18 Burst results for "Meighan"
"meighan" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"A disc when i buy a disk. I take it home. I watched the bonus. Material i rip it. I watched the bonus material and it could be years before. I actually watched. Okay all right. Well so i get my suppose lineup neat so i have watched it. And it's been a very long time since i watched it but Yeah it's it's a it's a fun film. Yeah i it's surpr- like you. It surprised me when this came on. I thought well. I have to watch this because this name is so awful and it starts off so cliche and so poorly acted particularly meighan. Debbie debbie You know cute eighties. Though she is i i didn't look her up but somehow i don't think her acting career went anywhere it. Didn't you think this is gonna be so bad but if it once it gets going it's just it's just clever enough to keep you watching it. Yeah and then when he mentioned the trump and they're like the the after initial contact with clowns are our Our hero and heroine escape and the clowns are close behind them. And and how did they track them. Of course they take some balloons out. They make a balloon dog and they use that to sniff them and run after them. And you hear little dog park and stuff like that. Oh that was brilliant. Yeah i saw that. It was like oh. that's perfect. What else are they going to do. Oh the popcorn is is a tracing tracking more tracking stuff turns into monsters seeds for baby clowns. I'm not exactly. Yeah baby monster things and you know when they get shot they don't kill them the coon them and what cotton candy i. It's great yeah. Yeah or the balloons or or the balloons. All the clones. Come out of a tiny car. Yeah oh yeah the i we should while we're on it let's see We have the you mentioned. The balloon dog They they do a puppet show for what we i draw. Then shoot him They show up at the door with pizza delivery right beautiful very miserable shot. Yes yep yeah also candy gram right kindergarten. And there's the shadow puppet that the dinosaur eats all the people the bus stop. Yeah yeah silly. Straw sucking blood. Out of a cocoon. That's a hell of silly straw. I lo- that's silly. That would that would require some serious pressure though. You're likely to lose your louisiana drums for that one. Yeah yeah but good couple inches of mercury on that one. But i think my favorite one has got to be the little tricycle that pulls up to the biker gang soon a little clam list of the clowns these eight nine ten foot tall giants but the but this little clown pulls up in a tricycle this motorcycle gang and he he brings up and you know the big bad guy comes up to him and can i ride your bike. Can a hawk beeped. Orange your knee and that he smashes the bike and then on the and and you know little cow cries and all what you could do in con jumps up and comes back with. Boxing goes on or you could not my blood off and bam head goes flying. He does. I love that scene. Garbage can basket yup. I think we're good with this one.
"meighan" Discussed on You Choose You Now
"Ourselves and in doing that shifting the narrative that we're sharing with our films i want to shift any unhelpful narratives because they all from the past they served up parents at the time and we're in a different generation different time in the world now and it's time to create our new narratives to inspire our children now. You're a mother of three gorges. Children what you want to teach them as they grow. Oh my goodness. I doesn't along. What do i want to teach them meighan. Well some of the things would be around being a person who who gives and serves. You know we're talking. Not always putting others i i feel volunteering giving back to our community very important opportunity to i. That's something my husband. And i role model every day in in in a variety of ways because that fills us up yes you all's us And it's like ignites some of the passion inside of us you know. Do our children have to carry on the same ways that we do know but there is that much That understanding we have been given many gifts and we have offered to pay those forward. So that certainly one of the things that i would teach i would also say like i'm a big believer of listening to what makes you feel good and doing work that makes you feel good and feel fulfilled unhappy on not just a job that pays the bills are and i know that's not always sometimes at early stages of your career. You just have to make money but if you can align more closely shoe those things that make you feel really good. You're you're going to serve in. You're going to work and help more people in a bigger way if you're feeling good i'm so i talked to them a lot about that because i do love what i'm doing and i am doing work though i love and i'm showing them that. It may not be a traditional thing that you hear about often but they can find their own way. They can make their wrong path. Now because knowing your passion moines spies you. It's like me as a tea shop. If i enjoy what. I'm teaching the children. Send used by it naturally and then they go on to inspire others with it. But if you've gone attached to you're gonna energy's gonna come across and doesn't if you sell for anybody else but there are jobs be happy be you and find the right fit to be aligned with yourself shoes. Say the other thing that i that i would say from the very beginning of time with my kids is that knowledge and understanding that this vehicle body that they're in is truly precious and you know we all make mistakes. We're all gonna choose some junk food in our lives and frequently in our lives but doing our best to to fuel our body and take care of our body entreated it well that is a huge message in our house around fueling the fuelling sales with good foods and understanding that. I've never been a person that said you know. You can't have any of these bad things..
"meighan" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Exactly how would these troopers suspect that there are undocumented immigrants who have the virus in any given vehicle. How would it trooper. Being able to determine i i would. I don't know jank. I feel like there. Would this would require quite a bit of a racial profiling. No no troopers can just seeing to a car. And who's meighan are not having nine to their race or their appearance and on top of that they have an amazing visual cova detect detector too. I believe that person has co vid They might not even be sick yet. But i can tell. Because they're latino. I mean i mean how would you know it's the muslim certainly i've ever heard I if you pulled over ambulances maybe that's more logical sick people inside ambulances but random cars. Okay you're telling me you know that they're migrants. Plus you know that they're sick. I just literally have no idea how you know that this part is the that's made up. That's their excuse right The migrant part is over latinos the real. And look here. I'll give you one example. Let's say cop indexes sees me driving one car and sees anna driving and other car. Let's go to the white shot. Okay so who do you think he might pull over if he's looking for latino migrants Who might have coped well. I don't know sometimes sometimes people say look like latina. Like.
"meighan" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"This injustice helps explain why before the online metoo movement could offer both anonymity and strength in numbers so few women were willing to come forward to name but was plainly happening. All around us so delivering justice for survivors requires a functioning and balanced legal system. One that protects certainly the rights of accused but then also protects the rights of survivors and is free from discrimination and stereotypes about women and as a first step we recommend that governments need to ensure that adequate legal protections are in place in every country three years into this movement an astounding fifty countries. Still have no prohibitions on sexual harassment in the workplace and even where there are laws prohibiting sexual abuse on the books too often. they're written in a way that prevents justice for women so the us has an important role to play through diplomacy with foreign assistance programs in working to change some of those laws around the world. Megan are there any specific policy changes. It will be high on your to do list. And you like to see the biden administration tackle. I like to always say that. All activists know a key question in policy is. Show me the money you know. It's essentially an unfunded mandate right if we if we say who ray for girls and women they deserve to have equal rights and we don't actually then change how we deliver international assistance right now. Less than one penny of every dollar of global foreign assistance goes to women's organizations organizations working on women's rights which seems perilously low considering. We're talking about half the population. There's been a big move to actually start to change how. Us aid funds. This kind of work. A lot of resources right now. Go through really large contractors. You know. there's been a big push to try to change that so that more local leader driven organizations use the women that are in the community. They know the context trusted. They're not going anywhere when a contract dry up they're going to be there there for the long haul there. A great bet the best bang for the buck is to really invest in these women yet. We don't do it you know. And so that's gonna require some reform. And i would just say in terms of countries that i write about in the middle east north africa region. You know when. I think about the regime in egypt or even you know. Recently we had high level officials in dc from the kingdom of saudi arabia. You know we haven't really done enough as americans to try to link some of our military assistance and other aid to human rights issues particularly around women's rights rate. So you know maybe we need to have some tougher conversations and really think about some some conditionality of aid to make sure that for example women in saudi arabia that were advocating for the right to drive art jailed and tortured as was alleged in the case of jane. Hathloul or like we write about in the book. Egypt activists like mohsin hasan continued to be on travel ban. You know her assets were frozen and she was actually officially charged with the irresponsible attempt to liberate women. This is literally a formal charge that was entered against her. Lo and behold the biden administration continues to give substantial aid to the cc resume. So there's a place here to negotiate. We don't pretend that there aren't other geopolitical concerns that are obviously critical importance with both of those countries that i just talked about. But there's certainly some space to start to change how we do business and try to put women's rights more into the.
"meighan" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"On this front to address the issue of harassment rape violence against women in the broader set of of women's rights. Issues where already seeing considerable movements. Which in our view is responsive to this collective power that we've seen from so many women raising their voices here in the us and also around the world not just recently. The president issued an executive order which really starts with leading by example in calling for a stronger harassment policy to guide the federal government's own handling of these issues and promoting diversity and inclusion across the federal government. We've also seen the department of education began a review of rules under title nine which is a federal law prohibiting discrimination education to revise a.
"meighan" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Campaign continued to grow in twenty fifteen the hashtag that went viral all across brazil was called mayo primero co which translates to my first harassment. And what was fascinating. Is that brazilian activists used not only social media and hashtags to campaign and mass women they also use digital technology to help visualize electronically the pervasiveness of harassment and assault creating a platform. So that women could post the location of assaults on a map in real time so that folks couldn't say that this was a problem in any one area or anyone neighborhood you can see that it was truly stomach affecting women in the workplace and at home in. How would that compare to what you found in china. You know china was fascinating in part because of the censorship that in many places stymied women from being evolved to protest in the street certainly but also organiz online and women were incredibly not only courageous creative in ways that they found to get around censorship. Initially feminist activists would organiz performance art stunts. That they knew would go viral on social media such as twenty twelve valentine's day protests in bloody wedding dresses to highlight the scourge of domestic violence in marriage or a subway performance to protest harassment and groping on public transportation. And what was fascinating to see. Is that technology was used in some cases to circumvent censorship so women used emoji pictures images to get around bands on texts so to make sure that the hashtag metoo could spread knowing that that texts for metoo would be banned. They chose to use an emoji of a race. Bowl pronounced me and Image of a bunny pronounce to to get around the sensors and there's widespread assessment that women were evil because of their numbers to overwhelm sensors in away. Really not seen since the channahon massacre back in one thousand nine hundred eighty s swigging. Could you tell us a little bit about what you found. Let's say in. Nigeria nigeria's really fascinating sample. How women are using technology. In circumstances that i think american readers often don't see depicted at least not in the press women in the northern partner..
"meighan" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Welcome to the president's inbox a see if our podcast about the foreign policy challenges facing the united states. I'm jim linzie director studies at the council on foreign relations. This topic is the global metoo movement with me discussed the impact of the metoo movement across the world. Rachel vogelstein in megan stone. Rachel is a douglas dillon. Senior fellow and director of the women in foreign policy program at the council on foreign relations and a professor of gender in us foreign policy at georgetown law school rachel's director policy in senior adviser in the office of global women's issues at the state department under secretary of state. Hillary rodham clinton megan is an adjunct senior fellow in the women foreign policy program. At the council she join. Cf are after serving as an entrepreneurship fellow at the harvard. Kennedy school shorenstein center from two thousand fourteen. Two thousand seventeen meeting was president of the malala fund where she worked to empower goes globally to learn lead without fear rachel in megan or co authors of the book awakening me too in the global fight for women's rights which was released today and megan. Thank you very much for joining me. Thanks for having us. Thank you so much. Let me begin. Rachel in megan by congratulating you on the publication of awakening. It's getting rave reviews. Publishers weekly called it. I opening global tour women's activism in the wake of the metoo movement kurkish views says it's an inspiring overview of burgeoning women's movements a fresh perspective on continued challenges to women's lives for any writer. Those have gotta be dream review so again congrats. I'm sure curious. What led you to write the book in. What are you hoping to accomplish with ab racially. You could take the first crack short you know. Most people know about the metoo movement that swept across the united states in twenty seventeen awakening tells the story that you don't yet know about the remarkable global impact of the metoo movement which has spread to over one hundred countries around the world. What we found in our travels is that what started as an online campaign against sexual harassment has triggered the most widespread cultural reckoning on women's rights and history. So we knew this was a story that had to be told so maybe megan you can give us a sense of how you've gone about telling that story..
"meighan" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast
"Balanced right. We're trying to be smart about it. We We hired a head hunter to help us find new business manager. Even on the cost of that is very high. But it's just. It's a critical thing for rest hippie growth milestones that that we're looking for it will let us pair. Employees better will be able to offer better benefits. It'll create jobs in your as so that's why ultimately we decided to off for us that finally here and if these growth strategies with your employees before you took them on did they know you wanted to expand the company. And how did they feel about that. Yes i talked to every employee every morning. So you know. I come in probably an extra hour before i would need to accept. I like to go through my entire shots and say good morning. Everyone and i keep them up to date on the things that we're working on in what what. I'm trying to do to help. Better their jobs better the company and they've they've got a ton of buying they believe in the strategy set. Were applying that it's risky. I believe incredible. Transparency we share financial results all of our choice whether they like it or not. sometimes they helped me. it's too boring. They don't wanna look at. But i think that having that transparency helps us get the buy in for for the employees to the on board for the things that we're trying to do because it's not always easy right. Sometimes we bring in new jobs that are difficult challenging or we ask them to support us in overtime when we needed a doing certain things and other a lot more supportive because i think they understand the ultimate goal is the same for all of us grow improve company. That good chemistry has to be important. Isn't any part of that too. Is you have to have the right people in your company and can be challenging. Sometimes you bring in the wrong person and you have to make sure you fix that because you know one one bad person in your facility can really drag down the whole place that i. That's something that's really really important is in. You almost have to be slow to hire quick to fire so then you're trying to bring in the right person. Also you're not keeping people around that are that are dragging down right. Well i think that is almost about all the time we have We appreciate you so much for coming onto the show huge insight for all of our listeners. Think you i you know anything to be involved with clarkson. I'm happy to do it. So i appreciate having awesome. Thank you so much you very much. It was nice to talk to. And your insight was great. Thank you guys. Thanks for listening. I'm rob and i'm alex cnx time..
"meighan" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast
"They knew in some cases there are companies that the in place don't know what's for sale can make it challenging but i would say i would always recommend before you purchase a company if you're going to be depending on key employees which you probably are. You need to meet with those people and they need to know what's going on before you finalize the deal because knowing that you can trust those people and knowing that those people really happy experienced to support you when you come in and take over the business to me is very important and for success because a lot of times when you come into a new company especially if they're struggling if things are disorganized and you can't get started quickly may go out of business before you get started the what. So what other important information do you think that if you went back in time to ask yourself tell yourself what do you think you would. What advice would you give to yourself or a student. That's looking to acquire a company or business. Yeah i mean a lot of the things that i told you that i did. I'm happy i did. Because i think i'm sitting here now and not on the streets somewhere but you know one thing that i i probably would have pull myself is. I probably would have investigated product lines. A little bit deeper than i did Probably now knowing some of the challenges that i worked on a hollywood structured things a little differently in beginning. Because i thought that i was going to be better at sales and acquiring new customers and it's turned out to not be my best quality and so in i now that i understand how critical acquiring customers out how important that is even though i knew it was important. It's more important than boss. I would have allocated. Probably more of my budget's that more quickly. If i could do it again right. Wars some growth strategies you used with this business with a different from ones who were using in.
"meighan" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast
"Generally i got little or no training and it was just always sinker swim. So had i had built this confidence over time that you know if i just throw myself into something i will figure it out. You know sorry about that. A you know all those positions because like you went through everything so i feel like you definitely had that understanding of like How everything runs in how to like. I guess include everybody in that process. Yes and i will say it was a little bit of a false sense of confidence and i probably. I don't know that i would have done it. Had i known how challenging it would would be In the beginning. But i had a lot of experience a lot of positions but there were some things that that i certainly didn't realize and i need more help in running this company than i thought that i would. But that's okay. Because i i've always tried to maintain the humble mentality of i understand the things that i'm not good at what i don't know how to do and so i'm finding health from other people on those things that i'm not an expert. So talking about the stresses of like a company or starting a company. Managing it What are some unexpected things that you ran into some Like when you first purchased. Accompany mike how you dealt with. Yeah i mean the the biggest surprise unexpected thing that happened was the process of purchasing..
"meighan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They've outscored Mavericks 56 to 27 this half believe him. Roy and Jim Barnett on Warrior radio break finished back. Are you a nerd? I could be a bigger nerd over a finished with a career high 40 the dubs finish with a 1 47 1 16 win, Dallas says Now Drop seven. Evade the Blazers one in Philly 1 21 105 without uninjured. Damian Lillard, Trey Young Miss the Hawks. 1 12 91 home loss the Jazz with a calf injury and the Lakers dump the Nuggets won 14 93. Then LeBron criticized the league and the union for choosing to hold an All Star game next month in Atlanta during a pandemic College poops number one Gonzaga 76 58 Women at Pacific and Number seven Ohio State in 89 85. Women at Number eight Iowa, The Buckeyes scored 38 points, so the final 14 plus minutes college football. Clemson, giving offensive coordinator Tony Elliott extension through 2025 plus a raise to $2 million annually. Deke awarded her. Brent Venables is the highest paid assistant in the nation at 2.4 million Uly in the NHL last night. The Hurricanes five game win streak ended in Chicago +64. The Rangers beat the Capitals for two. Patrick Meighan, a scored his first goal as a blue jacket and a 43 win over Dallas and across the Atlantic some travel issues in the Champions League. The German government will not let Liverpool play at roast beef Leipzig in two weeks. No flights relab from the UK because they're battling a new covert variant. It upto Leipzig to find a neutral site. With Liverpool reportedly declining to host this game than playing the second leg at Leipzig to get back to you this past summer when Morales was a huge international soccer fan for about the three weeks during the summer that nothing else was being played. He thought that RB Leipzig like Red Bulls, RB stood for roast beef like the Arby's restaurant. So now you know now RB Leipzig is roast beef like music to us forever. Remember those three weeks where you were huge into the Buddhist Lida Look hot out. I had a bar my backyard When not to put on that TV. There was nothing better than soccer and eggs in the morning. Get me back there. What was your team? I forgot. I gotta be honest with you waiting. No mourning for a hot dog soccer cannon And And? And and and.
"meighan" Discussed on Dreamer Talks
"Okay. So. This this touches on our much bigger subject, but just for a second. I think a big motivator in life a big a big gum. Direction a good way to give you an idea of where you should go and life in a more general broad sense is thinking about the perspective of if you're thinking about your eight year old self now ninety or ninety year old self. Now in your older version, are you going to be happy and proud with these decisions do these decisions? And we're talking big life decisions. Big overall general decisions do the align with your values and the type of person you want to be. So I applied that with my decision. I I really thought about it like I was really thinking to myself. Okay. Okay. When I'm in my eighties. Am I GONNA REGRET Not Joining Meighan, regret not going through this experience of decision. And I and was weighing up the pros and cons, and of course, there are definitely cons and for myself I came to the conclusion that. The. Possibility of that feeling of regret. In a not going through that experience I was twenty one at the time. Twenty one going decision process And I was thinking okay. If I'm twenty, two, twenty, three, twenty, four how much? How long have I going to put off this decision to a point where I won't be able to do any more it's a type of thing that there's no good time. There's just doing it. and. So that was definitely a big motivator and it is a continues to be a big motivator motivator in my life. The feeling of mortality feeling of life is short and I see life you know God willing I'll live a long life but let's say an eighty year timespan. There's only so many years I have to spend on. Achieving and doing the things I think are important to do in this limited short life we have I have. So yeah..
"meighan" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"And I was kind of forcing it. You know it was kind of forcing it and say man, I would get frustrated I didn't have the patience and it takes time you know to be able to master into play at a certain way and the style music that was playing at that time I was trying to adjust to that and I was to use at school you know and they're like, no, you gotta play like this and this and that or whatever I I just got frustrated and left it. I'm like I'm good at writing I'm just GonNa stay writing you know. Not, now let me ask you this. Of growing up what was some of the first rap that you got introduced to like who who were some of the artists and who possibly did you hear it from? Was It on the street? was a brother was a friend. How did that come about care for us? Kid Frost Frost. This. RASA. Yes. They're actually my dad. My Dad is a big fan of for us. shoutouts care for us you don't and. He's a big fan of Kapros and I remember being in a car with him and he would. He was bumping it this Rasa you know and he would be all into. He'll be looking at me. You know singing the seeing the the Ryan's you know and smiling that was his song you don't. and. So I was like, all right yeah. Because I never other than that. He'll be listening to a lot of oldies are Spanish music. So when this came on, he was like, hi, just you know he was really filling himself in I would like man this is cool to see my dad like that. You know so I'm interested. So I just started gravitating towards a lot of a lot of rap and hip hop or whatever. But I never really knew what artists who are, what's the name of the song was or nothing I just remember like I listened to a song of or if I'm going through some tapes or whatever, and I hear song I like just put just keep repeating it and and try to learn the words and then I would I would try to you. Know I'll get a stick in embraced like to talk about the size of Meighan being the backyard and pretend like I'm that artist you know and I'll be like you know my uncle ruin had built a a stage right on the side of the the garage in the backyard. So it had like two steps going up and it was one of the stage it was all wood and then it was actually in the middle of it was a a big. Avocado tree. So. So so that's where me and my cousin hang out and stuff, and I was kind like the leader of the pack. Always you know when everybody will go to my grandma's house and I'll be the perform you know and and and resume because we'll be the pretty much the crowd you know. So, so that's that's how I started and when you would perform you just wrap all the lyrics. Yeah I would pretend that I was reading the song that was playing or whatever, and I would try to do moves or whatever, and if I got to watch a video I would I would try to mimic that you know. And that's even we're ody's to like sometimes, I. When I was younger, I used to feel like man I want to sing you don't WanNa. Learn how to sing but I just I never took it seriously either you know I never really got into it or whatever I feel like I don't have the type of voice. Maybe. I just don't have it in because you gotta sing from the Gut and from the from the tongue or whatever they say. But a lot of people tell me like they're like bro You have like a, what's it called? What's the word? Dow Tone Dow tone voice like. A deep or whatever. So he's like you could be like a like like a is Lee brother style type of singer you know. And I'm like Shit I mean that would be nice. Sounds Nice. But to be able to actually you know to to actually execute something like that. I don't I just never seen it happening I never tried it never gave it a try. Okay. Now. What year was it that you went to medical and about how old were you? When I went to Mexico's ten. Okay. Yeah. I was saying it was actually a January. It was actually January. January. Okay. You don't remember what five ninety five. Okay. Now not the reason why is because? When you went to psychotic. What he bumping any reputable your. Was Pretty much the same thing that were bumping here yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Now, can you remember if any? What was the hottest song outer during that time? Not Okay actually. Control Much Okay control much yet. In. The name of the song was aw oh, my God, the name of that Song was control or something like that and. It was a plane on a cassette. and. It just kept playing and it was pretty popular. You know it lasted for at least eight months were everybody was bumping their song. Dhamma Dummies I'm at all power. In moderate something like that you know and it was like going throw much added I was a group. And I don't know any name sitter to the songs or whatever. But I was listening to them after that and another artist listening to a lot was acquitted. Backward with here I was listening to him a lot as will. Also into my now you know I like a lot still to this day. According to Yeah. So even when I work out, you know and I got my headphones on put some, you know put someone on or whatever well I really listen to rap Brown on his leader. Of course, I have to make time to listen to rap.
"meighan" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"meighan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To have you on board for this hour of money. Power will be a dandy. Gene pastula will be joining us in just a tiny bit, Gino. The call brilliant guy super guy and a lot of fun to have on the show. He'll be talking about stuff like annuities and insurance and all kinds of stuff and a lot of people don't wanna hear about. But will force it down your throat. Just kidding. He's going to do a great job. I'm gonna talk to Johnny dean about von ladders. I as I said to the TV viewing audience a couple of minutes ago. Yes, this article I read forget von ladders for now CD ladders pay higher rates. And so I said just for the heck of it. What if you had a ladder of Migros? Would you even get a higher rate than the ads are that question was, but I'm drum roll? Yes. Thank you. At least according to your research ladder of Meighan. It'd be good name for a ban, wouldn't it? Oh, yeah. Ladder of my good Langlade sports arena. Come on down. My multi year, guaranteed annuity them. The yes annuity. It was said, and it should be said. And so many people just get it wrong. Because of the terminology that they think Michael Fink wrote something called the annuity puzzle. Or was it one of the other propeller? This motion Levski one of them talked about the the annuity puzzle. It wasn't the the annuity puzzle. Was you know, some jigsaw? It was unpushing by the fact that these things produce rates of return, and income strategies and help you actually create a better retirement scenario. But I'm puzzled by the fact that nobody wants to buy them. Everybody wants the guarantees that you get in the income and the higher rates, but I'm puzzled that no I'm not puzzled all by it. Because when a billionaire goes out and spends all kinds of money advertising that they're bad in the fees are high, by the way, drives me crazy. But I start today with this Americans financial happiness hits a new high long running index shows what is that all about sit back folks, relax..
"meighan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Moves that have you on board for this hour of money. Power will be a dandy. Gene pastula will be joining us in just a tiny bit, Gino, the Bandon brilliant guy super guy and a lot of fun to have on the show. He'll be talking about stuff like a new ities and insurance and all kinds of stuff and a lot of people don't wanna hear about. But will force it down your throat. Just kidding. He's going to do a great job. I'm going to talk to him. Johnny dean about bond ladders as I said that the TV viewing audience a couple of minutes ago. Yes. This article I read forget von ladders for now CD ladders pay higher rates. And so I said just for the heck of it. What if you had a ladder of Migros, would you even get a higher rate and the answer that question was but drum roll? Yes. Thank you. At least according to your research ladder of Meighan. It'd be good name for a ban, wouldn't it? Oh, yeah. Ladder of my good play sports arena. Come on down. Mike multi-year guaranteed annuity. Yes annuity. It was said. And it should be said, and so many people just get it wrong. Because of the terminology that they think Michael Fink wrote something called the annuity puzzle. Or was it one of the other propeller? It's motion Levski one of one of talking about the the annuity puzzle. And it wasn't the the annuity puzzle. Was you know, some jigsaw? It was I'm puzzled by the fact that these things produce rates of return, and income strategies and help you actually create a better retirement scenario. But I'm puzzled by the fact that nobody wants to buy them. Everybody wants the guarantees that you get in the income and the higher rates, but I'm puzzled that nobody I'm not puzzled at all by it. Because when a billionaire goes out and spends all kinds of money advertising that they're bad in the fees are high, by the way, drives me crazy. But I start today with this Americans financial happiness hits a new high long running index shows what is that all about sit back folks, relax..
"meighan" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Lebron James and the Los Angeles Lakers have been officially eliminated from postseason competition. Lebron James was quoted as basically a, you know, a tweeting or Instagram. I don't know what it was. But he basically made a promise to lake nation that you know, what this will not continue the trend will be broken. I'm paraphrasing because I don't have her directly in front of me doesn't matter. Here's the point that I wanted to make the LeBron James I will come to his defense all day every day in terms of people really going at him excessively and unnecessarily questioning his commitment to excellence, whether ninety wants to win etc. Etc. I think that's unfair to him. I think he deserves better than that the way the men in which he takes care of himself as body and the whole bit. The condition that he puts forth the way that he performs on the field on a court of play. He goes out there and competes every night, give them credit where Credit's due disrespect it three time champion and four time league MVP Mubanga way played all eighty two games last year who bought way should have been sitting down weeks ago and has been playing and showing up to entertain the fans staple center beyond. Let's give credit with creditors. Doing that regard. Having said that. Let me say this the broad James. You don't get to say. The playoffs as if that's all we're talking about here. Let's understand that LeBron James has one mission in the eyes of lake nation. That's the deliver a chip. Elgin, Baylor retired in seventy two longtime Laker failed to deliver a championship in seventy two. He had an opportunity to do so retired earlier on in that season. They ended up winning the championship the loan championship in the career Jerry Westwood the Los Angeles Lakers if I remember correctly, here's the deal. Outside of Elgin, Baylor every single marquee, Los Angeles. Laker dating back to the fifties. Forty. Fifties has delivered a chip from George Meighan, two Wilt Chamberlain, Jerry West to herb imagine Johnson, today's worthy to.
Implementing first-ever global migration pact must involve public and private sector push
"This is Matt wells at UN news. Well, the private sector and civil society working in tandem, hold the biggest promise for making the first ever global compact on migration, a success for the countries who signed up, let's see opinion of topic Yussef the director of the Brookings Institution at Doha center in Qatar think tank focusing on this issue economic and political issues facing the Middle East more than one hundred and sixty governments adopted the non-binding packed at the two day conference in Marrakesh Morocco. Mr. Yussef who was a panelist there said helping migrants integrate into host communities need governments and businesses to work together. Speaking to Moustapha are Gamal in Marrakesh, Mr. Yussef explained how adoption of the compact boosts migrant rights around the world, today's dialogue focused on the role of partnerships and the role of innovations and translating a lot of the principals and the ideas contained in the pump and twenty -ality principles that emphasize. The economic empowerment of migrants that protection their safety the the need to gather information about flows about the numbers, the need to integrate them into society to the financial system into the training and education sectors. All of this cannot and will not be done by governments. It is too complex and too demanding a set of objectives and hints it is going to be the private sector and civil society. Whether it's nonprofits foundations community organizations. City governments all of them combined. And in fact, I would say they are already doing it. They're doing it. And a lot of my receiving countries for migrants, they're doing it in the field of employment training legal services healthcare. It's precisely those sets of initiatives partnerships and innovations in how we worked together to sort of the Meighan community that in my humble opinion, hold the biggest promise for what can be done after the adoption of this important compact are there any miss practices that would come to mind taken on by the private sector in regard to migraine financial inclusion of migrants, hyper an important area of interest and focus. It is precisely that technology developers working with startups in the financial. Services industry, and with other motor stab companies that are now offering solutions for migrants to become more integrated in the financial system to access banking accounts to be able to save and more importantly from the perspective of sending countries to able to also transmit remittances at at lower cost and to do this efficiently and to do it without all the traditional bureaucratic procedures, which either migrants are frightened bioch- don't have access to. So to the extent that the private sector is leading with innovations in the space of technology. They are already playing a bigger role than they should be encouraged and incentivize to do even more the private sector can advance their role further, you know, got chain, but us off communists, and trade unions and big large comp corporations that are employers who should. Adopt standards for worker safety fully income protection for non-discrimination and a host of things that will make migrants feel more. Welcome more protected and allow them to contribute, positively to the wellbeing not only of themselves and their families, but to their communities and to the countries that receive them in the countries that send them missile turkeys a few are based on the yes. It's known that the Gulf states in particular, the have this guarantor system, if how would that work now after the adoption of that global compact for migration, I think the adoption of the blowback comeback was further reinforced some of the very positive and promising initiatives that have been taken by a number of Gulf countries to liberalise a number of systems in place. That's regulate and tightly managed and maybe are seen as being overly burdensome for migrant workers in my humble opinion. Some of the initiatives already underway in number of countries to liberalise, the migration regime, and to to to prevent some of the practices that have become a a source of concern and criticism will be further reinforced countries will who have not adopted some of these initial steps. I would face now pressures to replicate what others have done and to do so in an orderly transparent way through legal processes, but we'll see a private sector. They're playing old and also a nongovernment sector, helping to disseminate information make would aware of their rights and the new system in place have been some also initiatives that have helped provide protections for workers incomes in a number of countries. He saw governmental let but they also have it acquired and have received the support of the private sector banks and financial services companies telecoms, for example, all of them. I think I think this Compaq by providing international legitimacy to migrant rights. Migrant needs will further incentivize governments and pushed them across the world. But especially in the countries that are were they are disproportionately represented, especially in the Gulf to do the right thing to move in the right direction and to complete the steps that that taken so far. So we've seen number of countries who refuse to come and sit at the table on the compact, what do you think of that? I think it's mixed but sense, given the polarization that migration as a phenomenon as a process as as I said about comes has created in a number of political context around the world right now just in America. But also in Europe, and in other developing countries, there is a backlash against no just globalization. But also the movement of of people now and given the emotions of right-wing political. Parties and their ascendants, and how they've contaminated political discussion on migration, it would only be natural that some governments will feel that elected hesitant or a fully find themselves against the objectives. And the aspirations of this compact, this might be temporary phenomena migration is has been around for a very long time. It will continue to be our round it will outlive. Many of the governments in place that have rejected this compact, and I think that extend that the world has come together. Now in the numbers in the strength and has adopted a set of very important principles and guidelines other countries will join ultimately at some point.