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"mccormack" Discussed on Love That Lasts Podcast
"Are maybe in a season of what am i doing. Maybe you're a young mom. Maybe you have all these dreams. Maybe you are working fulltime in your desire to be young arrestee home. You're longing for kids. I mean we're all people all over the board bachelor this whole idea of purpose and calling. Here's what i believe from the scriptures wherever you're coming from what your knowledge is of the scripture we are all created worshipers we are all worshiping. Something are natural is to poor affection and love and to something somewhere. We don't have the capacity to do that to everything. We need to have a knowledge of where we're supposed to be pouring that love and affection to jesus. I i know for me when it goes to my husband or my children or my dreams that becomes an idol something. I am wearing my affection. I'm looking for those cities to fulfill me. Which they never will spoiler never ever ever will be. And i've been looking to those things to fulfill me unless so anti even though i have the most wonderful family and has been in france in community so were born worshippers with a purpose. We have a purpose to reflect. God's image to the world so people like myself you whoever we have a purpose regardless of believe that or not if there is breath in our lungs are curtis is to reflect the image. We are made in. Which is god. Jesus christ king of kings creator of the world to others so in my different seasons or in our seasons. Okay who is the primary resource right now. Who i am reflecting to for me when i first got in college or young years like really feeling like finding my own identity and purpose and calling. That was through leading worship through leading small groups through disabling young women than it was college ministry. I love doing college ministry reflecting god through young two young people then it was youth group. We were youth pastors for a season. So that was then..
"mccormack" Discussed on Love That Lasts Podcast
"And i didn't fit that bill and so then i held my own strengths and gifts in my personality to not Maybe out of fear of making other people feel insecure. Which if you'll notice as i'm saying i'll be it's still all about me which cried thinking so much about myself. Thinking are they thinking. I'm too much. Do they feel insecure. Because i'm really excited. Am i making veteran minutes. It's so much it's just this warped mind set of thinking too much about myself and worrying too much about what other people think of my personality and then looking at it kind of stepping back and thinking. okay. I haven't created myself sway. I didn't just wake up at age. Three and really bubbly excited about things right. The app just new way. That i look at my kids and i see my daughter. Who's very much i was. She's just been outweigh as sharon. How god is our parent. I think at her of her and think oh daughter do not minimize this like you are such a gift to the circles that you go to to the people you are with and she draws people out who are more reserved and she brings people together and as a gatherer and. That's such a gift. The same way that i see other people who like my one of my kids who his personality is more reserved and he makes he brings peace wherever he goes nice his personality he puts people at ease. You can just sit with them and be silent and like this is awesome. I was that person. It'd be awkward. Why beauty of personality. Ethnic god's using my kids to really see these differences are so fantastic and so needed some. Don't shy away from who your created to be and not everyone will like you and that's okay really having to find peace with that Is a wrestle in another itself. Yes so good. I think it's so cool. That lord gives us children for ask to see their personalities and to see the gift that they are. Because i think as we grow older sometimes we just like you said we can see them see our personalities as hindrances or i wish i.
Many Americans traveling despite warnins from The CDC
"All but non essential travel. After a year the pandemic we are eager to get away. Obviously, your CBS is candy McCormack with more We decided that we needed to go on a family vacation. Take her kids to see the ocean Despite pleas from top health officials, Americans are on the move. This woman at the airport in ST Louis, My family has all been vaccinated as well as the family that I was visiting, so we felt it was finally okay on the lower age of vaccine. Ineligibility could have more Americans traveling some tourist destinations like Estes Park in Colorado are worried. We do see an awful lot of cars coming up here with Texas and Louisiana and Kansas license plates. And a lot of people walking around town without masks on nationwide covert cases jumped 10% over the last week.
"mccormack" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It was David McCormack doing a much better job defending the ball screen and not allowing Tanner groves to get open around the perimeter. Perry Keys. The inbound throws it away, but Brown. Oh, wow. They're gonna call the trip. You're gonna call a trip on Jacob Groves. Brown caught the inbound pass as an interception. It looked like he lost his footing and might have traveled but apparently was tripped by Jacob Grow it honestly, look, I'm gonna take a look at the monitor it It really just looked as if Jacob Groves pulled the chair it and wasn't behind him as he initially Woz and Brown just fell to the floor. Now he did get rid of the ball before he would have traveled. It's still a tough call for Eastern Washington. Eastern Washington is over the limit. So Christian Brown, a 79% shooter goes to the line to shoot the one on one. First one on the way and it's good. That foul on groves, by the way, was his fourth and right now they're going all in. They're gonna keep him on the floor, playing with four fouls and 5 38 to go. Kansas with their largest lead of the game up by eight round. Try to stretch it shot is up. It's good. He's got 10 77 68, the Jayhawks on top. Now freeze from Washington. You gotta think you've got to get Tanner grows a good look not just to settle for a three. Get him something. Yeah, I like the ball screen action but give him something closer to the basket. They set up Robertson on the left block. He's back in and kicks back out three pointer from the top Tanner groves, Mrs on the three and a stumble on the rebound by a body but Taps it right to Brown and Kansas walks it across now in control of this ball game, sometimes feel tells you more than the game and the feel is tender grows isn't making the three you've got to get him a better look. McCormick kicks to the top. Garrett wants a three that shot is good on Kansas leads it by 12. Again. Eastern Washington Sagging off the three markets, carrots, one of those guys, you have to contest hard not doing so on that possession. Meadows into the lane goes back far side. Jacob Elves Nails a three to stop the bleeding and get eastern Washington back to within nine. That's big Jacob Prose has great length, he shoots the ball elevates well. That's a contested three. But he has the ability to get it off. You've got to shoot with confidence 4.5 left to play his Kansas brings it into the forecourt. Cross court pass a wide open. Garrett wants a three They're already nails that one guaranteed them from all over the floor. His third three he's got 20 points. 83 71 Kansas, Jacob Groves tries to answer with a long three. No good, long rebound comes out to meadows and a new 20, now for Eastern Washington. Meadows picks up his dribble. Now Perry touches it to the top for Tanner Groves. Here's Robertson dribbling down left side got his man in the air shot is good for 15. I was a tough shot. That was good defense. He's from Washington offensive gotten a little stagnant cause they're trying to seek out advantages where Jacob Groves is now going into the paint against the smaller guard. It's actually disrupting their offensive rhythm. 3 33 and counting left to go Kansas by double digits. 83 73 McCormack in the lane. Pull up shot Good in the foul. He hit it over the top of tattered groves and Kansas has taken control of this ball game with 3 26 left. Yeah, that's just dominance Download. The key for Eastern Washington is keeping him from getting the catch, maybe even keeping him from getting position. Cortical try to cap off the three point play when we come back a break in the action with 3 26 to go. It's Kansas 85 eastern Washington 73. You're listening to the men's basketball tournament on the Westwood one and CIA radio network. At C D. W we get your employees need.
Some Conventions Could Return to Chicago's McCormick Place This Summer
"Summer as well. Illinois Democratic State Senator Sara Fagen hold says McCormick Place would be the perfect venue. Have a convention in Chicago. Well, adhering to the public health guidelines, a room that can hold 100,000 people and 20% of that is still a significant number people so very high ceilings, great ventilation. We're very fortunate and lucky to have McCormack place like an old throat in an op ed earlier this week for Crain's Chicago business on the subject. Earlier this week, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced rental assistance program for residents of Cook County
"mccormack" Discussed on WTOP
"McCormack, Johnson and Johnson. Vaccines could start going into arms. Today. Correspondent Earl Burnett is in Louisville, Kentucky. Those doses should be arriving in the next few hours, UPS, telling CBS News Dave shipped 140,000 of the Johnson and Johnson vaccines overnight with a new vaccine. Many states are offering the shots. Two more people in Florida Governor Rhonda Santis sworn law enforcement officers, Age 50 and above all, firefighters, age 15 above and all K through 12 school personnel, Age 50 and above And in New Jersey teachers will be eligible mid month in the latest attempt to get schools back. Open. Reporter Kevin Rin kun has more well, not everyone will return. At the same time. It is the governor's hope. That by the fall, things will be different. We would fully expect us. Assuming things go the direction they're going that we will be in person for school in September. That's welcome news for Michael Long and educator at the beloved Community Charter School. We've always known that there would be that light at the end of the tunnel. It was just a matter of how long is this tunnel? But while more people become eligible, New Jersey like many other states, It's still in need of more supplies. The Lower cove in case numbers also have a lot of states considering loosening restrictions. Dr David Person, Houston, I was this is absolutely not the time to do that. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expected to make an announcement today. Health workers have paid a heavy price during the pandemic, including risking violence at the hands of patients in the public. CBS News Correspondent Vicki Barker, Dr Roshini, Har and ER physician at Berkeley expected the world would rally round health workers during the pandemic. In many, many places, there is actually more fear, more distrust and attacks grew of some 1100 threats or acts of violence she tallied against health workers worldwide last year, at least 400 of them were directly related to covet. 19 FBI director Chris Wray is set to testify before lawmakers today for the first time since the January 6th. Attack on the Capitol reporters Stacey Lynn, the focus will be on how the FBI prepared and shared intelligence prior to the attack on January 6 Christopher Wray will have to respond to the allegations from former Capitol police chief Steven Son, who said he had no knowledge of the FBI memo sent out the day before the insurrection. Son claims that communication failure ultimately was what led to the security failures at the Capitol. President Biden is retooling the nation's immigration program, and more agents are deploying the one section of The border. CBS News has obtained a new memo that says the number of unaccompanied Children there is soaring in bed space is already 97% full. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p app..
McCormack helps No. 15 Kansas stumble past TCU, 59-51
"Number fifteen Kansas snapped its three game losing streak of the fifty nine fifty one victory over T. C. U. after trailing nineteen to eighteen at halftime Kansas forward David McCormack sparked the J. hawks in the second half and scored fifteen points in the game there's a lot of bodies that I may have missed in the first half and I just have to forget about it still play my game and I can see made strong moves it included a rare three pointer with the J. hawks won an eleven one run in the second half T. C. you had not played in more than two weeks because of cove it and committed twenty two turnovers I'm Greg Echlin
Fake US leg band gets pigeon a reprieve in Australia
"A reprieve for a pigeon found in Australia who was traced to the United States the pigeon named Joe after president elect Joe Biden was found in top shape and Kevin Sally birds backyard in Melbourne Australia it was tagged and it showed up that it's American racing pigeon union instead of being praised for the long journey officials in Australia like acting prime minister Michael McCormack talked about spreading disease and killing the pigeon like Jarvis come in in a why that has not made a a strict bio security measures then bad luck Jack all the fly home or face the consequences Joe is getting a break the American racing pigeon union says his leg tag was a fake and he is likely an Australian pigeon not a bio security risk good luck jug I'm a Donahue
No. 6 Kansas gets 11th Big 12 road win in row, 93-64 at TCU
"Just when it seemed like gloom and doom after a twenty five point loss to number four Texas three days earlier the sixth ranked Kansas Jayhawks responded with that ninety three sixty four road victory against T. C. U. David McCormack led K. you in scoring with twenty points the J. hawks now nine into shot sixty four percent from the field in the opening half K. U. tied its own record for the most consecutive road wins in the big twelve with eleven I'm Greg Eklund
White House Makes Offer to Democrats of $916 Billion Covid-19 Relief Bill
"And the negotiations go on on that cove in 19 package, we might we might be seeing a check in the mail after all, before the holidays, Here's CBS's Camby McCormack. The White House plan would offer a $600 direct payment to most Americans, but it would do away with a $300 per week. Unemployment benefit. That would mean the package offers hard hit Americans. Half the payments they received in the relief bill back in the spring. Top Democratic leaders say they prefer to instead keep working with a bipartisan group of Senate negotiators. Big sticking point between Republicans and EMS is business liability protection. Republicans want immunity for businesses from covert related lawsuits. Democrats say that would endanger workers.
Group aims to pinpoint sources of carbon pollution
"Almost every country in the world has committed to reducing their carbon pollution but they know surprisingly little about precisely where those emissions come from is. It's not like nobody has any idea of what the emissions are but the fundamental status quo around the world for most types of emissions. Is you ask. The people doing the polluting. Hey how much did you pollute. And yet hope they're telling the truth and maybe you can sometimes get audited. Double check parts of it. That's gavan mccormack co founder of. What time the nonprofit is one of the founders of the climate trace coalition a group that includes high tech startups that are working on an independent way to monitor carbon pollution using satellite images machine learning and artificial intelligence. The group aims to track carbon pollution worldwide in real time mccormack expects the group's data will be live and freely available in june of twenty twenty one and it will be able to identify specific sources of pollution. Tremendously clarifying humanizing about showing someone a picture of pollution. And saying here it. So the trays. Coalition's effort can help the public. And policymakers identify and hold polluters accountable.
Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico
"North America. Plan will expand its existing studio complex in New Mexico and commit to an additional $1 billion in production spending. 10 New stages Post production services offices mills back lots and other infrastructure would add to Netflix is growing campus on the southern edge of Albuquerque, Maryland based McCormack is nearing a deal to buy hot sauce
Netflix to expand production hub in New Mexico
"One of the largest production hubs in North America and plans to expand its existing studio complex in New Mexico and commit to an additional $1 billion in production spending. 10 new stages, Post production services offices, mills back lots and other infrastructure would be added to Netflix growing campus on the southern edge of Albuquerque, Maryland based McCormack
Will Trump's troop withdrawals create a 'humanitarian disaster'?
"To pull most U. S troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq, raising concerns about humanitarian blowback. CBS is Candy McCormack report. You wins Top official for Refugees says if the peace prize Says collapses in Afghanistan there will be a humanitarian disaster. The violence has been increasing their in the last few months in Iraq, where American forces will also be reduced. The announcement was met by a volley of rockets in the Baghdad's Green Zone where the U. S embassy sits Britain's banning the
How to market Blockchain with Itai Elizur from MarketAcross
"And partner at a marketing agency will actually to marketing agencies under the same roof when it's called inbound junction. Still active in historically into the bbc asked base. I'm a marketer for about more than ten years in the b. two b. safe-space which is very big in israel of work tel aviv based agency and about four five years ago we were getting pretty big fintech space and some are bigger and better partners in israel talks about about the growing space into my partners very early investors and bitcoin lost a lot of money in mccormack's ended just kind of opened a sister agency called market across and started working with projects. We were very active. In the seal boom downs of jean-ann we've matured with industry today. We are a full stack marketing agency working with a lot of big macs. How does marketing. How does marketing. For blockchain and crypto. How does that differ. 'cause said you're kind of doing both sides you have under one roof. How what's the. What's the core. Differences remark integration question. I would say lease the first generation of projects that i was part of thousands of so there. I always say that i think blockchain is over. Pr and marketed. Because there were actual products it was more of misstatements ideas and most of these eight based protocols again you know. You don't have a big city on the website of sign up or purchase. Or whatever. So very different from classical. I would say. Vw marketing which has literally a conversion point. Put something in relics alright optimizing towards a funnel or something like that. So i would think that that is the most core core difference between product marketing and more i would say branding and marketing and maybe even assisting fundraising style marketing. That's i think the core difference. And i think the other one would be today about. There's just so much charity very fast. So when you go to the other part which our product will be a wallet in exchange. Whatever you have environments where there's fifty or sixty comes king in two three years and it's so hard to differentiate especially for a marketer to try convey that message so i think that's how it this is so new and it kind of there. There are some leaders in some spots in the sphere. But but still. Is that a big issue. This this problem differentiation. Where we're as a marketer. You have to single out. You know you're trying to take your client and say this is why they're different but is the customer. The customer base even knowledgeable enough about about the technology that you could differentiate easily here. That's a that's a great question. So let's different you between i would say Based protocols and technology and then products like exchangeable so when people who come to us again mostly developers or developers in the blockchain space are very very techy. Maybe don't come from a business or marketing background. They'll come to us and say oh you know my network goes to eleven speed or whatever and you're in me as a marketer i'm gonna say right but what's on the block you know how many people transactions are actually processing so in. That's a. that's a big gap between when people want to sell the technical capabilities and want to say all right the me as a marketer pr person at least today people much more wanna see about adoption. So that's like. I think i'm the tech level where you need to go and say all right you're not gonna talk about triple charting. Whatever because that's not really the main thing had to bring that chored usable business use case and when it comes to product marketing and it's also a bit together. I think it's kind of like schilling. Is is great outside but when sit inside the strategy. That doesn't look right. there's a lot of exchanges. What's different about this other than you know. Argos secrete the easiest platform okay. Great but right now in other space would you giving people what's different in. How do you play on. That really executive could be the non. Kyc concept could be the fiat pairings. It could be a really good mobile interface. But we're in that place already. Were ordinary place where people are discussing that not just stating we're going to build a the nicest exchange so I think we're an industry. That's moving in the marketing. Space from wall want will ken to like our is in doing. So that's for me like my biggest mission with my clients. It's really trip. Notch it down from the potential to what's actually
Why Pennsylvania is Key Among Battleground States This Election
"President trump narrowly won Pennsylvania in two, thousand sixteen and the state is shaping up to be an even harder fought battleground this time. Around we turn now to our national political reporter John McCormack Hi John. Hi, thanks for having me. So John Pennsylvania is uniquely positioned even among the battleground states in terms of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent economic fallout. What can you tell us? Well, we did a data analysis looking at the unemployment compared to a year earlier and also the. Deaths per capita for every county in America what we found when we did that analysis was that a Pennsylvania among the battleground states has the largest proportion of counties that fall into both of those unfortunate pockets has a lot of counties that have unemployment rates that are in double digits much higher than a year ago because of the pandemic and it also. Has a good number of counties that have deaths per capita rates that are in the top twenty percent of all counties. So we we looked at both of these benchmarks to try to get a sense for you know which battleground state is sort of suffering the most pain right now related to the pandemic in Pennsylvania really stands out in in those rankings. Let's dig into some specific county as you call Bucks County in suburban Philadelphia a battleground within a battleground. Tell us more about that what's happening there? Yes. So the unemployment rate in in Bucks County, which is just outside of Philadelphia. It's nine point seven percent, and that's more than double what it was a year ago and we used your ago figures because there's a season -ality. Unemployment rates, and so we looked at what was the unemployment rate a year ago for the same month and then compared to that that month this year and bucks is a county that Democrats and Republicans have fought over very closely. In recent elections. Hillary Clinton wanted by eight tenths of one percentage point I was simply like three or four thousand votes in A. County that is home to about six, hundred, twenty, eight, thousand people, and so it is a place that gets a lot of attention. Every presidential election cycle it has an area called lower box, which is in the southern end of the county and is a little grittier more industrial and certainly more densely populated, and there's a lot of white working class voters in that area. You know really rallied around Donald. Trump. In two, thousand, sixteen in his campaign of course hopes that they'll rally around him again in this presidential election. So it's a big county. It's a complex county, has a real widespread in terms of soda sort of socio economics, and we'll be intensely fought over by the way former vice president Joe Biden will be going there on Saturday. We all know he hasn't been doing a lot of on the ground campaigning this summer and fall, but he's starting to do more of it and one of his stops this weekend will be in bucks. County. So that indicates it's important. You anticipated my next question. How are the dynamics you just described influencing how president trump and Joe Biden are approaching Pennsylvania especially in the final days of this election and how does that compare to what saw in the candidate approach to Pennsylvania in two? Thousand Sixteen Yeah Well Twenty Sixteen. There was a lot of emphasis on Pennsylvania as well. Hillary Clinton held her national political convention in the summer in Philadelphia. So that was an indication of how important the state was back then as well. Of course, president trump won the state very narrow sort of as part of his you know northern Great Lakes, trifecta Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin that really sealed the presidency for 'em and So it's important. Again, this time Joe Biden's headquarters is in his campaign headquarters is in Philadelphia, and when you look at the the television reservations that are in place for both campaigns between now and the election Pennsylvania on a dollars per electoral vote basis in other words if you look at all the advertising spending that's going to be going on in Pennsylvania and the next week and a half if you then divide by how many electoral votes each state has and sort of do the math on that Pennsylvania ranks right at the top specially for Joe Biden in terms of places where he's going to put a lot of dollars on television screens in the coming days. So John Given, everything we've just talked about just how key is Pennsylvania going to be in this election let's arguably the most important battleground state. Now obviously, Florida's is also very important twenty seven electoral votes, but Pennsylvania has twenty and it's sort of viewed as critical for both of these candidates from Vice President Joe Biden is from Pennsylvania. You know if if he can't win the state that was born in that, that does have a lot of sort of working class that he's trying to appeal to that could be pretty telling in terms of what happens on election night. So it'll be very much watched. Some of the outside groups that are trying to influence the presidential race they sorta described Pennsylvania as. Camel's back. They feel like if if trump can't win Pennsylvania then there's really probably know path for him. It's always dangerous to say those sorts of things because you know like anything there can be surprises in in different combinations of these states can add up to the two hundred and seventy that you need to win. But certainly, a lot of eyes will be on Pennsylvania and a lot of resources and time will be going into the state in the next week and a half before the Election Wall Street. Journal. National, political reporter John, McCormick John Thank you so much for being here today.
McCormick beats third-quarter estimates, resumes guidance and unveils 2-for-1 stock split
"We're going to start with the spice maker though because shares of McCormack actually down a little bit despite the fact that McCormick's third quarter profits in revenue came in higher than expected. They also announced a two-for-one stock split I WANNA, get to the stocks but in a minute, I'm assuming the slight drop one, two percent that we're seeing in the stock is the guidance because McCormack if I understand this correctly, they resumed their fiscal year guidance and it was a little bit lower than wall. Street was expecting. Maybe Based on the numbers I had seen that guidance they resumed was was right in the range that had been. The average expectations that had been on the street for some time now. But yeah, they they had pulled guidance a little while back and felt comfortable and getting back into it. This quarter. I think it's probably a couple of things I mean, let's remember. This is never a cheap looking stock relative to its growth rates in. So right now it's trading at around thirty three, thirty, four times. Full Year estimates you're talking about a company. That's yeah. They're putting up five, six, seven percent topline revenue growth that that doesn't quite a lineup and. I understand why the market pays up forward. It's very high quality business, but it's also stop that is trading at the. Know really attractive valuations. I can understand the tepid reaction but. They're also going to be making some investments here in the coming quarters suspending a little bit more. On, marketing and advertising and incorporating some new enterprise technology into the business that will create margins a little bit in the near term nothing to worry about it. It's all in the name of making the business even better than it is today and I think that you write. This was a really good quarter in a lot of ways. There was a passage on the call that I really summed it up and they said the significant shift to consumers eating more at home is persisting long enough that it has become a habit. So management, there is seeing that. The pandemic economy is obviously changed. Everyone's behavior restaurants have been hit very hard. People are having to cook more at home in. What we're starting to see is that people are doing this more and more in it's becoming something that's a bit more sustainable, and that is obviously very good news for them based on what they sell When you look at the actual growth, I mean they put up nine percent revenue growth this quarter, which is really impressive given their traditional three, four percent in this all organic to in consumer sales in the Americas rose seventeen percent compared to the third quarter a year ago. So a lot of really good numbers. Just, a very reliable steady business. I wouldn't let the market's reaction today. Bother me.
A Sustainable Startup Is Taking a Bite Out of the Toothpaste Market
"Something to chew on more than a billion toothpaste tubes or thrown away every year. That's the equivalent of fifty empire state buildings of discarded plastic tubes accumulating in landfills and oceans but wait isn't plastic recyclable. Well, that's what we thought. But earlier this month and NPR and PBS expose found that most recycling companies are only recycling milk jugs and soda. Bottles. That's Right Those Food Containers Yogurt Cups and other plastics that you painstakingly rinse out and throw into your recycling bin get buried in the landfill just like the other trash and toothpaste tubes typically have aluminum in them aren't recyclable at all. Now, one cheeky tooth care startup wants to clean up the sectors act bite toothpaste bits has one of those typical problem solving origin stories. Founder Lindsey McCormack was bothered by the toothpaste tube she threw away in her spare time she came up with a chewable tablet that foam just like her favourite paste the company rack up about fifty thousand subscribers in a year. Bite take sustainability. Seriously the tablets are vegan gluten free and packaged refillable glass jars subscribe to refills and they in sacks you can throw into a compost heap. McCormick also managed to ditch many of the chemicals found in typical household brands. She even made an appearance on his shark tank where she turned down a six-figure offer from Mark Cuban. McCormack said, she wanted to keep more control over the company Bite recently released a line of vegan plastic free dental floss. The startup will have to face down some goliath-sized competitors though toothpaste giant Colgate is making its own sustainability play overseas the brands smile for good toothpaste is nearly one hundred percent natural and certified Vegan most toothpastes can't be certified begin because the animal derived glycerin they use. USA. Today reports smile good uses plant based Glycerin instead, it's also packaged in a plastic tube made from high density polyethylene also called HD. HD. p. e. actually is recyclable is the same plastic us to make milk jugs smile for goods much. anticipated. Packaging has a long time coming. It took the company five years to figure out how to make a recyclable plastic tube soft enough to squeeze. Parent company Colgate Palmolive says all of its products will have recyclable packaging within five years. Smile for good is being rolled out in Europe the company staying quiet on when or if it's coming to the US though these moves away from non recyclable plastics are good news for the environment, and if there are any silver linings to the horrors of this pandemic one may be this sustainability has more selling power consumers are more sensitive to the environmental impact of their purchases, according to progressive, Grocer magazine and July study by new. York University found that sustainability marketed products continue to grow during the pandemic even as other brands floundered. That priority is clearly not lost on companies ranging from scrappy startups, worldwide conglomerates that one a sink their teeth into a bigger space of the market share by.
Pence Accepts GOP Nomination While Praising Trump, Slamming Biden
"Vice President Mike Pence's is turned to speak on the third night of the GOP convention as we talked about last night on the show law and order has been a central theme for the campaign pence hit that hard as expected, and also embraced the traditional vp duties of praising the boss and attacking the Challenger. The WSJ's John McCormack gives us the key takeaways big. Speaker of course was vice president pants I. Mean He really delivered pretty strong speech making the case that while president trump has been a colorful figure in an opinionated figure in the White House at, he's actually managed to get some things done and pence went through a long litany of what this administration views. Its accomplishments I've had the privilege to work closely with our present. I've seen him when the cameras are off. Americans see president trump in lots of different ways. But there's no. Doubt. How President Trump sees America. He sees America, for what it is. A nation that has done more good in this world than any other. A nation that deserves far more gratitude than grievance. And if you want a president. Who Falls silent when our heritage is demeaned or insulted he's not your man. He also tried to present Joe Biden as a real tool of the left calling Trojan horse at one point. That's a that's a phrase that the trump campaign is used extensively and they really want to try to present Biden somebody who? Hasn't fought back against what they call. The radical left is more liberal than. The Biden campaign would care to let on Joe Biden would double down on the very policies that are leading. To violence in America's cities. The hard truth is. You won't be safe in Joe. Biden's America. And under president trump. We will always stand with those who stand on the thin Blue Line and we're not going to de-fund police not now not ever. We also heard from outgoing presidential adviser, Kellyanne, Conway she and other female speakers from the White House defended the president's treatment of women arguing that he supported their careers tonight president trump will give his big speech. You can stream it live on wsj.com. Noticeably missing from this convention, some of the highest profile elected officials from past and present. It's a reflection of sweeping change in the Republican Party under president trump for more on the shifting identity of the GOP joined by White House reporter Alex Leary Alex, great to talk to You my pleasure. Alex the convention seems like a good place to start because symbolically, we're not seeing people like George W Bush or Mitt Romney give a speech how his president trump shape the party during his four years. Yes. This is one hundred percent trump's party. At the moment he is shaped at very much in his own mold. For example, on foreign policy on trade and other issues it is now the trump version of the GOP versus those past figures that you mentioned and from a message standpoint how has he changed the party identity and platform? It's a lot more populous. It's a lot more focused on the average person of spoke to Lindsey Graham for our story who said that the GOP and Mitt Romney, the twenty twelve nominee sort of resembled the country club set the swirling banker next door. President trump has made it much more of a working class focus with his populist policies. And how has he done that? Is it through his social media is it through his television appearances? How has he made that maneuver? He started through all that he's a very dominant interesting figure that has captured the imagination of people. Both critics and fans alike and president trump knows how to use the system to his advantage and to get his voice out there it all comes down to the base. The people who elected him That is the strength of of how you get elected and. People lawmakers, etc. No. That and if they wanted you know if they WANNA stay in office they're going to have to adhere to that message into to the party base. Let's look ahead to the future just a little bit. If we see a second term will the Republican Party stay status quo or is more chain evitable I think there will more change is Inevitable, the president trump will continue to put his stamp on things. For example, he is increasingly used a lot of executive order really stressing the the powers of his office, which is something that Republicans in the past had sort of been wary of. We'd see things like that. We probably see more protectionist prayed trade policies and maybe even more of a withdrawal. Of the US from the world stage on foreign policy art. Let's talk about another scenario. If the Democrats win the White House will this inevitably be a time of self reflection for the Republicans and who they are moving forward or will the trump legacy has some stained power? It'll have staying power because of the base that we mentioned that you know the. Voting the voting blocks or very trump centric, and that's not going to change overnight but there will be a debate within the party about some of the past policies such as foreign policy trade in which way to go perhaps some figures WANNA. Go back to the way they were So yes, the there will be a debate and it could get pretty ugly.
Pit of Serpents
"Welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Land and dime Joe McCormack and I'm so excited because today we're diving the snake bit. That's right. not slashes snake pit. We're discussing before we started recording the show but this idea of a pit of snakes, the sort of a place you might want to drop a a doomed hero or a Damsel in distress that sort of thing right and I think the great place to start here is by discussing. A. Sort. Of Snake pit. Very much a snake pit that we encounter in raiders of the lost Ark, film that we've, we spent a lot of time talking about on the show we did we did a couple of episodes on the Ark of the Covenant that I encourage everyone to everyone to go back and listen to where we spin off. We also frequently refer back to raiders for examples of things that raiders does that refers to. Various qualities of the arc in ancient traditions. I've just thinking back on those Ark of the covenant episodes because I remember we talked about this one professor from the. Nineteen twenties or thirties who had this crank theory that the Ark of the Covenant was a real historical artifact and it was a giant electrical capacitor yes. Yeah. That was pretty good. Yeah. But what I was laughing at when you were talking, I'm sorry if I sort of interrupted but I was laughing the fact that you called the pit in Raiders, a sword of snake pit. I mean, it's definitely a snake pit don't beat around the Bush here. It's very much a snake bit it. It is an amazing and really game changing one of the many amazing engaging sequences in the film. It is the well of souls sequence now to refresh everybody. First of all the well of souls is an actual place. It's a partially manmade cave located inside the foundation stone. Under the Dome of the Rock Shrine in Jerusalem. The name itself pit of souls well of souls stems from medieval Islamic legend in this where the the spirits of the dead or supposedly awaiting judgment. Day. But that it has nothing or very little to do with the well of souls that we encounter in raiders of the lost Ark. In raiders, the well of souls, and this is straight from the Indiana Jones Wicky is quote part of a temple built within the ancient city of tennis where the Ark of the covenant was placed after Farrow she sacked stole it from Jerusalem again, that is entirely within the context of the Indiana Jones world don't confuse that with actual history right now there is no indication that there's an actual pit of snakes in any archaeological site in ancient Egypt. Right but it makes for a great scene because of course, we remember what happens is that. Indiana Jones and his cohorts discovered that Oh. This is the actual resting place of the Ark of the Nazis are off their digging in the wrong spot. So they open it up, and of course, they immediately see it full of snakes. He hates snakes, they lower him down. Anyway they go. His friend who is it Sala. Sala. Yeah. Solid goes down with them. They they crank the the arc up in. That's win Belloc and the Nazi show up they steal the Ark and just for sheer meanness, they throw Marian down there into the pit with him in an a seal inside with a bazillion snakes
Volcanoes of Life
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb, and I'm Joe McCormack in today, we're going to be talking about something that I've been thinking about doing an episode on for a while ever since I read an article while back that really interested me, and that is the surprising and kind of counterintuitive link that has been proposed by many geologists now between life as we know it. It on earth and the fires of Mount Doom, specifically, the the most violent and scary of geologic processes like volcanic eruptions on the movement of tectonic plates. Yeah. This is a great topic to get into. We kind of had a I guess a preamble to this a couple of episodes ago when we were talking about eggs and we talked about the volcano birds and the idea of a volcano being seeming. Almost. Paradoxically to be something that can nourish. As opposed to something. That's just a purely destructive force. Oh, I. didn't think about that comparison at all. But yeah, the the way that the volcanic sand babysits the egg for for the megapode so that it can just run off and do its own thing. Yeah. Raised by a volcano. But so I thought a great place to start here might be with a brief reading from volusia. It is a famous old norse epic poem from the collection that is known as the Poetic Edda. Now, this is a synonymous work. The author is unknown, but the volusia tells the story of the norse Gods culminating in their destruction in the fiery doom of Ragnarok can I'm just GonNa read a couple of Quad trains here. In Anger Smites, the water of the earth forth from their homes must all men flee nine paces fares the son of Jurgen and slain by the serpent fearless. He sinks the Sun. Turns Black Earth sinks in the see the hot stores down from heaven or world fierce gross. The steam and the life feeding flame till fire leaps high about heaven, itself Nice and one fun thing about this poem. It's bit of Tolkien Trivia Robert Tell me if you've heard this before, but the name of the wizard Gandalf that first appeared in Tolkien's. Tolkien's the Hobbit and then of course, the best character in Lord of the Rings, the name of Gandalf comes from the Veloce token, actually borrowed the name from a section known as the tally of the dwarves from this epic poem. Originally, he was going to apply it to the character in the Hobbit, who became thorn oaken shield the leader of the Dwarf Party. But then he decided later on that, it made more sense to apply the name of Gandalf. The wizard. I think because again, Dal means something like magic staff l.. and. I think he made the right choice like, Gandalf. That makes more sense for the wizard than for Thorin. Think. So but cool thing that happens in this poem sort of part of the RAGNAROK. Myth is that there is a rebirth that follows this fiery doom know after the fire leaps high heaven and the Kingdom of the Gods is destroyed. Earth is not just left in cinders instead, there is a renewal from the fire and the author writes now do I see the earth new Rizal Green from the waves again, the cataracts fall and the Eagle flies and And Fish, he catches beneath the cliffs. So there's this great link between Fiery Cataclysm and rebirth and renewal of life in norse mythology, and and of course, you know these are symbolic elements. I'm not suggesting that they had some kind of scientific insight with this is something that I think is taken as a metaphor largely about human life itself, but coincidentally, it ends up kind of ringing true with things. We're finding out about geology and nature. Well, it's something you see in a lot of different mythological cycles, right I. mean you see it in Hindu mythology? In. Various. American mythologies. Thinking about. Meslin. South America in particular society that things will rise things will fall that there will be cataclysm that whole world will be destroyed, but new worlds will rise out of them and have risen out of them before. Yeah. I was thinking about themes of fiery eruption in the greening of the earth together or sort of a creator destroyer duality. One that came to my mind that that I thought, you might know something about because I know I've heard you talk about Hawaiian mythology before was the Palay myth. Yeah. Yeah. The Hawaiian got his Palay is an interesting example, a deity of fire and Volkan Ism I was reading a book titled Pay Volcano Goddess. Goddess of Hawaii by H are low nemo, and he points out that when Polynesian voyagers I arrived in Hawaii, they brought their gods with
Taliban say they are readying for talks with Kabul leaders
"That the U. S. Taliban peace deal may be close CBS is Cammy McCormack reports on some movement in negotiations the Taliban says it's putting together its agenda for talks with the political leadership in Kabul it's refused to deal with those leaders in the past and is part of the deal with the U. S. these talks should have begun weeks ago but the process got bogged down a sticking point had been an exchange of prisoners which has now
"mccormack" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Business cycle market cycle or whatever you WANNA call it. We really must remember that. This system that we probably characterized by being interruptions in crises markets. Or whatever you WANNA call him. I don't matter. They have happened a lot and they happen. In the presence of a whole bunch shows characteristics and diaz sort of as follows high and rising process as strong confidence about Shusha. Lots of use of yet often very heavy investments using readily available. Capital for a future doesn't arrive. That's the modern boom was great example. Let's all go out and build two minds because China's going to grow forever and it doesn't come so that that thing is just inherent in the system and and it gives you these interruptions or that it gives you the preconditions for the interruption. That's all we can observe. Because he di what the catalyst is this sort of silly finance fake You never know what the reason is but you do. Neither reason will arrive and people need to have a good sense of the extreme To to just fully understand our regular and predictable it is it always happens. A JUST WANNA say he listeners. It's interesting during these recordings. I've assume jillions actually isn't a man bun or ponytail. What's try to keep my unruly hair unkempt here at my at my eyes and not to a barber's part of it. Yeah definitely not getting looking like the beginning of town at the moment. Jillian and I've got to listen to question a flag. This before this is for Stephen Magnet. He asks who will make it through and who weren't help us platinum assist that in the current environment. What can investors due to identify his healthy and cashed up and who went go broke my question and the Nice thing about the question is we can all do the work. So any listens can go and get the last annual quarterly half annual depending on the reporting piquancy and go and check the balance sheet and if these guys have a lot of debt and what am I. Let compare what they've had an interest to they added in income and look at the amount of debt they hold versus the income that they have all the equity in in the business and with a lot of debt. I'm going to be in real trouble. Then we get to this question of politics and bailouts and that is very difficult to analyze. So we've seen a whole bunch of mentioned so buyouts fiercely airlines at Shell oil producing stats hotel businesses in a sense. We've got a a sort of sued. I bail out of small businesses in this country with a bunch of messages and that becomes a bit more difficult. Because you know I I'd I'd which industries are GONNA be prioritized by the buyout. So that's a bit difficult but again not it's not impossible to analyze gone right now. You can google search whether or not there's been discussions of violence that industry like company or whatever but the main thing is visby nine mania for using very low levels of interest and readily available capital to it a boss stuff or by to stop and negatively in that process rewarding yourself as as management very richly and those kinda practices are getting punched environment because he actually just want cash on the couch. It I just wanted to briefly mention. You've got a doctor Bianca. Ogden who runs the International Healthcare Fund? And I would like to recklessness to the your wealth podcast which by the pier on recently heavily because it's a great summation not any of the. She's Varela Gist as well. And it's a great summation of what's going on medically and washing hands works as as well as some of the biotech and the healthcare funds and the innovations that are going on in in this industry. Can you tell us if you have a bit of knowledge about the the healthcare from you could share with us and after enough to look a few things that simple stop point? Is IT technology around? This stuff is changing dramatically. The the the outcomes of a kind of focused global efforts to combat. Today's hybrid maintain the very hard to predict. Remarkable comes so very fast improved treatment regimes. Very fast vaccine candidates would be the two principal goalposts. Annan's a whole bunch of other stuff too. So all the United States very rapid development of simplified respirators and the roll out of is all that kind of stuff on the on. The technology shot things with pretty excited. About what we saved the development of vaccines and people need to remember how bicycle vaccine is your weight. Is The word vaccine come from comes from the Latin for cow bacchus because we derived early vaccines from sticking diseases into cows and getting other antibodies. And that's basically what we do today. It's a slight price if you need a constructs or vastly more commonly grow actually sitting in the sense about brewing beer. You have to grow the antibodies that you want and stick them in to all parts of the pathogen that you want a buddy to identify and immune to the host and they met jugs the the histamine system the point now where we can snap off individual chemical compounds says Messenger Aaron I is is a chemical compound that activites the specific part of the cellular response. That you want to activites so you can take off tiny. Little bit of the tiny little pathogen. You know the the viruses bacteria that we're talking about in this case. It's kind of nineteen takeoff. The bit that will alert the immune system to the presence of possible presence of that thing and get it to respond without the need to grow viruses in in effect so chepe rapid to develop Madonna businesses way. I developed a vaccine candidate in forty two days. That would have taken six to twelve months on a normal time run. He did his daddy appraisals. went out of the woods but there is great potential for rapid deployment of solicitous to this issue. And and it's just a great example of how technology's changing general in the in the last sciences field. Yep No director listeners. To have a look at that that fund is well it's very interesting fund in the kind of investments that are being made are very exciting and I think being made the point. Is that what this crosses showing for US? Is that Arron health has suddenly become much more important than we would have thought in the past decade so Julian Depression recession. They they act recovery Recovery a lot of damage is going to be done to economies globally and so made by that if if people lose their job and find another one if businesses have to close. There's a price around that around bankruptcy reconstruction or exit. Maybe we can put enough governments ending and central bank a monetary easing into the economy. Offset some of that. But I just don't think you can do it all lots of channels down which the steamers comp comp flow so quite a hard process to come back out of this event I think for very large swathes of the economy. And just think about your own personal preferences right like let's say there is a vaccine to announce tomorrow and financial markets will respond to that. I will bounce a you're gonNA rush out and GotTa a cafe tomorrow I'm not because you behave is going to change. You're going to need slide to get going. Going to be slighted travel until you actually know that you're not gonNA kill yourself for you or your grandparents parents by being a responsible. Your behavior is going to change. And that's GonNa have a real lasting impact that said the amount of the United Fiscal response is huge. And so it's not like the Great Depression sets hints with doing stuff that will have very rapid responses. And we're doing it in unprecedented levels at the at the government spending levels Gremlin so another depression but a difficult period for the real economy of asset prices. I think we're GONNA change the Mike up of the regime of just lives through which has been pretty slack and low economic growth a fantastic period full financial assets because interest rates. Very very low end with inequality coming back out of this. At how can we have people on our? We can't afford to get health care system education system? We CAN'T AFFORD TO PAY. A reasonable benefits lived through a period of illness accommodation. Outside said probably higher inflation probably high. I would suggest highest social contestation around things so strikes in sit downs in lockouts. And whatever. Because we're really stretching the boundaries of what we can convince people is is feasible so probably higher interest rates. Probably Herat's inflation not don't come back to seventies but you know just just why. I now now and probably quite a significant pricing of a whole bunch of becomes real essence mining hot assets copper on a gear versus financial assets as well and. That's just a consequence inflation so a different world a bit of a slow recovery from recession but not a depression well. I'm very disappointed that we're not going back to the seventies because I've been stockpiling flays. The Moment Jillian. Thank you very much we coming on. It's been great. Shanksville ships for beginners is for information and educational purposes. It isn't financial advice and you shouldn't feel investments based on what you've heard here any opinion on comedy view of the Speaker on the shares for beginning. 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"mccormack" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"You don't have a representative pretty much. Something very unusual happened in lansing last week. A news conference was held by Lieutenant. Governor Garland Gilchrist the two Republican leaders of the legislature and the chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court. And they were all in agreement on a major policy Housi- shift for the state the issue fewer people in jail while not compromising public safety. This criminal justice reform was the combination of a month long. Study Co chaired word. By Lieutenant Governor Gilchrist and Chief Justice Virgin Mary McCormack and justice. McCormack joins us on the PODCAST. Ma'am chief justice. It was cut refreshing to see the Republican leaders of the Legislation Democratic governor and Attorney General and the nonpartisan Supreme Court chief justice together all smiling. How did this happen? Yeah it's been a pretty interesting nine ten months. The leadership of all three branches of government along with the Michigan Association of counties and the Michigan Sheriff's Association. Those two who are actually pretty important partners in this process We all signed an agreement with the Pew Charitable. Trust to help us figure out why are jail populations have grown as much. They have over the last three decades. Especially when crime is that a fifty year low and to staff a task force to advise us on what that data shows and what policy recommendations. We might make to make sure our criminal justice policies are making our communities safe and healthy. It seems like the overall tone of the proposal pulls is a response to an attitude of when in doubt. Throw them in jail. And you're not gonNA do that anymore. You don't WanNa do it. If it's not actually making that safer you know one of the things we learned is that even short stays in jail can actually increase recidivism so we learned about our jail populations that there's this large the number of people who are cycling through our jails for short stays. Maybe only a day three days a week but long enough to really disrupt their lives. You can lose your job. You can lose your kids in a couple of days in jail and there's a much smaller group of people who are in our jails for much longer periods of time and each of those populations needed different recommendations. And I think your question is aimed more at that first group the group for which lots of penalties relating them in jail and then had had other repercussions that were costly and did not did not necessarily make our communities safer a lot of these people that shouldn't be in. Jail are really not a danger to the community. Things like not showing up for court hearing for example is not an endangerment to society just irritates the judge exactly you know in fact our recommendations obviously still allow in fact require judges to put people who are a danger to others to to be able to continue to make sure those those those people can be protected from society. But somebody who hasn't paid a traffic ticket and then their license is automatically suspended because that's a sanction action for A lot of failure to pay offenses and now they have a misdemeanor. for which if they're pulled over a police officer must arrest them and must take them to jail not only is it not clearly helpful to put them in jail that there can be less likely to pay their traffic tickets their jail the one that they owe that they haven't paid on but it also takes Hicks our police officers off the street when they should be out on the street. Combating the kinds of crime that we are most concerned about and they're having to take take people to the jail who they them selves. Don't think should be there are policy is a little bit upside down on some of those cases there's also the fiscal implications for our counties especially we have packed. Jails I know hearing. I'm Kinda. Were building a new jail because the old one is overcrowded among other things and this should at least on one side at least save save money. Although increasing the mental health services might offset that on the other side. How much of this was a consideration? The Task Force didn't concern ourselves with any of the dollar amounts but Absolutely the costs are part of what the legislature is concerned about. I mean it. You know in other governments systems if they're are not really producing great results. Throwing more money at them isn't usually the way we handle them And that's that's that's a concern with this particular system investing in mental health. Will we'll probably be. Immune is clearly one of our one of our recommendations in and is part of the solution And while that is expensive at the front end that too could have considerable savings at the back. End As you know if you take someone who's having a mental health braces to a jail when they get out and everybody gets out of jail eventually. This is not. Yeah prison where some people can stay forever in. Everybody gets out of jail when they get out if their mental health issues have not been treated. They're still there and they're not gonNA be any cheaper for their our community When they're released having not had their mental health issues treated? So you know. The idea is if you're gonNA treat the causes that are landing people in jail such. They don't reciprocate you. You will see savings down the line at the federal level. We were able to get some progress with a coalition that was led on one side by Senator Cory Booker on the other side by jared Kushner and president trump. Are we likely to see that sort of cooperation and actually making something happen as a result of this report you know honestly I do believe. This is one of these areas where there's agreement across the aisle and I think it's actually not just because it's good policy. Let's see it's it's Because of shared values conservatives and liberals both are interested in making our criminal justice system stronger and Producing better results. And I do think this is one of the areas where we're GONNA see good cooperation in the legislature in your previous life before you were elected to the court. One of the Prosecution accused gone was running the innocence project at the University of Michigan. Basically getting people out of the system. who were wrongfully convicted? How did that impact your approach into this whole project of dealing with people that were incarcerated? You know the work I did Running the innocence project was AH INFO INFORMS A lot of my Understanding of how a system run by humans can make mistakes and therefore I do think we wanna make sure that that that system has checks and balances at every stage of it. There's few things more devastating than losing ten twenty thirty years of your life because of wrongful conviction. Not just is for you but for public safety when the wrong person is in prison that usually means that the person who actually did the crime is out and committing more crimes. When the criminal justice justice system gets it wrong it can be incredibly costly to public safety? Public Safety was at the at the center of our conversations throughout this process. You know it it. It turned out that are growing. Jail populations was making our communities. More safe than we would have had a discussion. That's worth it right but if it's not making our communities more safe it's been it's time to take a look at what policies might do better. Let me shift gears Roman initially but a couple of other issues that are before you or may come before you that are not in not court cases but administration cases first of all you've recently issued an edict. Basically all the course that you know. Hey does the twenty first century cell. Oh phones belong in the courts if it's done properly. What got that going? What was your impetus for? The we had two requests from the public. I believe from the legal services community immunity because self represented litigants are quite disadvantaged if they show up at a courthouse and you know they have important evidence other phone or important information on their phone or the only way they got to court is by using their phones to call an Uber or lift and initial but a courthouse and under the old system. Where every court could set its own policy? They show up and now they have to choose. She's between not going in the courthouse or leading their phone outside in the bushes where it is likely to get stolen does get stolen. That was not working well for self representative against in particular also not for jurors lots of complaints from people who are called for jury duty and then having to spend a full day in the courthouse maybe never even get called and they weren't allowed to have their phones so they couldn't hear from their kids they couldn't contact childcare provider. And you know like you said it is the twenty first century judges have to be able to control their courtrooms sure. There are procedures. Judges have safety concerns or security concerns that they can close courtrooms to the public. They can still do that and they obviously don't have to allow improper use of phones owns but we saw it as an access to justice issue and the testimony from public and the public commentary was overwhelming and so we thought it was time. What are the issues that I know? Some courts have been working on in Michigan for for literally. Decades has been more inclusion of the electronic process and an Internet in court silence for example just to cut costs I know former justice wilder was involved that way back when he was a circuit judge in Washington County. How is that progressing? Yeah we are rich right now in thick in the middle of Our State Whitey filing rollout. It's complicated in Michigan because we have a non unified court system and what that means is every local court has its own local funding unit and therefore also it's its own homegrown case management system and its own homegrown whatever else it has developed a electronically along the way and to move the state to a statewide defiling system is far more complicated therefore because we have to find a way to make sure every different system can communicate to one one electron explain throughout the state. But we're making good progress on it. We have model courts that have been live have now for over a year. We just In the last couple months have the next pilot courts that have gone live one circuit court one District Court and probate court from which we will be able to then roll out in geographical areas of the state Statewide defiling and. That's that's critical. It's probably the biggest technological advancement in this branch branch in my lifetime. It's GonNa take a few more years. It's actually that complicated. But obviously it's critical and we have to get it done but there are other. Technological advances dances that are moving along simultaneous. We're walking and chewing gum. I'm happy to report. So we're making progress in other ways. We have unrolled just recently in seventeen counties online dispute resolution in two case types. So people who really want to resolve a civil case but can't get to court because my job or childcare can now partake in online dispute resolution. That can do it.
"mccormack" Discussed on KQED Radio
"McCormack promised to rebuild within five years a target many songs time to France is hosting of the twenty twenty four Olympic Games this summer France's parliament created a new commission to oversee reconstruction led by a former army chief it's yet to formally meet but we talked with one member Monsignor then want just seen IT who will represent the Catholic Church this was a present the most important thing to remember is the Notre dom is first and foremost a cathedral church a place of worship that may sound obvious but debate had already swirled around Notre dom for years as it became an often over run tourist site the Monsignor wants to use this moment to return to church values for her it's important to underline that when a bishop decided to build a cathedral in the Middle Ages it was also a project to help the poorest in society today when we're building owner dom we're going to launch projects to help the most vulnerable in our society there are so many interests there's political and economic and cultural of course and the church there could be a clash never inference never in France you mean always in France no yes some of course there will be difficulties there will be questions big debates and friends we like having big debates asking questions we can go on and on we we we we love to speak but will the rebuilding go on and on like others we spoke with Monsignor just seen a T. wonders when the last stone will finally be put in place the cathedral completely restored and re opened but he does hope to celebrate mass in Notre done within the next five years for the PBS newshour I'm Jeffrey brown in Paris a new face appeared in.
"mccormack" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"It needs a chance to rest and go for a walk is great because I'm just letting it wander letting wander and listening when I go for walks. I just listened for things and it's amazing what you can what you can hear on a walk. You know walked in the snow. I can hear the under my feet or whatever that might be and I come back very rarely took walk like that was really stressful. But that was really hard to do. You know it's like give yourself that treat to do that and let your mind. I think people need to protect the brain. It's being barraged. Twenty four seven. Give it away give it a break in going for a good walk is a wonderful wonderful moment. Wonderful moment to especially on the holidays and this is a great time to kind of try this on as okay. I'll check this out. I'll see how a day goes if I'm not not glued to my phone so if someone is managed to get rid of that digital noise at Christmas and they see a real benefit unplugging what are some ways that they can start reducing. The noise wasted lives on a daily basis. I think the first thing is one way of managing this. What's my first thought of the day and it's a technology is it instinctively grabbing for information? And then ask myself a question. Well why why am I doing that right now. Could I started my day differently. That's one very specific. Ways is setting my first and set last thought of the day to be something that I said it but not technology is not the first thing. That's one thing I think the other thing is just is setting parameters of like what I pay attention to. You know my paying attention to people people. Oh I I. It's just information consumption because our lives have become like my job is consuming information. It's like going back to the popcorn. Analogy I've gotta eat all the time. Well No oh you scheduled time to eat. You don't need twenty four seven so I have breakfast. One eight breakfasts night once when I have lunch and dinner and I know one that is and I planted and I have a plan what I eat and I think information should be treated the same way. So why am I checking social media right now because I'm bored that's just like eating all day long so we become sort of like instead of becoming like overweight. I think people become anaemic because they're constantly doing this but it doesn't fill them so setting some boundaries and those moments I think can be very helpful and then I think finally is just really putting the value around like you know who am I talking to whom I spending time with people are always most important people most important thing it putting that I and I think we're on the holidays. That's an opportunity because I think a lot of people look for this to be fulfilling a big fulfilment of the year and it's a a lot of people out there letdown. I think because the people around them present they need to be present to them. You know giving the gift of. They're listening their time and their attention to the other person person. All that's GonNa do is make the other person joyful because somebody cares about in their spending time to care more about me than they care about checking their stock or they're checking the fact that somebody texted them pay more attention to the person who's in front of me personally five thousand dollars away from. I think that it goes a long way. Can make people feel joy and peace and not feeling agitated or anxious and I think that's you no I think that's the holidays. Were bowed when we come back. We're going to give our listeners information about how they can get a couple of free chapters from your book as well as annoys survival guide so as we're signing off what would you say is the number one thing that you want them to remember during their holiday gatherings this year schedule. Quite time for yourself non-negotiable every day give yourself five to ten minutes. We schedule every day and you dedicated to something which is thinking about somebody thanking somebody reading listening give that gift yourself south of just a break give you some break. We can reflect and think a little bit because I will always be a gift that will.
"mccormack" Discussed on American Innovations
"It's one thing she hasn't common with their dear friend Margaret Sanger who's about to arrive. She hears the rumble of the car and charges out to greet for old partner in crime, Sanger struggles to get out of the car. Could it be any harder to get out of these contraptions? We've both got an old and creaky. I'm afraid but it's nothing little sliced mango can't cure coincide. I want to hear everything. I'll skip the mango and cut straight to the gym and tonic. Thank you very much McCormack lead, singer inside massive estate through the foyer and lobby past walls, lined with photographs and paintings of McCormack's family, a family that could be traced all the way back to the Mayflower over gin and tonics in the sitting room Sanger.
"mccormack" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler
"Doing a limited series podcast to go hand in hand with my sit down comedy tour about my book called life will be the death of me. I wrote a book about me seeing a psychiatrist for the first real time in my life and getting real about childhood trauma loss. Grief all of the things that none of us ever really want to deal with I dealt with them at forty two and still dealing with them now. But I have to say, I feel a lot better a lot more grounded in a lot happier. So I just kind of want to take everybody through my journey of taking this book on the road of talking to all the different people on the road who are going to interview me. In different cities, Jake tapper, in DC I have Connie Britton, in Austin, Dallas and I have Natasha Leone in New York. I've all sorts of fun people. And I also have my psychiatrist, Dan Siegel, who will be coming on to talk with me about me, my problems, and potentially you and yours. And how we can all kind of get better being people, and maybe f- f- Mary McCormack who you may recognize her from the west wing or from implant site, a show. She was on for many years, and most recently on the kids are all right on ABC. She lives, ten minutes away from me and has had to deal with my behavior for the longest amount of time out of all of my friends, so I will be starting the podcast with her. She's my best friend, and she knows all the really embarrassing stuff. That didn't make the book. Thank you for joining us today sound, so I feel like a little bit Oprah crossed with something else with gale, gale and. Then here we are the and we're sitting here with Brandon, who is my friend. And how would you describe your position with me a woman of the night? Yeah, I tell people where platonic life partners. So we're basically, yes. You're my assistant and my decision maker, and I love that you've decided to do your first podcast with your assistant. Well, he knows the most about I love it. I just love it. Because you, you admit that you don't do much without the help from an assistant, but this is sort of a real shock to me a lot about it. I mean I love it. Yeah. I actually think it's going to be great because you're funny and smart. And you do know Chelsea, sort of as well as anyone. But I also think it's an incredible completion in your journey. I've come full just admitting that you don't want to do anything without the help from many assistance. Right. So it's, it's basically like it's if three sixty because I started out wanting to become more self sufficient, and in that like year of therapy. Opie and self exploration. I realized that it's just better for me to have an assistant overrated all that independent. Yes, it's best that Brandon is site with close to my side would like Amir me. Yes. So I decided that independence is great. If you've, you know, but why push it. Why push something when I'm not good at it. And I have so many other strengths that I want to focus on. Right. That's really smart. So Brandon, let me take you back because I know you of how long have you been assisting me about three years almost three years? Okay. So that's not even that long. But before that he worked on Chelsea lately, reunion, Jonas. When you ask him was. I mean, I'm just confirming the story that I heard show. I don't know if you know how I met Mary originally on the show. No. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. I interview on the show, and then we went to some women's event, the next night, and we liked each other on the show because she was badmouthing her children and talking about, how knowing they were, and I was like I can respect that and then we went to that I forget what kind of event it was. But it was for women about women and how to be stronger and it was way before. I had the luxury not. How does frame it? It was a time where I didn't take with events like that seriously, as I should have I kind of was like, oh, God. Women talking about being powerful women. It's like just go be a powerful woman. Why do you have to talk about it all the time that was about ten years ago? So then she asked me if I smoked, and I said, sure, and she goes, oh, let's go out and smoke a cigarette. And I was like, okay great. We walked outside I handed her cigarettes because I quit. I can't do it, but please just blow the smoke into my face noise blow it into my tits wasn't. It goes long. Longer. Get more of your describing your tits as long right now. No, I'm saying I get the smoke experience for a longer period of time. Meaning, if you aim at my face, I always say Emmett my boobs, but that is how we became friends. I wanted hill. Your secondhand smoke cigarette. Right. I think I made a comment about drinking, and you're like cheers to that. And we were both on the same page with, like having a good time and not taking, you know Hollywood, too seriously. A relatively quick relationship. Yeah. I think we made a dinner plan that week anyway. So the relationship started from there, and I would like to introduce I in order to get a full landscape of our relationship, because our lives are very different. Your mother of three you're married. You know you take your responsibilities seriously. Well, yes, you're right. And I rush Catholic, you have a lot of, like Catholic guilty. You wanna do you like to show up and work hard and hustle, and be a good person. Yeah. Those thank you. Okay me. And I think that's coming. Climent. I'm not sure inseminate. Yes. Those are true, those true for the most part, I don't always do that. But that's my aim Brandon. Would you agree with? Have you noticed these things about Mary? Observe the same thing. Okay. Great. So I would say that, these are all the things that I would think of when I think of you. Great. That's nice. I sound pretty together. Yes. So I'm not together. I don't have a lot of response. I have responsibilities, but they're like man-made or you know, it's debatable. What kind of responsibilities I have, but I don't have children. And I like to get up and fly away and go on trips and impromptu vacations and stuff. So I have a different lifestyle that that's true. But I do think I mean, I think some people have kids, and they, they don't have a lot of responsibility. So I don't think the just the having kids makes it meaning I think you actually do have a lot of responsibilities and you sort of do show up a lot to things. And you say you're going to be there, you're there mean you get more done in one day than I do. Well, I don't know if that's true, but I like to show up when I say, I'm going to show up we're both like that. We don't like to blow things off. We're not fakey. Neither one of us are like that. No. And in this town, that's good because you're although we should be more flaky. I would argue if I just wanted to like, you know, I think you know what I'm talking about. And I think I have to learn a stronger lesson about not saying yes to people that are not necessary to hang out with I do that were well, I would argue that you do it, too. I suffer from that more people people pleasing. Yes, I suffer from that shut my friend, Sean calls at the Mary McCormack disease, because she thinks I won't look I suffer from it, and we'll never get over it. This is what I call the Mary McCormack when I if I ever see it again, I will call it that, but I haven't because almost nobody in the world does it is. She was at a party at a cocktail party sitting on a stool, kind of up are still talking to two men confidently and for a long time, like very confidently legs like you know in jeans, but open like played like a guy you do on a stool like a guy does on a stool. That's right. Right. Well, we're guys, basically, I mean, I would say I'm more masculine than feminine excluding these two juggernauts. Yes. And do you wanna finish shit? I you know, I mean, I don't know that there's that much relevance to the story. I don't know why I just call it a Mary McCormack, and I want people to know what his on because I made a fool me. So I looked after a longtime of chatting, I looked down, and I saw my vagina, my button on my jeans was still done, but the actual zipper was down. So there was just a triangle of vagina, vagina people care. And also, just vagina fat like little, you know, the flesh on the vagina could be what I call the pin cushion, you know what I mean. So and, and it was made more like pin cushion s with has the jeans was forcing it the. Yes. Like it was almost two poof out a bit. Yes. Like you would do something. If you wanted something to be poofy. I don't wear. Jonah was peacocking. I don't wear a lot of underwear. That's correct. Yes, she doesn't wear a lot of she doesn't wear underwear. Underwear yesterday. Why I don't know. I think you get used to having a thong of your house. Yes. You do it long. And right. That's like people who spin, and they're like, eventually, you can't feel the pain in your vagina. Guess what? I don't want to lose that pain. My other favorite. Mary McCormack story is when she was driving to Pasadena. And she carries a thermos with her long before it was cool or I didn't know they got cool. I like I like a coffee thermos. Yeah. And you were driving, and you texted me a picture. It wasn't a picture of what happened. But can you take us through that story? I'm just doing this, this acquisition, because I want people to know the glue that keeps us together. Is this the glue perhaps? Wow. I didn't know it was that. I'm happy to share. I mean it's I think, used think this is my most humiliating story. I don't think of it that way, that is completely resourceful. I'm proud of myself for how I handled it right? I mean it's not ideal. I wouldn't want it to happen again. I was driving, and I was in traffic, but really bad LA traffic, where I couldn't go left and I couldn't go, right, there was nowhere to turn the cars in front of me and backwards and all of a sudden I had to go to the bathroom and not number one had to shut. I should do be is what I call it. Yeah. But it was like my stomach for it to happen. That quickly. I was like, oh, this could be anything. I mean, I don't know what nature of should you be what's gonna come out? 'cause I just knew that something was about to happen, either in my clothes or I guess on the side of the road. I was in a full panic. I didn't know what to do. I couldn't go any, my hope for you would be the side of the road, but that would get arrested for that. I mean you can't just get out of your car and said, well, that's my hope for you. I would like Jesse next time in the Jo I think we already gave the story away by your leaning. But luckily, I had my thermos and I could see that if the if my car could sort of inch up even just two more feet, there's an alleyway I could get down. I couldn't turn down a real there's no real streets, but I could get down this alleyway. And so I, I managed to do that. Like I managed to sort of ride the curb a little and get down this alleyway, and then I pulled over, and I thought, what am I, I have to shit? But if I get out and do it in the alleyway there's windows like businesses looking down onto the alleyway. I'm gonna get in trouble. I'm going to get arrested or caught or and I don't know how long it's gonna take. I mean I might be I might be squatting. I don't know. And so I am emptied. My thermos car coffee coffee out out of the car. And I, I took the. I luckily I have shopping bags in my car paper, you know, grocery bags because your mom. Well, yeah because you should too. But anyway, then we'll Brandon does. I'm sure right. So I put garbage bags on my c and then I took the thermos I've doing turning motion with my hand because luckily, it's very thin Japanese thermos. And so the top is maybe like this, maybe an inch or inch and a half, two inches. Probably why. And I put it up to my but, but like tight a tight fit inside your but not quite in, but definitely in adjacent, like really close to end so that there could be no accident. And then I pooped into my thermos and then I screwed the top back on. I have wipes in my cars..
"mccormack" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Peter McCormack of wet bitcoin. Did welcome to crypto went to one, sir. Hello. Thank you for having me on your show. You could to speak to you. I'm looking forward to this. Absolutely, man. Good to speak to you. And well, you know, what I want to say that first before we get into you. I want to say that. I think you have the best name for any podcasts out there. Yeah. It's funny. It's funny. You should say that because at one point he felt quite restrictive because it was what bitcoin Dissa people felt like it should be a bitcoin only show and didn't realize where the name had come from. So when I started into your number going people, you know, there's some bitcoin as they were like, what are you doing? Why are you interviewing those people? This is about bitcoin, and they didn't know whether the name come from. So yeah, it's kind of kind of funny. I really like it because honestly, I never thought about being what big win bitcoin is being a bitcoin maximalist or just being bitcoin in general, but what bitcoin to like the world or just the start of the movement or restarted the space. That's how initially interpreted it. So I just thought it was really great name hope it it was also a kind of a personal story as well. Oh, a couple of things. Yeah. So back in December sixteen I was out of work. I'd had this advertising agency in London. I've told the story few times now, but I haven't had an advertising agency in London. Very successful is going very well had a big office like thirty five stall nearly three million turnover like growing, really really fast. Then I got married and then divorced very quickly. My marriage break-up really quickly is really quite dramatic. And yeah, it's okay. You know, it's one of these things now at the time it was awful. But because it what's come of. It can't be too upset about it because I've got a very different life now. But it collapsed very quickly. I didn't I wasn't going to work, and I pretty much had a year of work. And during that time, my mother got very sick. She had cancer, and we wanted to get Hazan's CBD oil to treat her and the only way we could get that was by blind bitcoin and buying the line. And so that was asking me about it. And I said, I know how to do this. So I went on Google for bitcoin found coin base. The bitcoin for mom to buy the SaaS to Saturday didn't work she passed away January of Lafayette, and I was stuck in Ireland during the week after she passed away and come back into this coin count because it had heart of a bitcoin left. And I wasn't sure what to do. And then also this theory thing I'd ever really heard of it. So I'll just turn around to data and said, look, I'll tell you what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna put some money into bitcoin. I'm going to buy some of this theory and stuff which was like nine dollars. So I bought a load of crypto. And then obviously, we know what happened in two thousand seventeen right? Yeah. Then let part of the way through the year. I was kind of like, I don't think come out to be a trader, I think I think needs to do something else. So I started writing and then my friends go to podcast. So he was like what are you doing podcast? So I I'll do a podcast, and I was at my friends in L A, and we would just sound terrace in Venice China way trying to come up with a name. I think I need to like is needs to be explained kind of like what bitcoin did for me. And he was like, okay. We'll just call it that. And I was like what he said just bitcoin did. And was like, oh, yeah. Yeah. That's kind of cool because it kind of two levels it works because it's like what it did to me. But it's also causing spawned this whole industry. So yeah, that's kind of where the name came from. Right. I'm meant. So I wanna say sorry about the divorce and sorry about your your your mum. Horrible, dude. Yeah. That was that was really bad really bad couple of years, actually..
"mccormack" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Three twenty six PM eastern time in Florida northeast eastern coast. Dow point sixty seven s and p twelve but the NASDAQ down thirty seven NASDAQ one hundred down thirty nine the socks down eleven. Caps are up small-cap a little transports only up twelve advance the clients on New York good twenty two to twelve on the NASDAQ down new highs actually has picked up a little bit today. But I'm looking at the list. I'll read the Tina second. I will tell you this. The NASDAQ was down about another ninety earlier when the Dow was only up about eighty and then the Dow rallied up to be about two thirty to forty and the NASDAQ was only down sixteen. So it took the Dow to be two hundred and forty that of the NASDAQ still be down sixteen and soon as the Dow pulled them again, we're only up one sixty nine right now, NASDAQ started sinking and very simply the only way to explain it to you is growth growth stocks on a bearish market right now in even the rally days in the Dow cannot lift them up. Amazon's the apples the latest news out of apple is they told suppliers to cut back on just on everything. And there is worry about they finally hit a wall on the high end now guess what through the years? There has been talk about apple hitting the wall. And then all of a sudden the wall gets broken down. But apple is definitively under pressure gap down last week followed through during the day down. Another six today was down eight earlier. And it said the semi suppliers things like that. And I'm going through my growth list today with the Dow up one seventy five as I speak. Amazon thirty eight Google Twenty-one Facebook another to apple six for starters. I can go through a lot more. But you know. Just a bunch of threes and fours throat a little eight done intuitive surgical Trade Desk, down six tell it doc down ten square down three. And what's doing today? You ready? IBM's up four and a half know why they announced three insiders bought some stock. One guy bought a million bucks? The other two two hundred and fifty thousand eight McDonald's is up three. That's a new yearly high McDonald's. Remember, we told you had a good reaction to the earnings even though sales were down seven percent. And just everything green in the Dow today except apple and like United techy knighted held the Biesen Exxon down just a smidge. Johnson and Johnson's up one and a half. Microsoft's bouncing a buck three. Proctor and gamble. A buck travelers a buck and change and with the new highlights ready for this Coca Cola. Coca Cola Europe. Mcdonalds Dr Pepper seven up. Dr pepper. I don't even know what the name isn't, Hormel, church and Dwight. Clorox McCormack consumer Staples. Some discount retailers of Ross stores in new yearly high. That's it. Oh and natural gas is at a new yearly high. U N G is the symbol. I have to look at the story on it. But big breakaway gap on natural gas. That would put more sanctions on Iran. I don't know if there's anything to do with that. I I I've yet to read it today. Now, what have I taught us throughout the years? Well, let me put it best. Dow's up one seventy NASDAQ down thirty six NASDAQ one hundred forty one what does that mean to you guys? Thank you. Parking money in the less risky areas and selling the risk. What does that usually mean for markets? Just keep that in mind. Not usually good. And by the way, some of this is what's led to what we've seen because all we talked about for months leading up to the real top on October was half the market was in bad shape. And once they started selling down the risk. And the Dow propped up that was party. Story. And as I'm looking at the up movers lily up foreign some truck news Clorox McCormack EPA. So just take your time careful. Every major index except the Dow is below the two hundred day moving average, no longer the fifty and let me just tell you every day below the two hundred is a bad day. And when I see the NASDAQ, NASDAQ one hundred lagging and badly. Not good. That's going to change. I promise you that's going to need to change. And I doubt it changes overnight. Vanass too. I think there's a chance we're going to go on a full-fledged bear market, absolutely. In order to go into a bear markets. The first thing that has to happen is major indices break the fifty day. And.
"mccormack" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast division of watch what happens. Live with me. Andy Cohen. Hey, everybody explosive episode of Orange County housewives tonight. Oh my God, Shannon lost her. For like thirty six minutes. I feel like of TV time. Which means it was much longer in Jamaica, right. Anyway. I mean. For some reason. I find it compelling when Shannon loses her sh- I don't know why. But maybe it's because I'm twisted. I don't know. So tonight we're going to analyze it all with Gina, our newest housewife and my old friend, Mary McCormack, wet love binged the entire season of Orange County over the last couple of days. So she gets a big award for that. That is an a. for effort. I love someone who prepares as opposed to the multitude of publicists who booked us on our show and say, oh my God, they love the housewives, and then the night of, I'm like, oh, so your house is fan before the show and they're like, oh, yeah, I know I don't really watch it, but I like to win Theresa flip the table, and then I go mental and then sometimes I call out the publicist for lying. Sometimes I just go nuts in the control room. By the way, when I go nuts, it's not like Steve Harvey telling people not to go in his dressing room nuts. It's playful nuts. Anyway, I'm on a big tangent. I'll see in the clubhouse. She was on the west wing and she thinks Shannon's the complainer in chief. It's watch what happens. Live with Mary McCormack and Gina curtian either. Now..
"mccormack" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose
"Kate the messaging mccormack managing of your vision and mission every single day and this is being that gets missed right because there is such a focus on the strategy tactics to do of the daily operations of the business everyone gets lost in it i all what are we doing today what are we executing what are we implementing but while we are getting work done we have to think about like how do we get work done here that's what culture is culture is how we get work done it's the way of being right so our jobs as leaders regardless of our title is to express that in everything that we do both in a formal way so formal being hayward not meeting let's talk about it let's reinforce it let's remind people of it literally every day every week and informal ways when we're in casual conversation when we're reminding someone of how we wanna do something or we're asking them for their opinion or giving them you know casualty back in even sort of that kind of concept of water cooler talk you're just kind of you know you know it's like texting right eight oh or messaging in your product management system you know it's like you're just hanging out it's you're still reinforcing culture in those moments and ownership to bring it full circle is something that lou limited in you know to a degree that i because now i've worked in you know fifty seventy companies in action so many cultures right but lululemon did this to a degree where they said this is your team this is your store this is your function department you own it run it as if it's your business your money you own the decisions and instead of asking for permission ask for forgiveness.
"mccormack" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Australia has a new deputy prime minister his name is michael mccormack and he made his name as a regional knees paper at say in the 1990s can middleton is the chief political correspondent at the saturday paper in canberra she joins me now karen who is michael mccormack i think once you believe actually bayne empowerment 2010 but he's kept it pretty consistently low profile he is atta fifty three fifty four years old i think he's from the town of wocka wocka in a state of new south wales on of our fabulously nine destroying in towns and he was a newspaper editor at the age of twenty seven sake with the youngest newspaper in the country at the time he has been administered the veteran's affairs and defence personnel most recently at junior ministry profile yet and he's now gaining a lot of protecting a little of controversial debate about an editorial he ran in 1993 that at that local newspaper talking about homosexuality describing it as soldered exciting that he was concerned about the prominence homosexuals were getting in the community and blaming them for aids and hiv he apologize for it subsequently and he keeps apologizing for it but these things don't tend to go away and it's getting a lot of attention now that he's in these newly prominent position karen you mention vis a controversial aditorial that he wrote condemning homosexuals do you get the sense that the apologies that he's issued around our sincere.
"mccormack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"10point gap and that vote to me it's the gap it's not the one that mr more one judge more one it's the gap yeah it's it's the gap into the president saying he's reached out to a judge more to congratulate him to talk to them for the first time seems like a good guy he said according to michael barr in a tweet a little earlier this morning it'll be interesting to watch what difference if he's elected of course and others a a and election against democratic challenger scheduled for a few months from now but what difference that might make to the balance of power in washington dc the cheer hawkish tinge michael mccormack i say yeah you'll just a little bit of a back and forth back and forth you see in five basispoint moving the 10year yield two point two nine percent in a set of other speakers and you wonder what the gentleman from minnesota we'll do in minneapolis mr kush that's right he scheduled to speak today st louis at present jim bullard into the fed governor lael brainard scheduled to speak at today so we'll see if what they have to say be reserved dovetails with what to the fed chair janet yellen said yesterday dna and being of its focusing a lot on on inflation and on and fled should david rosenberg riggles good comments yesterday thank you mr rosenberg gluskin sheff is supportive are canadian forum here at it bloomberg i i you got where's the beef where's the inflation that's still gotta be center live volatility the vix nine point eight three to be david that's a major story there's just no of other than under10 yeah it's a big deal yeah and any any indications to you as to why we've we've come in a little bit when it comes to volatility known i don't have any wiz demanded other than say across all esa classes it's there it has federal central bank related to genghis red sox continuing to watch this plant continuing to.
"mccormack" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello
"Close to get a medal here between here and tokyo and we go another one waiting in the wings sorest patterson israeli soldiers at the moment is a very good welsh where as well we have french them french and the two mccormack's equality boxes the bernie lads wellschooled hungry kids lil rascals campus got to be said earlier that that goes with the territory with these guys that can or fawzi yet eased you know he is doing the right thing of their their head coach graham so middle white light heavy and and heavy may which it gets a wits ago and chevonne clot in theory three of the more bizarrely more inexperienced again we have a young team of a young poet but not the babies in attain bizarre narrowing ben which a gift for me he will probably end up at lightheavy isn't midweight at the moment extremely talented kit from wolverhampton very good indeed ben which kit technique boys he's going to be shot in the book is very good indeed and as you say is young east inexperienced but even these guys ease like a spongy absorbs zoeldy the information that you giving him and it loves to train hard sessions whatever some which ago heart again the sparring he gets which chevron clock is is wonderful to see and chevron at heavy weight i mean this right he gave he's lost his tishenko now the olympic champion from russia lost him twice each fight steve the will one was this retail leads a yet it's easy really pushing the olympic champion and he you've got a very inexperienced international boxing chevron i'll tell you what he's going to be some kitties several if it is sometimes is too easy for us to neglect.