35 Burst results for "Kospi"

LAG Plays You MUST Be Making

The Official Red Chip Poker Podcast

05:25 min | 4 months ago

LAG Plays You MUST Be Making

"I thought it would be really good just to basically get us. What are the specific plays. That people are making one of the specific ranges. people are making because we kinda gave the the reasons why we play lag we talked about. You know i think a bit of these plays but let's get really specific about where the greatest volume of plays coming from when you play lag because i think a lot of people get lost and they up just over bluffing barreling often situations that. Don't make sense and so we have a nice list of plays that you should definitely be making higher volume of that. Need to be more careful with that. People are tend to go crazy with one hundred percent. And that's the issue right is once you start throwing lag in there. It's way easier to get super off the rails with it and all sudden nears going crazy. Your hips through the roof. The roof for three best of the roof finished like now. You're just inaugural fish and now super easy to beat you as well so Which play start with. Let's start there. I mean i know we address last week but definitely the number one player going to be three betting light roger and this is because there are so many reasons about this. And if you've been listening to the podcast people are going to know. But basically through betting light when you're in position and this is what we're talking about we're not talking about our three bidding out of position cr three out of position episode for that but through bidding imposition. It's just such a powerful play and especially in small stakes game especially in live games. You're so rarely going to be facing that. Forbid light back at you which is the main defense against it It just it. Basically lets you three bed kind of with impunity. And it's such a powerful play if you get a good handle on this play. You're able to take advantage of players. Who are not as strong at defending it not. It's strong just with their overall balance and opening ranges It gives you a incredibly powerful tool to punish people almost every talented players using play a pretty aggressively. It's really one of the first things you look for right. You might look for stealing. Maybe as the first and foremost way to get into lag. But after that it's it's three bedding and then we start ramping in from there but first and foremost essentially the big thing i'm looking for is the big gap between essentially the number of fans are going to open with than the number fans there continue with and if they're only gonna continue with a very small number of their original hands. They're folding tremendous amount. And you can just kind of start going nuts now again you to look at other factors right. Who's behind you or they're a bunch of players in the blinds are likely to continue and he pasa fish behind you all those kind of things so those could be things that to keep you from going crazy but this is the first thing you should be looking for. And once you start noticing that their fold verse three about starts creeping up into the seventy five percent range eighty percent range. That's when you really start adding a tremendous amount of the rain. So before your what. Maybe sixes plus and some double broadway stuff and maybe some basic suited. Now you start looking for adding the kospi hands. So you add maybe more double. Broadway's or maybe the full thing of suited maybe a little bit of the king exodus making nine king eat suited. So it's kind of incremental every hand you're going to add in should pretty much be kostov something else. The only real time that i changed on that is if i'm going to california into the east wheel off suit right. So maybe it was like east used as five suited before and now instead of going to king eight king seven suited all say take as five off. Suit said no ways but again. It's just we're talking about the nitty gritty part of this preference points but are in that if they're gonna continue folding us continue out any more and more throwing more and more cuss pans and just be smart about it and again ratcheted up to the same extreme that they're went to over fault. Yeah and i. i would extend that you know. We're really talking about pushing our lag strategy if we're dealing with someone who is folding enough even to a point where it's like maybe not seventy percent but fifty percent and then they're not forbidding you to me. I'm making enough money on average for the times i get away with it. That posts slop. I'm gonna be able to play a really wide range so I would say my default in this is generally with a skill advantage and post slop and all that by default is probably going to be something like maybe any to suited cards. If i'm feeling like the blinds are you know com. We'll let me let me do my biggest Cards i might go. You know any offshoot broadway That could be. That could be very reasonable range to attack with three bets. When you're in a good spot now that's like you know everything's kind of lined up there's type people behind you It's good to account about Tuta four percent loss per player behind. You just picking up queens plus a king type stuff. Even maybe more. Like jack's bus. You just have to figure it out to do a little. Yeah very easy popping deck lab the range that you have and then that's how much you'll essentially be up against but you know it thing is to oftentimes when someone picks up tens or even kings or whatever and those spots. They'll just flat call you out of the blinds not wanting to light demonstrate their hands so you even have equity realization against very strong ranges. That people don't account for equity realization in position as usually worth like four cards. And this is really kind of the power of three

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How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:57 min | 4 months ago

How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"What's the big deal with pulse because we're told to get colonoscopy every two years five years ten years bidding on who you are. We're told that you know. These are big deals but really never talked talked to about how to really think about them from a functional medicine perspective in terms of prevention or treatment. It's just about going to the kospi. Cutting it out or if you have colon cancer. Cutting that out and taking chemo and radiation. But there's a whole nother world of thinking around this that allows us to to be much more targeted in our approach to preventing and treating these things so talking about whether polyps why did we get him. How how common are they in. Like the general thinking about them. Yeah absolutely so you know polyps are these growth. That occur in the inside of your intestine. So in your colon you can get these growths that are polyps and there's all sorts of different shapes types of polyps you know from at a no most hypoplastic pileups and you know all of that really influences. How risky the polyp is in terms of it. Turning into colon cancer so a percentage of these polyps can become cancerous and caused colorectal cancer. And as you mentioned unfortunately there's there's an increased rate of ecole rectal cancer. It's the second leading cause of cancer death in the united states and unfortunately we're seeing real precipitous increase in young people getting colon cancer and it's hit home for unfortunately a few times on with some of some really close friends of mine and And so it's something that you know we wanna think about you know. How do we prevent these abnormal growths from occurring especially the ones that can become dysplasia or cause

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3 Reasons Why Big East is the Most Intriguing Basketball Tournament

Titus & Tate

01:40 min | 6 months ago

3 Reasons Why Big East is the Most Intriguing Basketball Tournament

"Is my real opinion. I think the big east tournament is the most intriguing one for for this reason. There's a handful of reason number. One villanova has no point guard now. Justin moore ankle the kospi's we just found out that justin. Moore's not going to be playing in this thing Twenty seven points per game between those two now. I mean the game from villanova as we know in the new iterations of the biggies has been dominant. They win the regular season. Big east tournament right over there still time and here still good enough to win at eight. So let's not get ahead of ourselves and count them out yet but it makes it a lot more interesting because it's like. Oh what house villanova congress because your best player yes. He's not playing. Yeah what what are the what's going to happen. They're seen hall saint john's. I'm looking at this game on thursday. That is like a. I don't know if it's a plan but it's play out for sure. Whoever loses that game doesn't that's intriguing creighton. The greg mcdermott situation. I hear you say loser leaves town man. That was really the we we know the greg mcdermott's situation they got bruin there but like they're they're they're working through. Whatever that is like xavier saver that is on the bubble. They'll they might be playing crates and crates trying to get some mo jo bags and butler had that one game against villanova where they realized life and then and then we get to the bottom of the bracket with yukon you. Let's be honest. Your own has slowly turned into the favorites and again this is not a companyman move. I know we have coach. Dan hurley on the show today but uconn in the you know the majority of the country it feels like they don't know who to look to to college basketball and therefore defacto we go to uconn right here. We are back in the big east for the first year. Back in madison square garden in the big eastern star seem to be a line if you're yukon though bula there

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Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, content marketer, on expanding your career options

Journalism.co.uk podcast

07:00 min | 7 months ago

Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, content marketer, on expanding your career options

"Welcomed journalism. Dakota uk podcast. What's the working situation like for you at the moment. Thank you jacob. Gatty here so i'm constantly. I'm a content marketer and i been self employed since september of last year and working from home working with a couple of kinds b. to b. kinds made in the. It effect and engineering metro effect is at the moment someday of technical writing for these companies. And it's been interesting very busy. Busy is the optimum word like at the moment how is how is work been throughout covert. What has been all right actually for me personally. I was working till may In a content marketer inviting and then made furloughed as of may until august and then made redundant september. But then i thought no this was. I saw way. The market's governing projects of more available as opposed to long-term jobs contracts and we will working from home. We have been in and out of lockdown for so long. So it's been like okay now. I can get used to working from home. I don't mind it at half. I'm not too fast. For having extent job. I could brave it. Go south employed start my own business and taking that i had some times already contacts in the industry. Anyway who happy to hire me. Which helped they took. I spread the word on link chain. They're like yeah he had stupid. Let's get on been busy since he hasn't stopped. It'd be more busy than i have. Been awhile loss. Roster lots for us to dig in as we continue this conversation about the ever diversifying skill set of digital journalists and and and general digital writers Let's let's be honest. You're kind of an interesting example here. Qena you're qualified. Journalists turned commercial right of some eighteen years. Tell me what. Why did you make that decision to switch say. Didn't come obvious to me. It didn't come easy and not to come quickly either. So i wanted to be a journalist. I wanted to work with the papers and the tv actually When i graduate. 'cause i graduated new media media to specifically digital journalist And i was very to go in in the mainstream media but but my university professors they were all. They warned us all that. The industry's changing jobs in mainstream media. Aunt that freely available at even if they are the conditions aren't that great And probably not even permanent or in a long term situation and digital in the meantime the internet is exploding expanding and we were a skills are writing skills are being hired to work for websites and blogs and things like seo was a new thing that was coming the kospi suspect in two thousand five indeed. When i graduated. Then i i'll just did. Beggar picked up day jobs. I was councilman. No connections i worked in a bank for a while and things in the meantime freelancing decide biting for certain websites writing articles here there not really picking up on anything food time. John nissim. ben. I'd want to do something with this. Become really passionate about meeting loved writing at the infrastructure teaching. I taught journalism and catholic colleges for seven years. Most of my students have not gone into a wet can mainstream media but indicated that more technical side of things brave and some of them have gone on to become content marketers and following my footsteps instead of nineteen four immediate for the public at nah. You're basically writing for businesses than that specific target audiences but you do have your similar skill. Set amvest dotted doing that. Foam night twenty thirteen. I went into content marketing full time. Because i saw that perks pay was good a and i get to use my skill set to do what i wanted to do. And i and also create a nice things that blogs and videos in podcasts and things do all those things but it's just a commercial twist does not for the public interest Okay so let's what i really want you to do for me. Qena is blow open. This term content marketing and really demystify. Where where where. Where can we stop. Search content marketing recent phenomenon. It's recent it's a discipline and it's branched out from digital. Marketing is similar to news making in lot of ways. It's just that the purpose is different so in news when we constructing both construct so under constructing creating a piece of content or creating a piece of news we are constructing something we ought telling a story and we are trying to sell this story to people the away deferred with news which find to tell a story to make people aware of some incident on something that's factual that's really happened. And it's in the public interest them to know what the news piece is about but in the piece of content. What we're doing is we are informing people and not just consult people at large but take your audience. But we're trying to tell the look you have a problem. His product or a solution. Seth is that can meet. That problem. solved that problem for you. And why did you try out. Why didn't you consider it. You know. I mean not forcing them to buy the product. We're not being fails the tool. We're just telling the consider the i'd sing problems. Pain points because marketing types paint points. And then they could. Oh this is interesting. Then they are hooked than they want to know more about it maybe be video. Maybe info graphic. Maybe another block post. You know maybe a white paper be people. Don't want to be advertised at. Don't wanna story they want to be. They want to be engaged. And when you do that you've engaged them. You got the interest when you've caught the interest you can then okay. You're not interested in. Why don't you consider talking to my colleagues in sales and they will then take you through and you pass it to the sales team you take on yourself. If you think that you can sell it it depends on the product rating service but The angle in content marketing is purely commercial. That's something that you've got to bury.

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"kospi" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"kospi" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"If he's your best edge rusher than you have major problems. He'd be a nice secondary drescher but again like it wide receiver. They don't have number one. Like adams said game changing is really critical positions. And they're gonna find out a way they might not be able to fill them all but they gotta find out a way to fill some of these been if not. It's going to be the same kind of eight seven nine a team. Because you've got to get to the quarterback. They were horrible in the fourth quarter rushing passers last several weeks and allowing those kinda past plays the beat them so i would actually look edge. Rusher i You know. They're going to give abram in our net a lot of chance to get better. They were first round. Picks are not gonna give up on them right away. I would be surprised at that. Trade on mullen scene moments are improved. You talk about leapfrog. He's another guy is not number one but he could be a complimentary guy but they've gotta figure out a way to get top top players that really important positions and it's easier said than done because like i said the leader cost you done or we'll pick in the draft in a place where they're just not available at with your take on the defensive side and where they start there. I mean everywhere you know. Is there way to just like throw the tiles back into the box and just reading dubbed. Listen there's obviously some some building blocks there. I think Beca kospi was really really solid In the middle linebacker for a team that has been looking for that type of guy for a long time. He was really good. I think cory littleton only get better Especially if you know they find a system that fits him a little bit better and can make them more comfortable. And he's fully healthy because he wasn't for all of the season You need like you need to invest. You need to bring in more talent for sure. Both i think free agency and the draft i think you just need an influx of guys but you also need to have those guys that you did bring in. Take that next step you need. Trayvon took a step. He was good. He needs to be really good. David arnett at times was okay at other times. He was you know kind of a mess. Jonathan abram we know what he's been coverage you know he can be physically can make plays it can be a leader inspiration all those things but he needs to learn a little bit better in coverage too so you know they do need to investigate into guys in but you know. Let's face the reality that some of these guys. They just have to get better. They have to get those guys to a higher love. Great stuff here. Is we break down the final game of the season for the eight and eight raiders. And i wanna throw in derek cars thoughts here on the season because i did like what he.

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More enhancements for Google Podcasts

podnews

02:38 min | 1 year ago

More enhancements for Google Podcasts

"Has more visibility for podcasts from. Google today. Google podcasts now in the APP switcher that's on every Google website and it's more improvements for Google podcasts for Web as well. According to nine to five Google however android. Final Beato, which will be the next version of android still does not have google podcasts as a default APP although Google play music has been removed Apple iphones have apple podcasts, preinstalled, of course. Competing APP for Google. KOSPI'S PODCAST addict. An update has been rejected by the Google play store because quote of a policy violation no details of actually been given of what the policy. Violation. Is the APP has been removed multiple times by Google in the past if you'd like to help them this time willing to all eighteen thousand, one, hundred, twelve words of the developer program policy in our show notes and our newsletter today. Says launch audio go a self serve ad buying service to connect small advertisers with launch audio publishers. The IRA have announced their final sheduled Abe podcast upfront southern Cross stereos podcast one Australia grew its revenue in the year ending June, the thirtieth by ninety six percent. The division is now cash flow positive according to the company. It's brought in three point three million US dollars last year that's less than one percent of total revenues for the broadcaster however, and they fell by eighteen point two percent. The BBC launching a new topical comedy podcasts Comedians versus the news it'll be hosted by to New York comedians the show which will also be carried on BBC World Service radio at the end of August and you serve is Cam flair has been launched calling itself. The easiest way to record and receive video uses a web browser and wed camp to get anyone to record video and audio for you can extra dropbox as well and it's free. This year echo verse has been launched. It's a next generation content studio makes. PODCASTS, it creates premium Sifi supernatural and fantasy audio dramas in India podcast producer sooner India has received funding from tully would movie producer shou-po, Gada, and podcast movement virtual has unveiled the platform they'll be using for their event in October and Paul Cost. News hospitality forward is in new podcast talking to journalists to discover how they generate story ideas and how hospitality and travel experts can get on their radar by sharing their own newsworthy stories in a compelling way,

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"kospi" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

The Red Pill Report

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Red Pill Report

"Strikes the elderly with schoolchildren risk of being hit by lightning. Than falling victim to the virus, it's not the don't catch virus that don't. have any effects from the virus that they have no visible effects often. But they don't Safa they don't die from the virus. A little bit further down for the UK as a whole, the median age of the coronavirus victim is the same as in Scotland, but generally, life expectancy is slightly higher on average. in other home nations. So eighty two and a half men and eighty five women. So people may be dying a few months or a year or so earlier than. They might be expected to die from normal. Circumstance though I was speaking. LOS ENDED UP BEING I have my notes from. Zoom cool I was having with. Our Church House. Group yesterday. But. My question was how many people have died prematurely. From covid nineteen and the answer is, of course, none half. Because everyone's days were numbered before they were born before they were created. God knew the day of their death and not one of them has died prematurely. They may think they've died prematurely, but they haven't because God knew the day of their. just give you some idea of where things could go. With regard to covid nineteen. Engine makes not wearing a mask, a class be mandatory. In criminal act punishable by six months in jail those who do not follow the new law could order could be charged with the Kospi..

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Asia Pacific stocks mixed as China's inflation data misses expectations

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Asia Pacific stocks mixed as China's inflation data misses expectations

"Hundred you Florian Asia appears to be wearing off stocks in the region finished today's session mostly mixed numbers really at Sally joins us from Singapore with the details good morning Julia good morning Karen the China X. index of small cap stocks listed in China rose nearly one percent while the broader CSI three hundred because lower by two tenths of one percent with data pointing to slowing inflation south Korea's KOSPI gained a third of one percent to close at a four month high and so despite the nation's jobless rate rising to a ten year high Japan's Nikkei two to five index closed above twenty three thousand points with the relative strength index now showing Japanese stocks

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Asian stocks up on hopes for vaccine and economies reopening

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Asian stocks up on hopes for vaccine and economies reopening

"Thanks in Asia stocks posted their biggest gain in more than three weeks we get the recap from Bloomberg's Juliette Sally in Singapore good morning I think hard Estrellita Japanese stocks closed at their highest levels in ten weeks on the vaccine hopes but softbank shares came under pressure in Tokyo as the company closed in on a deal to sell about twenty billion dollars of it still can T. mobile China's CSI three hundred up eight tenths of one percent south Korea's KOSPI up more than two percent airline stocks in Seoul receiving a boost as plane travel creeps back with bubble cardinals in currencies the Indonesian rupiah strengthened after the central bank may cut rates to four point two five percent well the Taiwan dollar snapped its longest losing streak in six weeks and India's replaced up to three days of losses as the dollar weakened amid the risk on

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"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The big day thank you looking across the dates of the markets this morning the Asian session has been in the green not falsely said the hang sang is it is down zero point two eight percent Japan plays for publicly CSI three hundred one point three percent KOSPI up zero point seven percent but looking to the European opening now as we look across what's going on that was seeing stocks futures fifty futures up six tenths of one percent German futures up just over one percent French futures up zero point seven percent and the the U. S. futures also in the green again not falsely S. and P. E. mini up three tenths of one percent down four tenths of one percent and nasdaq up seven tenths of one percent I keep it on all which has been moving quite dramatically this morning W. T. R. nine point six percent to sixteen point five two dollars a barrel Brent at twenty three point nine six dollars a barrel that's up six point three percent and in terms of bones the US ten year treasury but moments mock pretty stable owned zero point six one of their and they're keeping all sold the dollar which is marginally weaker this morning on the Bloomberg dollar spot index sensibly but look at the markets this morning Caroline here does it take you to one of our top stories this morning the death toll in the U. K. from corona virus has pulse now twenty six thousand people that's all to the government bowed to pressure to include fatalities outside of hospitals for the first time the phone sixty Dominic Raab is warning that the government would ease the look down quickly he's highlighting Germany where the number of new cases rose off the social distancing measures were relaxed and in the U. S. meanwhile is organizing an effort to drastically cut the time leading to develop a vaccine along the lines of the Manhattan Project says the development which of course depends on the timing weapon in the second World War cycled operation warp speed once does his for most Americans available by the year's end the probe I will pull together pharmaceutical companies government agencies and the military with U. S. taxpayers shouting match over the financial risk meanwhile Gilead sciences says that there are more than fifty thousand courses of its experimental conveyed nineteen therapy ready to ship the company has said that it is just waiting for approval from US regulators infectious disease experts anti file she says that the drug showed a significant positive effect in treating the virus but scientists though Ching caution as this is neither a vaccine knoll a queue of full coverage ninety five right now let's have a look at U. K. con production slumped thirty seven point six percent in March as the virus shuttered factories in the U. K. according to figures from the society of motor manufacturers and traders the group is talking about the government furloughs scheme helping safeguard thousands of highly skilled jobs in the U. K. with a less positive about the leading scheme which makes firms have think spoken to said account access will serve a calling for a plan about how to restart the automotive industry some sort of coordinated plan very pleased to say joining us now is Mike Cole CEO of the S. M. M. T. about Mike welcome to Brigham thanks for being with us is is the drop in what's happened absolutely inevitable given the way the pandemic is shot to show rooms in factories around the world actively yeah I mean if it's we saw across the will be the the spread of the virus affecting economies difference at different times of the U. K. we're probably week two behinds much of the rest of Europe but effectively by made much full our U. K. contradiction was shot on a huge proportion of the supply chain as well thanks the full one surprising when the numbers that came in with all the numbers but doesn't mean it's not deeply deeply worrying the city but the expectation my good morning is that European co production will be even worse in the second quarter I mean something like a ninety percent slump in April is that what you're expecting to see in the U. K. in terms of production stated that it is likely that significance of next month will be old which was which actually beep beep beep beep if available will be worse we are beginning to see announcements by companies about re opening of plants wanted to next week a few more the week after a few more weeks after that it's going to be gradual we'd love it to be accorded be much much easier we could coordinate the whole thing but it's just not possible mountains of new car registrations over the respect the figures which will be out next week to be indeed significantly worse for that because as you say cost sharing the shot and many of the many countries of the world you can physically by a car other than online and delivery then that's probably not worth it with people focused out to the moment well my let me pick up what you're saying about reopening a potentially a a production because if you follow China's example I guess and you take a similar kind of prognosis as to how it will work I guess maybe nope full production until August at least it will be a very gradual return to work and and and ramp up of production it'd be turning closing down the factory is much much easier than restart he went in with and then the whole a whole ecosystem has shot so you know they they closed because the concern about the safety of workers first and foremost in the above because it with that one said about precautions needed to put in place for the time supply chain closer could you get the pop this point with saving account activity got bigger eighty percent of the pops I don't see the issue about two months now when you come to restart you got to put all that ecosystem back together again I miss about make sure you got a safe environment you can reassure people that it's safe make sure you got your supply chain secured identity that you could have you know the vehicles the produce we have got some way to get out of the woods the show rooms are open hugely complicated and oversee the requirements from business to invest to do this become very significant as you stop yeah absolutely I'm not so I'm curious to know whether you will your members are hoping for government subsidies perhaps to Bruce call sales when we actually do come out of this crisis you know kind of cash for clunkers campaign is that something that is being used in the U. S. do you see that potentially happening in the U. K. perfect but that they were gonna have to look at something to restart my recovery it's not restarting the economy you've seen this happen in the already with in China in South Korea we know other European countries opposed to looking at it the way try to kickstart the markets in the U. K. button retailers shot in the middle of March March is our biggest month because we have a number plate change so you know that retail sales tell down much about forty four percent now there is so there is some stock within the system but what is the appetite of people coming out of this I couldn't undoubtedly the B. B. nervousness and insecurity about people's jobs and people will still be on the phone a lot we need to try to get a degree of incentives going into market and quickly to encourage people to consider backed by a guaranteed replacing the one they would have because most most people do purchase vehicles on finance these days which could buy the company for years get not going get the wheels turning because the contribution we can make stable economy is going to be critically needed but just in the UK but beyond that as well all right Mike thank you so much for being with us Michael is the CEO of the SMMT giving speeches over the col industry in the U. K. and where it's getting analysts yeah absolutely really great to have on the program but let's get the latest in global news headlines.

Krista Drobac Discusses Sweeping Changes in Federal Telehealth Policy In Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

Krista Drobac Discusses Sweeping Changes in Federal Telehealth Policy In Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Let me just for background asked why had the Congress or what's your understanding of why the congressman CMS head up into recent strictly limited Medicare telehealth. And I'll throw in of course we'll get to more patient monitoring or these benefits. The long term challenge has always been the congressional budget. Office really does not look favorably on telemedicine. They believed that. It increases costs overall rather than replacing in person visit their underlying. Thinking is that people use telemedicine and then also on top of that also go in person so Our challenge up until now has always been The cost and the perceived worries about fraud. The we find it very interesting that people at the Office of Inspector General or CMS Program Integrity Office. Think that it easier to commit fraud by telemedicine because really the fraud that takes place in Medicare's often making up fake patients and it's a lot harder to track that down than it is in telemedicine to see a trend quickly And also you have an actual. It addressed the IP address. And tell them so. It seems to us that. Be Easier to detect and root out fraud in the online environment than it would be in the In the in person environment. So we think we've got Good arguments on the fraud piece. And we're collecting data now on the Kospi's okay. The I heard it explained in part by the view. It's duplicative and not substitutive. That's one variation of ood acclimation. Yes thank you. So let's go to Let's go to were at so obviously The Congress house past four so called Kobe. Nineteen related Bills or sometimes referred to as supplemental bills The first The first supplemental and of course the third the Care Act had telehealth provisions in them and then of course in late March early April. Cms published in interim final rule and Proxima. I forty pages of that discussed Regulatory Waivers SMS would grant In relation to their health policy. Can you provide some more top of line? Where the Moore's substantive congressional legislative and regulatory changes to the policy yes. Congress started with authority in the first couple mental hugh allow for the waiver of the originating site in rural restrictions in Medicare and to see us followed through with that and lifted those restrictions The subsequent bills actually gave the authority to cms to lift the entirety of eighteen. Thirty four in any part of eighteen. Thirty four M so that they went ahead and also lifted the restrictions on Speech therapists physical therapists occupational therapists. So now pretty much All of the Practitioners who bill Medicare can practice telemedicine and the patient can be anywhere and the provider can be anywhere they clarified the use of technology. So you can use a art hall And when advocates asked for audio only cms did add some em codes. That are audio. Only there are some codes that you can use for Phone only telemedicine they also Added a a lot of new codes so Most of the primary care codes are now cover. Behavioral Health is covered They sort of assessed what you might need to do. During a a cove emergency and added those codes. So there's a lot more that he'd be reimbursed The Office of Civil Rights at HHS way the Hesse requirements in terms of what kind of platform? You can use the. You don't have to have a hippo compliant platform you can use facetime or skype The waved the Co pays on Telemedicine So that You know for both remote monitoring and telehealth which is really advantageous especially for by train because remote Copays has been a barrier or remote monitoring up They actually most Medicare advantage. Plans have now waved. The Co pays for both tele-medicine and remote monitoring On the state side there have been significant. Changes about forty nine states have weighed some part of their state. Licensure rules Medicaid has started covering things that weren't covered previously State medical boards have allowed for the waiver of existing relationship. Requirements face requirements There's been some scope of practice changes so that For example supervision of nurses can be done virtually Some some states that didn't specifically allow nurses and physical therapists and physicians assistant to practice telemedicine. are now allowing it so there have been changes at both the federal and the state level so quite a lot To say the Least Napoli let me ask as as follow up. There has been some Sweetie question realized relative to tell health as relates to a stark or Physician self referral a law What's what's the intersection there. You know the kinds that hit it has come up. The stark laws from me has been between the vendor and the providers so we weighed the telemedicine restrictions and medicare but most of the capacity in the marketplace telemedicine is through vendors because in the past medical offices haven't been reimbursed for them so they didn't invest in televised. So when you want it to go and get a visit visit your employer or insurer had generally Then did that out in order to make that happen. So you've got a lot of doctors in their homes Doing telemedicine visits all day long. But they're the they're the employee of an American well or an empty live. There are not a physician office. Therefore they're not an enrolled in Medicare so that means that those vendors can't actually provide telemedicine services directly to patient. 'cause they're not medicare enrolled providers so the way that it's happening in the marketplace. Now is that a lot of telemedicine. It'd being done through. Hospitals and other Medicare enrolled providers but they have vendors helping them under a white label. So one of the questions that we've had about dark kickback. Is Can a vendor Provide a referral to a hospital. So that if they get a patient that set you know obviously needs being. Can they refer that patient to the hospital? Who is there a quiet and right and the answer? Yes they can because it's not a self referral Those are the types of scenarios where this is coming up Just because of the strange way That telemedicine his grown up over time and mainly as a response to the regulatory challenges Medicare so in some sense to follow up. It's it it. Turns out to be convenient. That the vendor is not under the Medicare program thereby being able and that's an accident history. Meaning the Medicare provider wasn't doing the service themselves they farmed it out and as a result of that. This referral is now allowed. Is that correct correct? Okay sort of accident of history. I

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"kospi" Discussed on Thriving Abroad's Podcast

Thriving Abroad's Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"kospi" Discussed on Thriving Abroad's Podcast

"Home country for instance and you feel go being away and right now is not executive that because even each those if you were there you can't necessarily help own stacking replaces regardless where you are so the interesting part is like people in some way are reporting that they they feel more connected. There is much more communication actually and between the different chapters of your life as an excellent so southern easy to maintain these connections. So that's maybe something nice. That's that's expect something about Sunday. Say Phil what they took people listening for the Kospi Sunday Schneider Illo. We're talking about tech connecting and keep connections guy but that is something that I definitely have experienced. You know people didn't touch for quite some time. At least how during a nine to decide with other people which is is lovely. We genetic people off again are filled out me. What family in advice the with that one. Show say that's a. I think that's positive well. And that she probably something that came out finding meaningful things to do. That's probably one pain that helpful. If that's what you're looking for a slap yeah maybe like to go back to the families and individuals with our living abroad right now and have to deal with all these and again within the extra challenges. We see a lot if you think about the the Children. The kids snowed again. The extra layer of of anxiety and questioning everything again if they are in this kind of situation in which they recently moved so just a few months ago they moved and the in how they don't feel connected enough to the new environment.

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European Central Bank throws 750 billion euros at the economy to fight the coronavirus crash

BBC World Service

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

European Central Bank throws 750 billion euros at the economy to fight the coronavirus crash

"The European central bank has launched a huge emergency scheme to ease the impact of the corona virus pandemic it follows similar moves by the Japanese and US central banks Asian markets were down as central banks across the world trying to shore up investor confidence as global markets trying to find stable ground wanna commit ripples the bank's response to try to stabilize the market has been to go on a bond buying spending spree Europe central bank announced it'll sweep up eight hundred twenty billion dollars in bonds the bank of Japan offered to buy more than nine billion dollars worth of government bonds as investors tried to raise cash and reduce their risk exposure Australia's central bank decided to cut its key interest rate to a record low of point twenty five percent after the U. S. and New Zealand also lowered their rates but investors are still feeling skittish the circuit breaker temporarily stopped trading on south Korea's KOSPI exchange after a drop more than eight percent

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"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio business class U. S. European stock futures drops and the yen vaults for tracing some of the pressure previous studies lose the strays continue to test with fundamental valuations live at the tumble in with the topics closing barely moved the K. eight down one point six percent of the early getting seems to have gone away in the Japanese market banks saying down two point five percent right now CSI three hundred down zero point nine percent Shanghai gold down zero point eight percent the KOSPI down four point two percent and the the old early Australian ASX two hundred twenty six down six point four percent so a lot of gluten coming there in the Asian markets no real impression I guess gained by the various efforts being announced by governments globally to try put stimulus into the economy that certainly seems to be reflected in European futures nonstop fifty futures down five point two percent German futures down almost five percent I'm looking to the U. S. opening S. and P. futures well they they they reach the limit three point seven percent down to three million three point five was the drop right where he got stopped at the Dow and nasdaq also down around four percent and keeping a old what's going on on the phone to market right now the the bomb the U. S. ten year treasuries holding a fraction below one percent the yield zero point nine nine that's down eight basis points and keeping on the toilet seat which is searching or husband at twelve fifty one point three five he's good but dollar spot index right now we could up only two tenths of one percent Japanese yen strong by eight tenths of one percent against the little one is six point eight three and the parents suffering quite a bit one point two zero is what we find on cable but actually struggle by three tenths of a percent right at this second I keep you know it'll.

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Jon Kasbe on Filming Between Two Sides of the Law in 'When Lambs Become Lions'

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

10:24 min | 1 year ago

Jon Kasbe on Filming Between Two Sides of the Law in 'When Lambs Become Lions'

"Just going to have you introduce yourself. Tell me Your name name and a little bit about who you are. Yeah my name. Is John Kospi on the director of limbs become lands and I've been working on documentary films from a Pretty Young Age. My parents were Christian missionaries this group in this environment or the first you know thirteen to fourteen years of my life was kind of traveling around the world You know send a lot of time in Kenya. Serbia India Australia doing that that type of religious work and then have shifted quite a bit and now work in documentary but there is quite a few in her loves between them pretending to lifestyle so in a lot of ways. I feel like I was raised in this environment. That made translating the documentary. Filmmaking make a lot of sense super fascinating tell me I mean I I wonder if you can just give us a very brief overview of of what you're about yeah when landlines it is about two on either side of the ivory trade so one is ivory dealer in the other Wildlife Ranger in. They are cousins. So that was a that that was a small detail but some had huge implications and it was when we realized about eight months into the process The relationship between the two men and it was the moment when I realize that this is not a short film in that this could actually be something longer an interesting. It really speaks the complexity of the of the situation on the ground it. It certainly doesn't end. The film is this is amazing but before we dive into some of the more the more detailed questions I have for you about The project I feel like we should upfront front talk about what opportunities listeners might have to to see the film. Yeah for sure. So it's her nearing New York City this weekend at village. Oh Gee cinema and I'll be doing. QNA's as well and then it'll be continuing in New York for weekend. It's also playing in Los Angeles right now at the theater. And then we're expanding to a bunch of other the city's over the coming weeks and then in twenty twenty it'll be available on the ODI. Excellent so is is there like a website where folks can Sort of check to see if it's is coming to a theater in their area yes. The website is one lambs dot com. And we're also on all the social media's those the best the best way to stay updated so tell only your entry point into. This story was good question. So I'd done other shore films in Kenya before this Three of them and it was through those projects that I had relationships with people that you know relationship of Kenyans on the ground. who were telling me that there had been so many filmmakers and journalists? That have come Kenyan done stories around poaching but they hadn't seen anything that actually looked at it from the perspective of the poachers that they kind of like that. Was this missing. Piece that goes in. oversaturated retreated space x was every dealer. They're like just come meet him. You know you'll like him first hour of sitting down with him. He kind of found a way to flip all my preconceived notions around the issue on on their head and I was blown away. I mean I kinda went into the situation with him thinking I think what a lot of people think about when they think about it which is coaching is bad and the people that do it are are making bad choices. Explained to me early on is that there is an actual separation between these two sides. They see themselves. There's one community that is kind of forced into one side or the other but in reality. They're all still friends. They grew up together. And there's a lot of crossover between the two sides and when he started explaining anatomy it started to click in that like this is way more complex than the way I think we sometimes funnel these these stories through through media into these very good versus evil Hollywood ed narratives and you know he was saying things to be. were out there. Killing elephants opened. My father was killed when I was a child. He was shot in the head. Ten Times in there were no repercussions they were just swept under the rug and yeah he was very direct to. He was very honest he was like making contact. I kinda thought he would be a little bit secretive or shady and and opaque but he wasn't at all I found myself like laughing with my found myself being charmed by this guy and that was not what I expected to happen and I kind of left the interaction thinking about him a lot and wanting to spend one more time with him and wanting to see more of the choices he made into understand his logic behind them is. This character is The the first the person that we meet and this introduction to his community and he's kind of walking around and I mean you know right from the beginning that he's opposed to be a bad guy but he's so compelling. Yeah Yeah we really. I mean we really like we fell for him. This project was made possible because of the relationship that we formed and it was about seven eight months just living with them spending time together without really shooting and it was like those that time of building a foundation of friendship where it was like. We lived together with eat together. We I would like to ask each other questions. He got to know me as well as I got to know him. He started to understand my motivations wanting to be there and why I thought this film had valued why people need to see what was actually going on And that kind of became what made the whole thing possible. Because I think without that especially when you're filming people doing illegal things and insensitive situations and really. Taking huge risks is to be a part of a project. There needs to be the foundation for to for to work. Yeah that's an. I mean it's really it's it's really interesting to hear you say that because I mean watching this film And you know as I mentioned like I have experience working as a filmmaker in communities that are experiencing you you know S- somewhat you know a comparable sort of situation where there is this sort of economic push for community members to get involved in an illegal wildlife trade right. So you know I I I have this understanding of Like the difficulty associated with getting that sort of insider perspective And Gaining Trust. And so I mean there were numerous moments watching your film where I was just blown away away by the level of access you had And how clearly comfortable your characters were with your presence. There you spent eight months. It's with This character ex before even started shooting. You said Yeah. Yeah and I don't mean eight months like living with him the whole time a lot of that. I was there with them but it would. Also I'd come back to come back home and take a week off here and there and wrath like that but but yeah I mean we talked a lot. We talked a lot over that first year and very little of it involved a camera. And you know Ed one thing that I think people have you know people watch the film. They sometimes have that reaction of like how in the world did you get a camera to these situations and what happened was like there's nothing in the film. The takes place that I didn't already experienced them without a camera. Right and lag going on hunts with him without a camera watching a son and his wife get into fights without a camera seeing them interact with their kids. had seeing those those really difficult tender moments without a camera made it normal for me to be there and so when I was there with a camera. It wasn't like this was new new. It wasn't new content. Wasn't the new experience. It was something I had already been. Part of. So they're much were And it got piece of me but made with me filming. Sure sure and so what was the time period you know. How long were you actually? shooting you know the time window that we see play out in the film I was I I would go for three to six months at a time. And then you know take a little bit of a break here and there and dump footage back in New York And that went on for about three and a half years and then we did about a era of editing and during that year of editing I would go back every now and then for like pickups or when something new was unfolding Gotcha but he it it was sporadic in ways but also like it didn't do anything else. I wasn't working with anything else when I did this. In a Lotta ways the film started become an excuse to be there. You know I really became close not just with the characters in the film but also the community around them And enjoyed being there can really enjoyed living there with them until the film became away to continue doing that And Yeah but it was important. I mean it was. It was the foundation. Like I don't think it I don't think we would have gotten the types of moments we did. If that wasn't underneath at all I. I wonder if you worry. Sorry I mean this. This is a conversation that I think. When you're following a a character like this character acts in in your film right who you you feel for him? You know you start to understand that you know this is somebody who's maybe doing things that we think are bad but that we don't necessarily see him as a bad person person right but you still see him doing these bad things these things that like. Well you know I mean regardless of like what you know Sort of society of you know. I don't know this sort of attitude that society has towards people that are doing this type of thing thing that are that are poaching elephants. I guess my question is what what was it like to be there with this group of poachers like seeking to kill elephants. It was really hard. I mean I went on ten. Hunt's total the first three hundred went on with them they didn't let me bring a camera and so I'm like you know watching them plan. I'm just watching them. Go through and do the devastating act and you have a camera in a Lotta ways kind of separate you from the reality of what's going on. You have a heightened sense of purpose in being there in documenting it and saving it for the people to see when that stripped. You're just a part of it and it was often either take time off to take time and step away because as I was was having a hard time relating to them understanding him Having a hard time loving them at certain points them after Sunday's hunts but eventually I eventually by the end of it was having a deeper understanding as to why they were doing this. I got to see the consequences. What happened when they didn't succeed in for them? It was like there weren't beating their kids and so directly they're waking coming up and going to sleep every day thinking about how many kids would not as your first thought in the morning. You don't really have time to get to thinking about ethics. Does this privilege in having the opportunity to think about ethics and what is right and wrong and and And getting to that that dimension so I don't know if I answered your question but if it had been flawed I mean there were times where I was fascinated by what they're doing and wanted to understand it more. There were times rose disgusted by what they're doing and I just wanted to be away from. I needed space but I think at the core like there was a real friendship that we really cared about each other. We still do a nice spent more time with them than I did with anyone else. You know during mid twenties There forever lawyer

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US considers dropping some tariffs on China

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:19 min | 2 years ago

US considers dropping some tariffs on China

"After the F. T. reported that the US is considering running back levies on Chinese imports we also understand that China's export indication from the west for president xi in trump can sign that phase one trade deals that send with Japanese stocks outperforming this morning the Nikkei running one eight tenths of a percent the CSI three hundred gaining eight tenths of a percent in Shanghai the KOSPI higher by Hough looks at them I mean U. S. equity futures also very much in the green after the Dow Jones S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq fresh records yesterday that positive trade sentiment of course sending haven assets like again lower twenty down two tenths of a percent of one oh eight spa eight spa ten decks on changed on the other hand the wound riding two tenths of a percent all the dollar also strengthening isn't hot as well because the all the a cap rates of recollect and said easing is help boost employment and income growth here in Europe standing currently holding around one twenty eight eight after slipping hot the percent yes staple and we can pull that did seem to suggest that the conservative lead maybe narrowing in fixed income within ten year treasury yields gaining three basis points at once eighty percent ten year JGB yields meanwhile sliding five basis points of the BJ cut it's ten to twenty five get prices as fine the oil is steady this morning investors really weighing supply against trade deal optimism W. T. I. well about fifty six

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Japan raises sales tax to 10% amid signs economy weakening

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Japan raises sales tax to 10% amid signs economy weakening

"Juliet to you thank you so much mark let's get back to a conversation with doctor Martin short senior economist fidgety research institute on the line from Tokyo and mass and I wanted to ask about the sales tax kicking in I'm just gonna redo this from Bloomberg got news report that in nineteen ninety seven a hike to five percent from three percent contributed to three quarterly contractions in less than a year and a half in twenty fourteen an increase in the tax to eight percent pulled the rug underneath consumption and prices and shrank the economy by more than seven percent so is it going to be as died this time only see the sales tax going from eight to ten percent. we older but we all hope that it won't be the case Japan has always been diving into recession after sales tax the main reason is what people really hate it because the economy is in a deflationary state long term and incomes are not going out so this is this tax hike re hits incomes of people directly plus everybody's seizing discount in this type of economy so everybody has been rushing into this house by being in the last quarter and that means that the next order will probably see minus two percent growth evening maybe even worse the question is next year how will it look I'm more optimistic on that because the government is stepping in as strongly as as consumers might be stepping out of the car yes can I ask is is a last minute buying obviously there has been we've been talking about said the impending sales tax for a while now what sort of policy statements could we say from the B. O. J. to react if we do in fact see gross contract. we shouldn't expect much from the bank of Japan but the government is stepping income Siskel site to make very very sure that this time will be different so they're handing out directly at the cashier bonuses and discounts when you pay with the money you get three to five percent back while the Citrix taxes only at two percent that going in with come pains and US support for buying cars as they give incentives for buying housing that is so all this will probably over stimulate the economy well into next year see some quite positive what about in terms of the trade front because we had that initial pact signed between promise to obey and president trump last weekend that has remove some of the threat of US tariffs on Japanese because at least for now. yes this is seen as a major victory will make three might be a little bit too much but as the major progress on the Japanese side the idea was always to have to speak transpacific partnership agreement for Japan's company step trade trading more freely exporting better now the US is back on the bilateral trade do you that is very supportive it helps the overall economy that brings crisis down somewhat on beef and other agriculture products but it makes it safer that Japanese companies in manufacturing in the automobile industry and still in west in the U. S. safely very very important for this economy and in terms of the taps what we see from the B. R. J. I know you mentioned the government stimulus there but said there has been a few signs that perhaps we could see some kind of for that stimulus coming through we've also been seeing quite a big move in the bond purchasing or bond buying program of the last six weeks what have you read into that. yes I am completely with you on that one there might be some tweaking in terms of maturity what the bank of Japan is buying but I do not expect a major step year the good data we had to date is one that one reason for that the other reason is that the focus is really on the domestic economy and that in so many complaints about the side effects negative interest rates really bad for the banking sector consumers also hated because the lifetime savings do not see any longer term income coming up so the bank of Japan will be very careful with doing anything as during the next meeting. all right just amounts and showed senior economist VDC research institute thanks as always feel so it's there on the sales tax the tankan survey the B. O. J.'s a bond buying program as well and we do have the Japanese yen trading fairly steady at the moment at one OO eight spot zero six and of course as we've been mentioning that tongue conserve a deed show a further deterioration in the outlook and sentiment for those large companies spot much better than what the market had expected with that survey rate coming in at five in the third quarter versus estimates of one Japan's Nikkei index is from a by four tenths of one percent the KOSPI is low along with the New Zealand market Israelis market slightly hi this is

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"kospi" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Versatile, kospi pushing all the right buttons, and editorial watchdog Tom carpenter on today's show, I guess, we'll discuss the weekend pitching performances of note. There were several early returns and all the hot prospects that recently debuted, and people spend a lot of fab money this weekend in the expert leaves, although I actually didn't comma, meals closers, and of course, myriad has Brown's Tristan. How are you doing? Well, who would you get we most leagues I have I don't really have access to those players. But I'll say that in the vampire league got everybody. By the rule. Of course, you win or lose actually. No. You know what I my ale only I got Willie Calhoun? And I'm very happy about that based on the ranger schedule this week in tout mixed I offered up a lot of money to get Austin rally. The Braves and kissing and Willie Calhoun, and I beat off three you know what? It's like so you remember like the Charlie Brown episodes where like during Christmas time. Everybody would go to their stockings and. Oh, pretty dull. Or I gotta a movie and Charlie round be like I got a rock. Well, that's I wasn't out because I bid, like three hundred dollars on some on us Riley and ended up with a three hour Kendra Morales Iraq. I'm going to bail you out here. That's the Halloween episode. That's that's how we I'm you know, me I'm a diehard cartoon. Oh, right, right. Trick or treating the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Yeah. I did. I miss shin. First of all, how do I miss that up and say, how'd you know that I love peanuts that, that was my favorite when I was kid? Okay. So how and not Christmas Halloween. Yeah. The Christmas episode was the one with the little tree that they fancy up at the end, and I don't know where they get all the branches to make the tree look like it did at the end. Not really let him saying. Well, I hope Kendra Morales does. Well this week. Anyway, here's the buzz. And who would give a rock as a trick or treat candy? I know. Right. It made. Well, this is the thing peanuts never made any sense. That's I mean, people look to this like, it's some sort of wisdom being provided a lot of it is just weird. None of it makes sense. Well, speaking, not making sense. Let's talk about Christian yelich for a second because he keeps hitting a home run every day, making my predictions look ridiculous. But I believe you have some historical context you'd like to share it because people might be thinking, oh, I got to trade him where I wanna trade for him. And I think he's gonna end up number one player in fantasy just edging out, Cody Bellinger, although the steals, well runs to anyway. Give us some historical context and what he's. Stills more than you think these head of Bellinger, they both contribute. They're very close. So, so Cal actually prompted me to look up the numbers since last year's all star break. That's what I found, particularly interesting is that he's the major leagues leader in batting average at three fifty one home runs with forty four hundred eight RBI leads that category leads in runs with ninety eight and he has substantial leads and all those categories. He's also tied for eleventh in the majors with nineteen stolen bases. Now put that into perspective, if you compared to traditional seasons, only three players in history have ever had at least three fifty batting average forty homers one hundred RBI and fifteen stolen bases. And since we did this KiKi sad. I guess, I'll give you the answers instead of doing trivia. I don't think I'm ever getting those names. Babe Ruth did it twice twenty one and twenty three Rogers Hornsby did it in twenty two and Larry Walker did it ninety seven Walker. So maybe one player since we've been born. Well not Kyle players. We've been born and his Larry Walker. Now, this is what strange though, because I also ran one looking at twenty homers over teams for fifty games if yellows homers tomorrow and the brewers fiftieth game..

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Cardinal George Pell, Former Vatican Official, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison

Red Eye Radio

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Cardinal George Pell, Former Vatican Official, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison

"Action. The Vatican's former finance minister is going to prison for six years for molesting two choirboys when he served in Australia judge Peter kids shot down one argument by cardinal George. Pels defense argument of your council. This offense was committed by George Pell, the man and not by you, George Pell, the archbishop kospi roundly

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Global Market Update

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Global Market Update

"Let me just give you a quick check of the markets here. We're looking at gains across pretty much across the board. In asia. We do have a drop on the kospi one tenth of one percent in the two hundred down four tenths of one percent. But otherwise the topics is up half a percent. The hang sang is up three quarters of one percent and the CSI three hundred is up one and a half percent this morning. So it looks like a pretty risk on. Scenario if you look at just Asian equities. If you look at you, European futures and US futures, you will see European futures kicked off trading with some green arrows euro, stocks footsie and Dax futures are all up put futures up more than half a percent right now and US futures a little bit of a mixed picture, although they just started trading in the last two minutes. Let them settle out taking a look at US ten year yields you have investors selling off the paper and pushing up the yield two point six four percent. The yen little changed at one eleven right now, the euro also little change. But at one twelve thirty four after that amazing move by the last week. We came down out of the thirteen range and have been hovering around one twelve and a half for the last couple of trading sessions, a pound at one twenty nine seventy eight a day ahead of the meaningful vote in parliament and Brent crude trading at sixty five dollars and ninety eight cents a

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"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning. From Hong Kong. I'm Bryan Curtis, and I'm Kathleen Hayes and the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, great to be here with you, Brian. Maybe that's why things are looking positive for Asian trading day. So far. Yeah. It's kind of a mixed day here. I mean, we should give back a little after the torrid gains. We had yesterday. I say should. I mean, that's what's likely in these markets. We have a few markets that are up, but I would have to say that we're bouncing around a little bit to China. Markets are solidly higher now. Three quarters of a percent of the Shanghai composite and about nine tenths of one percent for the CSI three hundred. And that's after a six percent jump yesterday. But the Hong Kong market has been a little bit lower this morning trading down about a quarter of a percent on the Hang Seng index the ASX two hundred down one point one percent. The Nikkei is flat. Here the kospi is down about a tenth of one percent. But it's still early days. So we did see oil holding onto its levels around fifty five dollars a barrel. President Trump came out and blasted OPEC earlier and said that the cartel should relax and take it easy and oil tumbled the most in about four weeks, but she'll training around fifty five thirteen here. Brennan at sixty four. Four and the yield on the ten year treasury down another basis point two point six four percent. That's a snapshot of the markets here in the early going Kathleen over to you. Well, let's take another look at President Trump telling reporters today. Chinese trade negotiators will be returning soon. The president says the two sides are aiming for assigning summit limits. Tom MacKenzie says if you're trying to read the tea leaves here's a couple of things to watch for. But we're waiting for is that official response in the US TR. We know that Trump has said he's going to extend the tariff deadline that official is expected to come at some point later this week that means that we'll get some indication as to just how far down the line. They've extended the stead line on tariffs. And in terms of a meeting between the presidents, you're going to bear in mind as well. The president she has his own politics so deal with here in Beijing. He's got the NBC the National People's Congress that doesn't ramp off until March. So you're probably not looking at a meeting between these two leaders until the end of March. If it does come to that. That's Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie reporting from Beijing. And President Trump said today that he may use an executive order to stop hallway. The Chinese telecoms giant from selling advanced equipment in the US Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin and other members of the president's team. Have previously advised him not to go after hallway because it could disrupt trade negotiations and meantime, the rush to set at five G networks in the United States is intensifying.

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"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's now nine in the morning in Tokyo, meaning that the equity market in Japan is coming online going to be a risk on day. We'll tell you all about it in a moment. If you're joining us from the region, good morning. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in New York and Juliette Sally in Singapore. Certainly looking like a positive start to the weeks that trade after Trump extended that China trade trace, let's get all the latest week. Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis in Hong Kong, Brian. Julia. Thanks very much. Yes. I think we can tell that a lot of this is already out of the bag because the markets are moving up, but not by a lot actually the Essex two hundred up about three tenths of one percent. The Nikkei is up six tenths of one percent. New Zealand is actually flat here in the early part of the day, and the kospi is up four tenths of one percent. We did see a pretty big move in the offshore Chinese currency around three tenths of one percent to six sixty nine fourteen. And we saw a little bit of a move down in the dollar. But it's it's a fairly small move. Less than a tenth of one percent. Dollar yen one ten seventy eight and the euro at a dollar thirteen now the China markets, and even the futures aren't moving on those. I should mention that SAP five hundred are up about a third of one percent. We'll get the Hang Seng index futures and the footsie China fifty futures moving little bit later that may change some some of this. But at least it seems at this point that a lot of this is discounted. We'll keep a close eye on oil is moving higher oil fifty seven dollars thirty four cents part of that is that the sanctions on Iran and Venezuela have really been been finding their way into the market Doug over to you. All right. So let's get with this trade story now because President Trump indicated the US is going to delay those plan tariffs on Chinese imports. They were set to kick in March. I the president tweeted talks have been very productive. He also said substantial progress has been made on the issues of intellectual property protection tech transfer agricultural services, currency and many other issues. He also said. Said he's planning a summit with Chinese president Xi Jinping at the mar-a-lago resort assuming assuming additional progress is made this is after the US and China extended trade talks over the weekend. And we are hearing the two sides have been discussing how to enforce a proposed currency deal. This would make sure China lives up to its promises not to depreciate the Awan spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Tom MacKenzie. He's tracking these developments for us. What we've heard from our sources in Washington is that that could involve and it's likely to involve the imposition of tariffs enforcement mechanism. But there's still a lot of lack of clarity around. Exactly how this may work. So we're going to pivot now to North American Free trade because Larry cudlow the White House. Economic advisor was making comments with respect to Canada and Mexico where the US is concerned he said, the US is working to remove tariffs on steel and aluminum imports for those two trading partners. Juliet, well, there's a big possible takeover five. Coming in the mining business. We're hearing Canada's Barrick Gold has amassed a small stake in Colorado based Newmont Mining barrack is also said to be warning at plans to propose changes to Newmont bylaws as it continues to weigh a possible takeover bid. But Bloomberg's Ed Hammond says it's by no means a done deal. Yes. I guess the question now is whether or not has she come forward with a hard proposal and a lot of that is going to depend on what their shoulder, the sanctum and some extent how the market reacts tomorrow BlackRock could be here. The money manager owns almost fifteen percent of new lawns. And more than four percent of barrack. You remember the de leveraging campaign in China forget about it leverage is on the rise in just about every area. Where you look we have more from Bloomberg's Yvonne man Bank loans trust product issuance margin trading. You name it leverage is on the rise. That's the thirties in China shift their focus away from containing the nation's thirty four trillion dollar debt pile and turn on the tap. To boost economic growth. Instead, the James Athey money manager at Aberdeen is among the skeptical that feels like it's pushing on a string of both sides consumption side and business side, you may be giving people money or debt a time where they don't wanna do pro-cyclical things with it. Still many investors are celebrating yields on Chinese corporate debt have dropped this year and the small-cap China ex- just entered a bull market on Friday. In Hong Kong. I'm Yvonne man, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, Boeing maybe about to get another big order from Vietnam's bamboo Airways. We get more from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio. We're hearing bamboo is about to sign a three billion dollar deal to buy about ten Boeing seven hundred seven's and that the deal will be signed when President Trump visits Hanoi later this week in June, the unit of property and leisure company. FLC group signed a commitment for twenty seven eighty seven nine Dreamliner with a list price of five point six billion dollars. Delivery of the new order could start in the third quarter and Asensio. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Or it's six minutes past the hour time for an update on global news. We have North Korean leader Kim Jong UN chugging to a China on a train. He's on his way to through China. I should say this is a trip plan for Vietnam later in the week Ed Baxter covering the story in the rest of global news force from the Bloomberg nine. Clarify that and said that it was his train chugging and not him. But then we don't know they meet the middle of the week. But the talk today as what the US will the man from Kim secretary of state, Mike Pompeo on CNN. We we have economic sanctions in place, we know the standard for relieving those sanctions, and I'm very hopeful that will make a substantial step towards achieving the full denuclearization in a verifiable way in North Korea. The South Koreans the Japanese have been great partners in this. And we're very hopeful. We can get a good outcome. Meanwhile, President Trump is not trying to manage expectations saying this is a continuation of progress. UK Prime Minister, Theresa may, delaying Brexit vote this week, she says EU talks continue, and as.

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Hope of breakthrough in US-China talks

Bloomberg Best

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Hope of breakthrough in US-China talks

"Percent. Hang sang down. One tenth of one percent. The ASX two hundred is essentially flat. And in Seoul, the kospi up two tenths of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter. This is. Bloomberg. The US is increasing legal pressure on wall way. Justice officials sit down to negotiate trade leaving the Federal Reserve with nowhere to go. Anytime soon. The first meeting of twenty nineteen begins today for more on the Federal Reserve policy and the outlook for a US China trade deal. Bloomberg's vonnie Quinn and guy Johnson spoke with Vanguards global chief economist Joe Davis, how have your figures changed over the last few days while we were in -ticipant in some elver elevator rise of uncertainty, but we even been worse than we would have expected the United States China and in Europe off seen a rise in what we call policy uncertainty that has lowered are already below expert below consensus growth forecast for the United States for China and for Europe. So we do the best. We can I think we're in for a turbulent economic growth environment for at least the next several months because this uncertainty even that you've been talking about today at the margin, crimps investment and jobs across the world is the data enough as a plug in anymore and not that we've been getting. The data. Economists don't even have what data door to get this year. But even if it were doesn't give us the full picture anymore. I don't think it does. I mean, I think we're still working through even even some of the manufacturing. We're we're going to see some of this inevitably given the restock and we saw at the end of last year, given the rise of tariff. So I worked for some top of waters. I think we're not going to get a clear picture that the economy

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Apple shares jump as earnings clear lower bar

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Apple shares jump as earnings clear lower bar

"Morning. The earnings in the United States were fairly solid. I think were beating on about seventy four percent of the time with US corporates in the S and P five hundred and the earnings themselves are up about twelve to fourteen percent. That's better than what we thought about ten days ago. So there's a little better tone. With that Apple's earnings also although they were better than expected. They were much lowered expectations. So you sort of have to pick and choose their and the markets just inching up a little the Nikkei is up a tenth of one percent Twenty-three points, higher ASX two hundred half a percent in Seoul, the kospi is flat to slightly lower and New Zealand has been trading

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"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Bryan Curtis. Live in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, Asian stocks are mixed this morning slightly higher. In Seoul, the kospi up about a tenth of a percent. New Zealand is up a similar margin. But as mentioned the Nikkei is off little under half of one percent ninety six points. The downside Suzuki Motor down around four percent or so that after its Indian subsidiary Maruti Suzuki admist third quarter profit expectations. Now, we're getting some comments from Japan display. The stock is down four point eight percent in early trading. And it came out in responded to a report that it would post a net loss. It said that it's still finalizing its earnings results. They does say that the full year net situation will likely be severe. So that's a quote from the company Japan display, which is one of the apple suppliers. Of course. And we also had from the Nikkei and also from the financial times that Apple's iphone suppliers cutting tens of thousands of seasonal jobs. It talked about fifty thousand contract workers being let go since October at FOX Foxconn iphone factory and Jonjo up in providence. Even so the scale of the cuts while it it's not necessarily deeper than in previous years. But what they're saying is that it's significantly earlier than seasonal previous. Did use from that which you will take a look at the currency the the Dalian now one hundred twenty eight so the NS strengthened the full quarter percent now against the dollar dollar spots down a little bit fractionally euros at a dollar fourteen and yield on the ten years now two point seven four percent. That's a quick look at the markets. Twelve minutes before the top of the hour. Mark mills is in Bloomberg newsroom. He has the top stories making headlines, Mark. Yes. Brian. Thanks only. Twenty eight percent of poll respondents said the US is headed in the right direction. The lowest percentage on that question during Trump's.

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Asia stocks calm as China slows

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Asia stocks calm as China slows

"What's happening in financial markets as the Asian trading day gets rolling. Let's get it over to Bloomberg's Doug krizner. You were talking earlier about one of the components. I guess a foundational component for this optimism being optimism on U S China trade, given the fact that is Bloomberg news reported last week. The Chinese were making some kind of offer on a path to eliminate the trade deficit with the US. But now we're hearing that the US and China have made very little in the way of progress when it comes to the issue of IT, we are told Chinese officials have denied IP theft, and they have asked the US for proof. So in turn the US T R, the office of the trade Representative of told US lawmakers of the lack of progress on the issue of IP. This may have been one of the factors helping to take equities from session. Highs here in the early asiapac session. We also have negative South Korea neck port export data for the first twenty days of the month of decline of nine and a half. Half percent. If you look at semiconductors by themselves. Semiconductor exports in the first twenty days were down twenty eight point eight percent. The Korean one right now against the dollar weaker by four tenths of one percent. Let's look at the equity picture very quickly in Seoul, the kospi down two tenths of one percent, Sydney. Asx two hundred is better by two tenths of one percent. In tokyo. The Nikkei still holding onto a gain of about four tenths of one percent. We had been higher by about one percent earlier. But the yen has strengthened now against the dollar to one oh nine fifty five in that has helped to take some of the wind out of the sales of the Nikkei in Hong Kong hang sang up three tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite. Meantime, better by about three tenths of one percent. Now, we have a holiday in the states markets will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King junior day. So as a result, no trading in US treasuries in the Tokyo session. The ten year was last quoted at a yield of two point seven eight percent. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in. New York, Paul. All right. Thanks very much. Doug. Well, the second Trump Kim summit is expected to be held in Vietnam. Baxter's. Global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed, exactly right, Paul. That's the word today from the Trump administration. Anyway, vice President Mike Pence on FOX saying the US goal to begin to make real the denuclearization. That can Jong on committed to the first word is location Hanoi. But that hasn't been firmed up. We're told denying hokey men city also appear to be in the running. He you nations are split and disagreeing over how long they think the UK could delay Brexit how some of them pushing for up to a year. Others want pressure applied to accept a deal as soon as possible it's up to the UK to ask for a delay. Something Prime Minister, Theresa may has adamantly said she will not do you k- trade secretary Liam Fox in the BBC says the message to the EU is that there is a real possibility of Brexit without a deal there watching my message stem is I hope you've understood from this program that new deal is a real possibility at least put the African. And may is preparing to set out where Brexit goes next in parliament tomorrow MP's are already preparing to take control of the process. She's had a call with her cabinet today. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's heads for talks in Moscow this week. The hope is resolution of the seventy year old dispute over Pacific islands, but Russian rhetoric has turned strident as foreign minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia will not surrender any territory and is publicly offering a pointed reminder of Japan's World War to defeat. Japan's hope would be that this is just pre negotiation rhetoric. US house leadership is how the Trump announcement over the weekend of a compromise which would give some dreamers, DACA. Three years to stay in the US. They say, it's an odd started. But Republican James Langford says it is a very good approaching the presents put a reasonable compromise on the table. Everyone knew we're going to go through this process. We're gonna end up compromising on multiple different areas to be able to resolve it. But the core elements are there that we all strongly believe about. But democratic Senator Mark Warner says this announcement by the president could be a starting point. But the government has to be opened. I what we cannot do. And I've actually had Republicans as well recognizes is that we cannot reward the kind of behavior of hostage-taking because if the president can arbitrarily shut down now he will do it time and again warned her on NBC and the House Democratic whip James Clyburn on FOX says he has a path forward temporary protective status for all people sick in the come to this country and the Trump Tower Russia talks didn't end until November election year. That's a far later than has ever been admitted by the Trump administration personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and CNN saying yes, November. But I'm not I'm not at all concerned about that. He gave a full and complete answer to it. I can't share the whole thing with you. But I can't share the conclusion, which is he had conversations with Michael Cohen. But it was Michael Collins driving the project says he never ordered him to lie to congress in San Francisco. I'm Ed backs. Stir? This is Bloomberg Bryan, sir. All right. Ed, let's move on to sport Donna pages with

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NBC to launch free streaming service in 2020

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

NBC to launch free streaming service in 2020

"Global growth the s&p down for only the third time this month. Paul Nolte is portfolio manager at kingsview asset management betting treated is certainly having an impact here in a slower. China is a slower global economy, and it will filter through and eventually make it back to you shores. And then I think is really what investors are looking at the S and P five hundred index dropped thirteen points down five tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's down Eighty-six down four tenths of one percent. The NASDAQ composite index was down sixty five points, a drop of nine tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Asia. All right. We're thirty four past the hour. Let's get to Hong Kong. Bryan Curtis is they're looking at market action. Not a lot of doom and gloom. Which is surprising. Right. Yeah. I chalk it up to Citi group actually because the way that CitiGroup traded. It's earnings were okay. Not great, obviously fixed income trading was weak, but it's emanate advisory and some of the trading operations. I mean, the treasury operations did pretty well, and it gave an upbeat forecasting that trading. Looked a lot better here in the past few weeks. And if you look at the Nikkei, you mentioned that it opened lower. In fact, we're expecting everything to be a little bit lower today. But the Nikkei up about two tenths of one percent financials in Tokyo or up nine tenths of one percent technology stocks up seven tenths of a percent healthcare is benefiting as well. So it seems that that this is the pattern that has has developed here in the last thirty two to forty five minutes that investors are are going with the city read and still going with last week's trade, which is slightly better conditions. The possibility of of a trade deal between the US in China. And also the fed that is seemingly. The on pause. I think we mentioned as well. That Richard Clarita was saying perhaps you'll see fewer than two interest rate hikes. That's a possibility at least. So let's run through the numbers. The Nikkei up two tenths of a percent. Asx two hundred up three tenths of a percent. New Zealand up about one tenth of a percent, and the kospi is now pushing one percent gains the dollar is weaker that helps doll yen one hundred thirty four year old one fourteen seventy four the OSCE back over seventy two cents and the yield on the ten year. Two point seven zero percent. A quick note oil is higher that maybe leading four tenths of one percent Paul over to you. All right. Thanks, brian. China's sentencing of a Canadian man to death has been called arbitrary Justice in retaliation for the Weiwei arrest. Bloomberg's back global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul, right. Canadian Robert Lloyd Schoenberg has been sentenced to head been sense to fifteen years in prison last month for drug smuggling. Now, a judge on appeal suddenly has sentenced him to death. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau strongly condemning the action as retaliation for the rest of while way. Executive men want you saying the world needs to watch Beijing's use of the Justice system closing in on the vote on Brexit, e you deal in parliament, Prime Minister, Theresa may says MP's have to do the job that they were elected to do on all sides of this house, whatever you may have previously concluded over these next twenty four hours give this deal a second, look, but opposition labor leader. Jeremy Corbyn says no that's not right. We were promised the easiest

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"kospi" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Between the past. Needs someone out of the past. And turned take station of living maybe through the past. But the past is not through with us. Come back to the next pitcher show, a movie of the week podcast devoted to classic film. And the way its shaped our thoughts on a recent release. I'm tasha Robinson here again. With Scott Tobias ups Genevieve kospi last episode, we discussed the classic nineteen fifty four George Kuku version of stars born, which is a remake of nineteen thirty seven film, which was remade again in nineteen seventy six and now has been remade again in two thousand eighteen in each case. The foam was obviously redesigned for specific era. A lot of the details. Stay the same including the overall arc in the central relationship. But the details of performance, and what it takes to be a star change with every decade. And so to the ideas of what it means to compromise yourself for fame. The nineteen fifty four version was reportedly influenced by the real life marriage of Barbara Stanwick to Frank Fay, a famous, but troubled vaudevillian who slipped into obscurity as wife rocketed defame, the Twenty-eight teen version seems equally inspired by the career. It's female lead lady Gaga who talks repeatedly about all the men who told her should never. Make it as a singer giving her face, and especially her nose when our character. Allie finds phantom anyway, she's immediately surrounded by men who want to remake her in a very specific pop star image. But she fights back that plot goes in and out of focus compared to her character's relationship with Bradley Cooper's singer-songwriter lead character who latches onto is a great and shining talent booster fame. Then gets jealous and resentful issue become something he doesn't recognize the Twenty-eight teen version of a star is born deals more directly with viral fandom in the ways artists can bypass gatekeepers if they get lucky and get the right people's attention. But it also seems timely a metoo era when more and more people are paying attention to the ways men can stand in the way of female artists careers or can post them to fame, but possibly with selfish intentions, the twenty teen version of the film arrives at a time. When it's hard to look at this kind of film without hearing the conversation about who holds the keys to fame, and what any relationship between men and women of different power levels. Can mean it gives a familiar story new dimension. Or does it just throw the older versions of? A story into an interesting new light. We'll talk about it after this break. Always knew. Is the first time I worried. Can I ask you first question?.

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"kospi" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Only where we've been everywhere every child guys. We can't think Peter kospi enough for coming on. Our show us with his presence, make surely become it on his Instagram. Thank you so much Peter for just like loving us as much as you do, you think, Peter, I I know you have to stay for longer next time. You have to guess komo's time. That'd be fun. He's calling. I'm never happened yet. You're going to be needing like I get sick, just going to Trump. Thank you. Here mission to Peter fronts, instrument based on Twitter, all the good stuff and keeping up with an in tune with what's what's going on in Peter's life. We're going to take a quick break, redo the set a heart. We'll be back in two minutes with the rest of the show what she said toodle. We have returned back down to earth. We are com we are collected, sort of, I have so much drama in laughter because usually our guests read the ends with a great way to end on a high. But now I'm high on drugs and I have to come back down to do the show and we have to now get to work and we have so much to the Scott. No, it's like the stuff. This is going to be a six hour show. It's at least six, our show. We also need to discuss Peter. I have a meeting at five o'clock, so we have to just wrap it up. I know. That's great. Now. Wow, I can't believe Jackie O. No. MO was this weekend? I mean, so much. Just having done so much just have considerable Jackie on no, six years ago, it really does. I was remembering stuff like on the plane home because like or drinking so much. Like I remember something like a we were doing on the first night. That was so funny, like the way you were saying Jackie? No, no, no, no. Jackie of now. So by only way to say it could be like Jack or nor more new. Got it was so funny. Like from the second we got there. It was just premium. Premium hit the ground premium. And you know what it was so funny. It's like the first time we got there like everyone's still came on different fights. Like everyone got to the pool probably by four o'clock. We were just planning on taking a dip like relaxing and then the getting ready for a big night out. And like we just like ordered shots to like, celebrate because match party. I'll be like unintentionally, got just blackout right until we like that and got ready blackout that just kept on being so drunk? Nope. Early the whole trip for me. I don't even remember anything, but just like seeing Brown, not black. I remember something like Brown. No, honestly, I remember the scene colors because the hotel was so colorful. We were so colorful stop telling everyone about the hotel because I have to be honest, I had no idea what it was, and everyone was like, oh, to new us. It's the cooler town. Like I hate the hotels because the cooler tells are always shitty. And to me, it's like you go to the Bahamas. There's one place to stay the Atlantis. It's just it's everything else and Atlantis and everything else is like fat Lantis. Right? And it was just being like a trooper and I can't tell you like how in love with the hotel was I keep telling them like we have to go because the room and you were going to sleep like we had a standard. Room and it was like so nice and just like loved them tell. I didn't know they had a casino when we were going, and it was just like there was a million pools like it was just so fucking premium. There were so many pools it was so pretty. Yeah, like everything was just so I went to a bathroom in the lobby on the last day that I had never walked into, and I've never been in a more beautiful bathroom my life. I like films. It's been my story. I'm like, that's weird by the ATM. No, it was by the Cleo restaurant that either. They're not by another beautiful bathroom. Everything was just like beauty and cool. The rooms the bathroom doors were like iridescence. It was so cool. It was just so and that's why our photos were so premium hashtag out MO the flow from the weekend, which was important to me and my new preset lifestyle and everyone really delivered. I am so jealous of the person I was on Friday night. I wanna be her get me to and my Instagram on clot. My personal health club with no job..

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"kospi" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Dean, and you'll see this weekend going to LA message to inform us. You know what? Let's just stop like a lot of just all of it. Just stop like the whole thing. The I like the everything just like stop. That's he's one of the most talented and intelligent people I've ever met. He does these simple things here there that just like give you a glimpse of his talent and he doesn't follow it as much as I personally, actually, I had no idea. Talented, he's got, he's drone all the time aims very good at just short little videos, like put your company altogether. Actually, we need some bring your town on the west coast unless you guys move out there. He's priced and Christina. I've no idea about his dating life for now. Let you neither does. He like in our little group text all the guy. So Alex dean, myself Iggy we just kind of shoot the stuff. Yes. Curse words like an ear, everyday life, Cussing ROY too much. Like I said, you're a teacher, you don't notice petite Chris outside at school. Great. But there is this real knowing winning with Nazi pro? Yes, Texas where I get in trouble God's. Like if I'm saying some good friend, it's in text. I kind of forget like netted Shannon, careful in some screen shots chats live forever. Remember is only last a lifetime screen shots. Look for my memories, very short. So luckily there is so much in common. I'm like, I don't have to mention we remember the important stuff now not in that you remember what I said last time I was here. Well, of course, remember what my true love that, like anyone else. I just I really can't remember. Like I remember probably ten minutes of my childhood. Yeah. Eighteen you remember like super specific glimpses a well. I remember like two days, but once in fourth grade when I told a really big lie, and then like another day, like when I got my period for the first time, like that's literally it tremendous experience member Matic experiences. Exactly. And you have to leave at eleven, so we have gotten really upset about it. So just before you leave this tubby. That'd be default. Beautiful. Okay. I've run follow Peter kospi on Instagram to find out where they can get because people don't want to get tickets to your boot camp tickets to be able to the next spray twelve hours at the most. And there they can find the link to communities even. I'm pronouncing it improperly commu this dash USA dot com for your friends, my stories, and then you can just go to Peter twenty twenty percents off protesters.

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"kospi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Break. All those crazy. Gene. The news with gene. The news with Gina grad? Well, I think we've we've covered Cosby pretty good, but Andrew Wyatt is his spokesperson. And he made a statement outside the courthouse calling the trial, the most racist and sexist trial history. Yeah, he had a lot and say, Yep, I'm just gonna play the end guys who hotel some more racist riles. Yeah, he, this is in Norristown he he gave I don't know three minutes speech. We'll just play the end this 'cause we address got decision. This was racist the session. Yeah, this is. This is what he had to say on the rainy steps of the courthouse after the. Great. Be knows that God is watching open here. He knows that these allies, they persecuted Jesus. What happens not saying Mr. cosmic Jesus, the we know what this country has done to black man from Mr. Kearney's fine. He's holding wail and everybody who wants to say anything negative joke as well. Thank you. Explain the term grasping at straws Hayes. The guy who during the last mistrial was yelling, Mr. kospi is back this, the cows he's back, so get your tickets. He's back that might have been new become he's back Mr.. Kazi is back with somebody yelling the entire time show, of course, can't be anything without people screaming. There was a woman in the back. I don't know what you would like to figure out what you were saying. 'cause that'd be interesting. Doug very much. Interesting. Yeah, that's so normal. There's such boring and average everyday systems in place now to remove people, you know, during a Senate hearing or anything. And that's how you rotate Jews, radian guy that rainy rainy, Adam Sandler thing rainy and Pete through whatever who's the guy that was like Iraqi Iraqi who's the Iraqi guys. Buzzer is going really well. Oh, yeah. Yeah, that's right. He was. Yeah, every war formation, minister war information minister, something they would always going creative role fighters, pushing the Americans back to planes that we have bummed all the American planes out of the sky. Yeah, there was. What was the Japanese version of that. Yeah, there was gig if you can get it. Clear now, but usually voluntary usually means. Now you should quit now at your way ahead, you should clean. I would do that. I'd quit. Yeah. If I your Mike. Graffman down at..

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"kospi" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"So speaking of Cosby, let me give you something that. I don't know. Like your like your opinion. Yeah, Truyen on it's been okay. I just finished up a stand up special, and there are some jokes and some of the jokes had to do with the well, mainly my family myself, my kids and stuff like that, but also Mexicans and that kind of stuff. And at some point, one of the guys that was working on it kind of sorta like. Cut that joke about the Mexicans that whatever. And I was like, why? And it was like. Stand up special like it's it's comedy. It's comedy, please. It's comedy. So I said now, and other thing we're working on is this willy t Ribbs doc, which I think is just amazing, really turned out great, but speaking, kospi Cosby's in the dock, he's not in it. He doesn't know he's. He didn't sit down to an interview, but plenty of archival footage a ham, talking to like entertainment tonight about Willie ribs and sponsor, and Willie t ribs, and and baba, blah. And. Khasbyurt went to bat for willy t Ribbs to drive at Indy. And he said, I want black man driving Indy, and I'm gonna make it happen now. He didn't. He couldn't really make it happen. He ended up having to pay for it himself and William Cosby. I really can't. Sorry. Cosby could make it happen. Really? Yes. Okay. He couldn't make it happen. You had to pay for it himself. Got it. Kospi willy doesn't have nobody has that kind of mind. Okay. Need corporate sponsorship. You went to run at Indy. He'd millions of dollars and backup cars and trailers teams hole so he couldn't do it. But Cosby sort of said, all handle it. I'll get McDonald's and jello and Kodak. Everybody to jump on board. Nobody jumped on board, but he was the spokesperson for all this place to do it. So he was on the hook for about three hundred fifty thousand but circa nineteen Eighty-nine magin your dad..

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"kospi" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Between the past or someone out of the past and to take of living we may be through in the past but not through with us welcome back to the next picture show movie the week podcast to a classic film the way it shaped our thoughts on a recent release i'm scott tobias here again with keith ups and tasha robinson genevieve kospi is opted out of our scary movie pairing not realizing that what happens offscreen is always scarier than what happens on screen on the first half of this sewed we discussed nicklaus rose nineteen seventythree shocker don't look now about grieving parents who had venice to get over the loss of a child but discover that fresh horrors await them it's themes of grief guilt an extrasensory perception carryover rei debut feature hereditary which also mir's it's stories about parents dealing with loss there times of the next picture show where we're finding connections between new film in an older one that may not have directly influenced it but that's not the case with don't look down hereditary clearly asked her was taking notes predatory starts with the death of the families cruel secretive matriarch who casts such dark shadow that her daughter any graham played by toni collette can scarcely find a kind word to say about her in her eulogy as the title suggests how ever the graham family inherits some serious spooky nece while her husband steve played by gabriel byrne tries to be stoic any gradually starts to lose her mind especially after a gruesome accident claims for thirteen year old daughter charlie and leaves her teenage son peter wracked with guilt she starts attending support group meeting and secret and finds a friend joan played by an dowd who convinces her that she could communicate with charlie vs sans as she opens up this passage to the beyond however a range of other problems gulf the grams anti believes she's the only one who can put a stop to them on today's episode will add more talk to the most talked about horror film of the year then will bring in don't look now and draw the many connections between these two sophisticated supernatural shockers please join us after the break.

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"kospi" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Ella belly sucks sap sucker that's a type of wood type of sap sucker also an insult and certain areas of the country new sale oh my gosh i just looked up the pika a partial loose peacock with partial loses it's like the most stunning thing i've ever seen right out of like a michael whelan painting it's gorgeous speaking of birds we have early bird pricing for nexus hey this ends this coming friday june fifteenth so you could save one third of the cost on a three day ticket which i recommend that you do because we have wonderful lectures on sunday as well including lecture i will be giving so don't miss that early bird also implies to student tickets which are already over half off so if you're a student you have no excuse you really should come to nexus yeah i'll be talking about during the science based medicine day i'm gonna give my talk on muddy thinking about clean eating my wife came up with that title but she did so that's about you comes in handy she doesn't handy that'd be on the friday at nexus science based medicine includes steve novella harriet hall david gorski and a special guest michael marshall of the good thinking society coop all the way from the uk on land of the lost no no no with holly steve you're doing a panel on medical marijuana yes that's correct oh to get high before the panel so you know what you're talking about i can help you with that that is wow we have other panels throughout the weekend we have one sicom meets me too that's with kiosk maria who the hell of shale her livia kospi and virginia hughes.

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"kospi" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"kospi" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Got one foam down let's straight up go for it with all these little side stories i don't think all of them work there's one in particular that just really makes me roll my eyes but overall i think the action of this is generally pretty exciting and these characters that in some cases i really love and i think the film mostly does right by them i think in some ways there's some as this improves on it like i don't think mystique never really saw from me as an interesting character in the comics but is one of the most interesting character in these movies and nicely played rebecca remains statements you know with stainless still famous still stay that that make up well basically being nude onset can't have been the easiest thing for her so cheers yeah there are a couple of points where again not sure i agree with the singers camera placement for instance there's a sequence that takes place around a fire where magneto is going into some detail about things that are very important to the characters and the framing is basically his head and her breasts his head in her breast kind of looming over his head and it's really distracting i don't know i would have liked maybe a little more of her philosophy a little less for boobs but i'm not the fourteen year old boy that you know superhero comics are most directly that there's a little more pandering to that audience in this film than there are in the later marble films to agreed but is that a problem i guess it like there are shots where i find it distracting but for the most of the full thrust of the film this doesn't feel like film that's talking down to its audience i mean i don't know i i know keith is a comics fan i know i'm sitting here in genevieve kospi's apartment which is full up to the brand of comic books it's you have feelings about these characters apart from the film's new.

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