35 Burst results for "MCI"
Canary Speech Uses Voice to Identify Human Conditions Across Multiple Applications
"Canary speech technology is currently commercially available. It's practical and scalable. We range in population sizes from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands of individuals within the population that we're monitoring and scoring. We have a range of different human conditions, stress anxiety, depression, we've had probably the most extensive use with. We've done some work in PTSD as well. Second to that we have a lot of work done in MCI Alzheimer's and cognitive function and decline. In this particular case, we currently have four clinical partners in different locations in the world where we are doing validation studies on Alzheimer's and cognitive measurements. And then of course, employee burnout, things like congestive heart failure, autism and others are ones that are being worked on as well. I've talked about our patents, we have new patents we're applying for things that we've been learning through these studies. And then our speech analysis as we mentioned before is done generally on 40 seconds to a minute of speech. And we return scored through our system within three seconds of time. Our partners range across the world. I've talked about hack attack meridian. I'm going to talk a little bit more about them later. Ulster hospital tele hospital and Dublin Ireland wake forest Hitachi SNK telemedicine companies like Best Buy health and several others.
Evidence That Early Alzheimer’s Can Be Reversed With Dr. Dale Bredesen
"I want to start with a big picture question that a lot of people who are listening to this podcast watchings view on youtube one. Oh which is is it truly possible to recover from alzheimer's it's a loaded question and some people might even say it's a blasphemous question right. But you're the man to ask. I would agree with you. It's blasphemous but absolutely we've seen it again and again and again As proof for example we just published a our trial proof of concept trial In that trial eighty four percent of the people actually improve their scores so we have unquestionable objective evidence of improvement. And when you say you publish your trial right for those folks that are just new to you right and are not familiar with your protocol program that you've designed. Let's give a little bit of context around this. What was that trial trying to look bad. And what answers came from it. Yeah great point so way back in two thousand eleven we were looking at root causes as as you well know root cause medicine is critical and so we were looking at root causes of cognitive decline in two thousand eleven. We proposed the first comprehensive trial for people with mci or alzheimer's. And let me. just digress. For one moment to say this concept of mci mild cognitive impairment has really hurt people and the field when you say that someone has mild cognitive impairment that is like saying they have mildly metastatic cancer. It is a late stage of the process. Typically they've had the underlying pathophysiology for fifteen or twenty years before they're getting a diagnosis of mci and then about each year. About ten percent of those people will convert to full on alzheimer's which is a which is the end stage of really. What is the alzheimer's pathophysiology and just pause there for a second. If you could rename that right come up with a different term just to show people the severity in the weight that comes with data. Is there any thoughts of what you would wanna call that absolutely so there are four stages you a symptomatic subject of cognitive impairment. Mild cognitive impairment and alzheimer's what they should be called is pre alzheimer's. That's the that's the A symptomatic period. Subjective is early stage. alzheimer's disease what we call. mild mild. Cognitive impairment is advanced stage alzheimer's disease. And what we currently call. Alzheimer's disease is final stage
What are Frontier Markets?
"As i was doing the research. I was fascinated by the sheer size of frontier markets in terms of population. Two point two billion people. A third of the world's population yet the economic impact at this point is still small only about three and a half percent of the world's gross domestic product the monetary value of goods and services produced a third of the world's population produces less than five percent of economic output. This size of the stock market's even smaller frontier markets. Make up less than one percent of global stock market capitalization that's the size of the equity market as determined by the price of a particular company times the shares outstanding less than one percent. And there aren't even that many stocks there are three thousand stocks that comprise the msi all country world index which is both developed and emerging markets. There are fourteen hundred emerging market stocks yet in the mci frontiers market and xers only eighty one stocks the countries that comprise that in. And i'll just go through the list. Because i think it's helpful and instructive to know what's there is croatia estonia iceland lithuania kazakhstan romania serbia's slovenia other countries include kenya morocco. Area bahrain jordan oman bangladesh lanka vietnam the largest country within the index as measured by market capitalization or sizes vietnam. It comprises thirty percent of the frontier market index. Morocco is twelve percent. Iceland's eight percent. Kenya seven percent. Kazakhstan is seven percent in looking at ways to invest the primary. Etf i found for us based investors is the i shares mci frontier and select emerging market. Etf i'm not sure exactly when i shares renamed it but the largest wait in that. Etf is kuwait at nineteen percent. And as i mentioned kuwait was upgraded from my frontier market to an emerging market.
Ma'Khia Bryant, Police Brutality and Finding Solutions
"So. I think we should start with the mci of ryan shooting. I think that that has been the instance that has been mo- more in the news lately. I mean it's been obviously the more recent one between that michelle in case What are your overall thoughts on on this case on the shooting. I saw kaya. Brian incident the minute once. Everybody's telling them hash started like you know what hive seen enough of these are. I've already went to the remorse. And the the ill feelings that comes along with to pay attention and then someone said he arrived on the scene shot within love and seconds up their minds. The tamir rice thank granted. I didn't get to look anything. I'm just like all right. Let's go That also a quick video also invested into the ground and then the cop shooting cup shooting. Someone and i'm like okay. So he shot someone in the back Four times unless like she got shot in the chest four times and she has met from when she didn't have the nevada. See of my. I those in the beginning. Then it was in the annals. Wait a minute. I can necessarily say this level of aggression. I think it's a typical white cop black teen situation than to say who to call the cops analogies exhilarating opinions. I wasn't sure what to make of it but it's still something that divides the intra community of least within the social media world.
Interview With Author, Dan McCrory
"Are so dan. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show and talk to us. We definitely appreciate thank you. I take an opportunity now. We definitely appreciate it. So so then your story. I mean you got many layers from unions to being a political candidates author. So let's kinda start at the beginning talk about a career in telecommunications how did that how did the split a ma bell like affect you directly and i was gonna say but some of our younger viewers and watch. Can you explain it in just what my bill was. Chair ma. bell was World for a lot of people that work for the phone company and it was the same place to work. You never have to worry about your job going to weigh. It was going to be there for life and a lot of diets. He's gonna started that way. A lot of people. There are grandmother work their their mother worked there and then they work their in in their expecting their their daughter to work there but a lot of things happen around nineteen eighties. When was mci world com was trying to get into long long distance business. Because that's where the money was done and We eight hundred block everywhere they could so finally they sued in federal court and the federal court said. Well you can either give them all this money or you can just break up the whole thing no longer a monopoly or whether they call it ought oligarchy. Company agreed to that. and in the meantime. Nci went belly up. They're no longer around enjoying the spoils of their Lawsuit so it was a scary time. We were used to having to gloves and compete in the open market and A lot of companies went by the wayside more were gobbled up by seven companies are created in the wake of the waco. Rageh up there we go sorry. And so let's created all new world and eventually sbc on texas of mine everybody else out and They changed their name day g again because everybody knew that
Reaction and Analysis of McLaren's MCL35M Car Launch
"Twenty twenty one formula one seasons first major milestone took place that eight mclaren revealing. It's twenty twenty one call the mc l. thirty find and the team finished third and the twenty twenty constructors championship. And it's sayings powell. Thanks to trump as well as getting don ricardo as replacement for karla signs genius with all that change comes expectation and pressure and in this remark podcast recording. We'll be discussing what we learned from town. Today i'm joined sports f jonathan able to sports reports late smith and our technical editor jacob. Select and jake. I'm coming to you. I i question today what are the main takeaway technical changes that you've spotted on the mci five if he changes. There's a lot similar As we expected because twenty twenty cars we know very similar to was twenty. Twenty one calls with regards. Take the carry chassis for covid. Nineteen times Being still prevalent as well so does a few little changes Obviously we know that as the switch to mercedes and that's how big knock on effect to the rear of the car As we know every team has been lifted. Two tokens which they may spend on a certain area of the cost Areas requests takings to to develop The rea- off the chassis takes too so maclean seems to suspend its allowance on developing the era of the of the car. Try get as much bang free stock as it can because switching to the gym obviously if it can improve things there as well then. That's us what he's got a day. let's frontino which is relatively the same. As last year they introduce the. If you like mercedes star news In practicing magellan the carried forward. And i think part of the thinking behind that was because obviously that requires a cross strokes to change to to change in that requires tokens and so if they could do it right in the middle of the season than they wouldn't have to spend it going forward this season Hit them a little bit hard in when when the new updates first came out but they got it together. The end of the season. The place constructors championships. Obviously these changes date eventually bath fruits. But i think the key thing is of mentioned. The tokens have been spent on the rear of the chassis. The mercedes engine is not running power unit. It's a different architecture. It's a different layout and they've got to know. Just consider the mounting points on the chassis but cooling requirements as well and these will have a knock on effect on how the chassis is developed. So that's something they've had to consider. I think the most obvious showing if that is the change. The shape in the air intake before it isn't massively exciting. Last year. Had something of a darth vader mask kind of design which was is incredibly strange design. If you like is a lot more conventional this time it falls in line with what mercedes has every power unit has different cooling requirements Different architectures mentioned in the so getting the right cooling the right parts and the right amounts of cooling is is ideal so that's why they've gone to not direction obviously facing them say he's power unit into the back as well. That's that's something of a change so you'll the body sculpting in different way if you look to reaching point williams and mercedes as well last year. You'd see they'd have sleeping design on on the top of the sideboards and that's just to simply allow to drop down and on top of the floor and if you build you allowing high pressure that's to the floor. And if you building that pressure difference you're getting the disease to work harder now as we know another knock on effect of these regulations is the diffuse the as less potent this time around. They've had fifty millimeters lopped off the internal fences and so getting the to work as hard as it can is absolutely vital and say trying to get that clean athletes the back of the car. That's going to be so so important. In this situation to the regulations and other thing that we denote as well as the flows of changed mclaren has given us a glimpse of what it might look like by. Think that keeping their cards close to the chest on that one if you look at it. It's very very pads down. Let's say it's it's quite simplistic and we saw designs in practice the end of last year. That were a lot more complex. It'd be fat to say so again. Yeah the keeping something that keeping that caused cliffs that chest on that one because this might be an area of intense development of such but if team has a really good idea for that and is able to make up any ground. They've lost because they've lost of the all of these toys at the rear. End the slots the cuts if they can make up with what they do have available to them. It'd be a very lucrative area of development. So i think they're trying to sort of you know play expectations down on that front and just at the rear as well. The railing end. Play is brand new. If you'd seen that curved streak design something that has invented which is something. We don't say a whole lot on this on this channel but something they invent since one thousand nine hundred thousand. Something red bull ran with as well in in twenty twenty. So it's an interesting inclusion. it'd be interesting to see how how that works with the rest of the car. So there's a few to summarize a few new bits that we can see. I think there are more to come. By as a continuation. Looks very very sensible development of mclaren pops what we were
Chester Martin (Mi'kmaq
"My friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native north america who are following jesus christ without reservation on. Today's program will hear more from chester martin of the mid mon nation in new brunswick canada chester was trapped by hatred towards his father. And it's not something that he could break free of on his own but there were so easy to find bulls ana reserve. I went to people that that welfare unemployment checks oleg pension checks army checks people. Dead meat homebrew on the reserve. You know the more. I drank sicker. I go out and vote a year later. I remember getting. Dt's at my uncle's place. I can hear the baby crying on the other own buzzer. dt's later. Start here and voices. And i started listening to his voice. And i always told me that was no good to. They'll never become muscle. Just kill yourself. And it went on and on and on. And i walked up the road and i jumped in front of occur. I figured that's the only way to go. it hurt. Everything saw anger everything that carried hateful ono sober up so nice fellow. Ono's drink and everything was hateful and me and you know going in trouble going to fight and win. I'll go beat up and just look at the current miss me when i jumped in front of it. Got the back end of her and it knocked me off to who started running what's hidden and what and got away from the cops jerash emp. Looking for me i guess. Who would you think would self drink. And then i didn't. And i kept drinking finally one day and got the again and i got in trouble real bad trouble. I in place now destroyed it. That caught sent to mental institution and camels browser to see a insane. Are something a center for six weeks before three sony. Twenty twenty one years old twenty one and a half and so told me a drink a little bit too much of it you can easily on on my drinking and i went back to the court soul me that Just looked at me. Said you're charged drop. But he said you gotta impair turkey against. You'll never been looking for you. So they charged me twenty two hundred and fifty dollars and he asked me if he can put me on probation for six months to go to a and he told me you've been in here in and out for years last three years and getting in trouble i said would you go. I said i looked at him and said yeah. I would go and i didn't know what it was at that time so my mother so glad that jail. How mental institution auditing care. And he was that time you always already sold before five years that he stopped drinking. I think it's twenty years upbringing anyway. And he said just go to. Generally that i didn't want to go jalen weren't is took. The alcoholics anonymous eater. Daddy was six months for raising a or go to jail and i took the go to. Alcoholics may join the program. I used to go to a first three months. I used to take a couple of pints of beer. And i said you know we're on hurt me then i go to a tonight. Come home drink all night. Then they go to a. Because i was scared my they might catch me so one night. I heard this guy story. You went on totally story. Talked about being in the army talked to both overseas and all that and couldn't identify with him. But i can and he said let go and let god take over and the first thing that popped into my mind was pearl hill and jack mci and he said you know go up. Saved his life seeing made them no man. Okay let's go home. And that night i went home and afraid as good. Can you remove alcohol. And i don't know what happened that time. We just feel that it came over me that i didn't want to drink no more. I stopped drinking and to my wife. I knew all my life.
Apple Car Still in Early Stages, Unlikely to Launch Until 2025-2027 at Earliest
"Tapping the brakes on the apple. Car story. macrumors has prolific apple prognosticator international analyst. Ming cheek quo saying. He doesn't see a car made by apple coming off the line until twenty twenty five at the earliest that goes against the recent reuters report that had access turning as soon as twenty twenty four quoting closed note from over the weekend. We predicted in a previous report. That apple would launch apple car. Twenty twenty three to twenty twenty-five however our latest indicates that the current development schedule of apple car is not clear and if development starts this year and everything goes well. it'll be launched in two thousand twenty five to twenty twenty seven at the earliest due to changes in the electric vehicle. Self-driving market and apple's high quality standards. We would not be surprised if apple cars lawn schedule is postponed to twenty twenty eight or later as for the company shot at success. Midst not automatic pointing to what he sees as the failure of home pod and the smart speaker category quos note points out to investors that apple's not always successful in new business quoting his note again if apple car wants to succeed in the future the key success factor is big data and ai. Not hardware one of our biggest concerns about apple cars. That went apple car is launched. The current self driving car brands will have accumulated at least five years. A big data and be conducive to deep learning and ai. How does apple a latecomer overcome this lagging gap young. Mci is apparently not bullish on apple car.
FCC Tweaks CableCard Rules
"This is probably pretty inside baseball, but I know some of you like me. use a cable card at that is capable card. This is the thing the FCC used used to require. the cable companies offer you so you could use your own instead of having to use the cable companies boxer. DVR, the cable card was really Kinda neat idea. It was a credit card device for people old-timers Internet and technology people going back a ways you would recognize it as what we used to call. A P. C.. M. C. I. A. Card P. C. M. C. I. A.. Yeah that that card, there was a credit card but had electrtonics in it. And the idea was it was kind of like nowadays, you could do it with the SIM card truthfully. But this was an old technology around a long time. Nowadays you can do is assume card but in the old days, the cable companies still seems to be living in the old days. They they would make this. MCI Card that you could I left at an end deny PCMCIA. Lot. Letters card. That you would put. In a device, like Tito, for instance, and it would make it the cable box. So you didn't have to use the junky cable walks the cable company provided and you'd read it from them. They're making money on a couple of bucks five bucks something like that. FCC. Has. Just ruled. put a little ruling didn't didn't really pay any. You. Know didn't make a big deal about it and didn't it didn't get a lot of attention. because I think it's a small market. But thank goodness for David Zach. That's Absu. That's not funny. Dot Com. Because if it weren't for him, I might not even be be aware of this. But I use I have three cable cards my house three tvos three cable carts. The FCC has in effect said. We are eliminating a proceeding in which we saw comment on the adoption of new regulations for navigation devices. The FCC calls him devices consumers used to access video programming, and other services offered over multichannel video programming networks, cable networks. and WHO's important part eliminate outdated cable cards, support, and reporting requirements. FCC's Adele worry the market will keep the cable car to live I don't know. According to the FCC. There are half a million cable cards in circulation and they drop every year about ten percent. People aren't using them anymore. You know why? not, because everybody's saying, Oh, I gotta use that comcast box or that Cox box the spectrum by now. Because people are saying, I, just needed her neck. Give Me Internet. I'm I'm I'm curious what you think yesterday Dick Debartolo and I were talking about predictions. We. Had a read back my prediction from two thousand nine, which are wildly inaccurate. But I'M GONNA make. Another prediction maybe possibly wildly inaccurate. I don't think it's could take ten years maybe it'll take five. But more and more of us are going to start getting our our content over the top. You know through the Internet not through the Cable Company and that really in the long run, it might make more sense. For eliminating cable cards just eliminate cable. Not What the cable company wants, but I think that maybe the unintended consequences, this just eliminate the cable. and go over the Internet. Of course, I think most cable companies realized that's the future and are starting to offer more and more on demand stuff over the Internet, and of course, certainly, the content companies no, that's the future. That's why all of a sudden there's HBO Max and Peacock. And Disney plus an apple. TV. Plus these are all over the top. Streaming networks where you you pay a fee, a monthly fee ranging from five to fifteen dollars a month who lose another one, and you get your TV from the Internet, and now you can subscribe to Youtube TV. which. Is really a cable company, but it's just over the Internet fifty five bucks you get your local channels. You get a basic cable package for fifty five bucks over the Internet. How long this is the question I'm posing how long? Before cable companies just become Internet companies. I think that's I think that's happening very rapidly and this getting rid of the cable card is kind of a way of of saying that it's bad for not though. I feel bad for. Tiba owners who have the cable version, the cable variant. But. As you can see, it's not very many anymore. Not. Very many anymore. So the rest of us will either go to you know the the cable provided box which my in my case and I would say suspect many cases is not as good as Tibo offers. Or? We'll just go with a over the top service Youtube TV. It has built in Dvr. You can have six different users can have each have their own. Recording and it's easy. You just press plus on a show and it'll record the show forever. It's got no. I don't maybe there are limits, but it doesn't seem to have any limits on what you can record I. Think it's very easy simple not as there are some things missing. Tibo you can skip commercials I like that they. Put Press. The button boom to just jumps right over the commercial I like that. It's in fact to scrub through shows or move back and forth on a Tivo with a remote than it is on the youtube APP but you know we can live with that. WILL IT BE CHEAPER No No No. I don't think. So there are right now freeways there's a an APP maybe you've seen it called low caste. CAS. Lets you. Watch TV, your local channels free. They're getting away with this, but somehow they are. So there are people help always right enemy say you can. It's cheaper you can get. Pluto. Or other inexpensive solutions, ad-supported solutions and that that's probably the case that'll probably live live on.
How To Stay Centered When Youre Skiing Off a Cliff With Angel Collinson
"Great, to meet you yeah Sundays to meet to shout out to my friend Josh Simpson for mixing our mutual friend Josh MCI totally. Thanks Josh. How did you get into meditation? Well. I was always really interested in Buddhism growing up. I'm not sure why I ski raised at a pretty high level from a young age and I've found that it was just something that I was already doing to clear my mind before competitions. But really what got me into it was when I started doing some more of the quote unquote extreme stuff and also finding my spiritual identity or just the way that I wanted to relate to life in the way that I wanted to find meaning for my own life and I'd heard a lot about meditation and I was dating a boyfriend that helped get me into it and that was about ten years ago. Would your practice look like now? Now, I have a lot of time that I spend on the road and I really liked to use APPs yeah I, really love your up. I also really love Waking Up Sam Harris's up I'm here. I mean he's really good friend and he's a great teacher. Yeah. Both of those are awesome nurtured head space but there's something about the APP that keeps me accountable I. Don't necessarily need it for today practice, but sometimes, it just has more accountability to make me sit down for at least ten minutes every day. But usually I like to do some different sort of breath work and. Short visualization stuff. You know that's really helpful like visualizations, a tool that I use both in my meditation practice when I'm trying to still the crazy chaotic water sometimes that life. Presents us with and you know visualization also like every day in my skiing practice when I'm trying to visualize my lines and stuff I take time in the morning to kind of run through the ideal scenario that my life would like that the run would look like and sometimes it's three minutes and ten minutes sometimes it's forty five, but it's just whatever I can make time for. Okay to use the term line. Yeah. So. What does that mean? So, align basically refers to the run that you ski down the mountain. So what I do is it's called big mountain skiing other people that aren't familiar think of it as extreme skiing, but they get dropped off in helicopters and it's up to us to choose the way down the mountain and. Everyone's second. I'm sorry to interrupt you because you're underplaying this I just watch the videos you you just like casually said, yeah we get dropped off in helicopters like it's no big deal. A helicopter takes you and put you on top of really stand place where nobody's supposed to be like don't even yaks of their. Whatever mount goes nothing. Is like the tip of a sort of a at the top of a mountain but it's kind of like a ridge. It's a running ridge and this line I saw you skiing they dump you out of a helicopter and you ski down and then like there's like a little avalanche following you and you're jumping off rocks. It's crazy. For you. I'm still here. Yes. Don't do it again we'll have to wait. I can't imagine how your parents feel watching this anyway. So you're saying line is they dropped off the helicopter and then you kind of it's actually not a straight line you're skiing down you have to ask you can't. It's not like a well groomed straight line course you're skiing around obstacles Yeah it's pretty challenging art to master because what we do is we fly into the basin of a mountain Rangers Cirque and then all the athletes stand at the bottom and we look up at the face right the mountain face and there's cliffs there's a little sub ridges. There's all these things that you kind of have to get image in your head of how you want to navigate through the obstacles and how you WanNa. Make your unexciting how you're GonNa manage what you just called the avalanche we call it Slough. It's loose moving snow that isn't technically an avalanche, but it can. Sweep you off your feet if you cross under it. So it's this whole navigational plan that you have to make in your head from the bottom. But then when you fly the top get dropped off on top a lot of times, there's blind rollovers you can't actually see the markers and so it's kind of this art form of piecing together. What you thought was that little cliff, the tip of that rock that should be really easy to identify and making share. You know you're fifty feet to the right of that and kind of doing that the hallway down it's yeah, it's exciting. That's one way to. I I watched a video of you and I recommend everybody watch these videos because it's. Just to say somebody. A big mountain skier or an extreme skier does it zero justice? You actually need to see it and we'll put in the show notes. I. Was watching a video of you and you can see exactly what you just described. You're standing there looking at the face of the mountain and you can tell your very concentrated. You're taking it in and it sounds like internally you're visualizing. Go, and then I saw you put abandon over your whole face. Was that part of Leser messing around. Okay. Happens more often than the visualization to be honest. But so you're looking you've been doing this long enough. You've been doing this a pretty a pretty small and you're looking at them. So you you're able to really take in what am I seeing here in is this feasible but then I've also read that you get in the helicopter to go do the thing and sometimes you just referenced it sometimes, you see oh that what looked like a little cliff is actually something different, i? Don't know if there is such thing as a little cliff but anyway and do you ever decide oh? No No, I'm not doing this thing. Yeah. I think that's also where meditation has really helped me because sometimes it's easy to let what you think. You're capable of or what you think. You can accomplish for that day get in the way of the reality of things you know maybe it's the conditions or maybe it's you're not firing on all cylinders or whatever, and being able to back down actually as. People ask you like what's your proudest moment you know and I would say it's times when I stepped away from stuff that I really wanted or knew I was capable of but had to have the self awareness to be like this isn't the day for it and you know we learned the hard way too. That's how you learn how to trust your intuition is. Follow it and things go wrong and then you're like Oh that's what that was trying to tell me
Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang
"From Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam Kanner and I'm Josh. Larsen can't be easy to keep working after three days. No sleep to keep focus. You're seeing things yet. Cause little flashes tricks alight that's Robin Williams with Al Pacino in Christopher Nolan's insomnia from two thousand and two as the follow up to his mind. Bending breakout hit. Memento insomnia struck some at the time as a frustratingly straightforward thriller. This week we continue our Nolan who've review with a fresh look plus we'll have thoughts on three new releases all available online more. Can I get up Pacino ahead? Unfilled SPOTTING Welcome to film spotting Josh. The theaters are closed. But the movies keep coming at least if you know where to look this week. We've got reviews of three new releases. Include ONE. That's definitely a golden brick. Were the debut. That's the cozy noir thriller. Blow the man down a feature debut set in Downey's main and the down under set the true history of the Kelly gang from director. Justin Kurt Sel and the high school set Sela and the spades one. You caught up with Josh Ross. Going to continue our Christopher Nolan who've review with two thousand? Two's insomnia the black sheep. Maybe of the Nolan filmography. We'll see if it does deserve that reputation later in the show first though let's talk some new movies for a change including that Australian import true history of the Kelly gang mother soldier pan. You cost me you. Can that back a child? It is already traveling. Full tilt toward the men are would become. That's from the trailer for True History of the Kelly gang which is available to rent ondemand this weekend. The director is Justin Kerr. Zal who previously made twenty eleven the snow town murders than in two thousand fifteen. He did Macbeth. Which starred Michael Faster and Marion Cotillard? All three of them re teamed for two thousand sixteen assassin's creed now. Kelly gang is set in colonial Australia. Where Kelly and his group of anarchists violently rebel against their British rulers nineteen. Seventeen George MCI plays Ned Kelly. The film also stars Russell. Crowe Nicholas Holt Thomasson. Mackenzie and Charlie Hunnam so strong. Cast their Adam. You're able to get an early look at this one before. It's on demand release. Did the cast live up to. Its Promise House the film in general some of it definitely did in terms of the cast. This is actually my first. Kerr Zal film. Haven't seen any of the other three that you mentioned despite the fact that Michael Fast Bender has been in those two that you mentioned and I'm always down for Good Shakespeare Adaptation. I can't compare obviously this film the Kelly Gang to his adaptation of Macbeth specifically but there is a lot of the Scottish play in his telling of Ned Kelly. Se Davis from our beloved. The Baba Duke plays his mother in this film and she is not someone to cross. She's domineering she's vengeful. It's born from years of oppression as a woman and as an Irish woman living under English rule in Australia. You hear her in the trailer. Seda a young Ned. You're a man. Now you go out and show the world. This isn't a gentle mother's encouragement. It's an order and like Macbeth himself. As ned gets closer to his fate the matter he gets and that unhinged hallucinatory spirit is. What colonel taps into visually think about the late nineteenth century? We get in. John Hill coats the proposition as a counterpoint. This is not that at all. This is realism clashing with fantasy to the point where there are times in certain sequences and shots. Josh especially a recurring motif of a man riding a horse. That feels more like more door than the Bush way outside Melbourne. And so I've dropped Macbeth. I've dropped Lord of the rings throw in the assassination of Jesse James by the Coward. Robert Ford and the pop aesthetic of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. Except with punk instead and you get some sense of what watching the true history of the Kelly. Gang is really like which may sound really amazing to you and other people. Yeah I'm I'm hooked so far. Yeah it's definitely a lot and honestly it was a little bit too much for me. Wants so much to be this fiery sneer. That doesn't conform do conventional biography and it's full of these big ideas about colonialism and storytelling and masculinity and challenging gender and sexual norms. The gang the Kelly gang actually wears dresses for me. It's just all too much of a performance of assault to really embrace and actually MCI is part of it. He's a really intriguing presence and has an unsettling physicality that he definitely brings to this role. A presence was kind of all he was in nineteen seventeen. That's kind of by the design of that film and I haven't read anything about his performance but I wouldn't be shocked to learn that he went really method here that he he went so deep. And as I said there's there's an intensity to it there's a real physicality to it but he's burrowed so deep into it. So deep into Ned Kelly psyche that he never emerges for me and I can appreciate the audacity of what Kerr's doing here and his. I our first shot of young. Ned actually is him peering through a slit in his makeshift home while his mother is engaged in a sex act with a paying customer. That's a British officer played by Hunnam and then later at the end it is big showdown with authorities. He's wearing iron over his head for protection. With the sliver is is that matches that exact same point of view so crucial knows what he's doing absolutely and he does have a really game cast Russell. Crowe shows up for a little bit in this movie. And there's a lot of fun as outlaw. Who Basically pays for? He buys a young Ned as an indentured servant to teach him the trade. And I really like Nicholas Holt. In this movie. He shows up maybe about midway through as a really charming despicable and entitled English constable. Who BEFRIENDS NED in the family? Until the family decides that they're not going to subjugate themselves to him like he expects everyone to do so some juicy fund performances here and crystals definitely doing allot as I said in terms of the filmmaking sounds like there might even be a little bit of animal kingdom in there too with the mother son Dynamic and of course the Australians setting so I. I'm intrigued by those comparisons. We'll we'll have to see if the catch up with if it works a little bit better for me. The True History of the Kelly gang is available to rent on demand right. Now the new one you caught up with Josh is called Sela and the spades the directing debut of Theresa Poh. It had its debut back in January at Sundance and it came to Amazon prime. This past weekend in your letterbox review you wrote any movie that mixes the DNA of mean girls. Brick and schooldays has my attention. We're all over the place with our references in this show so far. Tell me more. Yeah this this could be a lazy short and in some ways doing this exercise. But I think it's it is really helpful in this case because those are great films with distinct styles each trying to do something that maybe you hadn't quite seen before done in that way and mixing it all together is really exciting. That also puts a ton of pressure on a relatively small film like Sela and the spades and so I don't know if it's the sort of pressure this movie can entirely bare but I like that. All of these elements are in here that the basic scenario is selling. The speights takes place at an elite boarding school and we follow the illicit dealings and also the the relationships among various student factions there called and each of these factions. They're essentially like criminal gangs. So Sela played by Lovey Simone. She runs the drug-dealing spades. And you know there are maybe some Macbeth Lady Macbeth specifically comparisons to make here in her ambition and the way she holds grip on power. She does take an underclassmen under her wing. But as we come to learn you know it may not be the most altruistic reasons that underclassmen played by Celeste O'Connor now both of those performances are really strong by Simone and O'Connor There are some good supporting turns to. I could see this being one of those smaller. First films where two or three of the actors in them and this happened with mean girls as well right pop up in later films and you really see what what great talents. They have their There's also the whole criminal element calls on brick of course that this is going on among high schoolers beneath the adults is. It's kind of amazing. How little the adults have to play in in this world And then there are some really striking flourishes by PLO as director. And here's where some of the the school days Spike Lee school days comparisons come in because Sela is also the head of the spirit squad for the school and they have a direct address to the camera routine just about what. It's like to be a seventeen year old
Want To Feel Good? Listen Each Day
"Is where you market your daily dose of happy happy because there's a lot going on out there but we are in this together with two choices. Ladies and gentlemen we can say this all could be scared freaked out reading news twenty four seven and getting the same information but continuing to instill that fear inside of ourselves. All the second option is we can do what we know women the due to self dystopia to distance ourselves from paper when it to not go anywhere. If we got the SNIFFLES. We're not meant to shake hands not meant to women to wash hands on waiting to take these steps. We know where we're at. We don't know what the future is going to hold. But I can tell you right now. Would I do not? I do know that we in this together. This is not something that we have. It's awesome then MCI. That's what's good about the humankind is in on this. We're all we're all short and we're GonNa get through this together. Positively will come out of it if you feeling down it's understandable. I know that there's a lot of people out there that are concerned about the jobs about their portfolios about the parents about the kids about themselves. There is a lot of concern out there but again as I say we have got the opportunity to be Students here to learn from what's going on to do it women to do to help others that we can if you're in a position to help than fantastic. Let's do that. But we are in this together and we will get through. There will be a tomorrow. I don't want people to get to down It's very easy to do that when you see on the news disaster and bad and scared and feel Now I'm not saying that it's I'm GonNa tear your motive here is in you. Know Media's fight on nothing like that not at all might my. My motive is really just to give you the freedom to be able to just go. Yeah that's a good point you know as it is. We're in this together. We are human. We all going to work this out and you know it is going to be what it is a fully voiced. You've given and if anything if you can learn throughout this period or you can do well throughout this period. Then please do. The markets are fooling at a tremendous right traditional markets that is of course because amok although has fallen quite heavily nothing like what we saw in unprecedented falls. On the non crypto market. The Dow is down three thousand points of an ought to spot zero percent interest. Right color figure. I think we'll start thoughtless. You'd Probably Hill on that for a little bit longer but I don't really know That was just my thoughts yesterday. There's not really much it's going up. A gold is slightly up. It's up one point three percent. The rest of the markets have been down. So what does that mean for remarkable? Apparently not a great deal at the minute because we down. They look down seven percent. But I mean if you consider the the amount of money that is For Market to be down when you compare it to traditional markets it wouldn't even crypto banged down seven to ten percent so there are more factor for one percent of the full on. As and the YM or the down this and pay suspect he's a powerful thing to have. We are small market. Yeah we've volatile. Yes we are. What about this market? The pure volatility out there and look. You know if you're going to be at the next sheet is and you're going to share with you might as well be looking at the markets kit. You Risk Lloyd Motlanthe. Today's to be looking at the low at times. I do my scan this morning. I got short on this morning today. Actually which is this morning. Hey Brian flattery and I'm looking for more. There's a few out there across across the high market cap space and also to flat levels in the lower timeframe token. I've got a plan for a little couple of breakouts The setting up of the minimum plans for if breaks note. I get my fill boosters and cradles there's opportunities guys you just need to know what you're doing So yeah there's always opportunity and there's always abroad I and as always open there's always there's always raising to be happy. A lot of people have it a lot worse than us. So just get that perspective back into your life and if I can help please let me. I'm more than happy to do that. And I know that you know it's more than likely that a lot of you if you've already working from highmore in subsequent lockdown so to speak than its high lucky we probably will be in the coming next few wakes in. This could go deeper than we thought so. Let's just say what goes on. That's right out. Let's let's band together as a community because we're all together. There's nobody who's not involved but this is not affected by this yet again. We are here together. We don't need to doom and gloom. You WanNa have any podcast you come into the right place because even if the market's full we prepared to do it. This guy was going to keep on doing what he does. And it will be walking to the office and walking home and following all the rules donated. I will still be here. I'll be you'll lucrative fresh air h morning each day and do the best. I can to To keep you positive because that unlucky that I've got a lot of people that listen to this and I fucking is brought up your day away bit and that's exactly what I'm GonNa Goddamn do because actually a wrought so what's going on the market going down seven point nine percent. We're on the news. The five thousand Mark Right now. Four nine two one is where we sitting down seven percent rotten theorem. One is seven. Thirty non wouldn't be surprised at all to skip a little hotter today We do have that sort of trend emotion. At the moment it could could occur death. Thirty percent right now on a theory excel pay nine point six two percent sitting at thirteen point. Eight cents a flat level it On that fifteen minute close oil. Bitcoin cash down seven point six percent. One sixty full spotlight is where we are right now. Bs Vaden eleven point nine. Six twelve percent at one eighty seven ninety four little flat level forming in there. As well the fifteen minute unlock comer to thirty one dollars and ninety cents at thirty two pumped up eleven point eight nine percent down currently building into a support level one already five Dan. Nine point one nine percent wrought now building into hopeful. It might break law so possible short there. Bon On all twenty two can move the level. Yesterday at ninety father spoke of Done of on the podcast. But I did speak of it in a video or non. Twenty-one down eleven point two percent cod flat level in the fifteenth starting to form just two tests thurbers starting to to form which is good because it gives me an opportunity if the market is gonNA follow or be sure what I want to be. Hedged DON'T WANNA BE SITTING PRETTY. Were Point to point three cents and we're twelve sent down classic thirteen point six six percent flat level there as well as jazz breakdown. Smitty mid photo thirty full Tron Percent Down County sort of Saud ways on the law. Timeframes down percents nine cents right now so we do have opportunity out there if you know what you're looking for guys as a matter of keeping an eye on what is going on and positioning yourself
The Father of Personal Computers
"This bonus episode we wanted to take a closer look at the man who is sometimes referred to as the father of personal computing Ed Roberts the founder of mitts and creator of the altar. Here's forrest mims. The third who co-founded admits at Ed's kitchen table in Albuquerque New Mexico back in nineteen sixty nine. It was one of the hardest working guys. I know we go to a meeting at Ed's house and we had to wait and wait and wait. Why is that. Because he's taking a nap 'cause he hasn't slept in two days so I think we got to snap. Then we have our meetings. We'd sit in his garage building stuff that we're trying to sell. This is before the computer days selling. You know the building a model rocket stuff and all that Watching Mash on television and Star Trek. Just having a good old time doing that a few years later Roberts came up with the idea to build a mail order. Computer Kit for hobbyists marketed. Through Popular Electronics magazine that microcomputer was to be called the al-Tair Eighty eight hundred and the advertisement caught the attention of a young Paul Allen and Bill Gates who soon pitch there basic software to ED? Ed invited Paul Allen to New Mexico to try out. Paul Allen gets to Albuquerque and ED meets him at the airport. He's looking for somebody wearing a suit and tie and all that but ed was air wearing blue jeans and just like we all did. Anyway they get together and ED drives a motel and Paul doesn't have enough money to pay the bill so it gives. It didn't have any money so he gave his credit card and Paul's embarrassed about that or they went to see out there. I hadn't loaded the bootstrap loader yet and they typed in two plus two in the computer said four and they were just ecstatic that it worked that shield that basic worked. He hired Paul Allen on the spot to be his vice president for software development and But Gates went back to Harvard. His Dad wanted him to become an attorney. But Paul Allen Convinced Gates to come back that the summer of seventy five and work on the work with basic the al-Tair along with Allen and gates basic interpreter a smash but the relationship between Roberts in the young duo soured when they wanted to break out on their own got severe arguments at work when gates an Allen went on their own with Microsoft That's what really upset. Add much more so than anything else and because they wanted to sell basic to other companies in other words. Competitors of Ed's like processor technology and Radio Shack was secretly developing the trs. Eighty and so on. So there was a battle over that well it had to go to arbitration because they're Bill Gates had written a contract with Ed while he was still working at a mets in his contract said that midst to use its best efforts to to promote basic and the arbitrary arbiter decided. Well it wasn't using his best efforts to promote basic and that gave all rights back to Microsoft the contract they had with. It wasn't really fair because Ed never read the contract. He told them. I trust you guys and signed it. Once that trust was broken Roberts was turned off by the whole industry at this point Z. Ed Roberts is A. He's an innovative guy but he doesn't like dealing with office problems and office people complaining about each other. You know the standard thing that happens in big offices he was flooded with that for example. Mci was selling computer. That looked just like the Altair. It was almost a carbon copy. He didn't like that kind of competition. He felt it was unfair. All of that was getting him down and he finally decided to sell the company. He sold it to per tech a manufacturer of hard drives. So what did Roberts do next retire? Become a full time. Hobbyist Roberts was only thirty six years old and still had a lot of Gusto in them but he was also a little homesick for the simpler life. He grew up with so he finally decided. I've had it. I'M GONNA go back to Georgia. I'm going to buy a farm. I've already made my million dollars. I've already got my airplane now. I've learned to be a pilot and I'm going to become a medical doctor. The medical doctor thing always bothered me. I thought to myself is not GONNA do that. Well I did do that. He went to medical school. He became a small town doctor. Who really cared for people? Decades later in two thousand six Dr Roberts received an invitation to go back to Albuquerque New Mexico. Museum of Natural History and science was opening a new startup exhibit on the personal computer revolution and its roots in the region. The exhibit was largely funded by Paul Allen. Ed was invited to the grand opening. Didn't WanNa go and he kept saying I don't want anything to do with it. You know nobody knows him. I don't WanNa go. I kept telling him F. You've gotta you've gotta go. He decided to go. And so we were there at the dedication of a plaque in front of the old midst building and dedicated that and that was a big deal in Paula's air and all that when Paul is getting ready to leave that exhibit his he walks over and Paul comes to tell us goodbye. Goodbye wishing well and he said if there's anything I can do to help you let me know meant helping him in his medical practice. And so I'll I'll I'll let you know he says after all. You still owe me for that hotel bill that I had to pay for you and your ride admits back in the early days and they just laughed and all that Ed was getting past all of that that rivalry
Edmondo Robinson, Associate Professor of Medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College
"We are hyper focused. On on value based care and consumerism and healthcare some super excited for a doctor Robinson's perspectives. In addition to to his previous roles he's also an associate professor of medicine at the Thomas Jefferson University Sidney Kimmel Medical College and he's also a practicing physician so It is truly a privilege to have him as not only a health industry leader but also a practicing physician to talk about some of these trends and healthcare with that at Mondo. I WanNa give you a warm welcome. Thanks for joining us being over me. So what is it that got you inspired to do the work that you do that Robinson and had as you said I'm reading my bio a little bit? I had a few different roles and my inspiration has always been consistent. It's I truly want to make a difference. I knew it seems Corny. But you know it's it's one of the drivers I think there's so much opportunity in healthcare to affecting improve people's lives in one of his. Why continue to practice that one on one interaction where you are truly little hospital so literally? Saving someone's life that is inspiring and then even as I think about digital in the opportunity to improve affect people's health across steeled across a large population continues to inspire me. It's it's the the one on one. Interactions the interactions as well as the N. Equals many interactions To me they inspire me in different ways but at the end of the day. We actually truly helping people in that. That's a good reason to get out of bed morning. Totally agree with you and my head and heart are in the same place. I don't think it's Corny. I think it's a great thing to be moved by. And and so I'm curious. Now you know with the work that you're doing there at the cancer center however you guys adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. What's different and better about what you guys are doing is interesting the goals here at MCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Center or nothing less than curing cancer. It's not a ambiguous. Goal is to Jimmy to the provincial tour of cancer. So you know when you when everyone has is is lockstep with that that focus. It's very refreshing right. You know what your goal is my job on the digital side say how do I leverage digital for that same goal right? So what does that look like? And we all have the same goal I bring in digital so you start thinking about those areas like how do I improve outcomes? How do I use things like machine learning and hey I to improve clinical outcomes of those folks that we that we serve? How do I use digital to drive? Cost drive down cost. We can cure cancer cheaper And make it more accessible thinking about robotic process automation. Those kinds of things improving operations. And how do I do all of that? With an even better experience for patients it had delivered digital to skill that improved experience Across the entire population that we serve. So those are those. That's how we how we approach from a digital perspective the opportunity to contribute to the provision cure cancer. I love it and so as as we wrap our heads around this digital theme. How does that translate into? Say The work that you've done in consumerism. And and and you know. How does that translate to the physician level? That's providing care all the way down to the the patients that you guys are taking care of interesting. I like to. It's great great question. I'd like to start with the patients in and go back or go the other way. And actually you mentioned consumer and so there's different ways of defining who we serve honestly even though I've had the title consumer may not be the most comfortable for me but there needs to be some acknowledgement that there are people who are engaging in health and health behaviors and improving their health. They don't see themselves as patients and so we have to figure out. How do we how do we want? How do we engage with them? And then and then what do we call them? So right now the best definition that they have we have the best kind of description that we have is consumer twice until I hear something better than people as a new people so people have said okay. Let's just people which I did but it's a little it's a little loose um so I think I like consumer healthcare to me feels a little bit better than just. Kinda brought people that being said. Now how do you engage with consumers? Well the way everyone else. Every other extreme these consumer digitally right. That's that's the way you engage with them whether it's online or SMS text or or it's mobile APPS and so we're that's how you engage with people it's not complicated conceptually. It's complicated in execution in so anyone disagrees with the idea that you engage with consumers Digitally that's certainly how you skill. Now there's certainly aspects of what we do in healthcare and other industries as well where you need a physical need a physical component to that so now we start talking about the operation talking about the physicians and so forth. So how do you then convert you know? It's almost clicks to bricks. How do you convert those digital interactions into those physical interactions with necessary? And it's not always necessary and you think about things like virtual care and so now he's saying well. How do we optimize our operations so streamline that we can focus on those physical interactions when necessary into a really good job at that and then? How do we bring everyone along? Who's been a traditional healthcare system for decades right? How do we bring those folks along to this digital age? So that's part of that's part of the work that's the work of digital and if you ignore as a digital person as a as a digital innovator ignore the people part of the operations and the clinical piece you will fail Absolutely must focus on those people. Whether it's the frontline staff back the operations and certainly the clinicians physicians nurses pharmacists and so forth that needs to be a high focus. And so you know there's this title of digital in this time of innovation but at the end of the day is it's about people about people and it's about people love it it's a it's a great call out. And and what do you believe makes what you do and what? The Cancer Center does better than what's available today. There are many opportunities to leverage on digital. You think broadly about how do you leverage digital? We've got some really really talented people that are working in the digital realm. And when I when I called JOE FROM FOR MOFFITT IN. Our team includes the entire. It shop Includes Informatics and includes data in here as well as the war to things that people think about digital in terms of you know virtual care and an absence so forth so think about informatics thinking about the opportunity to refine the way that clinicians interact with the electronic medical record. I mean you can have a whole separate broadcasts. I'm a podcast about the electronic medical record the pros and cons and you'll spend more time on the cons by the way and so that's a whole so. Don't just refining right. So you're familiar with his right. I just. We're finding that in Iran finding that interaction and so that you can actually focus on the people Both who are delivering the chairs for the people who are receiving here in receiving those. Those interactions In so there's that piece there's also you know how you leverage data to optimize outcomes whether it's refining your your interaction so you know you have a list of people who potentially could have some kind of intervention. But you're leveraging data big data in this way to say it but it's really this subset of those people who are truly going to benefit can. That's leveraging use use machine learning and in some cases around around that you can do that as well in imaging as well where you actually have a algorithms that are that are looking at your films in supporting the radiologists in optimizing that outcome in you know so. The operations clinical operations. The wins this is interact with the electronic medical record. And then against the way that patients and consumers engage with the system itself whether it's through Piece of portals which I'm not saying by the way so I think I think about the way we engage much more broadly than that you know everyone starts with Dr Google Right. So so what are you doing around that when you're doing an online search what are you doing around our? Seo Sem and all those kinds of concepts as well that entire package right of digital web going from the interactions with a patient and consumers all the way through the clinical operations and operations all the way through to the to the hardcore kind of big data components data. Tighter action is the value that we bring by leveraging digital to improve the ultimately improve outcomes.
Scottish finance secretary quits over alleged messages to teenage boy
"Budget day in the Scottish Parliament about the Scottish Finance Secretary has resigned. Derek MCI has quit his role I was before he was due to deliver his his. Party's budget following a story. Published in Scottish son. Alleging he said inappropriate messages to a sixteen year. Old Boy on Social Media Nicholas Stage in the fast as minister has since given the statement his what she had to say. It didn't Mckay has apologized unreservedly for his conduct and recognized as I do that. It was unacceptable acceptable and falls seriously scandal required for a minister. I can also advised that he has been suspended from both the SNP and parliamentary elementary group pending further investigation. However I also wanted to formally confirm to parliament that the government will proceed as planned with the Scottish budget? This afternoon it will be delivered by the minister. Public Finance Keat Forbes set out our plans sustainably grew out economy support public services and step up action to tackle the the climate emergency
Chloë Sevigny is pregnant with her first child at 45
"Khloe seventy is pregnant with you. Guessed it a human baby. TMZ posted some Paparazzi shots of a visibly pregnant chloe and her boyfriend friend disguise SINISA mce Vic walking down the street. They wrote that. The pair were quote spotted out Monday in NYC showing PDA and looking really excited about their first child together day held hands kissed laughed and Sinisa even rubbed her belly and quote not MCI also wrote that. She's allegedly five months along and that she's forty five years old. which makes her in the middle of a geriatric pregnancy? I
"mci" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"By big banks I okay what you're going to find me I say I'm a do me the I. G. everything's own game big bag on me like a like a move in and got my foot in the door and we still here I'm a first generation millionaires I mean I have been a passionate like the morning just passing through the wall is now widely this package two boys cap on more calling have we need there is a portable healthcare one a well from welfare I saw my Daddy used to MCI goals I my bottoms with three points at a pay also has a but you got to write about it and it says the thanks I will try so the money you lose sight time and money by I wanna make by big I thank you know bye bye big banks I back in June best may backstep that ends slim shady dad and once you go black you'll be back again once said it's crunch time at the moment yes I mentioned now and magic then she can email them but to make these bombs that didn't get back then I lead the pack the my back that yep please back what happened where your but again demonstrate the man down yeah I like that tell us about the band thank they know by thanks I will find so the money loan total money by final W. Monday make one that she's going to buy I think I know bye bye bye I tell me this is a great get it while you the same yeah right me and forty back all I care about is money in the city at all I don't really I'm.
An Interview with Jason Watkins of 'The Crown'
"My next. Guest is a legendary and award winning actor of the big and the small screen. You can currently find him in his fantastic portrayal of Wilson in the crown. Please welcome Jason Walk Ins Jason. So happy to be talking to you today loveless tote you thank you for inviting me on the show. Yeah I mean I'm so blessed to have you on you know I I have to say to you before we get into the real meat and potatoes of your career and life here. I'm starting to believe that. Only great people are born in October. I think this is is true and it does take. It takes a long time for people other months to really understand this. Of course we all know over here in fact we say every day here in the UK said that people born up there by Just blasted more special than in other months. But you know I I don't WanNa put anybody else stateside but it is a truism that we're all gonna come to terms I I. I am an October sixteenth. I know you're in October. So it's twenty yes so it is. Yeah and I also have to say that you know and this is you know I really feel. I feel like my guests that come on from England and Canada. There's an unmatched kindness. Not that that's not to say that my American guests or other guests or not. But I feel like there's a kindness there that it's really unmatched. Yeah I yeah I mean you'd have to ask Yeah I mean yes I think so. I mean nine MCI I mean my wife did say one of the reasons was that I was coined. I'd like to think that it was just meeting of the rest of ovulation of the UK. ORLANDI candidate Yeah I don't know where we tend to be. I don't know I think some think Americans ought to say what they think. And maybe we're a bit more guarded. We think denial but I think Americans are much more direct and I think Brits perhaps a bit more go round the houses a bit and we have have a different way into things but I think I will I I can be myself. I suppose I do. I do try and be kind of kind of this guy's a fairly long way. So yeah that's well said well said you know how how much of your before getting through some of the things I want to get into your. How much of your time during the course of your career have you spent in the states filming or or is it been mostly in England or UK in that area what spicy it must be in the UK in Spain Italy And in France briefly worked in the states downey honey. I've never done any filming face I've done plays in the states. Throw Shakespeare Company Many ago now but I've not taking taking that plunge and you know it would be nice to think that maybe something Kim crop up over there in the next couple of years. Maybe off the back of the crown but I I have a life here and I've lost two children and it's difficult to feel that I can jump on a plane but I am what I really would like to the states. And maybe you know maybe it now is the time but No offensive work. There says made that can happen at some point. It's not like you're when you have. You have unbelievable filmography. You know you have the doctor. Who Franchise James Bond Franchise so? It's not like you're not well known in the states. Just just a matter of time I would say Jayson and especially the right tragic income. Nothing's couple of pilots to come by and the couple might be worked out no works. How cold although wasn't sure about so you know I'm available America? Let's see what we love. You think so much incredible material. I mean we're producing some really good stuff after say in the UK. Just great stuff coming out of the states you know you eat succession for example is great. Show unbelievable those two. They're just fantastic stuff and so we know something like that would be a real adventure. There's no question there's no question and the good thing with forums and platforms like net flicks and Amazon prime. Is We get to see some of that work. That's created in England. Yeah I mean I know you've called ox is well. I think that that's redux available. Yes yeah and that's that's I just think it's just I think it was the launch before it most here but he had some new platforms. I think the IT's incredible. Isn't it how how hungry people often new content and And an author thing was really good. Is there such different worlds. That people being able to view things in different wells different times very unusual stories and I think I think perhaps micheals studios in classrooms realizing the The great the public do want to delve in D.. Talent different different wells and different the way different. People live and socialize. The way they work I and I think that's That's amazing really that the breadth of materialize is expanding as well as the content which I think is crucial capable guy. No Oh that's really well said it and not only that the opportunity for actors is now increased as well so we get to see a lot more accurate. We see more shows more creativity so yeah for for a whole bunch onto reasons. I'm so happy where we live in times that we do. Jason yes Golden Age Television. I think I mean net flicks particular work Investing investing love Monday in the UK. In shepperton studios. I think that you know they've they've purchased some of the sound stages armed Building new swell. So you you know this this It's a good time to act and to work in the industry. Yeah absolutely and you don't feel like you're not the first guest. I've had gone to the Royal Academy the Dramatic Art. I feel and I can't put my finger on who else but I know I've said this name that before. How big a part has that kind kind of making you into this refined actor? Obviously you're always learning but how much of a part to play in your life as an actor I mean without it. Could you be where you are today or was that kind of credit. A lot of into that. I think when you're young I mean I went there on US twenty and I think I was quite to from the suburbs fairly unanimous tickly. Didn't much I'm the I'm GonNa History in the story. So as bits of fresh-faced I and Competitive Country Bumpkin almost nothing. It just introduced lots of different things and different forms Taser and technical staff and also encouraged what I can do. Naturally I think what I did. Well L. Naturally I think he can Hans expanded and inspired me. Perhaps and so I think those things kind of stay with you. I mean I think that was a great. I mean I thank some of the teachers you know there were at a fantastic catch Washington mazing accent dialect teacher and I've been I still thank keep in touch with their. We'll see her into her and remember the kind of Tito whether she she's not age. When you're that young those things sort of stay with you I I mean actually I mean even before I went to Rawda defend his school and and I? I'm kind of a homeless person. The street and I was kind of improvising. Him and describes. It's my friend and he said why don't you just sort of improvised I'll draw you so. I ended up being before when Toronto doing these characters than while I was rod stiff fill characters take Haq's back to implying. he drool me so there was this kind of The memory of doing that was a weird. We stayed with me. I really enjoy character acting building different characters off the people on the street meet and they will kind of go in and also still. I'm still doing that all. These is later nothing rotter it. Kinda rationalized that gave us structure in a place that you can carry forward into your work
World stocks stall as U.S.-China tensions flare again
"I just off an hour into the trading day then and the stock six hundred down by two tenths of one percent the puts one hundred down half a percent the Carol down for ten cents after tax down four tenths of a percent really interesting developments overnight when it comes to the trade tensions between the US and China president trump signing that Hong Kong bill as supportive of the Hong Kong protestors but using very friendly languages of towards the Chinese leadership at that was followed by China putting out a statement threatening retaliation but not deciding what it would actually do and say all of that that's the sort of negative mood music around trade in the possibility of a phase one trade deal the possibility of preventing further terrorist me December until we see a little bit of a deterioration in markets the MCI a specific number two tenths of one percent towards the end of the Asian trading session of course as a European equity markets also on the back foot as a result of that but U. S. features also moving lower we saw the S. and P. has a new all time high very strong takes a coming out on durable goods decent growth states after the U. S. yesterday the beige book looking a little better than the previous months old that meant a strong performance on Wall Street on Wednesday today is Thursday today's thanksgiving of course that means US equity markets are close but US features are open on those indexes suggesting that will be down by around a third of a percent once those markets open up the way to go to we get
"mci" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nelly MCI for Ray Noble's, the very thought of you, as we circle around to another Englishman, having started this road of music with the Beatles when I'm sixty four in the hands of John pitzer rally. And when I grow, too old, to dream Linda Ronstadt, the song book on WNYC. Gershwin torme. Holding hands admit. Starry sky. Nice word. And. Strolling on. Sighing sil-. If you and you try just imagine some waiting at the cottage doll. Where two hearts become one who could ask. Loving one who loves you. And then taking that. As word at if you're. Two two. How? Nice work if you get it. Where we're good. For MAKIN money lives alive is necessarily likewise, the man who works. Hopefully, there's no guarantee that time motor raise his. The only work that livings in joy is the kind that is boy. All in.
"mci" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"She say what you do. If I, I said, I'm do me b I g everything's zoom Dame's big bag on me looking like I'm moving in. Got my foot in the door and we still here. I'm a first generation millionaire book the Carson family having a passionate like after more than just cashing Femi food awards. Now, I lead the packet boys Kappa Kappa, Nick affordable, health care, or going to well, from welfare, I used to MCI does, I might buy array bottoms with the crypto three boys at a pay whole semester. But you gotta right abetted, and it says slow. Money for novelist. Mcstay. She let you. Nope. Deck again best effect may Beck's to 'em. Slim shady, beg once go black, heavy Becca, kin, sits, quench Tom abdomen. Yes. Cut match and maj oven. She's kin. Imagine them. But to make these. Bets them. I leave the pet back to them. Yep. Soclean's beck. What's happening? Again. Young like a sec doubt. Thank. Bye. Title money. Title money. Host. Teke monday. She gonna let you put. Nope. Big boy's neighborhood. Lamar Odom has any new book..
"mci" Discussed on Realty Speak
"Going to have the financial means to continue to invest in their properties, the quality housing stocks go down, and what's going to eventually happen is they're going to sell the buildings in the only people that are going to be able to afford to own operate in manageable in New York City or hedge funds and large private investors. And I can assure you that they are going to have much less interest in keeping and maintaining the property and the integrity and safety of those buildings than many of our building owners who have been in been New Yorkers retire lives. They've only buildings for twenty thirty forty years the average billing owner in our in our organization owns their building for forty years. They they live and breathe these buildings they pass them onto their families. They. Want to maintain these buildings? MCI allows them to do that taking that away will decimate the New York housing stock on island also point at a lot of our of our owners actually live in or have family members that live in these buildings which is also an incentive for them to make sure these buildings are are quality buildings. That are kept properly. The other thing is there's huge misconception about the MCI process. Because anyone that would make a statement is that owners are using this to circumvent the system to try to to evade the rent regulation is really incredible. Because they obviously do not know what the MCI application process is is a very comprehensive process comprehensive application. There has to be affidavits from the professionals who did the work the sign offs from department of buildings for a lot of these items. It is typically an eighteen months to two year process to get through HCR with attendants N D H. HCR scrutinize every piece of paper, there's an appeals process if the losing party wants to appeal there are very strict standards for teeny and MCI it's not that. It's all of a sudden the owner of fills out the piece of paper submits it to h they could raise the rents..
"mci" Discussed on Back To Work
"It's probably in some ways, the absolute nerdy, est. MC MCI, but of the marvel movies those nerdy from a comic standpoint by far arguably, the most approachable like you just go. Okay. There's other these are better people from other universes. That's fine. Let's just do this and repeating it's so great. Well, that's the other thing about this. If you remember I had that concern Merlin's concern was that in streaming. We would lose a lot of fidelity to artifacts. Yeah. There's so much going on. What was your by with how it looked? Yes. I thought so too. And and of course, it's being streamed down in I believe four K. Right. And I I was I thought it looked I remember saying to them I think it might look better on our TV here than it looked when we saw in the movie theater while I was talking to secure about this. It's so frustrating that to me as a consumer that the Miyazaki movies are I think impossible to get legally as a streaming movie like you can find the by bought the Blu Ray studio Ghibli set and have those so, but like we had a sleep over a couple of Fridays ago, and they watch pawn you which I think is such a fun movie. But it's it's like artifacts city. When you see all the little all her little sisters swimming around impossibly like too much water too much movement. And like, we're streaming it over plex, and it was like. Oh, my Blu. Ray Blu Ray by race verse out for delivery today. So I'm looking forward to comparing there. Get to use it on my PlayStation and use my PlayStation controller as a remote fun. We're adults here. Beep, boop shoulder button to cause movie. Dorky? It is really. Well, that's exciting that. So I, you know, this is one that I feel is. So I feel about half the marvel movies is this bashful, and like my daughter, and I loved it. So improbably much that we're waiting until we know mom is very well rested..
"mci" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"You learn from the best how to beat a bist on Sharpe's aren't and when I was in college, and I'm gonna fast forward, we beco- to your question of two patriots Todd law by the Harrison and all those guys of ability system. Would I was in college? I used to. Of a videotape is when VCR's data myself, so to speak, but you know, they had VCR's in this. This is when Diaz Santa's was playing with the falcons, they had tear MCI and all that vacuum early nineties. And I would always videotape. The Atlanta Falcons games because I knew at some point that they were gonna put the video on the and especially when they played the substance, go forty dollars he and rice going at it. So I would take that time to study. I'll go back and rewind rewind. I would be literally in my room like standing in front of television print and play look at it. Chris Paul did. I would try to mimic those stills in my dorm room, so DACA, prepare myself to try to do it in practice. The next day so fast forward and going back to Beth learn from the best as sustainability is. About always changing your game, always a gist. And so you know, I look at out top play. I look at his demeanor. How he talks Rodney how he plays even though I'm not I'm not going to try to be a hitter light. Right. The I'm cover as you know, being too bad cover. Good. You know, all those guys Rodney desisto self in New England. You know, it teaches you to be a better football player for sure really well said that who you'd say before you got into the NFL was primetime Dion Sanders was he the guy that you tried to learn from I guess the most or scout or watch the most. Dion. Rod listen, Eric Allen. You know, anybody that I could school and and videotape. You know, because of course, internet was that all you know, wasn't that hot like it is now you just go Google anybody. But you know, you really had to, you know, the Philadelphia Eagles came on television or Pittsburgh Steelers record record, though, I don't know when it will show rod with of course, rod with a played in a slight to and just a little bit of knowledge. Wail would I got drafted by Carolina. They trap the need and the mold of a rod, listen even wasn't as big as raw was just as skied his ride was just as physical. So they drafted me to play quarter slot and return punts. So this is rod within the for. A pittsburgh. That's why had sex so to speak listened from that nickel position. Do you think do think Dion Sanders ability to tackle was do you think he could too much grief is a lot of people say, oh, you can't tackle? He was great everywhere else. But do you think that was overblown? Definitely all the clone. I'm like, you know, people want you when I say, you people in general to be like them to have their philosophy to have their ideas to have that those. We're all individuals that whatever our strengths are, those our strengths. Now thing would be a these guys, you know, about his covers skills, you know, again, people go on to try to pull something if they can't talk about you, cover steals. They don't try to talk about something negative about. You is how society is society to find something that could make you humid. They don't want. None of us to be super heroes. They want to have the feel the don't actually want us to be superheroes. So that's why they try to find something that you don't do. Well, even though you may do it will they steal with. It's not up to par where we think it should be. But you know, like the earth when it's out him to tackle. He tackle saying thing. I would say the same thing. You know? I'm not looking tackle everybody. If allowed doctor to make that tackle, hey, you know, what go ahead and just be there. Hold about bigger and seven a man if you hit you be glad back attack at you. 'cause I was about a blow you up. I wasn't. Yeah. I mean, I see my best memories. Are what with watching you with my dad, my dad, absolutely adored you as a player, you know, certainly as a person, you know, you were just..
"mci" Discussed on Bernard Bergan
"Here's a question from episode twenty six on moral character and integrity. The question reads. I'm heavy into the podcast, and I'm trying to wrap my brain around. How does one build on their MCI, morals character and integrity? I also don't want to become a leader in my field, and then disappear because my MCI malfunctioned. What do you do when you're MCI malfunctions MCI is the find again as morals character, and integrity and all this episode working to go through each section challenge. Ourselves to see who we can become and make those choices today. No longer putting off everything we know that we already are. Let's start with Bortles. How do you define morals? Take some time. Think about that. How are you just finding morals in your life? Now, here's the standard definition. Morals is defined as a person's standards of behaviour or beliefs concerning. What is what is not acceptable for them to do? Did you know that? Do you still live with morals on the forefront of who you are? And what you get to do. Next question. What is your standards what standards values do you maintain? What are your non-negotiables? What are those things that it doesn't matter? It's non-negotiable. Do you have those written down? I challenge you to write those down and truly allow that to become a part of your guiding principles. Now in my family. We have non-negotiables in my family. We have values in my family morals is a part of who we have chosen to be. Now might challenge is that you don't reinvent the wheel. There are great templates out there. Go look at them. See if they apply if they do utilize it one of the templates that we utilize we got from the army the acronym for leadership LV VR S H I P, loyalty duty respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. We apply that we have their renown and all the walls in our house because we want to approach life with a clear set of values guidelines of standards. That's how we make sure that our moral compass is aligned to who would choose to be what some of the non-negotiables in your life in my life. Some of the non-negotiables are I don't go to bed angry, whatever, it is that I need to address a workout. I stay up until that's taking care of another negotiable is blaming others. I believe in taking full responsibility for everything. Everything in my life. I challenge you to do the same that one thing will shift so much of what you assume is happening to you. And allow you to realize that is happening for you..
"mci" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"He's going to do it. He's reading. Hundred. Here's your I'm like, you should see my notes for Baylor. They're all ridiculous. Yeah. But they do he was wasn't good player. He obviously was that it was a tongue in cheek talking about. But he actually was good for them. They lost the con this is going to be a bit of a down year for Baylor in the sense that it's what do you want you want to call it a rebuilding year? But I I did have this Notat. I'm not sure if you're wearing this the people find this interesting, they have MCI Mason from Yale has transferred to Baylor. He is now eligible, and if you if you know, the name of Mason, you probably know it from DO played Duke and then say tournament, I believe this was in twenty sixteen. I think a couple couple years a few years back. But before they played Duke and the and say tournament, MCI Mason played Baylor. Yes. His new team he dropped thirty one on Baylor and the twelve over five upset, and then Scott, you turned his assistant coach was like you take home team. We have to do whatever it takes to that kid because I will not have that good fellow. You can get me that guy make that happen. So that's what happened MCI Mason. Now. I wonder how I wonder how often that gets brought up in practice that. He's like remember when I guess is there anyone on Baylor that he torched. I wonder I don't know. I didn't I didn't research that's too far. But I mean he did last year in practice, right? Yeah. That's true. Yeah. You've dumps sharply. It's guys. Sure that was horrible. They were like, this is my nightmare. This is the worst thing that ever happened to me. It's like a job. I love this kid. It's like, he's helping RTP. This is all plus territory. So that is the Baylor. Scott, you got any other thoughts on Baylor? I asked you this is full disclosure. I said are we sure Scott you is not on the hot seat and that on the house, and he's not at all not even close they finished eight people two years ago. But they've obviously they've been winning twenty games. If you go through it, you're just like, okay, of course, Khadr is on the hot seat. But that comes back to the point what happened to Baylor being talking point. I think that it's I don't know if you've been paying attention to the news Baylor has been a talking point. Basketball. Baylor has been a talking point for a while. And I think that's precisely the problem, and they have a guy who for all scotches faults..
"mci" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"It makes everything twice as a fact of on the knees. There's this supercenter just like we're mind, body spirit, and and and and so for me, the greatest gift of my life, you know, other than my parents has been to be able to study in grow in this field and he'll myself one of the things that you do at at by reset with patients who need it is you actually use ketamine, which is because you're a license MCI and this is a common hospital drug, but you can use it to help people get over trauma. That's holding them back from their healing and these troubles don't have to be big things. They can be things. We don't know what it is, and we just during this visit here where where filming the show, we actually did some work with ketamine on patients that you did it. I was a witness to help the camera who. We had a really strong visceral reaction to fear of needles and for the first time in her life, she was able to actually get an IV because you were able to use ketamine and aversion of this reset process that comes out of the neuroscience field that for years then and to go through that, okay. Now you're in control and to do the cognitive, reframing along with the visceral stuff in a medical setting using substances. So there's a whole blog post on the bull her website about getting over really deep seated fears that are totally irrational, and the fact that you're able to go there and use ketamine in a medical setting to allow people to then go on and do regenerative therapies that they were blocked from beforehand, I think is is epic an amazing and just a witness that and to be able to capture on film is really cool. So I'm excited to share that information with people listening. That was like one of the high points on my life because interesting, a lot of people come to me have needle phobia and we completely sort. Fixed that, and my experience of it is that ketamine, there's a lot of physiology that I can tell you about, but what it does is it makes you feel very, very safe. And there's a lot of things I could tell you that you'd be like, you know, Matt, Matt, I think that sounds true that you're probably right, but I don't believe it for myself. And when we get someone into ketamine journey and we get them to a point where they feel totally safe and then we reframe their relationship with their trauma. There becomes a portal that is open to them so that when they come out and then the next day or a year later, they remember that they were safe in that moment and then they believe what they the conclusion that they came to and people can profoundly change their relationship to trauma and difficult things that they've been through in in one setting. Then once that's like what we did. Yes. I was like my favorite. Thing I've ever done and that was by the way, are getting big. There was a Selena provide you executive producer and she volunteered to be a Guinea pig with a lot of courage, which is pretty cool. We got a lot of help on that with Dr Barry who did energy medicine. And so it was like really like the culmination of everything that we're trying to do. So it was cool. Yeah. And and if you're a longtime listener, you've heard a couple of SOS with Dr. Barry Morgan who's one of twelve living grandmasters of an ancient form of Chinese energy medicine and UCLA surgeon to boot. So we had a bunch of cool powerful people in the room doing doing some great work. And the idea there is you can do that with neuroscience using these altered states from a neuro feedback, and when you're dealing with specific with medical things and you come in and you have someone who's conscious
"mci" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"And you don't know if he's dreaming oh that's the other movie sorry oh shit exception they said the roussel brother says one upcoming mc mci movie does tie into the infinity war and joe russo tease i think from a plot standpoint if there's any corollary ant man and the wasp probably has some elements that stitch in micro verse that meet maybe what you were talking about anthony and then finally ends with our job with a with anos can you make him what if they what if the the the the person that turns the tide is an just comes in and goes nope banos your small now i stopped on you that make it just like going here and then get big and just boom up from the inside about that that's how that's how we would write it kevin smith get it over with right i can't think of an ending to this expand then he's completely work and but he would never do it yeah the end talking about how they gotta make fantas the preeminent villain and he's got to do some bad things so god damn i cannot get movies and move on here sorry if we over analyze this movie but you can get ruined sorry rugs sorry this is the place where you come and kick out about these things let's move onto to some fox m c you news deadpool two movie was the one you i think it was just a lot of hubbub about nothing it seemed like they are doing research that.
"mci" Discussed on The Nerdist
"I feel there is a i've heard there's like a weird resurgence of it now yeah there's always a someone's is doing it but term but he but here's the deal is it's uh humility is an important part of being at actor of doing art the any artist without humility is is goose going to be doing the same thing over and over again and humility allows you to be open to a new idea um humility allows you to recognize that the people that you're working with our as are equal to you and deserve respect an deserve your attention and your focus um we have a a rule at the actors k of tools in in in particular one is that when someone else's talking give them the focus um and more importantly uh everyone is safe on the stage uh no one presumes a that another actor should be doing anything other than what they're doing so uh it manifests uh in a safety issue really is i don't use the other actor don't grabbed the other actor no touching and not in essence without the other person's knowledge and uh acceptance of the touch so oftentimes people actors get in this like cocoons of like a self um i need to take care of myself i need to take care of what i needed in seen i i i need this and i need this and i i want everyone to call me by my character name and i don't want anyone and mci contact with me and i i i need.
"mci" Discussed on AppStories
"Just a couple of weeks ago a show about our ideally mci client why were so annoyed with apple mail and white so behind in terms of modern features but there's one feature that i love actually to one of them is the clean design always said it's too bad the mail is so behind because it's a it's clean it's got a default luke that i like and it's fluid i like using male just from a promise crawling in swiping looking point of view the second feature that i like is the dragon drop integration on the iphone would i s eleven something that undoing a lot lately is when a go through my email so this is a bigger topic the will talk about a heaven meal time tracking set up i'm trying to be more disciplined about where i allocate my time and so every couple of days i have to do that says go through your email so when i go through my email i put male on the left and things on the right and with dragon drop what i do is i can pick up a messaging male and i can drop it into my task manager i can assign it a due date or a tagore movie to a project but what i love is that things speaks up the subject line of the email and he puts in the note field an a male emoji and a link back to the original message so that i can archive the message from my inbox but i retain the ability to open that message even if it's in the archive but few days later so we know if i save a reminder for something important then i can when i market us complete i and i want to reply to that person i can tap on the lincoln i go back to the regional message and this will be to have mail and things or really any other task manager that supports this feature i think he can also do the same way to do east it's awesome because it's this kind of set up that makes messages more actionable in a way that with us eleven.
"mci" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Yeah i remember when we when we met all of them he he had the most to say out of ever ever want like when we're we're on the track suits he's like where did you get these i'll uh i'll i'll let the office now i wanna be a sponsor i want to take time uh i just want you to why guy again be also on his instagram uh that's it just that's the that's it than i then i threw myself into the the gulf and then all of a sudden like cut to a few months from now it's you tunnel hashi in mci's sitting on the front steps of the discord house allies you in his thing donnas he's doing his thing and there's is van from them at all smilin' at ease both hands up during the during the yanni on on like you you did matt who's your favorite wrestler mr wrestling johnny gargano yup however harrell of a fucking performance if he gets that cell dialed in is going to have you for life i mean it was it was just the only negative i could possibly muster up on it yeah but i mean no complaints nothing but praise for the i really like that show but uh that match was um one of those fucking matches yeah and you know new japan annexed team royal rumble all of it that was the best match of the weekend for me you know foreign aware the hard to argue that oh but you're going to try that oh you're going to travel another you're going to pull at classic brian alvarez well i hate to be that guy but i'm going to be that guy maya that's i am yes it's a gimmick.
"mci" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
"Everybody sky mci mci no molly no molly means no make me smart carr's actually schuyler jettas that's what's going on she can't talk and we figured rather than have hurts out like this we were just not do something today but we are coming back this week at some point when she's better hopefully like tomorrow we're going getting it back into the discussion we started last week about the health of our particular brand of freemarket capitalism and whether maybe we need to do a little i don't know i guess tinkering under the hood you know moral capitalism is frazier you're a lot um that's mali's favorite i thank you and and interestingly that's kind of what's going on in our political environment right now right because what we are doing is lifting up the hood on this economy with tinkering with healthcare seventeen point eight percent of the american economy and the tax plan which is everybody share of this economy uh and then all the other things that uh president trump and the republican congress have in mind to do once they actually get doing something so we are going to talk about that when my comes back believe me when i tell you she would rather be here than where she is right now um but yesterday or maybe two days ago before she lost her voice jerry conversation with a guy named filled color he has study and under three count them three nobel prizewinning economist and he has been watching how people and companies behave in this economy for more than sixty years here is just a little piece of what he has to say the working class today in america.
"mci" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"What's mci favors mitch mitch call oh okay he was in a movie oh yeah you know we of same everyone knows very your dr likely did it a delighted the younger vert everyone remembers this move hey was julius dow's yet hamburg yeah he'll julius thousand were of just like being in the white woman black these dated yeah it was we here what was she only one it was a weird for a cup for a minute for the early two thousand which says those two right yeah but it was back to back it was back to back it was back to bat where'd you lisa it is he doing theaters the born identity movies yes boren movies yeah i think she finally daido spoiler alert oh in our our first of how you said that up i was like wh you said i uh i think slave fight allied wherever like no i as if you've been waiting friday either of you say to last rounds push pushing that one absurd but them mitch gets arrested um so we go right he gets arrested am cameron are no one here we haven't camera we ever seen in the area we haven't even seen cameras cameras met like the news goes to jail with him is it is a jess hero o kevin early also is oh he goes on his own away before mitch gets arrested oh yeah what's his name the boyfriend gets arrested outside of the house the boyfriend get the rest of first yeah he was arrested first black hist s whole separate thing now so separate thing.
"mci" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"mci" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
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