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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Libra Today

Libra Today

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Libra Today

"These emotions are important. Honor honor them and take care of them accordingly Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Lebron always have something on their minds. If you're partnered communicate that deep warm feeling that Russia's through you every free time you look at your partner. If single it could be time to confess feelings for someone special it can be nerve racking to put yourself out there but it. Does you know good to keep these feelings bottled up. Be Brave Libra contemplate. Your Pat Talk to personal growth. Consider the way you navigate your most important relationships. It may seem counterintuitive but People pleasing is to -ception do not shrink yourself to accommodate others trust that your needs are equally as important and state them with with confidence you deserve to be heard Lieber Lieber. Today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download owed the sanctuary APP from the apple APP store or Google play and follow sanctuary sanctuary world on instagram. That's essay in C.. T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. L. D..

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Popcast

"Before or we close out the episode. I know it's early twenty twenty but I did want to talk a little bit about Twenty Nineteen Been Very enjoyable year for podcast and end. I've been really grateful for all the feedback and the emails and tweets and instagram messages etc.. PODCAST doesn't happen alone own so I wanted to take a moment to kind of talk about the folks who are involved one. Thank John Parrella. Our chief pop music critic. Joe Kaas Garelli are pop. Music reporter Karen Organza are pop music editor who are frequent guests and pop gang knows them. Well I wanNA talk about Pedroso. Who is not here today? But Pedro is our faithful full producer and is behind making me look presumably better than I ordinarily. Look Actually Dan is the room today and Brad is not in the room but Dan and Brad had to help on the back end. And I'm always grateful for that shouts to Gilbert who runs culture. WHO's a big podcast? Listener would up Gilbert. I kinda worry sometimes about the state of criticism and I get anxious about. Is the Internet. Undermining the possibility for strong critical writing contrarian very uncritical writing writing that is not designed to make you liked on the Internet and so I was Worri with each New Year of podcast. Like are they gonNA GONNA be new folks that I can have on the show and I put together a list of everybody who was on the show this year and I won't say at least half. It was their first time time. I was really really excited to have all these folks on this year. So just to read real quick ten blanks. EDGEWATER CEPEDA BRIAN. X Chen in Bret Clarkson name. Cochran Camp collins-benn Dandridge lemke. Jim Jauregui says talking about Hootie. All things a Sydney Ember. Eli Suzy exposito Larry Fitzmaurice making Garvey. Hana Georgia's Jason. Green Aisha Harris. Hunter Heiress Robert Villa Caroline Haskins Isabelle. You Harare Manda Has Charles Holmes Shannon. How jains Assan James Jeff Johnson? Sebastian Jones Christian yueh-tzu Kim Ron Lieber Lieber Robert Muravich Evelyn. McDonnell Leslie Morris. Keith Murphy. Mar Andrew Ski. Amanda Petrovic Al.. Pierre Ben Ratliff it lifts Jody Rosen Melena Riziq Ao. Scott Maria Sherman Remiss Cillian Ben Scenario Danielle Smith Jay. Smooth Tim Sommer in Frazier tharp. David Turner Andrew Unterberger. Elizabeth Vincent. Tally Jada Watson. Nick Weidenfeld Jonah Weiner Natalie Winer brianna younger Lindsay Absorb Lads all on podcast in twenty nine teen. The state of podcast is strong even stronger this year. Thank you to Martin and Geo. Oh for coming out today. Our producers are Patriots Outta from had separate media and Dan Powell in the room today. Listen every podcast ever ny times dot com slash slash. podcast email me. PODCAST TIMES DOT com any questions you have and if you have a question about jazz afforded someone who knows the answer. Let's go with a little bit of hip hop jazz as it used to be. Not as this today but as it once was this is off jazz. Record that guru put out. Let's listen into lounging with.

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:48 min | 9 months ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Make sure you include the slash indicator because then then they'll know we sent you that's right and we will deliver that love right back. Ta So please make sure to donate before the end of the year. And thanks again N. P. R. Everyone is Cardiff in Stacey. The indicator is taking a week off. But we'll be back with all new episodes next Monday December thirtieth however while we will not actually really be working. We're still going to focus on work We're going to revisit some of our favorite stories about one topic that we talk about a lot on the show. They were not giving our listeners. A break we might now know break now right for you guys. That's right right. Even busted the Air Horn for jobs. Friday who knows who knows exactly basically all this week. We're you're going to revisit stories about a topic that we talked about a lot this year on the show the labor market. We're calling the series the work week and we're going to cover everything from gender segregation into whether the unemployment rate is really to be trusted. Our first episode originally aired in February of this year back in Nineteen thirty seven General Motors signed the very first contract with United Auto Workers Union. It was the culmination weeks of drama. GM did not want its workers to unionize so workers staged a sit in strike inside the jam. Factory production ground to a halt and historic strike began when GM workers barricaded themselves in the automobile assembly plants for forty four days later provided their entertainment slept in an ATM while the work stoppage cost gm one million dollars a day. Officials did try everything to stop the strike. They even turned off the heat in the factory. Sorry and remember. This is winner in Michigan. At one point a riot broke out and this standoff was just captivating the world what observers described as the most lucile battle in American labor history involving nearly one hundred thousand men as practically shut down the entire industry from Michigan where the strike started. We bring you these picture of a riot in progress. What happens when a crowd of strikers goes crazy when destruction becomes the order of the day in the end though? GM's CEO signed a contract with the United Auto Workers Union and that handshake means the strike. The Nation is over. Lieber Lieber and the auto industry would never be the same Chrysler and Ford followed suit signing union agreements of their own. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Mac Smith Breath and I'm Cardiff Garcia today. On the show with this major union victory meant for workers what it meant for the auto industry and why unions over time Kinda lost their Mojo after long weeks of idleness. It home today and back to work tomorrow this message comes from. NPR sponsor state farm. Why do you need state farm renter's insurance because it helps protected the stuff landlords don't like your furniture that gets drenched by a broken pipe? State Farm Renter's insurance finding agents or get a quote at State Farm Dot Com support also comes from capital one. Where you you can open a savings account in about five minutes and earned five times the national average? This is banking reimagined. What's in your Wallet Capital One? NA member KNBR FDIC that moment when the auto industry shook hands with the union US business was forever changed without question a historic store milestone Harley. Shakan is a Labor economist at Berkeley that modest contract one page was labour's MAGNA CARTA ARTA in the decades after that contract was signed the UAW bargain for things like pensions and health care benefits and paid vacation and famously high salaries race. That's according to Gary burtless economist with the Brookings Institution. US auto workers were among the princes of industrial labor. In the United States. They received very high Wages very good fringe benefits. A union job became a ticket to the middle class and those high union wages spread out across the economy. People had more purchasing power our the US economy grew companies got wealthier. More of them. Unionized Unions were riding high and everybody wanted to be a union worker. Yeah more and more workers started started unions in their industries. Union spread across the country and by the mid nineteen fifties more than a third of all. US workers were in a union. That is today's indicator more more than a third and then the oil crisis descended. It was the early nineteen seventies gas prices spiked and suddenly everybody wanted a small fuel efficient car. US automakers were not so good with the small fuel-efficient cars and foreign competitors like Volkswagen and Toyota started to get a foothold in the US market market a market that the big three US automakers had just totally owned before then and consequently the big three lost. A lot of sales lost a lot. aww profitability and without those huge profits for GM and Chrysler just could not afford to pay such outsized wages to their workers. Suddenly Americans Americans were actually buying a lot of foreign cars and those foreign cars cost less partially because they weren't dealing with the high salaries and benefits that the big three we were dealing with the good deals. That Union negotiated when times were good started to drag on. US automakers manufacturers and their unions could not turn on Don John. They couldn't change the arrangements. They were less nimble exactly They were less nimble in responding to the demands of the market after that Labor in the US. Just kind of lost it's Mojo all over the country says Gary and this happened for a couple of reasons first. Companies across the US watched watched this thing unfold in the auto sector and they thought we don't want to deal with that they started fighting unionization like never before sometimes intimidating workers or firing workers who who tried to unionize even though that was not legal and also lobbying hard against unions pushing through legislation to weaken them companies in all kinds of industries. We're also seeing more competition petition. From overseas just like the automakers had experienced and companies were starting to equate unions with an inability to compete. And so they fought unions much much harder harder using much stronger methods. Someone say coercive methods at the same time says Gary workers themselves started to back away from unions Indians and from trying to organize employees in the companies. They worked for this happened. Both because companies could be so vicious to workers who tried to unionize and also because in some cases unions were seen as cumbersome to workers with these sort of onerous regulations that would just drag a company down industry in the United States is very dynamic. We always have companies companies that are growing expanding Becoming more profitable and at the same time we have a businesses like sears. WHO's operating model has proven to be less less successful and it happens that in a lot of the shrinking industries unions have been very important and businesses have been much more fierce in resisting unionization than their counterparts were in the nineteen fifties and sixties when it was very plain that unions and very successful ospel unions in many growing industries were not an impediment to companies being very successful and expanding? But nowadays I think in many workers minds and in many businessmen's minds The notion that you would both unionized and growing and flourishing seemed to be incompatible politically in time after the oil crisis the way people and company saw unions had just shifted today says Gary there are more retired members of the united auto workers than working working members right now. The market is strong. The unemployment rate is low and companies are having to compete for workers that gives workers more leverage to do things like unionize is still so scary. That is just not happening. At the rate you might expect in fact last year. Union membership dipped to its lowest level since that contract was signed between the U. A. W. The U. N. G. M. in the thirties according to the Labor Department just over ten percent of. US workers are unionized. And in fact Cardiff probably say that united both in New York full disclosure Yup so a lot of workers and NPR in Sag after and q the old-timey audio this episode was originally produced by Dr Rafi on the update was produced by Lena Sons. Gary are in turn. Is Nadia Lewis. Our editor is Paddy Hirsch and the indicator is a production of N._p._R...

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

11:32 min | 11 months ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"There's ghosts here the Catholics were right about about purgatory. So I am drawn to read issue number two. It was very cute. Man I just Google this holy cow. This is is like the prettiest book I've ever seen. Yeah how how do you draw so many pretty people had one book. I don't understand this is like I don't know if you guys were. It's not girl by Brian. Lio Molly and her name is escaping me but everybody in that book is also very pretty in like super hot it's like quicken and divine some people out there. Just have this talent to draw incredibly beautiful people. This is exactly one of those books. Yeah there's also really good fashion in this book like all. The clothes looked really good. Yes that's the snack girl vibe. I was kind of pulling from that. You know the other number one I picked up was invisible kingdom It's written by g Willow Wilson with art by Christian war and letters by Selker Cape Riano and. This sounded really familiar when I was at the shop but it wasn't online to read list so I picked it up on a whim but it turns out that we have talked about it on the show before and that volume one is already out so this turned out really well for me because issue number one on which might still had for some reason was fantastic and I want to read volume one immediately please This book is like corporate espionage on Asia but in space and there's two protagonists Storylines one of them is kind of reminiscent of the firefly smuggler plotline but she's like Captain of a transport crew which is working legally for a corporate V. Corporation and the other story line is a nun in o o n e nun but it is a religious community so there's two very different storylines but I think that they're both heading in the same direction in about figuring out what's going on with this corporation And I was just so impressed by character building. Everybody was so real. All of their relationships with people who are really real will which was not gray in some cases because the none is a lot of racism because their race has four genders which is in writing but doesn't seem to be a great thing in this planet that they're on at the moment so I'm just super into the story I want to learn more and luckily the whole arc is out so and Christian wards are is UN fucking believable. This dude was made to draw high. Sifi crazy concept's stuff. I I love this book it's beautiful. I'm glad that you got on board. Kate is also what I'm saying. I'm just shocked. I didn't put it on my to read list. I mean I'm usually drawn to the stuff that you the you talk about Mike. And that's just never made it onto my good reads my good reads account for some reason at the start giving you a list for me this week. I read some books like on and off. I don't know what it is. I just haven't had the energy to read too much but I did like last Sunday. I think after the show I basically sat down and read like thirty comics in a row so I kind of made up for a whole week's worth of reading of the two books I do want to talk about really quick are a sender under volume one. This is Jeff Amir destined to win. This is the continuation of their sender series. And all I want to say fucking am I goddamn heart. Everything is terrible and broken inside out of me and this book is the reason for that. It's fantastic it's a great continuation. It doesn't feel like like I missed anything. I was worried there was going to be like a ton of history to to fill things in between descended into center and the way that the story is crafted. It's done in such a way that they're they're not GonNa win and explain things to you as the books going on and so for people like me who have been reading defender since the beginning It wasn't anything new but it was like a nice refresher of. Oh here. Are these people. Here's this thing. Here's what subtly changed from when we last left the story because there's a time jump and yeah I don't WanNa spoil anything because I think y'all should stop what you're doing. Go read all of December and then a sender volume one and then turn this episode back on. But it's a beautiful book. New Ends are is as expected in unbelievably precise somehow with watercolor and impresses me. Every single page turn throughout this volume. I think his work has only gotten better since volume one since the first issue of dissenter. And I mean this is saying from a guy who's absolutely established in comics. It's not like no one just started the dues been doing comic books for years. But you can. You can tell by reading this book that he's really kind of honed in on how to do this. Very precise style of pencils with very elaborate watercolors on top of it. And it's always impressive to see with this book especially with the range of characters and shapes and to do high Sifi that I usually requires a precise Clayton crain style to see. Be Done with this watercolor. That's usually very flowing airy is very impressive aggressive in this issue in this volume specific really touches on that even even to some fantasy elements. I won't go into that. It's very very good otherwise I also read this independent book. It's called meal. Published by Iron Circus Comics is by blue deliquency. Salil whole excuse me and Salil Ho. It's a food comic that is essentially about how to make food with insects and the history behind that to a certain extent the story follows close a main character who basically moves across the country to try to get a job at this restaurant. That's GONNA Open Up. That's only going to serve. Food based products are food products that have insects in them and the idea is like. Hey It's an Asian let Latin fusion kind of place so you can get Tacos or you can get or you can get something and it's going to have insects in it. In some capacity as the protein instead of chicken or beef or Tofu. And it's a really interesting concept. I picked this up at flame con on earlier this year just because I love blues work if you haven't read Oh human star boy. It's probably the best web comic I've ever read hits you right in the fields and it's such an interesting strange range concept that I I can't recommend it enough. Imagine robots in the future but also to dudes are in love. That's kind of the basis of it and the meal is a is a very down to Earth real story on this. I guess this person moves across the country to go work at this restaurant and along the way they kind of get a history of of the handful of cultures particularly Mexican Cambodian and History from the people that she meets about these cultures that have used insects in their food for generations and the main character ourself. You know she is half Japanese and she talks about how she met her grandparents in Japan and they went and had crickets and or these Japanese japanese-style crickets I don't remember what they're called but it's a really interesting. Look at an alternate take on vegetarianism and I think that kind of question. The air is eating. Insects still consider vegetarianism but even still I really enjoyed it. It was like a nice quick book. It's like one hundred twenty pages of the some recipes in the back on if you WANNA get your own meal worms. Here's how you make mealworm Tacos really really cool so I highly recommend this to people if you guys get a chance so mike the obviously obviously you're going to have to try the recipes out right well and the thing is like I'm not really scared to eat a mealworm. It's the Tarantulas that I'm scared to eat. I'm I'm not really up. Yeah they all they talk about. There's this like you deep. Fry a tarantula and that's like a snack and I'm like it sounds cooling concept but I don't know if I could eat a spider especially because it's still in the spider shape whereas with meal worms you you know you can kinda grind them up or you can smash them up and stuff and they don't really look like meal worms anymore So I don't know but yeah I mean I'm not opposed to trying it. I just want him bad in the kitchen in two. I don't even know where I could. I live in New York. I could probably find somewhere that will we'll worms and tarantulas and stuff and you tickets to eat but just a matter of actually putting the meal together so I don't know maybe I'll send it over to you Paul and you can. You can tell me Your your vegetarian. So you'll try weird shit right. That's how Eating animals thing is kind of A. Oh that's not. Yeah but let's say let's let's move on to talk about comic books. Folks that are coming out this upcoming week comics dropping on November twentieth. Two Thousand Nineteen. Let's hear what you guys are excited about this week. Let's start with you kate. I I just want everybody. Yeah no the I D W is putting out a big hero six comic yes like the movie And it looks like it's directed toward younger kids so it's probably not something that I'm GonNa in and check out but if you have kids or if you like kid comics The movie was delightful so the comical probably be delightful. But what I'm excited for. Is this grass kings volume two by Ken entirely Jenkins I read the first volume and trade. And so I've been trading the second volume. This title has totally fallen off my radar. I didn't even realize that it was still going on. But I'm very excited. That volume two is out and Paul. What about you? Well as I mentioned. I want to talk more about Matt Fraction and specifically his book Superman's Pal. Jimmy Olsen issue number five comes out this week and this has been probably the funniest book on the stands as the past. Few months has been coming out. So it's got Matt Fraction writing at Steve Lieber on on our work with colors by Nathan Fairbairn It to Jimmy Olsen book but what fraction and Lieber Lieber have done is done in. Oh my gosh to the silver age. Superman spelled Jimmy Olsen book right without it being without like making fun of it it the same. They're leaning into the silliness of it and kind of making it a sort of Meta textual Book but it's a lot of like sort of like but it's not that smart. Ah You know what I mean like. It's it's just a fun book without having making think too much about it. I guess is what I'm trying to say. You know what I mean. Yeah Yeah self-aware is self aware without making fun of the source material. And the the premise is that what Jimmy Olsen There's a death threat against him so he has to leave metropolis so he goes to Gotham as a underserve witness protection. So he's living in Gotham as a logger named Timmy. Olsen and the last the last issue he was doing a series of more elaborate video like pranks in in order to get batmans attention since superman can't help them out because that'll reveal his identity so but it just seems like doing that to get spam as attention is a bad idea idea. I don't know yeah right so at the same time fraction and Lieber also giving you a back x story about Olson's lineage turns out. His family has been feuding with LEX. Luger lex Luther family in metropolis for generations So get back story there and those sections the humor that fractions doing as breaking the fourth wall. It reminds me if I'm dating myself With the references Saddam. But if anyone's ever watched rock and Boeing Co. which is even before my time the humor is very reminiscent reminiscent of rocky and Boeing coal. which is kind of a treat because I remember watching herself when I was a kid? Oh Yeah me too. I watched it as a kid. Okay that's great stuff. Yeah so yeah it's a really fun book It definitely stands out. It's a nice a counter example to who the sort of.

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"Facebook lead libra so all they're worried about is not having a significant challenger Challenger to their national Fiat of course and their central bank issued currency because they're gonNA token is their own Fiat currency and again not really. I don't really think they're too worried about bitcoin. Honestly I've talked about this before. People think that governments around the world are terrified of Bitcoin. They're really not whether fools fools with are worried about something like libra which again gone on record and we'll continue to say we are going to see well potentially it. Kinda depends on how this government versus. Lieber Lieber thing works. I think we will see corporate. Coins be successful if governments allow them to be. I think we're in. C- bitcoin be successful regardless of what governments want them to do. Okay back over into the live scene and let's go check back in with bitcoin. Nothing really to speak of my friends so let's go to let's go to the requests that we had today which is going to be X. RPG silver and we'll start a silver look the silver CFD over here on Wanda. Okay so zags kind of an interesting place. Man Obviously in a bearish trend coming down on the dissent. Now we are looking at precious metal slash commodity modesty so let's start off and you know sometimes you just look at silver can and you're just like man. I just wish we were here now. What are we going to be here. Why can't we just humpback up to those all time highs on a cell at the top this time all right now show. It's a little bubble okay so I think this is important to kind of. Look at the overall macro trend you know we're not anywhere near historical highs we are coming up to an area of demand and excuse me we are coming up to a prehistoric level of supply up here where the rally back in two thousand sixteen was chunked down the infamous some morale af two thousand sixteen and we pretty much just trended in a tight range with a downtrend right here trend you know in a range and again good trends multi week trends wants to be quite honest with you and then lately silver has been quite an uptick right causing a lot of excitement on its way back down right now I would be. I would okay so it's hard to be. It is hard to be biased to the upside when you see unfortunately silver continue to make lower highs lower highs lower highs lower highs for literally early two thousand for for for literally almost a decade it is kind of hard to get excited about an asset that just makes lower highs for a decade but if we so you know it's very hard to say. I WANNA buy the dip right I think that we are seeing a lot of selling volume to the downside downside it'd be different. If we did not see a lot of volume to the downside. Unfortunately we do see a lot of volume to the downside. let's bring up the indicators and I think the indicators are going to be very telling of kind of what's going on. Obviously we have paradox itself telling us to be going short and trending down here now paradox did catch the majority of this movement to the upside. Let's go back just a little bit. look at this decline declaration. We are short here with a brief brief resumption of that and pretty much short as you can see her for almost all of this registered a very brief about two or three days of going long before we do short this entire movement now the moon to the upside has been a little chubbier than usual but again again getting an for pretty much the majority of the big movements and you're not really looking to short this because your kitchen so let's look where we are in relation to that young man. I mean this is bearish structure man. This is bare structure. We dig at the short signal from from minks and the confirmed single yesterday we actually got a powerful signal from what Atar explosion the day before yesterday or excuse me yesterday. This is back on the twenty second twenty-fifth excuse excuse me he paradox that cell we get everything lining up on the twenty fifth so I would be in an act of short on this looking for take take profit targets at that point in time we've already hit one at sixteen sixty one but again sixteen twelve and notable. WHOA WHOA WHOA my bed we already at one at seventeen thirty four next one's going to be coming down here around sixteen eighty five and sixteen say about sixteen thirty seven at sixteen thirty seven on that now nothing really nothing really significant there. We haven't had the thirteen fifty five cross under so I wouldn't say it's dead but I would not be looking for continuation yet at this point in time now something so I do want to kind of talk about this though it's not very clean it is is not very clean. you know if we look at the way that silver's price has reacted where there are a couple logical areas of course we're talking about a precious metal also we can talk about supply and demand Let's kind of bring on the line chart and talk about this a little bit. I think obviously this level right right here right around the higher fifteen dollar mark obviously was a good level of demand for silver throughout the range of kind of the end of two thousand sixteen moving all the way for about two years this was the clear demands on and you kind of have a weakening supplies zone in the form of a contraction be other good consistent horizontal right here down around the Higher Hire Fifteenth Fifteenth Seventy Five to sixteen bucks and again you can see that when we actually broke that level and formed our bottom which we can kind of go back to this demand zone over at the again at the very very under thousand sixteen our two thousand fifteen excuse me that area did act as supply on the first pastor then we ended up breaking that we did actually back tested tested on a wyking basis so we established that butcherblock so overall this is where my eyes would be right now on the sixteen dollars fifteen seventy five region I'd be looking to see if we can reach us that in hold that I think that also would be again holding the bullish order block coming back and retesting that Bush lock around the sixteen dollar area and then I just wait to see to see off of that so as it sits right now with silver I won't be taking a trade and less I get a confirmed. PT Patriot which means all my indicators need to flip bullish. We need to be the June. We need to see what Atari Explosion Go. Bullish see paradox go bullish potentially. We haven't really incorporated that in yet makes go bullish. We need to see all of that happened right now. for me to be taking along as it sits right now. you know we could get some demand and get a little bit of abound coming back down to this consolidation area right here. not not really something. I'd be interested to trade honestly probably have to see something. Make privacy this high. Get taken out and actually start trending to the upside for me to want to jump in the long so I would be overall overall bearish on silver right now unfortunately until we get back down to the sixteen area and then we see what kind of reaction we get at that point in time moving deserve all right Zirk currently trading at about twenty five cents yes and holding it's a- and holding it ceiling alison. I hate to say this man. This is literally. GonNa break my heart to say this but I am not going to deny that we are in a demand zone for extra okay now again just as I said with silver when we look at extra piano bright future to see I'm sorry but when we looked ex- RPI again it is kind of hard to get bullish about something that that sense you know that for a year you've just seen make lower highs and lower highs as an lower highs with very very little prick in that structure but but I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa you know like ignore the fact that we are at the the ceiling of the two thousand seventeen market the end of the two thousand sixteen and you know the the demand area that we saw you know give a good reaction back in August two thousand eighteen. We had a nice little pop from that area. Area didn't really come down and test that are kind of establish a little bit of a higher low range there tennis trump. Thanks so much for the excuse me for the subscription over there on youtube my good friend highly appreciate so we have seen a fake out of this area nice long weeks to the downside which are typically indicative of accumulation and we're getting a nice reaction from extra p. USD here on the daily we we are of course getting time transformation curling up minks told you to be out of your short several days ago of course the over here on the twenty six said Joe Buddy get out of your short man right now. Get Out of the short. Don't don't be in short right now. What are you doing. Why are you short again time transformation giving us the curl up right now what Atari Explosion Showing Green Candle falling explosion level not arising explosion the strong trend of the downside on these candles here paradox told us to go short right about here on this default settings and so you know M I a you're too eager to take a trade as we sit right now not not particularly. There are some things here that are positive obviously whenever we see reversal signals with good volume coming in around demands. Don't we get a little bit more interested in looking at a reversal type setup so this might be a not satellites might be a good area to get some are okay just looking at this. You know one thing. There's the flying the ornament obviously is the lower highs progressively progressively progressively so so I wouldn't have you know this is not not saying this might not be a good time to get extra p. It's not going on my portfolio but it might not be a bad trade to make a little hesitant right now but again it is kind of sitting in an area where it is worth a shot. We have seen come down to this area only twice right so causation does not equal correlation and put in some significant gains right we can see right here and the thrust of the upside now the other the other element to this of course is is establishing a new took out this level so instead of stop raid this this just could be you know breaking this level of support right here breaking this level of support and now faking out any long traders. X. P. is going to go with the larger market right the US the US deeper is going to go to agree at has tracked the Bitcoin and ethereal and olive pairs okay and maybe I think that way because the majority of my trading on on a bit where there are those are the dollar pairs that we can trade but overall. It's GONNA track. That's GonNa track with the with the dollar pairs of doing it's going to follow bitcoin to a slightly weaker degree but again putting in some Nice Nice performance today up about up about seven point four seven percent. That's not true. Range terrains probably about nine percent. I think actually about eleven percent inch so I really don't think I want to do anything on this yet or right now but will be keeping my eyes on it. Probably at this point in time. I'm just be waiting for a trending signal to the upside or you know..

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"I liked someone to put in Instagram what signs are gonna struggle or be really good and non monogamy. Who are going to struggle with monogamy? Actually, let us do that way as someone who's looking for an open relationship. Yeah. Who's going to struggle with? Mentioned. Gemini, Gemini Pisces. Teleki movies? Lieber Lieber can be serial monogamous. But libra will always have someone waiting in the wings. Whenever. No, go ahead. Here's course to with you even asking that question. Does is still does still matter. They're like rising moon and sun instead of just having. Yeah. To some degree because I mean, you know, again, like if you go just off the sunshine, and you say like, oh, you know, secretary is wild. And all they do is like, you know, they fuck everybody. I know Sagittarians who are very like I'm committed to you. And that's it. I don't you know, let myself go anywhere else. So the other signs that are in your chart like your Venus your Mars your moon. We'll also play a role in how you express love and affection, and what you need in relationships. I'm looking at me too. I'm starting to. I kinda like that we are going to get an can you? You're keeping garnish your son in mood and rising. They never change. Right. No. They never changed. Okay. Yeah. Aval forever. Like when you click on certain apps, it'll say like something about my day. Tell me new sign of sometime it depends. 'cause like sometimes like I was saying earlier late the calculations for certain sites, apps aren't always. Okay. Accurate to kind of little right? Low residency Mandy the arising emotional arising that be told not. Now, we are getting this our home, and I really liked this. Because what we've been talking with these signs for the most part, and what we kind of talk every episode is communication. So whether it's communication in dating relationships or in the bedroom, and this one kind of has to do more so with the bedroom. And so I would love for you to hone it on your give your advice you as well. So this is a really interesting when actually matches one of the questions we almost had in Miami. So, hey, ladies, thank you for helping me embrace my sexuality as a black woman. I need your help though, I've been dating a guy on and off for about two years. Now, I'm not really interested in anything long-term, relationship wise, and neither has he. But we're great friends and all that we took a break in the beginning of the year, mainly because I was getting better dick elsewhere. But he plays collars sports, and I'm just busy with life. We recently reconnected, and I was so excited to get back to the aggressive raw sex that we have. But he let me know as I was on my way to house more than the thirty mile drive that he now has herpes. And I froze I'm aware of the facts and myths about herpes, but I was instantly turned off although we weren't together and he could track the disease after we after we agreed on a break. I don't wanna fuck anymore. I told him I got caught up in couldn't make the drive after carrying the conversation. A little too not seem me y'all his texts and called me every other day wanting pussy, and I wanna give it to him. But I just can't how do I let him know? Do I tell him that? I'm turned off. Do I block us? I need help sincere. Sincerely, a conscious free. If you listen to a herpes episode. You would hear that? I believe there's a seriously slim chance that you can get it. If there's not a current outbreak not saying that you should willingly go fuck this negative. But there's probably a chance you fuck. Somebody else with herpes herpes. I agree. However. I will say when it comes to. And he's a stand up guy for telling oh superstar guy like I appreciate a guy. Like, he actually is giving you the choice. I would low key probably be more willing that point..

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Body. Looking to win some free critical bench gear. Here's how just write an awesome, five star review on I tunes for the strong by design podcast. We'll post the winners on Instagram, just go to at the critical bench and watch our podcast highlight story to see all the winters each week, be sure to DM us to get your free gifts. I would say ten to twenty percent of our were. And sometimes more of our workouts here are our body weight. And I feel like sometimes we need to up it a little bit because just because there's so much cool dynamic stuff that that you can do that that at almost seems to add years to to your life and just a little bit of extra pep in your step. I mean, it's just getting really good at just moving your own body explosively and stuff. It's just, you know, being able to pop up off the ground. Yes, on the ground and pop up in the air and back down, like like, you know, like burpee variations and stuff like that. Just so beneficial and your training, everything from your toes to your nose. I mean, everything's get worked, maybe every unit every single muscle, even in the brain because he got a funny rain. You tell your brains got your body. What to do. Do everything especially in in that extra. That's my favorite exercise by end. There's so many ways to go about it hundred. Fifty created widened create two hundred fifty. Two. I have a burpee work. Fifty shades burpee burpee which is a program that has returned from Berkeley variations show people. It's not just the regular burpee from beginner burpee is all the way to you know snatch are bell sat on it so forth. But the bottom line is it's just you know, we have to include some type of body weight training in your overall training. I think it's key. It's key to longevity in your training. Yeah, especially if you're getting older like when we're getting older. Yeah. As of if you want to, if you want longevity in your training so that you can continue to exercise into your seventies, if you want your joints to be healthy, you know, and if you wanna be lean because you get license, lean muscular than you don't wanna put, you know, body weight training, right? They're like why? I think I think so big time dead lifts and bench presses and squats, although they're sexy and although they're great, I would I, I don't think I've met depressing. Like fifteen years, I, I don't even bench. It's such a technical people don't realize how technical. Yes, it's very technical if you don't do it right, you're going to injure a lot of things so and deadly to very technical. Yes, he, you know, I see it all the time. I go to gym. He's the, no, they have the deadly, but it's a technique you have to learn. Learn once you learn that technique? Sure. But if those are those are again the great exercises and and you know, once in awhile again, I don't remember or or bench press. I did do some jump squats this today with a barbell, but that was just help my closeness. But in general, I don't. I don't do those exercise because again, I'm forty nine years old man. Yeah. Well, you're not trading. You're not trying to be a lifter or a bodybuilder. Yeah, and there's other ways to train those, you know, important muscle groups. You know, your steer your muscles and stuff that you hit with dead lifts that that you can do with with the other training modalities. Yeah, yeah. So, yeah, I mean, you know, taking those out and putting in more body weight style, trading, some circuit training. Maybe one of my favorite body weight strength workouts is like, so basically what I'll do all 'cause I always like to have some type of conditioning in my workouts. Again, I'm all about lean and you know, being muscular. And so what I'll do like a circuit where I'll go Kay. So we'll do a minute run at seven or on the treadmill run for a minute. And then right away I do depths parallel dips rights, Pearl dips, upper body, shoulder, stability tries to core. You know, one of my one of my all time, favorite body weight strength exercises right there. You gotta get up there and do that are or or or dips men not dips on the fricken. Now on the bench, no bars. Know if somebody doesn't have you know the full size parallel bars. I love those baby. What's that? Lieber Lieber. Yeah. All stationary deals. Those are amazing, Anders cheap, and you can get those at the house. God bless Marc labored for creating those, but those are something exactly you can start to build start guys for people who are listening to this. Yeah, you should always be building your home gym? Yeah, no matter if you have a lot of rumor, not always be thinking about, okay. Oh, yeah. Dumbbells at home. I need a home. I need these Lieber things at home. Physician spans at hall suspension at home, a few medicine balls and these are cheap over over the course of the year. If you fast, you're a narrow like every month be like about by one more strength tool to have an amazing home gym in a year in year. Exactly. Amazing. Yeah. So he's still go to the gym during that year. Sure, you're, you're, you're, it's like The Shawshank Redemption. You know, like, you know how all busy out of. Year comes, you're like singer, Jim and empty it out in the in the courtyard from your from your pockets. Ever movies ever. Shashank and I'm not going to do the SaaS egg Jim, Jim building one year, you don't have to rush. It just always have that that goal of your gym and the still go to the gym or wherever you're training, but every month you're gonna start to at and the best part. Sorry to interrupt at the? Yes part is body weight training is travels. Well, anywhere. Anytime anytime when I travel for the seat of the work for the, you know bodyweight, yes, every place we go to their as Jim there, but I don't have time, you know, especially I work with the fighters. I work, you know, behind the scenes, making sure that you know Wayne's get done and the the fights get done. So I don't generally have a lot of time to go to the gym in the in the in the hotel that were saying they're always a great one. So for me every morning before everything starts, I just do like a fifteen minute bodyweight circuit in my in my hotel room. And I feel like energize for the day, man, like I'm getting up on my all right guys do this. Do this. And I'm like, let's do this, right? So so it was this workout that I do is. So I start off with the parallel debts, go to pull ups, so I'll go to the pull ups and usually it's ten, ten, ten, ten. So yes, ten, ten, ten push ups or v it's actually fifteen pushups fifteen push ups and then ten bodyweight squats, right? And then I'll go back onto the treadmill, like a circuit that you've created for you. Yeah, so I'll I'll, yes, I'll do. So that's a circuit. So you go from parallel dips to pull ups to squats to push ups to the run, and you just keep doing that for six to seven or eight rounds of putting on what level you're at, but and it's continuous. So the time you're you're resting is the walk between the exercises that's a great way to incorporate strength was those are bodyweight. Those are some of the best body strength excess now yes, you can do Hanson push ups on, but those are a little bit. We're getting a little bit and then the run right. You should be run, man. You gotta run. You gotta run. I was going to say the difference between I mean walking is always like, you know, walking's always going to be ranked really high because pretty much everybody if you can get up and move a little, you can walk. Right. So you're walking just great for so many things. Sure. But sprinting over just going out for a leisurely jog, you know? And I'm not trying to say, hey, don't bother jogging like that's great too, but the power of of sprint. And just whether it's a short sprint, you know something that's only ten to twenty twenty meters or something that's a little bit longer like, you know, half a football field. You know where you're, you know, a forty yard dash type deal in, give yourself like, you know a minute in between, but just to go out and do like ten sprints fifty to seventy five percent effort. You know, at least you know the first few times you go and do it. And then as your body gets acclimated, just how good it feels to move your body in exceleron your body like. Like intensely like that, you know stuff we take for granted because we did it all the time when we were children and then we stopped doing it. Most people once they hit like twenty, they don't go on sprint anymore. Sure. Track athlete toward it's so good for you. Printing is one hundred percent in my weekly workouts from from from eight years ago today. A week will not go by where I'm not either sprinting outside sprinting up a hill sprinting on the treadmill. It's part of it have to do it. It's just it's just again, the picture that quintessential picture of the sprinter and long distance runner. I mean, it's it's always comes to mind, doesn't it like who would want to man or woman look like a sprinter? Your like every guy would love to have the Zeke of sprinter amazing legs usually a big upper body because people don't realize you and I do the power of the upper body and the arm movement and the core strength that required to get the most out of your out of your body and these women unbelievable physiques that are the some of the best sprinters. You know. And that's what they're they're not. They're not doing heavyweight training. Know there's a lot of body weight stuff, too. Yeah. I mean, if I tell everyone to to sprint, say that you don't sprinting needs to be, you know, instead of doing those long runs, I tell a lot of people at the gym actually, and it's funny a lot of people incorporate now the sprint intervals into their running because I give them the, you know, tell them, listen, you're, you're doing these forty five minutes, medium level on the treadmill. And really, you're, you're killing your joints to you're raising your cortisol, which is the belly fat storing hormone. You're not getting the the after. Burn effect where you know, you know, your body's homeless taste is before, then you do this long cardio and then it takes thirty minutes to get back to homelessness, which means your body's using energy for thirty minutes. Fast forward

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"What to do. Do everything especially in in that extra. That's my favorite exercise by end. There's so many ways to go about it hundred. Fifty created widened create two hundred fifty. Two. I have a burpee work. Fifty shades burpee burpee which is a program that has returned from Berkeley variations show people. It's not just the regular burpee from beginner burpee is all the way to you know snatch are bell sat on it so forth. But the bottom line is it's just you know, we have to include some type of body weight training in your overall training. I think it's key. It's key to longevity in your training. Yeah, especially if you're getting older like when we're getting older. Yeah. As of if you want to, if you want longevity in your training so that you can continue to exercise into your seventies, if you want your joints to be healthy, you know, and if you wanna be lean because you get license, lean muscular than you don't wanna put, you know, body weight training, right? They're like why? I think I think so big time dead lifts and bench presses and squats, although they're sexy and although they're great, I would I, I don't think I've met depressing. Like fifteen years, I, I don't even bench. It's such a technical people don't realize how technical. Yes, it's very technical if you don't do it right, you're going to injure a lot of things so and deadly to very technical. Yes, he, you know, I see it all the time. I go to gym. He's the, no, they have the deadly, but it's a technique you have to learn. Learn once you learn that technique? Sure. But if those are those are again the great exercises and and you know, once in awhile again, I don't remember or or bench press. I did do some jump squats this today with a barbell, but that was just help my closeness. But in general, I don't. I don't do those exercise because again, I'm forty nine years old man. Yeah. Well, you're not trading. You're not trying to be a lifter or a bodybuilder. Yeah, and there's other ways to train those, you know, important muscle groups. You know, your steer your muscles and stuff that you hit with dead lifts that that you can do with with the other training modalities. Yeah, yeah. So, yeah, I mean, you know, taking those out and putting in more body weight style, trading, some circuit training. Maybe one of my favorite body weight strength workouts is like, so basically what I'll do all 'cause I always like to have some type of conditioning in my workouts. Again, I'm all about lean and you know, being muscular. And so what I'll do like a circuit where I'll go Kay. So we'll do a minute run at seven or on the treadmill run for a minute. And then right away I do depths parallel dips rights, Pearl dips, upper body, shoulder, stability tries to core. You know, one of my one of my all time, favorite body weight strength exercises right there. You gotta get up there and do that are or or or dips men not dips on the fricken. Now on the bench, no bars. Know if somebody doesn't have you know the full size parallel bars. I love those baby. What's that? Lieber Lieber. Yeah. All stationary deals. Those are amazing, Anders cheap, and you can get those at the house. God bless Marc labored for creating those, but those are something exactly you can start to build start guys for people who are listening to this. Yeah, you should always be building your home gym? Yeah, no matter if you have a lot of rumor, not always be thinking about, okay. Oh, yeah. Dumbbells at home. I need a home. I need these Lieber things at home. Physician spans at hall suspension at home, a few medicine balls and these are cheap over over the course of the year. If you fast, you're a narrow like every month be like about by one more strength tool to have an amazing home gym in a year in year. Exactly. Amazing. Yeah. So he's still go to the gym during that year. Sure, you're, you're, you're, it's like The Shawshank Redemption. You know, like, you know how all busy out of. Year comes, you're like singer, Jim and empty it out in the in the courtyard from your from your pockets. Ever movies ever..

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Yeah every now and then we have to do it disclaimer about our impersonations a they're bad we know that and we embrace that so if you're like oh my god i don't understand that podcast had like the worst impersonation thank you that's the point second second of all we have like about four or five different impersonations spectrums there's like this tom town of all spectrum that's also craig erika jane there's the kristen wellness like seriously seriously but then turns into robin like small been you know and then there's like the captain sandy all well you know which is like just random generic mid west for no good reason and then there's vicky gumbleton who's also back on the bachelorette this season and also anybody else who's even kind of from the midwest yeah yeah so just you know it's always good to sort of put out those disclaimers the beginning of a new season for a show like below deck med yes below deck made and then this one is like okay how many bad accents can we do in when show oh yeah that's our other big that's our other huge huge spectrum is our australia to south africa slash perhaps as imbaba way spectrum just like a eight eight delay delay hurriedly their lieber lieber brutally beats you awhile i i also have to say something do you hear the dog barking no i'm just glad it's not okay girl okay no i wanna make sure i want to apologize if listeners are listening to this podcast like a dog will not stop working because the fuckers downstairs they're stupid little dog outside again.

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"To scape tunes used the lost gas on the left that's one of the cannibalism started deep through they say i make forty i hope so busy p company guy who make plain sport here in the white house my way malania would be present how be goodness cubic goodness to everyone is would these it why am i so frayed why am i here because you're doing a wonderful job based b b best made by lieber lieber decide stores everyone have been kissel with henry's browse sqi both of us recording live right here in los angeles my job i know he's making more children that would become killers of many i don't know if alania is going to do that any longer you don't think she's not going to have more kids i think she might be done you mean one and done maybe yeah i think you're good with barrett you think that she can possibly keep her hands off trump like that possibly just want to just pull down those being you trouser of his and just ride that little thumbprint i love i love bread pudding and theoretically that's basically the food form of donald trump so it just depends on whatever mood you're in that deep i it say everybody send malania back wetter she come from oh we can't have that we need her here she saving the country someone please let understand that's what you want to have happened but for the good of the people you think that she's holding things together she's the only good thing happened i don't know if she could be held responsible for a single thing i think he said somewhere just like frightened silence picking out shoes she's out she's taking on cyber bullying so her husband it's the biggest right well speaking of bullies we got a bunch of stuff to get to today number one i do have to say full disclosure it was our buddy seen as bachelor part of this past weekend and my brain speaking.

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"lieber lieber" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"lieber lieber" Discussed on Fore Play

"Fucking tiger woods because tiger woods at his peak was the most intimidating athlete on the face of the earth now let's just say this i'll say tiger never got injured tiger was continuously just being the best golfer of all time right you never would've went down on him in your vision of correct that you would have just been tiger i'm i like don't whole this is where i'm saying the whole day like i don't think he's a fraud i think i think rigs actually said it correctly he's a he's a socially awkward dude who's been you know a star since he was thirteen years old and he never ever liked became adjusted to the real lieber lieber one one of of those those so i don't hold any of like tiger being you know like real tiger fucking all these women at you know a perkins restaurant while pretending the tip the tip wells like bullshit come on your fucking rich rich a tip i'd just be thrown around money yeah that's your money money and and i'm i'm not not rich rich listening right tell them so that like that tiger i never on not like i hate tiger woods it's just i think tiger fan boys are a little over aggressive you could see what my point in bringing that up was you can see why we may think that he is back in the sense of what we're saying is because if he the way i look at it is if he never got hurt and he never went through all of the struggle that he went through from the age of thirty three to forty in these last seven or eight years that tournament that he had yesterday and this week would have still i think his performance would have been what he would have been playing these last eight or seven years that was tiger woods playing his high of a level as he could at this age one i'm not looked into with golf but i still find that hard i truly think he's rigs is saying he's he's swinging the hardest on the pga tour he's hitting he's hitting these balls so far that guys are literally saying to the media like i cannot believe tiger woods is hitting the ball this good at the.

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