19 Burst results for "Lart"
"lart" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"I nuke them in the microwave, the chips at them very soft. But if you were not too worried about that, you dump Ortega Sauce all over him. Pretty good. My most intense in my life. From refried bean was to kill the drunk and I. You know whenever you get to a certain level we're not like blacked out but you're like Brown a little bit and you have you know you need to eat something before you go to sleep I had an entire can of just refried beans and Tortilla chips and the next morning when I threw up, it was like back in. was back in like a long sausage form again. You know if you pop the top off Cana refried beans and put it on top of your burner while you're still and you turn the burner on, it's slowly rises out of the can in perfect shape. Just, a fun Oh next up is cons. Just, quickly chapters to go back very quickly to your. Your first choice there for A. Chicken Potpie. Sorry I. There's there's a person that I love with who won't their moves is they come home late from the Lart. Very, very intoxicated. It's fire up chicken pot pie that usually happens though if we're at my parents house because we don't carry them in our house, but anyway, you should. We should we should start. I'M GONNA go to Campbell's chunky soup no free ads. How many can you gotta eat like three hands though for to even what your whistle? That's fair. One Canada chocolate soup that ain't shit. Yeah. But I feel like you get a case like what could cost Michael like twelve dollars yeah. Not much not much. Kyle you going to go with Jimmy Dean? Sausage sandwiches with the biscuit. Going breath. Is Good old. Times of the day. actually might be one of the best answers that you could possibly have it here. That's a Rolls Royce of answers. Thank you. All right and then. I go again. All right pulling out one out of the archives here. Really Special I'm surprised I haven't been taken yet. Lumber dogs affiliate. Go with. My favorite hotdog concoction lumber dogs. It's. Now affiliate lumber dog is like a Hawaiian role with you chop up hotdogs like Lincoln logs and great is that a new development that is the Hawaiian real. It's that kind of super cheap. You're not doing it on a nice. We'll call Hawaiian rolls cheap. That's like the rose rose. I thinking about potato bread. Even still anyway you chop hot dogs like Lincoln logs and you build a sort of little cabin on the bread you cover it in warm lukewarm macaroni salad manny's up mustard Ban Philadelphia treat as long as yeah, and then you cry As negroes? Kate. O. CONS CON's. All right. I'M GONNA go, peanut butter, and Jelly. Okay. So fancy make sandwiches and the Philly. Joey on my list but I went with toasted peanut butter jelly with crunchy peanut butter and plane lay's chips in the middle. Okay. Wash it all down with a glass of OJ as. Fisher or chocolate milk. Kate Jameson. Sometimes we just said, fuck it who are not eating tonight and we blackout. appropriate. All right..
"lart" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"One just turned White House is is Robert and they only have three fingers matching anything cold so what and then the other. One is the the hedgehog sonic felt so bad. What what we named him. And how did he die stopping them? 'cause kids get bored of kids get bullied hedgehogs and they stop feeding hedgehogs boring in my son. Fast. The curtain my son's been feeding his His bearded dragon though pretty religious law. That's cool yeah. I hope we don't get any hate mail because of that child who hasn't had him. You run the wrong way though. You know problems there the rats with spikes whatever she had board. They do kids do so. This was submitted. I Jeff on twitter. I can't pronounce his last name but he wants. Brendan to react to Canada. Accidentally banding Black Rifle Coffee Company. Why because all our rifle ban? They didn't know it was a coffee company based black rifle and they banned. It said today. Not Coffee at the end of that black rifle B. R. C. Fifteen B. and they think black rifle. They don't assume that shooting discussions with the killed. Jesus Christ I it was driving around with AK47 or some kind of assault Ripe Justin Trudeau. Yeah he's he's go ahead it you'll have to get your Dick Canada whatever they want but he tends to be super pro shut down forever but maybe I'm wrong. I don't know That's a mistake. The shelter black rifle okay. So this photo was posted onto read. Apparently a mom got bored and put fake nails her notice. That was baby hands. I thought they kind of cute. And they're mad at critic nails on the baby. Yeah we don't know for sure if it's actually glued on the way meals are but a lot of people are because one it's unsanitary to have acrylic nails and to the baby will scratch the hell out of its face. Yeah Yeah I assume the mom you know I used to and then I got them taken out. Yeah I like the I like. You wouldn't girls have that kind of nail and short. It's just thinks it's sexier and I think it's cleaner and like the college dirt dirt under the. These women are very concerned and they're rightfully concerned. I'm concerned this paper will poker out. It was like how fun bombs all some dumb people and of course throughout Boras is respond. Which is kind of silly? I think that was taken. The picture was taken and the they were immediately taken off dangerous to anyone. That's bigger worries in the world. In this all know that that baby would probably all that nail so no mom's not that stupid hopefully but then also a five steals a car to go by Lambert so cute Joe Bitch East Five? Yeah and he was on the highway highway but I wonder the reason why was Brima about the nails. Okay Hannah just tell you why I think that is the only way a woman should have their nails as like her because when they do this when they do that they do that for a long time right you have to wear your nails that long for like two three weeks right show. Let Me Talk. Just one pocket. Let Your fucking guests talk. I'm sorry I'm sorry I was looking at that. Keep God's biter sorry and the now come on man when they wear their nails. That long yes. Does anyone ever think when they wipe their asshole? How do they hold the toll? Oh has done your nails no you. How do you hold the toilet paper holder with your brother? Nope no own take the toilet paper. You wrap around your whole entire hand. That's how wipe they're assholes. Yes well that's a problem. Well that's your entire hand is covered in toilet paper and then girls with long for your meals. Have to wrap through hand in. Wipe their ass. They're using like I would say I'm not getting a good wife. Tore. You're not getting over role on one white. Yeah you're not getting a good white really. You're doing that if you're doing this. Which they're doing this and you're wiping you're just smearing it. You need each individual finger to really really well nippy late crannies is really stuck and then on top of that the acrylic now kind of goes like our out so they separate you they need. You need water. You need to Rub your the shower next though gotta go into show got long nails keeping keeping Washer shot. Nurses have acrylic nails hug. We learned something about how. Come on man now. I didn't find Lart now. Don't smart right. I Q what you're always smarter than episode where he was like. He called imbecile. Infants infants infants my favorite. You're smart you are. You're a bit of a fan favorite. I'll give you that much. The people like him keynote massage. The bottom of your thoughts country. I pushed his. Hey I push and pull the hey. Hey Hey listen.
Coronavirus corrections and the rise of remote work
"Let's talk about the markets. There's no avoiding this. If you track technology if you track startups venture capital all that good stuff you see what happens to the public markets and in the last couple of days. It's been a complete shellacking. I think it's pretty much the only way to put it. We haven't seen declines at this magnitude in some time and it's gotten everyone in the talking about what's going on and what might happen next. Danny just giving you a gut check to the listeners. And all of our friends out there. How surprised are you by this eventual and kind of finally happened moment in the US stock market completely? Not surprised I mean I I I. We're not allowed to actively trade but I did trade my 401k portfolio into a money market fund. Like two weeks ago. So I'm quite pleased with the The the choice I actually sold at literally the peak a couple of weeks ago and so so I feel vindicated like my. My retirement is secure all five hundred dollars of it. I was GONNA say this is not actually a show designed to. Let's Brag but I'll give you three points for that one. I'm doing the old fashioned like long term investing. Keep your money where it is. Let it do whatever thing. So we'll see who's right in the end for people just catching up though if you're not active in the US stock market stocks have fallen tremendously over ten percent last couple of days and that was is really been kind of following the US news cycle so as the corona virus. The kind of thing that has come out of the disease world. I'm not a doctor that's best. I can do has become more prevalent both internationally closing more borders impacting more economies heritage anymore trade routes and also popping up here at home. Concern has risen. Also we're beginning to see impacts of the lengthy shuttering of large parts of China reflect it in trade and supply chain disruptions companies like Microsoft booking holdings which ones booking dot com and utanics have highlighted issues in their revenue and earnings coming up so the the slowdown is here after weeks of talking about any kind of expecting it and finally Goldman which you've all heard of they forecasted that. Us companies will have zero growth in twenty twenty which is pretty damning because growth is kind of what powers the stock market's expansion and that's kind of the the bad news. Sas companies are also taking a hit any. Am I missing any Any bad news here. Obviously people are dying Thousands of people are being marooned hundreds of millions in China and around. The world have been quarantined so those are the headlines but I I think what's interesting is is. There's there's two patterns here one is I want to focus in on zoom or let's call Zoom Zoom Zoom. The video conferencing software. That also helps us. Equity is having the best time of its Goddamn effing life so they they have doubled the stock value in just the last couple of weeks from the low sixty S in early December to about one hundred fourteen as a recording the show so eighty eighty dollars per cent and its market. Cap is now at almost thirty. Two billion dollars and I I I'm kind of annoyed by this. But it's Kinda funny just to point out that therefore pe ratio is four hundred. Thirty five right now and to Yahoo Finance has them as overvalued but I do think I do think the virus I mean the upshot of this is that because all the flights are being canceled. You know a ton of conferences. We just heard today that F. Eight the big facebook developer's conference were hearing. People are pulling out of the game developers conference. Sf next month GTC. There's even talk about Tokyo Olympics later this summer possibly being cancelled. I think we're actually going to see a huge gift around remote work. We talk about remote work. We've seen a lot of companies in recent justed around in a company. That's doing like remote conferences. But I think the virus is really going to force companies and decision makers to really ask like. Do you need to fly to do the sales meeting? Do you need to fly to this conference to learn something? Do you need to drive to a seminar and I? I do think we're going to see a shift in the economy where people go actually remote. We're Kinda works okay. We're we have tools and and and it's changed a lot last decade. Yeah I mean won't people might not know this but tech crunch itself as relatively remote I organization and my work history has been majority remote. I worked for with the next web for my first four years as a journalist and they were based in Amsterdam and I was in Chicago and then SF. I never went to the actual office once in that time period so to me this is relatively normal but I think for a lot of folks. He's always been discussed point. Not a re- realize reality so I'll be curious to see if that does work up. Certainly zoom other future of products and other companies. That kind of service people that are not in the same room might do well. I would say given zooms rapid value appreciation that racine's active trading as opposed to fundamental value. But certainly it's a stock to keep in mind if you haven't caught up on what's going on with red at Wall Street beds and the Stock Market. Take a look. It's kind of fun if you WANNA get a window into how the chat rooms of the nineties that helped pump stocks have now turned into semi closed at four. It's quite adventure zoom. I'm not saying it's part of that pump and dump world but it reminds me of some of the value appreciation. We've seen at other stocks that have him in the last couple of months. I think you know this is a question around Tesla. We brought up in a bunch of other stocks. Might take away from that is if you're trading over the counter OTC stocks penny stocks. Okay fine there's not a lot of liquidity. You can actually do a lot on the ticket and whatnot stocks. Let's zoom as an example thirty two billion market CAP company. You have to have a lot of money to move that share price one way or the other. If you're maybe maybe everyone's long and therefore like almost no one's willing to to sell and so therefore your your price gets kind of moved higher and higher but my my assumption is that that's not true and certainly for most of these big tech companies like Microsoft near trillion dollar market cap company. Like ain't no one can you. Can you can be you know. Warren Buffett Go. I'm going to buy the whole stock and the stock price will early move. That's the scale. I think we're talking about love the shares so it might change as the Margaret hits volatility and and whatnot but to me. It was blown way out of proportion. Well I hope so. That would mean there's less manipulation the stock market in values and more reasonable. So let's hope you're right but it is a fun story regardless but let's move along away from the main public markets to talk about a company that wants to join public company world which door dash after quite a long time of hearing to this company will go public kind of a needed win for both. Softbank And the Vision Fund Jordache filed confidentially to go public. And Danny. I want you to tell us the difference between filing to go public and filing privately to go public yes for companies that are under about a billion in revenue the jobs act plenty twelve allows startups to file basically there s one without having to do it publicly so generally speaking in the process you file publicly which means you literally to the web and then the SEC gives you feedback on that dock. You might make changes some some individual if you remember like what was a community adjusted revenue or some of these may not it was community adjusted so it was adjusted. Eba which is already super chested. Right brave ever GonNa give back on that. This purchase designed to encourage companies to go public earlier at least get feedback on there. S ones and to do it in such way like if if the numbers don't turn out well or some things get blocked by the SEC. You have time to sort of recover without kind of embarrassing yourself in public. The reason we actually find out about most of these confidential s ones that the bankers know that they're going to become real public wants and so the file confidentially then leaked to the press and go. Gee someone somewhere has filed something things about this one. Why would the companies do this? Well if you let these file privately when they're smaller it lets them a decrease in the amount of risk they take on making the on ramp to public markets have been easier and the number of companies has fallen sharply in the last. I forget the timeframe like ten twenty years. So this is a way to help. Bolster that number again and also with if you recall back to Osama's private IPO file or private direct listing filing. I guess technically they are putting out press releases saying we've done this. So they're they're filing privately telling you publicly they will go public but it's private for now and that's very twenty twenty but it's also. Kinda key dynamic to understand you look at the IPO market for this year. Now announcing your stealth fundraise. Yes very much like saying we have cool things over here. You may not see them. You're exactly it's the it's the sneaker drop it's yes it's the sneaker. That's the thing when shoes come out for a short period of time. I'm not cool. I turned thirty. I lost all ability to have coolness anymore. Now We're both in our thirties. Now which I think means that will never be cool again on door dash though Danny mentioned that if you have less than a certain amount of revenue you can file privately. Keep in mind that door dashes right about the sides so we have a suspicion that this was kind of the end of the time period in which they could file privately. Because they're about to be to Lart so let's get into the numbers and talk a little bit about what we have here. The company is worth around thirteen billion. But which is a large number not the most valuable private companies have ever seen we work at its Peak Uber Pre IPO. Those were both larger but certainly a decca corn and evaluate company. The company was valued at one point. Four billion in two thousand eighteen to give you understand how fast it's appreciated in value and that is driven by tons and tons of private capital often come in through the lens started after lengthy accounts of Division Fund but the company has attracted capital firm Kleiner and sequoia throughout its history. So a lot of backers. Put a lot of money this company for different reasons at different stages. But it's welland and it has some comps so we're not talking about a company completely abstract Danny. Just run us through some quickly and then we'll talk about its results. Yeah so I think the the the big cop here is so you know Oberlin public. We now have a lot of data from ubereats which is one of its sub business lines but in Q. Four thousand nine hundred ending December.
"lart" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In northwest Turkey, and Airbus, A three thirty was deliberately sunk and Sarah spe the ninety ton. Former passenger plane is the world's largest airplane to be submerged to attract scuba divers to the area when he to let us news. It is twelve oh five at the bay. Area's news station. KCBS mostly sunny skies with mild to warm temperatures expected throughout the afternoon today. Good afternoon. Rather I'm Melissa call Ross. And here's what's happening California. Soon may follow the lead of Nevada in prohibiting employers from using a positive drug test to deny most perspective, employees, job, KCBS, Bob Butler reports, shorting January, first Nevada employers can no longer deny you most jobs. If you test positive for using marijuana, that's not the case in California. Lag a little bit behind. You know, I had introduced marijuana legalizing marijuana legislation. A few years ago and say with an uphill fight. But, you know, Finally, I think we've had some enlightenment around the issue. Tom Jano says it makes sense recreational marijuana is legal. Right. Of people to use marijuana for medical reasons. No certified medical, and they should not be discriminated again. So hopefully, we will picks up the time no pun intended. This does not apply for police officers firefighters EMT's and most driving jobs. They were very smart about this. And, you know, hopefully, this'll be a teaching moment to where some of the midst around there will be debunked, but Butler, KCBS passengers can expect to see more. Police officers, patrolling trains and stations thanks to money allocated in the transit agencies new budget. KCBS Carrie Hodousek reports lart spokesperson. Alicia tro says. Twenty twenty budget approved this week is designed to make the system safer with the addition of nineteen new police officers, and.
Huge scale of mental health problems in emergenciesisbigger than a decade ago: WHO
"An Akhara MOU with your news, mental health problems are used in conflict or emergency settings with more than one in five people affected the World, Health Organization, or WHO said in a new report after reviewing data from thirty nine countries and territories, the UN health agency estimates that one in ten vulnerable people as a moderate to severe mental disorder which can be life threatening in an interview with you. And uses Daniel Johnson, w Dr Mark von Meran outlines the findings describes. What's being done to help sufferers, including in war torn Syria, so refined that one in five people is immersing, she's have meant to health condition, and it almost one in ten have moderate to severe mental health condition, and that means that there's a need for much more investment in into healthcare in emergencies in culture testings. And in the years after as that these rates are high in the first ten years after the call. And so, tell me how these figures compare with what you found ten years ago, the last time that the World Health Organization looked into this issue. We found that the numbers are higher ten years ago, we estimated that three to four percent of petition would have a severe mental disorder into last year. But now, we say more than five percents of any given amount of time, she you think fell one percent for Bessis other big fish, huge. We talking here about one hundred and thirty two people in need humanitarian aid. So everything of percents has added. That's an enormous amount of people to serve, and how many conflict areas, did he manage to access we review data from thirty nine countries and territories to establish these new estimates, give me an example, a concrete example, in your report, you do talk about Syria? And you say that despite will than eight years of wool, many countries, including Syria, have captured. Allies. Don't emergency situations to build better mental health systems in Syria before the war. I visited there and there were only mental services available in the capital ended in that both were the two largest cities, and there were services were offered through lart mental hospitals now, after the war started. There was a need for bringing services. Go to the people people could have kicked personal account travel, a second of all the kind of problems they have, you know, DVD's in a mental hospital. So what happened was that w two partners started to make mental health available in the time we healthcare services, so right now in Syria all the functioning primary healthcare services and health bills General Hospital services, but trying to percents of those services, there's right now, meant healthcare available that is done enough between eight hundred percent much more affect, but it's a lot more than we have before. So that means that right now and people living near those services. They have access to mental health care. I'm just wondering first. How do you spot those with mental health problems that perhaps, aren't as obvious as signs of trauma, physical trauma? And what happens if you don't treat these people what is going to happen? Afterwards went on headed meant mental health, follow or not have meant telephone is often visible. I mean, there are mental, folks very obvious the neck on the ones mentality. Mentality very much related to functioning. So people don't function of severe mental health problems if they have more difficulties functioning and different in versus you have more difficulties to survive, we do know what helps doesn't help so group counseling, interventions that individuals interventions we promote community self help we promote and the evidence for combination of psychological, social and medical process, so medicine, you need to be edible in primary care for severe problems they need to have the option of having more medical care, but the bulk of care can be done through community, interventions. Unless question t- to that, number and was there anything surprising in your research that came out of your work I was surprised at the rates verifies percent, five percent of people have severe mental folks. It's just an enormous number. And I would have expected to be lower.
"lart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Ready for the biggest game in blues franchise history. Good afternoon. I'm Alex cable news time to four. Eighty four degrees, downtown at the arch a full check of the forecast to six but I a couple of traffic notes. Looks like there's a stalled vehicle sixty four forty westbound offramp onto the free thousand block of market street. That's slowing things down. Also three seventy westbound at seventy you've got an accident taking up the left lane there, the voice of the blues. Chris Kerber is reminding fans today to just take it all to believe that they could end it tonight. There's reasons to believe that this is going seven. And you just have to enjoy that, right? All the way through cover told came Alexis Mike Claiborne on sports on a Sunday morning. His dad is a big reason for that mentality going back to the nineteen eighty five National League champion cardinals being awful the next year. Never forgot that lesson because I go to any sporting event, enjoy the moment. And frankly, I've been that way since November with this team. So you're right. In the end biggest back and you look at it, you put it all into perspective. But there hasn't been a whole lot of wasted time on the old. What if scenario cover says the what if scenarios, rob, you of the moment reminder for those of you heading downtown this afternoon and evening? The official watch party starts on market street at three minutes free. There are TV's up and down market street as well as some of the surrounding parks, our coverage on cable experts at five o'clock. Buck drops a little after seven charges being filed in property damage case motivated by discrimination in Sioux. Lart Thirty-three-year-old, Charles patent of Salem, annoy accused of trying to break in and vandalize a home in the thirteen hundred block of Sydney, shouting, homophobic, slurs home surveillance camera showed a man kicking the door and shouting slurs. Just before midnight, may twenty fourth bond for patents set at fifty thousand dollars partly cloudy, the rest of this afternoon, slight chance of showers with a daytime high right around eighty four partly cloudy overnight with low around sixty four right now. Eighty four downtown at.
"lart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tom, and John Sharon, thank you so much greatly. Appreciate monday. We're watching news Boeing we haven't seen anything in the last twenty minutes or so John Farrell. There's the bedding in England on football. What's the right now that manual arsenal? Catch Totten him. Oh. Questions. That's quite interesting. Four and the are failing. Well, there's the odds there in betting on English football believe it or not there are odds on a China tariff deal Henrietta trays joins us doing economic research for Veda. We're thrilled that she could join us this morning from New Orleans. Just explain your China tariffs. Odds tracker right now if you're having a good Cup of coffee with the president mar-a-lago Henrietta, what would your odds tractor tell the president right now. Checker would tell the president that the street very much wants to see the tariffs come off as you know, we've got two hundred and fifty billion some odd tariffs on Chinese imports. And the administration hasn't taken Eddie tariffs off of any nations at all since Trump took office in two thousand seventeen. So the stock market is wildly mistake. I'd say with like sixty to seventy percent of investors we speak with expecting for tariffs to come off. Whenever President Trump. The president Xi have their signing ceremony. But folks in DC trade circles and those familiar with the talks indicate that at a minimum era rather at best. We'd probably see a little portion a small piece of the tariffs come off. Right. Not nearly the overarching basket the streets looking for what I love about your research Veda is you use the word enforcement John Farrell. My colleague mentioned this time after time after time is there any indication of enforcement with any kind of say saving. There's a couple of things that you would see our life Heiser, the main negotiator here. Who's walks up through a couple of ideas? Anything is going to be over a specific time. Horizon that's made a Tory. And I think I think the street overlooks at quite a bit enforcement the way it's shaping up right now is going to have sort of three tiered structure where once a month, the low level trade negotiators get together showed any issues that the business community might have and try to come up with a solution. And then two months after that, they'll have the second highest trade ministers get together and see one of their spend any progress, and then every six months on a Gulf dollar basis likely for at least the duration the President Trump's term USC our life Heiser and his counterpart in China, you are going to get together and see whether or not there's been any progress made on any I p theft issues or enforcement mechanisms sports technology transfer mechanisms and if there has not been suitable. Progress made they will flat more tariffs on China. Henry I to way enforcement mechanism or a one way right now, the US is looking exclusively for one way mechanism in China is essentially throwing President Trump's words right back in his face and saying, hey, we want their reciprocal trade. That means that if you guys do something we want to be able to do something back to you. Are they gonna get that? I sincerely doubt. It isn't that going to hold up the whole thing. I would argue that it has held up the whole thing we've been here for a year. Now, they're supposed to get a deal back in December. To deal in January. And now here we are all March you're like a breadth of fresh air on a Monday morning. Henry nutrition. Can you provide an English what John Farrow, and I should look for in the next ten days on our vaunted trade negotiations. You wanna see really is some trial balloons? I wanna see the administration in China throw out some ideas. What I see historically is that when you've got a deal, that's really percolating you start to throw ideas out. So you can sort of. So six years three years two years for any kind of joint venture ownership levels things. Like that. Just just rough numbers. How many tons of soybeans? Are you gonna bike? Give me a rough estimate. You know, you're not to be clear you're not seeing that right now. Correct. Which is why we said last week, you know, it doesn't look like they're gonna make this mar a Lago meeting in late March. Well, we look forward John door next road trip to New Orleans to meeting with you in the French quarter and do come on down. We should that'd be a lot of. That was great. I mean, Henrietta trays the charm of her folks, absolute straight talk on beltway, the blather, you know. She's just she's no it's Dan that to line too late weekly roller skate down there. Yes. They might do. They probably do it could do a radio show from today. Yeah. Is brilliant jump Searle Hendra trace. Thank you for beta, really, really smart. And there'll be a lot more of this is well as we try to get to some form of agreement on trade with all the news. That's going on this morning here. Really don't know where that is. But Nick lart, but you know, this is what we like to do Nick Lardy car Weinberg and Amrita trace on China and trade gives you a set of different opinions about we're we're we're heading Nick Lardy. Here's very kind about. Liz academy has repeatedly strikes back the end of economic reform in China. It's actually a brutal book. I think I might want to read it. This is Nick. Come.
"lart" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"How are you? Great thanks for taking my call today. Certainly you are someone who has an appreciation for special things are that kind of stuff. And I just want you to know is we talk about this. I have no art side to me at all. So I'll do the best. My husband grew from there. Okay. So what's the story? Well, my husband and I were on a trip and we came across an opportunity to begin collecting smart. We saw some things that we really liked and had the opportunity to purchase them. So we did. And when we came home, we realized well, you know, Lord forbid, our house burned down. We've got an investment in these things. Not only do we like him. But they are there. There's an investment into into having news items lart in your home. So we knew we needed to get them insured. And so we contacted our homeowner's insurance. And like, yeah. Just under the appraisal sheets, you have and we'll get them added on there. And you know, it was you know, a learning curve. Are we just increasing? Our homeowner's insurance. Or is this a separate policy we need and for right now. It's a separate policy that they decided to get us. They didn't keep it as part of our homeowner's insurance. Right. And that's that's not unusual. And so what happens with a homeowner's insurance policy is your there's contents coverage but coverage under contents that is for jewelry and art in most policies is puny. So as an example, if somebody really loves really nice jewelry you have to buy separate.
"lart" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"People found a way to kill themselves at nine thirteen on Sunday morning when you say partially ejected. Does that mean body parts we were talking about that? Would you rather be ejected or partially objective in the in the description? I don't know which is worse. They both sound like a bad scene. Partially objected. Sounds like something went fly. Yeah. There's there's something going on there. I really don't want to be a part of. So we have to divert up north a little bit. Because there are now contractors say to California's hired contractors as well as some of the insurance companies to start the clean-up at paradise, California, the so-called campfire, and well, you know, people this time of year, they need work it sound like you're doing a deep background investigation. But at least you could hope that maybe the workers don't sit in the wreckage of your house and make fun of your dead kitty, but you'd be wrong if you thought that and here's here's the story from up north contractors paid to help clean up the campfire burn zone have been fired. This comes after offensive pictures posted online sparked outrage from the paradise community. Reporter Steve lart has the details. The photos were posted on Facebook showing several workers on burned-out property, mocking the destruction they were being paid to clean up. One photo shows the body of a cat. She killed in the fire with a beer bottle placed by mouth care. What what the hell? And then you put that on Facebook. That's let's go back to Steve large who's up? There were posted on Facebook showing several workers on burned out property, mocking the destruction. They were being paid to clean up. One photo shows the body of a cat killed in the fire with a beer bottle placed by mouth the post also include offensive captions. A paradise city spokesperson tells CBS thirteen police are now looking into whether the photo show evidence of laws broken like trespassing the company responsible for the crew in the photos fired. Three employees connected to the online post-saturday big crane and rigging issued a statement reading. We have identified three participants in this abort event and their employment has been terminated. So I did they get lucky that trespassing thing these guys their job was to actually clean up. All this stuff. But it is a private company. So they can fire you for whatever reason. But the the the weird thing about this is that. The it's it's it's a public place. But then again, you'd be trespassing if I don't know where the cat was. But if you walked into someone's foundation, and and sat in a burned-out launcher like these guys were doing, and you didn't have authority to be there that would be trespassing so. And so I don't know that whoever did live there if that was their cat. It's been the fires. What a m- three four weeks almost been like a month. But so if that was if you recognize the pictures, you say that's our house and that Saturday whole putting a beer Campbell. You're dead cat. Yeah. You'd be pretty pissed you you'd be fairly pissed not exactly a red banner day for that particular company in in that case in could he we have a the murder possibly domestic violence incident. We will get to it. And also another one in Lamberto, the movies and more stuff. It's it's all local. And apparently right now, I guess we'll do this real maybe for the next half hour hashtag have you seen a free comet if you look east if you have a clear horizon looking east apparently close to the horizon is he so-called Christmas comet that has a a really specific dorky name. So let's just call it the Christmas comet, but evidently right now, you can see it, and it will be back in a month. But if if you can identify it. I would be curious to see what that looks like. And so you can put a put it at at dark secret place on the Twitter machine, or at KFI hashtag have you seen a free comet, but it says close to the horizon, and if you're in LA, then and you look east you're going to notice some very large geologic formations that scientists call mountains, and they're going to be in the way, it is as close to the horizons are saying if you're up in the av or you're up in. In the ninety nine you can put down the meth pipe and the look east and CVC comment. And here's the thing. Just in case, you don't know. Okay. It's not visibly in motion. It is far far away. It will not actually be like Kershaw fastball. Which which meaning meaning it fades in the later games. I mean, it's actually like a streak like a brush stroke. In in the United skies have a clear night sky, and you can identify it Senator hashtag have you seen the free comment. All right. We'll be back right after this. With murderer mayhem super local Sunday. Wear tall on KFI AM, six forty. More stimulating talk. Michael should pay. When the news marijuana producers here in California, you're seeing a higher percentage of their products clear strict safety tests sales of recreational marijuana in the states started in January of this year testing required by state law started in July officials say the first two months of testing resulted in about a twenty percent failure rate, and they say that that has dropped a fourteen percent now is the market adapts to these regulations. Questions have arisen about the integrity of testing after a lab and Sacramento suddenly closed. The state says it found the lab was falsifying test results. Alab claims faulty equipment failed to check for twenty two of the sixty six pesticides banned by California. Police are investigating a possible hate crime and on. Stereo? The victim says that he was attacked around one thirty on Wednesday by a black man in the afternoon. A p watt grill on north mountain avenue. Say what happened? Why did you push me you're saying it was your fault? You're the one that hit me and identified man says that he was body slammed after ordering in Spanish and the suspect insulted him using Bulger racist language investigators looking at security, but it's to find out who the attacker wasn't officials say the case will be turned over to the San Bernardino county DA's office for review after the investigation. Police in Japan, say more than forty people have been hurt in an explosion at a restaurant in Sapporo from the scene shows that restaurant on fire the CEO and co founder of H Q trivia has died. TMZ reports calling crawl has died from an apparent overdose of drugs, crawls girlfriend, call police earlier today to have them check on him since she was able to unable to get a hold of him. Cops say they found crawled his bedroom with drug paraphernalia nearby. He was thirty five.
"lart" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"And then they know, and it's like can be fun. There can be like, and then they can play music on the tunnel. And they can have pictures their friends and kids on the tunnel. That's nice. I can elephant graveyard kind of thing. It's like the end of big fish, which is great and appropriate. Folks, that's going to do for us this week. Thank you so much for joining us. We always love having a year. And we I also want to say thank you to K rallying for paying for the sponsored episode. We should've mentioned that. But he like your support means a lot. Yeah. We've done we've done sponsored episodes in the past. But none were we've explicitly said not to patronize the product that has given us money to sponsor. So this isn't unique way of doing things. And thank you J K for the support. We also want to say, thanks the maximum fund network for having us as part of their extended podcasting family. We have a newsletter you can sign up for at bit dot L Y for its lash McElroy male. It's not a pyramid scheme, which is really important. A lot of people have have asked us about that. And it's not we're not sure who keeps saying we've seen buzzing about it in the blogosphere parents yacht not appearance scheme. Oh, hey, we will have another episode of our annual eternal podcast of son of a gun. Lart will arrive on American thanksgiving as it has every year, and we'll continue to until the end of linear time, it will be the fourth episode of the show, which means that we're going to be watching the film Pall Mall cop to with our friends. Tevin guy y'all I bought it on Blu Ray site. I'm still renting it straight up guy guys in India. I have no idea how we're going to get all this together. But it will it will be there on Thanksgiving Day. And we hope you enjoy it till death to us sport is the name of that. I didn't give the hard plug till? Bart. Subscribe. Now, there's four sorry. Three episodes to catch up on. Yeah. Let's see what else. Thanks, John Rodrick and long winters theme. Song departure out the putting days to bed. Great album. Great song. Great, dude. Great vibes. We've got our show is coming up in Austin and Denver. So make sure you send those questions in now with Denver or Austin in the subject line. Let's wrap it up. Rapid transit. We're good. You're the one who does it though. So like, what are you waiting? So yours a final. Yahoo. This was sending by bream McNeil. Thank you breeds. Yahoo. Answers user Sierra who asks. Explain Keenan and Cal. What is back? I'm Travis McElroy
"lart" Discussed on The 45th
"It'd be a going forward basis kind of thing. But who knows who knows who knows? Okay. Okay. Just two point onto this is not just an American thing. If we needed more of a sign this worldwide crisis. We have battles. Yeah. Have brazil. Let's let's talk a little bit about this new president in Brazil. What's his name Jerrell snarl? So he is a complete right wing nut. He's an outright fascist. He is an IRA fascist. Yeah. He's horrible. Apparently like literally since the day. He was elected like the very next day. He ordered law enforcement the military to raid. Universities over there to basically anything that talks about fascism. Any kind of lectures, any talks any kind of curriculum anything like that's been stripped of it there. No, it's like immediately. I mean, there's no greater sign your fascists than the first thing you go after is any kind of educational material cautioning against fascism. But what do you know about his history? Basically, I know that he was concerned to ludicrous big earth that he got media. Attention was put on TV play. Just how ludicrous. He was Jesus. That's backfired. Backward. He has said some really despicable things. And they're not they're not coming to mind right now. But I've read them in. But horrified I remember this was actually before the election. I was like there's this is that SIS, no. He can't be elected. I mean stuff that was I think he's much bigot. He's our T. He's he's every bad thing that Trump is buyers to be, oh, he had said that he told a woman, I wouldn't rape you because you're not like raped worthy said, basically. Right. That's true too. Right. And and I think Trump congratulated him at his retreat. Trump was very excited. The has now another fascist on the bench. I mean, look at Trump's been friends with like heat mill China now we're having speeds west, but he Myers the Chinese style leadership in my North Korean file leadership. He admires lart I'd say, say. yeah. Philippines. Those are has people NBS Saudi. I'm sure Trump is like man, I wish I could kill and dismember journalists. I wanted this story unfolded yesterday afternoon..
"lart" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"I'm not sure I'm not so sure he's on the Porter's gods are pointing today. God bless the midwest. God bless the the folks that are just like. Some cheesy potatoes of I God also tells go to state no else. It sounds like to stay fans know that you you apologize. You don't need apologize. Like, that's that's what the team team is Mike dumb. Yeah. We're we're we're ruined for him. He stayed. He's he's going to he's going to do big things shall we say auto burger one time because I feel like he is also burger DJ. Mike dumb was eating a lot of auto burgers. And that's all I got fed. That's right, boom comes full circle number forty four moving on Iowa State a team that had its worst season in fifteen years. They went on a run like the post Pfizer Jamaal Tinsley. What have you Hoiberg comes in? They they go on this run for I don't know semi. And all these guys seven eight years. Whatever it was the best run in Iowa State basketball hippie seventeen is the year, right? That we think about Hilton magic is pop in everything is great 2017 the end up giving done. John Burton gives Caleb wanting again the business in this this Sweet Sixteen second round the second round. And they end up losing to Purdue. But yeah, anyway, I was state goes on this great run. They lose basically all the guys from that team in last year. They have their worst season in about fifteen years. But this year, they have Linda Wiggins and back who might be one of the three top top seven top nine top of. Eighteen. No, he's probably one of the top five point guard. Right. In college basketball. I'm comfortable saying that pro-life like pro prospect. Yeah, he's one of the best point guards from said that I mean, basically this team last year he said we're going to win. I've got no doubt about that. I'm not going to sit here and keep analyzing last season to be honest with you, which I like because they kept asking him about being on the hot seat, and what happened last year that he he bobs symbol on the head. But the stick and semi goes to the mid and black. He just kept trying to like hits the stick with Simba. What the fuck, dude? Why would you do that? And he goes, it doesn't matter. It's in the past. There you dago. That's what prompts said all the media there, and they're like, well, can you answer the question Shaq, a guy that we jokingly thought was going to be on the team last year because I thought he was he'd been in Virginia. Graduate transfer is not it is sit out last year. So now, they have Mariel Shaoxing. Remember for Virginia probably like their third best score. When he was he was the guy that can get bus one of those guys that like, I was state fans should be excited to have him. But Virginia fans also should be totally fine. With losing their Virginia fans were like, oh, man. She transferred. Oh. The only please. But that's not to say he's a bad play. It was just like he was he kind of wore out his welcome. He also. Yes. He tony. Benn h. Frustrating for Virginia system. But I think he's gonna actually do I was stationed there should be excited about that. They returned three guys who scored ten ten plus points per game last year. Cameron lard is that one of the guys in Cameron lart. Nice evening if not a great last name, but a good basketball player. So he'll magic we're we're ready to bring magic back. They're not gonna win. The big twelve Kansas is going to win the bay twelve as they do. But I was stayed. This is this is a big year. They're turning the corner. They kind of they had that run with the Hoiberg..
"lart" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Example somebody passed along this is in the clear lake area of California where all, those fires are just this past week Guy who killed his whole family now he was previously deported illegal alien came back into the, country multiple. Times, right that's the sort of. Story you wanna highlight if you're trying to make your. Argument for this sort of thing I think yeah. I would agree you don't you. Don't need people coming into your country illegally period doesn't matter what you have to have a system Ridiculous any the fact that anything needs to be said beyond, that? Just makes me sad slash crazy we gotta get to what does this guy call himself I want to get. To the. Story, he his self he's calling. Himself flirt that is actually he's calling himself the far. Authority no it's like he's he's a security guard Lart play. On, that so he, he put on the So I. Think you see what I'm coming over to Jack side I'm not sure how much more I, want to hear that route and. Childish term I'm primary there's a bit of Spartacus. Go we are all Paul flirts But this guy could. End up rich for flat Well well which shows you that like the entertainment. Value of. His flatulence might be a little overstated we'll see. So I need to pay off. The the Email we got about Duncan hunter's opponent is he the, grandson of murdering, terrorists. Raised in the Palestinian territories. Supported by, care etcetera you threw it out there I hope You know what I will. Pay it off right now I spent six months researching it that, is true true, he. Has said let me get. To the Oh you keep the great grandnephew of Stalin doesn't mean you're a bad. Person after the story came out Kampot najar said he. Was advocate for peace in the. Middle East and had less left, his family's quote dark past behind, I think the, man should answer to his own crimes I answer. To my own issues he is statement supported by care which is a terrorist front group in my opinion at the very least very sympathetic to their aims I will only tell you this and leave it there that the FBI used to see them as a partner in spreading peace and Justice and finding out, about terrorists and. Drop them like a hot rock after a certain amount. Of time. For what was described. To me by high, placed officials as some very very, good reason we can't control who support, you know, that. Is correct that. Is, that's, a good point in a. Fair point let's get also supported by act blew the. Radical leftist and progressive organization Bernie. Sanders etc is. Away. Lefty well yeah, that's that's a different topic That's something though you're running against Duncan Hunter you don't have a chance to win the Democratic Party is just completely ignoring you this scandal breaks and now a sudden consultants coming in and millions of dollars and everything you'd be like wow, geez I wasn't. Ready for this let's get the news. Now with Marshall. You're talking. About Duncan Hunter of. California he and his, wife or formally arraigned in federal, court in San Diego on campaign finance, charges they, were. Greeted by protesters. As, they, were going into the courts Ponies More Are you guys doing.
"lart" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Pacific time if you're central like. We are, it's, going to be on at nine? O'clock tonight let me take? You back to the first time you've. Got the call from PD they. Said hey why don't you, come in studio were you cool with that, or you, think I'm, not doing that No. Man I I was I was I was thrilled honestly I was. On the way I'd never. Been to New York you know we had just started just quit filming here in Tulsa when occur wrote around with this. And you know just invited me, to be that gift in studio you know so. I was told I was like man I could. See the other side of this. The production, of, this amazing show you know what? I I sat there I was definitely a year in the headlights Crazy, how, you know here we are what seventeen eighteen. Months later that's where we're at. This point we are, now so very. Very fortunate they they made that phone call How how long did it take for you to realize that you Dan. And and Tom would have. Great chemistry the chemistry and and I love her but you had. Somebody else sit in for Dan. One night and, it was, a different show the chemistry is really key Yeah and that's what you, know and, I mean honestly Joe and I, tell us, to everybody in my personal friends or even interviews like this, the chemistry between the three. Of us it. Is real I mean we talk and hang out. Outside of work come Morris was texting. Me today about the you know the new show, tonight coming out you know we, keep in, touch throughout the week even when you know I'm, not in New York we eat together sometimes we go to gym together while I'm there it's a genuine friendship, that we've developed and so once we, get up there on said it's exactly that just three guys you know three buddies essentially talking. About what's going on TV And so I. It's a very very fortunate thing that we have. For that television show and that's why. The show is dominated me the content is is, really important but without you three, and this, little remarks and the little jokes in the summertime Give a look Sean you just. Give it looks at the camera and we. All understand where you are when, you're giving that look he's really it's a super show you guys are amazing on Thank, you so much you've been a fan from the get-go and and like. You said you and I've. Talked several times and man I. Really appreciate your support, and glad. That you enjoy it well I want? Everybody to go, and check out this brand. New program tonight live PD presents PD Cam he is the host of it it's sergeant Sean sticks lart Larkin, are you, not going to be online PD this week then I'm not no they've they're actually? Sheriff lamb from, the You will be there. This weekend yeah yeah I've got the bringing him in I've got a little something to, do up the Saint Louis running up. There tomorrow. Afternoon, but I will be back next week Well it's it's it's. Always great stuff one last question because I've got friends who asked me. This I've been in television studios. For, a, long time in my career but. But they're always surprised by the answer to this question it was the studio bigger or, smaller than you thought it would be Without a doubt smaller h tiny aren't they It is, it's incredible how small it's, like you know, the guys The living. Room be right. And you know you, got everybody, crammed in there it's pretty amazing the PD Cam studio you know, it is, basically shot in the same room is we just kinda you know. They had a new resigning came in and setup all new stuff and you know a day later was. All broken down on these crates and. Mailed back out of there so it's pretty incredible to watch up I've already got it. Set on my. DDR and where to be watching every single episode, it's a. Lie PD. Presents, PD, Cam, and it's hosted by sergeant Sean sticks Larson. Lurking sorry Sean listen kick ass tonight is going to be. Amazing I think the ratings are going to be through the roof this is exactly what. You're calling is on. Top of. Being a great law enforcement officer, thanks a, million men Hey Joe thank you so. Much man I can't wait all right check out sergeant Larkin tonight joepags.
"lart" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"For him wax news i'm brad showed one of the hottest and most humid days of summer twenty eighteen in the saint louis region turned out to be a stormy one to the first round of heavy downpours lightning and winds hit around the three o'clock hour saturday trees were knocked down in at least one street light was damaged in neighborhoods near downtown there was peasized hail reported in granite city and three quarter inch diameter in farmington the cards versus reds game at busch stadium was delayed for a little less than an hour then the second round of storms began hitting the area around five thirty it forced a two hour delay of the cards game severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for several counties power outages were reported as lines blew down feeding and reading that's the name of a joint effort between saint louis police in the village of moms group on select days and murphy park officer larry dampier took part in saturday's outreach were people out painting a mural which is cobby there were the mothers that some reading to the kids and gave away about a hundred books and i guess you know basically which is made sure the kids had a nutritional lunch for the day the feeding and reading events run from eleven till one at the corner of cass and hogan each saturday through august eleven a su lart eatery is missing its metal mascot mission tacos as someone swiped senor fraud from his post of guarding the office stairs friday night mission taco is offering a two hundred dollar gift card to anyone who has information that leads to the return of signor frog for more details.
"lart" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"That's right words that's right where we were two i wish a few again good evidence valentine in the morning at eleven here we go here we go game we do play long cars you head into work today it is the battle of the sexes represented mechanisms daniel he lives in riverside he works as a clinical therapist and has a dog named olive and a cat named jeremy how about that what's up representing the ladies her name is kara she's from tustin works and payroll and enjoys disneyland let's it for cara here's how it works cara i'm gonna ask you stereotypical male questions daniel gills can ask you stereotypical female questions best out of three wins if we are still tied at the end of regulation we go to a not so tough tiebreaker question let us start with the ladies here we go cara who defeated england in the world cup yesterday croatia oh sorry i do daniel what singer released a song called london bridge back in two thousand six off her album the dutchess carries warmed up and ready to go here in the eight ten battle it's one the one what movie mall cop rides a segue cara call bart a big fan of this movie it's paul lart mall cop the second one whatever it is there that holds up really do yeah it's not too many people say that it holds up daniel what kind of characters is the show once upon a time about on abc disney yes disney fairytale characters yes this ya we're leading to to one you've got to get this right or the men beecher for over forty years who was the front man of the heartbreakers she's good daniel because i'm worth it is the tagline for what brand.
"lart" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"This is not about marriage the white segregations were right you bring people together they will actually learn to love each other someone will marry and have children and so it will actually change the fabric of society when people worry that having gays in our community will change what marriage really means actually there right when people worried that having allow latinos in the united states chanting united states they are right we're constantly making each other and so we can't hold onto notion that this is what america is so latinos don't affect us so part of it is that that our fear that we were holding onto something and the other is going to change it the other is going to change it but we're going to change the other and we're going to do it right we're going to create a bigger we a different we and there's no way we can approach that challenge as you just described it which is a human challenge with laws or policies or school reform alone but let's just say it this way it it's a way of us taking up the language of the beloved community which was the language which was the goal of dr king and john lewis and all those people and you use that language to that's right i mean we've learned some things since then i mean he one time we talked about an gration and we quitted immigration with assimilation artist lessons your talked about that in some of his work that was clearly wrong we're not going to melt into other and yet we do have to have a beloved community and that in small sense but in the lart sense and i would even extend to beyond people to have a beloved relationship with the planet and to live that.
"lart" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club
"Fucking rings he can either head for devastating that's like two olympics worth seventeen rings he can either head for a wall and crawl along it or he can swim through the yourselves because we lost do we switched do we go to the door or to the wall we go to the wall squeak in cross okay our trip to sandals resort from our calendar all walls are studied with big rivet heads and bolts so one sonic has swung through the air to one of them he finds it easier to climb along towards the door much easier than climbing buildings and it can move fairly fast as he's crawling along from to rid it sonic notices lart one of my what am i a frog the little jokes your i'm a frog catch tonic notices a large lever on one of the other walls there's no hint about what am i do but it's not too far to his way does he head towards and pull it or swim through the towards the door let's pull it yeah turn out the lever sticks out of the wall a big chrome poll with a red ball on one end sonic grasps it firmly both heads and polls great stuff do ribbit ribbit frog what's your fucking herald do this part of a team called karate parade for a second nothing happens then there's a wishing sounded sonic is pulled towards one of the walls he dangles from the lever and watches as the mind air bots fall out of the air crash in exploiting the wall which is now the floor now that the gravity's been switched back on clad started into water and rain down putting out the fire started by the exploiting machines it seems like everything's worked out let's go of lever drops to the floor he jogs over to the nearest crash arod and looks at it it's got a pterodactyl cartridge which sonically pockets we'd have that tear egge.
"lart" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"'cause he's obviously in terms of situation and currency her what he wanted to hear he's coming i've already i've decided for him i've made on his behalf yeah you know i do it does feel like it you don't think so i mean look i'm not a betting man but if i had to bet i would take the field over the rams which is only to say yeah that's two to one yeah yeah i would take if i had i'd say which one new orleans orleans drew brees had a killer year and he was able to handle ball off to a rookie and mark ingram you give him another year what the what the receive in court and then they could play defense the way that they did last year they really stepped it up last you step it up one more notch him hayward or lart this todd gurley jared goff in amazement cut me nothing to you see you should've stopped right for you i did it on per cup play one more planning expositions they said they put him out why they rent about idea they really need to address they need a deep threat that they can count that's gotta be where you're starting in the draft you're going to speed there hopefully get dependent bill reynolds maybe he's one of the guys as fast but sammy was sammy that that that's a big one too i don't think dhamma consumes going to be running a bunch of go routes for the rams on offense marcellus travis espn la some are selous are you a drink the poison guy drink the poison guy context like in this context john calipari telling his team to not drink the poison the noise the you guys have an easy path to the final four because kentucky courses in that half of the draw that had arizona get bounced at uva get found surly and now they have a decidedly easier path to the final four than the rest of the field.