32 Burst results for "Muniz"

"muniz" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"muniz" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"A half days a week so i'm practices my primary role even though it's so funny i get asked all the time if i even practice because everyone thinks that i'm working for dentistry. Iq all the time. But i actually do practice all the time right on so pam talked off air. You have some hobbies Little dino that one one of your hobbies talked about is yoga and zack. Coincidentally is a big yoga guy. He he's constantly talking to you behind the scenes about his yoga practice. africa act. Are you been yasu a bit room or lena guy. I don't kevin. How do you choose amongst those things i mean. I don't like to limit myself to one. You know faction of yoga. Yeah well i mean myself. I'm i love the yasu. All kidding aside well first of all when he stepped back to that. Just wanted to ask you zach. How long is your savasta. Long enough wrong enough very game. That's that's an acceptable answer pam. How long have you been doing yoga. So i've always kind of practice sporadically. But i'd say i've picked it up Regular yoga practice for. probably gosh. it's probably almost three years. Yeah i'd and all kidding aside. My wife does yoga almost every day. And so it's a big part of What's going on around here. Actually right over there. It's happening right now as a recording. Don't look back. But i just wanted to Tell the story of about a couple years ago. You know zach. We always go to the beach in delaware..

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Frankie Muniz welcomes first child

WBZ Morning News

00:08 sec | 4 months ago

Frankie Muniz welcomes first child

"Malcolm in the middle is a dad there now 35 year old actor Frankie Moon you to send his wife welcome their first child. Together. It's a bouncing baby

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Banks are getting interested in big data to figure out their climate risk

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:51 min | 5 months ago

Banks are getting interested in big data to figure out their climate risk

"Biden administration has made tackling climate change a priority and a big element of the business story around climate. Change is risk the risk to cities states countries companies and the banks that invest in. All of them. Some regulatory bodies like the european central bank require risk assessment and the federal reserve. May eventually as well emily. Massive karate runs the company. Four twenty seven a subsidiary of moody's she helps companies and governments figure out the risk climate change poses to them. I spoke with her last fall. The very first thing that needs to hunt bone is first to understand identified the nature of the risk this could be storms floods wildfires what those impacts are going to be and then the second step is to understand how those impacts translate in terms of financial risk credit risk and. This is where we're working closely with our parent company moody's to understand how exposure to extreme weather events for example translate in terms of impacts on cash flow on asset valuation and therefore whether we see an increase in the risk of default or whether we anticipate an impact on the stock performance the type of metrics that investors managers are going to be looking at is moody starting to take an investments climate risk into account when giving it a rating is that on the horizon so start with the disclaimer. Which is i am not speaking. On behalf of the credit rating agency moody's investors service but who we are a key data provider to the input and they are now a number of reading activities where physical risk is being incorporated systematically so for example when looking at muniz state or city in the united states. There's going to be a paragraph. In the opinion that describes whether there is risk related to climate or other environmental social governance risks If you think a city like venice or a certain states on the east coast the the long term implications of potential impacts on properties and infrastructure that our coastal can be really meaningful and so it gets a little bit to the question of on the one hundred time horizon. when will this become sufficiently disruptive that it would become a financial issue and also a matter of what is the adaptation and resilience policy and planning around that such that. You know that some of those effects could be mitigated or could be if not avoided at least managed in a way that is not so harmful to the city from economic and financial standpoint.

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10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round

Trivia With Budds

05:10 min | 6 months ago

10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round

"Are gonna jump into ten questions on a ladder around right now. Here we go. It's latte around trivia and it's your first question number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle who played the title role on the tv. Show malcolm in the middle number one question number. Two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax number two which ban had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax remember if you got the first one correct. One of those words will carry over into number two and so on and so forth number to question number. Three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three and number four which australian i con played mick crocodile dundee number four which australian played mick crocodile dundee question number five which late actors starred in the films takers. Eight below and into the blue which late starred in the films takers. Eight below in into the blue followed by question number. Six supernatural star. Jared paddle lucky is. Set to star in a reboot of what nine hundred ninety s action drama. Tv show number. Six supernatural star. Jared pedal lucky is set to star in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show and number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven question number eight a nine hundred ninety two wasp w a s p song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight one thousand nine hundred eighty two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight and number nine what was the name of the row all dahl children's book which spawned two respective versions number nine. What was the name of the wral dow children's book which spun two films with gene wilder and johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions number nine followed by our last question number. Ten tae zahn day went viral in the mid. Two thousand after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Pretend taes andre went viral and mid two thousands after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Those are all your questions in the ladder round. Every answer helped you the next answer. Hopefully you're able to figure them all out and we'll be right back to see if he did in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to the latte around today. Let's see how you did if you're able to climb the entire ladder number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle. That was frankie. Muniz frankie muniz. He is a racer and he is an actor. Frankie muniz number two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song relaxed. That was frankie. Goes to hollywood. So frankie was the word that carried over there never three. Which wrestler was the leader of the new world order. That was hollywood. Hulk hogan hollywood hulk hogan and number four which australian icon played. Mick crocodile dundee. That of course was paul hogan paul hogan number five which laid actor starred in the films takers eight below and into the blue paul walker r.i.p paul walker number. Six supernatural star. Jared petty is set to start in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show. That's walker texas ranger walker texas ranger and number seven. What horror film franchise has entry subtitled the next generation and the beginning. That is texas chainsaw massacre and number eight of nineteen ninety-two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk that was chainsaw charlie chainsaw charlie number nine. What was the name of the rile children's book which spawned two films with gene wilder. Johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions. That was charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie and the chocolate factory and a pretend as on day went viral in the mid to thousands. After the music video for which of his songs was released online. That was chocolate rain making it chocolate rain. And there you have it. The ladder from luke mckay. Thank you for sending those questions

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'We come from the stars': Indigenous astronomy, astronauts, and star stories

Unreserved

05:05 min | 7 months ago

'We come from the stars': Indigenous astronomy, astronauts, and star stories

"When you think about the night sky what constellations come to mind. Chances are they're rooted in western astronomy but indigenous. Astronomy and scientific knowledge have been here for millennia. It's just not taught in schools or considered important within universities. My next guest is working to change. That nielsen is mick ma. And he's a professor in the department of astronomy and astrophysics at the university of toronto. Helping welcome thank you for having me. So how would you describe the way. Astronomy is typically taught in university course university of toronto's famous having a an astronomy course fifteen hundred students in it in that course generally starts from the early greek and roman astronomy aristotle type of plato pythagoras and they will channel through european astronomy with newton and cabrera hey and yohannes kepler and galileo of course the modern enshrinement is just one linear path from the romans to essentially neil degrasse tyson and today scientists. It's very very centered in the european model. And how have you been incorporating indigenous knowledge in your courses. I've been trying to do that little bit here. And there are courses tend to be quite full of material so adding new materials always a challenge. But i always want to make sure students come in and the first thing they see is not there. Expect a constellation. I don't him see a bear with the tail lakers major. I want them to see the constellation view. I nor a constellation of the bear or a punish shining relation that please and to recognize that these constellations reflect landover on i for in toronto or in new magi or anywhere and what is indigenous astronomy. And how do you define it. How is it or how old. I define indigenous astronomy. As being the the knowledge of the peoples of the land so and since burnett Nation state of canada would find it as the astronomers of the people that were here before settlers in colonizers so strongly of the astronomy of first nations big cree on astronaut and so on across across rhode island and every nation has their own perspective of the night skydrone interpretation in knowledge of it and so these indigenous astronomers speak to connection to the land and and to the people and that knowledge has been here as long as the people have been here and so is there a star story that comes to mind for you that gives an understanding of indigenous astronomy. Great story was the story of noon on the seven bird hunters which is a story so close your eyes and you're looking morni- guy and you see what we call the less the big dipper. And if you're looking at the big dipper couple of hours before dawn in spring you're gonna see the big dipper pointing downwards so the four stars make up the bear kind of facing downwards detail is climbing higher in the sky the four stars of the big dipper in the bull our immune the bear and then pours. What would be the handle. The big dipper are at the bird hunters and you go on those three stars to another four to get the seven hunters and the story starts by while you have to get up early in the morning a couple of hours before dawn to this constellation when we observe it at that time in the morning and we observed every day we can see the constellation circle around the sky. The constellation circles around sky every night as well. So we see the two different timescales in play but if we start in the spring at that to ask for dumb the bowl. The big dipper the bears pointing downwards. And that's when the bears waking up from tiber nation and decides hungry needs to go gather food as the bear leaves. The cave i robin spies upon the bear grabs it's bone arrow and size to chase it from hunt and the story continues through the summer when muniz running across the land so the constellations kinda flat across the sky and the birger chasing it as we get towards fall newness getting tired and stands likes to fight back so the constellations on one side again. Some of the birds have fallen below the horizon and must track the hunt but immune you and stands back robin fires. It's era a striking the immune in the heart killing it. Blood gets everywhere. All of robinhood flies into the tree shakes off the blood separate one stain on his chest. The leaves are now allred as a result. Chickeny joins robin. And they begin a celebration to cook the cook. The bear and to celebrate the feast harvest as we approach winter the constellation as the bears on his back again and reflecting the spirit of the baron sky and waiting for spring to come as part of the next cycle. So we see lots of different kinds. We have knowledge of the year as a calendar have knowledge of ritual and ceremony and we have connection with nature. So it's not just a shawny story. It's it's part of. It's a story that people in story of how to be.

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Sydney isolated from rest of Australia as COVID outbreak grows

Coronacast

10:50 min | 7 months ago

Sydney isolated from rest of Australia as COVID outbreak grows

"Saw christmas wig. Norman and over the weekend we have seen. The sydney outbreak will the northern beaches outbreak really grow and restrictions of coming to place when we said good bata audience on friday nominee. Pretty optimistic that we were going to be out of now these thing before. Christmas is still feeling that way. I'm nervous i think. I don't think they're doing enough. The risk is that it overwhelms the contact tracing. It's just you. Don't you never know where it is. And yeah probably called it wrongly pepsi two racks about it but it is There are a lot of cases. They and they're not just in the northern beaches area when you look through the list of locally acquired cases there you there in sydney there in the north northern suburbs there in the eastern suburbs. not many. but there's just a few and you don't need many. This started with just one case from overseas. Probably aircrew of the prices. Speculating on somebody being in You'll getting exemption but either way it's from overseas and the system is broken down. Basically new south wales luck has run out so new south wales approach up until now has just been really intense contact tracing and that actually been pretty successful with keeping a handle on the cases. They're considering the work houses a few months ago. So the restrictions that they operating in the northern beaches a pretty tough. But there's still more that they could be doing. Isn't it well. I just think it's called smacking. But haven't mandated masks sydney white. I mean that's the first thing you do. You just tell everybody living in greater sydney soon as you walk how she wear a mask. I know you can't transmit it very well but taking a mask on an office you go inside just what soon as you go out you put on your mask and that means review go. You've got your mask on. It's cheap effective by seventy percent. You don't know where the viruses just mandate. I do not know why the new south wales government is so done on mask. Wearing how much of a problem is it that we still don't really know exactly how this outbreak kicked off. Oh it's huge that you know how well i think we know how tall it kicked off. Somehow from somebody from overseas the was negative until the tenth of december the genomic strongly suggests from overseas perhaps the united states and so it spread from somebody who's coming from overseas. The question was aircrew. Was somebody returning to from overseas somebody who was given exemption to go home and didn't stay at home. Who knows what the story might be. But it's definitely from overseas trouble is we don't know when and we're not really sure where we know where the super spreading events where the super spreading events in a bowling club and the avalon oursel- and there are other hotspots around hotspots places where people have been but essentially a very big dense people having a lot of fun good on them into there was a problem at that point but that was a super spreading event and from there. It spread outwards. And it's not just to satisfy curiosity that we want to know where these outbreak kicked off from. We need to know where the chink is armagh so that we can make sure that this doesn't happen again. Well no it's more than that. It's it's that's part of it but that's kind of done the track a little bit when you're dealing with an a pandemic that breaks out in clusters you've got to find all the clusters and you've got to find out where the cluster started so whilst you got to say well okay teagan you are at the avalon bowling club on on a certain date which was high risk and everybody that you've been in contact with. We want to know we actually want go before you know what happened. What were you doing two three four five days before then before you tested positive where where you and actually start the contact tracing back in time in history and what they're doing now is they're trying to do that new south wales back to the twenty third of november to give a bit of a margin beyond what they think might be. The first cases roundabout the first of december. So you to go back in time as well as get the immediate context and by there's going to be secondary context is going to be people who got first time around To second time around and it's out in the city and in other suburbs as well as outside the northern beaches and as we find out from victoria. it's very hard to ring-fence a suburb. But as we said i think in the last grown cast the northern beaches are fairly straightforward to ring fences the much more well defined than some of the really big in warfare suburbs in melbourne's northwest corridor. Really impossible but even so. It's still very very hard. It's a big densely populated area and ring-fencing is is only going to have a limited effect. You've really got to ring-fence greater sydney for a few days to see what's happening and maybe for a couple of weeks. It's christmas yes. It's tough but businesses already winding for christmas. The economic impact should not be huge. If you lock down sydney and just get this thing under control and not mess around. What we've seen from overseas is quite clear. And it's quite clear from victoria as well if you mess around and do a little of this a little bit of that. It doesn't work. it's simply does not work. You've actually got a fully lockdown victoria did. And if you do it you don't have to for too long every day. You wait can be a week at the other end and the other thing that we should be doing. Is speeding up vaccine approval. I know that we've said we can wait but now the face. We studies in the morning when victoria was in lockdown. But now the face re studies are in and it was fine to wait while we didn't have a problem we weren't there was no reason to just you know russian along because we could learn from overseas. But now that you've got this outbreak and it's big and is going to spread potentially through australia's biggest city and crippled potentially cripple the economy. There's a very good argument for getting going with immunization. So the tj good administration simply has to give a approval. I know go on about how they don't have an emergency approval process but that can be organized and they can they can be. There are ways for them to give urgent approval for this vaccine. It's not bureaucratically impossible and actually get the whatever they've got here in stock in terms of the five vaccine get into sydney's northern beaches and ring-fence immunization give it to healthcare workers their age care. Give it to the elderly and then you can give it to an efficient way to use it before it spreads. I realized we don't know that it's prevents. Transmission always really knows it prints disease but like everything else you just taking a chance that that it will prevent transmission and hope that it does and give it in that light. There's a lot that we do with this pandemic. we're not absolutely sure what what is the end of the individual things that work but you just gotta hit it. And now we've got a vaccine. We should hit in places like the uk and the us imperative to vaccinate is pretty obvious because the scale of the outbreak there is so massive in global terms. What's happening in sydney is pretty mine like does it still justify fostering vaccination he is because it could become big quickly quickly and be very difficult contain and create a of time now. This is a different public health. Aim this is much more like what. They did with smallpox with smallpox in poor countries massey. Muniz ation didn't work. It was very hard to implement it the way they eliminated. Smallpox was exactly this. This sort of ring-fenced vaccination you find a case and you immunize people around that person so that you you get this sort of halo. Immunized immunized effect and with the pfizer vaccine. You get fifty percent effectiveness at least with the disease with just the first does and within a few days and then one thousand four two or three three weeks so you. The effect is pretty quick. Would be an of faith that it prevents transmission. But it's worth ago. Why would we sit on this. Just go so at the moment the restrictions that are in place in new south wales in sydney are in place until wednesday night so basically the day before christmas eve is that going to be long enough or are we to say these extended while the restrictions are only on the northern beaches not greater metropolitan sydney. So that's not control the pandemic. I mean my. That's my prediction. It will not control the pandemic unfortunately spreading covid nineteen spreading. So that's the problem. I hope it will. Let's hope that contact tracers and not being overwhelmed and that the traces that are the cases that are popping up in south west sydney in eastern suburbs of city in the northern suburbs like hornsby they can pin them down the they're saying that they're traceable to the northern beaches outbreak but who they spread them to are the contact. Are they able to trace to them. So let's hope that they do the do contain it. But that's the so then. You've got the the lockdown simply there. You've got no mandated masks. They're just pleading with people to wear masks but just mandate masks sydney white right now. Just do it why. It's so frustrating that they're not doing that. Evidence based approach so christmas becomes unfortunately in sydney a superspreader event. Potentially if they haven't sorted this out and you're really done to very low levels of new cases where adly quickly quickly if you're not very low levels of new cases. They can't afford to allow christmas to go ahead with big family occasions. Otherwise it's going to go nuts unfortunately so the other thing that we really don't know much about yet he's exactly who's who when it comes to these outbreak and that was something that we were quite critical of the victorian authorities about when they were grappling with. The outbreak is new south. Wales being transparent enough well looking at the data. They're giving it is much easier to understand. There were lots of times in victoria. Had no clue whether we're talking about change. During the day the definitions were awed. Here you can see the breakdown you can see where the cases are. You can see where where there's locally acquired but they don't know where the sources. I think it's two or three at the moment is a little bit of discrepancy from the press conference and what they've published since the press conference. Yesterday there were two at press conference soon to be three on the table by today. I'm not sure we haven't had time too early for us to luke. Why would why we record this so nasty question. It does seem more transparent but what's lacking is public health measures in the community to control it and give the contact tracers a break and let them follow it through contact tracers but no matter how good the are if you get too large numbers of cases they get overwhelmed and getting extremely tired whereas masks would help just reduce that spread that little bit. That might make a difference. Yeah it's a really critical a couple of days in the lead up to christmas. But we're going to be keeping you informed but that's all we've got time for today

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"muniz" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"muniz" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Don't need nothing on the carpet. First thing. He does like ten minutes and knocks over a glass of water kill the whole vibe. Damn. Do these let it slide. You know, I'm saying anybody else might have to take a few Fades. Did you send him the bill at the end of the episode? He's just lucky a little bit of water, you know? Okay. Yeah, that's that is Patel tell me what was the Genesis of Studio gangster podcasts? I can't I can't say it. I feel like a dork when I say it but Studio Gangsta, it's got what Eight Episodes so far. It's like Peter Jordan. It's got tons of of cool. I've had well started off. I was doing it by myself. It just me doing solo pocket. Well, not so much solo podcast, but I would have guessed wrong. So I had a Peter Peter was on there Peter Jordan the other homemade stand up comedian Thomas. I believe though. He's been on there a few times and then I had the homie Erik Bernal on there. So, you know, I've had a few guests down there, but then then all the Coronas should happen. I'm not too tech savvy with the zoom, you know, so I try to get somebody in there that trust I could just you know ramble on with some shit about and that's when I got my home eating a t on and he's like my co-host not every week and he keeps a good conversations. Got some hot takes. Oh, okay. Okay. Okay. I was just figured that like Studio gangsters a good like double entendre because you know, I'm not that tough, you know, I'll be talking that ship in the booth, you know, it's pretty good. And this the cover art is great to did you need money now my homie, sorry. I live with my homie J read he's a musician and he's got this group called prompt society and the singer shy he's artist too. So he drew that shit off. Real quick. So P Bishop on society Shaheem Reid check them out Twitter. Try to grab some dobar work. He's more of like a just like a lot of comic book type shape, but it's pretty dope. That's perfect. And let's please remember what I said about plugging others. This is about you so far I'm kidding I'm kidding is my spies the homie. So if I promote them, you know I'm saying it's like it goes without saying like if you win we all win, you know, yeah. I know I give you shit, but I do have to say I love the type of people that aren't just all about them and they actually give love to the people that they support or wage but they recognize that are doing a good job because you only in competition with yourself, but you know, damn well you're dealing please. Hey, this is a self-help podcast. So I feel like home Reese. You're you're you're on brand with this. But anyway, also wanted to talk about your comedy career. I mean shit you've been performing all over the valley. I've seen you well, I saw you at a show at the House of Commons job. You also Open Door featured for Jesus Trejo the homie to apologize bro. Who I think he has a new hour out and he also he goes on tour with Bert Kreischer. So I mean he can't swim though. He can't swim now. He barely just started learning how to swim. Oh my god, dude. I.

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Sleeping with Fear

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Sleeping with Fear

"Listening. Welcome to kiss myths and mystery your host Kit crump apparently a podcast I. Did a couple months ago of kept people up late at night including one woman from. SEATTLE. Who asked me to repeat this podcast and she signed it sleepless in Seattle the podcast is about night terrorists have you ever had a nightmare the kind of dream where you wake up in a cold sweat and can remember every detail what was it that scared you and how scared were you really can you be so terrorized that you have a heart attack could you die in your sleep due to a nightmare? The answer is, yes. Yes. You can be scared to death. It's call para sympathetic rebound. Paris sympathetic rebound is delayed reaction of the Para sympathetic nervous system during a tense and or prolonged stress to the opposed sympathetic nervous system. Now. Let's take a look at dreams most of US dream every night even we don't remember doing. So sometimes dreams feel super short usually if they're about something really good like the perfect date with your celebrity crush other times, they can feel like they're going on forever the entire night, which can be particularly annoying if they're scary or causing you anxiety. If you've wondered about the actual length of an average dream, you certainly earned alone there are lot of mysterious questions. About Dreams and researchers are still trying to learn to answer what science does know of Audrey Muniz. This dreams are basically a mental exercise happens while someone is sleeping dreams occur during rapid eye movement Aram part of sleep, which accounts about twenty percent of the night. No one really knows exactly why we dream there are a lot of theories out there according to some researchers dreams exist to process intense emotions or facilitate consolidation of emotional memories. Some believe that dreams help. Show. US. Daytime threats. So the can learn how to avoid them or show US counterfactual simulations today time events so that we can learn lessons. There are also researchers who don't think dreams exists for any reason at all really they just do and what are nightmares nightmare scary or terrifying dreams that typically occur in Rams sleep and leave the dream of shaken or disturbed to some extent upon waking some researchers maintain that for a dream to be a nightmare at has. To be disturbing enough to awaken the dreamer other experts point out that many non scary dreams erotic. Sad nostalgic creative spiritual can be intense enough to awaken the dreamer also. So now let's take this full circle. What is one of the key factors would wake you up answer over stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system and what is para sympathetic rebound but the delayed reaction to the Para sympathetic nervous system to over stimulation perhaps if you dream you die but wake up. In a coal sweat there simply wasn't enough extreme long-term stress to cause para sympathetic rebound but could you be scared to death by a nightmare? The answer is a resounding. Yes and they're sleepless in Seattle is a repeat of my nightmare

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Talking to the Other Side

The Sustainable Futures Report

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Talking to the Other Side

"Hello and welcome to the sustainable future for Friday. The twenty ninth of May. I'm Angela. Day. The thing all this episode is talking to the other side. How do we talk to the other side about the climate emergency? How do we find common ground? How do we get everyone working together? I spoke to Kevin Wilhelm. Ceo of sustainable business consulting in Seattle. I'm talking to Kevin will help. Who with naturally Huffman is joined all through a book called how to talk to the other side finding common ground in times of Corona virus recession and climate change. Now I know the coronavirus recession of very much for front of our minds at the moment but the climate change emergency has not gone away We really need to be able to talk to the to the other side because there are people who are vested interests and there are people who dogmatically opposed to the idea that climate change is a problem. So how do we talk to the other side Kevin? Well I think that the biggest issue that most people have said they've they've already set their mind set that they can't agree with somebody who may disagree with them and when we talk about issues like climate change versus Economy Muniz has been going on for for decades all the way back to say in the in the United States since nineteen eighty seven. But even if you think of the the first Earth Summit Rio in the second one in South Africa both times there was kind of a economic uncertainty that was going on globally and politicians and business groups said. Hey we can take action on this because it's hurt the economy and the same mindset is starting to happen now I you know through my consulting work and what we laid out in. This book is laid out dozens of examples of businesses that have made more money by Leaned into the climate change efforts. Because they've saved on energy. They've saved on Water. Saved on transportation costs innovated new ways of delivering products and services in your even seen it in the in the financial markets. You seen Ones where we've had record growth of the stock market for the last ten years up until February of this year and even during that time Those companies that were on say the Dow Jones Sustainability Index or the S. and P. Five hundred environmental and social impacts outperformed attritional indices which were performing record highs. And so. There's this myth that you have to give up money or sacrificed. Do the right thing are mentally and from a climate perspective and what we wanted to do was really flipped at notion on its head and show the examples of where it's win win no matter your perspective or not and so that. That's one way that we've used as an example to bring people from opposite sides because we feel like money is kind of like nonpartisan issue like if if you can make more money and I can make more money than then ideology somehow falls away a little bit. But then you've the very big players particularly well in energy and I'm GonNa talk about oiling. Talk about there is not a lot you can do to change your business to be environmentally responsible. I it's just gotTa be you you Mined Coal in an environmentally friendly way. Least if you do burning. Coal is not environmentally friendly so the sorts of pressures that we've got to find common ground with or at least we've got to convince them that we need change. Yeah absolutely I mean Colt a really difficult one I. I like to look at the entire. Fossil fuel industry is as one area and then each of them a little separately. So if you think about it we used to call them oil companies. Now we call them energy companies. And that's because you know. Bp Shell even Exxon Mobil realize that there was going to be a finite resource and the cost of getting to some of these places was going to be really difficult. And so as you've seen oil prices come way down that the more extreme places like the tar sands or the deep ocean off of Brazil. Just make no longer make financial sense. And so that had to shift because wind and solar power had become cost competitive. And so you've seen these these what we're traditional oil companies switched it become energy companies because they realized they could still provide energy different way. We've also seen a number of energy companies that have switched from coal to natural gas A. because natural gas is cleaner. But mostly because it's cheaper right now with all the the fracking that's been going on

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The Popularity Of (And Problem With) Municipal Bonds

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:54 min | 1 year ago

The Popularity Of (And Problem With) Municipal Bonds

"Nunis I've been reading quite a lot about this recently in the press hearing hearing Sort of financial TV wise the market for municipal bonds. So hot right neue. Bottom line ever since The trump administration past their new tax tax laws and ever since we are only able to write off a maximum of ten thousand dollars of state against federal and we are really a hamstring. About what our deductions are people. Don't WANNA pay taxes. What is the one area that has left municipal? Oh bonds and it isn't that they are some juicy and high yielding no. It's just that they have been relatively safe and You earn interest. I federal tax free. And if you buy municipals in your state from your state they will be State tax free so all the big tide tax states California Illinois Annoy Massachusetts New York Blah Blah Blah. You know the names those are. The resident said have been buying municipal bonds like crazy road. So they're all after this type. They're basically after taxpayer. They want to save money on Texas. They are but here's the thing about municipal bonds little people think that all Muniz tax exempt. But that's not the case right. That's correct there. There are taxable municipal bonds. And the reason why they created those is the The cities that counties the entities that issue municipal bonds almost almost all have some kind of ceiling on how much they can issue annually and one say reach that ceiling then they can no longer issue tax free bonds and they have to issue issue taxable municipal bonds which are pretty competitive with yields on corporate bonds but my understanding is that those taxable bonds are still just as popular all pillar the tax exempt bonds between the municipal world. Why would that be? It's it's the race for Yael. Everybody wants wants yield and we even find foreigners are buying both tax free and taxable income. Yeah well and you say why would they do that. When you've got negative yields in Japan and in the euro-zone all they want is a rate of return on their money? They don't WanNa deposit their money and have to pay the depository money to hold that money. So we I have this crazy thirst for yield right now. Why why do we have that? Why does that exist? Well we have it because Number one the negative yielding global. Oh bonds have never been more powerful number two if you are an actuary meaning a pension plan A insurance company that has actuary reliability. You have made You have made promises that you're going to be able to produce x amount of income and X.. Amount of capital capital gains a year and that x amount of income has become more and more difficult with the negative yielding bonds globally. So people want to save save they want to invest and they WANNA positive rate of return. So where do they go. The United States of America Corporate Bonds Immune E bonds attacks won't Mini-van so busy because interest us rates are so low. It means that you're not getting the yield on the normal stuff that we used to get sort of ten years ago that yielded quite nice returns to now. You've got to go to more risky things. You absolutely absolutely do or just suck it up and say well. I guess I'm GonNa only earn one point. Four percent on a California general obligation bond in ten years much sex due to go to the junk bond market well the perils. They're quite different than the muny market. But junk bonds are quite popular right now. My understanding is I was reading something the day. WHOA whoa speaking about junk bonds? We should also talk talk a little bit of bites. I don't if you know but this becky with the good yield you know about this becky. No yes you know becky because you spoke to us when we bought a junk bond for Cardiff Garcia. Oh yes MRS homebake off shore drilling just a company that he did not so call becky with the good yields and actually that bond is not jim typically where we bought it to ninety today. It's trading at a bite de to seventy four ninety two so were down a little bit. But that's actually across the junk bond market. The prices are up because people are chasing that healed. And how what does that mean for the economy. Is that a dangerous thing if people are chasing after this high yield dangerous if the economy stumbles not just the US US economy but the global economy. And a Becky I understand then must be in the In the energy area is that correct so one of the worst performing areas in the United States all of last year. And what's happened in the energy space just like the regular investment in space is that corporations have taken on so much debt we are talking trillions and if the economy stumbles and Business starts to your road revenues. Then go down. Interest coverage on the debt starts to deteriorate. And we're going to start seeing it when that happens happens. Many more defaults domino's right the domino theory thing goes on the whole goes on a very very quickly whenever you're leveraged switch or could go slowly because so many people especially in the in the junk bond market last year thought hall. This is the year. We're GONNA have major defaults and it didn't happen to any consequence foot skip onto Muniz. So what else should investors be worried by looking at municipal bonds right no well. The CONGA line is pretty long as far as natural disasters and You know hurricanes and everything that's climate change but I would say one of the big things now that we watch every day that we have a person that scans every news news feed around is cyber attacks cyber-attacks exactly city of Baltimore has been attacked. There have been multiple attacks in small cities in In Florida there was a trauma one health center in New York that was attacked and because they didn't pay the ransom they were down for over two months. And and what does that mean to a bondholder. Why should they care? You have many of those and they have to pay the ransom number one which was not budgeted for or their insurance difference for cyber-attacks. Goes up astronomically. Then you as a bondholder. The amount of money that they're taking in annually starts to get skimpier and skimpier because they have have to pay all these bills that they hadn't budgeted for and you the bondholder have less and less security interesting. Do you think that these risks whether it be the climate change inge risks or these kind of security risk cybersecurity risk are they priced into the bones in your opinion not at all not at all. It's too it's too early for them to have priced it into the bonds uh-huh and I only see cyber attacks getting bigger and stronger and more profitable for the cyber thieves a more devastating for the bondholders holders

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Boeing splitting CEO and chairman roles

Squawk Pod

08:11 min | 1 year ago

Boeing splitting CEO and chairman roles

"On Swap pod Boeing owing speaks out hiding. It was a set of engineering decisions. That ended up being wrong. Boeing Chairman David Calhoun in an exclusive interview amid mounting pressure. The aftermath of two seven three seven Max crashes has put on the company this airplane will will fly it will be safe as well as the CEO. He is going to experience experience in his first period. One of the most difficult situations any CEO. That I've ever known has lived through and exclusive to this podcast. CNBC'S CNBC's auto and aviation reporter Phil above the narrative completely got away from them anchors on today's squawk box are Joe Kernan becky quick and CNBC contributor Surat Sethi joins as has guest host your host on this podcast that's me CNBC producer. Katie Kramer it's Tuesday November fifth. Two Thousand Nineteen Squad begins right now. So what's your process to hold people accountable to make sure this doesn't can happen again. Senator First of all my company and I are are accountable. I believe that accountability starts with with me My board took some recent actions regarding my position which I fully support and will allow me to focus even more on on safety so every action takes tried to focus on safety that was bowing CEO. Dennis Muilenburg and Florida Senator Rick. Scott during last week's blistering questioning joining of the airplane manufacturers leader on Capitol Hill one month ago Boeing's board stripped Lindbergh at his chairman title in the wake of months of criticism. Boeing grounded the entire fleet of jets. Let's call seven three seven Max. Following two deadly crashes one late last year and one in March of Twenty nineteen today for the first time we hear. From the new chairman of Boeing Blackstone. Executive Dave Calhoun. I caught up with my colleague film about Polo. Thank you Why don't you introduce yourself? I am Filipo. I cover aviation listen and the airlines for CNBC. And I've been doing it for twenty years. How long have you been covering the Boeing Company? Twenty Years Twenty years of watching this company company grow Go through some challenging times and this is clearly the most challenging time. They've gone through so. Tell me about that. The last eight months the headlines for Boeing have been really grim. Well anytime you have a plane crash. It's bad news and I know that's maybe we'll be listening to the same well Duh. Of course it's bad news but it's not just that there was a plane crash It was two of them very short period of time between them that led to the grounding of the seven thirty seven Max and had to put this into some perspective for people the seven thirty seven is the bread and butter for this company It is the cash flow generator. And so when you are effectively effectively saying we're not delivering any of these. You're cutting off. The cash pipeline for Boeing Commercial Airplanes It is a massively important story. Sorry one that everybody has a feeling about it. emotionally Whether they're in the industry or if it's somebody who who flies only occasionally people have A real concern about whether or not these planes which are so popular Are they safe. Will they be safe in the future so today on the show we had David Calhoun. Who is the new non-executive Chairman of Boeing directors? But I but very active. It's pretty clear from his interviewees active. Tell me about the scope of Calhoun job now. And what makes him qualified to lead Boeing during chapter. He's been on the board since two thousand nine and he also has a history going back to his time with GE when he was CEO of Ge Infrastructure Working Ge jet engines He's familiar with the aviation the airline business and he's also familiar with the challenges that go along with running a a large industrial. Austria company like Boeing and essentially. Now that he is non executive chairman that title used to belong to Dennis Muilenburg. And the Board has said. We're going to split your titled. Dennis is going to be. CEO Run day to day activities. The broader questions for the company vision where they're going so forth. That will go to Dave Calhoun L.. Who and when we talked to Dave Calhoun he made it very clear? We want Dennis Muilenburg to focus on getting the Max back in service that is that is the main job really the only job that matters right now for him. I'm sure he's doing some other things as well. I mean it's not like he's in a vacuum But the Max is all encompassing right now. Why why is he speaking out now a month? After kind of taking the reins of Boeing. Will I think the narrative got away from them last week. When Dennis Momberg was on Capitol Hill It was a brutal brutal couple of days. I mean you had senators and representatives outright saying you have no business being CEO. You have no business getting the compensation in that you get. If you had any decency you would step down. You would do more than simply say we're working on this. Is Anybody at Boeing taking a cut or working for free to try to rectify this problem. Like the Japanese do congressman. My board conduct a comprehensive review. That so you're saying you're not giving giving up any compensation at all your continue to work and make thirty million dollars a year after this horrific two accidents that caused all these people's relatives took go to disappear to die. You're not taking a cut in pay. It all began. Our board will make those terminate. You're not accountable. Then you're saying the boards accountable. I went in Quebec. And kind of underlying Steve Cohen of Tennessee. In the second day of my Lindbergh's yeah in front of the House. We talked with them afterwards in the hallway. I mean he's disgusted rested instead. I'm disgusted at at this entire situation here and that he is getting paid what he's getting paid. Which is roughly twenty three million dollars last year so it was wild because Representative Cohen was asking question? Are you taking a pay cut. Is Somebody going to take some financial responsibility for this and mullet Bergara sort of during the headlights. Absolutely and You could fault Boeing for not being better prepared for that question. Look I've covered enough of these over the years on Capitol Hill when a CEO goes in front of a committee especially Leanna safety related matter. I mean that is almost a guaranteed question. Look if you would fault Boeing for anything last week. It's the fact that they didn't anticipate that. This question streams coming because they could've nipped in the bud much quicker by having Dennis Muilenburg even in his opening remarks say I understand what's going on. I understand that I shouldn't be getting the compensation or at least all of the compensation That I received last year That would've short-circuited a lot of this discussion. Instead he said Ed That's not for me. That's for the board decide really came off looking very poor for the company and for him to stand by Joe Three to one his mic. It's it's time for our newsmaker. The morning Boeing Chairman Dave Calhoun the Dow component is you know separated at CEO and chairman roles amid the seven thirty seven Max crisis naming. Calhoun Muniz chairman on October eleventh. Relatively quiet since then in terms of on camera interviews this morning. He's speaking out in a squawk box exclusive. Dave joins us now with their own Philibeaux. Oh global headquarters Phil Good Morning. Good Morning Mr Galvin. Who Good Morning Joe? Joe And I know you guys have a number of questions for Dave and Dave. Let's let's begin first off if you and I were talking before you came out here. Big Question right off. The Bat is about the compensation for Dennis Muilenburg. This came up on Capitol Hill. You have some news regarding and how that's going to be changing correct. Yeah I do of course it was sort of obvious to everyone that was uncomfortable question for Dennis. Dennis doesn't like to speak in behalf behalf of board activities anyway. Dennis called me Saturday morning at ten o'clock with the purpose of suggesting that he Not Take any compensation for two thousand nineteen as in the form of bonuses which is of course most of your compensation it

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The History of the Heimlich Maneuver

American Innovations

05:21 min | 2 years ago

The History of the Heimlich Maneuver

"It's nineteen attack. Actor hogan's interest. It's peaked which restaurant steakhouse downtown. You just collapsed at the table mid bite the maitre d tried to revive him but no luck the m._t._v.'s lift the body onto the examination table doctor turns on the light. How much would you gentleman like to bet that this man did not die of a heart attack. The e._m._t.'s exchanged looks all the signs point to a heart attack. Everyone who witnessed what happened at the restaurant described how did such heart attacks restaurants are frequent occurrences. <hes> a dollar you're on dr hogan opens the man's mouth he flicks on his small pen light and peers inside just as i thought with a pair of tweezers he reaches into the man's airway and removes a large piece of steak. He holds it up so the e._m._t.'s can get a good look this man didn't i have a heart attack at all died of his fixation you two dollar. Dr hogan wasn't a psychic. This was the ninth death from choking on food. You'd seen steak was the most common culprit but he'd seen lobster ham skippered herring and hamburger too and every time when the body had brought in he'd been told they died of a heart attack at a restaurant these choking deaths have become so common he come up with a nickname for the cafe coronaries coronaries. Dr haugen knew that if he had seen nine depths by himself in the mess was a larger scale problem in fact clues. Two four thousand people were dying choking every year in the united states. It was the sixth most common accidental death in the country and the most common common cause for children under one heartbreaking part was that this seemed like a solvable problem if the airway could be cleared then these people would resume breathing and live live at the time there was no widely known method for how to do so dr hogan couldn't bear to see any more of these preventable deaths. He published an article in the journal of the american medical association one of the leading medical publications describing the stats in it he implored doctors to take the choking condemn seriously and vote time and effort to come up with the solution six years later in nineteen sixty nine. The medical community's muniz still hadn't made much progress on the choking problem. That's when dr henry heimlich the newly named director of surgery at cincinnati jewish hospital cont wind of the issue from an article in the new york times. The public now alerted to the danger was growing impatient. I was shocked. I hi how widespread the problem was as well as how little time there was to act within four minutes. A choking victim can die or suffer permanent brain damage. Hi mike was immediately struck by the article. Choking was exactly the type of problem he was looking to solve. I'm like got his first taste. Rush had saving a life when he was twenty years old when he rescued a man from a derailed train the act ernomous spot on the front page of the new york times and a gold watch that memory stood in stark contrast to heimlich stay job. I'm like trained as a thoracic surgeon at cornell medical school but found surgery to be frustratingly slow method of saving lives by its nature surgery only saved one life at a time. I'm like wanted to do more than that and faster the only way to have the impact he craved was to develop procedures and treatments that could be applied to large urge populations and so he directed his early career toward inventing methods to solve wide-scale problems to treat an eye infection at blinded minded soldiers during world war two ground antibiotics into shaving cream also invented a portable valve that soldiers could carry to drain blood and air from chest. I wounds without letting air back in later. He developed a surgical technique to restore people's ability to swallow these inventions could save thousands of people apple but heimlich wanted to save lives on an even bigger scale solving the choking problem was especially appealing to heimlich it centered on a part of the body he knew well as rasic surgeon much of his previous work involve the asakusa. He also believed that like dreaming chest wounds choking was a problem mm-hmm. The required is simple solution with only four minutes to restore air to a victim. There was no time to wait for a train professional to arrive whatever came up with it had to be easy enough for anyone to perform at a moment's notice

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‘Malcolm in the Middle’ star Frankie Muniz 5-story brownstone destroyed by cat

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:42 min | 2 years ago

‘Malcolm in the Middle’ star Frankie Muniz 5-story brownstone destroyed by cat

"Frankie Muniz. He recently tweeted that he had gone to his uncle's funeral and France he'd been traveling for more than forty hours. And then when he arrived home, he found that four of his five story Brownstone home for the five stories of his Brownstone home are under three feet of water, everything he owned was destroyed. Now, you might be like, Jamie. Why would you be mad? It's because he said all because my cat accidentally turned on a sink a few days ago. While we were gone a couple of things one. You can't leave your you can leave your cat in your house while you're gone to France. You just can't Lund, Jamie. You can't leave your cat in your five story Brownstone. Do you feel like this whole story? Was you could tell me as a five-storey -actly? Right. Like, I haven't acted in a minute. But I do have a big old house like from sex in the city, and I don't like that. He said my cat accidentally did it. We know cats. Don't accidents do anything they are evil incarnate. They're waiting to choke out your breath at night when you sleep that cat wanted that house to go down in a flood. And guess what it did? So that's on y'all. That's on all y'all for do that don't leave your cat at home for five day. Am I don't understand that one can go to France willy nilly and leave a live animal in your five story Brownstone, and no one no one goes to check on it. There's no assistant. There's no cousin. There's a house sitter. There's no you can't. Have an assistant if you don't act, and you gotta have the you pay overpaid. Like, he probably could only afford to those stories in reality. So he bought five stories, which means you can't afford innocent. Like, this me,

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"muniz" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Yeah. Like really nothing else to say nothing about him beat like that was something that he'd apple. I I I googled there was a Hobo Johnson type beat is the name of this video. So also, this kind of when you just performed that beautiful thing that is like slam poetry set to music very much though. I mean, whoa. Felt very not quite as thoughtful slam poetry. Randa outta would agree to disagree. He I I'm in Larry's corner. I do the more. I think about it. And the more I watch it like it is sort of. It's unique. It's unique. Whereas it is and it's strange, but you got that like he's got that like norm core look about him. And I think that the teens he's like jewel came to life. I agree. But I do feel like you have to as a person older than thirty. We both have to like fight all are like internal instincts to like fish push ourselves in the like, listen and appreciate something. Like this. Do you know what I mean? No. I know what you mean. And I. It's taken months for me to do that. It's like an understanding. It's like a complacency. They're like I am going to like put myself in a place where I can like maybe think that this is good or figure out. What is good? I know what you just wrote masterpiece. It's called Miranda. I got it. Let's move on. So this is this is sad. But it's funny. And it is who behavior in it's not it's sad of who hater. I mean. He's making it. He's trying to make it seem. So I feel like he's on me fine. So this this is the headline. Let's read the headline Frankie Muniz reveals what did he reveal home flooded while he was at funeral because his Catt turned on faucet. This isn't people on Sunday. Yes, I'm sad. Because of the funeral shirt like that is sad. But like Frankie Muniz being like my home flooded because my cat turned on my faucet. So he tweeted I arrived home from uncle spin role to find four of my five story Brownstone home under three feet of water. I guess that means four stories we're under three which sounds like it was the full up to the fourth floor as what I I thought. But that doesn't mean sounds like that am possible. Why you can't you can't get three feet of water on four other stories. You can only get three feet of water on the body. We don't need to fact check his story. Anyway, he says everything I own destroyed every wall piece of artwork personal photos furniture, all because my cat accidentally turned on a sink a few days ago, while we were gone also how long did he lied that cat alone? Frankie, get a cat sitter. I'm devastated and exhausted from tough week with the loss of my uncle skip forty five hours to and from France to walk in and find this disaster. I've cried more yesterday and today than my whole life combined. Forgive me for venting. I just need some see now I feel bad for saying. Except that it's sad. That is sad. It's sad is oh we tweeted this and immediately after we tweet it some hooligan like immediately. This just like didn't this happen. Too. Busy Phillips and the busy Philps response. Yes. It did. But it wasn't a funeral. Then I found that we in its. In August of two thousand seventeen busy tweeted, Mike, Catt turned on a faucet and flooded. My downstairs closet today, which proves either mercury's and retrograde or in Israel, or they are assholes, which is you know, I didn't know the cats could do this..

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Frankie Muniz's cat ruins his 5-story brownstone

Who? Weekly

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Frankie Muniz's cat ruins his 5-story brownstone

"Which proves either mercury's and retrograde or in Israel, or they are assholes, which is you know, I didn't know the cats could do this.

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Condoleezza Rice says she won't be head coach of the Cleveland Browns

Joel Riley

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Condoleezza Rice says she won't be head coach of the Cleveland Browns

"Of some communities along the us Mexico border, November eighteen of twenty seventeen border patrol agent. Rogelio Martinez found fatally injured in a culvert near Van Horn, Texas to this day. No one yet knows how he died. The sheriff of Barron county Wisconsin calling for the state's four hundred thousand deer hunters to keep an eye out for anything suspicious over the week long gun hunting season. He's hoping a hunter may find evidence related to the disappearance of thirteen year old Jamie Kloss who went missing after her parents were found shot dead October. Fifteen tips have slowed to about twenty five day that was compared with hundreds of tips received the days following her disappearance fantastic beasts to top the box office over the weekend. And I don't know if insurance is buying this or not, but you remember Malcolm in the middle of the little dude, Frankie Muniz the star. Well, he says he was away. For the weekend. And somehow his Catt turned on a faucet and flooded his own so. Smart cat. Or what? But the house is flooded. And he blamed the cat period end of story through

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CNN's Jim Acosta has White House press badge revoked

The Ray Lucia Show

51:18 min | 2 years ago

CNN's Jim Acosta has White House press badge revoked

"The White House has suspended the right house pass of CNN's Jim Acosta, accusing him of harming an intern who was trying to grab his microwave during a contentious exchange with President Trump accuster responded on. CNN but didn't put my hands on her or touch her as they're alleging. And it's just unfortunate that the the White House is saying this, you know, we all try to be professionals over there. And I think I handled myself professionally in a statement CNN said White House spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders. Right. They said the White House revoked a Costa's press pass in retaliation for his challenging questions during the conference. Jury selection has wrapped up in the New York trial of Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The jury of seven women and five men are to hear opening statements next Tuesday, the notoriety of the case has prompted extra security measures that include keeping all of the jurors anonymous. You're listening to USA radio news. 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Boy, the headline stocks set Bal another ten percent before finding a bottom. According to the piper Jaffray technician. Stocks due for a recession and a tumble CNBC's are cash. Stating that every decade since the eighteen fifties in the US has had a recession. We haven't had one yet. So it's gonna happen. My advice, you do not obsess over fear of recessions. Wayne, why also last hour I was discussing the seven-year asset class return forecasts by none other than GMO. Jeremy Grantham, the G in GMO also wanna talk about the market what's happening with the market right now because you know, we went from record highs. Everybody's now concerned that we're in the midst of a bear market, which is true, by the way for a lot of the SNP stocks down twenty percent from their high. But I'll get a chance to talk about that. But I wanna start today with the piper Jaffray prognostication. Just over a month ago, the standard and Poor's five hundred. Was setting record highs. According to leave now more than seventy percent of the indexes components isn't a correction or worse. With some high profile names like Twitter, Caterpillar, Ford and AMD deep in bear market territory. So what are you going to do about it? I mean this. This is really amazing to me because people will come out and say, yes, we're the stocks could fall another ten percent. But they sure as h won't tell you when because they don't know. And so what if they do? Another ten percent. When when you're up four hundred percents since the bottom back in March of two thousand and nine what the heck's ten percent. And will we recover along? We'll take for us to recover from another ten percent fall six months a year. I don't know. I do know this that obsessing about recessions, and so forth is not a good thing. You can go a long time without a recession. But art Cashin very highly respected person on Wall Street says that every decade since eighteen fifty we've had one. And since the great recession ended in two thousand nine. Obviously means we haven't had one this decade. But in reality. You can go a lot of years without having a recession. Australia hasn't had one since one thousand nine hundred ninety one according to Ben Carlson. Who's a researcher? And does this kind of research? Could we not? The entering into a period of time where we're not gonna have a recession. I find it highly unlikely to be honest with you in the near term. I don't know anything about the long-term. But I look at the economic numbers right now. An absent some squirrelly stuff with trades and so forth. That you have to hope that the president figures out a way to worm his way out of the pickle. He's gotten him with China now with Russia nuclear treaty and all that stuff. But but so far this dude is figured out. How to do that stuff? He's got the strangest way to negotiate, but it's it's pretty darn effective. So assuming he does and a lot of these companies that are freaking out like, Caterpillar and so forth. Because of tariffs with China at cetera et cetera. That too shall pass. No one ever said making money in the stock market was easy. No one ever said that it was easy. And it's not. But over a long time period you look at the charts. I mean, I'm not charter, it's okay. I hate looking at charts. I think it's a waste of time to look at charts unless you're looking at one like the past thirty or forty years and just put your finger at where it started thirty or forty years ago and put your finger where the other finger from the other hand, I should say where it is today. And you will see a nice line that goes from the bottom left to the top, right? That's what the stock market has done, historically. In between times. There have been some pretty wicked selloffs. I mean, pretty darn wicked selloffs we've had some pretty wicked ones over the last several years as a matter of fact. Since the market bottomed in early two thousand and nine. There have been corrections of minus sixteen percent minus nineteen point four percent. Minus twelve point four percent minus thirteen point three percent. And mine is ten point two percent. That's in the standard and Poor's five hundred and I can assure you every single time. The pundits came out of the woodwork said. Yep. It's over now. Harry dent probably said, Yep. This is the precursor to Dau three thousand. Which he has actually said in the past that the Dow was going to crash the three thousand and instead of crashing to three thousand it's stored the twenty five thousand. I mean. He's a smart guy. No question about it. He's from Harvard, and he's not the only one by the way. I saw Ron Paul the other day on some TV commercial, and he's expecting a whole world to go to heck and a Handbasket and many many many others. But let me repeat since two thousand nine we've seen the market, correct? By sixteen percent. Nineteen percent. Twelve percent thirteen percent and ten percent. So when I read about piper Jaffray prognostication that we're gonna fall another ten. Oh cares. Who cares? If you were smart enough to get out, and then doubly smart to know when to get back in then perhaps you would care, but I don't. All right, shifting gears to the market as I said, Jeremy Grantham produces his seven-year asset class real return forecasts and as of September thirty two thousand eighteen. Here's what he had to say. Now when I say real return that means after inflation. After inflation. US large-cap stocks after inflation. Minus five point two percent per year. For the next seven years. That doesn't look good. Now, I have to also tell you that Mr. Grantham has also been wrong small-cap, stocks, minus two. High quality stocks minus five. Large companies international minus point five small international companies, minus point four emerging markets. Plus three point two percent. So after inflation. Three point two percent. Which means a nominal return about five and a half percent. That's the best. You can do. According to grant them bonds. Don't look any better. US bonds flat for the next seven years. International bonds down minus one point eight emerging market bonds up two point two percent. Cash up one percent. So check this out the emerging markets have how do I say this? Really been sucking fair and wind lately. He had according to Grantham. That's where you should put your money. I'm not suggesting that you do. I am suggesting that your ten to fifteen percent or whatever you've allocated to the emerging markets stock and bond markets, you hang onto even though the emerging market stocks have been. But I'm also suggesting these stay the course with your plan when we come back. We'll talk more about the market where it's been and where it is year to date where it might be going and some ways to build wealth outside of the stock market. Jeremy Grantham is correct around. 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But emerging markets are the only ones. That actually are above water three point two percent. And on the bond side. It looks equally as dismal. International bonds down minus one point eight percent. Emerging market debt up two point two percent. So it's just not looking all that hot. I'm gonna talk about some alternatives here in just a moment. But I thought that I would refresh everyone's memory on where we are year to date. In terms of the market performance. And this could change. Any moment because Marcus have been pretty volatile lately, haven't they? The Dow's up three point seven two percent. The NASDAQ is up seven point seven four percent. The Russell small cap index is flat point three eight percent. And the standard and Poor's five hundred is up four point zero nine percent. Now, if you've got an adviser, and they're charging fees. You're going to have to subtract that that's just from the index itself. Now bonds have been in the tank this year. And I wanna talk about this a little bit later, hopefully an opportunity to do that. But core US bonds are down minus two point four one percent. Long core bonds minus six point four four percent year to date. People buy bonds because they're supposed to be safe. But in a rising interest rate environment and can be nasty corporate bonds. Minus three point three two percent long corporate bonds. Minus six point five five percent. Government bonds, the safest of all. Minus two point two one percent. Intermediate minus one point five eight percent. Long minus six point three five percent. Make alone that the government this year. A long term loan twenty thirty years. You lost six percent mortgage. Bonds minus one point seven seven tips treasury inflation protected securities, minus two point six percent. Knowing that really looks okay and the bond world high yields are up one point six percent. And T-Bills cash basically one point four one percent. So where do you go to build wealth in a market like this? Well, number one is you do not. Bail on your stock market portfolio. But as I have mentioned for years and years and years looking at alternatives to the stock market can make some sense. And alternatives to the bond market as well. Alternatives to the bond market. Could be other forms of debt private debt and so forth. And you gotta look hard for this stuff. You need a very very good financial adviser. You don't have to look quite as hard in the insurance world because insurance companies compete favorably with bonds with certain annuities. We talked yesterday about multi-year, guaranteed annuity contracts. They compete with CDs virtually no risk if you hold until the end and you'll get a better rate of return from most companies, then you'll get from treasuries. Fixed annuities index to new itys variable annuities with guaranteed minimum withdrawal benefits, locking in some kind of a guaranteed income stream in the event the whole world collapses. Those are great ways for you to diversify away from the stock market, but still have the benefits of the stock market. If things do well if they don't do. Well, you're still okay because you locked in a guaranteed income stream for the rest of your life, which will probably translate into a bond like asset, and depending on how long you live. It could be a dog on good bond. But more importantly, it gives you the ability to wait out the storm in the stock market. So what are some of these fresh alternatives to the stock market? Well, we've talked about rental properties and vacation homes. A lot on this show. And there was a company now I forget their name. It'll come to me that evaluated. A lot of these different strategies in terms of how much orders yield street. How much it costs and how hard is it to do? So rental properties, the drop in home ownership rates is obviously led to a rental, boom. But you've got to be very very careful here because some markets you could lose your shorts in. So here's what they said about rental property and vacation homes. The setup is hard. It is got to do your homework time commitment is high. Money required, medium, twenty to one hundred thousand bucks, and the research is on you. Then they went to commercial property. You got to put a lot of money into this money required. Two hundred and fifty thousand time commitment medium setup again hard. Franchises like a subway or Dunkin donuts and all that you can earn ten percent. But it's very very difficult to make that work for you, unless you're the person behind the counter, and even then you're not going to get rich. Now, if you own twenty six Dunkin donuts or Jack in the boxes, you can make a fortune if they all work, but they're not all going to work perfectly. But your time commitment is high. The setup is hard the money required. Big fifty grand for the little Mickey Mouse franchises. And even Dan if you hired a manager you still got to watch over them. If you put fifty grand down, and he made ten percent five thousand bucks a year. I don't know if it's worth the risk. There's peer to peer lending this actually pretty easy to do. Go online, and you can get pretty decent rates of return. Anyway. Some alternatives at least to the stock market. I wouldn't get too crazy here big allocating some of your money to alternatives wise move. My preference is to find a fund that does these types of alternatives for you be willing to pay a fee, and let them do all the hard work. So you can sit back and go to Dunkin donuts. Have a Cup of coffee in about eighteen hundred calories. We'll be back. 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You just have to understand them and understand the role that they play in your portfolio. I mean in an ideal world. You'd figure out how much money you want to spend from your portfolio each year and ladder out some reasonably safe bonds and every year when the bond matures. You'd have the money go spend it and everything's cool. But as we discussed the other day. Most small investors get hosed when they do that. Because of the bid ask spreads and so forth. And you never really know what you're getting until you got it. So hence the bond fund over the years has come to fruition. And for the most part, they're pretty efficient way to buy bonds. In particular, if you're reinvesting all of the dividends, and you have them there for some form of safety. It's not what I would recommend you do with one hundred percent of your fixed income portfolio. But the question I get more than any other one on bonds is why do bond funds lose money. When interest rates are going up. I'm buying them for safety of principle. Well, we haven't had the deal with that much over the past decade or so because interest rates really past thirty years or so because interest rates had been on the decline. So bonds didn't really lose. But so far this year. They're hitting the skids, pretty hard. Pretty hard. Two six percent, depending on what you own. So as I've mentioned many times before there's an inverse relationship between interest rates and bond prices. So as interest rates, go up the value goes down. Let me give you an obtuse example to make the point. Let's say you went to the Bank. And the Bank was paying five percent interest on a CD. So the bond that you went out and searched for at least earn the same five percent or the person go to the Bank. So let's say you decide to put a grand thousand bucks in a bond that pays five percent. So now, you're getting the same interest from the bond as you're getting in the Bank. Now, what would happen to your bond? If the Bank happened to raise interest rates from five percent to say ten percent. You already bought the bond. So you're sitting there earning five percent. But you know, you can walk across the street and get ten percent. In a CD. So if you wanted to sell the bond. Paid five percent you'd have to reduce your price. Because anybody that would buy that bond from you would obviously prefer to go to the Bank and get ten percent rather than paying you par value for the bond and earn five. So the bond that you originally bought for a thousand dollars that pays you fifty bucks a year in interest. Would have to be reduced in price to five hundred dollars. Because a ten percent interest rate on five hundred bucks produces a fifty dollar per year interest payment. So therefore, you would have to reduce the value of your bond by fifty percent. That's what happens in the bond market. Now interest rate Dongo from five to ten percent. But I think you get the point. Now the Federal Reserve. Held interest rates at near zero for almost eight years. So we have not experienced this kind of dilemma with bonds and bond funds in the recent past and with interest rates rising bonds tend to look more attractive from a yield standpoint. But if they continue to rise, the total return may not be nearly as attractive. We've talked about alternatives. Many many times before. One alternative is to hire a bond manager that can go anywhere. Remember, I said before that high yields we're actually up so far this year not much but nonetheless up long bonds were down substantially. And most financial planners. Not me. Recommend allocating forty percent bonds. I didn't do it. When I was practicing and interest rates are on the decline and bonds were great performers. Because I always knew that at some point interest rates would change and people wouldn't understand why the safety portion of their portfolio was losing money. That is not to say, I wouldn't have some money allocated demands are just wouldn't do almost fifty percent of the portfolio. Especially when I can find alternatives like fixed annuities and fixed indexed annuities that produce returns that are very similar if not better. Especially when the stock market's doing well, but I wouldn't abandon them. But some people think well, wait a minute. Maybe my bond fund manager is asleep at the switch here. So maybe they are. But the problem with some bond fund managers is. What they're hired to do is by let's say government bonds. It's the government bond fund. So they can't switch to high yield. Because that's not doesn't have the same risk profile. So many times even if the manager frankly wants to go to cash or do something else. They don't want to let let the cat out of the bag here. They're in the business of managing money Abban managers in the business of managing money. Just like a stock managers in the business of managing money. And they don't want to not buy government bonds if their strategy is to buy government bonds, even when they perhaps think the buying government bonds not so hot. So rather than by a single purpose bond fund. You can buy a bond fund where you trust that the money manager will try to go to the right place to find the right bonds. I'm not suggesting they'll do better or worse. I'm just suggesting that they have more flexibility. I mentioned other alternatives fixed index the newest he's why are interest rates going up interest rates are going up because there's a fear of inflation not necessarily inflation. But a fear of inflation. And the unemployment rate is going down and wages are going up. And that bodes well for stocks. It does bode well for stocks. So if you have interest in a quote bond like an annuity, and the interest was calculated based on how well the standard and Poor's five hundred or some other stock index did. And there was no possibility of a loss. Why wouldn't you take some of the bond portfolio and put it there? I don't know it makes sense to me. Hi, did it to the tune of millions and millions of dollars for clients back in the day. And they never got angry because they never lost money. Now, they didn't make much either. There are making fourteen percent. When interest rates went down two hundred basis points on their bond fund, but they didn't lose six percent on a long year long bond year to date, and if you looked at the performance over a five six seven years, and in fact, there's academic studies on all this stuff. You'd find that their performance has been very competitive with bonds, and in some instances even competitive with stocks, although I would never ever buy. It has a stock market alternative. But if you want something that's safe, then has an underlying guarantees. You can also slip in one of those guaranteed income benefits. If you prefer that. And they're priced earn three to five percents. 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It didn't get to everything. I wanted to get to today, but I do get to a couple of emails here. We'll start with Allen. Alan. Says right loved the show. I'm self employed. It looks like I'll have about fifty K leftover this year. How can I say some taxes? I take eight K per month out as income, pardon me. Well, self-employed probably means you are unincorporated. I might be thinking about a corporation. Probably not for this year. All though depends on how much money you're gonna earn between now and the end of the year. Because what you may be able to do. Is incorporate? As of mid November or something like that. And then not take any income out of the company until after the first of the year that way any money that you would earn the balance of this year, the corporation would earn and not you wouldn't show up on your tax return until next year. And you'd be able to do something. That could shelter that money between now and then. So really? That that tactic. 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"Neil. Muniz with the BBC news. Tens of thousands of island as a new county Dona in the French Pacific have been voting and whether their territory should remain an integral part of FRANZ, the French High Commissioner reported that turnout midway through polling day was forty two percent. The referendum was fast envisaged thirty years ago as part of an agreement between indigenous separatists and the government in Paris. Our correspondent in Sydney full Massar is following developments. The French president Emmanuel Macron was in New Caledonia earlier this year, he acknowledged the pain of colonization and said that France would be less beautiful without you Canada near it is safe to say that it is strategically important for France to have that sort of presence in the South Pacific. There is a concern that China's rising influence in the South Pacific needs the sort of offset if you like of French Australian New Zealand and British. Intrests a Saudi prince arrested for criticising a crackdown on corruption is reported to have been freed from detention prince Khalid bin Talal, lose nephew of king. Solomon members of his family shared pictures on social media purportedly taken this weekend showing the prince greeting his relatives prince Khalid's brother Prince Alwaleed was among dozens of senior government figures and business leaders who were arrested on suspicion of corruption and held at a hotel in Riyadh. Analysts suggested the operation was part of road. Power. Grab by Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, the former US President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump on criss crossing the country in the last weekend of campaigning before midterm congressional elections. They're trying to energize electorates to boost turnout in Florida. President Trump received loud cheers at a rally when he referred to the troops. He sends to America's southern Buddha. His brita. Assessor Barack Obama wound. The character of America was at stake on Tuesday. You can vote for politics. That's decent. Politics..

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HAL-like robot to help astronaut in space odyssey

Todd and Don

01:53 min | 3 years ago

HAL-like robot to help astronaut in space odyssey

"The next two weeks however ran new remains bullish on the long term investment at bitcoin and suggested the investors consider neo cardis eight a crypto currency people are out there at one point it was up to nineteen thousand five hundred so it seems extremely unstable but at least i don't understand any of it now you go yeah now for the first time a robot with true artificial intelligence is about to invade space the round head of a robot named simon is part of spacex his latest delivery to the international space station liftoff is set for this morning from cape canaveral florida don't worry about running amok on the space station simon's human handlers promised the robot will behave no muniz takeovers like hal from the nineteen sixty eight film classic two thousand one space odyssey does hello i'm sorry i'm afraid i can't do that german astronaut alexander gersh will introduce simon to space life the selfpropelling simon will float at girth side and help one asked with research procedures by the way like david hal they'll converse in english now tom reghati fox news tech news the california supreme court tells gun makers to do something that's not even technically possible yet there's a california law that says gun manufacturers are required to have new models of semi automatic handguns imprint bullets with identifying micro stamps so police can use the bullet casings with those stamps to track weapons that technology doesn't exist yet so gun rights advocates sued to get the law and tossed out but the california supreme court says state laws can't be invalidated on the grounds that complying with them is impossible the san francisco chronicle quoting one gun control advocate is saying the ruling willing courage gun makers to come up with new technology till nato fox news all right there you go you're up.

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"muniz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Prollo dot com so let's talk about a couple of other conditions for in the knee that are that are that will respond well to prolotherapy one is we'll talk about a meniscus hair and there's a couple of different types of municipal hair one is a traumatic terror and that's that can be seen in a younger patient but usually when me muniz when a meniscus tear occurs beyond the age of forty it's usually part of the jenner processor near thrice in general and so the knee the meniscus tear may show up an mri but so will some arthritic changes and for those types of situations there one option is arthritis copy where they go and clean out the knee but i don't recommend that if you can try something like prolotherapy i and the reason is because the cleaning out of the the sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't but it certainly doesn't seem to me to be a good idea to be when cleaning it out means not just socalled repairing it but taking out tissue so you're removing the generative tissue you removing some degenerated tissue such as the meniscus the torn pieces of the meniscus and you're leaving the patient with less tissue in their knee and so the there have been studies that are and it's controversial but does doing surgery for meniscus tear progress arthritis in the knee and it seems to me that whatever side of the.

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"muniz" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on RobinLynne

"And the holiest kema bone them and this two pre water for god the bleeding on jesus christ the believing the chart and believing god has given the holy spirit if goal into the worst one man at twenty eight ninety go therefore and make disciples of all nations them in the name of the flow of of the holy spirit my fellow brothers and sisters may the nation's might slight both jesus was asking his disciples the disciples who change their life before receiving spirits and life after seeming always was two different life of seve the whole is now the source of power has been there now but source of gingy the life of people in their life changed people now have four the plan and god no you know my very seaming the holy spirit and now they have the power to change and god asking them to go to and make disciples couldn't be welcome disciples you've gross gross the nations no federal ministers and bishops solely in place is of a simple people simple life man who had this going to such areas goal is fan of guns nations the word of god is van but to thinner horthy goes to the spirit of the holy father no muniz taking of gore those nations very their lives but no feeling that they are going to be died thinking all to be from but they are taking the life with them shave others they are shave my brother than to have this tina trilogy is not completed the hallways i there is a father son only goes and then this treating combining the one save us become father dear brothers and sisters this holy strip has changed just totally has changed diverse disloyally has changed has changed many life and billions of people who's sitting in going to be shared by the holy spirit go into roman fly does to shame because god's love been into our hearth to spirits who has been given plus hallelujah this is very good the god has given given porting too hard to each other the holy sister lean has never seen me the belean our never ever meet me but this is commission of two different verse.

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"muniz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As well muniz have a really low default rate you know they have kind of an easy story they're very diverse they're seen as a safe haven from other asset classes and so they're they're also known for strong credit ratings and just kind of it's a way to get exposure to the us and sort of a different way so it's sort of a search for yield story the global search for yield as well as some degree of safety so they're backing off why are they backing off so they backed off for the first time since two thousand twelve and so it wasn't by a major amount it was just by about one billion in the first quarter which was the first quarterly decline since two thousand twelve and so one sort of phenomenon that's been hitting all us fixed income asset classes is the rising cost of currency hedging and so that's something that for unibond investors that are very focused on tax receipts and you know looking at different us credits like they're now having to grapple with this global phenom non which is just sort of like a you know it's a problem from becoming a more global asset land they've always pointed to foreign demand is kind of a bright spot so exactly so muniz are in this moment where they're seeing banks back off we saw bank holdings of muniz fall for the first time since two thousand nine insurance companies are becoming less active buyers and so those two factors have really big impacts on the muny market until foreign demand was always something that you know when i talk to portfolio managers that they would always sort of say well this is a really great thing that's happening and it's making our market more liquid and you know so now it's sorta doesn't last.

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"muniz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do what was actually really interesting to me is that when i showed my genome to some scientists they said you know you have to actually have an interesting mutation here in this one gene this is an agena raises your risk of disease it has actually extremely protective so i have a mutation that protects me from certain auto muniz eases and when i started to learn about what this mutation does and how to tamp down my immune system so it doesn't go out of control i discovered that scientists have been studying this mutation and and other people and i developed a drug based on the biology which has just gone on the market recently and is used for autoimmune diseases so so there's there's no end of of these sorts of things to to discover i can can now i can look to my parents and say you know there's a mutation i inherited from each of you on a gene called f te'o and you know that makes people on average a few pounds heavier so you know i i wish had given me the other one nobody they give you the great one the one that protects against auto immune disease that's true well one of them did i have one copy yeah it is i don't know which one personally to thank though you know a question in terms of heredity has always been like nature versus nurture look what potentials and problems are you born with gas their inherited through your jeans and what's going to shape you from the world around you the experiences you've had the environment you're brought up in the way your parents raised you and you say that line growing increasingly more blurry and that's in part because of our knowledge of genetics which is a whole new field about how parts of your genetics can actually be changed by the world around you would you explain the basic premise of epigenetics.

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"muniz" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on RobinLynne

"That scene life both of water one what they are just sitting coach what we do know what we do know and the holiest came abon them and breed the believing jesus christ the believing the and believing the song that god has given the holy spirit if goal into the once at twenty nine goal therefore decide all the nations them in the name of the flaw out of the holy spirit my brothers and sisters the nation's might dislike both jesus was asking his disciples the disciples who change their life before receiving the holy spirit seeming was different of leave the oil is now the out will has been their life now that solar of changing the life of people in their life change people now they have plan god harking now you are ready now maya my ready shaming the holy spirit and now they have this chain and got them to decide the five crawl across the nation's now are federal ministers boss bishops oh the in of the often people seem live off man who had this spin it of no going to such aid pockets of guns nations the word of god is van but this goes to this holy moly father that now muniz taking a goal dole nations their lives but feeling that they are going to be died they are thinking all to be from but they are taking the live with them others they are shave my brother than.

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"muniz" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

Monocle 24: The Big Interview

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview

"Making something that is not an imprint of my opinions. What I think you know is something that seriously rating an opportunity for people to create a situation. That's, I think this is what the most important thing I really shouldn't purvey messages. I should actually create vacuity something a little problem office realm. You so eloquently on just what it is their job consists of not so Brazilian artists mcneese based. Indeed, equally popular with critics and the public truly international name and a Man Who Wasn't born into art. This had the artistic somehow thrust upon him. Muniz maternal grandmother was an important influence on the young man trying to read right? Be good, but also be interesting, and it seems she shaped more than just a precocious streak and an ability to express himself as his will tell you his break and in New York City to be an artist of making adverts in Brazil happened in straight. Of Greek, mythical ways. After sculpture artists became fascinated with the documenting of these works and the photography of things both, obviously, artistic and maybe even better than the real thing. His current practice consist images made of a million other things, and his work is in public museums and private collections across the world. Vicks he so much for joining us today in a cold and snowy Paris. We'll go back to the beginning of your career in your life. It's been so very lived over the place, but she's such a mazing works. What about the last thing you made? What was the last thing that you consider a work that you finished being working on this series called versatile? For the last sixteen years, you know, been a set myself is really ridiculous. Ask of making axiom list, but for the realistic copies of the world's most famous painters. So I did the Mona, Lisa Sterry night. The muzzle Davino not to molest unanimous being working all over the world Eski museum to let me see the back of the painters, and then I make perfect copies of it. It's pretty crazy process because for the Melissa Francis, we worked with Louvre for like over a year and we had to buy. Three in the south of United States to get to be able to get the right would to cut it. You take it for forensic place is hard enough to figure out what went on with the front of a painting, but the when the artists finishes painting, you know that surfaces suppose- supposed to remain exactly how it is after varnished for millennia. The back of the painting, it suffers in the numbers amount of changes. So different conservation attitude. Some people think it should be like this thing should be like that if people seriously don't care about the back of an image, they just they drill holes in it. They put Staples, they ride to knit in these are like Motilal objects that deal like copying every single Mark and sort of the back of the tells the story. You know what happened to the painting, what he went through to actually survive the test of history and become relevant object. Also in the case of them on Eliza Francis expect with Tron IX the. Monitor gap that is be fixed in the eighteenth century with the butterfly joint. So if that gap widens somebody gets an SMS, the Mona Lisa has an IP address. So we actually worked with the guy who made the onyx for the on the in the SIM to make a perfect replica for us and working replica. So when we show this works just just leaning against the wall, it looks like an exhibition that hasn't been hung yet. Then we start looking at labels and by the clues you get just from look at the back, you realized, you know, you look at objects that shouldn't be in there. You know, turning against the wall. There's something about the portray of Dorian gray. The front of the painting is the man and they're painting in the attic is the back. There is something hang and tending a rich, maybe story in front of that painting. Well, yeah, the Dorian gray. It's actually a really amazed haven't thought of that, but it's a pretty good analogy. There's an aging part. You know the apart continuously evolving, which is the back I would actually extend the focus beyond the works and try to talk about what makes a big hanging museum, you know, and try to understand it from everything from like patronage, the curatorial practices and white. Why some works are hanging on Newseum walls instead of orders and you'll commenting on the kind of fetish is Asian of these images, right? Because you'll remaking these images as objects as kind of whatever or that other works by famous internationally famous artists such as yourself. They also kind of shy common-or-garden

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"muniz" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Be legal counsel so it's not like he's bringing in in like hacks railed any like these are people who also kind of have an ax to grind right not that have an accident but they're not these are just push over guys use our bureau who definitely stand for the rule of law right so from one perspective you know trump fired comey and all the people that colmey had working with him at the time with the fbi are now being replaced so it could look like okay well that just worked out for trump on the other hand the people who have replaced them are also people who are involved in the investigation and have proven themselves not to be you know pushovers them like in the bag for this is the thing the muniz memo is essentially like an oped like it's not even yes thorough lights cherry addict cherry picked information the democrats have their own memo as well but they will let them they don't want to let people see that right so that's but that's not being really right rather they they won't even they won't even vote on whether or not they want to release those of ammo as a separate thing from a k i mean it's not separate but yeah let's talk about the memo because there's you know you might have seen release the memo trending this big become a big right cause celebre uh so devon nunez who this is the guy who recused himself from the intelligence committee yet investigation right and he did that because at the time he was basically sharing information from the intelligence committee like stuff that was not supposed to be shared and that was supposed to be confidential he got out of a car in the middle of dc was just like i gotta go and like told the prison stopped the car got out of one car got into another car like used in a fucking spy movie and went immediately to the white house to just brief people on shit that he knew from the senate intelligence committee so like this guy is clearly compromise will and also like he used information he got from the white house to present to the white house right like just create a story ruddock what i've got and it's like when the figure that came from the white house.

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"muniz" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Turned Up

"You know you wanted to be like you wanted to be real music you went down like i don't know seal one day so rewind a little history about robert venable before i move the nashville i had a studio out in scottsdale arizona and a buddy of mine aaron and i started a i guess you call it a fake bands it was just we wanted to make music in push it for placement commercial placements alike damning did up winning some competitions and we're supposed to go on tour with hootie in the blowfish if that doesn't made me and then at that point we we started to make an actual ban we've got some other a couple of guys involved and then i moved out to nashville i was drumming for the band that we invented and some magic witchcraft arri happened online on the interweb 's and suddenly frankie muniz gets a phone call about playing drums or something like that tweeter phone call and you got involved no it was back in the in the mice space days the glass copiers my space but erin actually i had posted a like a video of me playing drums on my facebook page they just like a quick little fortysecond video nothing crazy and you any wrote like a commentary wrote the on the hey is like you know i see play drawn you live in phoenix like he's a check out check out my music at the ban like if you ever want to jam you know the book we'll come jam be fun and i wrote back into the i don't wanna jam i want to be in the day.

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"muniz" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Turned Up

"That was weird and my dad was video camera i found the video in christmas videos in their frankie playing drums anyway frankie is on the show thank you so much for being here thanks for having me let's start with taking you back acting career this is i guess how you got your claim to fame amy and golden globe award nominated actor as well as i know you've won a handful of nickelodeon kids choice awards which i think i voted for i was just just about about to to say say i knew i voted for trump a man it okay wait year when was this this would have been man over a decade ago when we are you doing malcolm in the middle stuff malcolm middle started in 1999 in iran until two thousand six seven years you know what i guess that makes you eur fourteen to twenty twenty one um you know he's my life and obviously gave me such an incredible opportunity to do i'm amazing other things i wanted to do and i don't is it was fun and then from there from acting in and he's done still owns a whole bunch of stones the whole discuss graffiti i'm just google frankie muniz and you'll see a list than scroll for days various parts are voice acting on you how did you go from that to car racing i mean i i've always been a fan of racing wages in general i go the fate of cars like you know he's the guy who on my 16th birthday was waiting for the deemed outside of the dmv waiting to open bullets.

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"muniz" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Something something broke in in my cold heart what's the sorting you were like a little tired liking exhausted like this is this is exactly what i want to see i just wanna see frankie muniz during a beautiful dance with a beautiful woman um it's offer every day it's funny but it's also like i felt the same way like i was just like frankie muniz you deserve ivor he deserves to her dresses so pretty i was just like really inspire would have scored this i would have scored this higher so what i'm saying noticed or those a million out of million yeah and it was in like the cheese years like i'm not really a big edge sheeran fan but i was just like this works like it's just like but i hadn't heard this ed sheeran's i'm before by it it was still really have is i don't know if i have heard this insurance i may also on the same to me yes mr sorry ed home anyway onto something less inspiring down another charles ted i think this is where i definitely got the cringe worthy charleston vibes that i usually get so this was dru sky and emma taught you know doing their two dances for the weeks and so first on halloween night they sort of got the theme of the corpse bride um they danced through to one of the songs from the corpse ride which is like a you know really great soundtrack if you've never heard it danielle fman um you know but they got it to a charleston which sort of worked i thought with the with the music and by drew just could not perform a charleston in my opinion he i just didn't thought i didn't like it nope mia not into hilmi neither i mean i have just like kinda amazed that drew is still here honestly yeah like he's he could be worse sleep definitely could be worse by i just have so shocked because he is he slips up a lot yeah he they mistake they make m they make mistakes ally.

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"muniz" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Frankie muniz as to where of joy because i'm not even an instinct a die hard bs ear but what i love about joey fatone is that he's like free he's amazing yeah well he's the he's so chill and he doesn't care about the feud or anything he'll like he was in this silly backstreet boys western movie and because he like he's so i'm joey fatone about everything which is great yeah joey fatone did local pittsburgh professional theater for a while so have seen him and it is he good easy secretly amazing he's fine he wasn't ever really like the lead and what i i saw him as like the welfare all character in the producers franz leap gin and to like a couple other things but yeah he did like a bunch of like pittsburgh professional shown saw if i were pittsburgh community theater i would guess that on it wasn't it wasn't unity theater theater i would cast joe if it how did just to see what would happen here he's fine great i love him he's definitely somebody is like fun to see his face on the show eliasi this is how much we have to say about drew sky talk about deandre by he's fun to see with emma and like i love scene amadou like acting too because you see her like accent come out and she's very like harsh in or on the edges and it's really funny and i guess.

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"muniz" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"And a yeah was it's go back and forth was was great and on us some of the hotels of a a beat down soi just had to one of my friends this route brimming with him in a place they're baby is notch he said state is pad in uh you know where where he lives limerick this thing here you're liz they did so we news articles about jonty room and everything seems like a gorgeous house on her mind a ruined this episode thereshe podcast is also brought to you by me undies there's a recent we've been telling you about me on this for months now with their simply the softest most comfortable underwear you'll ever where once you try them on you won't wanna wear anything else a lesser naked or in a swimsuit at still see me on supporter for every other second your life there's me on these repair miandi sust revoking every permiandc sustainably source from you got it you gotta you this every pair of miandi sustainably sourced and made from micro modell a fabric us threetime soft within cotton if he used to buying packs of uncomfortable boring under were the only coming white greyblack or 10meoni's will change everything because me undies comes in all kinds of colors and patterns and the release of new limited edition pattern each month that always sells out this month is a rainbow confetti print cul celebrate is that correct i think there might be a new one this month actually i'll double check that uh try muniz today go get the celebrate pattern before they're all gonemeundiescomrich teeth you'll save 20 off your first pair you have to feel for yourself and see why miandi sold over five million pairs to date and if you don't love your first pair me undies their free so get 20 off your first pair plus free shipping immunitiescomrich teats right now that's me undiescomrooster teeth me undiescomrooster teeth thank you to me undies for sponsoring this podcast and for making such comfortable indoor uh is still celebrate.

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"muniz" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"muniz" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"In muniz versus as other fixed income asset classes and you could have put on top of that the the value of the tax exemption and you have a very and my my opinion a very attractive asset class that should not just be a strategic asset class but should be a kind of a a fundamental part of of and investors asset allocation louis we follow up on the crow so our audience might be a little more familiar with highyield corporate bonds can you compare and contrast there with high yield new neither are there any correlations are there were the return uh expectations there that's a great question it's a very common misperception when we talk about highyield mutinies are high income younis that people are immediately drawn to the comparison between highyield younis and highyield taxable and think that there are probably more similarities than there actually are between those two markets the highyield taxable market is much lower and quality bonds to highyield taxable issuers tend to have characteristics that look a lot less like bonds at a lot more like equity so a lower dollar tend to have lower dollar prices tend to be shorter maturities tend to be lower and credit quality all of those things in my opinion result in a highyield bond allocation on the taxable side to probably fit more into an equity allocation rather than a fixed income allocation contrast that with high yield mutinies tends to be higher and quality and the bonds that we buy tend to have duration so these are twenty thirty year bonds oftentimes they move with the rates market.

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