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Fresh update on "morgan " discussed on BTV Simulcast
"The metal CEO talking about supply chains Maybe it was just a good book for Christmas and for Santa But he was saying his supply chain issues are dissipated I'm hearing one or two CEOs all say the same thing How are you positioned for inflation Let's start there So look for inflation we have been non believers the inflation will drag on into for much longer next year Okay I think we've been wrong that it's lasted longer than we thought We thought it would be transitory And we get why that name has been retired now But at the end of the day let's think about this year This year we were coming from a low base That's why inflation has been pretty high next year We're going to be starting from a high base And once the commodity price is cooled down supply chain is resolved I don't think inflation is going to be a problem And that's how we've been pretty happy to be in stocks and long end bonds Okay It's interesting Greg and I very quickly made be calm which is Bloomberg commodity index 9 zero 9 6 for the team effort here That's the ticker that we need The Bloomberg commodity index has gone through a serious repricing Now you're going to get you're going to get a spike and roll on this CPI this week It's going to be like a monster red headline isn't it To what extent does the commodity complex And oil is a big culprit when it comes to the inflation story That kind of chart That emboldened your overall bond look outlook for next year Yes definitely I think as well as what we talked about there China property slowing down next year as well China is a big buyer of commodities right So that's probably going to add to that drag on the commodities that you've just talked about So that's another reason why we feel pretty pretty comfortable You're the moment last week where you saw nirvana which is that the longer end of the curve I want to know about that Of course I'm being slightly facetious It was a big flattener last week Two spike but tens rolled on quite aggressively on Friday as well A lot of consequence for duration So are you emboldened Do you want to be longer again of the longer end of the curve Yeah Look I think at this point we're pretty good position because we already overweight 30 and 50 year bonds and you're right I had a pretty good holiday myself I was looking at Bloomberg at checking the Bloomberg mobile I have kids I was annoying my wife by keeping checking on it But it's been fantastic because we've been positioned in the long end And look we didn't envisage omicron Omicron has kind of been a cherry on top I think that spook markets as well And that's helped 30 and 50 year bonds that we own rally heart as well as as well as this kind of hawkish pivot from Powell You know when you look at equity markets I said if I started off talking about Morgan Stanley and they said I mean I've got vicks me up written at the top of my sheet but if I turn over the page it is about global risk demand for Morgan Stanley is at a ten year low It's quite surprised at that The market surveys the AAI 42% are bearish Is it all that bad going into 2022 I know we don't know enough about army chrome That is the perhaps the biggest unknown Actually I think omicron will get through that because I think we all expected to be new variants and new vaccines will eventually Trump the new variants So we're not concerned about omicron We're concerned about how fast and how frequent the fed would hike Now like I said we don't think it would be fast and frequent Like before hikes that were just mentioned but if inflation does link it for longer than yeah I understand perhaps investors might start to get spooked and start to get nervous about being invested in the stock market for longer because the end of the day power center back for three years right Power's being dovish for three years Last week that was a big shift for us I mean he suddenly gone hawkish for the first time in three years And historically hawkish fed has not been a great environment for the stock market So we need to watch how that plays out in the next few weeks Okay we'll talk about one other major Central Bank in just a moment Oliver cattle stars with us For markets this Sunday morning in the meantime I'll get you up to speed for your first word headlines from around the world The UK has announced it will require all travelers to take a pre flight COVID test within 48 hours of their flight regardless of the vaccine status That will come into effect on Tuesday the health secretary such a job says they measure will be temporary and will be reviewed as the omicron outbreak develops more than 150 people across the UK have been identified with the new variant Bridgewater CEO David McCormick whose considering a U.S. Senate run has made it clear that he disagrees with ray dalio support for China So it's the same McCormick addressed the controversial remarks that Daniel made this week in which the hedge funds find compared China to a strict parent when asked about the disappearance of citizens who get into trouble He told staff on a conference call that he's had lots of arguments about China over the years with dalio Sources say U.S. Secretary of State anti blanken and the Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov have had a heated exchange over Ukraine at dinner last week in Stockholm The span erupted as Lavrov took to the floor and brought up the 2014 Russia Ukrainian conflict and the role of NATO with blanken later responding.
Fresh update on "morgan " discussed on Bloomberg Opinion
"Very interesting because if you go back there's a big industrial conference at Morgan Stanley early September and it was dark I mean the comments coming out of CEOs were very doomsday esque and they were all very concerned and it was very pessimistic And then we get to earnings season and profit margins were fine I mean they really were fine And you know the companies took some short term hits on the sale just because they physically didn't have enough people or parts to make the products but orders are still booming demand was very strong Overall especially at the larger company level they do seem to be finding ways to manage the supply chain inflation issues Now how long they can keep doing that I think is a valid question but there are some encouraging signs that we're at least past the worst of the supply chain pressures Do you think that the workers the union workers settled because they feared that deer wasn't doing as well as it obviously turned out it was I'm not going to try to guess what their motivations are but it is difficult in these union agreements because you know you are also especially in a company this big You're sort of playing in the field of public perception as well And the offer that dear made to its unions was fairly robust It was a 10% initial wage increased wage increases in the years of the contracts and special bonuses as well signing bonuses And so as your average person looking at it it does sound really good And I think you start to wonder is public perception still going to be on my side and also you're on strike You're not getting your wages from deer And so this is a very tough calculus for the union workers and they certainly seem to have gotten a very good deal here Tell us a little more about the 2022 projections So I think what was interesting is that with everything happening with the strike and the supply chain challenges it would have been very easy for deer to be a little bit more conservative and set a low bar that it knew it could clear I mean there's plenty of companies that do that when they don't have a significant challenges And that's really not what dear did I mean they forecast a pretty sizable increase from the already record net income that they had in this recently ended year They're now looking at making as much as 7 billion in 2022 And I think that's just really striking And a lot of it comes back to the sales growth that we were talking about from farmers replacing aging machinery some of it is that pricing power whether in response to inflationary pressures or that technology advantage I mean they're looking at an eye popping 9% increase for the large tractor and combine unit next year I mean that's meaningful and that's on top of very significant price increases in the most recently ended year And so this is just a really robust showing for deer Thanks Brooke That's Brooke Sutherland columnist for Bloomberg opinion Coming up on Bloomberg opinion President.
Fresh update on "morgan " discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York Show
"Hit with fines and regulations seemingly out of the blue The biggest Chinese regulatory crackdown we've seen That's according to Jonathan Garner of Morgan Stanley This will be the most significant of all the regulatory resets as we call it that China has done We think it's going to reshape the landscape for China equities really quite profoundly All coming on the heels of Jack Ma admonishing the Chinese government last year about making sure it got its regulation right Good innovation is not afraid of regulation but is afraid of being subjected to yesterday's way to regulate We can not use the way to manage a railway station to manage an airport With investors left to ask themselves where the China is investable right now Questions raised by David Rubenstein of Carlisle and Scott minor of Guggenheim I think people have to worry.
United Airlines Pilot Placed on Unpaid Leave After Being Granted Exemption From Vaccine Mandate
"I am going to be joined in this segment by captain sherry walker and captain Dave Morgan of airline employees for health freedom. They happen to be United Airlines pilots, and they are pretty good at what they do. 7 87 international 7 67, these guys are experts. They keep us safe. They make the skies friendly. They get us from point a to point B and now they are going to tell us their story about their experience with these vax mandates that have been spreading across the country. There is news today that osha has now at least temporarily sidelined this plan of vax mandates, pending circuit court, judgments that have fully put a stop to it, at least for the time being. So we're going to keep monitoring that. Dave Morgan, thank you so much for joining us, captain sherry walker. Thank you so much for joining us. Tell us a little bit about what you guys have been going through the floor is yours. I've got some tape, by the way, that we can play at some point in the segment of the CEO of United. I know you're not speaking on behalf of United here, but I do have, I think it's partner to what we're discussing. So I do want to get to that, but tell us what you've been going through. Tell us a little bit about your background. Are you guys getting paid right now? I went on unpaid leave a week ago on Friday. I'm a pilot for United Airlines. I was hired in continental airlines in 1998, so I've been here 23 and a half years. We've spent many years out in the island of Guam for Micronesia and three years ago, just before the pandemic, we moved from Guam to the great state of Arizona, and I'm on a fly 7 87 out of San Francisco. Pandemic came down the pipe and we pressed on. We are the front lines that we're willing to do whatever it took. What we are team of many, many people, and I'm just representing I'm a voice representing thousands who I wish also could have this opportunity to speak. But we work through this thing. And with a really can do cooperative spirit of let's get through this because I was also a pilot during 9 11. I remember that vividly. We worked through that. And then suddenly, on the back side of this, here comes this vaccine mandate. And those of us who pressed on and made the wheels turn airplanes fly, the people who were able to fly for point a to we were there to get them there. And all of a sudden, Scott Kirby says, we're not safe anymore. You're done. So as of last Friday, I've been placed on unpaid leave, and they've basically cut my cord. I have no insurance, no benefits. I can't retire. I have no access to anything. They have shut me down and to make it worse. I can't pass travel. I can't even jump seat on other airline jump seats. So I'm scrambling right now to see what I'm going to do with insurance. I have three boys, 12, 16 and
Rielly scores 2 goals, red-hot Maple Leafs top Rangers 2-1
"The Rangers maple Leafs both came in on four game win streaks Morgan Reilly scored twice is trying to stifle the Rangers attack until the third Dryden hunt banged home a loose puck with three thirty to go setting up a final Rangers push maple Leafs goalie Jack Campbell made twenty seven saves in Toronto has now won five straight and ten of its past eleven games the course has stricken stopped twenty eight shots for New York as the Rangers win streak was halted at four I'm Ben Thomas
'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier
"So I guess Adam Schiff thought he was on the view and it was a safe space for him or whatever it is was he being micro aggressive or what But Morgan ortegas was having none of it So she asked him about his constant promotion of the dossier I want you to keep in mind as you're listening to this Keep this clearly in mind That Adam Schiff and I am quoting him directly please go to the Internet and double check me Always Double check everything I tell you Adam Schiff had said repeatedly that there was smoking gun evidence that Trump had colluded with the Russians We now know that whatever Adam's shift said was evidence was in fact nonsense created by the Clinton campaign And notice how he doesn't apologize I want you to notice here he throws out another debunk conspiracy theory that Paul Manafort was dealing with a Russian intelligence agent Constantine kilimnik That's who he's talking about in this cut Constant the kilimnik was in fact a source for the Obama administration too So if Paul Manafort was dealing with some Russian spy then we have a damage assessment to do about the Biden Obama Biden administration which had trusted this guy This is a great clip Did you cut it into two No the whole thing Okay all right play that cut And let's not forget what we learned in that investigation We learned that the Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was giving internal polling data campaign polling data to Russian intelligence while Russian intelligence was helping the Trump to be clear if he was fired halfway through the campaign Well he may have been fired Yeah But the effort to get Russian help continued and even beyond the effort to get Russian help But you made president information yourself for years by promoting this I think that's what Republicans and what people who entrusted you as they Intel committee chair are so confused about your culpability in all of this Well I completely disagree with your premise It's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they work It's another to say that we should have foreseen an advance that some people were lying to Christopher Steele which is impossible of course to do But let's not use that as a smokescreen to somehow shield Donald Trump's culpability for inviting Russia to help him in the election which they did for trying to course Ukraine into helping him in the next election Which he did into inciting an erection insurrection which he did None of that is undercut None of that serious misconduct is in any way diminished by the fact that people lie to Christopher Steele No I think just your credibility is Did he say Donald Trump was inciting an erection You would like to say that on the radio Yeah I thought I heard that right Adam get your head out of the gutter Get your head out of the gutter you slob Disgusting Adam Schiff it's gross Talk like that on the radio But notice how he continues to parrot fairytales that no one could have possibly known Christopher Steele was lying Really Because the FBI as of January of 2017 when they interviewed Christopher Steele determined that Christopher Steele was in fact
Politician J.D. Vance Sees a Grassroots Movement Talking Hold Across the Nation
"Terry just doesn't get it. He is in his little bubble. The man who was Virginia governor who wants to be governor again, he's doubling tripling down on CRT, count three, Terry mccaul F we've got to go back, K to 6. Early on, we've got to start teaching, talking about these issues much earlier than we've done it before. And we don't do a good job in our education system, talking about diversity, inclusion, openness, and so forth. We don't. We got our textbooks, but you know, there has to be a big part of how do you fit in into the social work of our nation and our fabric. How is it that we deal with one another is to me is as important as your math class or your English class and so forth. K to 6. Math, not so much diversity and inclusion. I know our first guest is going to have something to say about that. He is stirring up the political world with his candidacy for the Senate in Ohio JD Vance. Welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. You must be watching with a very, very close eye, the last ten days in Virginia. The whole CRT doubling down. Is this a phenomena? Are you witnessing the pushback on a similar scale in Ohio? How bullied are you that Americans are finally waking up, JD? Look, I'm very excited about what I'm seeing. Certainly in Virginia, but also in Ohio, it feels like there's a real grassroots movement brewing on the conservative movement right now. And it's just like in times past it's not just the politicos. It's not just the establishment folks. Sometimes not even people who are that political, but they're just very fired up about what their kids are teaching. Their kids are coming home, crying upset because they're being told that they're a bad person depending on the color of their skin and they're just fed up about it. And I think, you know, it may very well take down tearing the calls, but I certainly think it is the beginning of the movement all across this country that's going to take down a lot of Democrats all over all over the
The Left Clearly Hates America
"The left we understand. We understand there goes. They hate America. They don't necessarily want to destroy it. They want to create it recreated in their own image. Which will mean destroying the America that we know and cherish. That's clear. That's understood from opening the borders. To creating a military that is woke and laughed at by our enemies. To creating school boards that are guided by their design to indoctrinate our children, politically, and to cutting out the role and the say of parents in the raising of their children and their education. We understand that. It's as clear. In Americans who aren't political, are rising to the task of recognizing that threats. But what about our side? What about those that are putative conservatives, conservatives, nominally? But not in actuality. They could be even more of a threat to us. You've heard it all before the criticisms of president Trump who was a very unusual quote unquote Republican. He's so crude. Remember the Billy Bush tape? What about stormy Daniels and all the others? Oh, and don't forget his tweets. People are still talking about president Trump's tweets, even though he doesn't even have a Twitter account. You've heard all of these criticisms and many, many others. The never ending loop of Trump criticism a critique, which seems inconsequential when compared to what he actually did in office for four years. The record of his policy accomplishments from crushing the physical caliphate of the jihadi group ISIS, the most successful modern jihadi group that he had even eclipsed Al-Qaeda to creating a pre Wuhan flu a pre COVID economy, the likes of which America and the world had never seen.
Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo leads AMA nominees in her debut
"A living abroad Rego is the lead nominee for the American music awards I margins are a letter with the latest livia rodrico has seven nominations for the AMA's including artist of the year and new artist of the year the other artist of the year nominees are the weekends BTS Arianna Grande Drake and Taylor swift no top smoke is a notable nominees for three awards he died last year another notable Morgan Wallen with two country nominations Wallen was caught on video earlier this year using a racial slur the show's producers say that his nominations are based on Billboard charts but well and will not be included in the award show on November twenty first
Morgan Freeman interviews police recruits in Alabama town
"A famous actor is helping officials in his part time home to interview new police recruits imagine having to pass muster for job with Oscar winning actor Morgan Freeman that was the scenario for a batch of police recruits in the Alabama beach town of Gulf shores Freeman lives there part time and he sat in on one of the board meetings that was reviewing possible new hires the deputy chief of the police department says a sometimes has residents take part in the screening recruits and when Freeman heard about the opportunity he volunteered to help the actor kept it low key wearing a hat and sitting back in his chair eventually he did reveal himself and the deputy chief says it was a big surprise for those who didn't recognize him at least some of those recruits will be able to say that they got Freeman's approval I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Filmmaker Ami Horowitz on the Inspiration for His Series
"Can we are back with army Horowitz, see the whole video of him in Berkeley with American students giving a man they think is funding the Taliban money for the next 9 11 army. We don't rehearse any of this. I don't tell you what I'm going to ask you. This is the question. I don't think I've ever asked you. And I think it's the most important one. Nobody is doing what you're doing. I mean, you know, Jesse ward is what his world is fun. It's amusing, but your videos are shocking. Why are you doing what you're doing? What's the genesis of it or we share that story? Yeah, sure. You know, so my background was as an investment banker. That's what I did for most of my career. And one day the Saturday night and I was watching the Michael Moore film going for Columbine. And I started drifting off thinking about the United Nations and how horrific they are and damaging they are. And why isn't anybody up in arms about it? And I looked over at the screen at the Michael Moore documentary. I thought, what did engaging interesting. Way to convey an idea, this idea of a smart, dark documentary. Now, he may be totally wrong, he's a big fat pig. But hey, you know what? Still, it's a really interesting way of conveying a perspective. So I thought, you know what? I'm going to do that. I literally quit my job. I was sorry, I quit my job on Monday. Start raising money, made a movie called you and me, which was thank God successful enough where a kind of open live doors for me. I decided I didn't want to do any more. I didn't want to spend another 7 years on one topic and spend millions of dollars on it. So I said, you know, this social media was really taken off that point. And you can kind of create your own platform. And that's what I did. I just started doing these one off videos. And they just kind of became super successful and they kind of blew up to the point where now we're across all platforms are probably four and a half million views per video. As soon as the show, right? Then you're going to have your own show called triggered. Yeah, yeah. We are in the process of that as well. Really excited about them. I'm sure. I'm sure this will be one of the first places I'll come to you talk about it once we're
Superman Comes Out of the Closet, Gets Woke
"I see we've triggered the libs. They can't stand it that I think having a gay Superman isn't the best business move. I guess they understand much better because they did so well with the work efficacy of Star Wars didn't they, and I dread the next Indiana movie. Oh my gosh, Indiana Jones. We shall see. But let's listen to the logic behind what they're doing. This is super van writer Tom Taylor on CNN. He's so excited about woke you find the most famous superhero cut in. And you said, man, if you're going to make a new Superman, what should that look like? And it struck me as it would be a real opportunity lost if we had another we had clock replaced by another straight white savior. So here was an opportunity to create a Superman who could represent a whole new group of people. And I think that was one that we had to leave them. And will be addressing modern day issues like. The climate crisis like refugees, John in the last issue has just been arrested attending a protest trying to stop the reform of asylum seekers. Yeah, who needs a white heterosexual superhero? I mean, that's not really what western civilization needs. And we've got to fight. The next super villain is going to be what the weather?
DC Comics Reveals Latest Superman as Bisexual in New Issue
"And now they've done it with this Superman franchise. I posted this yesterday. Turned my Instagram on fire. The image. Of Superman in a Homer sexual kiss. Because DC Comics, I guess they don't want to sell colleagues. And now the new Superman the son of kal el is going to come out as gay or as Jeff pointed out, I guess he's by, right? Whatever. Who cares? But here's the bottom line. This is beautiful. Help me to balance his riding this one up. I zaki poo. Are you typing? How many homosexuals how many gay people are there in society? 1% one and a half percent. Let's be generous. Let's double it. 3%. 3% of America gay. And the gay people I know, they don't rub it in your face. It's just a thing they do. It's private. It's not a gender, they got a ram in your face. Say, look, this is me. It's the radical fraction of that 2%. The loud screamers. The identity politics harridans. So why are you trying to placate a fraction of 2%?
Vegas defeats Seattle, 4-3, ruins Kraken league debut
"The Vegas golden knights put a damper on the debut of the NHL's newest franchise with a four three win over the Seattle crack in Chandler Stephenson scored the game winner on a redirect office skate just thirty five seconds after the cracking of relic from a three nothing deficit to tie the game in the third period Ryan Donato scored the first going crack in team history at the eleven thirty two marked the second trade and Morgan Geekie scored the game tying goal for Seattle Max patch ready had two goals for the gold nice plus an assist on the Stevenson game winner mark stone had three assists for Vegas I'm Jim Bernard
"morgan " Discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan
"To women's media centre lie. I'm robin morgan. Now one of the things. We're going to do today relates to. What is going to happen this coming week. Or supposedly this coming week because congress supposedly unless they delay it is going to engage finally on the infrastructure bills plural. So we're gonna take a dive inside infrastructure it's history his etymology where it's going also. It's spanish heritage month although that's not the reason that our special guests this week is Great writer sandra cisneros. This interview has been in the works for a long time. And i couldn't be more pleased to welcome to the program so we've got a lot to do. Let's get started and go. Inside those infrastructure headlines infrastructure used to be called simply.
Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations
"The haitian government is asking the biden administration to pause mass deportations of migrants back to haiti amid a surge of haitian migrants crossing the rio grande river river. Nbc news correspondent. Morgan chaska got exclusive access to the southern texas encampment. These migrants are now calling home. These are the men women and children calling the shade of texas border bridge. Whole the group. Mostly from haiti. Now number nearly fifteen thousand strong. They've come here with little hoping to claim asylum and turn launching a massive mission for state and federal agencies secure. The border provide and process every single person over the last few days we moved approximately thirty three hundred individuals. We expect that number to increase in the days ahead. Our crew granted exclusive access to visit with those whose futures remain uncertain. This woman named yvo telling us she's been here more than a week and his barely eaten for many. They're only nourishment the food and water handouts. That can't come fast enough now has been only a matter of days since this group's swelled in size underneath the bridge but as we push this direction you can see that there is already a small city that has formed here in the shadow out this rich plants from the riverbank being used in some cases as temporary roofs as children playing the shade. Everyone trying to do whatever they can to stay cool. Massive accusations along the border began this morning. Some planes flying migrants from san antonio direct to port-au-prince haiti others are being bused to other processing locations. Such as paso laredo. Those flown home today returned to a country still reeling from a devastating earthquake. Deportation flights only expected to arrive in the coming
Chris Stapleton, Eric Church Share Top CMA Nominations
"Chris Stapleton and Eric church lead the nominations for the Country Music Association awards with five each I'm marquees are a letter with the latest Stapleton and Eric church will face off for entertainer of the year along with Miranda Lambert Carrie Underwood and Luke combs Morgan Wallen who was caught on video earlier this year yelling a racial slur earns an album of the year nomination for his dangerous the double album the CMA had earlier said Wallen would be disqualified for individual awards but his music was eligible Lambert now has fifty eight career nominations tying her with Brad Paisley for the third most overall ABC will air the CMA awards on November tenth
20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues
"Officials in New York or announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center just days before the twentieth anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly three thousand people and jolted the nation the medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead New York she was a broker for marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate fines in two thousand one two thousand two and two thousand six his family is asking the name be withheld it's the first time in two years new identifications have been made eleven hundred remains are still unidentified even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found chief medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledge to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families I'm Jackie Quinn
Kylie Jenner Confirms She's Expecting Baby No. 2
"So. The rumors are true. Kylie just confirmed. She's pregnant with baby number. Two she announced it with another sweep video. Kind of like how she told the world. She was pregnant with stormy but this time she didn't wait until the baby was already want. That's how she told her famous fan gene away. Ooh every time. I just loved that. Chris acts like she doesn't have ten of the grandkids kids. She's like day of my life to babysit. It was so beautiful the announcement it was really beautiful. And i'm really excited for her. And you know it's so interesting. I know clear blue. Easy is kicking themselves. Ask right now. She's not giving away free. Promo but what i also loved about it as you know she probably would have. Do you think if there wasn't rumors to the point where like peatland had said something. She would've come out with this. I truly believe that she had hit the first pregnancy and it was so isolating and she talked about how lonely. She's about and how afraid she wants to go outside so i don't think that she would do it again. She's not a nineteen year old girl. Right this is not her first time getting pregnant. She knows that the world is going to accept it and her unconventional relationship with travis. Scott so i think she was waiting for the perfect time. I just don't think that she would hit it. The whole time and with the met gala. Come and do you think she wants to do it before they're going. I can't get a read on. Who's actually going to this gal.
How Do You 'Normalize' Relations With the Taliban?!
"Everything. I hear coming out of this white house. The state department is attempt to normalize the taliban and we also have talked about everything else. But but jim kalki normalize relations with the taliban. Here's the problem with trying to do that. Is is what you're doing is empowering and legitimizing them and what that will do is speed the the degree to which they will become a threat their relationship with al qaeda and the network and as you know the connie were were the people that originally insisted that the taliban invite bin laden to come to afghanistan they they span afghanistan and pakistan. They have a relationship with pakistani intelligence services these are or religious zealots and the taliban may not have the perfect relationship with it but they can't give them up explain why al qaeda and connie have to go back to afghanistan have to reconstitute their basis. Why is the twentieth anniversary. September the eleventh so important. What is there that goal right now and this gets to the key point. Why the administration's course of action is so incredibly dangerous that it is it is it is actually the beginning of the most dangerous phase of this crisis not the end of the crisis but the start of the really big scary crisis because once alka and they've already done this the day they touch back on afghan soil. They have one thing in mind only one thing they have to do. They have to have another nine eleven. They have to do it. And it has to be planned out about ghanistan. It's not like oh. We learned our lesson. Stick to terrorism or other places. The americans won't bother us again because honor is power and they have to regain their honor and they have to regain their respect and they have to fill the historic mission that the global jihad is alive and well and the way they do. That is twenty years after nine. Eleven they strike america in its heart again and they kill as many more. That is the gory that cannot be resisted. They have to do
Kabul Wasn't a Withdrawal, It Was a Retreat
"I've been waiting all week for this. He is the vice president of the heritage foundation heritage dot. Org he is the man we go to for all matters national security and foreign policy. Jim califano welcome back to america. First you're on am. I know not live on national radio. America you have to actually here. So let's i think there's two big issues one is what they're gonna do next which is going to make things even worse in the white house and and the other is what we how we stop it okay so before we get to that for two days. Now i've been quoting. You'll tweet here on america. First very powerful super powerful visual tweet where you said. The compost wasn't a withdrawal. It was the result of contact with the enemy. Which means it's a retreat. Jim what write that what. So here's what happened. And i'm not nancy drew but i think and i even think on your show. People have unpack this understand. What's going on biden. Convinced himself that afghanistan was going to collapse. He so he had and so he grabbed gani. And he said you're going to cut a deal with the taliban and you're gonna turn the country over to the taliban and what you guys are going to do is let me leave first. And then the country's gonna collapse and it won't happen on my watch and it won't be fall and what happened is of course. The taliban were like well dude. If you just tell us you're leaving we're not gonna cut any deal and of course ghani got cold feet grabbed his suitcases and headed for the door. And then what biden did was just executed is planning precipitated. The collapse and then he put himself in a situation where where there was no escape. It's literally like dustin hoffman walks up to customer and says dude there's a million indians on the little bighorn don't go there and then custard charges anyway and and get surrounded by the by the indians and then he then he turns to the guy next. How could this possibly happen.
All Terrorist Organizations Have One Thing in Common: Their Hatred for America
"We are back with. Marc morgan of the trump administration now the heritage foundation and with a fair mark. Let's focus we've done one hypothetical with regards to the refugees. Enough ghanistan could have exploited by jihadists. Let's talk about the obvious thing. If i'm a bad guy if i'm going to read team what the bad guys thinking and what they're preparing to do with a border regime is literally being dismantled since you were running it and since president trump started the wall. Find a bad guy. And i didn't get onto one of our c- seventeens. I'm just going to get myself to mexico and walk across the border and do terrorism here in in america is that is that out of the question. Nos nasa basha getting to look at intelligence community. If those there'd be an honest will tell you the same thing. Here's what we do know. All the rhetoric this ministration though saying that one terrorist organization how the fighting with one tears organization. That's all bunk because reality is all the terrorist organizations now fully operated freely in afghanistan. Have all one thing in common their hatred for america and their unwavering commitment to do us harm remains and so they're going to continue as they happen looking for every single vol- ability to do that mission to do us harm and right now. One of the biggest vulnerabilities that this country has is our southern border. You know let me give you just real quick because a couple of staff because forty fifty percent of resources have been pulled off the line to process the two hundred twelve thousand. Were getting every single large air. The borders are wide open. Unsecure this fiscal year alone estimate. I'm being conservative. Three hundred and forty thousand. God always think about that sebastian. Three hundred forty thousand. God always illegal aliens that made a passer frontline defense and made their way into this country every town city state among them are criminals gang members etc. But also keep in mind with support of that. Is we've apprehended a hundred digital from one hundred forty different countries and this year. Fourteen apprehensions of folks beyond the fbi's terrorist screening database. Think about
"morgan " Discussed on Morgan Stanley Ideas Podcast
"That would help women get back to work and while onsite daycare helped sierra get back to her job she realizes that providing childcare is really tough for many employers they are constantly dealing with state licensing. They are running a company but also running another company. That has a whole different set of rules completely different. Set of personnel. Not easy but it is worth it. I think if you value your employees enough then you can push through anything that might companies are really great example of doing solutions like this are just one of the ways to help. Women get back into the workforce and make careers easier for parents. Julie cash has spent her career. You're trying to figure this out. And she's been pushing for decades. Now she finally has hope oh I started obsessing about this question of work and parenting. When i was a senior in college. What wise up. I hit been going along working toward a great career. High impact career as a political science. Major thinking i would go work in politics and sort of realized that my mom had been estate home mom and i kind of always thought that that would be my path as well and had this a ha moment where i realized i couldn't do both and so i as a policy major in an idealistic twenty one year olds have great. I'm gonna figure this out. I'm gonna solve this through public policy before i in all my friends have as my plan sounds like a college student. I will solve this problem for the world and myself before intend years before or in the next two years before. I have the chat exactly as the plan.
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"Is not cheap. A year of daycare can cost upwards of eleven thousand dollars per child. It is a huge issue. And i actually go through the county or assistance and it helps out a lie. It goes by your income. If i did not get that assistance through the county. Might kids wouldn't even be able to go to this day care center and then what was sonia. A working single mother do. Many parents are watching at this moment to see what happens with president. Joe biden's proposed one point eight trillion dollar american families plan it would fund education paid family leave and childcare. Now it's still has to go through congress but it calls for a system where low and middle income families with paid no more than seven percent of their income for daycare for kids under five it would also raise wages and provide training for childcare workers now congress is gonna do what congress is gonna do but this announcement signals a huge shift for wealthy country. The us is way behind when it comes to women in the workforce and it is not good for anyone. Here's a number for you. Fifty seven billion dollars. One study found that. That's what the. Us economy is losing every year because of the lack of reliable childcare options. I asked you if she thinks. This is a hopeful moment for mothers especially women of color a deal. I think that you know you have janelle jones as the economist at the department of labor who coined the phrase black women best. Which is this concept that if black women are doing well everyone's gonna be doing better until sonia is just going to have to keep going..
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"One of the women turned on her phone and started playing mariachi music. All of the staff came out and lined the driveway and they were singing. She was the queen latina like our psyche. She was the queen of the house here and they pay tribute to her by playing one of her favorite songs as she left. Who was very touched that this is what it looks like. When we value our elders sylvia was able to make the best choice for herself and her mother just like. Irene and iris fu so taguchi made a different but equally good choice in hawaii because well they had good options.
"morgan " Discussed on Morgan Stanley Ideas Podcast
"Less of a chance of catching viruses. Overall people live better when they age in place. Well so why is it so hard to do. First of all it may be cheaper than a nursing home but aging in place comes with a cost a cost. That's usually carried by women like iris. In the beginning. People are like be careful caregiver burnout. I've been there. And i'm they caregiver. Burn out on. Never get to that. You know i'll never let that happen. Well that thing is real man. It's like i'm at caregiver burnout for real. And then risk got some help in twenty. Eighteen hawaii launch the groundbreaking kupuna caregivers program. It gives working family caregivers. Money financial support up to seventy dollars a day towards services that help keep an elderly person at home and that could mean hiring visiting care. Worker someone to help with cleaning or cooking or sending a loved one to daycare waiting. He's we need is aerial. Iris finds a bit of relief by sending her mom to a senior daycare center. You can hear irene playing a game with a small child of a daycare worker. Iris was nervous about taking her but day. One went a lot better than expected. She's like hey there's my friend she would righted. She started coloring with a friend. And i was at. I tell you it was like i want the megabucks. Iris's mother loves it but daycare also cost mega megabucks bucks iris. Inter family didn't have social security. Checks barely cover. The cost of medicine diapers personal items. I was dipping into her own dwindling savings now. Unpaid family caregivers can expect to spend nearly twenty percent of their overall income looking after a loved one they may need to also bring in home carries. Install safety equipment. And if they don't have family leave they may lose or give up their own jobs and deplete their own retirement funds figuring out how to pay for all of it takes time and a lot of energy now without capuna care. I was doesn't know.
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"Hello i'm scenario clinton. I've been thinking a lot about this conversation. I listened in on recently. Beat lauren right and her father. Willie right thirty degrees. I'm thirty three. I am getting older. And i'm having to do adult things. Like talk to my father about him getting older and being his. What's it called catty. I'm here power of attorney s and that's that's all you everything. Is you so as to reality of living as it. Were you know we have to be prepared to leave. We have to prepare to die. Listen i know this sounds like a dark way to start a show but let's face it. We're a year plus into a pandemic that has been deadly for elderly folks. We're all thinking about how we ourselves will spend our senior years. And if we're lucky we're having conversations just like this with love humor and a bit of francs. I told you can't die. And i will. This is a weekly conversation for lauren. And willie right. It's a conversation that feels more urgent because of the pandemic right. now willie loves living in cleveland. God bless him where he's a program manager for the national caucus in center on black aging. But he's getting older. He lives alone far from lauren. And he has diabetes. He thinks about his future every single day. I don't wanna be in anybody's nursing hall thing that's just not my. I saw not an option like and you're also not like ninety but eventually that will be ninety god willing and but what does that look like for me. What is what is what is seventy five. What is eighty look like. What does that look like for me. Baby boomers like willie right are redefining. What the golden years can look like or lease. They're trying they're going to live longer. That could also mean. They're living with more health complications. Like dementia the pandemic has forced us to reckon with how we treat in value our elders and the people who care for them. So how can we make that care better if we tackle that. Now what could seventy five eighty or fingers crossed ninety. Look like for willie right for our parents or even for us. He's just like a beacon of light. When you have that program. Like i spent on debbie get through high can finally get her in a place. That has a private room where she does have some dignity and respect. I'm scenario clinton and this is now what's next an original podcast from morgan.
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"That can have an impact on a whole organization. Twenty fifteen joe. Maria started working. I h nordic danish digital marketing agency that charges clients by the hour. He was then the head of events and partner relations and when jomar learned about the company's goal to shift to a four day workweek every friday off without pain employees less or making them clock sixteen hour days on so this is crazy. You're an agency. We rely on billable hours as well. So i was to be. Honest is quite skeptical. I thought there's going to be some catch lay. So what was the catch. Catch was okay. He was the catch as a company. We had to figure out how to do it. Does that make sense. It makes sense if you know that. In denmark and other scandinavian countries. It's way more common for companies to have a so called flat structure. The student work can talk to the ceo and tell them what they think can be improved and that would be unheard of in other cultures in japan and possibly the us and stuff like that. But it's just it's just how it is so after. The head of the company made the decision to shift to a four day. Workweek jomar in his co workers identified three hundred and fifty problems that needed to be solved to respect goal and in order to solve them in. This is really important. The ceo gave them dedicated time so once a month they had tools down and what i would call that was innovation. Friday innovation. Friday amid declined. Wickham on stuff but you look at processes process improvement and you break up into different taskforce groups on that try and then you presented at the end of the day what you're gonna do and all that stuff. They discovered ways to shorten meetings and keep them focused which included sending an agenda with every invitation. If you received a meeting invited and it didn't have a clear agenda you have every right to reject that meeting and say please. And the ceo did this a couple of times. He sent it out to people and they rejected it to him. They said sorry. This does not fit the standards so we'd agreed upon and when you have short meetings. It's it's amazing how you are smarter about your time tackle distraction and interruption with the pomodoro works technique involves headphones twenty five minutes heimer and a red light to show others. You're focusing. now they discovered how essential it was that everyone in the company buy into this shifting culture. I had a collie who said he tried doing. The pomodoro method in his old job but people. It's tapping him on the shoulder. Even though he had a time of it wasn't the understanding. You just come up as a real a home as a person because you're doing something against the culture so it has to be accompanied shift culture wise and come from the top because of comes from the top than its gospel to everyone. Denmark already had and efficient work culture that was conducive to working smarter. Plus the process of figuring out how the do a four day workweek created exponential value because we made improvements where inflammation and what we were doing was more transparent across the company way understood what each other's challenges were. I think the strategy was it would help retain and keep good employees but also attract good talent. Reducing work hours was good for business and other companies are figuring that out as well. Last year microsoft japan released a report that productivity went up forty percent when they shortened their workweek. The spanish government recently announced a trial that support companies across the country in reducing working hours as a means to among other things increase their productivity sweden found that nurses benefited mentally and physically and perform better when they worked less hours. So what's stopping it from becoming a thing that side as well labor economists. I talked to say it'll take a lot more data to sway most companies. But many point to something. Celeste talked about we value. Work itself not as a means to an end but as an end in and of itself. That mentality really took hold after world war two but as the boomers retire in jin's ears flood the workplace will their reputation for wanting more work life balance create lasting change. In the meantime we can look at companies like h to see what is possible over the course of two years their innovation. Fridays went from monthly to weekly and then they were eliminated altogether a four day workweek with the same pave same benefits. Same twenty five days vacation. God loved embark without working extra hours. Monday through thursday. Then the question becomes. What do you do with free friday. I think in some ways my wife was the best beneficiary of the four-day work-week. Because i had this nice little list of things to do which i was happy to do meant that we had a clear run for the weekend a three day weekend every week but still. Let's think about what you lose when you prioritize efficiency some of the solutions like the pomodoro sprints had an unexpected effect. His sound level did go down in office and it was something that as a group. We quickly realized that okay. People aren't laughing as much so it did I i think in the music times. It's like it's a compressor. It eliminates the highs and eliminates the lows. Bring the last back. They made a lot of extra. Social stuff happened in a really deliberate way. Like weekly bar thursdays lucky lunches where you ate with a random colleague and for me i have no reason to say this was a great thing or whatever but i really think it's something that companies should look at seriously and use some of the statistics that are available now. Having done this experiment as for jomar he moved on to start his own company. I do not work a four day workweek for anyone who's ever done their own business. You know you live and breathe that you love it but what is good is. I still do expense. I adjusted my g mail. Calendar to undo twenty minutes and forty minute meetings. You know so. I'm taking with me a lot of the things that i've led a we will 'cause it was also we had the level of empowerment and autonomy as employees and it's not every company. Ceo that's going to give up their power to the people right and that's not going to happen overnight. Giving power to the people we know that may not happen overnight but times are changing especially this past year. Some employers are experimenting with better conditions and benefits but elsewhere more and more workers are fighting for more sustainable and safer work over. The pandemic people stayed at home and ordered in the apps. People lost jobs and look for flexible. Easily accessible work via apps and gig work exploded. But this kind of.
"morgan " Discussed on Morgan Stanley Ideas Podcast
"In eighteen. Seventeen manufacturer robert owen proposed breaking the day into three equal parts. Eight hours for work eight hours for play an eight hours for sleep over about one hundred years that idea too cold but slowly finally it was in one thousand nine hundred eighty six after last global pandemic after decades of fighting by labor activists that henry ford was eventually convinced that workers were more productive when they didn't work until the breaking point an eight hour workday allowed him to run three shifts in a manufacturing plant two shifts to make the cars one for maintenance and in one thousand nine hundred forty. Us congress standardized the forty hour. Work week that was essentially the end of the movement to short workout. Back to celeste. Who came to a point when she realized something had to change okay. This isn't sustainable. So i'm gonna quit my day job. And i'm gonna focus just on the writing and occasional journalism and i think i had this idea that a big part of the stress and overwork was because of my job or my boss and it wasn't because when i did that it got worse it got so much worse. Many of us cannot quit our day jobs. But many of us can relate to what made this situation worse for seles. Especially if you wanna fantasize about working from home and then you found yourself doing that during the pandemic only to realize that when you work from home you're not working from home you're living at work. Sound familiar cova. Took the work anywhere anytime. Ethos to a new annoying extreme. It just meant that works started to claim every single corner of lives. People would get tired of working at their dinner table or their desk and they'd get up and take their laptop out on the porch not realizing that what you're really doing is training brain to think. Oh the porch is also a place for doing work. I mean you can see. It's just led to a situation in which ray are never relaxed. Its my my example would be my nephew closing his work laptop and then opening his personal laptop. Yeah that's like a that's not a transition brother. Exactly exactly says we have to remember that technology is just a tool and if it's stressing you out that simply means you're using it rights user error what everybody hates to hear from their. It department right. It's just user error and you just have to fix the way that you're using it. Our brains have simply not evolved to allow us to in a healthy way. Have our hands on a tool. All day long celeste. Points out that our brains can't really distinguish between work and play when it comes to how we use our devices that means that slack. Sedova coup merge into one creating untouchable time away from work away from electronics. That goes a long way to relieving stress when you're doom scrolling for updates or just on instagram keeps you in sort of a heightened state flight or fight for me. I often go on long walks. And i try not to listen to anything or anyone. It's so great so glad that you said this pretty much everybody does or close to everyone can find five ten fifteen minutes and let those minutes untouchable and those are for you and you alone for no intrusions by as you say the news manmade sounds anything else. Let them simply be free from electronics. Just you and the world but time isn't going to solve a hall of our overtime problems for a lot of us working more sustainably which means not burning out means understanding the pressure. We're putting on ourselves. And why something. I kind of know firsthand. It was around my forty six. Th birthday that it was like oh i'm not an underachiever literally lake. You had thought before that that you were yes. My entire life and celeste camera late. Yeah i mean. I i feel you hard because you know. My grandfather was the dean of african american composers. He's like genius with a capital g. My great grandmother was born in slavery and then went on to have her life story. Read into the congressional record. So yeah i also was like i just. I just work a job. The idea that's west is getting to is that. We're not allowed to feel burnt out because our elders didn't have it is good or because we think that the work we're doing just isn't as meaningful or important and you know what honestly it was thinking about my family that helped me you forgive myself and also realize that i was doing it wrong because when i started reading like my grandfather's journals and stuff he did a lot of nothing now by nothing. She means he grew vegetables. He had hobbies. He did things other than work and was still extraordinarily successful. So what's going on with us. Celeste says it all goes back to what she said. At the start our culture makes us feel like we can't stop grind it. This is all working on our subconscious. That when you sit down and watch a movie or check your social media feeds or any of the other things that you do. You should feel guilty. This makes me think about children when my favorite questions to ask kids is what they want to be when they grow up. And you know what's funny. They almost always rhyme off some job. Like pilot dr astronaut. Here's an idea. What about being no happy. We need to really examine our goals because most of us are living by means goals and their means to an end. And we've lost sight of. What is that end. Is it to be happy. Is it to be healthy. Is it to have a loving family. And when i'm talking about how monumental this task is. That's what i'm talking about like this is reorienting your life reorienting. Our lives rethinking. How and when and why. We're working hours we do. Sometimes it takes a personal health crisis to start asking those questions. Sometimes it takes a harrowing national experience like nine eleven sometimes well seems like it takes a pandemic and a strange as it may sound the breaking point so many of us have reached working through this past year. That's exactly where seles finds the hope. I think globally and especially in the united states people are daily coming to that realization. I had in that plane. And they're thinking. Oh god i can't keep doing this. I can't keep doing this. I can't keep doing this. And that means that you either have to give into it. Which i hope nobody does or you have to think. How do i change my daily life so that this doesn't happen again no matter who you are what you do. You've likely asked yourself some version of that question. Over the last year and that personal question has led to a lot of difficult conversations row. Childcare family leave paid sick days and a new focus on mental wellness. All things we've talked about already in this podcast and yet most of us don't have control over our work hours and kansas clock off when we've had enough but as joe maria can attest that doesn't mean big sustainable work life. Changes are possible changes.
"morgan " Discussed on Morgan Stanley Ideas Podcast
"You have to kind of go in with open eyes and understand the the monumental task ahead of you that you're literally have been brainwashed and you have to be deprogrammed. Celeste headley journalist and author is talking to you and me and she's talking about the forces that keep us all grinding to the point where we feel like if we're not working. We should be ashamed of ourselves. That if we're not productive we're not valuable all right. I've been there. She's been there is good chance. You've been there yourself celeste. Experience led her to write a book called. Do nothing how to break away from overworking overdoing and under living now. Do nothing sounds enticing. Especially for those of us addicted to the grind culture. You know that guilt you feel the need to keep working just a little bit longer thinking that may be it will be better tomorrow. I mean scenario. When was that actually true. When you worked the extra two hours and then the next day was to our shorter ever never know. So why do we keep doing it before. The pandemic are workdays. Were already long and too often. They were getting longer the so-called forty hour work week for many of us was stretching to fifty sixty seventy hours. We were already in such an epidemic of burn out globally that the w. h. o. Had recognized burn out as a an actual health risk in a syndrome for a lot of us. Things just got worse this last year people working from home saw the edges of their workdays gets even blurrier parents trying to fit zoom calls and slack messages around naps virtual school and those sacred hours after bedtime frontline workers powering through their days after nights after days. Then there are those of us who lost jobs and had to turn to the gig economy with this unpredictable. Ncaab hours actually unpredictable. Everything to be honest. This past year has been hard but it has forced us to examine how we work. And why we've been doing it like this for so long. We're going through life. Like people watching a movie with a doritos bag and at some point it just becomes mindless to constantly get another dorito out of the bag and then you get up at the end and you're like oh why do i have a stomach ache on this episode of now. What's next at original podcast from morgan. Stanley we are going to put down the doritos bag. And we're taking stock of the forty hour workweek and turning the people who thought long and hard about making work more sustainable from personal shifts. And when i'm talking about how monumental this task is. That's what i'm talking about like this is reorienting your life cultural shifts. The made the bold announcement to the company. We're going to move to the four day workweek two shifts. That could change the whole economy. How do we use the economy to create for ourselves. Sustainability and ownership and empowerment. I was scenario glutton. Let's go to work. I found myself at some point so over scheduled so over committed and just so unhappy and sick so for me. It didn't start as a book. It was just me trying to figure out what was going on. And how i could solve it celeste. The author of do nothing hit breaking point after a speaking engagements. She just couldn't cancel even though she was very sick. I was just like gripped with fear that i would lose my voice that i would sleep through the gig. 'cause sleep very well when you have bronchitis and so i was just pouring whatever over the counter drugs. I could get into my body. Just try to get through the next day and give that speech. She did it but pushing through actually pushed her over the edge and on the plane ride home. She felt awful. I started thinking. Why like wh why is my life. Why did i set myself up. So that i can't take a sick day and that's when i realized i have to figure out what's going wrong so i started researching. How she got there and she quickly realized she wasn't alone so many of us have crazy. Work lives that are simply unsustainable. It would help if we pause for a moment to get into the.
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"And i. I have a few potential collaborations that i'm looking at doing some electronic artis but we'll see what happens with that. You know a great. You're starting out as artists so may have a preferred platform but what preferred pot for. Would you consider your go to for fans to follow you I post the most on. Tiktok yeah i post pretty much. Every day on tiktok are not not everything is music. some of it's just about me and who i am and my thoughts but yes so my tiktok is. Ask the real morgan king. Good for you it i. I've i've said until a couple they need to get on that platform and a lot of our I don't need to anna mike. You're missing out. You're missing out there. Michigan talk is fun. It's fun took a great platform. I think it's it's a lot more natural and honest not ways than say instagram or facebook or even youtube youtube very curated the opportunity to be more casual. I think on on tiktok and people get to know you a little bit better right like i don't wanna be this with people who liked my music. I don't wanna be this person who is on a pedestal. Or you know. Anyone thinks is perfect or flawless. You know better than them in any way or curated like what my handle. Is the real morgan gang. Because i want. Yeah i want you knew real to people i want them to see me as a human being whose flawed just as flawed as everyone else and just trying to do my thing in this world. Make some kind of difference while i'm here. You know very cool. I was gonna ask you that before we left. I've thought is another margin king out there. She's a while. There is actually another morgan. King out there A man from the uk. I believe okay. So you're not gonna get us confused with each other and yes. It's the real morgan king. Because i i want to be real if people i just wanna be me this awesome. Why love your music. Thank you so much. Thank you for being on the show. The i definitely want you back on the show. I would be happy to come back any. Thank you so much for having me. Okay with the release arrears. Have a great night. You too well said y'all for tuning in if you enjoy listening to this podcast please. Share this episode with others. In posted about it on social media catchall the latest from the buzzer and upcoming shows. You can follow us on instagram. At the buzzer role media and on twitter at the buzzer indie. Catch the pod next episode on air in d. from my path. Tr's over the airways subscribe fees at the buzzer. Pollock dot com cheers..
"morgan " Discussed on Morgan Stanley Ideas Podcast
"Became even more important. I would say almost if equivalent importance to simply just the course material so butcher came to dr. Graham's international law class in september twenty twenty it felt and look different. While for starters dr graham split the class of fifty students into two smaller groups so they would be both fewer faces on those zooms and then she sent out short video lectures and readings in advance. And then when we came to class on wednesday. Then we'd get straight into it you know we'd we'd hop on talk a little bit about how are week was going and then we'd dive into the material and then you know everybody has something to say so we spend a lot more time analyzing than just taking down notes and into dr grim. The difference was stunning. It is hard for me. To even put into words. The depth of engagement and the richness of conversations. It was categorically different. But it wasn't just because her students had watched her bite-sized in advance. Now remember when bushra mentioned we'd hop on talk a little bit about. How are we going and will. That was part of dr grimm's larger designed to keep her class feeling. Happy and connected. There's such an importance of the sound of a classroom and so i wanted to replicate that so we would hop on we would even talk about mundane things about what they did over the weekend things. Like what are they have for breakfast What we're crazy things your pets did. This is really important. Professor grim doubled down outside of her lectures. She hosted online times happy hours. They're a chat rooms for grad students and pure beatings for undergrads. She checked in with each student directly and even held weekly. Asked me anything sessions and everything from. Oh gosh i feel like. I picked the wrong major. And it's too late to change now to. Should i get a pet cat stuff like that. Professor grahame who lives on campus with her husband. Three kids and a dog croutons even offered her students. The option of meeting for socially distance walks. You would schedule a time usually early in the morning. And then you kind of go on this forty five minutes fifteen minute walk to surround the neighborhood talking about everything from our life stories. Her story just an environment. That doesn't feel like a pressure cooker. The pressure cooker pandemic chains professor. Grahame too. I acknowledged my own personal vulnerability in ways that i never would have done in class before. I should note throughout the entire fall semester. I was in a high risk pregnancy. And i contracted cove in november. And i would have never shared details like that with students in class before but i wanted them to know that they are not alone and that sense of fear and confusion that they felt about their own families and their own communities was a sense. If in confusion that. I felt as well and i think that helped them gain a greater comfort. A greater understanding and a willingness to take risks in ways that. I don't know that they would have taken in a brick and mortar classroom. It was a hard class. Did challenge us but it was so worth it. I like to tell people that was kind of my highlight of last semester And one of the best. I've taken at georgetown. It didn't feel like assume but what happens in classes. don't have to be on zoom anymore. Dr graham says the ti- times the book clubs and the dog walks are going to continue and possibly videotape lectures as well but our big lesson from the pandemic was recognizing that empathy and humanity and vulnerability ancillary to the teaching and education process there central to the teaching education process. And i i think. I recognized that at a sort of base-level before but this experience really embedded those lessons for me. Both as a professor as a mother and someone who cares very very.
"morgan " Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM
"Awesome like this. That i could take the vaccine on them. Go out to meet people. But that's not what heaven want me to do. I have got down so that. I should sit at home. Do my podcast and talk to you. Talk to the spirits. it's It's a man here. He had been here a long time. You you have heard. I stopped talking. Sometimes i have hard because he break. Yeah break away. Things i should say. Take away from the brain because he plays himself inside me in the spirit and the spirit on the brain. I don't know what they want. I have no clue. But he's standing is a really tall man and he have like Grey green brown own. The older the clothes on him a hat door. So am the Showed me that he's like a wind. He has to hold in his head. Because it's so much wind but that can means that a he's in. Hurry call me for away from have coming far from somewhere. He not been around there. This is the man that lassen show up. Show up like those other. He's he said he had like. He said he had a post. So that's that. I understand what is has seen that He is this this people on horses that was going from city to city with post and he had nice close now. He's showing up that he have this clothes. That is for roy ons a coming from from the kingdom so that means that his coming from god's kingdom that's how we show up and that is a man. Morgan is here. Have a message for you morgan. And it's a.
"morgan " Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast
"Growing millimeter isn't getting in people's faces. You end up without really nice distorted effect right where the subject just jumps out of the image. and. You get on this AIDS after yeah. I quite like that. As well. I'm drew where were you on the Don's flooring, Capetown? Last me. Taliban-run the story. I'm going to lie about interested. Obviously. I'd never let the truth get in the way of good story down. Under less me after the speech robbed, you know why go on was Valentine's Day the next day Princess for some food right. We have a link as well to Valentine's Day done. To do not want to tell everybody about our romantic Cam Valentine's Day I. don't celebrate signs. They said the wedding photographer except when you're with me, I always do. Yeah that was romantic too isn't it was so we were in India, Doing Street photography as rob mentioned and. One of the Knights was a thirty calls meal and violent I. Say one of the Knights Ballantine's was thirty calls meal. I'm pretty much the only place we can eat in Old Delhi right rob exactly. Yeah and it basically took well, I can't remember how long it took a very long time three maybe four hours I, think. It it wasn't just the amount of food that we got that took so long it was also that they had a shows in between the courses so they had. Danson. Yeah. We were absolutely ranked from a full day of street photography and we just wanted some food in US and. An early night but yeah. It was quite nice though and I enjoyed it beautiful was. Still. Wonder why you guys say you got day. Har Explain. Our hotel was amazing. Ya. The moment you step out the door you're in the back streets of carnage. She's amazing frustration. Absolute carnage and and it's like amaze. So if we were to leave the place, we have to go searching for something because we didn't really find. A restaurant that we could comfortably beaten without the fear of the dreaded deliberately. So. So we said we'd play it safe and just stick to the hotel yeah. I did. Yeah. I had a day in by the next day. I go into detail but. When in Rome wasn't with you? I, guess okay. Went down even. So. Under. The two K. Tom when I came over. Yeah. We did a little bit of street stocks. Yeah we them and you did some. Sort of what? I think so to senior work instead of so. Great do it then does then realize that was just bumped into the US. If you've seen my suicide attempt to street photography. Mine was worse. Mine was had I'll tell the story when but yeah. We went on some pretty dock back alleys in Cape Town which I'm not sure is the thing to do but no wait under the local who knew everybody that was my take on things. I'm these pretty gloomy streets rob and. Some guy in high. Can you explain? Still don't. Give us a pocket. At a freighter has given us a toll was he didn't want us to see anything or was he saying get out your guys on? The rest. He wanted us to see it. Other than making sure we didn't see said another which might have ended up being the last place you'd see. Yeah. I mean we were walking around past which I later discovered is I think it's like the drug capital of South Africa us what I was trying to get up. I was just thinking ooh. What are we doing here? Is this normal but the thing is damn. Cabin visited when I was still near done. Ninety this. So the blind leading the blind. Really was. Kept up the street photography then under and I honestly haven't Uses. But this that said I did get a Fiji deform at the end of last year. And I'm able not tennis shut off because I, the Thanksgiving with them. What's Silently, sheets nobody pays any attention. A stunning nobody lays me attention. Of Wall. Then I got a little fifty, sixty three. So we all have Fuji I bought the X. One hundred V, which is. Useful to my little. Tiny. Could be is an ex pro three room. The. Degrees, phenomenon. Yeah I'm really really happy with it. There's a real connection to photography when amusing it's it's just special. Know. I actually one that I'm a in December after you want it and yeah so I, I assume from. Entering competitions and things. You got to be in Winston. But doesn't really mean much 'cause people demands that but some, but I won while. Of the and an architect photographer of the contestant congratulations you're award on the fearless photographers website is. Impressive so that that was just I mean I didn't even know several visit lack at an IT'S A. Really, Nice couples while German weddings, tug officials, affair discography, and I guess that would sort of willing to do whatever. So. We got really cool fats. We we did some underwater fetters as well and Know. We just took it to another level that water looks amazing. Cool. Phosphorus specialized advocacy stormy that does. And that was oversee shot on drying and there was a thing I would have done ages ago federal hotels because it was getting the first I told I have a federal off from the air. We hide had a couple of really expensive. So I started looking for other otherwise do Zanzibar headed couples onto that. The president was nervous being assassinated. King. And I had a couple of boss. So we had lots better off the hotel from the. Used a microlight. And it was really difficult because you. Have one shot, and then you've got to tender on come back. Yeah So then I looked at getting a third and that sort of was why originally got to drain. On the an incident started using it in in weddings but more food. Greek bidders to the entire one hundred people. And there's not a.
"morgan " Discussed on The Travel Wins
"Are are your thoughts on that intentionally? Repaying myself keeping or About a year and a half ago and I only traveling performing another city and they is kind of hard and I started asking myself on guy if I book at the tour. I mean you personally be broken up. We were mainly about each other but here on from somebody for like months for like a year. It's like it is like a divorce. It is like because you're not with them for so long so. I thought about that because I am. When in my last year merchant ship I was seeing know travel for longer periods of time and I was like do I would I deny that? Would I deny that for the relationship and then I found myself? I'd say Morgan morning out here. And if you're with the right person they will not standing under way to make it work like if you really love someone. I truly believe you would find a way to make it work. And if neither of them are grown of them is not willing to make it. Where does that mean that? Love isn't great enough. I totally believe that both love each other so much but you both Wanna do your own thing you go to each other go. That's death right but if you really want someone in your life I feel like there's a late immediate list but for me specifically. I'm mentally preparing myself tonight. Get into one. And I'm I mean.
"morgan " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good morning Morgan how are you today right you you know I'm doing wonderful beautiful temperature out here the weather still clear I'm gonna be okay happy to hear you're okay with Hey there you go Hey what about just in it but it it's one S. yeah yeah yeah no one asked three let us all right about about each each grade that H. H. Gregg in the computer store Gigi I'll write it down they are at market thank you very much for being here for the R. E. Gee that's my German here to be here for you thanks mark thanks rob Jim okay band hello Jim Hey Morgan how I'm doing well how about yourself I'm doing well as well I got for you tonight Billy goat gruff as in three Billy goats gruff there is there it's written there thank you okay thank you goodnight member but I go to him hello to him order now is far and they're right you well thanks for asking the quarterback we faced a civil war last year Mr Goss that's a good one this Jerry gusts if you're qualified I thank you Sir Jane rest your day bye bye you too about holder Bob in New Hampshire higher Morgan good morning buddy good morning Bayless I'll make my answer a little trivia for you before she was married to honest a yeah yes I know the answer don't you know our before Mary Todd Lincoln was no no no no that's the answer no before she married a blanket every time yeah okay those little bit glamour garment the in all right buddy you're qualified thank you for calling right now June Salem hello Joe hi Morgan how about Mr Mobutu A. G. O. O. you're all set thank you and have a good night June June nineteen ninety nine that was Joe so I need to go old are to Susie is this is a I know there is no more than signed Susie you call me the other day and I was sitting in front of a slot machine yes and you're supposed to call me the next day you didn't I'll call you I from and I waited out the call you tonight really really apologetic I'm Brent I've already when yeah hi bring right okay I don't want to take up all your time Hedy lamarr wait a second was it I have a L. A. M. A. R. owes a double our it was I know you would make a mistake like that so and we will I'll look it up on here no I don't have the source look a thing well I mean I could look it up on Google right now but you wouldn't be able to see it no I don't have to look at that because I know you are honest so we're all set if I qualify yes you are thank you I will talk to you later I will make sure that happens thank you okay I'd.
"morgan " Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Person with the name Morgan and your first middle or last name you can get a free V. I. P. experience for yourself and a few friends as well how are you gonna be able to verify on Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan that's my name yeah sorry I forget lasses IDE I do have a Morgan here at at I heart radio for the PM shows social be able to take advantage of that for sure that's great and all they have to do is stop by five oh one east Kennedy Boulevard room a fourteen day in downtown Tampa computer sex with Aidid the crew name is in your first middle or last name and we'll have enough tickets for up to ten more games and their crews so that you know you can have even more fun at Gasparilla well Christina thank you for joining us this morning on A. M. Tampa Bay Christina Choi Yanzhou senior VP rom Jenin tequila thank you for having me and everyone have find responsibly thank you we're gonna have record bring in a minute Jack but I do want to give out a pair of tickets right now not Porter rack your brain fourth caller you wanna see nickel back was special guest Stone Temple Pilots and Switchfoot coming amid Florida amp August sixteenth fourth caller eight hundred nine six nine nine three five two you're gonna be a winner you could also line your calls up for rack your brain now yeah you got to answer a question yeah and you can't call in for rack your brain to and given away seats that the Gasparilla thank I think something like that but I want to mention we got a lot of calls and emails from listeners wondering whatever happened to Jeff Kirk and all and unfortunately Jeff was a victim of a corporate downsizing I mean certainly nothing a dead but again a corporate downsizing and he was one of several here at I heart media and it was well nothing he did lobbyists fully but he was a tremendous asset for our morning show and these things happen and we're going to mission for sure like perhaps you are will always be part of the family here yeah certainly will be it's eight forty seven on a M. Tampa Bay and let's go to the newsroom and Chris treatment millions of Americans are likely to see their credit scores fall with updates to the popular fight go credit scoring criteria people who fall behind on loan payments run of death or take out personal loans to consolidate debt will probably be the hardest hit GOP senators who have problems sitting still are turning to fidget spinners during the impeachment trial of president trump North Carolina Republican Richard Burr was seen handing out the toys to his colleagues in the chamber before proceedings got under way it's unclear of the toys presents as a violation of the Senate rules that require senators to sit quietly and listen to arguments Mexican authorities have stopped a caravan of central American migrants trying to make their way to the US on the migrants were blocked by national guardsmen in riot gear and loaded on the buses to be sent back to their home countries most of the migrants were from Honduras I'm Chris Franklin newsradio WFLA knowledge exports she WFLA sports forty five ninety five three W. G. A. and A. M. six twenty sports center on their end Jacobson Antonio brown turned himself in yesterday to Broward county jail in response to an arrest warrant was filed against him on three charges earlier in the week Serena Williams was stunned yesterday in the third round of the Australian Open her earliest exit at Melbourne park in fourteen years Wayne xi'an beater in the third round in three sets NHL all star game over the weekend it will take place starting to Morrow night at eight fifteen for more on these stories in the Tampa Bay sports radio ninety five three W. D. A. N. A. and six twenty three you can check out the pad Merrin show starting at noon.