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Gap Backs Away From Old Navy Split

CNBC's Fast Money

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Gap Backs Away From Old Navy Split

"The breaking news in retail the gap APP scrapping plans to spin off old navy. Shares are jumping on the news. Let's get right Courtney. Reagan with the breaking details. Courtney Hi Ryan so gap INC is reversing its decision vision to spin out old navy into its own publicly traded company it's also increasing its guidance for full year and giving us some leadership updates and pretty surprise announcement just in the last asked our so shares popping. After hours on the news. They were higher by almost eleven percent. Pulled back a bit here but just two months ago gap INC announced. Co or PEC was out at that that time. The company said that old Navy spinoff was still going to happen. The separation was first announced at the end of February two thousand nineteen and germ CEO. Robert Fisher said quote while the objectives of the separation remain relevant or board of directors has concluded the cost and complexity of splitting into two companies combined with softer business performance. mentz limited our ability to create appropriate value from the separation gap INC and now expecting fiscal full year sales and calms to come in. At the higher end of the previous guidance guidance range earnings they now will come above what they had guided you because of better promotional levels during the holiday season especially at old navy gap inc his those still looking for a new. CEO In in the meantime the currency of Banana Republic Mark Breitbart will lead gap banana athletic and the other specialty brands so as a group and then Sonia single will continue to lead old navy current gap brand. CEO Nilfisk. He's leaving so still a lot of moving parts in the surprise announcement Brian. But no longer separating out into two publicly traded companies just one under gap INC according to Reagan. Big Big news there. Thank you very

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IDC reports Apple set to gain 13% of Windows 7 upgrades as Microsoft ends support

Mac OS Ken

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

IDC reports Apple set to gain 13% of Windows 7 upgrades as Microsoft ends support

"Week could be a big week for the MAC or are the start of big things anyway. Nine to five Max has Microsoft officially stopped support for windows seven yesterday. That's over a ten year run for the operating system which the peace says helped Microsoft rebound from the disaster that was windows Vista. Nothing in the piece. He says how many businesses are still using windows seven but apparently a lot do they will need to upgrade which IDC seizes is an opportunity for apple according nine to five Mac while most organizations are upgrading to Windows ten IDC analysts report that it departments mentz expect to replace thirteen percent in other words tens of millions in sales of their current windows. Seven devices with Max. These MAC sales will likely be accompanied by future IPAD and iphone

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"mentz" Discussed on How Neal Feel

How Neal Feel

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"mentz" Discussed on How Neal Feel

"Think it's acceptable for someone only visits her typo someone only date people that they think are inherently good and kind rather than someone that isn't a natural Saint, but is actively trying to better themselves? I personally feel like there's more value to people who are consciously trying to better themselves rather than someone who is coasting on inherent kindness. However, counterpoint could be that people who are trying to be better could just decide to stop trying to revert back to their shitty self claiming they were always this person, and that their partner should have known. It's just which ruining it says is he GB Switzer own? What would your preference be naturally decent person, or someone who might need some work to get there? Are you fucking? Are you a captain ceelo or are you not a captain? Savo. I. Dated a girl who was who had had drug stuff in the past. I didn't feel like it was a reclamation project. It wasn't like I'm going to I didn't feel any of that. I wasn't saving. I'll she ended up kind of going back to drugs. And but it wasn't whatever they was the girl who thought I was fucking up. So she's a, she's a clairvoyant onto something. I don't I don't I think that women are. Naturally. Probably a little sweeter than men or at least can present to Mentz and can present to them. I having said that this I didn't put this letter in, but I wanted to talk about women, the amount of women in the amount that women talk about sex after the fact with their friends in detail is not my experience. With men. No guys, don't go into detail them, unless it's like a crazy deal. They're not if feels like bad form. And we're worried about for the most part losing our sexual rights to the person. Are gonna be too, you don't want to you don't want it to get back to where that you said some? Yeah, you want to constantly have guys talking details about, like, didn't you? This shit. Like, I think they're just like fucked. Why do women do that? Do you think well would detail oriented, and we love lots of details and stories..

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"mentz" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"mentz" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

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"mentz" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"mentz" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"Also come to Shawn Mendez, Kevin Kline at and road. I would've loved to comment on this. My contract prevents me from doing so hush loom partner. Winter winter this week was Rumer Willis demean more posted a picture of her and Sean Southie from the met gallon wrote my table mate love this kid such an artisan, a sweet soul at Shawn. Mendez? Rumor comments, my new stepdad, which if we know anything about doing me more. Yeah. Far she's into that was really funny so to nominees for best clapback, I was Candace Bergen she posted a picture of her Louis Vitton, tote with a monogram. I don't even know what this was at her towed or someone else. I don't know. Could you read it? She wrote a Nacho Hoda. Holda pauses Joe it's not hers because she say, I'm not, I'm not sure. Okay. So moving onto best clapback, the reason I one we were warning this one because it was actually was the best. But also because we wanted to a little bit talk about the context around it, which is Sarah Silverman. I don't know if you guys follow her. If you follow our page, you saw some of it. Although one of our post was also take down because of this. But basically, Sarah Silverman is on one woman mission to changes Instagram's guidelines from allowing only male nipples to also allowing female nipples, she thinks it's totally cited inequality and a wire women's bodies, so sexualize that man can post their nipples and a woman can and a woman Mentz nipples don't get removed and a woman's does. And that's kind of her mission that she's been on. So she posted literally a selfie of herself in the mirrored medicine cabinet. And you can see it at first you just see all the pills. And then all of a sudden you see her like totally out. And of course, she she did that because she knew that Instagram was gonna take it down. So next day. She posted a screen shot of the message from Instagram that she got saying you're post was deleted because it's it's obscene. She then went on this whole. Campaign basically where she posted men's nipples verse women's nipples and wrote obscene verse not seen of obscene verse not obscene. So she did she did a side by side of a man with larger breasts in nibbles writing not obscene verse her picture of herself medicine cabinet of seeing g rights got it and came back, and so common the world hates women. But we do get to enjoy a big old Freeman today and someone with these Ralph the wiseguy comments at KP conceal. You really think women nipples are covered because of hatred. What the fuck I know women are not treated equally, but you sound like Ashley Judd proclaiming. We're gonna burn down patriarchy and Kate response at Ralph the wise guy, I'm so sorry. Ralph do tell me more about the female experience. Ralph. Whether or not you you are on Sarah silverman's team with this or not. It's so true anytime a man tries to tell women about the female experience. It's like. Anyone trying to tell anybody trying to tell someone else about their experiences..

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Paris, Salma Hayek And Notre Dame Cathedral discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Paris, Salma Hayek And Notre Dame Cathedral discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Donations are pouring in for the rebuilding of Paris's Notre Dame cathedral already one day after a fire destroyed the roof and much of the inside fringe billionaire Bernard Arnold has offered two hundred twenty six million dollars as business owner Francois Pinault, the husband of actress Salma Hayek, donates one hundred thirteen million the BBC's Kevin Connolly is at the scene. Huge quantities. Walter was being pulled into the building a shroud of steam and smoke hung over the entire frame, including those two famous towers, slowly as the water still being pulled in that shroud it, and it's now possible to see that the basic stone structure has been safe clearly Mentz damage inside onto men's job of reconstruction to come and good news firefighters in Paris have just announced that the blaze is fully

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"mentz" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"mentz" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"What What would would he he have? should Blasi? Well, hope you didn't know who I was. Yeah. He's running the country. But people around him know that this was a popular thing to do would, you know, it's comic relief. And this is a funny couch when you do this. I don't make no coyness about that. No, absolutely. Because partly because when he when I'd come into say Hallo. And I think always talking about my daughter or something like that. Or kids, and he said to make a woman how old is she? Because I think he so I was a teenager at one world, you know, made. Majors in school uniform is I I meet I one. really having the Croydon facelift. And. About thirty five. And again, no that was the thing. He couldn't quite get the ROY in tonight show, and you could feel in the room people got a gold go because what he was saying was I'm only bullet. He was going stressing the personal the postal. And it was that my oh good Horgan do but to his in Mentz credit. He knew and he said, I'm not saying it, right? Am I said not quite not quite hitting? And he said to me tell me how to say tell me how say and he parroted bunk. And then it worked. It's really scary. Yeah. I washed again, really tastic. And that's the thing at the time was to have him saying those words film, like the closing of a circle felt like something. Yeah. If it was a really big deal with all the success of that. Did you then think this? I'm sort of jury would know or were you always? Thinking I'm wanting to get back to that sort of doing please finit day. Definitely made it a lot harder. Make harder. Well, the thing is once you on being funny. And I'm delighted to know to be known for being funny. It can put you in a box. And I'm not a good books to be. It's it's it's nice to be. But people are reluctance you to do something that doesn't make me off. But I understand. I am the person who sent him above which then go into the dictionary. Did you bothered is now in the Oxford English view double v is yet your ED, and do you get a little reference in the I don't know? But when I went on did eight on new at happen happened 'cause it was word of the year. And then it got into the dictionary to word of the year is award. You have created. Yes. And then it gives you a little lexicon. Yes. Give your little you just. I didn't really none of ever really registered. I don't think. In fact, it was only known at gone in. But it was only one out of ten cats. Does countdown Susie dent who is in dictionary? She is and he's a wonderful, you know, word historian, and she said I'm actually excited I've never met anyone who's has actually created word that's going into the dictionary. And I remember thinking. Never looked up or anything not. She get t shirts made of something should rainy. But another paths I cross you. She was at the height of success, and you come and do an episode of doctor who you get smuggled in to do you one of the only secrets we ever managed to Cantwell. I remember you saying, I'm Emma. She's saying it was the only sacred. You were the the button on the end of my forsees will you appear in the Tartus which Dan leads into doing an absolute together. But yeah, but you are smuggled into Cardiff under cover of night with with a w ahead in a wedding dress awarded that tiny tiny with about four crew members. They were everyone else was awry party, and it was a proper locked. So what did you to come? And it was in have you watched any of the noodle who? Well, the only episode I watched because as I said, it wasn't my thing. But I'd heard never seen as a kid..

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"mentz" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"All right next question. Ed santos. Would you think about this notion? Most people have that men have to be romantic ones, the ones doing all the little things. Keep women in love that always bothered me in my previous marriage. Well, I think that that's absolutely myth. And I think that we need to start talking openly about what we want, and we've been through this is that, you know. Yeah. I love romance. But the truth is that you have a very busy chaotic life and to if it's important to me, I need to be the one that is able to start that conversation and let you know what I'm looking for. So you're not supposed to guess. Hey, does she want flowers? Does she not won't flowers? Should I do this? I'm very honest about what I'm looking for ROY Mentz means to me, and you'll also the same in the other way where you'll like look, I will make you like I love being very Mandic. But I just don't have the time. So what is it that you need from me that we buy through this connection? Bought not being mind redes-? That is so on the money and the only response to that as booze. Do it hearing you say that it makes me very sad. And what makes me really sad is that I have no intention of changing it, but I used to be insanely romantic, and I used to put a lot of time and energy into it. Because like he's saying like that was my belief that it was the guy who was supposed to be romantic, and then everything comes down to values, and I just in valued that as much as I valued ambition, and I wanted to really build something extraordinary. And we've been having an interesting conversation recently about whether that's for me or for you. And I will say that that's for both definitively because I valued that in a spouse too. I value that for sure as a man, I'm not asking anybody else to value that. But for me as a man, I definitely value, not just providing the building something extraordinary, and that's important to me. And it wasn't as important as romance. And I totally agree that if you want a successful relationship that talking about it is the key..

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"mentz" Discussed on This is Product Management

This is Product Management

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on This is Product Management

"How does he ensure that people don't go back to businesses usual after the sprint ends? So we started running these very often, and they started getting name for themselves. We would drive productivity increases. We would measure those productivity increases in the teams. And there was just no doubting that they were successful. We would have people go back to their businesses and say, look how much we got done. And this is really the way we should do things. But we did notice was that you're only as good as what you're giving in those two weeks. So we knew that we had to expand beyond just the app studio as an event and first of all make sure that the product backlog that is coming in is of high quality it's organized properly. It's prioritize properly and that in powers the team that is in the app studio. One of the things that we noticed around about dates three of every app studio. We would have this massive almost failure. Where people would say, we don't know what we're doing or. This isn't working and the good news is we would get there in three days. I mean, I think the bad news is we actually got there. How could we smooth and out that so that we are not getting to that experience? And so my colleagues, and I created a product management framework A G E, we have some Mentz project managers. They were built to do something that was very important. And it's a particular style of work what we needed to do was bring in contemporary product management practices into the organization. So that we are framing what the product days, how value locks how we know that we're being successful. And how all of that drives a product backlog that can be consumed by a deaf team excel A-Rated upon and then at the other end transform the way people are working on a day-to-day basis. So that it's not just this two week event. And then we go back to the way we used to work, but you're actually taking those practices, and you're making sustainable over the long term. I really think when it comes to product management. Int- and agile execution. It's not like these are two phases. I read like to think of them as a spectrum. But at all phases of the game. You have to drive transparency we demand transparency in agile execution through certain things. What's the philosophy of the team? What are the defects are created? What's the definition of Don? I mean, all of these are supposed to be transparent. So that anybody can see them. You wanna go to sprint of you? Go to sprint review. What we need to do that with product management as well. What we really want to do is. We want to drive ownership and accountability at all levels. We want people to own what they're making four particular persona. If we're putting the user or the persona at the center of what we're creating and we're trying to solve a problem, and we're trying to empower that person. Then you can't just have a black box. You can't just deliver user stories. And so one of the things we did at the app studio was more and more. We would actually take some of those product management artifacts. It could be a lot of them to be. Just a few of them. And we would bring them to the Dev team's small example is just a lean canvas just start with a lean canvas. And just knock out about an hour hour and a half where product management and stakeholders are working with the Dev teams. So that any questions that could be asked are asked right there. We constantly hear from teams. We should have done this day. One reality is we should have done this day. Mine a sixty, but at least we're getting to it within the first couple of days when I'm studio and this does help drive that transparency towards what we're doing. There's too many times in our organizations. It's just difficult to keep that communication line small, thin and direct. And so we lean that out..

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"mentz" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Welcome to the podcast brow. Thank you so much for doing this. I find this topic. Absolutely fascinating. Not only because I like to cook a little bit. And I certainly like to eat. But wherever I go on I'm burden with that mathematical knowledge looking around and saying, it's a really good restaurant. But how are they making any money? If a Friday night, this place as half empty, the food is great, whereas everybody, do you ever have experiences. Like having a great time doing a show. Also, it's great. We you know, when you you not only look for the food experience. But you always look for the business experience of like what's going on? What are they doing? Why aren't they busy? Why are they busy at slots of people will look at towel and say, oh my God. They're so busy. Let's open up right next door. Neighbor. Don't be is it the business in the areas. I think tau is especially it is the nation's destination special experience walking by and saying, oh let's pop in for a snack. Everyone's going there. And it's an completely immersive experience. Right. It's it looks great food is good the services great. But the the feel in the vibe of the place. It's it's all about. And having the experience. So there's a restaurant group online. I won't mention their name, and they just opened up this Mentz restaurant Mediterranean restaurant of which there are a number of online land. Kemah is one Lemani is another one in. So a third one is giant place MP Taverners third one. But this giant place opened up, and we walk in and it's just gorgeous, it's spectacular. And we sit down for dinner after making reservations, we family members in from out of town. And I'm shocked everything is mediocre, and I I know the restaurant group the rest of the restaurants are actually really good. It looks like they put in five million dollars building this. So I'm leading up to the question when a restaurant opens up how long does it have to kind of adjust the dials and trim the sails and get it, right? My wife is like with done with that. We don't have to go back there. I'm like, I think you gotta give it a couple of times. You know, people will say six months, if the service is really really good and the food's okay, people give it a second chance services, really bad and the food is okay. People won't give the restaurant a second chance. Really? I think he got a the food. Come second to the service second to the service interest in in initial reactions to. Yeah, we'll coming in and say, I think he sometimes you could take three months, depending depending upon how far they're reaching. All right. Well, that was it is real simple cuisine, and they're executing it poorly. Or is it real simple cuisine in a buying poor ingredients? I mean, you could if you go out a lot, and you're somebody like you who knows the difference. You know, the difference between really good stay. In a real bad steak for sure and stake is the easiest piece of fish or the quality of the produce. And you're saying here, they built this rush on it's great and it using crummy tomatoes and using really poor fish and stay qualities in good. You know that they're cutting back on the most important thing. I think that's one thing that we never do. You may like or not like, but we buy the best ingredients and let them speak for themselves because people will always be able to tell that apart. The restaurant two or three times before I write it. Really? Yeah. So I'm I'm to accent. Then you, and I always noticed a favorite restaurant the food will be really at a high level for long time. And then it starts to falter..

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"mentz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"We'll get in here and just it's historically true of any any group. And it just happens to be MS thirteen. Now Israel they built. They started building up wall in the ground. Basically I didn't, but Israel dish recently went down with their wall, stop the tunneling. I'll tell you what I tell you what I'd like to do. Here's like, oh, I just came up the great plan. I should run for something I can unite the border. I could unite. I'm gonna just I'm going to take this olive branch or. No, I'm going to take this. Let's make it a Mary. Annette, that's like a Bandido. I'm not sure if the olive branch translates over into Mexico and I'm gonna go over there and go, listen, I don't want to build a wall. You guys are probably tired of tunneling. We got a huge traffic problem here in l. a. Elon Musk is doing hyperloop over here. We need something through the Calang pass. You guys know tunnel, but you guys are saying hawks. Hawks by now you want some money. You want to get some above board, a skill that we need hired a high in the shadows come on over start, that tunnel will get you right office. Pulverized boulevard cut right under BelAir. You can go right under beyond saying jaycees house. You poke it out. Come out around and Seino van is area. You get your saying hawks over here. Let's get them paid. Let's get him. Some citizenship. Let unionize his. Let's get these guys are making good bucks. San hawks did pretty good over there in New York. Let's get you guys. You love. Tunneling come here in town. They love it. The patch, passion. They your people are borough wars. Come on in, let's get you on the books. Let's get you some medical dental, and let's do it. Yeah. Okay. Right. Okay. That's something. Platform. 'cause I like where you on heads heads at, but these guys seem to be faster than just about anyone we could do. And also they could probably help pulling permits. Hey, Pedro coastal commission. Talk. Hanging. Like, all right. Stack of permits. We just make out our own. Now, whatever you need. So sorry where we're Ralph in will Mike is he actually had hands on experience with the Sinn alot Cortel and he was chop for five years posed his job BOS European distributor. Wow. Mike, you should tell them about that. Yeah, we, we got a chance to go after Trump won a civil till studying in two thousand nine. And for about three years, two thousand twelve. We went back and forth with them almost daily. We represented ourselves as Sicilian traffickers. We told them we had nothing to do with the United States. We were Sicilian even though I can't speak English, let alone Sicilian and we convinced them we were the real deal for three years in eventually led to a major seizure in Spain, major seizure in Detroit, and we were able to indict Gu's men and eight of his associates in two thousand fourteen. I believe that's goes Mentz Al right All shop. right. We're we now in general with drugs. Now we legalize marijuana, lots of places. So. And I think the the drug cartels are always about evolving and trying to stay a step ahead and and so on and so forth. So they started doubling down on heroin because everyone start getting a meth is the big getting into the prescription meds, and then they start clamping down of that. Now we're going to substitute heroin and the meth and all kinds of. So they're always kind of a move or to a head. Where is it bigger than it ever was if we're looking at a graph where where do you think it would be? And then what happens obviously, you legalize marijuana. They stop trucking in marijuana. So if you legalize heroin, would they stop trucking in heroin? Just legalize everything. Would they be out of business or they just double down on human trafficking pro franchises, someone else? Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely weapons. So it's like really anything that is illegal, then there's a black market, their business model changes frequently. Are they in the heroin now and the huge and and meth. Yep, trucking it over the border and semi trucks Jesus Christ. And do we think it's, I mean, again, where we doing more drugs in the seventies..

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"mentz" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"You are looking at live pictures of hurricane Florence, which is right now battering the east coast as the Carolinas face strong winds driving rain, steep storm surges. It is a slow moving storm that could sit over the region for days causing major flooding. We're gonna go to Bill Karen's in just a moment and get a live report from the coast. Now. Normally a hurricane making landfall would be the lone focus of the morning. But this morning, there are multiple breaking news stories that we are also covering. Paul Manafort maybe closing on a plea deal with Robert Muller. We'll get to those Abella Mentz in just a moment. Plus a top Senate democrat shakes up. The supreme court confirmation process. Dianne Feinstein gave the FBI information about broadcom enough, but she's not saying exactly what it is and one after another homes and Massachusetts. Sits went up in flames as gasline explosions tore through several communities. So what caused it and could it happen again and the story that has us out of the studio this morning here we are in Oxford, Mississippi today for a closer look at the not one, but two Senate races down here that could in one very real possible scenario, decide the balance of power in the Senate. We have many of the candidates on the show live this morning, and we're going to hear from the voters as well. Some fascinating answers from Trump supporters in a conversation that we had yesterday that we're going to play for you the sole. So is there a football game or something? Yeah, the football game. Notre Dame's our anchor down down, Alabama and all miss and roll tide right..

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"mentz" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Like fucking shit, man, manny's features of teachers. Oh my God, you're, you're a mid? What? Oh, my God, what you keep people's houses clean. Oh, I've, what do you mean you're marrying made? Surely like is that's all she all he or she's doing right. Got like, when you look at that shit, it's like you can see that our society has a fundamental confusion. It seems like when it comes to the value of giving to other people are caring for other people to the point where jobs where people care for other people have unless they're like incredibly sophisticated like a brain surgeon, a brain surgeon walks into a room, right? And everyone's like, oh my God, it's a fucking brain surgeon. A plumber walks into a room, right? Who like we have to have plumbers. Yeah, are there's gonna be shit everywhere, right? But. Status is going to be less than a brain surgeon and certainly made status, and certainly a servers status, like someone who's a God forbid, you should have to like become a waiter like there's so many actors and artists who desperately want to avoid making money as a waiter or a server, not because they don't want to do the work or because they're lazy, but because of the shame attached to serving other people and not making money from their art, and it's all related to the stigma against serving other people, which to me is there. But as a form of like vast misunderstanding. And I think that we could actually Ty the capitalist mentality and of prophet into service as long as we remove ourselves from the idea that money's the only currency, right. Yeah, you know. Yeah, that's the move. Yeah. And I think part of it is I mean, a brain surgeon generally gets more respect in society than a made because it is a objectively heart. It requires a higher. I was gonna say it harder and then objectively harder, maybe a silly thing to say because it depends what domain your defining it based on. But certainly there's a lot more training. There are many fewer people who can be successful brain surgeon then can be made. So I think part of it is just the scarcity thing, but I do think part of it is. Yeah, you know, it's. There's look in the way people treat server. Yeah, it's way be. I mean, it's like it's not just like an also. The other thing is like that when you consider like fucking brain surgery, like holy fucking shit, what a rush, dude, like I'm fucking God. You're opening someone's fucking head and like you're like in there. Like I actually interviewed a brain surgeon wants, and he started crying because he had done an operation. You got tears in his eyes because the night before or the day before it went on for hours done an operation and he was explaining to me that one if his hand trembles. A little bit that somebody's memory of their childhood gone gone. Talk about playing God, scary, scary fucking job. The stakes are really high and he invested a lot of money to get to that point. But and so yet brain surgeons are fucking awesome man. But also that dude gets applauded. Y'all saving that due to fuck it. He's doctor strange. She's bad ass. He's mazing. It's a fucking brain surgeon a made right. Who we love maids. We love them doing it. The hotel. Oh my God. You walk out coolest being on the fuck and road living. Living in some magic. I bet his rampage. Yeah, walk out, you come back. Your beds made. There's Mentz on it. Maybe that fucking shampoos been refilled. Everything's polished down and it smells good in there and you're like, this is fucking thing. Tastic we need it every day. It's a huge industry all over the planet. You can clean your own shit and there's nothing wrong about it. But if you've got a little bit of extra money, you're gonna pay for a mate because it's fucking great and you're busy or whatever, and they're great. They're fucking great. But so what I'm saying is yet yet there is somehow a stigma attached to this, a hierarchy of its hierarchy. Exactly. But it's, it's, it's an IT Stig up. It is and it's not just based on skill sets and it's not just it's not just based on like where we're doing an analysis of skilfulness..

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"mentz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Just watched was fair competition right yes, absolutely be, a nice, thing, so what are they. Saying about the biggest loser from. Fox News NBC reportedly launched an internal investigation to see whether or not contestants on the networks canceled show the biggest loser were given drugs to help them lose weight, according to the Hollywood reporter the investigation was revealed. In privileged logs which were, submitted in connection to a defamation lawsuit involving. The show sports talk dirt onto Roberts Zinger network reportedly looked into whether or not contestants were given stimulants diet medications. Weight loss supplements or diabetics NBC decline Fox News is request for comment noting the network cannot. Comment on pending legal matters who, worked on the series for seventeen seasons is in court battling, the New York Post over a number of articles. Including one from may two thousand sixteen titled bigger Loser dragged us so we lose weight the Elliott, reports, and for the Hollywood reporter the post interviewed former contestants who claim they were given Adderall and pills containing FDA Banda federa- according to the Hollywood reporter, one contestant in the articles it was a new exactly what we were doing and never tried, to? Stop, it. And the notes in. The lawsuit the physician says the statements are false and ultimately caused him to lose business relationships the Hollywood reporter states the judge has yet to formally roll on dismissal dismissal motions as a result embassy universal received a subpoena to see what the network. Knows about drug use on the biggest loser as well as medical concerns compensation and the show's cancellation according to, the outlet on June, twenty-ninth NBC universal reportedly turnover along which according to the Hollywood reporter, had emails, containing information, providing, legal advice regarding investigation. Of allegations of the provisions and. Or use of drugs on the biggest loser and actions considered in response to such allegations now the Elliott reports from the emails go back to two thousand eight hundred, other notes related to the investigation were from to Thousand thirteen, according to the Hollywood reporter on Monday one of, the New York Post attorney Steve Mentz sent a letter to the New York federal judge on.

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Were 'Biggest Loser' contestants given drugs to lose weight? NBC launches an investigation

KRLD Programming

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Were 'Biggest Loser' contestants given drugs to lose weight? NBC launches an investigation

"Just watched was fair competition right yes, absolutely be, a nice, thing, so what are they. Saying about the biggest loser from. Fox News NBC reportedly launched an internal investigation to see whether or not contestants on the networks canceled show the biggest loser were given drugs to help them lose weight, according to the Hollywood reporter the investigation was revealed. In privileged logs which were, submitted in connection to a defamation lawsuit involving. The show sports talk dirt onto Roberts Zinger network reportedly looked into whether or not contestants were given stimulants diet medications. Weight loss supplements or diabetics NBC decline Fox News is request for comment noting the network cannot. Comment on pending legal matters who, worked on the series for seventeen seasons is in court battling, the New York Post over a number of articles. Including one from may two thousand sixteen titled bigger Loser dragged us so we lose weight the Elliott, reports, and for the Hollywood reporter the post interviewed former contestants who claim they were given Adderall and pills containing FDA Banda federa- according to the Hollywood reporter, one contestant in the articles it was a new exactly what we were doing and never tried, to? Stop, it. And the notes in. The lawsuit the physician says the statements are false and ultimately caused him to lose business relationships the Hollywood reporter states the judge has yet to formally roll on dismissal dismissal motions as a result embassy universal received a subpoena to see what the network. Knows about drug use on the biggest loser as well as medical concerns compensation and the show's cancellation according to, the outlet on June, twenty-ninth NBC universal reportedly turnover along which according to the Hollywood reporter, had emails, containing information, providing, legal advice regarding investigation. Of allegations of the provisions and. Or use of drugs on the biggest loser and actions considered in response to such allegations now the Elliott reports from the emails go back to two thousand eight hundred, other notes related to the investigation were from to Thousand thirteen, according to the Hollywood reporter on Monday one of, the New York Post attorney Steve Mentz sent a letter to the New York federal judge on.

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"mentz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm mary louise kelley in london president trump enjoyed pomp and pageantry as he closed out his visit to england here but the day was dominated by controversy beginning with negative comments that he made in an interview with the tabloid paper the sun about prime minister theresa may meanwhile back in washington controversy was unfolding over indictments to do with the two thousand sixteen election indictments announced by robert muller before the news of those indictments broke he told reporters that he thinks he will get along with vladimir putin when they meet in helsinki on monday i think i have a very good relationship with president putin if we spend time together i may be wrong in other people have said that didn't work out but i'm different than other people but the question now is will these new indictments complicate that well npr white house reporter are you show rosco has been traveling with the president through this very busy week and she joins me now hi how are you holding up there are you sure i'm doing pretty well good all right the white house were they responding to the news of these unindicted mentz unfolding back in washington well the white house is is focused on the fact that these indictments do not include any allegations that anyone affiliated with the campaign was involved or knew about these actions and that the indictment also doesn't draw any conclusions that this somehow affected the outcome of the election so that's where their focus is they didn't offer any and they said that this goes with what the white house has been saying all along they didn't offer any condemnation of russia for these actions or anything along those lines right let me turn you back to the all of the events unfolding here in britain today there was a news conference donald trump theresa may the news conference we mentioned was before the indictments were announced trump was asked about his summit with latimer putin what exactly did he have to say about how he's planning for that meeting well he did say that he plans to talk about this russian interference in the twenty sixteen election when he meets with putin here's what he said but no you'll ask we'll be talking about meddling and i will absolutely bring that up i don't think you'll have any gee i did it i did it you got me there won't be a perry mason here i don't think but you never know what happens right it is not clear whether trump will now press putin more that these indictments have come out but in trump also at this news conference he defended his record would putin he really forcefully argued that he has been tough on putin and he said even though headlines focused on his criticism of nato he's actually increased led to increase spending by the alliance and so that's bad for putin and very briefly are sure we have the meeting with the president had with queen elizabeth how did that go today.

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"mentz" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"It was January thirty first nineteen sixty nine hundred sixty eight the opening day of the Ted offensive. So the shit storm of the Vietnam war. That's what changed everything. It changed. Politics changed the thinking in more than anything to change the mind of the noted news, anchor, Walter Cronkite. Yeah. So it was a shit storm in Thomson Newt? Airbase was under attack small arms fire. Everybody was all the soldiers around the berm facing outward. Helicopters gunships flying over smoke billowing from Saigon, and it was. I was just dazed. And that's the first place when I went on a second aircraft, a helicopter Huey to go up to a place called Ben wa. I was told get outta those khakis. You look like target Lieutenant and we we quickly flew over a little berm and then you could see Saigon it was under attacked the Viet Cong had penetrated the American embassy. The large force came in and took over the Newport bridge and many Americans died there. They had fighting at the racetrack. The Chinese section called show lawn in the cemeteries, and. The city was not secure. It may be around the embassy where they finally beat back that Viet Cong offensive. But the city was still somewhat occupied, and and men were men were dying Americans. So yeah, that was my introduction. So let's talk about the part of your story that interests me the most because you know, we've, we've heard stories from people about the nam and the logistics of this and that. But I, I would like to know emotionally, what's the arc. That somebody goes through from, I might get drafted to, I'm drafted, or in your case you enlisted so he could choose which branch to go into. To landing to your assignment to some of the things you encountered to transitioning back home. I would love to know the the inner life. What you're thinking about yourself, what you're thinking about the world, you're placing it, the war, our government, all those kinds of things. Right. Very good question. And for me. I didn't want to go in to the army. I didn't want to go to Vietnam. What I wanted to do was do what I loved, which was painting drawing. So I applied to the school of the Art Institute in Chicago, fantastic school. That's what I wanted to do. For some reason. They didn't want me and I received a rejection letter. Now, I had the chutzpah to take my letter. I got on the l. train and went down and I went into the school and I asked to the s the secretary can I speak to the guy who signed my rejection letter and after an hour and a half, he saw me, you know? So I asked him, I said, can you reconsider this? And he kind of stumbled and said, no. And then I said, well, why did you? Why did you reject me? Wasn't my academic performance in high school or was it my art portfolio? And he said both and stormed out. The secretary was standing at the door and she said, Mr. Duffy's time to go. So at any rate, what happened was I got home and shortly thereafter I received a draft notice. I still didn't want to go into the military, but with the draft notice I knew. From talking to my friends down in LVN beach in Chicago in up in Rogers park that the draft notice Mentz they could pick you for the marines for the navy for the army, possibly the air force, but mainly the marines. I didn't want that and they would assign you wherever they wanna. Do a sound you within that branch? Exactly. And what your what your job was. So I was pretty good in mathematics, and I took some tests and I said, why'd like to be a road surveyor? And he said, we can do that for you. So I did enlist in who served the draft where it would have been potluck, went into the military and was sent to fort Polk Louisiana. For the initial training and then sent to fort sill for the survey trainy. Hold that thought, we'll come. We'll come back to that, but tell the story about bringing your draft card in to that room. Well, the draft board in our neighborhood was up a long flight of stairs. Let me describe this neighborhood in Chicago..

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"mentz" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Sort of first off the there's there's two money creating entities out there there's the federal reserve and the the us meant so the us meant mentz one dollar coins and those are actual money created by the us government whereas the federal reserve note is money created by the federal reserve does that make sense yeah but i don't they're they they're not i would have to look into that more but they're not printing enough to to do that minting enough so it wasn't your idea that they could meant like a trillion dollar coin and then pay off twenty one trillion dollar coin platinum for kids i think that's gonna work about as well as iraq not taken reserve notes for oil well i think that you could do it it would crash you know the whole banking system in the united states it would really sort of confused things greatly but it could be done i don't know what the value of it would be particularly because the united states government doesn't care about the interest on the debt they don't care about doesn't affect them it's not like the it's not like the congress people go home and have to pay off the debt like people who went to school have to pay off their debt the congress people have no responsibility whatsoever for they can just run up all the debt they want to and they can benefit all their buddies and industry which is what politicians do they punish their enemies and they reward their friends and so they can just reward all their friends and then get out whenever they feel like getting out and they get a pension and i can't figure out i i can't get a straight answer out of anybody as to what happens when the debt gets to you know whatever height like tell me what happens where's the break point and what occurs when the debt gets so high if donald trump win i went whole hog right and instead i'm gonna fix all the infrastructure the united states i'm a builder and i'm going to build right that's a terrible trump imitation but you know he sort of said those things maybe he decides to fix all the infrastructure the debts forty trillion dollars bibles the data can doubles the debt.

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Organizers hope to draw half a million to the March for Our Lives​ rally

This American Life

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Organizers hope to draw half a million to the March for Our Lives​ rally

"Of emergency since last year do attacks there's only one other candidate and cc's expected to easily win a second term jane arraf npr news cairo britain's the times newspaper disclosed today that egypt kicked out it's cairobased correspondent last month the times calls it an attempt by authorities to intimidate the media head of the vote this is npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky and as you've been hearing tens of thousands of new yorkers are taking to the streets as part of the national march for our lives day of action wnyc reported banish acne ed is on the scene at central park where people rallied before starting to march the organizers of this demonstration started by saying that they wanted it to be about gun violence not just in school but in the streets and that's really what speakers delivered on right before this march started manhattan resident i lean mentz joined the marchers under bright sunny skies she says she came out to support teenagers across the country has they fight for gun reform she thinks members of congress should take note i think if they see that these kids who are turning eighteen very soon many of them will vote maybe they'll rethink how they have developed that message was echoed by new poll key zola of the youth coalition for black lives matter of greater new york the nra all the politicians taking money for them we're going to vote you out of office stay tuned as our national coverage continues with brian lehrer until two o'clock this afternoon on wnyc mayor de blasio has asked the state parole board to reverse its decision to grant parole to herman bell who was convicted in the nineteen seventyone killings of two nypd officers in a letter written to the board's chairwoman the mayor says quote murdering a police officer is in cold blood is a crime beyond the frontiers of rehabilitation or redemption the board granted the seventy year old bell parole earlier this month citing his age and good behavior he could get out as early as april seventeenth wnyc at one oh six support for npr comes from jones day and integrated partnership collaboratively providing legal services for more than a century fortythree offices five continents serving clients as one firm worldwide learn more at jones day dot.

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"mentz" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on KELO

"Auction business and everything like that as much as we have to work outside yeah so but we're not to breast no not at all where how we are had to perform your auction we don't care if it's fifty below well well okay some of us don't care i oh wow oxen business was fantastic we've got a big busy week tuesday we had a toy auction that went over just fantastic thank you so much for that consignors it was an interesting toy auction the farm toys were very very strong and will be holding the these toy auctions on a consistent type of basis um so we're very very interested in knowing about your toy collection were very interested in in especially on the farms side that seems to be very very popular but we had a great run on the danbury minutes yes danbury men's are amazing they're so detailed so yeah failed yep and they're just in all fifty seven chevrolets and the corvettes and uh that was a beautiful collection and linda bailey again what an outstanding outstanding collection congratulations to her and thinking in are so much for bringing that so that something just for an fyi out there if you're sitting on some danbury met some franklin mentz did very well the one thing that we are a little disappointed and i'm sure a lot of people are because i mean they did this heavy collecting this nascar toys were down yeah and you know it's uh i don't know if it's just that the market was saturated or i expected those to do much better well it was hot i think what's happened has what's happening in nascar in general i mean and almost what's happening to the nfl don't tell me a driver took a knee no all right thank you better be up junior came out in on supported that syria yeah earnhardt jr came on and supported that so that gets resolved hi christmas writer early absolutely we're patriots yes we are we are so we stand for our flag and we.

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"mentz" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Thank you sheila for ghana jeffrey candle airshow so uh she lay brings up a great point so currently we use currency called money we know that so cryptocurrency relative to money is what the defined that in a very fundamental way for us so the sue like we talked about at the beginning money is worse something when a hindu a dollar bill it's were something because we both agree a dollar bills were something if i hand you some other money from a you know a rupee or something like that that may not be acceptable rate here and obviously every nation mentz their own money the difference between bitcoin and and money is the fact that it hasn't accepted value like gold and why does that having accepted value is because these miners who keep the system going it this ledger is decentralised spread over all of these computers why do they keep it going because every time they settle a transaction they get paid in bitcoin now amazon takes ticks bitcoin and a lot of businesses you there's a if you giggle open bizarre um they take bitcoin it's just basically the ebay of cryptocurrency and they take a bitcoin and all kinds of different currency what is ebay once again let's on the show i don't like to assume people what is ebay again that people don't know ebay is what does he bay bob with ebay could you explain ebay bother a phone of talking on the phone but so so well respect onto think people like you that our visionary and i respect you and you're on the show were friends and everything but people like you that are so visionary and you have these grandiose ideas we can't implement any of these ideas till all of us have a sense of what the hell you're talking about and i i mean there with all respect but what are we use words like algorithms in we know would be bears that we know it out uh dina what's he they can you explain ebay bob our producer sure what is it just like i can explain the theory of relativity ththey ebay is basically an auction house okay okay well you kind of explain it but if i were asked half of my listeners include myself what he bears i can't explain it and.

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"mentz" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mentz" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Hey everyone welcome into the vertical podcast with woge a special addition paul george is on the trading bloc he is likely headed to the lakers in free agency in two thousand eighteen vertical front office insider bobby marks an i break down every part of that story georges future the lakers the pacers the rest of the league all of it next stay with us welcome into a special edition of the vertical podcast with woge a special paul george on the move addition and all the way up from florida today flew in just to be in the studio the vertical for an office insider in longtime nets executive bobby marks bobby how are you i'm good how are you good happy post father's day to you so bobby your kevin prichard the indiana gm and as we reported sunday on the vertical that paul george's aging aaron mentz called the pacers over the weekend and told them hey not only is which they expected paul george going to opt out in two thousand eighteen which they knew that that was easy part he is going to leave he is not saying he has no intention of returning signing any extension even if he got eligible for the supermax next year that he's going to leave and his intention it's a sign with the lakers and now you're within days of the draft urus franchise player who you were until that call still trying to one thing that i know the pacers were trying to do bobby was.

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