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"mago" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"mago" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"mago" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Interview With Candace Queen
"I'm talking with candace Queen, a multidisciplinary designer and the creator of Tabernacle Studio in Beaumont Texas. Let's start the show. Right. So tell us who you are what you do. Hi, my name's candace Queen and I'm a multidisciplinary visual creative, Amran, a creative studio in Beaumont Texas called. Tabernacle. And I've worked to use design and creativity to build equity and black communities in under service communities as well. Now, one thing I've been asking everyone over the past few months as I've been recording the show is. How are you holding up during this pandemic? I'm actually really thriving initially, I would say, I was very afraid, just personal level. I have several health issues and so knowing how all the different things that were coming about with Covid, and then of course, on the business side, I, initially focused on events when I started my studio and so having all the Vance Gate canceled. It really just put me in a a minor state of panic state of panic. Myself, and once I got over that Hump in really started like absorbing all itchy last conversations with influencers in an people, I really respected and admired. It really served as a source of motivation, and then going from there started to strategize how would I come out on the other side of this a whole lot stronger in. So I'm really comfortable and proud of the pivot that I'm making right now. I'm really thankful for the extra time. I've been able to spend with my family whether. You know zoom cost because right now, the only person could actually see me a person as my sister. It's taken a turn that I didn't know unneeded. It's. Helped me in a long run? That's really good. That's good to hear that you've been kind of thriving during the time I know that I think a lot of people were really kind of panicked at first because we didn't know. How? Serious this was going to be you know things were getting locked down and different states have different levels of kind of government, some sort of government. Mandate about whether. You should stay shelter in place or anything like that. But I can see especially like for entrepreneurs, and like you said, you were initially focusing on events like kind of that. The best time of the events during a time where we're not supposed to be getting together. So it's good that you are able to make that pivot. Yeah. In Texas. So it is definitely a challenge because we tended, we tend to be the more lax in terms of addressing everything in neuro. It's starting to catch up with US holistically, but thankfully. Hermit creative lands alive is virtual. So that's been a big help and I'm also thankful that actually made a move to a small town before all this happened because it's actually made it a bit easier to navigate to think in Chicago before I. Think I've been stuck in Chicago Far Away from my family by myself, it would have been a whole nother story. Yeah I'm in Georgia right now, and certainly I, know about the lax treatment I, think we had maybe about maybe three three and a half weeks of shelter in place in like now, they've lay reopened things at the end of April and now, of course, cases of already kind of steadily been going up but. Yeah I. Know What you mean with that. What made you decide to strike out on your own and start Tabernacle. So, when I initially came to the AD industry wasn't magma plan, it wasn't. You know something strategically it out to do I became interested in designing and just exploring creativity like way back in my space aids and I grew up in oil and gas town. So that was the expectation was egos engineering medicine legal or maybe a teacher, but never you know was encouraged to pursue anything creative indefinitely, not advertising. I also grew up in a very conservative tenneco hostile household. So we actually didn't have a TV. See commercials unless I was like at a family member's house celebrity didn't know anything about advertising. But once I got to college I realize medical elective in advertising and I realized I really want to pursue that and as I begin studied I, didn't see many black people and our curriculums, and so I started to research a lot Abou-. You know historical black figures advertising one person who really inspired. Inspired, me was Carolyn Jones and she started several agencies on her own in from there Mago became GonNa, get an advertising, get jobs agency, learn the ropes, and then create my own,
The best male and female MMA fighters of the decade
"Recapping the top hopton fighters of the decade so slowly. We have been working our way from number ten to number one number ten. Was Max Holloway number nine nine Josie Aldo number eight Habib. Her Mago made off number seven. Ronda Rousey in our most recent was a man of Nunez. She's The a number six fighter of the decade and think about it goes Amana Nunez. UC featherweight and Bantamweight Champ Twelve and one in the AFC five five title defences. She's number six. The beasts that are waiting for us from five to one rate is female fighter of all time the goat not arguably the go which we say for a lot of the male fighters. Yeah Yeah we got hurt six rousing who broke all all kinds of records. She had five or six title defences and she was waxing. Girls like in less than one minute. Habib never lost Almost thirty fights. He's number eight Josie Aldo an amazing fighter. He's nine Holloway. Beat although twice ten man. I can't wait to see what comes up from five to one and again we're working our way to number one as we close out this decade so keep an eye on that and again shout out to the riders videography. I gotta give those guys love. They're the ones that make everybody. Look good the editors the ones that look over all of this work Keep an eye on video franchises. This is the spinning back. Click every Monday. We tape it on. Its put out just hours after that possibly on Tuesday excuse me the rankings report for we put that out every week as well The off guard series as well. And then we're GONNA have a treat for you guys as well we're gonNA discuss these Top opt-in fighters decade. We'll be doing some of that taping as well. So that they'll be some discussion. That goes along with each individual isolated isolated story with video highlights. We've been producing here in this past week. So check that out.
"mago" Discussed on No Jumper
"Let's be real honest. You WanNa go full throttle. You GotTa Be Agenda Ronan North Carolina Jersey you gotta be fighting with a girl in the yard that robs the fucking Honda civic do when I was growing up black black guys in my area they only dating white girls at our of Honda Civics member that really Mago Honda Civic and so you'll worry gang one hundred six pretty much up until the moment that the business things started work. Yes they're great cars and they're great cars but once you get we used to driving a nicer color. I can be really hard to go back to the civic because sometimes like my car. Insurance was fucked up or some shit so I had to drive her car of the palm springs and men. I nothing feels like a chintzy little piece of shit after you're used to drive a nice B._M._w.. Yeah Yeah I could imagine that yeah some of that yeah. That's another. It's just scary like once you commit yourself to the comfort comfort of being more than just a human you know like that's the things that kind of makes me think about but then I worry about everything sometime. So what do you drive right. How Tuber November for four months or SPEC did you have a car before that Dude Uber N- for that long as you go to find out if you're fucking straight serial killer you could kill somebody you sit behind somebody do their neck is right there but you don't kill the drive? They're going to look at the Uber drivers records. They're going to say oh it was this guy in order the rubber but you didn't win. Kill did and I'll sit right behind him. Sometimes even if it's nighttime right easy wow just to sit directly behind their seat in England pretty much as soon as we got in the Uber we were driving to the hotel and the Uber drivers like Indian Leonard Pakistani or some Shit and some plug and do like he honked at another car and then some drunk as white..
Boris Johnson Is Summoned to Court Over Brexit Claims
"Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will face court questions about Brexit claims district judge Mago Cohen says Boris Johnson will answer questions about his possible misconduct in public office. When he claimed Britain contributed full hundred forty two. Million dollars to the European Union each week. Britain's statistics regulator said Johnston's claim about that Voss was misleading and a gross misuse of officials cystic Johnson was a key figure in the leaf campaign advocating a break with the EU the case comes as an Oakland time for the full moon foreign secretary who intends to stand to become prime minister following Theresa May's resignation of
Trump holds rally in Green Bay, skips White House Correspondents' dinner
"Hour for third year in a row. President Trump's skips. The White House correspondents dinner in DC. And instead speaks two thousands of supporters in Green Bay Wisconsin at a huge Mago rally one topic discussed what to do with all the illegal aliens who argue at our country, we're sending many of them to sanctuary cities. Thank you. Also, speaking to the crowd press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who was mocked at last year's correspondents dinner. Slightly different event. Not quite the mess. Welcome. So this is an
"mago" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I fucking Mago do Google research for, but I'm also not a fighter being tested by vodka or Sida and in this case vodka. So it's like why? You know, why do that and put yourself in that in in that situation, especially with something giving cancerous properties that was never. There was never any human testing on might like they only tested this shit on rats that right? Did like I'm saying like you. And this is why say big baby didn't know what he was taking he fucks with a lot of bodybuilders. You see that on his stories? Somebody was just like bre, this should should a, you know, you lean out with this. Because it helps you burn fat helps you build muscle gives you muscle, endurance. All a quick Google. Search will show you this this. What's it called GW? Let me get the right terminology would as GW fifteen sixteen. But that. You know that it has ban not excuse me. That's it as discontinue and has been discontinued for some time. Going here and say he is some better. What about that? Anyway, moving on didn't why as clear that he will be willing to jump in and fight at Josh. Well, Jill in New York has ruled out Because of failed. his failed test for smoker is easy to.
"mago" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I think it really helps for them to visualize the impact of the different investments so often along with a risk scale. We might want to look at something like a pie chart depending on how visual somebody as what percentage of that. Overall pie are say, the large cap stocks, for example, and the weird is that piece of pie fall in that whole risk scale spectrum that John was just talking about. So seeing all of your assets together categorize like that it's probably going to show you a different story than what you even thought. Those quarterly statements for showing you right? Well, that's often the case when you add it all up, you might find you have a lot more large cap stocks or high yield bonds than you originally even thought because you happen to have similar holdings in two or three different accounts. Like John just spoke about or because a portion of the market has enjoyed steady returns over the past couple of years, and you kind of bumped up. Your investment accordingly. I think it's also important to know in our particular situation being an independent for we have the ability to go out and seek a lot of good places to get good data from we literally joke around here that we have a closet full of items or software or ways to run reports for people to show them how to really look at their portfolios. We have tremendous risk analytic software that helps you actually literally put your risk number two and number. Meaning, you know, exactly how much risk you're willing to take in your retirement picture. The tool allows us to look at your current portfolio and see if those numbers come close at all or maybe you're completely out of place. So I think that's a great way to assess the portfolio assets and really helps you start looking at how you can kind of really have true diversification. And whether their stocks or bonds, their you've got a coffee can full cash or some real estate, whatever it may be when it comes to your retirement assets, and maximizing them to provide you with the income you need for as long as you need it. You don't. Don't know what you don't know what you do need to make sure that you go out there and find as an objective viewpoint from someone who does day someone who specializes in designing retirement income strategies and someone that can provide you with a well thought out strategy with that end goal of maximizing your retirement income. You know, I think it's also important to understand when you're looking for someone it's really looking for a team. It's not just one person. But is the person or group that you're working with really a teen where they have a bunch of professionals that are doing the right thing in their different positions. And I think sometimes finding a firm that can help set you apart from other retirement planning processes is when you kind of have a firm that access a quarterback, but they have good places to outsource like we've talked about where we have legal folks that we work with here in town, and we have accounting people. And of course, we have the health insurance stuff right here in our office. And and we have investment options inside of hearing that you have a team of people working together to make sure that you have the best for your retire. Chairment plans. You're listening to retirement evolve with John Mago and Karen damn shin. And if you.
"mago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Go to Mago in Newton Massachusetts. I've a lawyer in Nick, Massachusetts. But I have a lawyer all over the place in America. Now that Margot great to have you with us. Mark. International Women's Day. I want to thank you for this terrific book that I'm reading that you wrote call lights out, and there's a particular part here that fits right into International Women's Day. The real women's issue. The war on terror. Real women's issue as on L an MP from one of the more progressive Muslim nations. Great put it nixing proposal to give broad the right to vote. In the holy Koran. That men are better than women. Why can't we settle for that? Do you want me to go on about the Associated Press or not? I'm very familiar with that that that that passage and and actually it's worth, you know, what one of the great evils. I think we're seeing in America today, for example, is the way white liberal, western feminists. Do not stand with reforming women in the Muslim world. They stand with the most repressive women, and they stand essentially on the side of groups who think women should be covered that they should always be that they should be covered basically because their menfolk decide they should be covered Margo. And you know, you can have arguments about whether we should be running around Afghanistan doing nothing after whatever it is now eighteen years. But when we went in there initially, and we toppled the Taliban in the first few weeks for the first time in years. It was legal for women to feel sunlight on their face women were not permitted to go outside the house except in the full Baca. So for the first time, and and just think about that. What is that? Why why would liberal progressive women the women who stand with the world Ilan Omar wants to usher in? Why should they why is that something that liberal progressive women want to defend that it be illegal for a woman to feel some light on her face? That's the side. And and essentially these women are arguing for two tests sisterhood whereby if you're Elizabeth Warren or your Kamala, Harris or whoever Alexandria Casio Cortez. You get to live life to your full potential. Whereas if you're another kind of woman, you basically have a life that begins with female genital new. Elation? And there if you're lucky it doesn't end with an honor killing being tossed off a balcony because you were seeing talking to some guy who wasn't your cousin and inbetween you get to you go outside except in a body bag, why American feminists making common Kohl's with that Mago. I I have no idea why they think that's something that is liberal and progressive. You're absolutely right. I'm so glad you're bringing this up in that you're talking about it. Well, thank thank you for reading, my book Margo, I wrote it's about Islam free lights out Islam, free speech and the twilight of the west, and he's actually about what we see with the democratic women in congress right now. So it's a timely book because it's basically about, you know, the the feminists complained about Bush liberating the women in Afghanistan in two thousand and one and they said, well, you know, it's still not perfect. You know, they don't have take your daughter to work day said, you know, they have take your child bride to a day or whatever it is. They've got differences. But the fact of the fact of the matter is that western progressive women are making come and we see this in the inability the idea that somehow. That somehow women who are forced to go covered by the men are somehow exercising some kind of freedom of choice. No, it's women selling out there sisters. It's the two sisterhood. If your if if if you're Alexandra Casio Cortez, if you're Nancy Pelosi, you get a woman's right to choose in every aspect of your life. And if you're another kind of woman, you get to choose nothing, why are liberal progressives. Helping ushering why are they why are they erecting this to sisterhood? Mark stein. Open line Friday labs. More your coal still to come. You're listening to the e I b network..
"mago" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Com. Hi there. Welcome back. You're listening to retirement evolved with John Mago. I'm Lou am former at John and his team at retirement of allusions know that one of the most important things you can do for yourself and for your family is to plan your retirement. And that's why John does this show every single weekend? He wants to help you see with clarity where you're headed on your pathway to retirement. Hopefully by now, our idea of retiree a little bit sooner seems a little more attainable. To those of you who have been listening today. John you've already offered quite a few proactive steps for us to consider taking to make an earlier retirement feasible. Can you continue making us feel even more confident that retiring early is a very real possibility? Oh, sure, I mean, at least I hope so this one has to do with how you handle your investment assets. The next step is positioned the assets, you have in your investment portfolio stocks bonds and the like for greater growth, you know, growth potential is important inside. Just about any investment portfolio. If the goal is to retire sooner you probably want the value of your investments to grow faster in advanced of retirement doing so man tale taking a more aggressive stance in how you allocate the investment assets inside and outside your retirement plan. Now, I'm not suggesting some sort of all in gamble style. But rather a well measured. Well, thought out strategy that positions you to capture additional growth inside your portfolio. It's a risk reward proposition. Right. Yeah. And risk reward is a big one. And it's important not to expose the assets you've year marked for retirement to an inappropriate amount of risk. You want to find the right balance between risk and reward to position yourself for an earlier retirement, you may adjust that balance somewhat to make short-term growth more of a priority. This is a delicate balance mind you so I recommend getting guidance from somebody with the X. Petits and helping pre retirees with their investment allocations. What's the appropriate balance for you? Well, that's a highly individual determination that I suggest you make with the help of a financial professional during the last commercial break land..
"mago" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Carol hills. And you're with the world where a co production of the BBC World Service PRI and w GBH in Boston on this Thanksgiving Day. We'd like to play with story that we first aired this past summer, the world's Patrick Cox is our reporter. Hey, carol. He Patrick let me stop by playing. You something. So as you can hear I was in London. I was with my daughter, and we would doing the usual London stuff going to touristy places along the way, we would testing L this amp it's cooled over there. Over there. So what does it do is coming like, a speaking GPS, speaking, Google maps, and it's designed for blind people to orient themselves. So you point your phone in any direction and the app just thoughts listing of places. Elsie football stadium. Two hundred feet. Chelsea I get the your favorite soccer team and this app called over. There tells you the places that are tagged on digital maps. And it's reading them out loud to you. That's right. And there's all kinds of nuances that further help to orient. You like the tag play sounds clear when you point directly at it. But it's a little more staticky. If you've you're away from it a bit is one of the many ways in which digital designers trying to keep blind people abreast of technological advancement. And his the interesting thing you can use this app. Even if you have absolutely no literacy in braille because of course, the app is speaking to you, right? So so braille you mentioned it is the writing system for the blind. But this all begs the question how much do blind people actually need braille these days. Yeah. I had the same question. And I knew if I wanted to get a handle on whether or not braille. Es vital today. And and how vital it may be in the future. I needed to know how it came into being co does he if that young Frenchman? Louis braille how it came into being in the first place. It has that embossed on signs on paper. Cute dots. We're going to draw them on the board there Stutz. This is Sheri wells Johnson. And she's doing her impression of how not to. Teach braille and its history. Sheri's a linguistics professor at bowling green state university in Ohio and blind. Braille rita's they have to put up with a lot of bad. Braille history usually told by cited people what about before the waltz though before there. Was braille pretty much planned people weren't going to school at all the idea of literacy, just wasn't even it wasn't even on the radar. The only thing that blind people could breed were things that other people wrote for them. So they had note taking no journaling. No, recording your great thoughts. So literally if you wanted to. Right. Something back. He would have to get a sighted person to write it down for you. Right. You'd have to get them to be the scribe, and after they'd written it, then they would have to decide to go ahead and emboss that for you. So writing anything down for yourself was probably a two or three step process. So Louis broil was born in eighteen oh nine he was actually incited and then became blinded in an accident in his early childhood. He went to a school for the blind in Paris. And that is where he learned his ABC's with the help of those clunky embossed leads. So what was it about him? That made him reject his lot in life and seek something more figuring this question out, isn't that straightforward? It's really hard to find sort of realistic biography of Louis braille because you know, you read some of these biographies he's just descended from angels. Knee was this this amazing special Senate? Oh, a lot of my really awfully sappy. So it's hard to get a handle on who the fellow was really..
"mago" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"Want to get you to quit working with you arms your backs, your hands, your brain, unless you really want to. We want to give you the option to have the choice to do whatever you want to build true financial independence. You do that by not getting financial ripped off is one of those things. Pay attention to what you're doing with your money, make sure you being efficient with it. And a lot of you probably listening, especially when I was talking about complicated financial products like wait a minute. Is that me? Am I falling victim to this? You probably wondering. I wish I could have a second opinion somebody look at my situation and your or others of your listeners that was great, free advice. I can't believe that give this away for free and it's true. We do give you all this free information. And the only thing we ask is that if you like what we're sharing, you get to that point of success that you'd like to get a second opinion or get somebody to look over your shoulder until you. If you're doing a good job, come check us out. That's all. If you wanna repay us, come check us out and check us out at either money dot com abound wealthed dot com. We have contact us pages love to hear from you because guys, this started out as a passion project where I was just trying to fill a void of people who weren't getting good objective advice Mago was giving away. Let you come back after you've been successful. I also want to mention thank you for everybody who's hanging in. On the live streaming. We're about to do the QNA we're about to give away some tumblers, Hugh and as about to be like, I'm looking through some of these one. We have tons of questions we're going to. We're going to cap this, but they are really, really good when. So if you're out there listening and you're not part of the livestream this q. and a. is going to be incredible.
"mago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN. App I'm Jim bask will in his first UFC fight since November. Twenty sixteen Conor McGregor will take on the, undefeated lightweight champion Abib Noor Mago made off its UFC two Twenty-nine made event in Las, Vegas October six aerial Halawani on sportscenter with Randy. Scott what was your reaction to the fact that he's going right at the lightweight? Champ this was the fight to. Make they had to make this. Fight in my, opinion this is the biggest fight in UFC. History and by the way it's Habib Noor Mago made off and if you don't know, him you will know by the time October six rolls around he, is in my, opinion the most dominant force in the history of the sport twenty-six He, doesn't just beat his opponents he malls them. He's like bear in fact when he was a kid Houston train with bears in Dagestan, he's the lightweight champion of the UFC and Conor was once the, lightweight champion UFC, now he's coming back twenty three months after his last fight I was told the. Fight got done at around four pm eastern time it's going. To be massive and it's a jolt for the company they. Needed him back. He's the biggest. Star in, the sport and it's good, to have him back more from. The diamonds with the as getting a late walk off here's the Pistola Riano soi. Got hit the right center field Kosta Janos back in the In his first major league first major league hit Tigers.
"mago" Discussed on WEEI
"App I'm Jim basketball in his first UFC fight since November of. Twenty sixteen Conor McGregor will take on the, undefeated lightweight champion Abib Noor Mago made off its UFC two twenty made event in Las, Vegas October six Ariola Wani on sportscenter with Randy. Scott what was your reaction to the fact that he's going right at the lightweight champ, guys this was the fight to. Make they had to make this. Fight in my, opinion this is the biggest fight in history and by the way it's Habib Noor Mago made off and if you don't know, him you will know by the time October six rolls around he, is in my, opinion the most dominant force in the history of the sport twenty six He doesn't just beat his. Opponents he malls them he's like a bear, in fact when he was a kid he used to train with bears in Dagestan he's, the lightweight champion of the UFC and Conor was. Once the lightweight champion you've seen now he's coming back twenty three months after his last, fight I was told the fight. Got done at around four pm. Eastern time it's, going to be massive and it's a jolt for the company they needed him back he's the biggest star in the sport and, it's good to have back more from the diamonds with the as, getting a late, walk-off here's the Pistola Riano soi got hit the right center field Back in the In his first, major league game first major league hit Outlasted the Tigers the.
"mago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Radio and the ESPN. App I'm Jim basketball in his first UFC fight since November of. Twenty sixteen Conor McGregor will take on the, undefeated lightweight champion Abib Noor Mago made off its UFC two twenty nine made event in Las, Vegas October six aerial how Lonnie on sportscenter with Randy. Scott what was your reaction to the fact that he's going right at the lightweight champ, guys this was the fight to. Me they had to make this. Fight in my, opinion this is the biggest fight in UFC. History and by the way it's Habib Noor Mago made off and if you don't know, him you will know by the time October six rolls around he, is in my, opinion the most dominant force in the history of the sport twenty six He doesn't just beat. His opponents he, malls them he's like a bear in fact. When he was a kid he used to train with bears in Dagestan he's the lightweight, champion of the UFC and Conor was once the light hampered you've, seen now he's, coming back twenty three months after his last year of c fight I was told the fight. Got done at around four pm. Eastern time it's, gonna be massive and. It's a, jolt for the company they needed him back he's the biggest star in. The sport and it's good to have back more from the diamonds with the as getting. A late walk-off here's the Pistola Riano soi got hit the right center field Back in the The kid In his first major, league game I major league To the Tigers again the bottom of the thirteenth.
"mago" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"It's great to have you and you know we've chatted before over lunch and i've known you for a really long time i was actually in prep for this podcast trying to find some of the oldest conversations i remember citing you and some of our papers and presentations almost a decade ago which is crazy out time flies but for for those who aren't familiar maybe take us back a little bit i you know i don't actually know the origin stories of of how one goes in and starts with the interest or even the idea of building a massive financial database maybe maybe walk us through that process on how how you got to where you are today i have a p and or a number of years was seeking both finance and economics became a broker at the weather and when i was ill that mago was to help my customers it a higher rate of return so i think the best way to do that was to understand how the markets had the age in the past in order to you know help believe it's how they would do the future so i started to date just the basic indices they were out there to get as long history as possible and and once i did that i started seriously what i had collected with other people and you have to remember that this for twenty five years ago when the all the digital data that is available today simply was not available anywhere and so the people who are so the data to were really fascinated by it they wanted to get access to it so that's how the idea of the other as asks historical financial database famer foul and so after collecting the data for several years i put the data up on the internet offering it to anyone who wanted to subscribe to it and i got lots of people who want inside to it and so i just then proceeded to expand the databases such as possible now back then you had libraries with books in and i wouldn't go to all the libraries and get the books and xerox the pages and bring back staff and stacks and stacks of pages in convert we laid on the pages intellectual honest format so that our customers to collect the data and so one thing just led to another and i've been collecting data ever since then and still continue to add to the database every super that point was the timing when you said okay you know maybe this is actually you know the the root of a functioning business was there a moment when you said hey i i getting all these inquiries i'm eventually going to launch this as a sort of for profit enterprise was there a year was there up singular moment came to mind no it was fairly greg wrote i mean initially i would put the date on three and a half inch floppies and cd rom and bail them out then eventually we went online and and made available so you could download it directly but yeah i started cutting back on my classes and then it just being a full time job so there was no like this is it going but i think after doing it for a couple of years i begin to realize that this was going to be the main focus of my life rather than teaching that out that's awesome in it you know it's funny how often i see y'all cited some of the top head shawn's in writers in the world will often cite your research we we had a fairly humorous beginning i think i told you this when we had lunch many years ago but the way that i originally came across gfd and had access was through my friend's wife who was a stanford graduate business school student and then many of the business schools i think had had access to some of these databases but yours was really the only one that had so many of these total return series in an as a quant and has a young kwon one of the biggest problems was always getting access to quality data and there are so many just junkie sources out there but if you really wanted to test ideas on asset class in sub asa classes everything else yours is really big compliment one of the best sites and then since then we've been subscriber for a decade so if you think about this database it's part engineering and in simple kind.
"mago" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"Any business give them perhaps some credit there that's yeah well i appreciate it hope that's why they pulled out and again i wasn't sure i've heard different things starbucks was operating in israel they had six stores as recently as twenty sixteen thousand fourteen around that time and they pull them all out and at least one progressive website attributed to pull out to pressure on israel from the boycott divest sanction movement i'm just saying that that's what at least one website is saying and others are speculating that as well triple eight nine seven one s eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three let's go to is it your here in dallas texas your ear hi i just i was gonna actually up at the same reason judy just called i grew up in israel until was twenty two and i also when you said that about them closing because of the whatever to purchase the apartheid right i'm sure that the progressive movement and the liberal organization are taking advantage of it and saying that's what happened but the truth is that starbucks plan to open a hundred branches within five years and they sailed and the people bought them to open those matches they couldn't even sell it back to starbucks and israel it was just a lot of good coffee and starbucks are expensive and not good so that's why they failed thank you thank you very much for that again i know nothing about coffee don't drink it and if anybody else wants to speculate as to why is recalling all closed on his starbucks outlets i love to know one of my friends is adamant that israel did it because of pressure i'm larry elder mago mago good thanks larry elder all true all devastating eleven seventy the answer.
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