33 Burst results for "Mr Michael"
Making Democracy Work
"mr michael" Discussed on Making Democracy Work
"Not taught in public schools k. through twelve. Thank you for that. Appreciate your honesty okay. So mr thomas lavallee you first up on our next question also from the audience. This is kind of a two-parter as well. We're trying to make sure we hit some yours. The second part you're going to be put to the test. Abcd kind of f- option so we're going to have to. You're gonna listen to me on that one but the first part again you have one minute. What is a school board members role and responsibility. And how does that. Role differ from the role of the superintendent. Mister lavallee your i. I better have a good idea this doing four years that. There's several things that we do when we hire and if necessary fire the superintendent. That's probably the most important job that we do. We did that two years ago when we hired. Mr. gregory the other thing that it is crucially. Important is to hold the district accountable. That is why. I have been board meetings. You know. that's what i do. I ask hard questions. I've done for the last almost four years. That's my job is to hold the district accountable to ask the hard questions and biologic good answers. But i'm gonna continue to ask those hard questions. That is what aboard is supposed to do is to hold their feet to the fire and say. Are you doing what. You're supposed to be doing. A mr or mrs superintendent arcus case mr superintendent so that that is what basically we do as a board. So that's it a lot more to it. But that's those are the basic things that we do miss. Jackie lesch school board members role and responsibility. And how does it differ from the role of superintendent like. Tom said we have one job. Our job is to oversee our one employee. Which is the superintendent. And if we don't feel he's doing the job that we think he should. We can decide to hire or fire a new one but also other things have board of education members should be should do is they should represent the community members voices and worked towards improving community involvement in student achievement. They need to represent the interests in goals of the community and provide oversight in the management of the superintendent in complaints with state and federal laws. The board uses policy governance model to establish these policies and regulations. I believe board member should shirt. Sh- would serve as reflective representatives of their public interest and shit consistently review any existing policies and identify any disparities and change them to reflect the students. Best interest and promote academic growth. Ms lindsey more. So i think first and foremost one of the most important things that we're missing here. Is that our school. Board members should reflect our community. They should also represent those in our community to their utmost ability so they also have the ability the ability to do that they also do hire and fire the superintendent but the school board members have the ability to exercise was called local control so we the people on the school board have the local authority to say what we need to do with our schools and that is what we need to take back. Mr michael riffle a lot of the same. I mean it's that's what the school board does. But the reason why i'm running is because i want parents to be involved in what is being taught to our kids. That is why i'm here. I want our parents. I want the community the taxpayer to be the bureaucrats in charge of the school accountable..
Making Democracy Work
"mr michael" Discussed on Making Democracy Work
"We have put roadblocks in their learning environment. When our sturt students have these roadblocks they cannot read faces. They cannot see their teachers. They cannot understand what they are learning when we finally removed. These roadblocks from our students when we put them back in the classroom put them in front of the teachers. Take things away that are distracting them devices extra stuff. Our kids will start to succeed. We want every one of our kids to learn at their maximum potential right now. They cannot do that. They have an entire environment full of distractions in the classroom out of the classroom in the classroom. Out of the classroom teacher faces are covered so on and so forth. And we take those distractions away when we tell them that they can learn what they're supposed to be learning reading math and science and we get them in that classroom and focus on those three things. Sorry to cut you off there. Time's up time's up. Thank you thank you. Mr michael riffle. So i'm green issue. Sorry i'm i'm gonna agree with a lot on there. But i'm not gonna talk about kobe or mass mandates or vaccine mandates. Because we know that doesn't belong when i'm going to talk about is what i do see last year kobe. We did our kids a great disservice. We need to do is take the code money. That's been given to us and we need to open up the schools in our earlier and leave him open an hour later. Make sure there's a teacher available. Get him into a room. Where we're there behind. It can either finish their homework where they can catch up on assignments missing because what you find is there's also kids have extracurricular activities and they're not getting home to eight o'clock at night trying to knock out homework talk about a sense of belonging trying to do when you show up prepared for the next day you feel like you belong in class. We need to get the kids back there. The second is going to be obviously staff retention. That's why i say. Keep politics out on classroom politics up at school board level in the classroom other than that. I'm also there. Is mr aaron. Salt top two issues and plan to solve them. So one of the biggest issues facing our district right now..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"mr michael" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"May hashtag cruise. so david. How can the steeler fan base enjoy the rest of the season. Enjoy having steelers football. I do this all the time. I think to myself. What what is it like in march when all their i'll you're talking about is like oh. Here comes free agency or late february. The super bowl's over then everyone's just kind of waiting and then you're waiting and then the draft comes and that's exciting but then you're waiting and then oh there's many camp and then you're waiting and then it comes around again you're so excited and then it's gone. The feels like in a blink of an eye so regardless of this user frustrating. Just enjoy watching them play. They just enjoy watching the steelers play. That's all i can say. All right jean. S. are the wide receivers for the steelers a little overrated as they really don't get any separation down. The field seems like all the catches are a fight for the ball. I think that some might be little overrated. But i think they have a really good in deep Receiving core whether it's juju smith schuster working over the middle deontay johnson with the short intermediate stuff. I think chase people's developing into a very good deep play big play wide receiver. So i understand. There's a lot of combat catches but if they make those catches that can be therefore. I had no problem with that. All right. brian haynes ass. Why are we having so many groin issues. All of a sudden. What's the biggest reason for a groin injury in this kind of ties into the next question from cheese ball ten. He says the abundance of groin injuries. A coincidence or is it in equipment malfunction strengthen training issue etc so from my perspective and i do have. I don't have not a doctor. But i've done a ton of rehabilitation with groins and other tendons ligaments and stuff like that groin. Injuries are extremely difficult. Depending on the severity groin injuries can be so severe. They require surgery groin. Injuries can also be the type that and if you give them a week off they'll be fine. It literally is a case by case basis. Some might say that this has everything to do with training and a lack of training. I'm not one of those people. a groin. injury can happen. Just you turn your body and if you know the mechanics of the human body you know the musculature you know the anatomy you know that those growing muscles they do so much especially for someone like a pass rusher you want that lateral movement that speed and quickness it just takes one weird movement and use yanked so i am not going to point the finger strength additioning coach the players work ethic in the off season. It's just one of those fluke things and let's hope this is it. You know that's all these players get healthy from this and we don't have to deal with these groin injuries again. I don't want to see the hashtag growing watch ever again. Okay last question bud walls. Is there a cure to the offensive line. Now there's no cure right now. Unfortunately there's not. I wish there was but there isn't so we talk a lot about the align. We talked a lot about it. Hopefully i helped you all out a little bit. I enjoyed this mailbag some really good questions. Really good question anytime. I get asked parental parental advice. I've happy because it tells me that. I'm not a complete idiot as a father. Okay maybe i am. I am whatever. Okay folks. i'll be back on friday to preview this upcoming game in the keys or with the steelers need to do to beat the bengals on sunday. And also have mr michael back. Deputy editor joining me blue. Check back on the second apple do our. Nfl picks to make sure you check that out. Also check out behind the curtain dot com for all your pittsburgh steelers needs and as always where we get your podcast. Search steelers behind steel curtain. Subscribe follow whatever you have to do. So you don't miss a thing all right folks. That does it for me. Have a great wednesday. I'll.
"mr michael" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"Everybody welcome to another episode of coast to coast. Podcast talks about what's important on the mat. And today i had the pleasure of going one on one with the man that has been making major waves in the b. j. j. community. Some of you may know him as a creator of company. Twenty-one ju jitsu keys or from the super fight show grappling of the badges. I'm talking about mr michael clarke and for those of you that are lucky enough to share the mats with him. We know him. As little. Mike mr mike how you doing today brother. Welcome to the jujitsu neighborhood. Doing great today frank. Thanks for having me on. I appreciate it. It's an honor and pleasure. A no worries man..
The Breakfast Club
"mr michael" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"They've been saying this and we're still almost twenty percent away of being a couple of weeks ago that seventy percent of the population was vaccinated. But it was only like the only guy like one shot or something like that. Not that was a certain stance. I think that was almost new jersey or something like that was just biden. Said that that was on the only a certain state. I could've been real. Well the thing is that a lot of a lot of our population is even eligible to get vaccinated. Because if you're under twelve you can't so i don't see how that's going to be possible until that's available for everyone right. Virginia is also set to remove richmond lease statue. And that is supposed to be happening tomorrow more than one hundred and thirty years after it was built as a tribute to a civil war hero. He is widely seen as a symbol of racial injustice and according to state officials. That is gonna come down this week. There governor said this is an important step and showing who we are and what we value as a commonwealth so that is on top of a granite pedestal. Nearly two Which is in the mind on monument avenue so if announced plans to take the statue down since last year in june and they announced that ten days after george floyd died under the knee of a minneapolis. Police officer the plans for more than a year by two lawsuits that were filed by residents. Who are opposed to the removal but rulings last week by the supreme court of virginia cleared the way for that statute to be taken down. So tomorrow is the day definitely right. Got to go right. And that is what we were talking about. The cdc showed that seventy us adults have had at least one shot of a kobe. Nineteen vaccine right so for fully vaccinated. It's only fifty three percent. But they said i think is sixty two percent of the population who is eligible to get have gotten it but fifty. Three percent of the population in general are fully vaccinated. Right at. is your front page news. All right now where we come back rest. In peace to michael k williams. He passed away yesterday. He was he was found so he came a couple of years ago. And i think this is one of his first interviews on a breakfast club and he just talked about his starred in and getting into character and getting out of character and he breaks down a last. We're going to get that back on the week. Comebacks don't move. It's the breakfast club. Good morning the breakfast club morning. Everybody is e. j. n. b. angelini. Sholom nagai guy. We are the breakfast club again. Arresting piece. To michael k williams. He's been on the breakfast club of bunch of time so we wanted to get back a interview when he wanted first time. She came on and talked about how we gotta start and some of the roles he plays. Let's get into it now again. Rest in peace. To michael k williams. Is the breakfast club. Good morning we got a special guest in the bill and one of the most underrated actors in the business. I would say all right. Mr michael k williams you more good morning one. Glad you made it up because he felt like he was ducking us. I'm not gonna lie. You listen to the. I heart at wherever i go i listen. I've listened to you guys. I swear to god everything. I love in london on the set of assassins creed. Y'all keep me grounded man. I listened to all your interviews man. Whenever i can wherever any part of the world where i can get the iheart app. I listened to it. Thank you having the conversation one morning when justin bieber said he didn't want to play a gero gero right right. Well i missed that. We've got your name. Because i was like. It didn't hurt. Michael k williams when he played omar like. Yeah i mean you know. I come from a you know it was due a die brooklyn prices about issue what you can from the different era. We didn't have social media back their pop at any reservations about playing the roll man. Listen i have reservations about not eating. I found something in life that that i gravitated to that that that that kept my attention when i was a kid that was always stepping huge. Turds of manuwa. Glad you know the these cuts in my face did not come from me. Selling you know the newspaper my newspaper route. I was always getting into trouble and just could never get focused enough. The men and the arts gave me something to believe in something not to believe in myself and feel good about myself so you know it was just like i did anything i i had no fear with this as some. That'd be feel good obama's and let's keep in mind. That role was an incredible role. Big release it very complex. Roll like really. Being gay was so secondary to omar was in general. As far as being like the most how i played it like so what you know. My biggest concern would omar. Playing that character was to make sure that people believed when i picked at gun up that i was going to kill you if you knew me. Everybody know that. Mike the cream puff do. I'm not that. not that. do anybody in brooklyn. I would jump in the row. which you yum. yeah. I don't care. I was not against right. You know so. I want to make sure people pick that gun up. I had to believe that i could do that. Show the audience believe that. So what was the play. A gangster all of the gero for me with definite against roy. I had to go somewhere and make myself believe what what could make me believe that. Wanna kill somebody. And i had to find that within myself own. Was that when acting in a. I gotta go somewhere and it's dark. I locked him with omar because he was sensitive he was vulnerable. I didn't play as alpha male. I'll play. I'm like you know like in a with made him. Connect anybody connected. If you push anybody in the corner they are going to retaliate. They're going to attack. It's just it's the nature of life and omar kind of played them from that the sensitive dude. Like you can't hurt his feelings so you can see over man but not killing somewhat. I could see myself in. love bro. See myself in love you know. I don't really. I didn't really get onto the whole. You know the male female thing it will. I looked at it was love. You know. I mean and i didn't have to walk in high heel shoes. These not for that one shall catholic. Triple nine have no problem playing any role man. You know. i've played a few gay characters. I call my agent is going to start coming up in a minute. you know. Happy land at omar this joint coming on. Abc called When we ride which is based on a true story hiv positive man. You know had to lose weight. Loss like forty pounds of that role Shutout till two. Ken jones san francisco. The people castro. How do you get that energy out of you and i mean what all the roles. You play oman. The uae play chalky on bogin pie. Gangsters you play a lot of gay roles. How do you get all that energy. Mashallah ma'am so glad you said because it you know. I had to learn how to wash my my psyche. This kid is my little brother. Man atlanta twenty one years old. We was chilling atlanta's on a set of bessie. The kid was. he's it may look stressed out. Do you meditate they They may need to watch the brain bro. I know you you take these characters. And i was like this kid told me that that was like hey you got got a wash your brain. You know so so prayer. I had to get back into bible man. Just get my knees just like wash. I we connect with my family. People who matter me be fifty november so i reconnect with reconnected. Marquette and my oldest son he you know he got some issues. As i had. No family came. I an and that kinda balances me out with these dark characters that are played you know and then you look at these these with now my career's bought me where i'm portraying a character freddy. That's my nephew. Dominic dupont. that that's based on my real life. Jimmy rowles made my big brother. Who who did these these catches now. The the night of you know black market. These are stories that that the universe is sending me to portray any like. They're they affect their the impact. They have impacted my life my personal life at one point or another whether me or someone who i love so can't run from this. No more always your family life in your personal life because you play those roles you.
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"mr michael" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Phone tap so much going on today. I think it's time for another michael oppenheimer phone tap dear elvis. My father is an old school. Italian man who thinks everyone's trying to rob him when they tell him to refinance his mortgage. So why. don't you have. Michael oppenheimer pretend to be a lender call him up tell him he's ready to refinance his house. You'll probably have to bleep out most of the conversation but it will be funny. This comes to us. From gary. Michael oppenheimer now is on the phone. Phone-tapping gary's dan allah mr negro. Please mr negro mister nagel. Hi this is mr michael bender and fender lender company. How you doing today sir. Mr michael oppenheimer no. I'm all set. We'd like you to refinance your mortgage at time now now not not not. Would you be sir now would you. Would you let finished out now would you. I got no called excuse. You got that car now. You people in my number cool. No call nocal- what's that look. I'm australia my mortgage right. Because this is mr michael bender and fender lender company. How you doing today sir. We can offer you a thirty year fixed for your mortgage mortgage not according to our records. Where do you get my record. So you wanna check my records okay. We understand you own a home sir. Yeah i own it. that's right. They know which company with my wife takes. Okay we'll right now we'll give you zero percents for six months sir. Excuse you this is. Mr michael up and you can check my luggage. This is mr mike eleven with the been given fender. Your favorite lenders stop listen. We learned large purchases. Now what are you what. I bought a phone number giving your address. Excuse me sir bell red. There's no need to get crazy you're committed to. It's a beautiful day. Here at bender vendor. You don't want to check my credit. This is mr. Michael michael oppenheimer sn days. Where are you now you locally. You closed by we in santa barbara california. You come out to meet you firstly right. This is mr michael up and move. The benjamin mike oppenheimer whoever he is list. Your i got you got mail us. Watch put you on my list. I am. I wanna know how you got my number. No call list which supersedes listed european. I'm going to you to tell me. I'm a risk on my mortgage. So why he felt you my mortgage right now. I got some feeder. Sign up are you. Are you close by a million person. Right now sue. I'm not here to pick a fight. Mr mike autumn. I'm here to pick a fight now. You harass me. On the phone. Mr michael oppenheimer about mr michael open. Amer- you know what you can do. I add sir quarterback again. I'm gonna come on now. You're not giving number sweat. Your this to michael oppenheimer who he n. i know how to spell. You might go up and hammerstein's me with the bender and fender lender company expanded. You gotta my friend. A shylock is mr mugabe. Remember mr all nine awebber ja. Excuse me sir. I'm calling as a courtesy today. Me no knew anybody out. Okay so i'm gonna track number down whoever you just give you my phone number one. Eight hundred two four two zero one hundred. This is scary jones dabbling. And you make me like that was that What's his name. Mr michalowski cleared how over the years. His voice has changed into something. Different number four. Thou fourth one. Only there was a long time ago. Anyway fake scary. And that was your one thousand dollar raise homemade creamy phone tap. Let's go talk to marsha online. Twelve out you know it's coming you know what we're about to say right. Marsha focal a thousand dollars. I told marsha tell us what your days. All of it other than winning a thousand dollars in front of a ten million people talking. I'm shaking work. What do you do. I listen to you guys. Every single morning. I walked every single one of you old usual people one of us. Marcia what do you do. What do you do for a living an busy busy time of year. You guys right. You still busy. It's crazy. yeah. I know i don't get too crazy at one thousand dollars to your bank account. If you're an accountant and thanks for listening to us. I love you too. Marcia pleasure to talk to you hold on one second. Wow she's great. I love that she wanted thousand dollars. Thanks to thanks to raoult's homemade so next time you're in the store. Pickup some rounds homemade see So it works. They paid for the phone tap in now. We talk about them. It's pretty cool it. Let's rush into the danielle report in daniel. If you're done we're gonna do a tv show theme songs and see if we have someone ready to go. Did you find someone really really good for this. You better believe in this. Thank you see all right. So grey's anatomy has been on television for seventeen seasons so when it ends you think they would be like all right. This is going to be it. We're gonna make a big deal about it but that's not really what's going to happen. The people around the shows that they're planning a final episode that could function as either a season finale or a series finale. So they're planning for both just in case see what they decided they decide to do so. That's interesting because you know you'd think it'd be a big deal i tick. Tock is coming up with ways to curb bullying and harassment. They've launched a new rethink tool it. Pops up whenever a user types out potentially problematic message with the prompt. Would you like to reconsider posting this and the kinds of war kind of warned you that this could violate guidelines of talk you know and then you can delete it or alter it or whatever so i think that's a very good idea. Ryan.
Behind the Steel Curtain
"mr michael" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Play to make as a center. Where you snap the ball. And you've gotta get your hands up and you gotta get underneath your opponent. Stand him up when you have someone like brandon williams or claes campbell from baltimore. That's right over top of you. That's a tough play to make. And so i feel like there's going to be more issues in pass blocking than there were last season. But let's also not forget. That last season was when ben rothlisberger was swinging the ball. Two point two seconds and part of me now in hindsight looks and says maybe dow was based on the fact that the steelers could not protect him for a four five. Six seven six step dropback. They couldn't do it. It makes me feel like last. Season's offensive line. The passing numbers they in terms of sacks allowed was nothing but a mirage. It was nothing but smoke and mirrors. And so we'll see. I wish cy hip hop that. I had some type of more tangible answer for you. But i don't think anyone knows i do think they're going to be better in rushing and i do think they might struggle in pass blocking but i do think there'll be okay. I really really do okay last question here in the mail bag. Rob davis asked. Do you think the cornerbacks are good enough to compete. Well one side is fine. And now it'd be none other than joe haden. Joe haden in my opinion is still a really really good cornerback. Now is he what he was ten years ago. Now is he what he was. Five years ago. Joe haden himself joe haden himself said he thinks he's every bit as fast as he was five years ago and now he has. That veteran mind that veteran presence. I'm not worried about joe haden. i'm. I'm worried about him staying healthy. But i'm not worried about joe haden who's opposite of joe haden. I mean james. Peer is he the guy or is cam sutton the guy or are the steelers going to be running this gambit of rotating defensive backs what is going to look like this the one position in my opinion other than say the battle which i don't even think that's a competition anymore but still it's a one position where i don't think anyone knows we know the projected offensive line now. We don't know how they're going to do. But we know who they are. We are the wide receivers the quarterbacks we know the safeties even linebackers defensive front cornerback. No clue no clue especially with our antoni. Hindle internal antwon brooks getting released waived injured. No clue not one. So it's going to be interesting. It's going to be interesting. I do think that if they can find a either a player whether that is james pierre air or whether that someone else i do feel like if they can find that player that can go opposite joe haden in even even if they have to have some situation changes. I think they'll be okay. That defense is good enough. They're going to get pressure on the quarterback. But that's going to be tough question. Mark that i have on this team really is From a personnel standpoint is cornerback. All right so. I know there's a lot of stuff to cover. I know i had to do the breaking news at the beginning. Talking about the five players released in idaho. I'll be back on friday. And i will be talking more about this panther's game. Hopefully we as fans will know something about who's playing who's not. I'll do my segment with mr captain. Blue checkmark mr michael beck will be joining me and You know we'll be getting you ready for the weekend. So in in the meantime have a happy hump day. Do and i will be back on friday.
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"mr michael" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"In a lifetime offer. We'd like to give you today's home. Ashes mr for three hundred ninety nine dollars. Ninety nine cents. You can get as beautiful regina steamer carbon cleaner. Have you ever heard of those. Tv commercial sir. We're going down. I list today of people to call. Thank you if you act. Now you receive this. Orrick upright mini vac foon additional charge of. It actually works really. Well why don't you need donate it. Don't you have a rug in your house. Come up with a better pitcher not. Do you know walking home. Wouldn't your mom or dad like this for perhaps a holiday. Don't they have a birthday company. Namesake report you. Clean it okay. What is the number their record record. Sure i should be asking you these questions. You're harassing me. What is your number. What are you writing this down for. Gimme name and number reporting me you. Who is this. Mr michael oppenheim sir calling. I like you email address please. So we can put you in. I'm elliot this. Is i for you your horrible. Would you like to sign a stop calling me. No now and received his up call. And i know exactly who to call and i'm actually going to get a tape recorder and i'm gonna tape everything like care about an orrick many that. Who the hell is this. Okay oppenheimer take the mini vacs ticketing. Backside angle vacuum up. Some dust. father very rude. I'm offering you the regina steam carpet cleaner like i care about a regina steam. A ghost in your mom's with the regina steamer. Okay can fried rice off a chest. Usa munson will turn out great. That may twenty on a trial basis. What's your name sir. My name is mike. This is michael nice to meet you. Money's mike to my name is mike. I'll tell you what what's your number since i'm on a do not call and you wanna harass me. Little freak don't respect located regina steam of fruit. If we do not respect do not call. List sir okay. That's great you. Respect the twelve thousand dollar fine. I'm gonna put on you. So are you kidding. Angers me for november. This is just me. I'm happy chipper. Real camper each day. Mr michael loop and i'm just trying to sell you something you supervisor. I'll tell you will. We'll upgrade you. The latest model next year when it comes out for free. Here's me you sir you. Who is your supervisor you freak. I am the supervisor a supervisor this you let me take you through the numbers here about sales number one. I appreciate your persistence. Because i'm a salesman myself too. I don't take not interested for an answer for someone to hang up on me. But i have all day while you're trying to sell that regina super handy cleaner or whatever you got. I think it would be best for you to move onto the next phone call. I think it would be best for me to tell you that this is scary. Jones got to put this on the of course have an idea for a strain. Drain dot com. Click on the phone. Tap taff tell us what you want to do. This phone tap was recorded with permission. Granted by a female the morning show whether you're paying bills browsing or shopping online norton. Three sixty with lifelock helps you protect your devices. Connections and identity. No one can prevent all identity theft. But you can opt into cyber safety and save twenty five percent off your first year at norton dot com slash elvis. You're caller one hundred. I introduce myself. Oh gosh elvis. Duran morning reduction. Elvis duran in the morning show. We got so much to do. Daniel brought us a topic train. We're going to get into that a minute. What what made you think. I'm gonna do a topic. And i were discussing yesterday. Nikos i think it would be good if you did a topic train i go. Oh okay you got it. So i love that okay. Well that's on the way of course daniels during her daniel report. Go around the room in a minute. I don't know you know they call it an earworm when you get a song in your head. You just can't get it out. They say the only way to get out is to hear the whole song colleagues. At least that's how you get a song out of your head. So i got a song in my head. I can't get out of my head. I'm gonna. I'll share that with second. So danielle you're a first what's going on all right. So let's start with j. Lo and era already told you that she took them off of instagram. She scrubbed clean will now. I'm hearing that they're gonna cut business ties as well that she doesn't want anything to do with them anymore and you know there she was saying. Well we're still in business. We're gonna keep it cordial. Yeah i i wish i was a fly on the wall to know what exactly went down. But i think everybody's saying it's cheating so i'm just saying Kendall jenner was in the hamptons to promoter tequila brand and she got mistaken for somebody that was working at the party. Somebody over one hundred dollar tip as she served shots behind. The bar didn't realize it was actually kendall who owns the tequila. Brian's take it. I don't know because she really needs that. Tmz caught up with brittany spears. Is boyfriend sam and said okay. Are we going to see her perform again and he said absolutely and then followed it up with hopefully hopefully captain america number four when it comes back anthony. Mackie we'll be back as the falcon. He is the first one to sign onto the film. So i will keep you posted as more people sign on paris. Hilton sat down with our boy. Jimmy fallon and she was talking about her upcoming wedding and she may. Maybe she will have a guinness book of world records for the most ouseba changes at her own wedding because she says she will probably have at least ten because she likes outfit changes they look. It's hard enough. Finding one wedding dress ten outfits for your wedding is a lot but she said the wedding is going to go over a couple of days. It's going to be a big celebration over. A couple of days kelly clarkson said that she had no idea what the impact of american idol would have. She said that when they first did the show because you know she was in the first season they thought it was a joke. They were there for the paycheck. They didn't think anything would come of this show and here we are. How many seasons. Yeah so crazy. Keanu reeves want said. I could live on what i've already made for the next few centuries and he wasn't kidding this guy is worth like three hundred and sixty million dollars. Yes and he is going to become a billionaire eventually. He has back end deals. He has this pay structure which he gets. An increase of after each film is made. They said it's not what he makes so good that good for him. Would you ever think in a million years. That honorees had that much cash. When i read it i was like i'm reading the right thing for him. Yeah exactly guys. And walt disney land. I know we've been waiting for the fast pass to come back because they got rid of it during pandemic well. It's not coming back. You're going to get something new. In the fall. Disney jeannie does a planning tool it will personalize your disney day. Instead of planning you'll have more time to play. It's a free service where you will join a virtual queue of virtual line. That will i guess. Tell you when it's time to come to the ride but not a fast pass because if you want the fast pass thing it's gonna cost you money. It's disney genie plus or lightning lanes. Explain more when we get closer daniel. How much do you think it costs for. A family of four to go to disneyworld.
Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"mr michael" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"Your neighbors podcast. One of my favorite little fund side series. Things that i've been doing the idea came up before before. Twenty twenty but of course the pandemic certainly Helped this idea. Sort of grow And i've got a really wonderful guest that the has kindly join me on the show. And i literally just asked once during a facebook discussion and he said yes so want introduced Mr michael haynes to meet your neighbors podcast michael thank you so much for joining me will thank you so much for having me. Yeah so the me. Your neighbors podcast. In this case is meeting my danforth east area neighbors and again michael has a just recently moved this direction. and obviously i want to hear a little bit about that whole story. The jury for me again. I'm behind the music. And i know you do some Music related podcast stuff. So i'm behind the scenes guy. I love reading the liners of vinyl records on. I'm back guy. Love hearing stories of people's journeys. So if you wouldn't mind what the what sort of brought you to the neighborhood..
Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"mr michael" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Dear. Elvis my brother. Jason despises telephone telemarketers. He's been known to flip out so much. He turns the tables and tries to keep them on the phone with him just to drive them. Let's phone tap at all right. This comes from l. All right joe now his sister. Now phone-tapping jason. Scary jones is calling as the world. Famous michael oppenheimer our resident relentless telephone telemarketer phone-tapping journals brother. Jason here. go. Today's michael oppenheimer phone do. This is mr michael oppenheimer with the of glove. The hot surface handler. How are you doing today sir. You know this is my work phone right. I don't have time for you to be calling and harassing me. Withstands extreme heat. This is mr michael oppenheimer with the glove. Did you know that the of glove has he five fingered flex grip and makes everything from so attain to scrambling very easy. I don't care what it has. I want you to stop calling my phone. How do i get that to happen. Earlier is made of soft double knit cotton and his machine washable made up. I don't want you to stop calling my phone. So if you get your glove dirty you can wash basin. You're no circling. can you stick it on your own. Also protects two fingers from getting grilled during the barbecue season. Just eighteen dollars ninety five cents today sir. I want you to stop calling my phone. Did you know that if you ordered one now we'll give you the second one absolutely free for your other hand. We keep getting disconnected. This is mr michael oppenheimer with the glove. Piping hot pants and sizzling skills can create danger in the kitchen. Now you can protect yourself from burns while creating a culinary minutes outta cooking and whipping up. You know like that. How about yourself. What kind of cooking you do. I do all kinds of cooking like grilling barbecuing speaking. I took time. I cook all kinds of bake bake brownies and cousin. Don't you hate when you removing muffins from the oven. And you burn your hand and the panfuls on the floor and the muffin that don't you hate when you touch a hot stove. Accidentally of gloves got you covered all the time. I got my hand on the finer. Well the of glove is nonflammable. Stick your hands in all kinds of fires with the glove. Anything's possible amazing. So let me sign you up right now. Can i send you three. We got to go inside of gloves for a friend. I want to know about this. Did you know the glove is made from. Kevlar roy jaguars so people can buy. Shoot my beds. And i'll be right to see material that firefighters use in fighting fires. Amazing i can say you can wear the of glove while you're singing out that sir sir. Thirty dancing right. It's a great movie now. The of glove resembles the same glove. That michael jackson used to wear in the nineteen eighties. Must like that. yes sold out. You sold on the fact that you've been tapped. Hey jason yes. My name is scary. Jones with elvis duran in the morning. Show crab your sister is playing a phone tap on you. I'm gonna batty. Let me tell you not at all. Okay well thank you scary for that very old school phone tap. Right mr winkle. Yeah anyway. We have a unin tire week of one thousand dollars. Pre money phone taps. Thanks a friend friends a smart mouth. line to craig. Let's change craig's day shall we. Hey craig yes. Hello you just one one thousand dollars. That's awesome man. It's a thousand more than you had ago. Isn't that wild. You just wake up not knowing what the day's gonna bring you. Oh well just brought you a thousand dollars. God knows what what's next very. What are you doing today. cragg what do you do. I work as a service border at a local auto dealership. There you go. I like how you only told the story. Thanks thanks for what you do and thanks for listening to us every day crag and we're going to send you that thousand dollars. Oh thank you. We'll take you very awesome. Hold on one second one second in face to smart mouth only twice a day. You rinse it out your breath. Oh my god you'll be known for having the cleanest breath in your neighborhood. Congratulations to craig. And maybe you'll win tomorrow another thousand dollars and the on the way. Thanks smart mouth With that said daniels report on the way next week you have coming up daniel. We thought we were going to get a new jeopardy host. We have a little controversy going home. Now you know all right. We'll find out that also Froggy saw the luke bryan bio-pic right is called dirt road diary or two so good. Oh we got to hear about that. A lot coming up after this tax fifty. Five one hundred. There's one here that says. I have sex with my girlfriend's mom more than my girlfriend. Exterior data rates apply text. They'll be in the morning show orange. What gandhi clearly in skype seats and he looked at the clock and there was about ten seconds left for her to get back he busted through that door like the kool aid man with a bag cereal and all i could hear was cellophane heavy breathing and footsteps. I know i see you on the zoom your hand jamming that box of cereal. But it's the end of the cereal box away with the renault is gonna eat it after you handle over. I know it's so funny. How that that's a lot of cereal in. He'll finish that so that's the thing scary. When he starts eating his brain turns off and forget. There's a clock ticking and we're live on a live radio show on. I thought this was the my time in. My head is all related. What's going on with time. Always feeding your face should be secondary. Don't you think. Well imagine my surprise when i walked in. I saw the the clock counting eleven. Ten gun is watching. You run end anyway. I'm glad you made about you know by the skinny. Your teeth is they say people always ask what those little clocks and timers behind me. They see an older. They mean nothing. You don't watch.
"mr michael" Discussed on Phone Taps
"Randy elvis duran phone tap so much going on today. I think it's time for another michael oppenheimer phone tap dear elvis. My father is an old school. Italian man who thinks everyone's trying to rob him when they tell him to refinance his mortgage. So why. don't you have. Michael oppenheimer pretend to be a lender call him up tell him he's ready to refinance his house. You'll probably have to bleep out most of the conversation. But it will be funny. Comes to us from gary michael oppenheimer now is on the phone phone tapping gary's dan mr negro. Please mr negro nygard mr nigel. Hi this is mr michael bender. Fender lender company. How you doing today sir. Mr michael oppenheimer no. I'm all set. We'd like you to refinance your mortgage at this time. Not would you be sir now would you. Would you let me finish now would you. I got no call. Excuse you got that no car now. You people get my number hoops. the call. no call nocal- what's that look. I'm australian mortgage right because hi. This is mr michael with the bender. Fender lender company. How you doing today so we can offer you a thirty year fixed for your mortgage my mortgage no. You're not not according to our records. Where did you get my records. So you wanna check my records. Okay we understand you own a home sir. That's right which company with my wife takes care of all that we'll right now we'll give you zero percent for six months at a boss sir. Excuse you mr michael up. Check my luggage. This is mr mike eleven with the fender. Your favorite lenders itself any. We learned any large purchases. Now what are you what. I give me your phone number. Give me your address. Excuse me sir those name my bell. There's no need to get crazy iraq. It's a beautiful day here at bender. Fender you don't want to check my credit. This is mr michael. Is michael oppenheimer dyson. Why are you now. You locally you close by in santa barbara california get out there and come out to meet you personally right. This is mr michael up and mike oppenheimer. Whoever he is a list your i got you got us watch. I don't put you on my list. Call list yeah. I am i wanna know how you got my number no call list which supersedes the listed european to tell me. I'm a risk on my mortgage. So i pay you my mortgage. We could someone you up right now. Sign this up. I got some feta sign up are you. Are you close by a million person right now. I'm not here to pick a fight mr mike. I'm here to pick a fight now. You harass me. On the phone. Mr michael oppenheimer about mr michael open. Amer- you know what you can do you my ad sir. Call black again. I'm gonna come on now. You're not give me your number. i'm sweat your name. This to michael oppenheimer o. P. p. e. n. I'm how to spell. You might go up. Hammer says me with the bender and bender lender company and benders. You go to my friend. He's a shylock. Mr mr all nine eleven. Excuse me sir. I'm calling as a courtesy today. Gertie you anybody else okay. So i'm gonna track your number down whoever just give you my phone number one. Eight hundred two four two zero one hundred. This is scary. Jones gary because to tone and you make me like that permission granted by participants durand durand in the morning show..
Lex Fridman Podcast
"mr michael" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"Or cares for you. Just hit a random number generator just listed all the russians. I know in who is the easiest to get yours desperate. He's got a shitty book this garbage cut and paste that he yeah and it turned out. Okay i think slightly above average michael. I love you. You're an incredible human being. It's an honor that you to me and you'll be my friend. Thanks so much for doing this. A the respect that. I got a when you asked me to be the guest for the anniversary. Episode was similar to the respect with my two friends. Josh and zoe they were gonna get married at city hall. And they said we want someone to witness that the bass skew. So it's one thing when people tell you they like you respect you which i had growing up so thing when they show it and this is something that i do not take lightly and i hope no one takes lightly and if someone does right by you and shows you respect going back to kind of taking out for dinner thank them by them a candy bar. Buy them the soda. Do something to show that. You don't take it for granted because i think what you and both want to do is increase human kindness as possible. And i'm gonna look at the camera. Be kind to yourself because a lot of you deserve it. This does he die you. Thanks for listening to this conversation with michael malice a thank you to gala games indeed better hope and masterclass check them out in the description to support this podcast and now let me leave you. Some words from jack kerouac that perhaps begins to explain the nature of and the reasons for my friendship with mr michael malice. The only people from me are the mad ones. The ones who are mad to live mat talk back to be saved desirous of everything at the same time the ones who never yawn or say commonplace burn burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle. You see the blue satellite pop and everybody goes. Wow thank you for listening and hope to see you next time.
Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"mr michael" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"Or cares for you. Just hit a random number generator just listed all the russians. I know in who is the easiest to get yours desperate. He's got a shitty book this garbage cut and paste that he yeah and it turned out. Okay i think slightly above average michael. I love you. You're an incredible human being. It's an honor that you to me and you'll be my friend. Thanks a the respect that. I got a when you asked me to be. The guest for the anniversary episode was similar to the respect with my two friends. Josh and zoe they were gonna get married at city hall. And they said we want someone to witness that the bass skew. So it's one thing when people tell you they like you respect you which i had growing up so thing when they show it and this is something that i do not take lightly and i hope no one takes lightly and if someone does right by you and shows you respect going back to kind of taken out for dinner thank them by them a candy bar. Buy them the soda. Do something to show that. You don't take it for granted because i think what you and both want to do is increase human kindness as possible. And i'm gonna look at the camera. Be kind to yourself because a lot of you deserve it. This does he die you. Thanks for listening to this conversation with michael malice a thank you to gala games indeed better hope and masterclass check them out in the description to support this podcast and now let me leave you. Some words from jack kerouac that perhaps begins to explain the nature of and the reasons for my friendship with mr michael malice. The only people from me are the mad ones. The ones who are mad to live mat talk back to be saved desirous of everything at the same time the ones who never yawn or say commonplace burn burn like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle. You see the blue satellite pop and everybody goes. Oh thank you for listening and hope to see you next time.
Mikes Exciting New Business
"Bryant so like i mentioned at the top joined by two good friends and now business partners mr michael janice from e com crude dot com and build l. andrew from elements brands dot com looking forward to diving into the deal and talking through it and before we get soon gritty wanted to give a disclaimer. One thing. we're not gonna do. It feels a little strange mike. I know you are really transparent with what you do. Bill you are as well traditionally have shared everything. We decided not to show the name of the company that invested in partially in large part. Because we have a lot of investors here in just out of sensitivity to them partially because we want to be can sensitive to the to the seller as well but kinda love to be transparent and usually usually are but needs to be a little bit more just a little bit more sensitive with the name and the details of this company. So that being said i wanna walk people through can how the deal came about how we structured it Some the closing challenges. And can i get an update on how things have been going since we closed and mike what originally the seller who is someone that we both know how to relationships with reached out to you and i to talk about selling and kind of morphed into potentially. Hey we should take a look at this. What was it that you liked about the deal. Mike and then maybe bill you can share as well kind of from the outset. Yeah i mean for me. It was just knowing knowing the person. So i knew that i was getting full. Transparency mean whenever you buy business offer any website or platform you always have to worry about. What is the the cellar hiding. And so no we know was talking to the seller before they even contemplating to us like i felt like we have an inside track on the margins. Really good in this business. There's some some secret sauce. Defensibility that i think that you know is is really appealing and so that's kind of how the whole thing how the whole thing started once. They decided they didn't want to sell. I did bring up well. Maybe that's something we'd be interested in and so it's kinda hold the whole thing together. Yeah that's similar to the thing that i like to which is kind of does all come back to the seller. I knew this person pretty well for few years. Also and the thing that i knew about this person was that they had great systems. They were really a kind of festivus. Entrepreneur had everything documented. And this was out when we got the tax returns and they tied to the penny or almost almost exactly to the penny to the company's financial records. So i knew that this person was running a tight ship because i knew who they were and that was baird out during diligence. So for me. That was that was an important thing as well. I'm thinking back to the original conversation. Now that i had with them and the only thing that was kind of going through my mind because you just mentioned bill like they run a tight ship. You're always for things that you can approve upon. It's like when a businesses like really running. Well it's not really the thing that i think that we look for typically right. We're looking for something where we can fix something. That's broken in some ways. But there was a few things that they just feel comfortable with or didn't really want to to mess around with them. One of them was sourcing from basically from china and so they're buying things from suppliers in the us. That are the things from from china. So i thought oh well. There's a opportunity there. I saw some opportunity in. Seo stuff where. They just wasn't their biggest focus. They were focused mostly on on the amazon staff and so it was kind of thinking through things. Okay while the parts. That i don't necessarily want to deal with neo the the operational stuff where i'm not necessarily going to make any improvements to it. We can take that stuff over and let it continue run smoothly but the things that i think that we can add our secret sauce or or knowledge to are wide open spaces and so that was the only thing that appeal to me. Yeah that was kind of the perfect combo in this business. Right there was there was really tight systems for the things the business was doing. But this seller kinda said look you know. This businesses optimized a lifestyle business. I really like my lifestyle. I have a great one the seller gave us a list and they said on day one. You should do this this and this and we saw a. Why didn't you do those things and seller says. Be too much work. You know. I make enough money. You know i'm happy is great and this kind of sounds ridiculous but i see this on elements. Brands deals as well as you know. People are making six figures a year and they're happy right so that was sort of the perfect combination. Usually the people who are on cruise control are not very well organized and so the downside of of lots of stuff to improve that you've also got shore up the basic operations but this was a great combination that the seller was super buttoned up. Kind of on the things that were in their wheelhouse and had just consciously not pursued a bunch of things that we real excited to pursue. Yeah i remember having a conversation with the seller during diligence and diving into advertising and some of the advertising was returning a pretty good good level. And there's a lot more room as well. Why why didn't you just bump up spent here. It was working well. And and i i just think she hadn't wasn't something that she had the pan west or inclination to do and so it's tons of opportunities for growing the business. Yo things i liked about it too is a checklist. I had on the espn capital front for businesses to look at good margins which is important. This one has that repeat. Business is a big one and ahead. I think really strong business. Thirty percent plus of people. Reordering a boring or unsexy niche. And it's that is. I think you know i like that. I like niches. That are not super glamorous. more money in their often. The only thing that scared me was the amazon concentration and it had most the sales come from amazon but the thing the only thing they gave me comfort there was bill like you said that history with the seller knowing how risk adverse they aren't how cleanly in from a white hat perspective built that business gave me a ton of at least a lot more comfort on that front. I mean you can be comfortable with all you want but like amazon. You're still in amazon's pie and so remote or whatever and this was the concerns me like even going into this. But i think that's something that we all accept as as amazon sellers. Hopefully this isn't the thing that they target to amazon. Basics thing or disrupted in some other way. it's always a little bit scary but it also goes to thing that i'm excited about. Which is your. They were not necessarily focused on their own website. As much as i think we're going to try to be. We'll see how how this plays out a lot of times. You know as a buyer business you have like all these dreams and they don't always play out the way that you think they will. But i'm pretty confident that efforts in just kind of digging into things after talking to the seller now for pull last couple of weeks. There are some pretty big opportunities to at least lessen. The amazon risk factor. It will never be fifty fifty or anything like that in terms of website sells damas on at least we can get more more sales through our
News 96.5 WDBO
"mr michael" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mr michael" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And the president and founder of Centennial Advisors, Mr Michael Reese were continuing our discussion on being proactive in your tax planning. We're talking about capital gains, and there's been a lot of changes that might potentially happen. Going forward this year. Mike, let's continue. This discussion on capital gains you back because there's another area of capital gains that could really hurt people now again. President Biden. Yeah, he's of the old tax and spend crowd. He is far as he's concerned. You should be sending more your money to washing DC's been very open about. I'm not like making stuff up. This is he believes attacked. It should go up. A lot of the Democrats in charge. Believe the same thing so you can expect tax. The tax law will change this year about I shouldn't say. Will change. I should say there's about a 99.99% probability that the taxes are going to change this year. Very high probability, and if they change, it's not gonna benefit you. They're going to say that they're only going to tax the rich. What they really mean to say, if you be If they were being honest, they would say no, we're going to increase taxes on pretty much Everybody. That's what they would say if they were honest. One of the things this is something that they're really trying to push. They want to eliminate something called the step up. In capital games when you calculate your capital gains tax, so they want to eliminate the step up provisions. Does that sound like some tax jargon to you? What about you? Sad? My head is completely spending. Well, what the heck is step up a basis, right? Right. I mean, that's it Sounds like all the accounts If you're an accountant right now, listening, You're just you know, you're probably starting to salivate because like, who's step up a basis, this is cool. But for the rest of you, you're probably like what the heck, man you've lost me, right? But here's the deal. You want to pay attention to this because this is really important. Let's imagine that your parents they bought the home that they live in, like 25 30 years ago. Whatever, 100 years ago, whatever they bought it a long time ago. And when they bought their home they spent Oh, I don't know. $100,000 call. They bought their home for 100,000 many, many years ago. And they live in that house to the day they die. You know, maybe one parent passes away and then the other parent passes way Now you're the only child to the house goes to you The day that your second parent died. Let's let's pretend Dad died first. Then Mom dies. She leads you the house. But today you know this the house they paid 100,004. You know, 2030 years ago, so today when you receive it, it's worth call it 400,000. If you go to sell that house immediately, and you saw it for 400,000, you don't know any tax. Well, why don't you all any tax Because currently there's what's called a step up a basis. Mom and dad's basis in that house. What they paid for the house was 100 Grand, but when they died, and they left it to you, you got what's called a step up of basis, meaning the basis went from 100 to 400. Value the house when you received it. So that means if you sell the house for the same price as what you got it for, you know any tax sack? What if you decide I'm gonna hold the house for a few years and I'm gonna sell it company. Maybe yourself three or four years later for 500,000. Right. So it was worth 400. When you got it. You sell it a few years later for 500. You're going to pay tax on a game is a game. The difference of the 400 when you got it to the 500, or is it from the hundreds of Mom and dad paid for it to the 500? Which number is it to calculate the tax? Hundreds of the 500? No, No, no, because we get step up a basic. Okay, So it's the 400 to the 500. See, a lot of people would answer the way you just did. I know it's a 400 when you received it from Mom. It was worth 400. You sold it a few years later for 500. You only pay tax on the difference. 100,000 well, but they wanted just want to get rid of that. They want to go back to what you said, Zach. They want to say, Well, gosh, if you receive this house for 400, if you sell it right away for 400, you're gonna attacks on the difference from what Mom and dad paid for it. 100,000 The 400. It's worth today. You're going to attack some 300 grand and Oh, remember, we want the tax rate increase from 15 2% to 28% or higher. You're gonna give us a lot of money is what they're saying. And oh, my goodness. If you hold it for a few years you sell for 500. Well, now, like you said, Now, there's 400,000 game. You know, more tax. You might not be rich it all but you're receiving inheritance that was normally tax free. Suddenly they're gonna tax you Are you going to be happy about that? Absolutely not. Or how about this one? Here's another areas really gonna matter? Imagine that your mom and dad owned a farm. Lots of acres. Yeah, Maybe they have 300 acres back when they bought the farm. The price breaker was $1000 an acre. So maybe it was they spent 300,000. Today. Suddenly, their farmland is worth 10,000 an acre. It's worth $3 million. By the way, they're farmers. You think they feel rich? Sure no farmers never feel rich man. Come.
"mr michael" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Your co host Zach Holcomb and alongside me, as always, we have a certified financial planner and the president and founder of Centennial Advisers. Mr Michael Reese or continuing our discussion on being proactive in your tax planning. We're talking about capital gains, and there's been a lot of changes that might potentially happen going forward. This year. Mike, let's continue. This discussion on capital gains you back because there's another area of capital gains that could really hurt people. Now again, President Biden. Yeah, he's of the old tax and spend crowd. He is far as he's concerned. You should be sending more. Your money to washing DC has been very open about. I'm not like making stuff up. This is he believes that taxes should go up. A lot of the Democrats in charge. Believe the same thing so you can expect tax. The tax law will change this year about I shouldn't say will change. I should say. There's about a 99.99% probability that the taxes are going to change is here. Very high probability, and if they change, it's not gonna benefit you. They're going to say that they're only going to tax the rich. What they really mean to say, if you be If they were being honest, they would say no, we're going to increase taxes on pretty much Everybody. That's what they would say if they were honest. One of the things this is something that they're really trying to push. They want to eliminate something called the step up. In capital gains when you calculate your capital gains tax, so they want to eliminate the step up prevision. Does that sound like some tax jargon to you? What about you Sat? My head is completely spending. You know what the heck is step up a basis, right? Right. I mean, that's it sound like all the accounts If you're an accountant right now, listening. You're just you know, you're probably starting to salivate because like who step up a basis. This is cool, but for the rest of you, you're probably like, what the heck, man you've lost me, right? But here's the deal. You want to pay attention to this because this is really important. Let's imagine that your parents they bought the home that they live in, like 25 30 years ago. Whatever, 100 years ago, whatever they bought it a long time ago. And when they bought their home They spent. Oh, I don't know. $100,000 color. They bought their home for 100,000 many, many years ago, and they live in that house to the day they die. You know, maybe one parent passes away and then the other parent passes way Now you're the only child to the house goes to you The day that your second parent died. Let's let's pretend Dad died first. Then Mom dies. She leaves you the house. But today you know this the house they paid 100,004. You know, 2030 years ago. So today when you receive it, it's worth college 400,000. If you go to sell that house immediately and you sell it for 400,000, you don't know any tax. Well, why don't you owe any tax Because currently there's what's called a step up a basis. Mom and dad's basis in that house. What they paid for the house was 100 Grand, but when they died, and they left it to you, you got what's called a step up of basis, meaning the basis went from 100 to 400. The value the house when you received it, So that means if you sell the house for the same price as what you got it for, you know any tax sack? What if you decide I'm gonna hold the house for a few years, and I'm going to sell it cup. Maybe yourself three or four years later for 500,000. Right. So it was worth 400. When you got it. You sell it a few years later for 500. You're gonna pay tax on a game is a game. The difference of the 400 when you got it to the 500, or is it from the hundreds of mom and dad paid for it? To the 500. Which number is it to calculate the tax? So hundreds of the 500? No, no, no, because we get step up a basis. OK, so it's the 400 to the 500. See, a lot of people would answer the way you just did. But now it's a 400 when you received it. From it was worth 400. You sold it a few years later for 500. You only pay tax on the difference. 100,000 well, but they wanted to say I want to get rid of that. They want to go back to what you said, Zach. They want to say Well, gosh, if you receive this house for 400, if you sell it right away for 400, you're gonna attacks on the difference from what Mom and dad paid for it. 100,000 The 400. It's worth today. You're going to attack some 300 grand and Oh, remember, we went the tax rate increase from 15 2% to 28% or higher you're gonna give us a lot of money is what they're saying. And Oh, my goodness. If you hold it for a few years you sell for 500. Well, now, like you said, Now, there's 400,000 game. You know, more tax. You might not be rich it all but you're receiving inheritance. It was normally tax free. Suddenly they're gonna tax you Are you going to be happy about that? Absolutely not. Or how about this one? Here's another areas. Really gonna matter? Imagine that Your mom and dad owned a farm. Lots of acres. Yeah, maybe they have 300 acres. Back when they bought the farm. The price breaker was $1000 an acre. So maybe it was they spent 300,000 today. Suddenly, their farm land is worth. 10,000 an acre. It's worth $3 million. By the.
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Game ratings will now include loot box warnings, ESRB says
"The first story is from Polygon. Mr Michael Work Order over there gave readings will now include loot box warnings. The ESRB says the entertainment Software Ratings Board the organization that rates Games in North America based on content is adding a new rating designation to account for Lube Boxes Gosh mechanics and other randomized items. These are be announced today that it will specify game has in game purchases with random items an update to the broader in game purchase warning label the visa the news at designation. We'll be signed to video games that contain in game offers to purchase digital goods or premiums with real world currency or with virtual coins or other forms of in game currency that can be purchased with real world currency for which the player doesn't know prior to purchase the specific digital goods are premiums.
US, Iran conflict hardening over attacks on 2 tanker ships
"Tensions between the US and Iran are again, ratcheting up as the US accused Iran of orchestrating an attack Thursday on Japanese and Norwegian oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, Iran, denied any involvement, and accused the Trump administration of trying to sabotage diplomacy secretary of state. Mike Pompeo directly accused Iran attacking the oil, tankers just hours after the incident. It is the assessment of the United States government that the Islamic Republic of Iran, responsible for the attacks that occurred in the Gulf of Amman today, this assessment is based on intelligence. The weapons used the level of expertise needed to execute the operation recent similar rating attacks on shipping and the fact that no proxy group operating in the area has the resources and proficiency jacked with a high degree of sophistication. On Thursday night. The United States also released video of which acclaimed was runs revolutionary guard removing an unexploded mind from the side of the Japanese oil, tanker attacked, however, the president of the Japanese company that owns the ships that it was not attacked by mines, but to flying objects, he also said he does not believe any objects where tach to the side of the ship Iranian ships did approach the oil tankers after the attack. But according to multiple news accounts. The Iranians helped rescue dozens of crew members from the tankers the timing of the incident, also raise many questions as it came as Japanese Prime minister was visiting Iran and an attempt to bring Ron in the United States. The negotiating table. Iranian-american treat a party said, quote sounds like some are afraid Japan may succeed in starting diplomacy. The message of peers to be, don't you dare stand in the way of my war plans? Treat a party said last month, the US blamed, Iran for attacking four other oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, but offered no evidence will. For more, we're joined now by VJ per Shah, director of tri-continental institute for social research, chief editor of leftward books. He's also the chief correspondent of globetrotter he's the author of several books, including the poorer nations possible. History of the global south. Welcome to mockery now VJ per shod respond to it's happening right now in the Gulf of phone line. Hello, amy. It's I think important to bench into the woods you just used. You said that only hours after the attack, or the bombings in the Norwegian and Japanese thank the US secretary of state went out there and blamed, Iran hours of to, you know, it's very interesting. There's a kind of rush to blame Iran for anything that's been happening around the go. Full moves people who look closely at the oil business understand that fifty percent of the world's oil goes through the Gulf of law, Moos, the understand that, you know, getting oil is a dangerous activity, all kinds of things happen are accidents this by the see there, a series of it'll quite a common risks faced by all tankers. Iran is not one of those high on the list of Sparta's risk assessors are concerned. And the of course, this is the first thing, the United States government has said, as you said, without the evidence. So within a few is and without any evidence, the United States government wants more provoking, some sort of response from Iran, perhaps, or at least to try to galvanize public opinion to believe that Iran is a threat to the would what's really important here is yes. The fact that Shinzo Ave, the first Japanese Prime minister to visit Iran in forty one years. He goes to Iran ah shortly after the Iranian Foreign Minister visited him in Japan. In fact, Mr. Zarif visited Shinzo abbey in his home. They had a very important conversation with Shinzo obvious said that the Iranian nuclear deal is a factor of stability for West Asia. This goes directly opposed to the Trump adminis-. Stations view and what's very important here is we're not talking about a country, that's far from American the American audit. This is Japan, a reliable ally of the United States, which is not only reliant upon Iranian oil, but understands that, the warmongering in West Asia is going to be very bad, not only for Eurasia, but for the would and I think we need to understand that as Shinzo Ave is in Japan, this attack this several Taj. Whatever it is, is an rallies on the Novi jn Japanese tankers. And again as Shinzo Ave is in Iran. That's right. He wasn't there on the first time in forty one years, and he has been saying, actually interesting. This is a right-wing prime minister. This is not a person of the left he's been saying that there needs to be a return to the table. It's not only Japan saying this Amy. It's also the Europeans, the Europeans of very keen that the US not break fully from this Iran deal. The Germans in fact have been looking for noted mechanism for payments India, which is one of the largest budgets, Iranian oil had to back off because of these new very tight sanctions put in place by the US government. But the Indians are also not that interested in this new approach by the Trump administration. They would like to continue to buy oil. In fact, it's kind of 'isolation that the United States is facing its is related alongside the Israelis the Saudis and the United Arab. Emirates nobody else wants war. Nobody else wants this deal to end. And so I think it's really out of frustration that you see the United States jumped the gun come in very quickly and say that Iran is, is doing this, Ronn is doing that. And therefore, we have to retaliate. It's important to remember that in two thousand seventeen the CIA created a special unit. Call the Iran mission center run by Michael d Andry, and this is an important outfit because its entire mandate has been to ratchet up pressure on Iran. I don't know what happened to the Norwegian or thank. Oh, the Japanese thank good. But I'd be very interested to hear what the Iran mission center at the has been up to since twenty seventeen and runs. Foreign minister mohammad-javad reef tweeted Thursday, reported attacks on Japan related tankers occurred while PM obey Shinzo. Was meeting with our toll hominy for extensive and friendly. Talks suspicious doesn't begin to describe what likely transpired this morning, Iran's proposed regional dialogue forum is imperative. He said, VJ per shot. Mr. Zarif is a very capable diplomatic very reasonable person. He has been leading Iranian diplomacy, and has opened many doors to a diplomatic solution for the standoff around Iran. And I think we need to take seriously what Mr. the saying here when he uses the woods suspicious, I think we should underline that would again. I'm not saying what happened in, in the Gulf of our Moose's very clear that there are alternative explanations. We don't know what happened. We should be suspicious of the negative would forward by the US department, but we should also be suspicious about what happened, we need to ask questions, considered this form a regional standpoint, the United States, the Russians and others are in the middle of very serious diplomatic effort in Ghana stone. There are meetings of the US held in cutter, there are meetings that the. Russians of held in Moscow to dial down the almost nineteen year war that has been taking place in Afghanistan. Imagine if the United States strikes against Iran right now, it would bring catastrophe further to Ghana stone, it would open up the wounds in Iraq, and in Syria, Mr. Zuma's made it very clear that in a tack on Iran is not merely an attack on Iran. It's going to create even more catastrophe in that region. That's one of the main reasons why the Chinese are very interested in not allowing any kind of warn that region. They ever lauded stick, especially in terms of their belt and road initiative, which cuts right through this region goes three run. Nobody wants a war here. It's important for Americans to stand that the US government is deeply isolated on this issue of Iran. And on the way that the US government portrays, Iran in the rest of the would Iran is seen. As a stabilizing force in that region for some strange reason. The US government believes that Iran is an interloper. In other words, there almost eighty million Iranians who live in West Asia, and this seemed to be out of place, whereas the United States, which is, you know, thousands of miles away a portrays itself as a regional active. This is very bizarre for people around the world, and I think Americans need to understand it on Thursday, members of the House Armed Services committee from both parties said Pompeo told them in a classified briefing that the United States could use the two thousand one authorization for these military force or a you enough to attack Iran without congressional approval. This is Michigan democrat Elissa slot. Can we were absolutely presented with a full formal presentation on how the two thousand and one A M F might authorize war on Iran? Yes, I'm sir. I'm sorry, sir. Secretary Pompeo set it with his own words. The af was passed in the wake of the nine eleven attacks authorizes, the president take military action against those responsible along with any quote associated forces, your response to that VJ per shot. And what role do you think Saudi Arabia is playing in all of this? I mean look, this is very chilling. Very disturbing marching us into a war. In other words, they're marching the world into war. They're pushing Iran, the sanctions of attic, catastrophic impact on Iran's external revenues its ability to earn money. There is serious medical crisis inside the country, I think focus should be on that. We've already seen how sanctions destroyed countries how they put a lot of stress on the country, but that's not the focus of anybody's attention. In allowing people like Mr. Pompeo John Bolton. Another set the agenda here, you know, they're being allowed to say that Iran is the criminal country. Must be there for tact. I think this is very disturbing. Saudi Arabia of forces playing a lead role in this. I mentioned the Iran mission center, Mr Michael Andreas is very close to the Saudis. In fact, has. Played an important role in the drone program, and it's likely to have had some role in Saudi warned Yemen. So I mean, this is something people to consider this very quick, March to war must be stopped. The reason saying this is not just about Iran. It's about the region. It's about Eurasia and the Trump administration, I think is playing fast and loose with the facts and is being very reckless with world affairs on this in a we see the Trump administration behaving recklessly mercurially, perhaps in other parts of the world. That's true, but with Iran, I think the finger is right on the trigger and the very fact that bumpier gave this briefing should suggest to people that this is not the time to be cynical. Sick sit back and say, I don't think they're going to do it. It's very likely that the United States is going to make some strike on Iran, and that strike is going to open further the. The gates of hell for the region J for shod director of trion continental institute for social research, Fedor of
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"Dismissed or quit depending on whose version of events. You follow? Officially Tom dependent gone will continue to do what it always does. It will stand on a wall on defend this country to the Admiral Stavridis, some what if you could just sort of use your navel and strategic background in the context of China and a book that you have recommended called on desperate ground, and what we should take away from reading this book by Hampton sides about China and understanding them, not only from a military and trade perspective. But from a political and cultural perspective. Yeah, terrific question. The book is about the Korean war, and it's a cautionary tale for modern times. Right. In other words, we know what? War on the Korean peninsula, would look like hundreds of thousands if not millions dead that was before there were nuclear weapons involved. So a we ought to take the cautionary message and be we ought to. Remember when China's back was pushed to the wall by MacArthur with US troops surging north. They responded they responded hard. They pushed us all the way back down that peninsula. We should not underestimate China's will in a military conflict. So I wouldn't say we're quite on desperate ground yet between the US and China, but skirmishes lead to wars we need to be very cautious and careful in how we deal with China. So what is the scuttle butt among your colleagues and other officials in an outside of the military about the future of the United States role in the Pacific. We need to remain engaged to walk away from the Pacific takes away from the economic engine of the earth on the other hand, we have got to find a modus Vivendi with China, and I'm particularly concerned this week with the exchange of messages, if you will between president gee of China and president sigh of Taiwan in their New Year's messages. They went back and forth about unification that could be a real flash point in twenty nineteen. That's been relatively quiet over the last decade. I, of course, identified you Fletcher school. And of course, you exited tufts and Fletcher school here after five years herding cats known as a faculty, and I would love to know within the vogue of international relations. What was your biggest surprise for students within the international relations after five years? It's Fletcher it is so in now to do international relations. What's your message to students undergraduates graduates, and their parents who want to pursue are? Number one by far is that international relations gives you an opportunity to serve to serve your country eventually in the military, but in the diplomatic core at the Central Intelligence Agency. In international business is a form of service engaging globally provide service to the world, and I'll close by saying our students focused in particular, Tom on his shoes of equality, globally and the environment, and it's very idealistic space for students to be in. And I think is a very powerful one in today's world. Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate it writing for Bloomberg opinion as well. Former NATO supreme allied commander as well. I thought his insight there on Taiwan is fallen beneath radar. That's over though. It's on a lot of people's radio. But within the markets that we folk. Focus on that was really suggested a geography lesson to get out and just start plotting the actual distance between China Taiwan and South Korea and North Korea and Japan. It looks a lot smaller than the Gulf of Mexico, and I talk about book here. Please my book of the summer, folks. Robert Kaplan, Robert d Kaplan, the return Markle's polo world, and if you're really motivated, his previous book Asian cauldron is about the geography, Mr Fox just talks about how can we think about these issues? If maybe we know the map, but even better if we actually understand the distances between these different countries and putting you're so right about that difference between Formosa from another time and place in China as well futures a negative twenty four Dow futures negative to thirty eight the yen one oh, seven seventy four. Now, let's go to Mr Michael Barr and find out what's happening in the world. Mr var. Thank you, ma'am. Thank you, Tom. The new members of congress will be sworn in today. Democrats will take back control of the house while the Republican majority in the Senate grows by two in total. One hundred twenty seven women were served in the one hundred sixteenth congress being sworn in today. Do members include several I such as the first two Muslim women from Michigan and Minnesota they'll take the oath of office on a Koran that belonged to Thomas Jefferson. We'll also see the first native American women and the first African American women from several states US ambassador met with Paul. We learn the American arrested in Russia accused of espionage wheelin, a former US marine is being held in one of Russia's most notorious prisons global news twenty four hours a day on air and then tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg com. Kabar? Thank you so much again futures negative twenty four Dow futures negative to forty three lifted yields off yesterday to sixty four in the ten year thirty year bonds still under three percent two nine six percent. This is Bloomberg. 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Mr. Macron, Mr. Mccall And MR Macron discussed on BBC World Service
"Didn't see them. So. Dell's as sort of globalization's winners who used their cars taxi drivers that sort of thing how dangerous is all of this Mr Michael because his popularity has plummeted twenty six percent an opinion polls for the European parliamentary elections next year suggests that mrS lapenne national rally, we'll be level with Mr. McCall's party. If not perhaps even ahead of it. Yes. He needs to do well in those European elections. And in the local elections that will follow them to really turn his party from a vehicle that got him elected into a truly sustainable political party. That has a national grassroots structure. He is looking over his shoulder at the populist parties, he did set out to remake politics and redraw the lines of politics in France him as the liberal reformer pro European against those populous trends, the thing that I think you have to remember about mR Macron is that he. He's been safe because the political opposition has been so divided. He never had a majority of France who signed up for the first round to his reforms. What's different about this protest is that it's not organized by political party or by union. It's organized on social media. It's people from lots of different political backgrounds and persuasions different jobs different areas of the country who have come out in their local numbers to show support for this protest. So people are seeing it as a sign that social issues are now away for people to unify over and above those political divides. And that could be something that mR Macron needs to be very worried about mR Macron who said I hear everyone's anger. But do these protesters and many other French people now feel that he is a president for the rich? I mean, how bad are things for pensioners another sound. How big those divides that the protests are showing up between town and country. The rural urban the old the young the rich and the poor. I think the device have been there for a very very long time. People talk about this in terms of years in terms of decades. It's not simply Mr. Macron's actions that have caused this. But I think when people talk about them being the last straw. It's a sense that they've seen their pensions reduced they've seen the cost of living. Go up they've seen benefits carts. Now. They've had tax rises is a sense that it's households that are bearing the brunt of this whilst the rich in France and businesses are being given tax cuts. And that's something that mR Macron has been quite tough on Lucy. Williamson one reason for mR, Macron's fueled tax rise is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to protect the environment. There's been a blizzard of gloomy reports this week in the run-up to a big climate conference starting in Poland this weekend. The. The highlight or perhaps more accurately. Low light the last year emissions of Seattle to went up for the first time in four years unsurprising, then the two thousand eighteen is on cost to be the fourth warmest year on record. I asked our environment. Correspondent mcgraff what does this rise in emissions mean at a time when we should be cutting them over twenty fourteen fifteen sixteen and seventeen. There was a stalling an unprecedented Klein in CO two and many people thought. Yes, the moment has come. We've finally kind of piqued our emissions because that's the key thing is going to happen. The world is going to peak in its use of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, and then they got decline, but came to the peak is the key for step and people in the back of their minds are taught kind of gotten didn't want to say it, and then this 2017 data's come out. And it said actually they're on the rise again. And what's happened is the same old story economies have grown. They're using more fossil fuels and the emissions have gone up and rather than actually potentially peaking in two thousand twenty. Twenty the now talking about countries not peaking before twenty thirty at a time by twenty thirty when we should be having emissions of about half the level. They are now. So that's quite a bad in quite a bleak picture.
Trump says he'll pull out of World Trade Organization if it doesn't 'shape up'
"Trump is ramping up it's, tough talk on trade in an exclusive. Oval Office interview the president threatened to pull out of the World Trade Organization if it does not start treating the US better. I would say the WTO was the single worst trade deal ever made and if they don't shape up I would withdraw from the WTO sources tell us the president, also wants, to move ahead with a plan to impose tariffs on two hundred, billion dollars in Giannis products as soon as the public comment period concludes next week members
U.S. second-quarter GDP growth revised up to 4.2 percent
"Good morning yes revised GDP data, from Washington, topping forecast second quarter now four point two percent annual growth rate. The, prior estimate four point one percent this four point two, percent more than forecast personal consumption consumer spending. Up, three point eight percent inflation. Gauge is little changed from the. Prior reading, three, percent two percent on the. GDP price index and core quarter over quarter, again GDP revised figures from the. Government topping forecast four point two percent edit Annual rate and higher than the. Initial estimate footnote from the Bloomberg based on the ten year moving average though GDP shows the economy has net, fully, bounced back from the financial, crisis the average still below two. Percent and before. You break up the, grape me hi. This, lags, the past.
U.S. trade deficit widens in July to highest in five months
"The merchandise trade deficit widening and July to seventy two point. Two billion. Dollars more than forecast widest deficit since February. The prior month three meantime revised the bit lower again the trade deficit merchandise trade deficit seventy. Two point, two billion dollars. In. July we'll get figures in a. Week or so on the deficit and both. Goods and
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How to recall an email in Gmail after hitting the send button
"As there ever been an Email that you wish you could take back immediately. So the story behind that is g mail has been running. Its undo send fee for emails. You've been able to only on the web. Have you been able to. Take it back in Email, just maybe mere seconds after you send it like you realize that feeling of dread when you might have said too much out there. So you're able to press the undo button quickly. And then you know, in many cases, if you're dealing with another g mail client, then you can do that immediately if you're doing with another Mike hotmail or something like that and might take a few minutes. So that kind of suspense still hangs around. But yeah, that feature has moved onto Android now. So it's a good thing, I guess. And there are plenty of emails that I wish I could've taken back in my time throughout. I've never had that because if I'm going to say something that I would want to take bag, it's going to be through text. It's going to be through some sort of messaging. I don't think I would ever send something that could come back to me in a bad way in an Email. I don't think I've ever done that before very permanent. I mean for me it was emailed that you use to talk to professors or something, and you used to do that in a harried rush just before class when you're sending something and send the wrong file, you send the wrong, whatever the heck. So like for me in terms of typing something on my phone and just saying and not making all because autocorrect has screwed you over really good today. Yeah, that's that was the case for me. So I wish that undue send could have undone whole bunch of if you get an Email from me and the word ducking is in there, I meant it for for it to be in there. Okay. Brendan is, is the undo send future godsend for you? It is. It is a godsend. Accept that. You have a window of like ten seconds who who sent I want. I want a window of like seventy two hours because I can't think of a particular example, but I've set my wife emails in the past that I, I was telling her something I didn't. I didn't agree with or something that bothered me. And let's just say it put our relationship into a tailspin and I wish I hadn't sent it. But you know, there was no undue sent.
Shares of cinema chains tumble, led by AMC, on report Amazon is eyeing Landmark Theatres
"Maker and retailer. Was raised to buy from halted Argus. Research the other hand coachee down four percent the cosmetics maker lower, to, quibble of self from by at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and I should note movie theater. Chains down 'cause we reported people familiar with the. Situation telling us that Amazon dot com is in the running to buy the landmark theatres chain owned
Stocks drop broadly as new China tariffs rekindle trade-war jitters
"Fox in for john farrow tom keene in london we are two hours away from the opening bell on wall street let me get you updated on the news that you need to know at this hour investors around the world are selling stocks after the us fired a new shot in its brewing trade war with china the trump administration releasing a list of two hundred billion dollars worth of trade tariffs on chinese goods china is vowing to retaliate no details yet as to the exact nature of the retaliation and the bidding war over britain's top paytv company it is increasing as the bid for twenty by twenty first century fox's increasing for sky tv at values the company now at thirty two billion dollars that is twelve percent more than the offer that was made by comcast of course they're all in a bidding more disney comcast for those assets of twentieth century fox and trench coats not loved so much the shares a burglary falling as much as five percent in london the luxury goods makers saying that revenue rose just three percent in the second quarter as it trails rivals in the all important china market all right it's time to find out what's going on in the world we've got to mr michael barr mr bar tom thank you very much nato secretary general jens stoltenberg says he agrees with president trump that nato allies should contribute more to the alliance in terms of defense spending but he also defended nato saying that there is strength in unity and while talking to cnn ahead of the summit stoltenberg was asked about his earlier breakfast meeting with president trump extent orange juice toll stunts all fruit solid on good breakfast.
Twitter, Manuel Lopez Obrador and Official discussed on Today
"Best offer the migration plan agreed to summit of leaders last week mr zahava is due to meet the german chancellor later today but clarified his position in the early hours of this morning yes i said that i will present my decision to resign and that i will implement this decision if no solution is found within the next three days it is our it is also mice step towards an agreement with the cd you it's hard to predict what this means for mrs markle's fragile coalition government a compromise looks unlikely if mr ceo does resign mr michael miss still quell the bavarian uprising albeit under a different leader the number of people seeking asylum in germany has fallen sharply but this extraordinary row serves to illustrate how the subject of migration remains a highly charged political issue not only for mrs markle's on happy coalition but for europe itself the people of mexico have elected their first left wing president in recent history official projections suggest andress manuel lopez obrador a former mayor of mexico city took more than fifty three percent of the vote defeating both of the two main parties who've governed mexico for decades mr lopez oberdorf has promised to tackle the corruption and violence that's plagued the country in recent years he's also said he live in his own home turn the official residence into an art center and sell off the presidential plane our correspondent will grant is in mexico and has sent this report mr supporters waited a long time mayor of mexico city has finally taken a job that alluded him twice in succession this time however no one was going to stop in becoming the next president of mexico within minutes of each other the two main challenges accepted defeat clearing his path to the presidency and even before the official result was announced president trump offered his congratulations via twitter saying he looked forward to working with mr lopez over the door is there was much to be done to benefit both countries perhaps the most extraordinary thing about this win though is the degree to which he and his party have managed to break the longstanding power of the traditional parties in mexico the center right pre which wants enjoyed over seventy years of uninterrupted rule may now be one of the smallest parties in parliament mr lopez opened our doors morena party which only began in two thousand and fourteen has now managed to completely redraw the political map of the country tesco has announced a long term strategic alliance with the french supermarket giant carrefour as both companies tried to cut costs the tire will cover relations with suppliers around the world and the joint purchasing of own brand products lancashire fire and rescue service says it will take many more.
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French president pays call on Pope Francis at Vatican
"Wants the opcw to be able to attribute blame which would circumnavigate the russian veto at the united nations the uk delegation has been working hard to secure support fritz draft motion which only needs to win a majority of votes to pass russia syria and a few other countries will inevitably oppose it but their numbers aren't likely to be enough to stop the process if the extended powers are granted they could come into effect before the opcw releases its much anticipated reports into the chemical weapons attack in april in the syrian city of duma headed border security in the united states kevin michelina in has ordered his agents to suspend for handing over to prosecutors of migrant adults who crossed the border with mexico until last week's eight been carrying up the controversial policy of removing migrant children from parents at the border david willis has this report such was the subsequent outcry the president signed an executive order keeping detained families together whilst the parents await trial that left officials with the problem of a house those families and the white house spokeswoman several saunders conceded there was currently a shortage of resources to military bases in texas have been earmarked as temporary camps for migrants that the head of us border security kevin michelina told reporters the socalled zero tolerance immigration policy was now on hold david willis political parties and candidates taking part in next month's election in zimbabwe will sign a peace pledge today days after an explosion at a campaign rally killed two people nearly fifty others were injured in the blast in the country's second city bulawayo president emmerson mnangagwa escaped unharmed but his two vice presidents were among those hurt signatories of the pledge in harare promised to us legal methods to resolve disputes with news from the bbc the first case of polio in papua new guinea for twenty two years has been confirmed the world health organization said it was detected in a six year old boy in april it was also found in samples taken from two healthy children in the same community the w h host had only sixty one percent of children in the area are affected moreau bay province on the northern coast of papua new guinea currently received the recommended doses of polio vaccine a spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother nearly half a century ago is due in court in madrid today the retired kind of colleges had wanted to vail is the first person to stand trial in connection with a theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general franco they were taken from their parents because of republican sympathies or because they're unmarried mothers offended the regime's catholic beliefs the french president emmanuel macron is used to meet pope francis at the vatican later he's expected to accept the appointment as an honorary canon of rome's cathedral the post is offered to every french head of state but several of mr macron's predecessors have declined it james reynolds reports president emmanuel macron leads a country which famously separates church and state mr michael who is baptized catholic has said that he respects the role of religion in society on this trip the president will accept the ceremonial appointments as honorary canon of saint john lateran beyond the bestowing and the acceptance of clerical titles president mclaughlin and pope francis may talk about the more difficult subject of migration a popular japanese blogger has been stabbed to death apparently by man he and get on the internet the blogger kenichiro okamoto was found dead in a toilet in the southwestern ciccio fukuoka after chairing seminar on social media issues police had a man had turned himself in and confessed to the killing bbc news thanks for that welcome to newsday with lawrence and connie on the way in the next half hour we're going to be hearing from yemen where the army sacked a senior general also here from the mexican convict turn chef is advice on how to achieve your dreams and the question of whether the trump administration is actually backing away from its controversial zero tolerance attitude to illegal migration also the business and the sport here on newsday first we start with that story in me and my where the army says it sucked the general who led the military campaign against hundreds of thousands of row hinges because it says he showed weakness at we have been speaking show correspondent in angolan nick beak and i wanted to know who is this general this is major general maung so and he was head of western command in rakhine state and so that meant he was a.
AP Explains: US has split up families throughout its history
"Nine in the euro one fifteen ninety three worldwide coast to coast this is bloomberg now let's find out what's going on in the world mr michael barr mr barr thank you thank you tom the house is set to vote on an immigration bill today house speaker paul ryan says we can enforce our immigration laws without breaking families apart yesterday president trump signed an executive order to stop families being separated who cross into the us illegally from the mexican border a majority of americans now approve of president donald trump's handling of us relations with north korea a change in it comes after his summit with that country's leader kim jong hoon according to an associated press poll it's at fifty five percent koko the gorilla who mastered sign language has died at age forty six the gorilla.
Weinstein surrenders on sex assault charges (Update)
"Futures positive you're listening to bloomberg surveillance this is bloomberg now let's find out what's going on in the world let's go to mr michael barr vista barr thank you pimm thank jonathan harvey weinstein is facing serious sexual assault charges in new york city the disgraced movie producer is expected to be charged with raping a woman the criminal sex act charge stems from an allegation brought by lucia evans who said weinstein forced her to perform sex during what she thought would be a casting goal the people of ireland are voting in a referendum that could lead to a loosening of the country's strict ban on most abortions today's referendum will decide whether the eighth amendment of the constitution is repealed which would open the way for the government to introduce more liberal legislation canadian police and explosion caused by an ad ripped through an indian restaurant in a mall in the toronto suburb of mississauga wounding fifteen people global news twenty four hours a day on air and add tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg jonathan i appreciate your time several catch up with you a little bit lighter good morning from new york city ahead of the three day weekend in america futures positive up three points the snp dow futures positive thirty nine you're listening to bloomberg radio.
Redstone weighs CBS-Viacom merger with or without Moonves
"A degree of recognition of areas of responsibility or areas of operation willingness not to kind of step on one another's toes and that's probably what israel would be looking for here but at the same time this depends on the internal dynamics of the israeli government coalition at this point how much procedure uranian threat and what it feels it must do politically to after that very good thank you so much we've got to move on with verse verse maeve across the news flows extrordinary this headline just out moments ago from cnbc pimm fox i don't even know what to do with this moon moon vis maybe fired is cbs head if no deal while we know that viacom sherry redstone control cbs while through the ownership yes that comes from buy com and they've been trying to figure out a way for cbs viacom to combine les moon vests just received a nearly seventy million dollars pay package because of his performance last year it's no secret that he would like to remain in charge of the company and perhaps the deal doesn't get done according to the likes of sherry redstone that happened cbs off almost two points one one dollar eighty one right now that news just coming out seconds ago moon viz maybe fired his cbs head of no deal that according to cnbc this is bloomberg what's going on in the world we got mr michael barr mr bar 'em tom thank you very much republican house speaker paul ryan will not run for reelection at gordon to people close to the wisconsin lawmaker ryan's plans have been the source of much speculation amid republican concerns over keeping their majority in the house of representatives ryan ed may tax cuts a centerpiece of his legislative agenda and congress delivered on that late last year ryan plans to face reporters in about twenty minutes bloomberg radio will carry it live after russia warned the us against military strikes in syria president donald trump says missiles will be coming trump tweeted this morning russia vows shoot down any and all missiles fired at syria get ready russia because they will be coming nice and new and smart russia lawmakers have warned that moscow would view an air strike on syria as a war crime.