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"mr chris" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:36 min | Last month

"mr chris" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"We have some special guests planned for. For this hour and the first one is Mr Chris Chris. Norman is a musician music educator and you might know him from the Vermont PBS. Show Mr Chris and friends. He's also created the Mr Chris and friends family hour. It's a half hour episode of learning exploration and fun for the entire family that has been airing Thursdays at six. PM on Vermont. PBS Kids Channel. and. He also runs a live program in Vermont called Music for sprouts Hi Mr Chris Nice to talk with you again. Hygiene so glad to be here. Well I'm excited to have here and I know that you have very strong feelings about the power of music so since we're doing this sort of musical finale and musical celebration. Why do you think celebrating with music or coming together around music is so important and fun and powerful. I do feel that way and I've seen the power firsthand in sharing songs and listening to songs. You are feeling feelings in real time, and sometimes there's feelings that are hard to put into words or sometimes it's hard to share them any other way than with the song so I think that a song or music can be a wonderful way to have a conversation. With your friends and your family and your community and share, those deep and big feeling sick feeling. Yeah, I've been using music to help me feel really good big feelings and to help me feel express some sad feelings. His things have been really different over the last couple of months and kids haven't been in school. Our jobs have changed <hes>. Sometimes. It's hard for us to see friends and family that we really care about, and you know the news sometimes been difficult to understand and to try to figure out what's happening, and so sometimes I put on music and I dance, but sometimes I put on music, and I cry and actually Chris I think both of those feel really healthy. I agree, and and when you put on music, and you cry, and you dance, your feelings feel very real and when you do that with other people <hes>. You don't feel alone sometimes when you're feeling a really big feeling, you can feel like you're the only person in the whole world that could possibly be feeling that feeling, but music is a way that we. We can remind ourselves that we're not alone

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A Musical Celebration

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:36 min | Last month

A Musical Celebration

"We have some special guests planned for. For this hour and the first one is Mr Chris Chris. Norman is a musician music educator and you might know him from the Vermont PBS. Show Mr Chris and friends. He's also created the Mr Chris and friends family hour. It's a half hour episode of learning exploration and fun for the entire family that has been airing Thursdays at six. PM on Vermont. PBS Kids Channel. and. He also runs a live program in Vermont called Music for sprouts Hi Mr Chris Nice to talk with you again. Hygiene so glad to be here. Well I'm excited to have here and I know that you have very strong feelings about the power of music so since we're doing this sort of musical finale and musical celebration. Why do you think celebrating with music or coming together around music is so important and fun and powerful. I do feel that way and I've seen the power firsthand in sharing songs and listening to songs. You are feeling feelings in real time, and sometimes there's feelings that are hard to put into words or sometimes it's hard to share them any other way than with the song so I think that a song or music can be a wonderful way to have a conversation. With your friends and your family and your community and share, those deep and big feeling sick feeling. Yeah, I've been using music to help me feel really good big feelings and to help me feel express some sad feelings. His things have been really different over the last couple of months and kids haven't been in school. Our jobs have changed Sometimes. It's hard for us to see friends and family that we really care about, and you know the news sometimes been difficult to understand and to try to figure out what's happening, and so sometimes I put on music and I dance, but sometimes I put on music, and I cry and actually Chris I think both of those feel really healthy. I agree, and and when you put on music, and you cry, and you dance, your feelings feel very real and when you do that with other people You don't feel alone sometimes when you're feeling a really big feeling, you can feel like you're the only person in the whole world that could possibly be feeling that feeling, but music is a way that we. We can remind ourselves that we're not alone

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Where to Go and When

This Week in Travel

04:20 min | Last month

Where to Go and When

"Love Buddy and welcome to another episode of this week in travel name is. Gary Aren't coming to you from quasi quarantine here in. EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. With me is usual that laughter you can hear in. The background is Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing Sir I'm doing well? Living in a much less exciting city and I'm okay with that. But you are keeping busy. Oh Yeah Travel. Lot Of? Zip because twice within the last nine days. It's pretty good I do that on a daily basis just because I'm walking distance from like the next ZIP code. They say much also from Sunny California gentlemen. Are we doing jen? Guys happy to reconnect with you and I've been doing travel daydreaming and excitedly looking forward to a day trip to L. A. This weekend. Wow, so that'll get on the horse. That'll take you about a day to get there I assume and then exactly exactly. And what are you GonNa? Do in La we are going to have a distance barbecue with my husband's cousin. which is more exciting every day that we're still saying? In between Minnesota and California, is our guest Sherry coming from Denver Colorado? How're you doing sheriff? I am great. Thanks for having me. You've been on the show before right. A long three or four times, but yeah, it's like. Himself or so? But, it's been a while actual as in say. The last time I saw when I moved to Denver, so that was three years ago. Well. There's so much travel stuff going on now. people are just leaving their houses and going to places. We. We do have a couple of stories This one. I thought was great and I was kicking myself after reading it because. I hadn't thought of IT I. there is a woman in China who made. Over a half, a million dollars buying travel insurance on flights she predicted would get delayed. And then cashing in on it. and. You know this I. There was I. think it was windy. Perrin was like last year or the year before she made like ten thousand dollars when her family was going to go on a trip and she was in new. York and the flights got cancelled like she had a flight cancelled. Then the next flight got canceled. Whatever whatever like storm went through? And I? Wish I'd kind of put it together like if you know like a big storms, coming or a hurricane or something like that, just by like one hundred tickets get them all canceled, and then like have the airline reimburse you or something? I think you could do that. I don't know if it would actually work. But. I guess the Insurance Company that are the company's. She had different accounts that she used to to not draw attention to herself. Closed loop hole, so you can't really do it anymore. Well. That's in China I. Don't know. Maybe you could still get away with with abandoned in the US. But I know that like the Happens a lot. We have these overbooked flights and they'll you know they'll? They'll say. I'll give x number of hundreds of dollars in a travel voucher. And I also know from friends who work in the airline industry that are sites where you can look to see because they do like a non ref flights disea- If a flight is booked, so part of me always wonders if you couldn't book such a flight and then just. You know arrange it such that. You could then get the. Flight Coupon. Canceled A ticket. Get your money back and just keep doing that.

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Stranded in India (#3)

This Week in Travel

09:45 min | 4 months ago

Stranded in India (#3)

"Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of this week at home. The weekly show. That really doesn't talk about much anymore. Because the entire travel industry has started just disappeared. But that's okay. We have some decent stories and stuff to talk about money. Miscarry aren't I am coming to you? From Chile Minneapolis Minnesota. Where believe it or not it? Actually we had a snowstorm here in April If you've ever heard the song sometimes it snows in April by Prince. That's pretty much what it's like with us as usual also at home Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing sir? I'm doing well. I'm actually thinking of doing some travelling this afternoon. I may go to the back yard. I wish I had a backyard to get outside. I gotta go. Mingle with the masses very unsafe. Also with US coming from a slightly different part of California. Jen Leo. Are we doing jen? I'm doing great also at home have yard and last last week we had a rain storm unusual for southern California yet. Oh my goodness and in how is it having your daughter at home with you fulltime? I I have the luxury of getting to hang out with her and also She's been self schooling so I have not had any homeschooling woes. Her her caseload is pretty light. So we've been sort of exploring other opportunities and having fun with it. You have a perfect child. I'm not GonNa say that if you Chris so schooling just sounds like a fancy way of saying you're lazy self self telling fancy way of saying. I don't really have to do anything I think. It's the opposite child who you didn't have to tell them to get their homework done. And the other one who was only vaguely aware that maybe there was homework assigned was at the. Second Child. Chris no that was the first show really. Wow from another part of California. Mr Spud Hilton. How you doing Sir? Doing Great Hanging out here at weight for home where I've put a different bottle of alcohol in each room and so I can go bar hopping later and our guests this week. She is an emmy nominated television. News reporter she is the author of the book one hundred things to do in Columbus Ohio before you die and just recently got back from the United States after being stuck in India for. I don't know as close to a month. I think these neutra hamper thank you. It's a wonderful to actually be in my home so I know people talk about being stuck in board. I thought Gosh you know. At least you're in your home I was stuck in a fishing camp for For many weeks during the lockdown. So happy to be here. Thank you for inviting me. We will be getting to your story soon. But let's start to talk about some of the things that have have really only one news story. Still I mean there's travel The new story is lonely. Planet shutdown several their offices. I don't know if you saw this. But they have shut down their Melbourne office which was originally the the homebase for lonely planet. They've shut down there one office leaving. Only I think an office in Ireland and Tennessee. They've also shut down several of their business divisions and they've also shutdown the thorn tree forum. Which was there really popular Online forum do you think there's a future for lonely planet an for Expect to see other publications making such announcements soon. Yes to the second one and no for the first one. I think one of the things about lonely plant. That's different than Some places is that they've got such a huge collection Of Resources that can be repurpose down the line. So theoretically they might shutdown putting out the actual physical books which would make certain about sense. Being fewer and fewer people are actually using them but they also have a photo collection in an age win. Almost everybody wants to be able to use photos tea or you know. Put on their website or things like that and so they have assets that they could probably live off of greatly reduced for a while or sell off in a big way Either way I don't think we'll be seeing the return of the physical books but they still have a lot of assets That that they can continue to put out there and update fairly cheaply. I agree with you. Spend I also think because of the large amount of collateral that they have. It's an incredible opportunity to get really creative with it. Right like think about their churches all their photos but they're armchair division of books right although stuff all those books that Don George Edited. What if they started doing virtual online shows with readings and combined that with photos or started doing special photo event streaming? I don't know I mean the. The opportunities are endless. But I think there is a there is a an opening to get creative. And maybe it's not going to run the whole business but is a way to sort of keep their brand in front of mind while people are at home and looking and learn yearning for any kind of connection and travel dreaming right. I mean you look at National Geographic. And you can't swing a dead cat without hitting another Coffee Table Book or a National Geographic. Sound found some really niche way to repurpose all these photos. They have and throw it into a new into a new book to put out there and I think for while while people aren't traveling people are GonNa want some my what my boss used to call wanderlust porn. Which is you know. It's they WanNa look at the pictures of the places that they can't go right now A lot of that. They'll do online and that maybe that's where Those coffee table books will end up migrating more but But I think you're right National Geographic's done it and lonely plants already done some of that but I think the opportunity to just to continue and sort of. Forget the guidebooks. I think we're gonNA find as you usually find. Any sort of downturns is that companies that have good cash reserves companies. That have you know. In some cases better management will make it where other companies that. You may look at it and say. I can't believe that they couldn't make it. A just won't because of their you know their cash reserves or how they're overhead is or all sorts of things so they'll definitely be winners and losers after this sort of thing and that's true with the companies Veteran publishing that's true with airlines tour companies. In the in the business I think is that there will be some some fallout there. We've already seen that in the local restaurants. I don't know how many of you have already heard that one of your local restaurants has gone out of business but we've had one perennial favorite here. I suspect that they were thinking about retiring. And you know it just got way too hard. So they closed and that's not going to be the last one by any means. Yeah I think we may have mentioned this last episode but I was talking to somebody who is an insider with Houston tourism. And know they they. There's a belief there at least this there was at least a week a week or two ago. There was a belief that they may lose as many as forty of their current restaurants. And they're you know it begs the question Places like New Orleans. The food scene actually got better after their disaster it got better because their food scene had stagnated it was all either legacy stuff like Gallo. Twas Antoine's and you know thing Brennan's and stuff like that or it was the other end. Which was the crappy tourist food and there wasn't a lot in between at least not in the major areas that people go and basically Katrina wiped out a lot of places but it also created opportunities in the in the coming years for a lot of places and so they suddenly got a lot of very cool kind of gastro pubs and boutique like places and things that they really didn't have much before and that became better now here. I don't know that that's going to be the case. Because it's more about money thing My belief that if San Francisco loses like say thirty percent of their restaurants. What I'm worried about is that that thirty percent will be the ones with character. They will be the mom and pop places they will be the small pocket places. Which is what Chris is talking about is there will be places that on a in an industry that has very not a great margin to begin with You know a lot of these places are GONNA go out. That are the places with character or the family or local owned places. And we'RE GONNA get stuck with a whole bunch more arby's and chipotle's so that's what I'm worried about.

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"mr chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"mr chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hit banging him bloodying basis of the red hot chili peppers. Let's not forget him as a hilariously ineffectual nihilist in the big lebowski. He's given us so much like Lincoln. Beg advocates and also this ridiculous baseline. What? People. This creep. Yes. Typically. Play that, please. Mr Chris open on the guitar and Trevor Lawrence junior on the drum. The.

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"mr chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mr chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ham bloodying basis of the red hot chili peppers. But let's not forget him as a hilariously ineffectual mile list in the big lebowski. He's given us so much like Lincoln beg pancakes. And also this ridiculous baseline. What? Two dollars. To receive typical this the guests. Difficult. Uh-huh. Plan that please baseline, Mr Chris Elvis on the guitar and Trevor Lawrence junior on the drum. The.

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The End of An Era for Odd Lots

Odd Lots

12:24 min | 1 year ago

The End of An Era for Odd Lots

"Odd lots with the end of odd, lots odd lots or another way of looking at it is it's the thoughts odd lots. All the way down just before we freak. Everyone out is out. Lots coming to an end. I'm not. No, okay. This is not the end of the ALDE lots podcast, as we know it. It is. However, I'm relieved. Yes. It's good for both of us. It is however the episode in which we discuss the possible end of odd lots trading as we know it. So this is something we've never really talked about. I don't think which is where our name of the podcast comes from. I'm not sure we've ever even broach that headway. No, I think we just sort of threw it out there and started recording. But for those people that don't know all bought s-, it, it's basically a term that describes a order for stocks or bonds of an unusual size, basically often. It's it's small orders of bonds or stocks and up. So it's like if you were to place an order for I don't know nine hundred thirty seven shares of company or something like that something weird. That's not the normal increments. That would be an odd. Lots something irregular. Okay. Yeah. Exactly. And from what I remember we chose the name. Well, we are looking for something. Catchy. And I thought all bought boughts also sort of described the ethos of the podcast in the sense that we cover a lot of slightly random ground. Sometimes right store. That don't typically quite fit perfectly into the overall market themes, because of course, stories that fit nicely into the overall market stories are covered in pretty pretty nice depth, anywhere. I'm thinking, you know, back to our old days of like studying the talking about the cattle market, for example, you know, doesn't quite a fit into typical markets reporting. No, there's not enough cattle market coverage. That's for sure offficial bubble. That's right. But the reason we are actually finally talking about audits themselves is because there's been a little bit of news on this front few weeks ago. Bloomberg actually reported that I think it was J P Morgan and Citi group were shutting down there ought lots trading desks forever. So a big change for the lots market so to speak, right? So capital odd. Lots is staying but lower Keizo odd, lots appear to be on their way out. Or if lease you know, people are still going to be making purchases and random increment. But the idea of a specific desk devoted to them. Those seem to be on the way out, and we wanna know what exactly. And we actually have the perfect guest to explain exactly what is happening. He's a recurring ought lots guest of formerly at Goldman Sachs. Mr Chris white now CEO at Bonn, click enviable markets. Thank you so much for coming on again. It's my pleasure. I want to ask though before we get started by the first three time odd, lots guest. You might be. Yeah. We've had a number of two-time guests. I think you are the first three time. I was told by your producers that there would be something for me. So I'll be waiting after the show. I think it's called the Steve Martin award AGIP especial jacket. Exactly. Well, I'm thrilled to be here. Actually, a true fan of the lots podcast. You got a couple of of my all time favorite podcasts in your catalog. Particularly the one that you did with the Andrew low at the adoptive podcast was awesome. And then just so listening to the origin story of how you came up with the name fascinating for me as a true fan. But I'm happy to do. I think I've been brought in to the designated hitter. When it comes to talking about innovation and credit. You were invited. On today's episode talk about the end of odd lots that we were going to be doing some sort of retrospective. And yet you're actually going to talk about the end of the podcast. Okay. Absolutely. And I'm not embarrassed to say that I received an Email from your producer saying we want you to talk about the end of odd. Lots and I replied, and I said, I'm really sorry that the show is going away. Thanks for having me on the farewell and news like I don't know what you're talking about. But as you could see the title ended up odd lots for this for this one does sound like you guys are closing up shop, and I'm so glad to hear that it's still going on. And I'm also glad to clear up. What I think is a misconception about what's happening without lot. So let me know when you guys want to get into it. Let's do it. Okay. So the the articles or the the recent news items around the closing up of desks J P Morgan Citi are not that they're going to stop trading odd lots anymore. They're actually doing something that Goldman did think probably about two or three years ago, which is really take. The human element out of lots trading in the corporate bond space, and to to further add to your description, Tracy and online, I would say in the corporate bond market not allowed lots of created equal. We would consider there to be a odd. Lots and then micro lots which would be really anything below. Let's call two hundred bonds or two hundred thousand notional so they're sort of an in also sort of changes, depending on what your trading, and and really what you look at is the trade size relative to the outstanding size of the bond is going to determine whether it's an odd. So anything below a million in investment grade is generally considered an odd, blah, but anything below five hundred thousand in high yield is generally considered not line. So before we jump into this ONA, make sure that was level setting. So Chris just on that. No before we talk about what is changing when it comes to trading off, lots who would be trading off lots. Currently like, what type of investors are demanding these sort of smaller or regular size traits. Sure soup. Pure retail investors in the corporate bond space probably account for less than half of a percent of average daily volume. They are not like the equities market. And actually the equities market of old. I would say anything prior to the nineteen sixties was really dominated by the retail investor. That is not the way the bond market works. We're talking about is something I would call institutional odd. Lots and these are really the rebalancing trades would say that occur in the marketplace. Where we have a hundred fifty million dollar portfolio. Somebody tries to sell five hundred thousand dollars of it. And so what do we have to do? We've got a slice away a piece of that port folio and liquidated, and therefore that creates smaller sized trades in the marketplace and just to give you a sense of the magnitude of this activity or. Odd. Lots of we call them in the corporate bond space, you know, typically eighty five to ninety percent of the total trades that occur in the market on an average daily basis are in sizes less than one million, but those trades only account for about fifteen percent of the volume. So a lot of activity, but it's it's not a lot of volume. What is it? So before we could talk about why is changing or why the market structure around the trading of odd. Lots is changing let's about why it exists in the way, it currently is why would a Bank have had to have had a dedicated desk to trade these such that they couldn't just be traded through the normal route Greek questions, so if you look at the actual behavior of electrons trading in the corporate bond space, the dominant protocol is something called an RF cue, which I would best describe your listeners is it's an electronic phone call. And it's you as a. As a buy side asset manager being able to to say to the market him looking for a bid on IBM five-year bonds who's out there. Interested in in giving me a bid, and so making that electron phone call to ten dealers twenty ninety dealers at some at some point in time that became the way to trade a certain type of of or droid execute certain types of trade in the corporate bond market. But if you look a little bit further, the most the most popular way to trade odd, lots in through something called a list form, which would be a bid wanted in competition list or an offer wanted and competition list because be wicks and wicks and the business and what that is. It's a list of individual cases that you wanna trade. And typically these lists the individual line items are pretty small, you know, five bonds here twenty bonds there. Now, these lists used to be processed manually and typically list would take. I would say maybe three to four hours to process from front to back and the the domino electric trading system in credit place. I worked for called market access their their claim to fame. They're they're what they solved was turning that process, the list trading process into something that was leveraging technology, and nobody could deny the efficiency of turning something that took four hours into ten minutes, and we could design the benefits of it. So imagine your asset manager you need to buy or sell a group of bonds, an electronic system is the best way to do it because you can tell a bunch of people. These the bonds interested in trading and the system will then take all of the best bids and offers and present them back to you within a ten minute period. And then you can just say trade them, all and you go about your day. So I think the last time I heard about seventy five percent of the volume on market access was comprised of these lists talked about the decision by J P Morgan and Citi group to dispatch. The actual lots trading desk. What do you think is going on there? And what are they eventually moving towards sue markets are adapting and changing. And so the the environment for trading electrically has had some radical shifts in the corporate bonds space or meaningful shifts permanent ones. And those shifts are now changing the validity of having human beings actually, performed the trading function on the sell side because it's becoming less profitable believe. One of the biggest changes to the biggest change is actually would be the just growth in in in passive funds, so ETF's or huge component of electronic trading. They've been growing I think that the fixed income ETF, a you. I'm just surpassed one trillion recently, I saw so it, you know, it's still not as big as the active Lee managed to funds that are out there, not even close, but it is becoming ciga-. -nificant? And if you think about what is an ETF, it's people trading. These baskets of bonds that are supposed to represent an index. So that's been driving the activity. It's really been pushing it, and then the other thing that's happened is the systems used to be set. So that no a buy side asset manager could send increase out only to the side. So only two dealers. And so those are the people you could make your phone call students Haiti have a bid, but now these systems have started creating what's called all all our few trading. Which is I'm BlackRock, and I could send an inquiry that could show up on pimco desk and the impact of that is obviously greater competition. And so you're going from from in particular with market access in that probably had about eighty dealers on it that could respond to your inquiry. If you're BlackRock to assist in the now has seven hundred people on it that could potentially respond to your inquiry with this does for just a lot trading or really any market is more. Are in the market. It's going to become more competitive and certain trading styles are going to go away. And I think that's where we get to this question as to whether or not human beings on the sell side should be handling a lot trading in a manual fashion.

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"mr chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's next time on city arts and lectures on this public radio station. Which will be coming up right after live from here at one o'clock on public radio. Red flag warning is in effect for today. Breezy out there too. With temperatures in the upper seventies to lower eighty s. Call gold rush foia right there. Masala targets on the fiddle. Mr Chris Eldridge on the guitar. You have seen her on Conan,.

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"mr chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"New York Times represents a new low in American journalism. And I think the New York Times should be shamed. And I think whoever wrote this anonymous editorial should also be ashamed as well. The first lady also reacting to the op-ed saying, the author is sabotaging the country with their cowardly actions. The president had the strongest reaction calling it a gutless editorial and grace the vice president came to central Florida to campaign for Republicans with just sixty one days until the midterm election. Governor Rick Scott who is running against Bill Nelson for Florida Senate, drew the distinction between Republicans and Democrats. The Democrats are corrected observing that a big government socialistic approach is more fair than what we have today. That's absolutely true. Socialism is so fair. Make sure every overtime everyone has suffers in does poorly. If that's what you want the democrat GOP. Gubernatorial candidate? Rhonda Santa's was there after announcing that he has chosen Miami state, Representative Jeannette Nunez as his running mate. If they win Nunez would be the first Cuban American woman to serve in that post democrat, Andrew gillum also announced his choice today. I want to welcome to join us. Mr Chris king businessman from Orlando, a good friend. And again, the next Lieutenant governor of the great state of Florida king opposed Gillam for the democratic nomination in the primary and finished fifth without any discussion. Hillsborough county commissioners approved placing a half cent sales tax hike for education on the November six ballot. It's a proposal by the Hillsboro school district, but county Commissioner and former school board member. Stacey white wonders. What happens if the measure fails in November guide like to ask our staff to reach out to the administrator administrative staff of the school district to work together to determine an appropriate election date for consideration of the school, sir tax if the voters do not approve it in November of this year in the. Scoreboard still intends to ask for a second referendum. The district says the extra half cent would raise one hundred thirty one million dollars a year for ten years to pay for maintenance projects such as fixing and repairing air conditioners at many of the schools well as he reached the peak of the hurricane season. There are new systems coming off the coast of Africa. And there is also a new degree of concern about Florence which became the first major hurricane of the season this week it ramped up to cat for yesterday. But is now back to a category. Two today with top winds of one hundred five miles per hour. Forecasters say it is expected to remain a hurricane and reintensify over the weekend possibly targeting the east coast three oh five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A whether snacks go bolt by any standard. But one it was there's their own little piece of Tampa Bay. They stretched their pocketbooks impossibly thin for a notion to build a future. I know. I was that guy. Steve Holland Vakil. Yeah. My wife Elizabeth it was nineteen Ninety-three. And we. Adjust wrist, it all you see we took a chance onto that grapefruit moon, and we never looked back because on that land. We built the Holland group retirement wealth advisers scared we were scared witless, but we've learned a few things since.

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"mr chris" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on WLAC

"Michael fair and we've been, talked with Andrew brewer from benchmark realty and Mr Chris Corvo from midtown title and just the one thing I want to pick up from our last segment is if you're hearing the news talking about how home sales. Have slipped from last year and from last month, and all these negative numbers and. You know. The supplies starting to trend up which is actually a slight actually that's good, but yet when you're going from two, to? Three percent to four point three when a, normal, supply is six months right it's not, really, that big of a deal Something to put on the news that's. Really, all it is is something, to. Get out there and people listen to, it because it affects them it inventory we're not. Like just within, a by. Any by any stretch people right now that we're still scouring police somebody lives something we have, to move I it's it's still a jury truth though is there a massive this is a question that you know it's the lower say lower but you know if you went into the higher price points maybe five. Six seven eight hundred thousand that there is more, for those types of properties right. Now would. You agree with that or with that so we feel that the the lower, end of the price point spectrums it's, more? Realistic that more people are buying that range I will say this though lucky now, east Nashville for, awhile was, just overrun with all those new builds they're starting to whittle, through those, two, there's, not as many as there was also the talk about these numbers I mean. It's almost a street by street situation to? As well there are some streets in somebody's areas I say that slowing, down that that seems fly off the shelves so fast You know but. There's some streets where we're maybe they're just not so throw an overall. Blanket statement, out there that says this or that I think it's. You know it's just chatter general statements. This chatter absolutely street in every town that people don't want to, live on Absolutely and and that's. Basically the gist of it, is just you here in, the slow down the market it's natural, slowdown in. Our opinion this time of the year but the same time house prices continue to go up the median house price and now. This is the, national average, meaning house price is to. Seventy six nine hundred up five point two percent from June of last year So going back. On Andrew said about a lot, of those new builds in east. Nashville being gone because house prices went up people can't afford to tear. Down and rebuild and they can build back at the price. Where people are buying right. Now I mean they could build higher but I, mean that's just, not what's what selling in some of these areas to do it. So. It's making it impossible so it's it's another trigger effect increasing the pricing of housing material and the. Other piece of, that is ties into the lower price homes, distress sales are down to three percent from four percent urea I haven't even. Seen either I talked to somebody yesterday about a. Distressed distress a pre foreclosure. Which is the first inkling I ever heard that word about anything About a about a. Property that they were trying to buy from an individual like their neighbor. Or something like that yeah no and but it still wasn't. A distressed property was just. Two people could no longer afford it or whatever, to do it, so I don't be able to unload it must you know like Just like they'll get rid of it so I mean I've been talking about this gigantic difference between two. Thousand eight hundred thousand eighteen and it has to, do with, inventory And this is another glaring example of why all, this, media, hype, and. All these one line a the the housing markets collapsing or may the house inventory is going up so. We're hate in this huge correction and blah, blah blah blah blah and all this doomsday crap is here in. The media is wrong because you look and obviously. Were radio so you can't hear you can't see this but, the month's supply between two. Thousand five and two thousand nine just, imagine a chart in your in your mind just close your eyes if. You drive and don't do that but just Elision a chart and at the bottom left hand corner drawl and arrow or, line, from. The bottom left hand to the bottom. Right mean the top right hand immaturity supplies were going. Up through the roof at the same time height of the recession right exactly and I'll show you guys this charge it's right there Now, you. Look at the exact opposite today's or. There's recent inventory From two thousand fourteen to two thousand eighteen is basically these little squiggly line that's on, the bottom quarter of, this chart that goes from left to right and it's going down which means our supply and. Inventory is getting less and less and less from fourteen to eighteen so when you sit back and look at the actual numbers and know that a, normal supply is six months and that back in two. Thousand nine we had over eleven, months worth of supply of supply and then on top. Of that you had all the stuff going on the mortgage stuff and then when they flip the switch with, the Lenin laws and all of a sudden everything started drying up that's when everything popped. And you're not having the same excess in supply happening right now you. Don't have these crazy leaning rules that are going on right. Now you've got true supply and demand drive in these price increases whereas back in the back in the Day.

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"mr chris" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here comes. Mr Chris Warren and here comes fourteen. Blast be out of. Tight goal line formation fullback the backfield and it's just. Mantle man blocking up this is favorite, of ours right off between the right guard and right tackle fourteen Blache war Right Something's ever changed my friend We got a touchdown that's right now the crowd Lincoln Kennedy and Brent. Musburger, whether call on KCBS meanwhile the giants with an ugly lost to the Texas. Rangers of seven of. Six they blew a six nothing lead Rangers were. Down to their. Last out gotta runner aboard thanks to. Fielding air by Joe panic and, then here's. What happened that oh door we show. For four in the game Smashed John Miller brother call on NBC bay. Area Sam Dyson then walked Robinson Torino's with the bases loaded force in the winning run, Rangers win at seven to six as had no such problem on the. Road Matt. Chapman Stephen piscotty hit, home runs in the eighth and ninth innings to secure a seven one win Sean mnay when only five innings before the bullpen took. Over but he had no problem being pulled from the. Game the moment of the. Game it was to involve game and and you, know Beaumont register as. Bullpen so time is the right. Move certainly was the right move was the bullpen no hit the twins over the last four innings and struck out, seven Minnesota. Hitters the win was significant because it kept the as a game and a half behind front running. Houston the Astros beating the angels in Anaheim nine.

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"mr chris" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Isn't supposed to be anything nearly as exciting as the regular season Derek, Carr lettuce scoring driving his only possession. Of a shorter than expected preseason appearance in the Oakland Raiders beat the Packers Friday night, in Oakland thirteen to six running. Back. Chris Warren the third got. The only touchdown of the game, on a one yard blast with five seven to play here. Comes, Mr, Chris Warren. Here comes fourteen blasts wanna be out of tight goal line formation full back in the backfield and it's just man oh man blocking. Up this is an. Old favorite of ours right off between the right guard and right tackle fourteen Blache war Zone Something's advertise my friend Touchdown That's right now the crowd comes, alive Lincoln Kennedy and Brent Musburger where the call on. KCBS, meanwhile the giants with an ugly lost to the Texas Rangers of seven of. Six they blew a. Six nothing lead Rangers were down to their last. Out gotta run her. Aboard thanks to fielding air by Joe. Panic and then here's what happened, that, oh door result for four in the game Smashed John, Miller the call on NBC bay. Area Sam, Dyson then walked Robinson Chirinos with the, bases loaded force in the winning run, Rangers win at seventy six as had no such problem on the. Road Matt. Chapman and Stephen piscotty had home runs in the eighth and ninth innings to secure a seven one win Sean mnay when only five innings before the bullpen took. Over but he had no problem being pulled from the, game the moment of the game onto of all. Game and and you, know Beaumont registered as. Bullpen so now time is the right. Move certainly was the right move was the bullpen no hit the twins over the last four innings and struck out, seven Minnesota. Hitters the win was significant because it kept the as a game and a half behind front running. Houston the Astros beating the angels in Anaheim nine to.

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"mr chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Over to the local, campus and, we have on the, line one of our coaches over there elite coach a. Great gentleman who came through the process as a stew trade academy I and now as a coach helping other students and their process of education Mr. chris so chris what's going on down there at the campus that will lessen and it's it's great to be back and wanted to talk about obviously some of the things that we've got going on there's actually an options class right now no fact of the matter is people are coming in the options market they're trying to figure out how they can use that market to charter chew their goals i'm certainly a great time especially when we can take that take acclimation that we're learning from the instructor and actually go live in the market and do what we're talking about here it's great because of what i love about the options arena is there such great tools when she understand for so many uses i mean you can use them to protect against loss you can use an prophet make money if price goes in a certain direction tremendous instruments and it's amazing because they always bring in one of those instructors from out of town to teach the options class and what's exciting for a lot of those students is there on somebody who's a practitioner of those products because one of the key things about the bar for the instructors at the academy is they have to be practicing and utilizing the resources and the system that they're teaching which really makes it a real hands on experience for the law of the students or one of the A great deemed actually champions that it's not just a lecture and learn to, listen, to the instructor talk about what we know what, we're doing here actually a lesson learning. We can actually hear from someone who's a practice we can hear from. Them we can actually turn around down on a computer and actually do what they're talking. About and get that real, hands on experience of so many people lacking well it's amazing because what I love about the academy is that people learning immersion environment rather than sitting at. Home trying to figure out how to make money on their. Own account they can utilize the centers resources in the centers account? To really, cut their teeth get a good systematic approach. Down maybe get some data, points of success and then ultimately then be able, to start, the default to that plan in their own trading environment and it really helps a lot of students tell us from a new perspective if somebody's never been in the financial markets maybe they're just got a 401K maybe they're in a four three b or TSP account maybe they got some retirement money sitting out there they've never really controlled or taking over that money or handle that money tell, us what the experience would be like for somebody who has no knowledge whatsoever to come into the academy What that would look like People experience in the market everybody knows the most fundamental approach and the basic of. Buying, low and selling, hot now the problem though is that so many people don't have a chance to actually they're actually take. That information and apply it So when we had, a chance to bring someone brand..

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"mr chris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Culprit partners consulting firm mr chris thanks so much for talking with us my pleasure you wrote on twitter that the indictment quote fills a major gap in muller's mosaic unquote can you say a little bit more about what you mean by that prior to this we'd seen indictments involving propaganda both overt and covert propaganda the exchange of things of value and of course concealment and lying but until this indictment we hadn't seen any charges related to hacking of the dnc and the clinton campaign which was after all a major part of the russian election interference efforts so what are the big questions that still remains that was whether any americans were involved in these russian activities we don't get any sense of that from this well the indictment describes some interactions with americans but it certainly doesn't charge any americans it looks to me like the special counsel is following standard investigative procedure which is no surprise typically in these kinds of complex investigations you begin with what i'll call the outer ring of the criminal conduct meaning you sort of go after the low hanging fruit and then if the evidence warrants you begin work in your way in towards the bullseye i think what we have seen now is sort of the rounding out of the essential elements of the election interference scheme the outer ring and i would say the next steps depending on what the evidence shows will involve moving in towards the center of the bullseye and before we let you go this really is a matter of opinion and this is the kind of question that every citizen has a right to kind of think about for himself or herself but let's say for the sake of argument that this is it that this is a a russian inspired operation for the purpose of advancing their own national goals as they understand them so they targeted the democrats they targeted hillary clinton for their reasons and that no americans were involved is it still worth it to have gone through this exercise even if there's a very remote possibility that any of these people will actually be tried in the united states you feel it was worth it well i certainly do i guess it's a matter of opinion but i think everyone would agree that an effort by a foreign power to interfere with our election that's a very very significant matter in and of it's own right regardless of whether any us persons were wittingly involved this is an attack on our democracy it is in a way a kind of a virus being introduced into the american body politic and we need to be able to develop antibodies to that virus the special counsels indictment through its public educational function is one way in which we may be able to begin developing those antibodies to resist future foreign efforts to influence our elections improperly and i would say that that in itself is a very important goal for american democracy that's david chris he's a former us assistant attorney general for the national security division of the department of justice and they are he's founder of the culprit partners consulting firm david chris thanks so much for talking with us my pleasure the federal emergency management agency has released an internal assessment of its performance during last year's hurricane season.

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"mr chris" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The iheart radio app wbz news time seven oh nine in salem dozens of people rushed to the hospital after a chlorine leak at a manufacturing facility we get more from wbz's ben parker they fire marshal's office or among those investigating after more than a dozen people were taken by ambulance to the hospital last night and several others drove themselves an issue there was a hazmat response yesterday afternoon at thermal circuits on technology way following a chlorine leak in a storage room where no injuries then and around eight o'clock last night the building was deemed safe but about ninety minutes later workers here started complaining about difficulty breathing nausea sparking another response and some panic workers according to salem deputy fire chief alan dion they all exited rapidly which caused a mass hysteria in my belief that a lot of people got very upset and very excited there was no chlorine found by officials during their second response in salem ben parker wbz newsradio ten thirty for one night only the pawsox are going to the dogs hey hot dog i get six hot dog down here can make it right richard and in the catcher but don't me dummy hit up for more eighty one of the hotlines okay give me on august sixteenth the red sox aaa affiliate will change their name to the tuck it hot wieners in honor of rhode island's most famous cuisine the logo will feature a pup and a flaming bun in mid dash good call on the name change on the name change the logo the whole thing why magin that if they're paying respect to their home state than certainly it does work out that's a very good question i guess that's probably more of a aa thing could be live said to the dot com sports studio and mr chris thank you josh chris sale moved to seven and four on the season where they find nothing victory over the slumping seattle mariners no chance for the ems to do much but slouch against the boston left with thirteen mariners through seven dominant innings is the sixth time this season sale is struck out ten or more in a game and the third time over his last four starts in that stretch the sox have struggled to produce runs behind him just eleven over the last four games but a sale himself said after yesterday's win he knows his teammates could eventually breakthrough i've never lost faith every day see what goes on the preparation of the work they put in you know at some point it was gonna blow mitch moreland daddy drove in two for boston a towering two run shot in the six mookie betts raphael deborah sandy leone added rbi's well boston now fifty two and twenty seven on the season are off today they'll host the angels tomorrow at fenway rest of the american league east yankees swept at tampa seven six thanks to jake bowers twelfth inning solo shot the race new york may have also lost more than the game is catch gary sanchez left early with a lower body injury toronto also one seven six also extra endings kendra morale is the game winning shot in los angeles that was in the top of the tenth in baltimore fell to the brave seven three pats news today the day for julian edelman the wide receiver will make his appeal to the league in protest of a fourgame suspension for allegedly violating the nfl's performance enhancing drug policy at the world cup group play continues today in russia for matches on tap group a it saudi arabia against egypt in oregon russia group features iran and portugal spain faces morocco nhl john carlson resigns with the capital and eight year deal for the defenseman who led the league points last season chris vomit wbz sports just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio an iheartradio to get live local news on wbz newsradio ten thirty time for traffic and weather together on this monday the subaru retailers of england all wheel drive traffic on the threes gorgeous weather horrendous traffic let's get right.

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Burger Night and the No-No Bug

Sparkle Stories Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Burger Night and the No-No Bug

"Night and the no no bug martin and sylvia live in a toll house with lots of windows from their second story loft bedroom they can see their entire back yard with the tall maple and oak trees on one side and the horse fence that borders the browns farm on the other the backyard also has several garden plots where momma daddy brother and sister grow all sorts of vegetables and colorful flowers and this time of year the gardens are abundant with food and beauty every day there are new flowers and new vegetables to discover growing quickly under the bright sun and kool rain next door to martin and sylvia's house are mr and mrs brown and their farm they also have gardens though there's are much bigger they have a barn with goats few horses chickens and recently to sheep brother and sister often visit the browns and help them with their chores martin and sylvia's family feel very lucky to live next to the browns aside from being kind and thoughtful neighbors they are also a steady source of food in the summer and autumn they yet many of their vegetables and fruits from the browns as well as their eggs and goat milk yogurt recently martin and sylvia's family discovered another farm a big farm that was run by three different families one family raised cows in a big barn and they sold milk and meat another family made butter and cheese from the cow's milk and the third family had a bakery where they made all kinds of bread as well as cinnamon buns and sometimes cookies and all of this was on the same farm martin and sylvia's family visited this farm every few weeks to buy butter and milk and meat and they would of course pop into the bakery for a fresh baked treat to eat on the way home on their most recent visit to the big farm sylvia noticed a bright poster pinned to the bakery door it featured a black and white cow wearing a festive hat and big red lettering what does this say she asked martin is this for a cow party burger night burger night read martin carefully burger night said mama now reading the poster herself would you look at that they're going to have a weekly burger night where they used the meat and cheese and buns all from this farm and salad too but i don't like burgers said sylvia well they might have something else you like it looks like they'll have oh mushroom burgers and black bean burgers daddy does need hamburgers either so said sylvia now with a big frown all the people are just going to come and eat burgers the whole time let looks like there might be music and well lots of people picnicking explained mama so we can enjoy the food together and get to know each other doesn't sound like very much fun said sylvia softly mama leaned her head back a little and said i think we should go and find out do you want to yes said martin happily i love burgers kay said sylvia hesitantly will we know when he won there well you'll know all the farmers there's andrew and greta and oh the woman who cares for the cows patty said martin yes patty thank you said mama and you'll know the folks from the bakery but we really don't know them said sylvia's still frowning we just get butter in things from them then this will be a chance to get to know them said mama with a smile as well as other families who come here to buy food sylvia took a deep breath in and asked but will there be children i'm sure there will be children said mama but which ones asked sylvia i don't know said mama probably none said sylvia softly i'm hearing a lot of knows sylvia said mama raising her eyebrows because i just don't want to do any of it said sylvia deepening her frown when is it asked martin momma looked at the poster and said it's ten night we can run home and then come back once daddy is home from studio let's get going brother and sister climbed into the car and they all headed home when they got there they stayed outside playing in the garden until they heard daddy's truck arrive as soon as he parked sylvia walked over and announced we are going to burger night at the bread and cheese farm and i don't want any burgers and there's going to be no children so there won't be any fun oh said daddy as he pulled some work things from the truck it sounded like fun to me i heard that there's going to be a band playing which banned asked martin as he came over to here i'm not sure of the name but i think there's going to be a guitar and fiddle and maybe a clarinet said daddy as he headed toward the house i don't like clarinet kind of music daddy said sylvia slumping her shoulders and i don't not like lots of people picnicking and i don't want to go daddy turned around and looked at sylvia sylvia do you know what a no no bug is he asked sylvia looked up under her frown and shook her head when no bugs fly they make no sound because it is their favourite thing to say they say no to everything especially anything new so if a crow asks the no no bug if he wants to eat a piece of apple do you know what the no bug says no asked sylvia with a slight twinkle in her eye actually he says no and do you know what the no no bug said the other day when a chip monk offered him a crust of seed bread no said brother and sister together that's right said daddy but do you know what the no no bugs like more than anything what asked brother and sister with sparkley smiles yes burgers said daddy yes burgers asked sylvia with a giggle what are yes burgers they are burgers that are made from a bunch of new things all mushed together you see the no no bug can't tell that they are new things because of the while the ketchup and the mustard but as soon as the no no bug tastes yes burger he says i didn't think i would like this but i do yes yes repeated martin o said sylvia with a slight smile hey i wonder if they are going to serve any yes burgers at the bread and cheese farm asked daddy as he turned back toward the house they might be said martin with a smile

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"mr chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The best question to ask of mr chris what did your gut well having a stroke what's going on with this guy we couldn't do this given that we weren't doing cedo gambling in our state so very little nervous not on la radio all bad that's possible right we couldn't do this given that we were doing gambling in our state so it was a great set of indication and feeling like we thought we were right all along and now the highest court in the land the greatest authority on the constitution has in our system has given us the victory well governor christie i appreciate your time this coming up on wakeup call and congratulations again jennifer thanks for having me on the free fit your question all right take care he goes congratulations jennifer jones lee she gets a star on her helmet for the the play of the game she had the game she had the the the guest of the week she gets a paw on kfi big paw yeah our live on kfi what's going on in orange county so they don't believe a fatal explosion of a day spa and aliso viejo was an accident the explosion killed one woman and injured three others paul delicate with the field office of the fbi says though they don't believe it was an accident there still trying to confirm if the explosion was intentional this explosion was caused by a device although the damage was extensive there are some components that we have located at the scene of the explosion that are inconsistent with what one might expect to find at this business cops say they are investigating the explosion as a crime at oc sheriff's headquarters in santa ana corbin carson kfi news in glendale has been accused of lying about his ties to mexican armenian organized crime us attorney's office says an fbi task force was investigating connections between the mexican mafia and armenian organized crime and that's when they started interviewing detective john was interviewed several times and the coup clan has alleged that he provided false statements during those interviews for example assistant us attorney jeff mitchell says bali was getting ready of guns houston shootings and extorting small businesses like marijuana dispensaries he's currently charged and complaint with providing statements areas as statutory maximum of five years melian is also accused of tipping off gangs about raids in la chris ancarlo kfi news.

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"mr chris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Berenson fort lauderdale florida for the accused highschool massacre gunman wall suspected florida school shooter nncholas cruise is in no position to demand a plea deal he sat in court with his attorney is she offered to save the state the expense of a trial mr chris is willing to enter guilty on all thirty four pounds consecutive substances and exchange from the waiver of the death penalty prosecutors not saying whether they'd settle for anything less than execution to punish crews andy field abc news on a vote of sixty seven to thirty one the senate passed a rollback of banking rules imposed after the financial system meltdown of twenty eight the senate version will have to be reconciled with a much more expansive rollback previously approved by the house harper lee's estate is suing over an upcoming broadway adaptation of to kill a mockingbird the suit included including a contract signed by lee before her death two years ago asserts that screenwriter aaron sorkin script wrongly alters atticus finch and other characters from the book richard cantu abc news ever wonder where he fruits and vegetables come from or how clean they are visit lucas nursery implant on april sixth stop talking stop moving job me sound because if they hear you they want you critics are calling quiet glazed really and genuinely scary it's nothing shortest spectacular thing now it's one hundred percent fresh on rotten tomatoes emily blonde john cuisines game a quiet.

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"mr chris" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Students to identify and prevent threats while democrats supported the bill they also want to see more gun measures come up for votes are let signs abc news capitol hill in florida lawyers for accused school shooter nncholas crews say prosecutors could prevent a long costly trial for him if they agree to drop the penalty the death penalty wall suspected florida school shooter nncholas cruises a no position to demand a plea deal he sat in court with his attorney she offered to save the state the expense of trial time mr chris is willing to enter a fleet of guilty on all four counts second of licenses and exchange the waiver of the death penalty prosecutors not saying whether they'd settle for anything less than execution to punish crews andy field abc news nayan illinois police say they haven't found a gun or a gunman at northwestern university following reports of a person with a firearm at a residence hall police are still on the scene in evanston and students have been told to shelter in place fbi officials have recommended firing the bureau's former second in command before he retires as planned at the end of this week a source familiar with the recommendation told abc news certain fbi officials suggested former deputy fbi director andy mackay be fired days before his retirement becomes official if attorney general sessions and other top justice department officials followthrough mccabe would lose the pension is built after twenty two years of service the recommendation follows an internal report that accused mccabe of misleading investigators who were looking into you're listening to abc news when you're hiring you don't want to sort through dozens of irrelevant resumes you.

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"mr chris" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"Hello everybody awoke commute other episode this week in travel the only weekly travel find gas that is not actually a weekly travel podcast my name is gary aren't coming to you from snowy minneapolis minnesota where winter is lasting way too long joining me as usual is the man so nice they named him twice mr chris christiansen who corey doing sir i'm doing well it's shirtsleeve whether here in california so my dade we should have jimmy johnson on the show so i can also referred to him as the man so nice they named him twice or something like that john johnson second started i went to the first people to people in the technical group were chris christenson and bernie bernstein and it was really hard to hire the third uh we didn't hire will williams until sometime later and you know it it it really narrows your field also joining us from also a sunny destination in california is generally a hurry doing jen i'm doing great i missed you guys all three of you i'm glad someone mr stolen and that's the green you here in the background back on the show once again mr robert reid hurry you sir on good in portland oregon is also sunny so the west coast representing with sun blue skies and in roger nice thing back on the show by popular demand l yeah by roberts demand but do not get that counts by the same.

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"mr chris" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Success you know as sometimes it's your money is a you know obviously a a marker because it shows where you are but my success really i mean i really get wired when when i see a client he'll accomplish some of the things that that i help them accomplish in not just the monetary side of it but he has been able to get closer to the kids and do fun stuff than you know those kind of things that really drives me mr hoberman so a lot of different characteristics in an and creative things you've done some of them or which are contrary in writing a book like that so i think i've i've always thought that there's a fine line sort of between being creative and stubborn on the floor or bullheaded so against the question is which are u n y um i you know i think i'm just i've got that i've got that mindset that anything's possible and i'm going to push to the limits every single time do everything i can to help my not only my clients but also my team i think my teams equally as important in sometimes driving them beyond the limits set for themselves reveal on things they think are possible i think really helps not only build the business to build them as people are you a good listener i wish i was better i i'm getting better from a workinprogress mr chris started a business helpless fleet england business you wrote a book what's the next success what were you you said you're you have a lot of energy so what's the next step for you i i really want to take our visits in change it i think is just there's so many flaws in our business as far as yell how the the regulations working what people do and how people get the point across to yell in really how people are prepared for the different financial goals they have i think it's difficult to understand first what what we do it's difficult for people to do what we do um and and i just want to make it a making a cleaner slate for people so you know they can get the.

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"mr chris" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr chris" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"We are back here on manager dan money with been amalgam and we are joined in the middle by a mr chris coy chris koys a sports agent based in washington dc slash may be atlanta area of an era nfl sports agent yes for that is true yes it is true absolutely how're you doing today i'm doing you doing trial i don't know like of unscom do well how're you doing the oil mando are you excited you're the draft is coming up the nfl drive your ear nfl agent specifically right now right yes you will tell us a little bit about play in your sports agency and what you do some sports asian assignments in two thousand twelve so we've been on operation from five years are we have six clients nina fell when we have a draft class of about five guys coming up this pat does not come upcoming year we're just kinda just getting started starting the business i find that i wouldn't be a sports asiana very early age scientific all the time i on a fifteen year headstart because identify that i want to be a sports agent at fourteen um so i was able to position myself in put myself around the right people in shaker i hanson here i am today how'd you come how'd you come across the idea that you want to be a worth agent at what was the fourteen yes so what happened was up into that point i wanted to be dion san quentin ended as most of my friends who tell you hit you endless to say the idea of being a professional athlete went out the window at a very early age i went to high school like forfeit eleven things like ninety six pounds soaking wet so news like the idea of me being were by me idea me being a football player had a harsh reality of my first practice when everyone else's lab bigger than me of you know had find a way to still took my fancy of being around the business i i guess the nfl.

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