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Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

CNBC's Fast Money

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

"Let's go to tonight's main of it and that is apple announcing a whole new fleet of products. Today you got an iphone. Thirteen many phone and new apple watch more but investors maybe wanting more stocks sliding into the closed down just about one percent. Let's get more on. What apple rolled out today and reaction. Josh lipton with that josh good evening. So let's start with apple's most important product the iphone apple ceo. Tim cook taking the virtual stage in saying these are the best iphones apple has ever created and here. The are the iphone thirteen. The iphone thirteen mini the iphone. Thirteen pro and the iphone. Thirteen pro max. All five g. enabled faster chips. Brighter displays bigger batteries and upgraded camera systems. As for prices. They do remain the same as last year. We would also expect of course the carriers to be typically aggressive when it comes to pricing as well the new iphones preorder on september seventeenth. They'll be available on. September twenty fourth also highlight today a new ipad. The comes the faster processor. Better camera costing three hundred twenty nine dollars. A new ipad mini that costs four hundred and ninety nine dollars both available next week and rounding out the show today. The new watch ceres. Seven twenty percent more area charges. Faster more crack resistant. Three hundred ninety dollars apple saying it is available later this fall but did not offer a hard date action heading into this event. Remember apple on a roll over the past three months. Fifteen percent besting the market but finish lower as you point on. Today's traded is lower for september potentially snapping a three month win streak now up fourteen percent for the

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Nvidia to Directly Challenge Intel With Arm-Based Server Chip

CNBC's Fast Money

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Nvidia to Directly Challenge Intel With Arm-Based Server Chip

"For we start off tonight with a semi smackdown the gloves coming off in the battle of the giants. Invidia fires of direct shot at intel. Let's get straight to. Josh lipton with all the details josh so melissa ceo jensen wong is transformed into a true powerhouse. With that companies graphics chips these are processors that generate images and accelerate. Now video plans to make its own servers. Cpu to those are the primary brains in most computing devices in video. Also saying t. That's first quarter. Revenue is tracking above its previous outlook of five point. three billion. And that's doc posted. Its best day here over a month. Some investors clearly saw in announcement as a direct shot at intel with reported twenty six billion in revenue permits data center group in two thousand and twenty. That was a jump eleven percent. that's doctors had. Its worst day since late february. So how bad is this news. Though for pat gelsinger techy. Patrick moore had capturing that his copy still does both certain advantages invidia with his new service is targeting more of a niche market. Patrick says and intel's still the giants dominates about ninety percent of this market. No response from intel on that invidia news. There was also that big one chip summit today remember. President binds infrastructure plan does include fifty billion dollars to the american chip industry. Melissa back to you josh. Quick question on the niche market point. How big is this market. Or how profitable is this to make the such a big deal that they're going after specifically this narrow part of the market. You're going after what it's called the hp hp mortgage so that is a market that would include things like national lab laboratories like los alamos. That's why patrick moorhead. In his point was saying one. These are different. Intel as dominating about ninety percent of that service you market and patrick's point is that intel's focus is different. It's really targeting. More general business uses and cloud providers. But we'll see how it plays out and listen

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Libsyn buys podcast ad company

podnews

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Libsyn buys podcast ad company

"Contest lipson are so acquire advertise cost a podcast advertising company for thirty million dollars last year. Advertise cast bought in twelve million in revenue grew forty five percent. We expect to generate meaningful revenue by offering the advertise costs solution to lipton's customers said lipson president lori sims in acquired podcast creation platform poss in february. And this more succumb lipson has also raised twenty five million dollars in funding to pay for the advertise cast acquisition and to provide lipson with additional capital for other strategic acquisitions

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Intel stock rallies as CEO Gelsinger announces aggressive manufacturing buildout

CNBC's Fast Money

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Intel stock rallies as CEO Gelsinger announces aggressive manufacturing buildout

"Shares are up five and a half percent. We've got new details from the call. Josh lipton scott. The details josh so melissa. We're listening to this call new. Co pat gelsinger. His on there. He's now giving guidance. Bring that to you. He says q. One is actually going to exceed the company's prior guidance. He cited strong notebook demand for that guidance for the year as well he did saying his words. Twenty twenty one is going to be transitional year as he says we accelerate trajectory invest in our future and improve execution also mentioned the critical component shores. We talked so much about bottom line for the year. Gelsinger says intel's looking for eps of four dollars and fifty five cents revenue seventy two billion and gross margins of fifty six point five percent an intel stocks surging here in the after

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Apple targets car production by 2024

CNBC's Fast Money

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Apple targets car production by 2024

"Of apple getting to the carpets and driving that sock three percent higher today. So what do we know. What does it mean for apple. Let's get to josh lipton for the details. Hey josh so melissa easy to understand why there is so much interest in this story. Just imagine tim cook taking the stage there before live audience and introducing an apple car. New report suggests that could be on the way that cook and company could introduce a self driving car by twenty twenty four. In fact with its own breakthrough battery technology that would apparently lower cost and increase the vehicle's range. It's easy to understand. Why could be interested in developing a car. The auto industry represents a big potential opportunity a two trillion dollar market on the other hand. We know there could be challenges for all the excitement and headlines. The auto industry is a low margin capital intensive business still apple rallying today now up nearly eighty percent so far this year and check out to companies that make light are sensors core component for self driving cars dina lulenar saw sharp gains added by the way magna international apple reportedly previously engaged that company and talks about manufacturing a car but talks apparently petered out back to you all

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Health officials track safety as COVID-19 vaccines roll out

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Health officials track safety as COVID-19 vaccines roll out

"California Public health officials say we are in the middle of the biggest surge since the pandemic began. Joshua Lipton has details live in the Cocoa News Center, state Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley. So staffing is the main concern for hospitals. If you look at where we were Two weeks ago with cases more in the range of 15,000 per day on average, and you look at where we are now creeping towards and even above 30,000 cases per day. That should tell you that in the next couple of weeks what are hospitals will be facing Governor Newsome says. Visor is sending more vaccines to California, he says. We're on track to vaccinate nearly two million Californians by the end of the year. Meanwhile, the remaining ICU bed capacity in the Southern California region, which includes San Diego, is down to 1.7% live in the new center Joshua Lipton, Coco News.

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Investigation into Hunter Biden's "tax affairs" began in 2018

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Investigation into Hunter Biden's "tax affairs" began in 2018

"Loan live in the new center. Joshua Lipton, Coco News president, Joe Biden. Son. Hunter says Delaware's top federal prosecutor is investigating him for his taxes. Hunter Biden said in a statement that he's confident the investigation will find he's handled his affairs. Legally and appropriately. The probe was disclosed five days before Joe Biden is expected to be formally selected as the next president by the Electoral College in a statement. The Biden here is transition team said. President elect Biden is deeply proud of his son and noted he will emerge

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Why has it been so hard to find the new Sony and Microsoft consoles?

CNBC's Fast Money

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Why has it been so hard to find the new Sony and Microsoft consoles?

"Well. One hot item this holiday season video game consoles but good luck finding one. Our dash lipton joins us now with details. Josh so melissa. Biggest console launch ever. That is how sony is describing the launch of its new playstation five console. Now we don't have hard numbers from the company detailing what that means exactly but presumably analysts say that means they shipped more than they did in two thousand thirteen the last time they launched new console that number remember four point two million and sony now says moore inventory will be coming before the end of the year so secret that it hasn't been easy to find these new consoles from sony or microsoft which launched the new xbox series x and s fact a microsoft executive recently suggested that its new consoles. We'll be supply constrained into next year. So why this shortage. Well i cs lewis ward says demand is way way up as more people all over the world now looking for in home entertainment due to the pandemic also notes. The copies do usually limit volume at least early on. That's because margins are thin due to new pricey components that changes over time of course as a component prices drop in volume then picks up. So who's going to win this war at least in the near term louis ward tells us that he's going to place his bet on sony. He forecasts sony itself. five million. Ps five calls by the end of the year for microsoft. He estimates three point seven million xbox series x and s

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Search ongoing for parents of 545 migrant kids separated by Trump

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Search ongoing for parents of 545 migrant kids separated by Trump

"Say they have been unable to find parents of 545 Children who were separated at the border early in the Trump administration. The Children were separated between July 1st 2017 in June. 26th 2018 when a federal judge in San Diego ordered that Children in government custody be reunited with their parents. About two thirds of parents of those 545 Children are believed to be in their countries of origin. Most of them were deported without their kids. And those Children are still in the U. S. With a sponsor. Volunteers have hit the ground in search of those parents going door to door in Guatemala and Honduras. Joshua Lipton

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Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

podnews

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,

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Is LinkedIn ready for Black LinkedIn?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:07 min | 1 year ago

Is LinkedIn ready for Black LinkedIn?

"Lipton has a reputation for being all businesses, but that has been changing recently especially in the last four months workers who are at home and trying to navigate racial upheaval in America are turning to Lincoln to talk about race and activism especially as it relates to work. Black. Workers say it's great that these conversations are happening on the Microsoft owned platform because so many executives and company decision makers are on Lincoln. Ashanti Martin wrote about this for the new. York Times. She said workers are being as she put it black any black black on Lincoln and lots of folks just aren't sure how to react. My first example in the article was that I e should Joseph made a post about companies who bring out there quote House Negro to deal with the difficult black employees visit tricky conversation because I could see how the word Ingo could be labeled as inflammatory. But the fact of the matter is that among black people understand these are these are conversations we have about the House Negro versus the Field Negro why does it matter for authentic black voices to appear on? Lincoln specifically as compared to say twitter. A lot of the discussion that you're seeing on link in is that how black people present themselves is often decided from a white perspective and I think the authenticity factor is a pushback is people demanding to be recognized for their full selves, but it is a very hard dynamic to overcome because you just see so much resistance to it and I think linked in exposes a lot of fat resistance. How Has Lincoln responded as well? I know one of the big problems that black users were having was that their content was. Hidden but they weren't being notified and it just lead to a lot of questions that linked hasn't really satisfactorily answered at this point. One of the things that give people cause for concern are the fact that linked in is an absolutely not diverse company. Three and a half percent of their employees are black. One percent of their leadership is black and only one point two percent of their tech workforces black who has programming these algorithms, and what are these algorithms and what is the machine learning to flag as well as the actual content moderators. The important conversations I think that people are really learning from our conversations about racism in the workplace and these people have a lot of followers. So what I think black professionals do not want to happen is to miss the opportunity to actually gain allies and to make a significant change in the workplace. I mean obviously, it coincides with what is happening in the in the country and do it also reflects conversations that are happening in the workplace to? I think it's hard to say because much of the professional workforce is remote right now in a way lengthened is one of the only ways to have conversations with colleagues. You don't have the chance opportunities to talk with your colleagues after meetings or during lunch breaks. So this is really the voice of professional life for a lot of people especially when it comes to talking about these topics, one thing I think is important to know is. That I think that these conversations are not ones that are easily had in the workplace just because of the dynamic of working with teams working face to face and maintaining a professional environment but I feel a sense of almost relief for a lot of black employees people of color other people have marginalized groups to be able to talk about these things and have their colleagues see these conversations that probably wouldn't take place in the physical office. I mean that's what I think is interesting is you're not writing about conversations in in some ways it's about. People Lincoln talking about workplaces and how they should be more. But what you say is that people are being, what did you say quote blackened black black. Lincoln Yeah that that what you're really seeing is is people being their true selves bringing their true selves to Lincoln in a way that didn't exist before and is. Making some white people uncomfortable, right Yeah. I have one of the questions that guided me as I was thinking about the article and doing interviews in writing it was. Thinking about black twitter and the impact that black twitter has had on our culture just in terms of simply the language the memes will also the Hash Tags Black Lives Matter Oscarssowhite, amend the conversations that come of those Hashtags, Meredith, Clark who I spoke to from my article. She's probably the leading scholar. On black twitter, she's writing a book about it She's a professor at the University of Virginia and she also talks about how black twitter really demands accountability. So in thinking about that impact, the black twitter has had on our culture American culture specifically I started to think about what if that same model was applied to black link thin and how it might affect just the presence of black people in offices across

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How To Improve Digestion

Live Your Own Fit Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

How To Improve Digestion

"Welcome to today's leave your own feet podcast with Pete and Jamile Jacobs where he to explore the changes, you can expect when changing your diet as health fitness and wellbeing coaches. We are really passionate about saying clients thrive on nutritional changes, style changes. So we just Kinda. Take you through a road map of what he can expect when you change your Diet We find clients do say some. Different symptoms sometimes they're a little bit scared and they don't WanNa go on but thank goodness I do go on and we just want to make sure that your not making those common mistakes as many people. Do you put one foot in front of the other and you continue your health and wellness journey? Yes. So this is the thing that comes up all the time that. Basically you got in your body and everything is in a certain pattern and with the way that you've been aiding and we're just going to talk about few of those things that are affected when you change even if it's for the healthy change, sometimes that feels really terrible and those are the symptoms that we're going to talk about today to Nikic Cleef you want starting to feel bad even if you're eating healthy foods and sometimes what you think is healthy foods is not actually healthy of the year that we need to von I what it means when we say a healthy dot version of a healthy dot. Yes. So Al Vision is lots of nutrient dense. Quality Foods. So that means quality proteins in the forms of mate fish and eggs you're looking at you know yummy visuals in the foams of your grains and you'll low a carbohydrate visuals and then in terms of Um fats ox. oxidized facet aunt inflammatory, and that a full of lots of good Amiga three anti-inflammatory properties. So if you don't currently a Mate fish and eggs like as your primary source of protein and fats at the majority of your meals. And maybe you've tried it before and said I can't go on Oh maybe you at trying it now and not feeling comfortable making those changes and adding in more of those proteins. His some of the reasons why that might be happening. Well some of the symptoms I find people can experience. very much are some bloating and discomfort perhaps when they re introducing some mate back into their diets especially if they're having something like stike or a chicken breast as not necessarily slow cooked and doesn't have much liquid to it so they can experience dislike of the taste indigestion bloating their bowel movements may be Ada infrequent or more frequent and may have gas skinny. She's aches and pains or they may gain weight. Paint can explain a little more now. Yeah well, I I just want to take a step back and say if you have any issues of anything less than absolutely perfect health, which I'd be surprised to meet somebody who had absolutely perfect health. Then You need to understand the big picture means that if you're having perfect health and all your cells, whole minds are also a little less than perfect as well because everything is connected. So always think about the big picture view and everything coming to understanding your health and what matters is going to be much much easier to understand less anxious and less kind of wasting. Your time focusing on the small little things if you've got less than perfect health is a good chance. Your digestion is going to be less than perfect also, but there's so many layers to what that means. That could mean that your gut mach bomb is totally unbalanced and it's all around the sugars and that you've been eating and you've got my car bomb just. Have, expanded and Growin based on sugar. So you've got that type of. Bacteria and you got other things maybe that you haven't been eating your well because your health is out of whack, you may also have a good functioning liver could functioning lobe Goldblatt Ada, and that means you're not going to digest fats very well you also I don't producing good hydrochloric acid so you. Digest the proteins very well. You also might be experiencing Lakey because of high levels of some plant toxins. Plant compounds can also cause autoimmune reactions. You may also have a histamine intolerance You may have a reaction or deficiencies caused by some of those plant toxins like oxalate, Lipton's fodder acids enzyme in hit it is inhibited Tannin's fiber and the plant list does kate going on and on sulfates. And then there's an intolerance or complete inability to digest what some humans can such as dairy dairy I want a to Kane and lactose the dairy sugar or you may experience a really imbalance of electrolytes and B. Really lacking in magnesium and sodium as well. So these are some of the things that could be causing you to feel fatigued physical pain discomfort bloating all the things John, mentioned before. At in the over training. So if someone's doing a lot of high intensity training or a lot of training the hate and sweating a lot, they'll experience all of the above symptoms pay despite a bath.

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Marine jet pilot ejects after mid-air collision with plane in California

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Marine jet pilot ejects after mid-air collision with plane in California

"Nine Marines have survived a mid air collision near the Salton Sea in the southern California desert More now from NBC News Radio's Joshua Lipton. The Marine Corps doesn't have 35 fighter jet clipped the wing of a cargo plane during mid air refueling Tuesday afternoon in Imperial County. The fighter pilot ejected safely and is being treated for injuries. The other eight Marines on board also landed safely.

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Reading the tea leaves

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Reading the tea leaves

"Album to own a rousing carry the show where we just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal. But take pride ourselves Yup make the claims we show up. So you don't have to. Carry poppy and finally a hot drinks investigation. That's right. Yeah. So what's in the tea leaves for this investigation? It's funny. You should say it that way because we are or something in the cards investigating hope nope. You were there and then you have the right idiom. Tea Leaves Tea Leaf reading my goodness. They still do that sort of a feels like something from bygone era totally. Yeah. So people used to do this to read your fortune you get loose leaf tea put it in a cup swish it around turn it a certain way and the way those tea leaves fell told Jim Things about your future or your past there's even an autograph named for this task theocracy. Reading tea leaves. So if your name is Tassie Take Note Aka Tassio Mansi Oh. Okay. So AMAS Tassie. But you're Mansi. This has been around for a long time in various forms goes way back the idea that you drink your tea but you know you do it with all the loose leaf plant matter in your debris, right? Yeah. t debris not like these nice little treatise. Not, that you like. Dunk one of these Handy Dandy little teabags that we now it's Lipton tea or something come on let's be clear and then afterwards will not be. You've got these dregs at the bottom and what are you gonNa do with them just throw them out. No learn the future from them why not turn trash into treasure your on at tank you. Good So. So yeah the ideas then after you've drunk your tea hot drinks. Then, you swirl around what's left and it forms these images that you can use either like a symbol dictionary or maybe you've assembled your own Interpretations Yeah Oga Point I bet that's where this came from kind of looking at the clouds and saying it's a bunny and that means that I'll get a bunny. That's that's my God is that this is kind of an invocation of payroll. Yeah. Oh, we have kind of random splatter pattern. Let's use that to read our own subjective messages into it. Paradise is the known psychological phenomenon where we see something that looks even vaguely like it could be a face or. Anything that might threaten US or in have agency. We will see that. Yes. So that is the first thing we'll see and even if it. Looks like. Face on Mars. Just under the right grainy settings. Is Selective angle of lighting yeah. We'll make out that face or we'll make out that eagle or whatever it may be. My favorite example is the front of a neon car just naturally looks like it's smiling at you. Oh. Yeah right yeah. There are certain cars I'll follow behind like Oh. That looks like a happy old man right car and it's interesting how many place names come from certain geographical features that look like. Something like Eagle, rock near US air is Iraq the mail in profile Kinda looks like an eagle. Yeah. To us. Would it look like an eagle to a cat or a pigeon? No one asks them because they have different ways a sensing the world. But in this case we've got tea leaves in a teacup someone looked at them and yeah, I, would I would guess said, Oh, you know what I see a sword. That means your life is threatened right? It certainly doesn't mean I need to clean up this cup. Eventually. Hopefully, the cup gets cleaned. And people done this with coffee as well. Oh. Really. Okay which. With the grounds probably have grounds for prophecy there. Yeah boy I never really thought about how this is really just an excuse for being very sloppy, Cook. Well, it's clean up afterwards but yeah, and it seems like people have like their preferred types of tea which plants they're using. But we we've got a couple options here and we lefty E.. We also found out that you can order a tea leaf reading without even drinking tea. Absolutely. You can have someone else drink for you or say that they did. And give you a reading. Someone is available to do that. So actually this happened back when we had our episode about the Emergency Tarot reading this is back in early July night we sent out a bunch of things we signed up for various at sea stuff and I've just had in the back of my mind this whole time that I have tea leaf reading in my inbox that I haven't even read a- from July. Okay. So we'll get to double dip this particular teabag because if it applied to in July or if it applies to be now, oh, right. Impress war if she or he or they said something specific about what would happen immediately following the reading. Test exactly I sent you the deal that I had used when I did the search tea leaf reading or t reading, and then I realized I had actually bought three tea leaf reading. So Geez at the same time. So from different vendors. Yeah. I. Still haven't read them I'm excited to find out what these different tea leaf readings said about me. Okay. So let's place bets. Do you think of the four tea leaf readings? We've got three for you. The one for me do you think any of them will include a picture of the actual t they supposedly drank? I would love that I'm going to guess no, I'm going to guess no as well. That would be cool. It seems like. A basic thing in this world of cell phones if you're going to all that trouble of making tea, drinking it for me and looking at the shapes that came thereby that you would take a

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Oracle Results Bolstered by Cloud-Computing Growth

CNBC's Fast Money

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Oracle Results Bolstered by Cloud-Computing Growth

"Peleton and Oracle both on the move. After results we got full team coverage. Let's kick things off Josh Lipton. Oracle's quarter Josh. So Melissa I caught up with Kirk turnover at ever corker covers oracle I to his quick taking solid top and bottom line results driven says by licensed revenue beat and lower operating expenses. Key questions on the call queue to guides, which we just got now relate to you all more color about its competitive position in the public cloud market. When is EPS Growth Kirk wants? To translate into cash flow growth. Of course, another big question is Oracle's in Tik toks US operations. Kirk is actually previously written about says, it could make sense of Oracle. Sees that as more of an investment meaning, find a partner and then spin out the business and that scenario he says, oracle would run TIKTOK instead, it really just gains a new Internet customer for. Its cloud business co soffer cats also giving some color here saying our infrastructure businesses are also growing rapidly as revenue from zoom more than doubled from four last year to Q. One and this year I have a high level of confidence. She says that our revenue accelerate as we move on past covid

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Trump Expresses Support for Oracle to Buy TikTok

CNBC's Fast Money

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Trump Expresses Support for Oracle to Buy TikTok

"Tiktok apparently has a new suitor oracle reportedly joining Microsoft and possibly twitter in expressing interest in buying. Tick Tock. Australian and New Zealand assets. Well, today we're getting fresh comments from one president trump on all of this. Let's get right out of Josh Lipton. With more on the Tick Tock Saga Josh. So Brian. President trump is now weighing in. Let me bring those comments saying Oracle is a good company that could take over Tik toks US business. He also repeated the demand by the way that the US Treasury must get some share of the sale and there must be a resolution here. He says by September fifteenth now I also checked in with ever course Kirk maternity covers the name I wanna Kirk take on this. He says if Larry Ellison can find the right partners and get the right price. Then maybe this idea isn't so far fetched she says, Oracle, certainly has the cash to bit along with another. Firm with a cash pile of forty, three, billion and counting and Kirk says, perhaps, oracle could see this as more of an investment meaning Larry. Ellison would find the right partner or partners and then spin out the business once it's officially based here in the US in that scenario, oracle would not be running tiktok. It would just gain a big. New. Internet, client for its cloud business storing and protecting all that user data and also checked in with Brent Tila jeffries bottom line. He sees this as a low probability event arguing that Oracle is an enterprise company doesn't know the consumer as a spotty track record of emanate. It's Microsoft Brent believes that is ultimately the better fit here for Tiktok one interesting wrinkle hoyer though is Mr Larry. Ellison. He has that unique relationship with president trump the very rare tech exact that openly supports the president even reportedly remember hosting fundraisers for him earlier this

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Wonder Media Network signs with WME

podnews

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Wonder Media Network signs with WME

"Welcome to the New York Times Company Second Quarter Two thousand twenty earnings conference call. On the call today, we have married. It's cope it Levian executive vice president and chief. Operating Officer last. We acquired cereal production. We've also entered into an ongoing. Strategic Alliance with American light among other things will tell the American life podcast advertising. Next year New York Times CEO in waiting meredith cockpit. Hitlerian with the news of the company is to sell ads within this American lives podcast from next year. She also said that the daily has an average of three and a half million daily listeners few more than this podcast. The female founded and led podcast network. Wonder Media Network has signed with talent agency, w. m. e. to help the network expanded into books and television w emmy already represent pyrex rusty quill crooked media and Malcolm glad well answer Elton John. Lipton's CEO Chris Spencer has resigned. It worked at Lipson for fifteen years and we'll stay on as a senior advisor to the company. Last year bonus payments to spend. So was cited as one reason for a revolt by minority shareholders the settlements last October installed a number of new board members who's been publicly critical of the company and none of those are quoted in lip since release. Google. Play Music's podcast portal will no longer accepts new podcasts quote in the next few weeks according to an email from the company they'll be removing it entirely later in the year, you should be using Google podcasts manager instead the podcast academy holding August social a weak today via zoom, of course, meanwhile, new research into share of audio listening in Australia will be unveiled on August twenty sixth you'll find links. To both of those Paul's dot events and expanding yet further specify a hiring for a head of audio books. Is there anything that company won't touch a thank you to the podcast engineer for becoming our latest supporter based in Atlanta in Georgia the podcast engineer does podcast editing mixing and production so you can treat your listeners to quality audio you should be like them at hot news dot net slash support. And Impalas News Memory Lane with Kerry God limo interviews, different guest every week like Romesh Ranga Nathan Jo brand and. A Kosta talking about their five favorite photographs one. If you use the entail APP, you get to see the photographs as well. Also interactive with the tail APP is making the cuts with Davina McCall Michael Douglas. Not. That Michael Douglas presumably it's a podcast like trip advisor feel life apparently and just a little prick podcast with Pete Wiggs, it's all about two twos obviously and scientists using world of warcraft to learn how to fight covid nineteen that's according to wild wild tech which launched. Yes. Today these are the stories about your favorite tech companies that are seldom told they

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Why Microsoft wants TikTok

CNBC's Fast Money

08:32 min | 1 year ago

Why Microsoft wants TikTok

"We start off with the deal that has got wall. Street. Washington, and the World Talking Microsoft dying and acquisition of Tiktok in this comes after president trump threatened to ban the video sharing APP here in the US over security concerns the president then made an about face and gave Microsoft the go ahead to proceed with the deal shares of Microsoft rallying today. Let's get to Josh. Lipton with the very latest Josh. So Melissa President trump also weighing in here. Take a listen to what he had to say today. Would have closed down on September fifteenth unless Microsoft or somebody else's able to buy it and work out a deal inappropriate deal. So the Treasury of the. Really, the Treasury I guess you say of the United, states, gets a lot of money. So, why is Microsoft interested in Tiktok? Well, it's a wildly popular APP with one hundred, million users already here in the US engagement trends are strong and stuff that users already spent over an hour a day on the APP Tales. Patrick at emphasizes too broad reasons why he says this could make strategic sense argues Microsoft is relatively weak in consumer services with the exception of xbox live gaming service. So Co a delicate immediately become a much bigger player in consumer technology second this is a potential moneymaker in delicate monetize that big pool of fans to advertising business that the company well understands but they are. Real risks to Microsoft's history and consumer focused acquisitions is mixed from Nokia's handset business to mixture. It's live streaming service. There's also the question of focus here and Adela has concentrated on the enterprise market analysts say that has served his company very well and kept him out of that Regulatory Spotlight Melissa back to you Josh. Thank you. Josh with the latest on Microsoft tiktok cloud plowed his business that got Microsoft to where it is today. Guy Me. So if you Microsoft goes down this road of buying this business while it seems like it's the hottest property around in social media does that do Microsoft shareholders? Well? Probably Yeah I mean the market today told you absolutely yes and a lot of people say it style drift and could lead them down a bad road but you know what are we talking about in terms of price tag your I haven't seen anywhere from forty to fifty billion dollars. You probably know better than I and it's it's it's basically rounding. For Microsoft Number One and number two, the move into stock more than paid for the deal. So it's hard not to like. This Mike Real question is clearly I missed that day in college when the US Treasury gets investment banking fees on deals that are done between two companies I don't know how I missed it, but clearly, I did what? What? Exactly? How does the US Treasury come into this equation? I guess it's somewhat of rhetorical question but you know this whole thing is fascinating to me on a number of levels. But the answer, your original question I don't think it's negative Microsoft and the market today told you it's positive. I mean the order to divest is one interesting aspect of this whole affair. Then there's I mean when I read it, I immediately thought like brokers fee Harkening to Donald Trump's real estate days I don't know if he thinks he gets twenty per treasury excuse me gets twenty percent or what exactly the Treasury is GonNa get out of this whole thing Karen on one can only imagine. I have no idea. Maybe one has got. To be in this situation. It really is crazy I don't love the precedent at all. I feel like we're just sort of taunting. China to. have some sort of reciprocal response that I would imagine. We really won't like very much. So I I'm. Kind of perplexed by the whole thing and I mean I don't know what the right Fi is a. The whole thing is. That part is so crazy he did. Trump say either to Microsoft or someone else I don't know I mean. Microsoft can compete with anyone in terms of price. I don't know if there is a possibility of someone else, but I get also Microsoft which sort of want to give it a try why not money is free to them practically, I mean they have cash but if they wanted to do with dad, it's practically free to them. So I know the woman Tiktok doesn't make money, but I still think it's interesting for them to do and clearly guy pointed out the stock market or the Microsoft holders. It. bakes. Well there's two things here on the big kind of geopolitical. If you don't think that the global economy is fracturing at least into pieces than you're not paying attention because that's what the deal the precedents of this deal is number two on the Microsoft Front. I personally. Don't understand why Microsoft would want this the only thing that makes sense if they can get it at a discount because bike dances forced to divest it but I'm not sure I mean again Josh. They don't have a great history on the consumer side. I mean I'm sure guy still remembers the Zun I still have one of those that was an abject failure. Don't know what this does for them. I do it. You know you you lose focus. So for me I don't really like it but you know what? I'm not the stock market and the stock market like ten. This is exactly Brian San Love Brandon Guy. This is exactly why Microsoft wants it because they're not here because because everyone else first of all, that could be a buyer of this is is in Washington under the scrutiny of the government in terms of their social platforms or too big. This totally makes sense I mean think about the business that they just told you about in gaming an xbox and even azure and the fact that ninety percent of the market. Cap Probably is enterprise. That's the whole point. That's why you'd be going after this year to me. This is this makes a ton of sense because they're probably the only guys can step in and buy it at least with this type of ability to navigate both Washington navigate the financials and yes, they are getting it at a beaten down valuation. If you're getting this anywhere from I, don't know seven eight to ten times. Where these guys are in terms of revenue, that's Eba dos gives me e extraordinary and I think it's actually been proven to be. We've talked about on this show why facebook is running scared of TIKTOK. So why wouldn't Microsoft running towards talk? It makes a lot of sense I like it. All right. Let's get more on what this deal could mean for. Microsoft let's bring in is jared Weiss fell jared great to speak with you. You also think this deal makes a whole lot of sense. In terms of the synergies across the consumer business think this deal could enhance for Microsoft. I think at the end of the day, the biggest takeaway should be from Microsoft perspective when you have the ability to go ahead and integrate a lot of the capabilities that tic TAC. TIKTOK has you think about the technology stack that TIKTOK has and it's incredibly sophisticated. So you can then leverage that and marry that with some of the internal capabilities that Microsoft already has on Azure with the second largest cloud service provider the on the planet I think the the capabilities are dramatic. Tiktok knows what you. Want before you even know that. So when you the leverage that with the capabilities of absorb, I think it makes a lot of sense and then to the earlier point that was brought up I think that's actually key. If you then have the ability to leverage that and bring it into gaming, bring that into Cortina the digital search engine, bring that into being I think the the possibilities are significant. So it it certainly makes a lot of sense obviously, the stock market rewarded Microsoft today and you've added more than. The top valuation in Microsoft's Market Kaplan. Is. There a risk though that that tiktok is the next snap in that snap has run into user growth issues and monetization issues or is finding a home in Microsoft good to going to sorta bypass that possibility is outcome. It's a fair point, but you almost have a free call option if you're searching. You have the ability to go ahead and acquire the asset potentially on the cheap, and if you think about it, you've got one party Microsoft, which is potentially the only party that's available to acquire something of this size with with with regulatory concerns, and if you've got tiktok on the other side there, obviously desperate from a seller perspective. So valuation short plays part of it, and then strategically if you think about the ability to go ahead and integrate. Integrate technology into the Microsoft Stack statues getting a free look at not only can potentially accelerate growth drivers of his existing business. He then has a free call option on expanding the total addressable market to go ahead and think about competition versus facebook getting snap. It's ever

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"lipton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

14:17 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Coast to coast AM I am leasing our my guest is Dr Bruce Lipton and let's go back to our phone lines here you've got Nancy east of the Rockies hi Nancy what is your question for March I would like to be returned to the woman I talked to at the end request yes questions my questions for the for the for you guessed it for Dr Bruce Lipton yeah yes S. U. S. I. right our great question add water that is killing us what they put in the water the more I and it is not cortisol the measuring factor of the stress hormone yes I am and then also you people do not have the and are afraid of doctors right now I need one desperately needed one I've been trying to get one since last June my community is failing me everyone is failing me I'm sixty nine years old and they beat down my door in December I from the flight out that chicks box for me that broke down her door and illegally searched Bensinger home where they just broke down my door and said it was for safety what about my safety I'm a PST person I've had around his childhood I said over and just like the night my right shin and what happened to liberty but let's let's actually talk about the stress hormone let's talk about that for a second because it could be really helpful for you to understand what that means so if you don't mind doctor Bruce could you talk about the affects of the stress hormone and cortisol on the body and how it could help by really going inside to maybe yourself well there are there basically it is stress was designed for immediate function like being chased by a saber tooth Tigers of the stress functions will only like shopping or redirecting the body's energy for a very short time that was originally designed to run away from the tiger the stresses over you go back to life again but as we've been talking about the stresses today are twenty four seven three sixty five a human body was never designed for prolonged stress chronic stress that's where ninety percent of the onus on this planet comes from whether it's cardiovascular disease and cancer people think jeans cause cancer the cycle primarily stresses causing cancer there's no gene causes cancer in fact and the Romans about this is that we're living out of balance and this balance has a physiological consequence of of self destruction this is what we're seeing right now because cortisol inhibits our growth inhibitory immune system and have a Scientologist and that's a downhill run and we're on that right now and it's been propagated like crazy over all over the media would would fear of you know fear of death is like the greatest fear of all sent and that's what you're you know pushing you're gonna die of course that's injecting fear and and exacerbating every problem we have is just even that media about the fear so we'll be good to just calm that down into go into something that as I mentioned earlier find out something that you took for granted before that you really appreciate now and that might help you maybe even make a list of that to find the things that you appreciate and I'll help you choose thoughtfully intentionally what you want to go back to doing Norman cousins rewarded familiar with his booking only laughed himself the wellness and the other this he said was presumably insurable and and after getting a diagnosis he just went into a locked himself in a hotel and and just watch funny movies and funny movies and funny movies and at some point it came out of that whole situation who who is the manager of all of these being short and what was that it was being enjoyed was laughing because the chemistry of a body that's in happiness has wonderful chemicals in it that take care of the system one of the most important chemicals released and I've happy experience it is called growth hormone that does exactly what the name says and it's interesting that that's fundamental just for example it when people in love there's a burst of growth hormone and and it's interesting because of people and they they look at sometimes a couple of their better and more of like a take a look see how they glow see how healthy they are like oh this is this is not a coincidence or chance as a consequence of of focusing that believe on something positive because the chemistry of a positive picture is positive to our health and the chemistry of the scary pictures we talked about the whole sequence of stress hormones and what are called cytokines that control the immune system all of that will pick a warehouse because it wasn't designed to be prolonged was only to run away from a vampire they get back to having a good life is done and we never get to get back who you know right we're just in a concentrated by the tiger twenty four seven three sixty five constant state of stress yes especially it is so heightened now the to the fact that when people if you happen to walk by anyone who's on the opposite side of the street they looked down as if saying hi from across the street could infect them and it I've seen it all day and it it blows my mind but it's okay to wave to someone across the street like down the block yeah I think it's okay anyway that I want to we operate up that's the whole question what are we afraid of what we've done and then I go let's be realistic we're not going to die like crazy people which is saying the same cold for the people of the same ones that are are really going to be affected just more of that same group more of the age of those in nursing homes and those with compromised systems the that that's called the court those people with those characteristics more of them will die with this flu than in the previous year but not the population of young people and all that stuff you know I I I saw one headline a baby died from corona virus that's what they said okay and how it is this is like a baby what are the other things that were involved with that baby nobody talks about that all these extenuating circumstances but the last thing that happened with virus and then he died of a virus that ends like and then they make this like big stories to one person okay top of the world is just one person but that was necessary to write because as soon as that happens like oh my god children are going to die from this is like one side right we don't know the circumstances but the fear especially in parents is like oh my god you know the children and then you know that were running up here again yeah it never stops chasing you it's it's just interesting way to think about this let's go to Mickey in queens New York hi Hey Mickey has it going tonight oh hi it's a pleasure to hear you at first on my global hosting the program well good absolutely absolutely thank you do you have a question for Bruce Lipton's something he can help you with yes hold back on earth after leave so I'm I would like to you might have heard so many times that is too late to reverse the damage of the planet but I also wanted to let him know that I'm using for testing what optimize course said team you see he said based bio flavonoid and I'm getting counsel from that Ranil beats he it should be H. D. he he sounds like he could be a good friend of that the keys and I have his number here nine five four we we don't give numbers on there we can't do that for people's privacy but it is that is a good suggestion I don't think it's too late for our environment what do you think doctor Dr Lipton my goodness the environment is that's what we talked about the division of humans just stop treading on it so heavily it comes back in the shortest of time here where we are New Zealand there was an area that was over fish and the government had okay that said no fishing in this massive zone of the city and five years the fish level population in that area is back to what it was before people were here in New Zealand as well stopped it all came back and Chernobyl as we talked about turned into this wildlife sanctuary right now and even around Fukushima so all of the things that even a here's a you know an interesting fact that volcanic islands were created when volcanoes go off and then a lot of you know goes out in the city and they have these islands on these islands they start out as nothing but lava but within ten years these islands are covered with bushes and trees and vegetation and it's like it was just like nature will fill that space and then fill it with beautiful nature when given the opportunity if we step back and we stop the pollution of the planet which is a real freaky part when corporations over ride the environmental protection that we need and allow the pollution that is what is hindering yeah the the return of the planet well we really need very strict environmental understanding because we cannot live without an ecosystem it doesn't work and we are an extension of the ecosystem by evolution so the point is you if you chop out the bottom the topical action is estimating for Clinton yeah I mean it is fastened I'm sorry was that last piece he said that's why we're we're facing a mass extinction E. we don't have to we haven't paid attention to what are we doing to our our Mother Earth well think about a lot of the corporations are shut down so they're not toxic dumping in a lot of that waste is not being put into the environment right now yet there are still the same amount of people working Hey if they're working from home say for example in the world so if you have the same amount of people that are still able to get work done maybe from home and you don't have the toxic dumping then we could actually reverse the situation and do less work in these major of the polluting environments and stay in our own homes where we're not going to necessarily want to do that we really aren't going to want to pollute our own backyards and families and things could really take it turned chest by that simple effort of working from home half the time then going to a regression or traffic yeah the amount of traffic that is continuous and belching all the toxic fumes I mean this is a simple point you can brief more comes out of the exhaust pipe that would kill you I was like yeah I looked at all the exhaust weed seeds I think we should be taking more classes on home gardening these are things that you can watch and you can you know try to listen to online is how to do your own yard work and how to do home garden and there's different things having the easiest things to possibly to grow or things like Basil and mint and then you can after the herbs you can start with little like tomatoes zucchini it's it's a fun it's fun if you don't don't start with the avocado tree I mean I tried that and it died really fast so gardening put your hands back into the earth all rights that connects us it's a it's called grounding actually and it's very important to be in that connection with the planted with this is how we evolved and and more of our human evolution is the more of a disconnection from what we've all from and the reality is this is that's artificial you can't do that we can't disconnect from the environment we are so if we don't learn the harmony and this is what the the planet is they're saying listen you've got to learn this now there's a short time left and if you learn it it's going to be really great because you can return to a garden that's what the whole idea was imagine if you could go back to the card and even if you live in an apartment with a balcony you can turn the balcony into a garden was planted boxes absolutely and I won't have a rodent problem growing food in the city is an important future for us all mainly because of climate change and you know that's a big topic on its own because that's another part of the required evolution within that we're dealing with climate change and yes I know people talk about rising water and the cities on the coast and all that and I go about that is a problem but you just were talking about the most major problem and that is that's how can you have agriculture.

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"lipton" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Welcome back to coast to coast AM I am leasing our my guest is Dr Bruce Lipton and let's go back to our phone lines you've got Nancy east of the Rockies hi Nancy what is your question for March I would like to be returned to the woman I talked to at the end request yes question my questions for the for the for you guessed it for Dr Bruce Lipton yes yes yes to do it so I write great question add water that is killing us what you put in the water the water right and it is not cortisol the measuring factor the stress hormone yes I and then also you people do not have the and are afraid of doctors right now I need one desperately I needed one I've been trying to get one since last June my community is failing me everyone is failing me I'm sixty nine years old and they beat down my door in December I've come to find out that six blocks from me they broke down her door and they illegally sixpence senior care home where they just broke down my door and said it was for safety what about my safety I'm a PSP person I've had around his childhood I set of currencies like the night my right and what happened to liberty but let's let's actually talk about the stress hormone let's talk about that for a second because it could be really helpful for you to understand what that means so if you don't mind doctor Bruce could you talk about the affects of the stress hormone and cortisol on the body and how it could help by really going inside to maybe yourself well there are there basically it is stress was designed for immediate function like being chased by a saber tooth tiger so the stress functions will only like shopping or re directing the body's energy for a very short time that was originally designed to run away from the tiger the stresses over you go back to life again but as we've been talking about the stresses today are twenty four seven three sixty five a human body was never designed for prolonged stress chronic stress that's where ninety percent of illness on this planet comes from whether it's cardio vascular disease and cancer people think change cause cancer the cycle primarily stresses causing cancer there is no gene causes cancer in fact and the relevance about this is that we're living out of balance and this balance has a physiological consequence of of self destruction this is what we're seeing right now because cortisol inhibits our growth inhibitory immune system and have this on television and that's a downhill run and we're on that right now and it's been propagated like crazy over all over the media we would fear of you know fear of death is like the greatest fear of all and that's what you're you know pushing you're gonna die of course that's injecting fear and and exacerbating every problem we have is just even that media about the fear so it would be good to just calm that down into go into something that as I mentioned earlier find out something that you took for granted before that you really appreciate now and that might help you maybe even make a list of that to find the things that you appreciate and I'll help you choose thoughtfully intentionally what you want to go back to doing Norman cousins re what is familiar with his booking only laughed himself the wellness and the other a disease that was presumably insurable and and after getting a diagnosis he just went into the lock himself in a hotel and and just watch funny movies and funny movies funny movies and at some point it came out of that whole situation would lose the interval of these being short and what was that it was being enjoyed was laughing because the chemistry of a body that's in happiness has wonderful chemicals in it that take care of the system one of the most important chemicals released in a happy experience it is called growth hormone that does exactly what the name says and it's interesting is that fundamental just for example it when people in love there's a burst of growth hormone and and it's interesting because of people and they they look at sometimes a couple's lives better and love like a take a look to see how they glow see how healthy they are they go this is this is not a coincidence or chance it's a consequence of a focusing that believe on something positive out because the chemistry of a positive picture is positive to our help in the chemistry of the scary pictures we talked about the whole sequence of stress hormones and what are called cytokines that control the immune system all of that will take away health because it wasn't designed to be prolonged was only run away from that damn tiger then get back to having a good life is done and we never get to get back who you know right we're just in the concentrated by the tiger twenty four seven three sixty five constant state of stress yes especially its is so heightened now the to the fact that when people if you happen to walk by anyone who's on the opposite side of the street they looked down as if saying hi from across the street could infect them and it I've seen it all day and it it blows my mind but it's okay to wave to someone across the street right down the block yeah I think it's okay anyway that I want to we operate up that's the whole question what are we afraid of what we've done and then I go let's be realistic we're not going to die like crazy people which is saying the same cold for the people of the same ones that are really going to be affected just more of that same group more of the age of those in nursing homes and those with compromised systems the that that's called the Cold War those people with those characteristics more of them will die with this flu than in the previous year but not the population of young people and all that stuff you know I I I saw one headline a baby died from corona virus that's what they said okay and how it is this is like a baby one of the other things that were involved with that baby nobody talks about that that all these extenuating circumstances but the last thing that happened with viruses and he died of the virus that ends like and then they make this like big stories to one person okay if the world is not just one person but that was necessary to write because as soon as that happens like oh my god children are going to die from this is like one side right we don't know the circumstances but the fear especially in parents is like oh my god you know the children and then you know that were running up here again yeah it never stops chasing you it's it's just interesting way to think about this let's go to Mickey in queens New York hi name Mickey has it going tonight oh hi it's a pleasure to hear you at first semi your goal posted at twelve rounds well good absolutely absolutely thank you do you have a question for Bruce Lipton's something he can help you with yeah I will not go to any doctor leaves some I will lead to a you might have heard so many times that is too late to reverse the damage of the planet but I also wanted to let him know that I'm using for testing what optimized quarter said team if he is safe based bio flavonoid and I'm getting counsel from that Ronald Batiste he said P. H. D. he sounds like he could be a good friend of that the keys and I have his number here nine five four we we don't give numbers on there we can't do that for people's privacy but it is that is a good suggestion I don't think it's too late for our environment what do you think doctor Dr Lipton my goodness the environment is that's what we talked about this it is if humans just stop treading on it so heavily it comes back in the shortest of time here where we are in New Zealand there was an area that was over fish and the government had okay that said no fishing in this massive zone of the city and five years the official level population in that area is back to what it was before people were here in New Zealand as well it all came back and Chernobyl as we talked about turned into this wildlife sanctuary right now home and even around Fukushima so all of the things that even a here's a you know an interesting fact that volcanic islands were created when volcanoes go off and then a lot of you know goes out in the city and they have these islands in these islands they start out with nothing but lava but within ten years these islands are covered with bushes and trees and vegetation and the flight it was just like nature will fill that space and then fill it with beautiful nature when given the opportunity if we step back and we stop the pollution of the planet which is a real freaky part one corporation override the environmental protection that we need and allow the pollution that is what is hindering yeah the the return of the planets we really need very strict environmental understanding because we cannot live without an ecosystem it doesn't work and we are an extension of the ecosystem by evolution so the point is you if you chop out the bottom the top local option it is in a meeting for Clinton yeah I mean it is fastened I'm sorry was that last piece he said that's what we're we're facing a mass extinction he don't have to we haven't paid attention to what are we doing for our Mother Earth well think about a lot of the corporations are shut down so they're not toxic dumping in a lot of that waste is not being put into the environment right now yet there are still the same amount of people working Hey if they're working from home say for example in the world so if you have the same amount of people that are still able to get work done maybe from home and you don't have the toxic dumping then we could actually reverse the situation and do less work in these major of the polluting environments and stay in our own homes where we're not going to necessarily want to do that we really aren't going to want to pollute our own backyards and families and things could really take a turn just by that simple effort of working from home half the time then going to arbitration traffic yeah the amount of traffic that is continuous and belching all the toxic fumes I mean this is a simple point W. camper evil comes out of the exhaust pipe that'll kill you I was like yeah I look at all the exhaust what we see I think we should be taking more classes on home gardening these are things that you can watch and you can you know try to listen to online is how to do your own yard work and how to do home garden and there's different things I mean the easiest things to possibly to grow or things like Basil and mint and then you can after the herbs you can start with little like tomatoes zucchini it it's fun it's fun if you don't don't start with the avocado tree I mean I tried that and it died really fast so great of gardening put your hands back into the earth all rights that connects us it's a it's called grounding actually and it's very important to be in that connection with the planted with this is how we evolved and and more of our human evolution is the more of a disconnection from what we've all from and the reality is it is that's artificial you can't do that we can't disconnect from the environment we are so if we don't learn the harmony and this is what the the planet is they're saying listen you've got to learn this now there's a short time left and if you learn it it's going to be really great because you can return to a garden that's what the whole idea was a national you could go back to the garden and even if you live in an apartment with a balcony you can turn the balcony into a garden this planter boxes absolutely and I won't have a rodent problem it made of growing food in the city is an important future for us all mainly because of climate change and you know that's a big topic on its own because that's another part of the required evolution we're gonna we're dealing with climate change and yes I know people talk about rising water and the cities on the coast and all that and I go there that is a problem but you just were talking about the most major problem another test how can you have agriculture if you can't tell what the weather's going today right album comes from I couldn't I have to say thank you you have been awesome and amazing and I don't want to let you go but I've got to get over the line so thank you to Dr Bruce Lipton you are amazing his website is Dr Bruce Lipton dot com and.

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"lipton" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

14:15 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on KTOK

"Coast to coast AM I am the cigar my guest is Dr Bruce Lipton and let's go back to our phone lines you've got Nancy east of the Rockies hi Nancy what is your question for March I would like to be returned to the woman I talked to at the end KeyCorp questions my questions for the for the for you guessed it for Dr Bruce Lipton yes yes yes to do it by right our great question add water that is killing us what they put in the water the floor I and it is not cortisol the measuring factor of the stress hormone yes I am and then also you people do not have and are afraid of doctors right now I need one desperately I needed one I've been trying to get one since last June my community is failing me everyone is failing me I'm sixty nine years old and they beat down my door in December I've come to find out that six blocks from the that broke down her door and they illegally suit spent senior Kerr home where they just broke down my door and said it was for safety what about my safety I'm a PST person I've had around this childhood I date of currencies like the night my right and what happened to liberty but let's let's actually talk about the stress hormone let's talk about that for a second because it could be really helpful for you to understand what that means so if you don't mind doctor Bruce could you talk about the affects of the stress hormone and cortisol on the body and how it could help by really going inside to maybe yourself well there are I mean basically stress was designed for immediate function like being chased by a saber tooth tiger so the stress functions we're only like shopping or re directing the body's energy for a very short time that was originally designed to run away from the tiger the stresses over you go back to life again but as we've been talking about the stresses today are twenty four seven three sixty five a human body was never designed for prolonged stress chronic stress that's where ninety percent of illness on this planet comes from whether it's cardio vascular disease and cancer people think James cause cancer the cycle primarily stresses causing cancer there is no gene causes cancer in fact and the relevance about this is that we're living out of balance and this balance has a physiological consequence of of self destruction and this is what we're seeing right now because cortisol inhibits our growth inhibitory immune system and have the Scientologists and that's a downhill run and we're on that right now and it's been propagated like crazy over all over the media would would fear of you know fear of death is like the greatest fear of all and that's what you're you know pushing you're gonna die of course that's injecting fear and and exacerbating every problem we have is just even that media about the fear so we'll be good to just calm that down into go into something that as I mentioned earlier find out something that you took for granted before that you really appreciate now and that might help you maybe even make a list of that to find the things that you appreciate and I'll help you choose thoughtfully intentionally what you want to go back to doing Norman cousins re what is familiar with his book in only laughed himself to wellness and the other a disease that was presumably insurable and and after getting a diagnosis he just went into lock himself in a hotel and and just watch funny movies and funny movie some funny movies and at some point it came out of that whole situation who who is the manager of all of these being short what was it it was being enjoyed was laughing because the chemistry of a body that's in happiness has wonderful chemicals in it that take care of the system one of the most important chemicals released and I've happy experience it is called growth hormone that does exactly what the name says and it's interesting is that fundamental just for example it when people in love there's a burst of growth hormone and and it's interesting because of people and they they look at sometimes a couple of them that are in love like a take a look see how they glow see how healthy they are they go this is this is not a coincidence or chance it's a consequence of of focusing that believe on something positive because the chemistry of a positive picture is positive to our health and the chemistry of the scary pictures we talked about the whole sequence of stress hormones and what are called cytokines control the immune system all of that will take away health because it wasn't designed to be prolonged was only run away from that damn tiger then get back to having a good life for a gun and we never get to get back who you know right we're just in a concentrated by the tiger twenty four seven three sixty five constant state of stress yes especially its is so heightened now in the to the fact that when people if you happen to walk by anyone who's on the opposite side of the street they looked down as if saying hi from across the street could infect them and it I've seen it all day and it it blows my mind but it's okay to wave to someone across the street like down the block yeah I think it's okay anyway number one at we operate up that's the whole question what are we afraid of what we've done and then I go let's be realistic we're not going to die like crazy people with saying the same cold for the people of the same ones that are really going to be affected just more of that same group more of age of those in nursing homes and those with compromised systems the that that's called the covert those people with those characteristics more of them will die with this flu than in the previous year but not the population of young people and all that stuff you know I I I saw one headline a baby died from corona virus that's what they said okay as it is this is like a baby one of the other things that were involved with a baby nobody talks about that all these extenuating circumstances but the last thing that happened with virus and then he died of the virus that ends like and then they make this like big stories to one person okay the world is not just one person but that was necessary to write because as soon as that happens like oh my god children are going to die from this is like one side right don't know the circumstances but the fear especially in parents is like oh my god you know the children and then you know that we're running up here again yeah it never stops chasing you it's it's just interesting way to think about this let's go to Mickey in queens New York I'm Mickey has it going tonight oh hi it's a pleasure to hear you at first semi or posted a program well good absolutely absolutely thank you do you have a question for Bruce Lipton's something he can help you with yes well Dr and I believe I would like to let you know I have heard so many times that is too late to reverse the damage of the planet but I also wanted to let him know that I'm using for testing what optimize course said team if he is safe based bio Flatman calling and I'm getting counsel from that Ranil BTC he said B. H. D. he sounds like he could be a good friend of that the keys and I have his number here nine five four we we don't give numbers on there if you can't do that for people's privacy but it is that is a good suggestion I don't think it's too late for our environment what do you think doctor Dr Lipton my goodness the environment is that's what we talk about the issues if you do is just stop treading on it so heavily it comes back in the shortest of time here where we are in New Zealand there was an error that was over fish and the government said okay that said no fishing in this massive zone of the city and five years the official level population in that area is back to what it was before people were here in New Zealand as well stopped it all came back and Chernobyl as we talked about turned into this wildlife sanctuary right now and even around Fukushima so all of the things that even a here's a you know an interesting fact that volcanic islands were created when volcanoes go off and then a lot of you know goes out in the city and they have these islands in these islands they start out with nothing but lava but within ten years these islands are covered with bushes and trees and vegetation and the fight it was just like nature will fill that space and then fill it with beautiful nature when given the opportunity if we step back and we stop the pollution of the planet which is a real freaky part one corporations over ride the environmental protection that we need and allow the pollution that is what is tendering yeah the the return of the planets we really need very strict environmental understanding because we cannot live without an ecosystem it doesn't work and we are an extension of the ecosystem by evolution so the point is you if you chop up the bottom the top local option it is a fascinating for Clinton yeah I mean it is fastened I'm sorry was that last piece he said that's right we're we're facing a mass extinction E. we don't have to we haven't paid attention to what are we doing for our Mother Earth think about a lot of the corporations are shut down so they're not toxic dumping in a lot of that waste is not being put into the environment right now yet there are still the same amount of people working Hey if they're working from home say for example in the world so if you have the same amount of people that are still able to get work done maybe from home and you don't have the toxic dumping then we could actually reverse the situation and do less work in these major of the polluting environments and stay in our own homes where we're not going to necessarily want to do that we really aren't going to want to pollute our own backyards and families and things could really take a turn just by that simple effort of working from home half the time then going to a regression or traffic yeah the amount of traffic that is continuous and belching all the toxic fumes I mean this is a simple point you can brief more comes out of the exhaust pipe these that'll kill you it is like yeah I look at all the exhaust what we do I think we should be taking more classes on home gardening these are things that you can watch and you can you know try to listen to online is how to do your own yard work and how to do home garden and there's different things having the easiest things to possibly to grow or things like Basil and mint and then you can after the herbs you can start with little like tomatoes zucchini it it's fun it's fun if you don't don't start with the avocado tree I mean I tried that and it died really fast so great of gardening put your hands back into the earth all rights that connects us it's a it's called grounding actually and it's very important to be in that connection with the planted with this is how we evolved and and more of our human evolution is the more of a disconnection from what we've all from and the reality is that that's artificial you can't do that we can't disconnect from the environment we are so if we don't learn the harmony and this is what the the planet is they're saying listen you've got to learn this now there's a short time left and if you learn it it's going to be really great because you can return to a garden that's what the whole idea was in national you could go back to the card and even if you live in an apartment with a balcony you can turn the balcony into a garden with planter boxes absolutely and I won't have a rodent problem it made of growing food in the city is an important future for us all mainly because of climate change and you know that's a big topic on its own because that's another part of the required evolution we're gonna we're dealing with climate change and yes I know people talk about rising water and the cities on the coast and all that and I go about that is a problem but you just were talking about the most major problem another test how.

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"lipton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"lipton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Lipton with all the uncertainty in the world feeling safe at home has never been more important that's why I want to talk with you about simply safe home security there long time friends and for good reasons simply safe has made it easy to finally get comprehensive protection for your home there's no technician or sales person that needs to come and disrupt your house you don't need to pay any outrageous monthly fees or sign a two year contract you just order online set it up yourself in under an hour and your home is protected twenty four seven with emergency dispatch for break ins fires and more all of this for just fifty cents a day and we're not the only fans the simply safe U. S. news and World Report name simply safe best overall home security of twenty twenty and right now when you head on over to simply safe nori dot com my listeners will get free shipping and a sixty day risk free trial that's simply safe nori dot com to make sure they know that our show sent you from simply safe and all of us here wishing you safety and good health you've been lied to lied to by corrupt Washington politicians in the Wall Street propaganda machine hi I'm think magazine best selling author Brett kitchen and I want to give you a free copy of my brand new book wealthy on Wall Street because we all know another market crash could be right around the corner after losing thirty five percent in my IRA in the crash years ago I said enough and since then I discovered a way to grow money potentially double digits reduce taxes dramatically and also have my money protected when the.

"lipton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lipton with all the uncertainty in the world feeling safe at home has never been more important that's why I want to talk with you about simply safe home security there are long time friends and for good reasons simply safe has made it easy to finally get a comprehensive protection for your home there's no technician or sales person that needs to come and disrupt your house you don't need to pay any outrageous monthly fees or sign a two year contract you just order online set it up yourself in under an hour and your home is protected twenty four seven with emergency dispatch for break ins fires and more all of this for just fifty cents a day and we're not the only fans a simply say U. S. news and World Report name simply safe best overall home security of twenty twenty and right now when you head on over to simply safe nor re dot com my listeners will get free shipping on the sixty day risk free trial that's simply safe nori dot com to make sure they know that our show sent you from simply safe and all of us here wishing you safety and good health you've been lied to lied to by corrupt Washington politicians in the Wall Street propaganda machine hi I'm Inc magazine best selling author Brett kitchen and I want to give you a free copy of my brand new book wealthy on Wall Street because we all know another market crash could be right around the corner after losing thirty five percent in my IRA in the crash years ago I said enough and since then I've discovered a way to grow money potentially double digits reduce taxes dramatically and also have my money protected when the.

"lipton" Discussed on X96

X96

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on X96

"James Lipton tragedy one of a kind an original he will be missed inside the actors studio was his show of men he had a drama at school right now will Nick yeah and he had this TV show called inside the actor's studio where he would have really famous people on and interview them but he always had this series of questions he asked everybody and there's ten questions I thought maybe we should go through those questions okay and and see how we answered yes right he he interviewed over three hundred celebrities including many Oscar and Emmy winners I used to like watching your show they're good it is yeah I hadn't watched it for a long time but I remember for awhile there I was kind of stuck on it much at all because he would interview but this is also part of a class of his drama school in the audience would be filled with the students and they would get up and ask questions but he had this standard list of ten questions are number one what's your favorite word know what you need to say swear word I'm going to read all of them which is the official two different yeah yeah I've always been part I've been a partial to the word federal I like your country currently my favorite word is sandwiches currently that's the thing my favorite word changes periodically right now it's sandwiches brings me comfort about you we are going to hate my answers of all of this my favorite word and I'm serious is my husband's name okay which is not Joe but his real name is my favorite I know I told you you would hate it okay what's your least favorite word your husband's name very least favorite word not Joe but his real name at least very least favorite yeah I don't think I have one no I know people hate the word moist but I don't have you don't care about I don't have a least favorite word no I I I don't like it when I hear myself saying the same crutches propped words all good so when I catch myself doing it I try to stop like arm gets a measure least favorite that's what I was gonna say you're only as your arm my least favorite where okay what turns you on well I I can't say on he doesn't have to be sexual just what what gets you excited about anything I all right all right I know you would be a terrible interview you know I'm a good I'm a good interview they're they're just things I won't say I don't know sandwiches yeah I'm with bill I'm not answering that I don't responsibility that's one for me okay view the mean having responsibilities now being responsible well so if you're having responsibilities okay so we'd be happy to give you many more responsibilities if it turns you on so damn much what turns you off turns you off your response to any responsibility having too many things I'm responsible for thank yeah turns me off not being progress not being progressive yeah what sound do you love the dinner bell I'm just saying the first thing that comes to mind you don't have a dinner bell do you have a dental my wife because now my favorite sound has not changed for many years back when mayonnaise jars were glass and had metal lids this is another sandwich thing I'm but you do the metal glass during that you sound I love that sale yes my my car my one of my cars my CRV always made this weird little sound when you hit the brakes and some little hydraulic sound and I was like that sounds no one okay I like the sound of the back door when my husband comes home what sound do you hate Sandra hate Santa I hate I hate the wet eating sundown I hate that I like the sound of the door hitting me in the **** yeah that's it yeah I don't let it yeah I hate that so I don't like that either okay I'll go with that because I can't think of one now the next one is favorite curse word which we can't say on the air but if you look at back at any of our not safe for work podcast we talk about work yes words on there yeah and that might favorite curse word is an FCC approved curse word the SEC says that I can say this curse word but community stand but I I'm following community standards one not saying what profession other than your own would you like to attempt I would like I'd like to be a radio actor that's the snow that's that's too close out of my current radio drama could say your radio active right now yes I mean if I could have been I I always say if I could have been like well over time yeah those if I could live in the forties and fifties and been us the star of radio series I would love to do that but now I'm like I kind of always wanted to be a postman that's right our carrier that's right I'm serious about that so that would be a nice job or I used to think of driving a truck long distance cross country might be good a nurse you want to be in nursing actually if your husband was ill in the hospital yes and you could nurse him back in the order of the old timey nurse had entrance and when one wife his brow I'm going to be a sandwich or are you gonna talks comic books okay what profession would you absolutely don't want to do be a nurse I can't think because you don't you don't just wipe their brow you gotta wipe other staff to I would not want to be in sales yeah nine of just about anything mmhm I wouldn't want to be a teacher yeah yeah it oh yeah that one yeah yeah I a room full of kids you're responsible for yeah no by the way I've done that and it's pretty awful and finally this K. if heaven exists what would you like to hear god say when you arrive at the pearly gates never expected to see you here that's what you want to yeah I think you look at me and girl told you and I would say we're in the same with well that's that's part of mine mine is all the French fries you could eat hello did you know you can smoke here and if you'd say that and all the people and animals that you love her right this way nice.

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"lipton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Firefighters have been taken to the hospital they will ultimately be okay when that home all of them managed to get out safely they are also okay this morning James Lipton the longtime host of inside the actors studio is dead Lipton was an actor who became the dean of acting school who then got hundreds of Hollywood heavy heavy weights to open up about their lives James Lipton was ninety three years old for more than two decades James Lipton interviewed A. listers of the entertainment world for his Bravo cable show inside the actors studio why did they sit down with him in front of a live audience fact that there's no pre interview which is almost unique among talk shows means that the guest doesn't know what's coming next neither do I there were moments of laughter what is your favorite word Salim as well as reflections on life if heaven exists what would you like to hear god say to you when you arrive at the pearly gates you make me smile Steve Caton CBS news and fans of MSNBC's hardball left stunned last night after Chris Matthews announces his retirement at the start of the show on live television the longtime host stepping down after a series of controversies compliments on a woman's appearance that some men including me one of one sitting correctly thought were okay we're never okay not Dan is certainly not today and for making such comments in the past I'm sorry Matthews recently drew criticism for comments about Bernie Sanders and uncomfortable interview with Elizabeth Warren he was noticed a notably absent from MSNBC's coverage of the South Carolina primary this past weekend and now he has retired effective immediately it is six oh eight were watching Wall Street and crossing fingers this morning let's check in with Bloomberg business here's Tom Busby well it looks like more gains on the way today Jeff Dow futures right now up a hundred eighty four points that blue chip index up nearly thirteen hundred on Monday that's the most ever in a day all on signals that the fed and some other central banks around the world are going to coordinate rate cuts and other stimulus efforts to offset the economic damage from that corona virus that because of that outbreak Twitter now pushing all of its nearly five thousand employees to work from home cosmetics giant l'oreal.

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"lipton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of course went on to become a big movie star even sat at Lipton's guest chair in twenty eleven lived in was the dean emeritus of the actors studio drama school at pace university and retired from his program at twenty eighteen after hosting it for twenty four years for more news listen to the daily died each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts your next news update is it for I'm C. Sandoval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. I was watching wedding crashers over the weekend since I had to spend a little time in front of a monitor because those will slow down with and Bradley Cooper was just you know in wedding crashers was is one of his first right movie he's engaged to Rachel McAdams yeah is who's a Jon Voight is the ambassador or something and then he's going to marry his daughter and he's just a jerk in that film and then right after that he became the superstar that he is yeah and hang over yes it was very very funny but I took care of all those auditors the right exactly right that's funny to hear him in that context yeah and the and in the video you know you see him and he's so young and cute a just getting started let's say yep them all right well I appreciate that I don't feel as bad as you sound by the way I know I did as that sounds strange I had a coughing fit about ten minutes I think things are doing much better now okay I appreciate that thank you kindly Dave Yates is in the studio with me from the crime stoppers organization hello Dave could see good afternoon everyone said wedding crashers movie nope never sing all my goodness that's so good these guys they pretend to be friends of the family and they just go to wedding receptions to me girls because they say girls get all turned on by watching weddings and so they're they're there to hit on girls Miller you're lucky and awesome it was a smashing success but today's you release a movie like that today then you just get dragged for it all my god that's so sexist women aren't like that okay well whatever women are like that why isn't everybody understood the premise than twenty years ago when the movie came out or whatever it was fifteen years ago I don't know what their base gets all bent out of shape over everything so a little bit later on the show I'm gonna get to thing about Mike Bloomberg that was on the sixty minutes show last night where Bloomberg was was asked about the NDAs the non disclosure agreements and that's an important issue to get to and also some sort of book that his employees put out listing some of the jokes that they'd heard him say over the years so people are really upset about that but it's like from thirty something years ago can you remember a joke you told thirty years ago about relying on a like a good one that's a long time member he tell me yes this is pretty serious that's for sure speaking of those type shows like Mr lift on the wait list Mr Lipton host did host watch what happens live very popular with Andy Cohen and Hillary Clinton is going to make an appearance on that and they have some pretty blunt questions on there and expect they expect blunt replies truthful replies not sanitized political replies so be interested to see what Hillary Clinton is going to say under the spotlight when Andy Cohen's watch what happens live that happens March fifth her appearance on the show comes a day before the premiere for for part excuse me Hulu documentary called Hillary all right days here on behalf of the crime stoppers organization if the tales of an as yet unsolved crime and we need your information he'll give information he will give you a website phone number where you could pass along information and be paid.

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"lipton" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"lipton" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Internationally known radio MTV show started right here in the motor city. The radio version had a run of nearly three thousand episodes Lipton attended. What is now known as Wayne State University for a short time then dropped out and served in the Air Force in the mid nineteen forties. He then moved to New York to attend law school but again that called the stage was answered. Having worked in a variety of mediums inside the actors studio launched in Nineteen ninety-four it would attract some of the biggest names in show business and was nominated for twenty emmys and finally one in two thousand thirteen. I'M NOT GONNA lie. It kind of gave me chills to walk. The dog buys old houses afternoon. Detroit is really the home of some great talent and recipes to one of my personal. Inspirations when it comes to having interesting conversations to be honest if I hadn't watched the show when I was younger. I'm not sure that I'd be doing this today. A Lot. Help people stay in their homes in the face of tax foreclosure was signed? Today by Michigan. Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The program is called pay as you stay introduced by State Representative Wendo Bird Democrat out of Detroit. The bill allows qualifying low income residents to stay in the home. They live in while they're paying off delinquent property taxes. We're going to get into the weeds on this one for a minute. So bear with me but I think it's important people know about it. I'm told the Wayne. County treasurer will stop foreclosure process for anyone with a current property tax exemption or who applies by March twenty eighth and has their application approved again. This is for folks who live in the home that has the issue for example a family of four earning about thirty two grand a year or less or individual. Earning twenty two grand or less are eligible for a twenty five percent fifty percent or one hundred percent property tax exemption. Depending on their income many eligible homeowners will see their monthly payments. Go down from about one hundred and fifty bucks to about twenty five bucks. If residents qualify the balanced you of unpaid delinquent taxes will be limited to back taxes only or ten percent of homes taxable value. Whichever is less the rest of the balance could be paid back over a period of up to three years at zero percent interest and under the law all interest penalties and fees will be cancelled at the completion of the payment plan residents who pay off. The reduced balance immediately would be eligible for additional reductions in delinquent taxes for approved residents without a reduced balance all interest penalties and fees will be cancelled immediately. A key. Here. Is that if you qualify for this or know someone who does that? The application for this is submitted as soon as possible. The window is less than a month and that is relatively short. I will put a link to all of that in the show notes. Joining me on the line is a former guest of the show. August gets laggy is the city clerk for the city of Hamtramck. Welcome to daily Detroit. Well thanks for having me guns you absolutely so. I wanted to talk to you because these rules are pretty universal among all municipalities in the state of Michigan around ballots. Because here's the deal. Candidates are dropping like flies just in the last few hours and days. We've had Buddha jazz club. Hr steer it really doesn't matter WHO's dropped out but we've had a lot dropout and that means there's a lot of people out there with absentee ballots. That may have voted for somebody who is no longer running for president. So what could people do about that? They can always come into city hall and request a spill there about. They've already voted and get another one and expect this to happen even more after tomorrow when fourteen more states vote and Super Tuesday could see even more candidates drop out of the race. He never now but We already had one here in City Hall. Within an hour of Emmy Cluber. Shah's announcement came in and said I like to get back so I can redo it and we're like no problem and I immediately posted on facebook letting people know the same. Yeah exactly how would somebody go through that or do that or you have to do it in person? You have to come into City Hall and say look. I'd like to spoil my ballot basically but I've already turned in and they can just turn right around issue. Another one It's it's simple as that and so you expect this to be a lot of people that would do this because of the larger interests in Michigan as a clerk. Do you see more interest in Michigan. In in general considering how the primary season is bounced not in my community other clerks. I've spoken to have seen a huge uptick especially in the voting. I have not seen that down here yet. But it's not over yet. I do suspect that once it settles in with these last final four three or four or five candidates that are viable I think the last next week or so. We'll be busy. Expect to be very busy on Saturday. When we're open to the public from eight to four well August gets leg city clerk Hamtramck. Thank you so much for your time and helping folks out. Hey Anytime you've got a question like this. Give me a call habit help now to my conversation with Beatrice Willerman can refer to me as be the owner of these Detroit. Then we had on location at fifteen thirty three Winder street in eastern market art so we are in this very need space in eastern market. Ken Tucked away off the beaten path. A little bit but still very much in the market. What drew you to be in this neighborhood. Which is I think. One of the most beloved in the city. Well my husband and I were searching for the right place that we could create a co working and Co creating space and we've always loved eastern market. There's so many great hardworking businesses here and we just we love. We love the atmosphere. We love the people and we. We knew we wanted to be a part of this community. So you mentioned co working one of the things that you notice when you come in there is a public coffee shop that will be open for all but you mentioned co working. One of the things I thought was interesting. Is You referred to kind of the spaces parcels and you talked about it more like a warehouse in a maker space? Can we talk about that a bit because I think most people think about co working and typing and computers and you know tech startups and things like that? This feels like it's aimed a little differently. Yes so I'll tell you a little background and how we even got this idea My husband Eli and I. We started our own business and we are working out of our home It was a corporate gifting business where we had you know orders up to a thousand boxes or more and it really took over the hallways took over our dining room. Took over all the bedroom so we needed a space to spread out And Eli and I. We searched for you know we. We looked for the right space for us. We looked at other co working spaces and we just. We encountered everyone having the same. The same smaller offices. Nowhere really to spread out And we wanted to do. We wanted to do something for other small businesses that we were encountering so we wanted to open up this great building and eastern market where we would have you know the traditional offices but then we'd also have an open warehouse with separate parcels Where businesses can come in. They can spread out. They can do whatever they want in their own space. They can manufacture their goods on site. They can use the space to store things Just really make it their own. It's it's their own little slice of of a larger facility that they get to control themselves and they don't have the expensive overhead or or any of that other burdensome responsibilities of a growing business when I go through this place. I've kind of taken the tour. They're downstairs and upstairs so you walk in. There's a coffee shop. Then there's kind of the maker space and we are speaking upstairs and kind of what people might think is a little bit more of a traditional office setting. It's very like modern and clean and bright. How important was designed into all of this? Yeah I mean our biggest our biggest concern is we want everyone to feel like this is their space to So we wanted to go further. Very you know. Industrial Chic vibe Neutral colors we didn't want our branding to be too too much in the forefront where it would detract from another business. That's in the space because we really do want everyone to feel like it's their their home to So we just you know we I. I've always loved design. I designed it myself. I picked the things I liked. And and this is what we ended up with. So why Detroit? Why the city of Detroit and why because there are all kinds of things happening around the region why here why now I well? I grew up in the area. I Love Detroit. You know my whole life. I've seen it change and we're so excited that you know. We have the opportunity to join this renaissance. That's happening. It seems like you know every time we drive down the street. There's new restaurant popping up. There's you know all these great events and festivals happening all the time and we're just excited to be a part of it and be able to you know make our mark on the city. How does someone get involved in this? Are you sharing kind of price points? Do you have people already lined up to come in here. How is all of that coming? How the the pre leasing going? So we had our big grand opening yesterday and we weren't taking any applications until Last night so we're still sorting through. I have an inbox with about fifty emails. Right now. I have to deal with but I think it's GONNA fill up quickly but it's not set in stone set in stone yet so we still have space. We want everyone to come. Check it out and see if it's a good fit for them. One thing I would notice to is that there is a really great patio on the front. There can kinda share kind. Some of your plans are and this is on the second story for for members correct. Yes it it'll be for members throughout the week but we will open it up to the public on the weekends as well. They can come. You know get grab a pastry and watch the people shopping in the market But it it really is a great spot for events so weddings and rehearsal dinners and corporate events or really any sort of occasion. We'd love to have you on rooftop when I spy with my little eye a really cool little piece of Detroit. History there is a bear a cutout bear with you have to be this high to ride and it kind of has that like fifties feel. Can you talk about it? Because that's really cool. Yes so the. The bear comes from the Bobble Island Amusement Park My mother Harriet. She used to go there when she was growing up it So when it went out of business she had the opportunity to attend the auction and she actually purchased it and let us use it for our space. If people WANNA get involved if people wanNA know more where can they go? And when are you planning on doing the public like hit the Coffee Shop? You can come in here you know. Drink your coffee and work on your things yes so. Our website is bees. Detroit DOT COM. You can send us an email through the contact page Find US on instagram. At least a trait emailed me. It's hello at least assure eight. I'm sure you've got one of these written down by now but yeah I mean so. We're we're open for co working Cafe were still just young gang all those final touches in there but hopefully by the end of March the campaign should be opening bell..

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"lipton" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on WTVN

"Self sufficiency and independence they still need sleep and might not prioritize if left to their own device so moms and dads got to make him go to bed and a seemingly the earlier you get that done the better and if you can give him just a regular schedule you just say now is the time to go and they go these the sleep longer and sleep better so it's good stuff more more plant based menu options right I mean we're here in that impossible Whopper and the people behind that are making sausage patties now they're even you know coming up with fish and lamb and all these different options pretty prevalent in society but is it enough to make more people go vegan research this morning talking to British people thought about fifty percent said following a vegan diet is a healthy seventy percent say the diet is ethical and sustainable for the environment but majority of people said vegan food is tasteless and I still want to stake that's really what's holding it people know that is good form and they know that it's okay for the environment but still like the taste of meat give me the meat and one other kind of ET drinking thing if you're a tea drinker really green tea is the way to go habitual tea drinkers those who drank tea three or more times a week longer healthier lives if they drink green tea rather than the darker tease yet drinking that much green tea associate with the twenty percent lower risk of suffering from heart disease or stroke twenty two percent lower risk of dying from either because green tea rich in polyphenols and that's known to protect us against cardiovascular disease of green tea if you can stomach it is the way to go let me some Lipton and that's about where I go every time thank you and please drive thru six forty years tribe again whether we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from term star heating and cooling products the accident.

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"lipton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A funny, man. Tim Conway I gave the national following the nineteen sixties on the kale's navy, but it was those memorable characters played on the Carol Burnett. Bill for what best remember? Come in. Right now. That's right now. In the late eighties. Tim Conway began starring in a series of popular satirical. How to sports videos as Dorf in extremely short. Swedish man, more recently. He voiced the character barnacle boy. On the Nickelodeon cartoon SpongeBob squarepants. Yeah. You gotta look at his thing much like a like Betty white. That's what I said man, circle the wagons Betty white right because we've gotten to. But then Phil reminded me the Peggy Lipton died right of moth squad. Yeah. So that's three that fast way. They say they come in threes. So Betty can breathe a little easier. We don't have to circle the wagons. Just yet with her. He was funny as a kid growing up. I remember watching some of the Carol Burnett show. And I thought Harvey Korman and him were hilarious. And even now when you watch some of those things and you reminisce back in the day. I it's not so much the skit was funny. It was the fact that they would make each other laugh, and they couldn't get through it that was that was so good. That's what you love about him. And he pay pass today. But the come in threes, they say, and if they come in threes, this would have been a third so Betty survives. Another three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter? Amec is amazing. They're going to treat you incredible. They're out there fighting on your behalf or common sense, immigration reform, things like social security form, how they wanna make it solvent without raising taxes because you know, in the next five ten years chances are it could be gone. They've even made recommendations to social security. Subcommittee of the House Ways and means committee. That's the things they're doing. They're fighting for you on your behalf on top of that the benefits are amazing retail restaurant hotel.

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"lipton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Lost a funny, man. Tim Conway I gained a national following in the nineteen sixties on the kale's navy, but it was those memorable characters played on the Carol Burnett Bill for which he desperate. Come in. Did you want me to come in there right now? That's right now. In the late eighties. Tim Conway began starring in a series of popular satirical. How to sports videos as Dorf an extremely short. Swedish man, more recently. He voiced the character barnacle boy. On the Nickelodeon cartoon SpongeBob squarepants. Yeah. You gotta look at his thing much like a Betty white. That's what I said many. But a circle the wagons with Betty white right because we've gotten to. But then Phil reminded me Peggy Lipton died right of Mosk wad. Yeah. So that's three that fast way. They say they come in threes. So Betty can breathe a little easier. We don't have to circle the wagons. Just yet with her. He was funny as a kid growing up. I remember watching some of the Carol Burnett show. And I thought Harvey Korman and him were hilarious. And even now when you watch some of those things and you reminisce back in the day. I it's not so much the skit was funny. It was the fact that they would make each other laugh, and they couldn't get through it that was that was so good. That's what you love about him. And he pay pass today. But the come in threes, they say if they come in threes. This would have been third so Betty survives. Another three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. Amac is amazing. They're going to treat you incredible. They're out there fighting on your behalf or common sense, immigration reform, things like social security form, how they wanna make it solve it without raising taxes because you know, in the next five to ten years chances are it could be gone. They've even made recommendations to social security. Subcommittee of the house in ways and means committee. That's the things they're doing. They're fighting for you on your behalf on top of that the benefits are amazing retail restaurant.

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"lipton" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Peggy Lipton best known for her role on mod squad. Has died. The actress was seventy two and had battled cancer. She passed away Saturday. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC news. Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance. We've not occurred any rainfall at all for the month of may were at absolute zero. And as we head into the weekend head we should see a little bit in a few spots where looking for some showers late day, Tuesday again Wednesday, and we're widespread rainfall possible on Thursday with cooler highs with storm tracker weather. I'm Mary lows comes after you wake up. Before you go to bed. From say Alexa, play eleven ninety heart radio. Oh..

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"lipton" Discussed on Off The Pill

Off The Pill

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on Off The Pill

"And and the weird part was that it was. So I thought she was more experience because she was the one dislike sticker tongue in there. And it was like a little like, I didn't know what I didn't really know what to do. And like I just had. There was this little world effect went on a little like a little tumble in like her tons do the little circle thing. And then by just because I didn't know better. I started circling back. So we're doing a little twister. That TMI or what? No, that's more. No. But I do remember that vividly because we as or. Just like a embrace. I guess. Was it like like kind of like a hug hug? Yeah. Yeah. And I just remember is closed or open. I don't remember that. But I'm gonna soom closed because I don't I don't specifically. Remember, I do remember the tongue thing is. That's not is that how it is. That sounds like a stereotypical first case like outside of while. I mean that wasn't like it wasn't even up. I always thought it was just a peck. Right. And then we kissed and we stayed there, and then the tongue came in swirling around. And then I I didn't know I mean like, and then I'd start swirling back so. So it was like a little swirl in for a bit. Then a little bit a little bit. That's a good for story. Or is not the one that good. But it was good story. It has happened since so mine, honestly, if I think back, I was probably really young either like nine or ten days, it wasn't like a tongue thing. I think it was like a spin the bottle with like growing Penn neighborhood girls, and we kissed probably on the Lipton oak will. Yeah. Right. So I mean, I thought I was cool, but I didn't get no swirly swirls tongue. So wish but I was pretty young. That's why it was not like that. It's not like a typical cool story like that uses cool. Thanks. You cited for your first one. I was excited are you? When is that? No, go ahead. That's a good one burn brand gogo, especially when you're in high school, and it was at a same age band banquet. And I remember I asked ban inbound. Okay. Sorry, good and asked this girl, if she wanted to be my girlfriend, and she said, no. And then all of our mutual friends started teasing me because like you got rejected and then out of pity. She said, I wanna be your girlfriend, and I was like, it's okay. And she's like, no, I do and I was like, okay. So then she became my girlfriend that right there. And then we're dancing, and then I remember Gwen Stafani a hollow back girl came on. And then. Yes, she tried to kiss me in the beginning. But I moved away and see kissed me on the cheek. And I was like what am I doing? Why'd you live away because I was nervous. Okay. So near the end of the song like this be at I got to kiss her on that. What is the in bananas every podcast that I just leaned in and kissed her and it wasn't. There was no swirly swirl. I remember like she did a fish thing. Oh, yeah. But then how to do that chap lives? So it's like fighting rock agony lava rocks like she's making out with Pele. And then after that, she moved away. And I said I'm sorry about my lips. Now. You did not say oh my God. Damn. That's another good story. Holy cow. Man. Laymen? We're not that cool. We're not a cool. I'm sure other. I mean, like, even we'll stories like yours is not bad your first kiss just normal like pan was very like boring. I had no swirlies. No chaplains it which is like all cool on us. Less embarrassing. But that's the end of our Twitter questions. Great question. Yeah. Also, there's a talk of possibly getting a a sub read in terms of like Negus stuff was the thing..

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"lipton" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And then he really starts to suspect Mason, and then starts to investigate that way rather than just being this mindless Tomasson going after Raleigh. He realizes what the truth is and starts to go after Mesa. And uncover things that way, Mike you're talking about how they were working to parallel working parallel tracks, right? The Brian Dennehy character and Bryan Brown character in their sort of two teaming. And it seems like Brian Brown was working from the inside out. And and Brian, Dan, he's character. Leo is that his name he was working from the outside. And he was working from the outside in, you know, it's just a inauguration that kind of place to to the whole idea of Raleigh. When he's inside the the the the headquarters, even though he's actually not and he's got those two phones taped together. So he's able to tell them, and it kind of reminded me of, you know, the account remember which horror movie is, but it's the whole the calls coming from inside the house. You know? I was waiting for that moment, we call coming from inside the house. He's calling from a payphone in the lobby. Dan in the screenplay. There's more to this whole idea of Leo. He actually knows Mason and Lipton. And I'm glad that he doesn't really know them that much in this case, and that he interacts more with this Murdoch character this this intermediary, and you know, who I absolutely love the actor that played Murdoch Trey Wilson, especially from raising Arizona in other films like that. But having him as that buffer. I thought was a good thing. So that he's not actually interacting with Lipton. Mason the way that Murdoch is trying to take the credit for this or or take the collar, and that Leo knows to Franko, and that's really his entree into this is that you know, to Franko is now dead, but he wants to find the guys killer. So it's kind of a nice thing that Leo doesn't necessarily interact with those guys too much and really trying to think of. The last time we see Lipton Ed is, and I think is it after they take him for quote, unquote, test drive and his car and bash the shit out of him in that car. I want to say that was the last time. I don't know that he comes back after that. I don't think he does because they just leave him in the Trump did that scene remind you of point blanket all and also like right on the driver when he's bashing the shit out of that that car in the parking garage, stripping off the doors, and and Crumlin the hell out of it. Yeah. I can see that. It was a nice. I mean, I don't know if that was a direct, Omar. But that was kind of a nice way to take care of Lipton and get the information about Mason out of them. I kept thinking about Ryan Braun in that ridiculous homeless makeup screaming at the trunk. You know, just wondering Lipton's, probably not, you know, clip, the young probably isn't even onset, you know. And just getting fed is. Lines. And it just seems like a must have been kind of a silly scene to shoot. But I have to admit that the audio quality on that is good because it actually sounds like he's inside of a trunk. Maybe a little better than it might sound. I've never actually spoke to anyone in a trunk before. But. L? Okay. I'll try to do that. You don't have kids taking them to the drive in movie. Of course, I'm sure is child child rearing in all new meaning..

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"lipton" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"lipton" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Centers of consciousness. That's how I see shop chocolates. And no shock reds have a choice of a fear or love for each one. So there's actually fourteen archetypical patterns, those our habitual patterns, those are habits people tend to have. And it's interesting to look at the habits that exist within an individual and how it affects their physical health there. Emotional health, their mental health and essentially their their spiritual health, but also you can see habitual patterns happen within families, and I have a lot of respect for Bruce Lipton's work on the biology belief and how he's brought research to the forefront. That shows how our thoughts our feelings that our emotions affect our our health and our wellness on on all different levels, and my background studying DNA. I studied what they called junk DNA was the filler DNA. But what we've discovered is a very small percent of the DNA that exists in an individual coach for actual genes. The rest of it. I believe stores karmic information, and Bruce Lipton's work is showing that it it actually affects how a gene how efficiently a gene can be expressed or repressed based on on shape structures, which have a lot to do. Do with. Basically is showing research that shows how thoughts and emotions are really impactful and how it cell has the ability to express genes, and and do all the little molecular functions it does. So one simple thought can can really throw your physiology off on so many levels, and and again karma's important because it helps understand that those actions just that thought action can can cause us to be a place of harmony or disharmony. Why is there karma in the first place? Jeff well, again, the group's call karma the great teacher. And I again, I see it as a feedback mechanism. I see as a way to help us. To analyze our choices to understand our choices and say, you know, is this choice compliment my sole purpose in an eastern philosophy. They would they would call. Good karma. You're Dharma your Dharma is merit. It's it's it's reward. It's it's given to you. Because you're you're achieving what you came here to to to do, but bad karma would be called a aid Dharma, which is equipped with the word sin and sin isn't how it is presented in a lot of religious ways. Sin. Just means going against what you came here to do in. So karma is so important because it helps us understand that what we think and what we say. And what we do. And again, it precisely shows us is this what you really want. You. Do you want to have anxiety, worry stress resistance in your life, which would be associated with that the bad karma sin, or or do you want to align? More with the Dharma merit the the reward bike by presenting energy thought were a deed action that inspires you. And it it it progresses with you. So it really is. It's important because it helps us understand. Where are we at? You know, it's like being in a college course, you're taking a course also master long, if you're never tested, you're never there's never any kind of feedback. How do you know what you're learning? How you're doing? It karma allows you to have an understanding of of how you're progressing as as let's talk about karma and reincarnation when we come back. Jeff right here on coast to coast. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter. Get it today at coast to coast AM dot com..

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