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"liz end" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:44 min | Last month

"liz end" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And Liz ends up in the hospital and we thank you for tuning in on this Wednesday Hump Day. Twenty seventh day of. May the one hundred forty seventh day abundant in forty eight day rather of twenty twenty. We have two hundred eighteen days remaining until we get to the end of the year. The Ford Motor Company stopped manufacturing the Ford Model T on this date in one thousand nine hundred twenty seven and began to retool plants to make Ford model as the ten thousand forty six foot. Tall Chrysler building in New York City open to the public on this date in one thousand nine hundred thirty at the time. It was with tallest structure in the world. The Supreme Court of the US declared the national industrial recovery. Act TO BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL IN NINETEEN. Thirty five one element of the new deal did not go through in California on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven the Golden Gate Bridge Open to pedestrian traffic. Creating a vital link between San Francisco and Marin county nothing more thrilling than to get on one end of the bridge of my car and drive through and see these towers how they stand up majestically against the sky. How wonderful it is still in. The world has to know that I was part of it and I feel so proud. Depor Work Engineer Louis. Wrigley Ardo The Golden Gate Bridge opening on this date in nineteen thirty seven and nineteen thirty. Nine DC comics published its second Superhero in detectives Comics twenty-seven he is Batman One of those topical Comic Book Superheroes of All Time it was on this date in one thousand nine hundred forty one. President Roosevelt proclaimed an unlimited national emergency with.

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"liz end" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Saddle issue. Okay what was she wary? Where was she seeing? She posted. Why on Graham? She's a WHO clean to off. And what's reader aura up to? Who is this woman she sort of going through it? I feel well. I think she's a little bit affected by the press slash situation. She's in in terms of having a tough time house and the controversy or whatever which seems small considering but I feel like maybe she's kind of letting it get to her She sends fans wild animal print. This is how she expresses herself when she stressed. Fa Sends Fans Wild animal print Kenya. She shows off our trim figure so she's she was posing in the in the garden again. she also shared a throwback. Gordon Bikini snap before sharing a racy topless photo from Vietnam as fitting as she reminisces about life before. Oh she's doing that thing where she's like here are places. I've been here things like Yup reminiscing. That's is what I miss. And there's her topless photo and she put wow stickers over her nipples funding and then this I liked this guy Joey Essex's model girlfriend Lorena Medina reveals. She dumped him after his wild fire partying session with Rita Ora. Impels where it's like read or is sort of just like not really involved in the story but yeah but do you remember when she was spotted with this guy like we did talk about this number they were. She didn't change clothes but they didn't change clothes. But this story like really doesn't involve her at all. It's just Llerena Medina's like yeah. I dumped him after this after he was like out and was being rude and like this was the reason we broke because it was sort of. The last Straw does involve Rita because all night party that we were like. Oh this is hilarious and kind of sauce. And she was like I'm a fan of Joey. Essex I'm not dating him just like a fan but obviously girlfriend was like What's going on in dumped him? Llerena that said she llerena then said she told Joey she could no longer trust him and the pair decided to go their separate ways sad. He told me I had a crazy night. And I stay with my friends and that was fine but he didn't tell me was a girl in Dimension Rita Ora. I told Joey this shit can happen. Are you crazy? Honestly if my boyfriend was like I'm hanging out I was hanging out with last night. I'd be like you can't just say read or out of the blue that's fucked up. Nobody he wouldn't say Rita or if it's like I was hanging with friends and then weeks later you find out that he was saying or you'd be like I'd be pissed. I'd be pissed. Liz'S END WITH RITA. Ora Goes Bra wearing a low cut crop. Top in honor of Bobby's birthday. She wore no brought her loca cropped up scrape she wore. She looks great Bra just for you. It's really has such. You don't wear Bras on Earth Day. Lindsay Funny Her eclectic style right now is driving me nuts. She's wearing very British. Hunter boots. The Hunter Green Willie's that you would wear because she's in England. She has Nike leggings on Athlete. Her but she's not doing athlete because she's not wearing a bra because she's wearing a long sleeved sweater. Crop top Bra that just not but it's a shirt it's sort of it's lifting. No it's not. You don't have boobs inch don't cinched is there? There is nothing about this shirt that is lifting her breasts. It's just like if you were to jump in this shirt your tits would just fly out like you. There's no there's like it's it's hot but there's no okay so she's wearing this like long sweet sleeves sweater shirt that literally cinches and then just covers her boobs then. She's wearing like full heavy jewelry and a Yankees hat. I'm sorry so many necklace. This is all capital of the year. Look this is not for any activity. There's nothing you can do this outfit. Except for take a photo. It is insane. I'm solving you have to take like six things. Yeah like this is not an outfit. Tell me the activity for this that. This is an outfit for telling me this photo. The photo of mine. We agree but this the the crop top the cropped up boop cover long sleep the nick cinched is a it. Looks like it's made out of that That very particular type of the the cotton that like you wear at once and then you wear it again. There's like a hole in it like there's this a little tiny holes. Just start praying happening the moment you wash at once. It's like a sweater material but it's very thin. It's so literally. The shirt is like drive me insane. It's like it does we. Maybe maybe hold the more I look the more I'm like. What is the shirt like? How does this shirt work? And it's honorable heated shirt. It's just like if you look a little bit is saw this on Metro. I saw this metro so let me open it up and Daily Mail because they obviously covered it as well because sometimes they put the shirts. No we just searching long sleeve crop top. Cinch OKAY I. I got it where I got something. That's like it. They call it a they call it a white. Berlet they call that. That's not Leon Lett that is literal POW in. What will does that a brawler? It's long-sleeve long-sleeve brought. Let's exists because I googled it. And there are a lot of long-sleeve brought something like it and it's and this one is called cinched lace up long sleeve crop top. Think of all those things together the more I think about it the more. I think it's Kinda cool. Sure I'LL GIVE. I'll give it as cool. It's definitely like it. It really is a mystery shirt. You know that you literally could only wear in this specific situation. We cannot talk about this anymore. I am losing mirror. Done there. Give listening to WHO. Weekly the PODCAST. Where you learn everything you need subs you. Don't followers on instagram twitter and facebook spurred US ON PATROL DOT COM? I should weekly where you were received. Twice-weekly bonus episodes reasonable podcasts. So many reviews came last week. I had a ball reading them. All call us at six one nine who them if you leave questions. Comments concerns for our Friday episode. Who's there and we'll be back in then have a great week stay safe by Lindsay's rustling papers around. What the fuck fuck fight you. They WanNa know fame snacks snacks..

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"liz end" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"In Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal Thursday day. The fifth of March. Glad to have you along. Everybody as we always are here is what I would like you to do today as we get going unfocused your eyes if you would figuratively of course like you do when you drop something or your pattern rug and how that can help you find what you're looking for. Do the same for me now. With the admittedly nutty stock market gyrations the past couple of weeks ups and downs of three or four five percent or more focused not on the actual movements but on the underlying phenomenon the volatility marketplace's got tongue explains why it's happening and what it tells us by one. Measure stocks have not been this volatile since the financial crisis a decade ago. Surely it's the fear of Corona virus but for traders addicted data. There's not enough of it. How long will the outbreak last are the Chinese factories back? How was hit company? Earnings at Charles Schwab one of our underwriters. Strategist Liz end. Sandra says many companies have gone silence. They're just saying we're not even giving guidance because we have no idea what is going to happen so in terms of how Wall Street kind of prices stocks and markets analysts. You know have their hands in the air. Then there's election year uncertainty as the market swings based on which candidate is up the moment now when markets struggled to predict the future. Which is their job. They gyrate according to George Perks. Bespoke investment group. He says it can go like this. When investors sell and expect the worst a little ray of hope can change everything if every piece of news is bad for awhile. Expectations come down and so now that expectations are down. It doesn't take much good news for everything flip in reverse often. It's consumer stocks doing the Bungee up and down. That's because consumption is the big unknown now says Scott Wren at the Wells Fargo Investment Institute. What are it's apparel devices online? Entertainment streaming if consumers are more willing to spend money on that because they're less fearful of catching the virus Then those who tended to do better mud finding specific causes of volatility only gets a so far. The market's a big complicated place. Study suggests long periods of calm somehow lead to volatility in the markets bounce up and down the more. They get driven by emotion. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace. So it's got was saying there are real reasons stocks have been going Kerr fluey actual tangible quantifiable things and there are emotional reasons as well. Just generalized unease also reports marketplace's. Kristen Schwab there are machines on days like today. You might imagine the trading floor. It looks a bit like a scene from the movie. Trading places fee of traders with a phone to each year shouting buy and sell watching. The numbers tick up and down on a giant board stock exchanges. Really like this well. It could be very exciting. John Steele Gordon is a Wall Street. Historian a busy day. You know the were instances when somebody would have a heart attack or stroke or something and trading just went straight on people would step over the bodies and healthy until the medical people to get there and help. The New York Stock Exchange even had a gallery so tourists could watch but it's closed now because there's nothing left to see in the ninety s computers and algorithms replaced all the action basically. What the floor. The New York Stock Exchange is used for. Today is the backdrop for television reporters telling the audience. What the market did that day before? Algorithms traders were the experts they listen to earnings calls and read. Sec Filings now. There's so much more information to process store foot. Traffic Global Shipping data social media posts an endless loop of news stories. Yeah I mean. It's kind of limitless right. That's Michael Curtains professor of computer science at the University of Pennsylvania. This is what machines are especially good at which is processing very large amounts of data in a very short amount of time the algorithms react constantly to all the data they're taking in. It's not surprising that you see these kind of If you know things that feel like overreactions to the news of the last ten minutes Kern says if humans were still doing the legwork. We probably wouldn't see this level of minute to minute swing but we'd likely still see these numbers long-term because behind every algorithm is a human telling it what to look for. I'M KRISTEN SCHWAB FOR MARKETPLACE. Having unfocused your gaze to get going today let us now. Snap BACK INTO SHARP FOCUS. Shall we because you're going to want to see the details when we do? The numbers.

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What's causing volatility in the stock market?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:17 min | 4 months ago

What's causing volatility in the stock market?

"Here is what I would like you to do today as we get going unfocused your eyes if you would figuratively of course like you do when you drop something or your pattern rug and how that can help you find what you're looking for. Do the same for me now. With the admittedly nutty stock market gyrations the past couple of weeks ups and downs of three or four five percent or more focused not on the actual movements but on the underlying phenomenon the volatility marketplace's got tongue explains why it's happening and what it tells us by one. Measure stocks have not been this volatile since the financial crisis a decade ago. Surely it's the fear of Corona virus but for traders addicted data. There's not enough of it. How long will the outbreak last are the Chinese factories back? How was hit company? Earnings at Charles Schwab one of our underwriters. Strategist Liz end. Sandra says many companies have gone silence. They're just saying we're not even giving guidance because we have no idea what is going to happen so in terms of how Wall Street kind of prices stocks and markets analysts. You know have their hands in the air. Then there's election year uncertainty as the market swings based on which candidate is up the moment now when markets struggled to predict the future. Which is their job. They gyrate according to George Perks. Bespoke investment group. He says it can go like this. When investors sell and expect the worst a little ray of hope can change everything if every piece of news is bad for awhile. Expectations come down and so now that expectations are down. It doesn't take much good news for everything flip in reverse often. It's consumer stocks doing the Bungee up and down. That's because consumption is the big unknown now says Scott Wren at the Wells Fargo Investment Institute. What are it's apparel devices online? Entertainment streaming if consumers are more willing to spend money on that because they're less fearful of catching the virus Then those who tended to do better mud finding specific causes of volatility only gets a so far. The market's a big complicated place. Study suggests long periods of calm somehow lead to volatility in the markets bounce up and down the more. They get driven by emotion. I'm Scott Tong for

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"liz end" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Its lineup which includes some very non jazz names like Stevie Nicks foo fighters Liz end of those who the festival is scheduled over two weekends in the spring and stocks continue their record runs all three major benchmark indexes closed at record news radio cable BJ I'm John Julian topping Austin's news reverse lights at McNeil high school as the Williamson County sheriff's office sending deputies back to the school that day Jeff Robert Jody says a social media posts made the rounds yesterday calling on students to meet by the basketball court to fight in some did which let his officers to respond back some students were charged with some serious offenses one was even charged with assault on a public service he says any student caught fighting today will be taken to jail Travis county now has its first case of rubella since nineteen ninety nine Austin public health reports they are investigating they say rebel is covered by the M. M. R. vaccine note there are pockets of communities where vaccination opt out spring risks to the Austin Travis county community and the Austin Round Rock metro set new home sales records I was bored realtors explained central Texas realtor sold more homes in twenty nineteen than any other year on record your kill BJ right our weather watch I seventy to get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com this is America in the morning from Westwood One news son John throughout his Friday January seventeenth twenty twenty coming up on American morning president trump's impeachment trial has begun the Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts presiding senators I attend the Senate in conformity with your notice I'm Linda canyon in Washington a friend of Rudy Giuliani's makes impeachment related accusations against him and president trump about Costantini at the White House I'm Jim rope in Los Angeles the LA city council says the Dodgers were cheated out of two world championships and it once foes trophy the rally continues on Wall Street with the major indexes hitting fresh record highs Jessica Reagan's got hit hard last year with those annoying robo phone call I'm John Stoll there's a new game please a trump card dot com hi Jim Bohannon about to deal the rest of the story that's all I had on America in the morning seven minutes.

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"liz end" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Situations judge upholds the Virginia governor's temporary ban on weapons during Monday's gun rights rally which is expected to draw armed activists from across the country the band runs from today until Tuesday and prohibits weapons of any kind on the grounds of the capitol in Richmond gun activists say they plan to appeal that ruling in C. I. S. investigators arrest a former US marine in California on charges of killing a sixteen year old girl whose body was found in a field last year but there are county sheriff Jay Barney medic for the family I think at least in this case there is the beginning of some level of closure that a we've identified someone and be that they've been charged the sheriff says the suspect nineteen year old Cody Slayton uses social media to communicate with the victim Josephine Jimenez and other young girls throughout the state there will be Tigers at the White House today the LSU team that beat Clemson forty two to twenty five in the national championship game in New Orleans on Monday arrives at the White House today to celebrate that victory president trump who's been politically popular in Louisiana was loudly cheered when he arrived on the Superdome field on Monday I head of the national anthem he's visited Louisiana more than any other sitting president in recent history the president memorably serve fast food from McDonalds and Burger King to Clemson's championship winning team last year at the White House John decker fox news and are you ready for some jazz New Orleans style the city's twenty twenty jazz and heritage festival announces its lineup which includes some very non jazz names like Stevie Nicks foo fighters Liz end of those who.

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"liz end" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Temporary ban on weapons during Monday's gun rights rally which is expected to draw armed activists from across the country the band runs from today until Tuesday and it prohibits weapons of any kind on the grounds of the capitol in Richmond gun activists say they plan to appeal that ruling in the C. I. S. investigators arrest a former US marine in California on charges of killing the sixteen year old girl whose body was found in a field last year but there are county sheriff Jay Barney track for the family I think at least in this case there's the beginning at some level of closure that a we've identified someone and be that they've been charged the sheriff says the suspect nineteen year old Cody slaves on uses social media to communicate with the victim Josephine Jimenez and other young girls throughout the state there will be Tigers at the White House today the LSU team that beat Clemson forty two to twenty five in the national championship game in New Orleans on Monday arrives at the White House today to celebrate that victory president trump who's been politically popular in Louisiana was loudly cheered when he arrived on the Superdome field on Monday ahead of the national anthem he's visited Louisiana more than any other sitting president in recent history the president memorably serve fast food from McDonalds and Burger King to Clemson's championship winning team last year at the White House John decker fox news and are you ready for some jazz New Orleans style the city's twenty twenty jazz and heritage festival announces its lineup which includes some very non jazz names like Stevie Nicks foo fighters Liz end of those who the festival is scheduled over two weekends in the spring and stocks continue their record runs all three major benchmark indexes closed at record I'm Robert from the committee to decide if it is in the weather center we have a winter storm warning for the entire metro area from noon today through six PM Saturday six to ten inches.

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"liz end" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The Virginia governor's temporary ban on weapons during Monday's gun rights rally which is expected to draw armed activists from across the country the band runs from today until Tuesday and it prohibits weapons of any kind on the grounds of the capitol in Richmond gun activists say they plan to appeal that ruling in the C. I. S. investigators rest a former US marine in California on charges of killing the sixteen year old girl whose body was found in a field last year but there are county sheriff Jay Barney it's very traumatic for the family I think at least in this case there is the beginning of some level of closure that a we've identified someone and be that they've been charged the sheriff says the suspect nineteen year old Cody slaves on uses social media to communicate with the victim Josephine Jimenez and other young girls throughout the state there will be Tigers at the White House today the LSU team that beat Clemson forty two to twenty five in the national championship game in New Orleans on Monday arrives at the White House today to celebrate that victory president trump who's been politically popular in Louisiana was loudly cheered when he arrived on the Superdome field on Monday I head of the national anthem he's visited Louisiana more than any other sitting president in recent history the president memorably serve fast food from McDonalds and Burger King to Clemson's championship winning team last year at the White House John decker fox news and are you ready for some jazz New Orleans style the city's twenty twenty jazz and heritage festival announces its lineup which includes some very non jazz names like Stevie Nicks foo fighters Liz end of them who.

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"liz end" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on KTOK

"Governor's temporary ban on weapons during Monday's gun rights rally which is expected to draw armed activists from across the country the band runs from today until Tuesday and it prohibits weapons of any kind on the grounds of the capitol in Richmond gun activists say they plan to appeal that ruling in the C. I. S. investigators arrest a former US marine in California on charges of killing the sixteen year old girl whose body was found in a field last year but there are county sheriff Jay Barney it's very traumatic for the family I think at least in this case there is the beginning of some level of closure that a we've identified someone and be that they've been charged the sheriff says the suspect nineteen year old Cody Slayton uses social media to communicate with the victim Josephine Jimenez and other young girls throughout the state there will be Tigers at the White House today the LSU team that beat Clemson forty two to twenty five in the national championship game in New Orleans on Monday arrives at the White House today to celebrate that victory president trump who's been politically popular in Louisiana was loudly cheered when he arrived on the Superdome field on Monday I head of the national anthem he's visited Louisiana more than any other sitting president in recent history the president memorably serve fast food from McDonalds and Burger King to Clemson's championship winning team last year at the White House John decker fox news and are you ready for some jazz New Orleans style the city's twenty twenty jazz and heritage festival announces its lineup which includes some very non jazz names like Stevie Nicks foo fighters Liz end of those who the festival is scheduled over two weekends in.

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"liz end" Discussed on Reset

Reset

11:13 min | 7 months ago

"liz end" Discussed on Reset

"Hey it's area if you're a fan of reset and you happen to have kids you might enjoy the spawned donned parenting podcast. It's an award winning. podcast from the CO founders of cool mom picks and cool mom tech Liz gumbiner in Kristen Chase for the last fourteen years. They've shared their recommendations and advice on all things parenting on their website and now on their podcast spawned each week. They cover topics related to parenting eighteen and parenting culture which no surprise here often includes digital parenting from what it means to be tech positive parent to curbing your own screen. Time use discuss plenty of other parenting issues related to technology. Kristen and Liz end expert. Guests combine their experience as parents with research and humor mart discuss the important issues that matter to informed parents today as one listener described amidst the deluge of parenting podcasts. Spawn stands out as a true gift that those of us in the middle of this rewarding yet challenging work of raising humans. You can subscribe to spawned on Apple podcasts. Or wherever ever you listen to reset Leah. Plunkett is an associate professor at the University of New Hampshire. Sure School of law. She's also the author of a book called Sharon Hood why we should think before we talk about our kids online. Oh Yeah and she's a mother of two. I think I think that the desire to connect with people we know. And to make connections with New People by bonding over our kids is a really natural and and beautiful one and I think the technology those sorts of tricks us into not realizing just how public it is you know. Some studies suggest that kids will have you know well over a thousand pictures of them on social media well before they're five years old and those pictures and the information that comes with they're not not private so even if your social media settings are set to private all it takes is for somebody to take a screen shot of that picture and men reposted in public facing way or for somebody to have kind of crept into your social circle under false pretenses. So you think you're sharing with a closed community and you're really not and so I really do worry a lot about thinking we're keeping something private when actually were broadcasting it to thousands if not tens of thousands of people so what exactly are the risks. You know worst case scenario Dario. What are we talking about when we talk about people sharing photos on twitter instagram or facebook of of their children. There can be some really scary worst case scenarios and they're not very common but they're very real so we know that a number of the images that are pornographic of children are pictures of real kids that are taken off line and photo shopped or otherwise. Retouched we know that children's Children's identities are particularly vulnerable to identity theft because most children would have no legitimate reason to have their social security number tied to a credit product. So if you are identity thieves or you are somebody intent on obtaining credit in someone else's name through that identity theft you can get a social security numbers through data breach like anthem or some of the other big high profile data breaches that have had socials. Attached watched them and then you combine that with information about age location exact date of birth and other details that we parents share readily Italy and it's so easy to create false credit applications in kids names and the government doesn't stop that it. Nobody is stopping. Nobody's going hey. This kid is asking for a line of credit. That is weird like this child is six months old so the the government will stop. It will come after it and bring an enforcement action or criminal prosecution. Once it happens I have to say just listening talking to you right now. My my main reaction is one. People don't like being told not to share their kids online and to do It sounds like even if you are the kind of parent who's going to be really really careful that there are really no system set up for for you to be absolutely certain that you are doing the best buy your child you are right on both counts and I think that with the second one that there's no system set up that is part of what's scary is even those of us who are really trying to think about privacy. When it comes to social social media are put in a really tough position because short of heaven forbid something happening to our child's image that violates criminal law so somebody takes it off the Internet and manufacturers into it you know They're they're not a what of law enforcement or regulatory regulatory mechanisms keeping an eye on the wild west of social media when it comes to children's pictures and their data and so you're left to as a pair it really to your own devices pun intended like so. Do you want to try to parse through all the terms of use and privacy policies for facebook or instagram instagram or twitter or whatever the next thing will be most of us. Aren't you know the studies show that most of us don't read these terms us and privacy policies and even if we do read them good luck understanding them and I say this as somebody who studies them I have trouble understanding the right. And as a lawyer yes exactly and then even if you can understand them. Inevitably there is Kinda get out of jail free language in there for the providers so we can share your information nation with our affiliates or we can do research on your information to improve the user experience so really kind of coal so big you could drive trucks through them in terms of the ability of the companies. And I'm talking about the company's not a hacker or an abuser but the companies themselves delve right. You're talking about facebook doing like facial recognition on your kids. Pick exactly that is yet the New York Times headline of how pictures of your kids or powering digital digital surveillance technology. What would you say to a parent who doesn't think that a picture of their child naked in a a sink or bathtub is a problem if it's shared on a A private instagram. That has very few followers. I would say that they're right that they are taking more precautions than let's say posting it on twitter tagging it. You know hashtag naked baby in a bathtub is that an actual Hashtag. I'm sorry no I don't ever see that one but you know you can imagine it may as well be but integrate. Now it's GonNa become what I would say that any time. A picture is shared digitally Italy on social media. You should assume that it could get out of your control. It could get out of your control. Well if one of your followers loses their phone and someone else gets it it could get out of your control if one of your followers hours takes a screen shot of it and re shares and has their phone hacked into and even if you I feel really confident that you know you're five instagram followers or like your best friend your parents and your grandma you trust them completely you feel like the odds of losing their device or slim you still have control or even really know what may be happening behind the company scenes and with those images so I've stated that parent that what they're doing is lower risk bend certain behaviors but it's not no risk my rule of thumb to parents they ask me is don't host pictures in any stages of undress how is that any different than the risks for adults why focus specifically typically on kits because parents especially but also teachers grandparents and other trusted adults we have to step in and serve serve as the legal decision makers for our kids when it comes to their images and their information so I think any time that you you are being asked to step into someone else's shoes and sort of service their watchdog. You have a heightened moral responsibility to make sure that you're minimizing the risk that they could be exposed to if I'm not sharing stuff on social media what other data might be accessible about my kid if you are using any sort of smart devices in your home or any sensor based devices than they they are going to pick up information about your children's so a nest cam or a smart tv or let's say say a smart diaper which is a real thing now it. It measures urine but I think not bowel movements so anything that interesting. Yeah no real thing And so any device in your home that is taking in digital data and sharing it back to to a software application or other type of digital infrastructure is taking your kids private information in having it. Leave your home yet kind of terrifying. I'm wondering what's the solution here. Are you advocating for parents to to become technophobes luddites. You know so much much about having a child. These days is involved setting them up for success by making sure that they have early interactions with tech. But it kind of sounds like you're saying being a hold off on that I am advocating that. All of us start just have more conversations about it and raise her own awareness. I would advocate that parents. Look for low tack or no tech ways to do particularly intimate things so for instance going back to my smart diaper apor example. There may be situations where let's say due to a medical reason you really want to be able to do very finely tuned monitoring of output. But if you're not in that type of situation maybe just think about changing Matt diaper the old fashioned way taking a look. You know seeing if it's wet Ed and it is change it. I'm actually so glad that you just explained that because I have been wondering the whole time why anybody would buy smart diaper.

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"liz end" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"liz end" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Over the holidays in the downstairs toilet wouldn't flush. So there at nine o'clock at night, I'm and CVS bein plunger for the plunger. That sounds like you got up and tastic, although it was fabulous. Well, anyway, I hope that I don't know I'm hoping and dreaming, and wishing that this year brings us fantastic things. I had this weird sneaking suspicion it's going to be a wild ride this year. I expect to get their feeling let's hold onto the horse in his right on in. And let's make it happen. Let's get into your field goods with the one and only producer Sam who hung out with their mom who's cooler than her. Oh, stop it. All right. So today's field goods was submitted by Liz Hensel who rightfully nominated herself. So Liz is a military spouse currently living overseas in Japan with her Furby German shepherd during their transition from America. Liz learned that thousands of military members are paying out of pocket to transport their pets overseas. These can cost upwards of ten thousand dollars just to relocate because of that many families have to leave their pets behind. So this is excruciating for any average person to deal with nevermind a military spouse who's been up rooted from their loved ones and his constantly worried about their partner. So Liz created the no pause behind initiative, you could find them on Facebook. And what they do is featured dogs of oversee military households and they accept donations to help get other dogs to live with their humans. Check them out again. It's no pause behind on Facebook. You can help to a great thing for a deserving family or at the very. At least you can go browse photos of cute dog. So thank you. Liz end to your husband for everything you guys do for us. And if you have someone in your life who deserves to be featured, Email me Sam Elvis, Duran dot com. Subject line field goods. Love you Sam. Now, we're coming back right after this..

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"liz end" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Makes when looking at their portfolio, there's a number of them. One, I think when oftentimes went investors will make a decision about their risk tolerance. They will tie directly and in some cases almost exclusively to their time horizon. I am. I'm twenty five years old. I'm not gonna. Tire till I'm sixty five. I'm using basic numbers. I a forty year time horizon. Therefore, I need to take an aggressive approach. I don't care how old you are as a twenty five year old, a six year old. If you as an example are going to obsess over every wiggling your portfolio. And at the first, say, ten, ten percent down move in the market. You're gonna panic and sell everything. I don't care how young you are. You are not an aggressive investor. I had the wonderful pleasure of meeting the the lake rates or John Templeton when I was on Wall Street week with Kaiser, and he talked about how an aggressive investor he had always been. He was in his nineties when I met him. So clearly it wasn't a timer is an issue as willingness and understanding of the risk and willingness to take it. So those are off, which is why the the other way I sometimes get that question is investors will often ask me so. So what do you think I should do right now with my exposure? So what would you recommend exposure between stocks bonds cash? And I say, Well, I, I don't know enough about you as an investor and. I think that the mistake is that I could have a high high high conviction view of what I think the stock market is going to do what I would tell a twenty two year old investor that just inherited ten million dollars doesn't need. It doesn't need to earn income on. It goes bungee jumping on the weekend and what I would tell a seventy five year old investor who needs every dime that they earn a needs to earn income on that two different investors. One view on the market to completely different recommendations in terms of exposure. And then the last mistake I think investors make is that when they try to connect fundamentals and the stock market earnings, fundamentals, economics fundamentals, oftentimes will say, I'm not gonna feel comfortable as an investor until the data's good. Again, think of March two thousand and nine. The data was absolutely horrific. But the market, the stock market has an incredible ability to sniff out inflection points when the status stops getting worse and starts getting better. But by definition, when you're at the bottom of the v, the data in an absolute sense is at its absolute ugliest, but we know what the benefit of high. Insight that periods like that are unbelievable launch points for the market. The same happens in the opposite direction. So sort of you get to the point where it be careful what you wish for if you're looking for universally strong data that's being hyped that tends to be when the market peeks out look at the data and March two thousand. The economic data was absolutely phenomenal. The earnings data was phenomenal. We know with the benefit of hindsight that was exactly at the market top. So I think that the stock market tends to be skeptical about hype and more often than not rolls over in an era of hype and loves to find that moment of hope where the data has stopped getting worse than start getting better. And I think understanding the connection between those two things probably serves, investors would serve investors very well. Do you believe? I mean, investors who may have been sitting on the sidelines and are seeing these great economic numbers coming in, they may have missed the boat, right. So do you believe that the market is at peak level right now? I think that it's time to start to watch for. A transition from late stage economic data to peak economic data. For the most part, I don't think we're there yet if there's one benefit to this, having been the the weakest expansion in history is that we haven't built the kind of excess and extremes in the data that would suggest were were at that risk of rolling over. But I do think we need to start to look for the signs that were moving from late to peak. I do think the one thing that probably is at or close to a peak is the earnings growth rate, not earnings in an dollar cents, but the growth rate and earnings because we saw this massive benefit accrue to corporate profitability from tax reform, but that is not purely one time in nature, but the benefit on a year over your growth basis is front end loaded. And now I think we have to start to look into twenty nineteen what will inevitably be a lower growth rate. In the number. So we should. We should start bracing ourselves for earnings that are not quite as spectacular as we as we've been seeing the one of the problems that tends to happen when you get surges and earnings like this is is the bar set too high, right? And or the the strong growth gets extrapolated too far into the future that may not be a risk for say next quarter because I think we, we still have the tailwinds of fiscal policy and tax reform, but it's a risk to be mindful of that the expectations bar, in fact, the best performance for the stock market, believe it or not has come in the zone where SNP earnings growth is between negative ten percent and negative twenty percent the zone of twenty percent earnings growth or higher the highest sewn the market has barely had positive returns. Why aunt again, it's inflection points, the markets, a leading indicator right earnings as reported is what happened in the past. So the market says, all right, up twenty percent at some. Point, it doesn't get any better than this, and the market tends to discount that an advance much like when earnings are imploding and they start to pick up the market says, all right, the worst is probably over. We should trust the market's a little more. They seem to know something about the the market is generally smarter than most investors. Liz end Sanders chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab. Thanks for spending so much time with us. Pleasure. Thanks for having me. Be sure to rate review share this podcast and remember to subscribe. So you never miss an episode.

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"liz end" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Can't say his name though his same as a little off oh what is it a camera what his name is but i saw him on the eib red carpet thing alone there were saying armie hammer timothy tom elect it that way i think cam malaysia i'm ole ry armie hammer who everyone gets his day wrong like i don't care everyone gets it wrong anyway yeah he's supercute y'all cutie so armie hammer is the other star in that you have the lone ranger a ruin the movie than on saw uh so okay lady bird is nominated uh is so he's in that andy's and call me by your name he's in two of the top pictures um so this is the these are the oscar nominees that we got this morning best picture communism darkest hour dunker get out ladybird phantom thread love the movie but it's not going to warn why wouldn't win it's got are lower find is actor of on us after all so yes daniel day liz ends because you don't think he'll win in the last roll all lima no woman is too good he is which will you see a video darkest hours gonna win darkest hours gonna win for best actor but it's not gonna win for best picture are hold on to get through all this i still haven't got through the best picture nominees the post there's a chance the post could win because it has a one anything else in i if super liberal hollywood wants to sent another message to trump though let a post the shape of water no and three billboard yungtsai manner and fraud so you say should i should i markel east i'm gonna leave it to rebuild or area isaf scene of i've seen a few of these at lady bird was fine despite the week ending you think that thing when's at all huh it's one in every other on every other award show me now and it's not a weekending it's a.

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"liz end" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on Who Charted

"Hold on lose they don't go uganda lose control what's next time so you call that country that's southern fried rock that was watered down skinner that's what they called that that that science they defines what i grew up in the midst of right midtier better and for were lied to i wasn't in arkansas but that stuff was big back that all right i got one more country in this one was called by waqar hayes it's called you broke up with me there are no watched the video right up in like oh i was trying to hooker in with stories earlier i like this already some assad here for or any whistle i hate with like my like was some native whistling gas co game burma served van room lacks ways in dronka may drag antilay way way back back him swagger extract of feeling no pain nonnazis happened not game dot in uk grasshopper pod which owes arms zagnoiko we had this is almost like causes our app bob rae volvo will make it better i like his dixon soon liz ends a yogya trip foglietta girl you may joe downing who had him emmanuel meagre mambo you back bat gained market share the votes margaritas girls the tribe picture this the songwriter this pitch to his two willie bethlehem well girl same been bureau the for twelve year old girls right we agree with that yes yes all the music is i've body in jail whistle a chorus of whistling he got any song in our job there.

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"liz end" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Plant in alabama and there it's the riverdale mills plant and boy you can smell it from miles away as you getting jacksonville florida used to be like that were my brother liz end they changed around their businesses in town all right i just gonna say i don't know maybe you can even get an uber in selma between might not be able to get an uber car in in london any longer in here to tell us more is adam set triano our global technology reporter adam is so what is this that that labour has been banned from operating in london chaos here and there were though get anywhere right all this happened because boy i'm sure there are a lot of a taxi and transportation companies that are going to be looking at how london managed to do this very carefully how did this happen needed a pride in uh in the regulator here is revoked lubers life in now being thrown into an appeal process but the biggest city in europe at u two or three point five million people using cap at least once every three months thousands and thousands of drivers um so this is a potentially very disruptive at the end of the way to people get around the city adam with the regulators cited verse safety and security practices in revoking its permanent which will start at the end of the month what is this actually mean the number of different things into keleti it basically a slap at the company corporate culture and cracked two a day went after him curry ways in which they report crime not doing enough background check on their drivers for a program that it had allowed it to kind of wait regulation i kind of the totality of all in it to show the tighter grip to that uh government thirteen torture company what what what's the razor any recourse over kenna can take oh yeah they are going to appeal this so it will work to legal system um they can also which paved filmed now with they've done in the past they can leverage some of their customers to try and put political pressure on people hunting the peop happened in new york a couple of years ago would know but blasio the eu gear today well when.

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"liz end" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Seven minutes past the hour the i of hurricane maria which is now again a categorythree storm is nearing the turks and caicos this morning maria blamed for the deaths of more than two dozen people on domenica and now several people on devastated puerto rico steve kastenbaum reports the lack of electricity there and impassable roads mean little communication it's difficult to assess the full scope of damage on puerto rico we have no contact with anybody like one count can't contact i love the town beat communication it complete collapse that's liz end retired new york city emergency medical technician living in san juan she has a rarity in puerto rico right now a working landline phone something she's been holding onto for years for just such an emergency so now of course i have my neighbors coming to you the phone those neighbors are desperate for information about loved ones in towns that have been cut off the damage has been so severe that only one radio station on the entire island was left being able to broadcast which is a kick eighty a on that everybody radio batterypowered radio on that fake it's serving us a lifeline for puerto ricans and occasionally the source of sad news on quarterly they reported that the in orlando three oh had been killed when the home that they were was affected by a mudslide and they were buried here in the united states hundreds of thousands of puerto ricans are growing more anxious by the minute yoko just wanna know and i wanna hear a voice on one thing you know i'm all right i'm okay that's marcos miro rivera a former puerto rico government official who now lives in holy oak massachusetts he's been unable to reach each several family members in the town of though neto problem right now people can't move beyond certain neighborhood because travel cheered either by flooding tree acquired mira bill de blasio.

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"liz end" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Packing one hundred seventy five mile an hour winds with puerto rico in the crosshairs governor ricardo rosay o is anticipating devastation from a direct impact acres third choice severely cripple is already week in san juan liz ends said the island still hasn't recovered from hurricane urmas glancing blow my kurt two day without electricity at the retired new york city ems technicians have people on the island are full of anxiety in anticipation of a potential catastrophe we're not going to handle it cookie were not going to have running water for a while up to two feet of rain is expected to cause potentially deadly mud slides i'm steve kastenbaum at least one hundred thirty nine people have been killed by a massive seven point one magnitude earthquake that struck central mexico correspondent reid reports a disaster struck days i'll only days after the worst earthquake in a century rattled mexico this earthquake comes just two weeks after a magnitude eight point one tremblor shook mexico the president had been visiting those devastated by that disaster when this one struck they are just now getting your arms around what happened there president trump has told the united nations general assembly that north korea will be totally destroyed if it threatens the us or its allies defense secretary james mattis says efforts to find a nonmilitary solution are underway the fourth way through the internet two for all crude oil diplomatic on wall street the dow up thirty nine points the s p game three the nasdaq up seven with all three indexes at new record highs i'm anne cates forget all these formulated extruded crushed that uriel there were a raw meat eggs from that dino by it it's unbelievable order a ninety day supply of dinovite for your dog this week we'll send you a big tube.

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"liz end" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"liz end" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And he cut a deal with your party your party can't be trusted and the deal was two point three or so million illegal aliens would receive amnesty and your party but appropriate monies to secure the southern border so it there would never be amnesty again and reagan was taken for a ride on so why do you lie about it nancy and the reason is you can't help it you have to lie now here's another like chuck schumer cut eight go the president's decisions and daca was heart liz ends it was brainless now this is this is the president's nobody go ahead if this orders stands hundreds hundreds of thousands of families we'll be ripped apart ten why why would they be ripped apart he trusts thing thing about what this president and he didn't say he's going to deport these people fact i don't think he is going to deport these people quite the contrary keep saying we're going to go after the criminals and the this another he never says he never says if there is no doc i'm going to deport the children who include thirty one years old but court years has he mr producer has he said we're gonna round up seven eight hundred thousand people under the age of thirty one were brought here by their parents under no fault of their own remembered member that phrase that's a bumper sticker under no fault of their own and that did the presentation around them up and ship them out if there is no daca now have these people been rounded up in shipped out when there was no daca now now but they shouldn't be able to participate in all these various government welfare state program should they should they be rewarded isn't that the issue should they be rewarded now they shouldn't be rewarded and they can make it right by law are things they can do but they're sitting around waiting for republicans and democrats to give the stamp of approval that's it that's it american citizens aren't treated this way american citizens don't get second third four chances when it comes to the law do you now i don't think you do we'll be right back mark.

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