hi caroline. Thank you for having me course. I'm really happy to have you here. Especially because of your I mean I love you in general but I'm also so excited about your newsletter. Yeah thank you. I am also excited about it. I feel like it's it's nice to have like a creative outlet as I'm sure you feel. Yeah that is an odd. That isn't work. Yeah that was what I really wanted to do this year. I mean you really when you just did your first installment. It's really new. It's very very new. Okay started a couple of weeks ago and I'm about to send anyone out this week so I know what you guys are thinking. It's Kinda crazy. This is a shopping podcast. And now we're talking talking about kind of more intentional shopping or not shopping. But I'm very into the idea of intentional shopping. I all of my shopping is intentional. Just a lot of shopping but tell me a little bit about how you came to writing about this like. Yeah tell me a little bit about your story with likes spending money in buying things. Yeah for sure so I think I was inspired to start doing something like this because ever since sounds like last year I feel like I had just kind of a chaotic like both personal and professional year. And I think like I mean like I love buying hang Who doesn't And but I do think I was going a little bit overboard. Are you trying to fill of the need trying to fill a void. I don't know but then but then I mean there was some more practical reason and like you know like I did. Some weights alike needed literally just needed like except that. I was doing the thing where I'm like. Oh well you know like kind of holding onto stuff. It's like right now. We're just move on it doesn't it's kind of. Isn't it kind of amazing when you buy pants fit so I was trying to balance the idea of like okay like you are allowed to get that stuff that fits you feel good but I did. I did want to start getting a little bit more intentional about it not only just like in terms of my personal spending but also just ethics wise like I trying for a long time to cut God out fast fashion and just failing entirely. And that's what. I'm one of the other things that I'm trying to do this year. Yeah and And spy things that I really love I mean I guess like a summary of intentional shopping but yeah but I love and that'll last Austin and I think it you know in a way that serves multiple purposes at once. Yes if like. I love like vintage stuff and secondhand right and not only. Is that that you know a little bit cheaper and better for the earth. But it's you know pieces that like not everybody's GonNa have so and you were in the in the fashion in Bech slack. I wasn't the fell when Shannon I and I worked together buzzfeed. We were in a slack called fashion bitch where it was just kind of. I don't know like a dozen in women at buzzfeed talking about the things they had purchased or crowd sourcing ideas of where they could get something and there was always something that would come up like one dress. Czar That we were seeing everywhere last spring and then I think at one point like half of the group went to a different time and different stars and took pictures up. Doesn't work for me. Yeah I didn't know you and I like body type wise like we're curvier. Yeah we have boob. This was like one of those bag. Dresses is yes. That's I love a bag. Yeah like that wasn't GonNa work for me now. I knew it and I did try. It and I was granted I. I don't think I even took a picture I was like. Let's no but Would you consider it. So Zora's definitely fast route forever. Twenty one H M. What do you think about like a made while gap of that? I mean definitely I think the two hardest things for me it would be like made well and costs call doc which is like all which is fast rational. It's really expensive. I know I mean that's what you would think but it's but it's you know it's just like you know I know I didn't. I didn't know that either until recently only but it's basically like fancier age. Okay so I mean. I don't know it's tough but I I do think that like I have spent over the past. You're kind of getting a good base of basics and I'm going to try not to go to the is it is. Yeah it's an and I don't mean to be like you know like anti. Yeah or like preachy. You'll know I will say that I don't shop. H Forever Twenty one and it is not ethical. They never have anything that fits me like. I'm a twelve fourteen sixteen depending on where I go or what I'm buying and like there are tons of trends. I'm not you know as they grow older And you're a little younger than me but as I grow older I feel like I'm less than two trends like I. Just I've said this a million times I have a thing that I like. I uh-huh million of them. We go forward but there are tons of times where I'm like. I would love like you know a fake leopard for I guess 29.99 because I'm GonNa wear it probably twice but they don't have it in my size so I can pretend that I'm not dropping fast fashion medical reason but mostly it's because they just don't make my size but I I know that you're also a made well maintains or show good old navy person. I've heard great things. The best sold navy jeans. I'm wearing right now. We're GONNA ACTUALLY I. I think yours will air before hers. I'll figure it out but Tozzi is coming on talk about old navy jeans episode. Nine Indians genes are hard and everyone knows like when you find a pair that also the they'll change them like this'll be another rapidly but they'll change. You're like oh I bought the high waisted like jeans with a bib and then you buy the same pair like three weeks later. It's like not the same hair of genes Australia. So when I find a pair of jeans that I love love or a store that that's the way that they cut their genes works on me. I kind of by lot number right. Now it's old navy and made well And I I think the reason why I haven't done a ton of like expensive is ever everyone's not fast fashion. No ever ever lane is is is totally. I have not been able to find jeans network for me now. So many people are obsessed me too. I need a little stretch in my pants. Talked about this like the last time we were like just one hundred percent Denham labor. It's still it's like a dream of mine to be able to wear a hundred percent down every time I tried a Levi's wedging I'm like no stop. Not even I'm gone over but even going to try. I heard from a friend of the last time I talked about this That she and she's also like quite curvy and she tailors. Her jeans means. I asked about this on on instagram and a lot of people were like are. You can tell her anything and I know which I guess is obvious but to me and my jeans I feel like the way that I know. It sounds crazy. Where would you have to tailor? I guess I would have to get like a truly John Nor miss pair and I don't even have a small waste. I have bigger thighs. Yeah also it's very hard. They're out of minor out of proportion. I mean like what proportion whatever but like no real proportion in the in the mainstream way that genes are created and my body unfortunately for my psyche doesn't Fit into many of them and either. I'm like hike either fit so well in the legs and then I'm constantly pulling mom or they fit in the new waste and the but but then my calves are like aac compressed but yeah I mean that's hard but that's kind of where that I get very jealous of women men who run more in the sample size because when you're shopping secondhand it's so much easier especially with vintage clothing so much easier when you're on the smaller side to find stuff totally. I can't say I really try not to get mad at myself for buying Steph. It'll navy because I'm like fits and feel good in camp. Yeah no I completely feel that and most of my jeans I think are are are made well and and you know like if if I changed sizes again I'll go back. I don't think it's like I think I'm just trying to think about it. A little more and not do I think I think I was very much in the habit of doing that. Just kind of like one gigantic order off the sale returning a bunch of yeah like I'm I'm trying to say that like if I specifically need a pair of jeans you know Go Gilbert Yeah. I'm with you. I have never found a pair are of of like vintage of secondhand pants. That has now hit me ever in my life so in history has ever looked like me and they were not wearing pants if they did so. I don't know no oh I it's hard but there's a lot of stuff that I mean it brings up the whole size inclusivity conversation and that you know I get got it that they say that you know bigger sizes are more expensive to make or whatever but you're also kind of like it doesn't really like what to the pennies..
One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened
"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is
College admissions scandal highlights unfairness in process
"Today. We're going to look at the college admissions scandal with parents paying bribes to get their kids into elite schools. US attorney Andrew Lill announce the charges earlier this week, we've charged fifty people nationwide with participating in a conspiracy that involved I Keating on college entrance exams being the SAT and the ACT and second securing admission to elite colleges by bribing coaches at those schools to accept certain students under false pretenses, Kathy. Absolutely fascinating story. The allegations in snaring some pretty big names in the world of finance as well. They had everyone from actors to finance folks, I reporter who covers private equity Sabrina Wilner is gonna talk to us a little bit about. One of those executives. Yes. One of the executives. He was basically the face of sexual good investing. Sms? Bill neglection, and he founded TBT's growth platform and expanded into social ESPN busting, and they made a huge splash sweat this. So the revelations of him being involved in this scandal came as a huge shock and blow to the firm. Well, let's talk about the specific allegations against him. What are they he was involved allegedly involved in both of the schemes the first one was the test taking scheme where he paid money to Williams singer, Hugh was the informant the FBI informant involved in this to basically Proctor to fly to the test taking center and change the answers for his son. So he scored a higher score on the ACT. And then the second part of it was the sports recruiting part where singer offered to make his son. In an athlete and in the transcript mcglashan said his son play lacrosse, but USC doesn't have a lacrosse team. Problem. Yeah. Singer said, well, let's make football player, but his high school didn't have a football team. So then they decided to make him a kicker that learn the skills at a sports camp. So I think it's pretty interesting. I want to read some of the transcript. This is kind of get an idea singer says so I'm going to make him a kicker in a glass and laughs. He does have really strong lakes mcglashan said maybe hill. Maybe he'll become a kicker. You never know singer says. Yeah, absolutely mcglashan says you could inspire him. You may actually turn them into something. I love it. And singer says I know well, I had a boy last year. I made him as a long, snapper and mcglasson. I love it and says I love it. I love it. That is so funny. So so, and then just remind me again, we get all these done and the obvious deal you, and I talked about the fifty K and the two hundred K, and and then do we know he's in you. And I at least know he's in. Okay. This is the the FBI transcript presumably they were recording the wiretap. Yes. They recorded the to having a conversation part of the allegation within the indictment. That's correct. And they were trying to get into USC his older son was trying to get into USC, and how much money did he end up paying in this transcript, they discussed a total of at least two hundred fifty K two hundred fifty thousand dollars to go to USC. I mean, I'm not disparaging USC. Okay. But he wasn't the only finance guy. Either. Oh, yeah. Guy. Doug, Hodge Hugh was former CEO pimco he basically got one of his daughters admitted to Georgetown University on tennis scholarship, but he didn't even tennis. And at least that's the allegation. For bill. Mcclatchy PG has been pretty swift. The firm says it fired him and is also allowing investors to withdraw their commitments to the social impact fund. This of not board members. Mcclatchy and said, he was these are his words deeply sorry. This very difficult situation may interfere with the work to which is devoted his life about last checked existing investors in the funding clued, the Washington state investment board, the New Jersey division of investment, and San Francisco's employees retirement system. And when this all happened teepee g was in the middle of raising cash for the Sabrina. This is a little bit awkward, isn't it? Yes. It is. And the most of their largest clients are public pension plans, and they hate headline risk of negative news. So it'll be interesting to see what happens in terms of commitments. And is there any indication this stops here or that people? Parents. I'll be in the pokey together. Is that what you're asking? Yes. Phrase it so delicate. It's I mean, I saw someplace in the transcript where he where singer was saying he works with eight hundred families or something ridiculous number. So I'm do you kind of wonder if there's going to be more to come here a singer now, I should explain he's kind of like the fixer call one eight hundred or does he have a shady? Somewhere. We can get your kids. For he has like a company name that said it was a test prep company. It was obviously not legitimate company.
Thieves snap up rental scooters in SF
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Feves snap up rental scooters. Assaf shared electric scooters are disappearing from city streets in high numbers. As thieves target the portable vehicles in the first two weeks. We lost two hundred vehicles to the theft, which was just shocking said Michael Keating CEO and founder of San Francisco's scoot networks. People were grabbing them all the time. We realized that if we kept losing them at that rate. We wouldn't have any left in response scoot, scaled back its vehicle numbers an expedited its plans to include locks on its two wheelers. San Francisco's skip has also experienced that's but declined to specify how many however, it's vehicles have a wheel lock mechanism. So they cannot be ridden unless they're unlocked with an app scoots to healers can be ridden in manual kick mode without using the app albeit in an unsatisfying experience as they are not designed for that. Their electric Motors require an app unlocked to work both skip and skewed have alarms. Go off. Scooters are moved without being reserved in their apps city sanctioned e scooter rentals started October fifteenth under a pilot program in which scoot and skip each have permission to rent out up to six hundred twenty five scooters scoot started out offering about three hundred scooters but have that to about one hundred fifty a day in recent weeks? Something residents have complained about on social media. We're not trying to hide that Keating said the reason is the fact ramping up more scooters depends on the success of the lock scoot this week will add combination locks and cables to scooters as an interim measure users will get the combination from the app after a scooter is reserved in early December scoot will switch to its long-term solution Bilton electronic locks with thirty two inch cables the smartphone. Apple unlock the device at the end of it ride. The user must lock the scooter to street furniture such as bike rack or pole and snap a photo of it. Skip has been renting its full complement of six hundred twenty five scooters and said it has gotten positive writer feedback. Skip also plans to add built in locks to its fleet. And is now testing them out on about a dozen scooters. In addition to warning thieves, the locks should help keep more of the scooters out of the flow of pedestrian traffic and prevent people from knocking them over. Skip said it's working on new technology to detect win scooters are written on sidewalks, which is prohibited. We want people to learn that when they get to the sidewalk they should pull up the scooter and walk it to the furniture zone said Julie SU skipped chief marketing officer referring to the sidewalk edge. We're scooters are supposed to be parked in March. Three other scooter companies lime bird and spin burst onto the streets in San Francisco. The scooter deluge led to a temporary ban, and then creation of the pilot program. The San Francisco municipal transportation agency, which oversees scooters said the number of complaints is much lower now than in the spring. The agency's three one one line logged three hundred thirty six scooter related complaints from October fifteenth to November fourteenth or eleven point. To a day in the spring. It receives complaints at the rate of forty four point six day, scoot, scooters average, two or three rights day Keating said by contrast, I go chilly were scoot rolled out scooters around the same time sees six to ten rights day per scooter, that's because the vehicles there are concentrated in a central business district while in San Francisco, they're dispersed throughout neighborhoods. He said skipped climbed to say how many rentals at facilitates. But it's pleased with usage sue pan said writers, use them for first mile last mile connections to transit as well as for scenic rides such as along the embarcadero or in Golden Gate park. She said constant theft is clearly not sustainable Keating said he declined to say what scoot pays for its two-wheelers, but industry sources say e scooters are bought wholesale from China for around three hundred dollars scooter thefts and vandalism are issues in many of the hundreds of cities worldwide that have the two-wheelers bird, graveyard, an Instagram account with sixty thousand followers. Chronicles the sometimes brutal ways scooters meet their end such as burning being thrown off buildings are being tossed in the ocean. Caroline said is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer, Email see said at SF chronicle dot com. Twitter at sea said.
Jamal Kashogi, Keating and White House discussed on America Tonight
"Keating, the fiance of murdered journalist Jamal kashogi turns down an invitation to the White House. Twenty five days have passed. And we died every day. How did we die every day because we never got word of his death. The fiance hottest jingle says she does not
Wellfleet, MA beaches reopen to swimmers after fatal shark attack
"Twenty wealthy is reopening, its four beaches to swimming. They have been closed since the deadly shark attack last Saturday. The father of the young revere man killed in that attack tells WBZ TV he doesn't know when he'll ever smile again. Twenty six year old Arthur Medici was killed. The is the first in Massachusetts waters to be killed by a shark and more than eighty years congressman Bill Keating, by the way, calling for a hearing to look into the growing problem of shark
Women in England to be allowed to take abortion pill at home
"At the White House and in Arizona are at half staff for Senator John McCain, Senator McCain has died after a lengthy battle with brain cancer. He was eighty. One McCain served more than three decades in the Senate and survived several years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam sin, peer, Scott Horsely reports. John McCain was destined for the navy as the son and grandson of famous admirals his own military fame stemmed from the five and a half years. He spent as a POW in Vietnam, refusing offers of early release because other prisoners had served even longer that same sense of personal honor, followed McCain when he was elected to congress. An early scandal involving campaign contributor, Charles Keating, turn the air Zona lawmaker into a champion of campaign finance reform McCain twice, ran for president, winning the Republican nomination in two thousand eight. He lost Barack Obama, but never. Lost his reputation as a conservative, not afraid to
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