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"nabo" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma

Mała Wielka Firma

05:26 min | 2 months ago

"nabo" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma

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"nabo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"TA? Our in Bruce St James, Pamela Hughes are coming up at nine o'clock. I know you guys are going to be talking about what we've been talking about all morning, which is these protests going on outside of Perry high school this morning. A Gilbert were some students say they were unfairly targeted because they're Trump supporters administration says not so much. Yeah. You're going to begin a hard time getting me to ginned up over the fake outrage of the day. But no, I mean, there is a there is an argument behind it. But of course, the argument on the part of those protesting about the first amendment and free speech falls, apart the minute you say, oh, so you're okay with the students kneeling during the anthem second. I'm all for the first amendment unless it's something. I don't like. Yeah. Well, they're like I said this morning. I think there's always there's always truth somewhere in the middle. Probably. Yeah. So unfurling a banner is it a safety concern? No. Unless you're doing it in front of a fire exit. So yeah, the safety concern is what? People's reaction to that banner is now. Examples here, and there were some recently in the basketball high school basketball championship or the ones that were in the snow this where. And I saw it from the part of high schools from the reservations, right where the opposing team of predominantly white kids from the suburbs were bringing Trump Pence maga- things and basically yelling it at the native Americans. And they were yelling at because they were trying to convince them to vote in the two thousand twenty election. They were doing it because they think it is a form of intimidation. It is a form of of of disparagement to them not because they are political supporters which is interesting because I grew up with a couple of guys who are Nabo in both Trump supporters. So and again, it doesn't fit a narrative, I think we if you're dealing with people are that ignorant. They don't know the native Americans in Hispanics. I might I might make the point that. I don't think you figured it. Yeah. Yeah. Like, I said, I it's they probably weren't suspended technically for being Trump supporters. Political. And then they do have rules against that in their school. Right. Yeah. It doesn't really say. I looked at the the handbook, and it doesn't really say anything about political purposely vague. So that the administrators could make those call right? And we cannot while you're not like it. I get it. But I'm sure they have to make calls on the regular about thing. But I also say all right. The maga- hat the magazine fine. I wouldn't have brought a banner to school unless it was the American flag or the school colors. I you can't you can't determine what's in someone's heart. If you will. But it isn't hard to see especially when you see how some people wave and use the terminology. The hats the banners or whatever again, they're not using it as in g I hope to really convince these people to vote for the president in twenty twenty as a form of intimidation, they they they are trying to incite people into an argument with them. And if that was your goal in highschool, well, then you might get in trouble for it. We will agree to disagree with the clan. You can't do that. Either. You start waving the confederate flag around your likening wearing a clan. Hat wearing maga-. Donald Trump never never put us up flaming cross to incite a reaction out of other people. Does it matter? What the tool you're inciting is. So if they if they if they were Obama shirts would that be inciting? Does it incite the does it incite other people upset about that? Nearly the same amount. But well, all right. Some people love the confederate flag to it's still not gonna win wave it around. Yeah. I have nothing to do with that. All right, say forty eight now KTAR. Games..

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"nabo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Facebook already collects a lot of information about its users. Now, it is taken that info gathering to a new level. And in this case people volunteered for it. But some of those are teens who Facebook wanted to learn more about KRLD's, David Rankin talks with insurance C net later is that Facebook apparently was paying people to install an app on their phones. It's typically iphone that allowed them to see everything they were doing it. And we're talking about all of the intimate traffic all of the apps that we're connecting to the internet allows them to basically see anything that these people were doing that was connected to the internet and track. Log learn from it. And apparently this was both, you know, something that wasn't totally upfront about publicly, but also something that went against the apples on rules. So now they're in a bunch of hot water. Everyone who says, hey, this feels a lot like big brother. But also apple says, hey, this is against our policy, and it's not just the adults. That's one thing. But they also went after kids says that only eight mall percentage of people that they had a new program where children or teenagers. Really? But the thing is that it still looks incredibly bad for them to have done this and to worked with you. Collecting this data, and look there's a lot of logic for why they would do this, right? Understanding how teenagers you is really one of the most important things to avoid another Snapchat, right and possibly taking on Facebook. But it also is incredibly creepy. It certainly is an anyone that knows Facebook knows it's not supposed to be used by teenagers. Even though they do in their own terms of service. It says you have to be certain age challenges that under the eighteen to a lotta stuck you need to get a parent's permission and basement says by the way that they went through the to the effort of getting parents permission. But look, I one of the biggest problems with technology. These days is that everyone has the one legal lease things that they ask you to say, okay to and you have no idea what you're given over to them. And a lot of people are concerned. You know, the parents may have just signed it whatever you're giving a little bit of money is installed on our phone without knowing what was actually going on. And it's not the first time that Facebook has done something similar. They've also did something with another app a while ago after they bought a while they'll call on Nabo, which essentially, right? It was it was it would. Track. People was information as they were installed the app, and again in theory, the people know what they're doing. But in practice, it might not be much and apple actually removed from the app store. They said this violate their privacy policy. Facebook didn't end run around apple and basically tried to get people to install. But anyway, and that's where we are now in real trouble with apple and they're under a ton of criticism from the public, and there seems to be no contrition from Facebook right now. Book is definitely defending itself. And saying look we were we were doing everything about board and all of that stuff. It doesn't work like that from a lot of people's perspective. I think you see apple deciding to make a big move today that will actually cripple a lot of ability to work on on the iphone from c net fifty years after their final live performance. There's news about a new documentary on the Beatles, including a lot of never before seen footage..

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"nabo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Were doing that was connected to the internet and then track log learn from it. And apparently this was both. You know, something that Facebook wasn't totally upfront about. Publicly, but also something that went against the apples own rules. So now they're in a bunch of hot water. Not only with everyone who says, hey, this feels a lot like big brother. But also apple says, hey, this is against our policy, and it's not just the adults. That's one thing. But they also went after kids. Says that only a small percentage of people that they had a program where children or teenagers. Really? But the thing is that it still looks incredibly bad for them to have done this and to worked with. You know, collecting this data, and look there's a lot of logic for why they would do this right understanding how teenagers you phone is really one of the most important things to avoid another Snapchat, right and possibly taking on Facebook. But it also is incredibly creepy. It certainly is an anyone that knows Facebook knows it's not supposed to be used by teenagers. Even though they do in their own terms of service. It says you have to be certain age the challenges that under the age of eighteen to do a lot of stuff you get to get a parent's permission. And Facebook says by the way that they went through the to the effort of getting parents permission. But look one of the biggest problems with technology. These days is that everyone has a long legal lease things that they ask you to say, okay to and you have no idea what you're given over to them. And a lot of people are concerned. You know, the parents may have just signed it say, whatever you're giving us a little bit of money. Installed tapping our phones without knowing what was actually going up. And it's not the first time that Facebook has done something similar. They've also did something with another app a while ago after they bought a while they'll call Nabo which essentially thing, right? It was it was it would track people's information as they were once they installed the app, and again in theory, the people know what they're doing. But in practice, it might not be as much and apple actually removed from the app store. They think this violate their privacy policy. So Facebook didn't end run around apple and basically tried to get people to start. But anyway, and that's where we are. Now Facebook is in real trouble with apple and they're under a ton of criticism from the public, and there seems to be no contrition from Facebook right now. Definitely defending itself. And saying look we were we were doing everything about board and all of that stuff. It doesn't work like that. From a lot of people's perspective. I think you see apple deciding to make a big move today that will actually cripple a lot of books ability to work on. It's on the iphone that's insurer from CNN. Fifty four. It's time to get the money in stocks.

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"nabo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They'll be from January twenty first through January twenty six I think that's an well. No names. Ralph Acampora comes to mind, he said, just a godfather of a technical trading. So whether it's charts are signals are or. Trading into the box. Whatever you name it. They've all got a system. Now, they all had a system, and they were so successful. I always ask myself. Why are they doing sharing their great signals and systems? So there's an online on the trading floor. Never saw a wealthy trick an old trader on the floor that was wealthy. Most of people make their money and get all art show. Yeah. Check it out. There's also link or the information if you didn't get the website at Terry, savage dot com. Look have a great lunch tomorrow. And we'll read about it Thursday on your website. And then talk about it next Wednesday. Absolutely state. It's the wintrust business lunch. Seven twenty WGN. Start the timer because here's the wintrust business minute sharing and examining Chicago business. News of the day. Nabo Nabu Nabo national association of women business owners. Oh, and that national organization calls Chicago home never heard of them before wealthy. Only happened to be the networking source for nearly ten point five million women business owners in the country. And would you look at that? They're having an event at eighteen seventy one there think big event is on Wednesday. January sixteenth starting at nine AM, and you can just register online at eighteen seventy one dot com. They're definitely moving things forward in this world. And so are the people over at first stop health, the telemedicine startup that's just raised its second round of funding at six point five million dollars, totaling fourteen point five million. What sets first stop health apart from other health companies is they're focused on working with doctors via phone online video consultations and through iphone or Android apps, man. This is straight out of the movies. I'm Bennett weeknight, and.

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"nabo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dave meeker. We're talking today about social meet it's been awhile since we had sort of the band back together in studio. So it's nice little update and of Bill get use to where everything was before. Chris Aaron made an interesting point about people just sort of, you know, leaving decompressing at hey, you know, what I basically had my fill of XYZ and to be honest. It was not part of my business model is like I do not need these people. Yeah. So I was at the Nabo luncheon the holiday awards luncheon this past week, and they had an amazing speaker, and she talked about now that it's a new year we should all contemplate writing a stopped doing list for twenty nineteen and I think a lot of people to Christmas point from last year. And I think moving into this year, they want to simplify and maybe part of that includes editing on social media like where are you going to be maybe you should just pick one channel and stick to it. I'm a huge fan of linked in because I think it's a little more professional than you than some of the others like the snap chats and the Facebook. So the world I mean, I love a good cat video just like any other. But on the other hand, you know, if you're going to pick a platform and stick with it might as well be a professional facing platform, in my opinion. Are you saying that Dave and from your neck of the perspective of people? You know, we we we sort of downsize all the time, you know, we can talk about the whole concept with spring cleaning is that what we see? No in social media's feature where people like, you know, what this is just way too much stuff. I just need to need to stay. I won't say attached to know what's going on. But I don't know if I need all this. It could be on the personal side. I'm gonna spend it to the business side and tell you that a small town hardware store in Palestine hardware store. Went from being a small little place to be the number one, independent hardware store on the side of the Annapolis..

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"nabo" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"And it made me giggle so hard, and then I watched the take, and it was funnier leaving all of that dialogue in and not making it and not changing it at all all keep it all in because it was like it was ill made it real. And then there was one point where I was like Isla is yelling the c word like she forget, I forget the forget the line, but I do an option another option line. And it was only because I I I at the time I was going through a legit obsession with Chelsea handler because I follow on Instagram, and she was using instant stories a lot of time and she was skiing nonstop. She was on like she was on a no joke. A three months key vacation where she went to different ski locations and just skied with different dudes and smoked weed. And I was like I was and her dogs names Burt. So she would always go Burt bird getting bed with me. And it was like a weird connection. I was having with her. And so and everyone always says she's difficult to work with. So I said Islas Yellen the seaward like she just got done working with Chelsea handler. And I just left it in. And then I assume I'm like, I should have left. I like her, and I would hate for her to see that and be like fuck that guy and then try to but whatever follow give a phone. What are you gonna do? Well, you know, I feel like you're one of the one of the fuckers that I feel like I could talk to you for hours. Like, can I tell you? I can't believe I'm I just had a moment of clarity. Where I was like, I can't believe I'm sitting with you like if you told me when I moved to Hollywood that I would be sitting with you in a room. I'd be like amid what oh hardcore obsessed. I was obsessed with smallville really. Yeah. Obsessed with it. Because it was I told you this was the first time I knew I ever seen a prequel story. Is that what it's called? He has the story. But for the story. Yeah. Yeah. We will story. I'd never I never heard of that concept. Like like, I was a meet heading college. Like, I didn't watch TV. I didn't watch like I discovered friends out of when I lived in New York and was doing stand up. The I ever saw friends episode. I first time I ever saw Seinfeld. Was there? I found NewsRadio at that time and like television. I just didn't watch it in college didn't watch it growing up, and it blew up, and then when I came out to LA smallville just started. And I I was like hold the fun. Tuck when it's multiple start two thousand and one thousand one I was like hold the fucking phones. This is in high school shut the I lost my shit. I lost my shit. And I was losing my hair. And I thought you were really bald. And I was like fuck. Yeah. I love your I loved it. I loved it so much that like I would got angry. I got angry when I watched Spiderman and James Franco played what's his name, son. Because now, bro Nabo. We've no sorry. I like I just there was so much because of the relationship with you and your dad, and I was like Glover, but it was. I'm not even joking. If you told me when I moved out here that would be sitting in a room with you in your house. I would I would have told you I am I have made it in this business. I would have been like how the fuck does that even happen are am I a movie star? Well, I don't even know what to say because that's very flattering..

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"nabo" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Hi, it's Diane Craig tibi back with you for Tuesday. Additional up ought my mind. John Grisham laid book the reckoning is part worn apple partly gold thriller in it. He turns to his favourite fictional setting Clinton Mississippi to tell the story the mysterious murder committed by one of the small towns. Most prominent citizens I showed review John Grisham and number of times over the years and always enjoyed our conversations this time, we talked about the challenge of coming up with first storylines and rage hope politics in the south back in the nineteen forties. When the reckoning takes place in the nineteen fifties when he grew up and today what you've been up to these days. I'm more king on documentary on. The right to die. So aside from doing the weekly podcast. That's what I must do. Good for you. Best of luck with that project is barely needed absolutely badly needed. Okay. John grisham. This book certainly is set to in one of your favorite fictional towns. Clinton is hippie. But there's a background of a war in his novel. Tell us about this central character peak banning the story. Takes place starts in one thousand nine hundred forty six in in rural Mississippi and Pete banning as a prominent farmer, and in the first chapter he for reasons that we are not sure of never known until the very end. Drove to town one day and went to his church, the Clinton Methodist, church and. Washington has ministers study as minister was preparing his weekly sermon and Pete pull out a gun an army co coastal and shot him three times, and he left and drove back home and set on the porch and waited for the sheriff who showed up soon thereafter and put him under arrest and. Ask him. You know, why did you do this? And pizza, and I have nothing to say. And that's the way it goes throughout the Nabo until we get to the end. And I promise I'm not going to give anything away as don't reveal. Please. Don't talk about the last page. I promise not to but talk a little bit about Pete banning. He's a cotton farmer as was your poverty. Yeah. I mean, I know something about this. My first seven years were spent on a cotton farm in rural Arkansas for my father, farmed, eighty acres of Badland and could make a buck doing it. Lost a lot of crops to floods and finally with five four kids. He fled the farm in the middle of the night with my mom, and it was the best move of my life to get off the farm, but I know something about that life. That was in nineteen sixty this is fifteen years earlier with Pete banning was a first of all of West Point cadet. He was an army boy army guy army professional and plan to spend his life in the military that he loved and stay away from the cotton farm. The farm had been owned by his family for many years, and he was forced to come home and take over the the land and the farm, and that's where we we first meet him in one thousand nine hundred forty six after his troubles after he is arrested and all that the book goes back to nineteen forty and the beginning of World War Two thousand nine hundred forty one when p is reactivated with his cavalry unit and sent to the Philippines to to fight the Japanese there and the middle section of the book deals with with pizza wartime adventures. Wow. And they're quite something. You know, I. Found myself wondering whether this was based on a true story. And then I read somewhere you heard somebody apoliticial perhaps say one line and you stole that idea. I spent two terms in the Mississippi house of representatives back from nineteen eighty four through nineteen Ninety-seven sessions resigned..

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"nabo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To. With wine estates. Gave the grounds of these beautiful area beautiful beautiful villas surrounded by Dina's. And then they have their own local cellar where they gave wine. They people lost something like this. And you know, enjoy a lovely afternoon rampage without rushing around having a good launch. Good wine, so Moines more we see that'd be after design package. With in mind. The lovers of food and wine, which I more and more coming out every day. More people like to to to do things related to food and wine. Italy has had that reputation. Right forever. What are the special interests requests? Have you seen people wanting to be part of the travels daily other than the things that have been in the past the new things that are that are the people? They many people go scuba diving. Really? Yes. Some areas in in Tyler in the absence ideal down to Sicily where they can go scuba diving. And he's also spa. Some beautiful spa outside then as C Nabo. No, data me way up mostly it is a way I've known by the Germans knowing more now. Megan discover them and they like Julius gals. They spend the week then they they do their own. You know? All good. I'm is you. By Dr others, but focus more on beauty or health and wellness out out health and wellness. I guess my biggest so many of those Italian women are so beautiful. They just don't have to. Women taking good care of themselves. You know that? In in in air, most of the girls wash Chevron af blow and dry their own s easily. Everybody lady goes to the address on once a week. And she is a half professionally wash that set it up by an address the young generation of car washes her own ass. But the tradition of the let's say demanded we men now the middle age away minutes to go through an address once a week. Now, they do years ago, the unmarried women were gorgeous and slamming fashionable in the married women, let themselves go, but that's not the way. It is today. Is it not things have changed? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I remember a young so feel around. Before I gave me I was a schoolteacher. I graduated from. College. And they got a degree in teaching Jesse before I got married, and they yeah, they got mad. It was my first. Yeah, they will stitching and among my my students, I add fourth grade girls. One of the daughters was the dollar the address that up Sophia Loren. The name was Ricardo and used to have a shop on the advantage. Oh, so naturally. The father would say to me. Mrs friends at only when you need to come to an address, please come to me. I'd be happy to. So one day. I went there and Sophia Loren was there. She has used the same address. And I could see this beautiful woman. You know, very close to me getting ahead. Oh, LA LA. I've always she's also very tall. Isn't she? Well, not really. I was very surprised. I think she was my. Now everybody, you know, were they jinx a little bit. But at that time, I think she was about five four five five. No more than that. Well, this is Marc Abrahams. Philly in for an ailing Stephanie Bruce lock into Donna fracking, and we're gonna take a quick break. But when we come back. I ask you about travels to Italy ho going for the first time, what do you recommend that? He sure to visit and how many days did they need so standby. We'll be right back. Keeble? Request. Amtrak's historic great dome car search service September twenty seventh through November second between New York's already rented their train station and Montreal Canada Ford, the atr Rhonda between New York City's Penn station to connect with the dome car in Albany, experienced the.

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"nabo" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"nabo" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Right. Welcome to black. Men can't jump in Hollywood, sit. James don't get his son. Is he late no gunshots, nothing. No homeland listening to really actually know. Maybe that was that was faded that we didn't have. That's right. Yeah. Yeah, organize. The guy was like, I was like, not today, not for this one for those of you listening for the first time. Welcome. What you bid. Where have you been? That is a good question, but also welcome. Yeah. But where are you. Okay. So this calm, rational voice you're listening to right now is John Kerry lock this passionate. Voice is dry, Michigan, fun. Again, Jim late, I wanna shade him, but I'm disappointed we we have shaded have. Is it been enough shady? No. When he gets here, we'll say them even more. I mean thing. Is this respectful to? I just feel disappointed. I it is. You're right. It's just a point. I only want to say it's like when you expect more like when you go in like, oh man, you're gonna make your favorite. She's making Makati. It's gonna be great, but she liked tried a different recipe and you're like. I came in for this logic, my hopes thought a change my schedule for you, right in the MAC and cheese, but not unit got to cheeses disappointed, break rooms, expected better. But. For those of you listening for the first time, we are a film review podcast. We review films leaning black actors who we talk about them in the context of race. I see what you're talking about and diversity in Hollywood, what it is a little bit. And today we are reviewing the film, the hate, you give guys the. Starring a mandala Stemberg I wanna say Steinberg. I don't know. Stemberg directed by George Tillman, junior Regina hall. Gina hall is in shoutouts. Gino always get Regina king. Regina hall. Yep. Because they have the same everytime everytime and it's not enough. They're both amazing, not enough regina's. Regina hall does drama because like she does both comedy and dry so well and was two guys named from Lincoln. Russell Russell Hornsby, that sounds right. I don't know. I don't have pulled up. He man movie was so good. Oh, let me not forget Anthony Mackie. So Ray common don't say that. No comment like, yeah, I bet you comedy and movies helps. Movies get made. But when I see movies I'm like was upcoming, you know, like his coup he's he stays in everything. Everything is in so many, my goodness, this movie. Do you know what has rotten tomatoes because I do it better be ninety eight point better. Be ninety nine. Ninety seven. Okay. Okay. Hey, that should go below ninety five. We gotta fucking issue. Like I'm legit to be petty. Abra was wrong with ninety. Seven percent was who the people who said they like it. There's somebody people be doing just to be petted. So it hasn't been sorry by the time this this podcast comes out. We'll have been wide released so you better sell it. So you should go see it for sure. Has been wide release as of this recording as this recording. It's made two point, eight million dollars, but only open in like I think here in New York and LA limited release. So it was like open for two weeks limited release before the wide release, which I think is actually a smart game plan because I'll be honest, the first time I saw the trailer for this movie. I was like, God. And not because I didn't because I didn't hear about the book San about the book I, and but it was. It was like it's very clear like a what. It's like a y novel writing. The book was why Nabo and it's very like the the trailer was targeted for young adults..

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"nabo" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And welcome back stephen cohen with a stephen it looks like the chairwoman of the bank of russia her name is i l vira nabo lena and she was an adviser to vladimir putin and i guess she's pretty well respected and let me tell this is in response to your caller from chicago but i think you'll agree with me i'm only slightly older than you maybe that older but when we did you go to college of course university of detroit broadcast major great i went to indiana when we took economics the textbooks were classic new deal gets books and they taught that if you have a depression you spend your way out of it that was what franklin roosevelt did with all the work projects and that was classic orthodox economics by the time the soviet union ended there was a whole new orthodoxy and economics which was called neo monitoring and it taught just the opposite if you're in a depression you starve the economy in the federal budget of funds to balance the budget which means that you don't you reduce social services pensions security and the rest and you're not all that eager to have new investment you just want to balance the budget so that was a mistake in russia and that was what the western economist advise the russian government or yeltsin to do it was a grievous mistake it plunged russia into an ever deeper depression and by the time yeltsin laughed and putin came to power at the end of nineteen ninety nine about seventy five percent of russians were living below the official poverty.

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"nabo" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back stephen cohen with stephen it looks like the chairwoman of the bank of russia her name is i l vira nabo lena and she was an adviser to of ladimir putin and i guess she's pretty well respected and let me tell this is in response to your caller from chicago but i think you'll agree with me i'm only slightly older than you maybe older but when we did you go to college of course university of detroit broadcasts major great i went to indiana when we took economics the textbooks were classic new deal gets books and they taught that if you have a depression you spend your way out of it that was what finding roosevelt did with all the work projects and that was classic orthodoxy economics by the time the soviet union ended there was a whole new orthodoxy and economics which was called neo monitoring and it taught just the opposite if you're in a depression you starve the economy in the federal budget of funds to balance the budget which means that you don't you reduce social services pensions social security and the rest and you're not all that eager to have new investment you just want to balance the budget so that was a mistake in russia and that was what the western economist advise the russian government or yeltsin to do it was grievous mistake it turns russia into an ever deeper depression and by the time yeltsin laughed and putin came to power at the end of nineteen ninety nine about seventy five percent of russians were living below.

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"nabo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Really upset with the president for screwing this all up this tariff thing is screwing this whole thing up and then you add to that the fed making their decisions which actually i'm in favor of but you add the the the rate increases and then the tariff thing in the steel and the chinese and and i and i don't disagree with the president for as much as i know about any of this it is time to level the playing field but buddy screwing with my retirement which is not today not tomorrow and not next year but that's fine within the that's what i was thinking about on my way up the stairs today tj this is all about me and right now the president is screwing with my retirement here we all just get along can't we just get the dow back up to about twenty seven and then all shift what bonds or whatever it is that you do and then then you can go do then you can go level the playing field okay off my chest i was feeling really down about all this stuff today so white house has readied china tariffs and the dow plunged so we'll talk about that in just a half a second the austin serial killer bomber left a confessional didn't explain his motive we'll talk a little bit about that zuckerberg is on a media tour the likes of which most politicians don't even get on policy that not really apologizing he's explained this major breach of trust that they're going through right now and quite frankly the hashtag dropped facebook or whatever that hashtag was is not really he made a comment somebody yesterday in one of his interviews that that thinks not really not not really taking effect and when we talked about this a little bit earlier and we talked to the the mark garrison nabo thompson and i talked about this on our podcast which.

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"nabo" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The hamlet dabo's thing over there that only spriggs out you know um uh what's his name uh alex jones this is the one of the many things are freaks a man when they get together with these people uh small flag conspiracy dough showed that taco bell commercial alumina i wonder if they're serban taco bell at the at the bubble generally arts false wired so you got mccoll emmanuel macron france's 40yearold president considered by many to be ongoing merckel successor is the new face of europe made his debut speech to the annual meeting of the world economic forum in davos switzerland in front of a starstudded crowd even by double standards which included king fully pay of spain christine lagarde an and total ceo patricia yang among those in the audience he told them quote it's time for a new framework to reign in the excesses of global capitalism he wants them to share of the wealth here we go mike like a nice little gummy that he is says this framework should be based on cooperating in multilateral ism this new framework is the unique way to protect our interest in the long run ana quoted as he row hedge and yet despite the superficial aura of the wealth redistribution narrative and speech which was addressed as much to the audience in france as in doubles the message at a halloween as france macron's rowing critics have already dubbed him the president of the rich amid his push to cut back some protections for workers and lower taxes so here's what he's doing fox he's some channelling the ghost to karl marx would nabo sees say we need to take the money away from you folks who have earned it and give it the folks who have an this is classic stubb it's classic communism that's going on see fox you think the communism is dead have lost their minds the khamis or alive and well lot of marin the un and this it's it's.

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"nabo" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"nabo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"People of alabama i am not a citizen of alabama and do not reside in alabama it is the wonderful people of alabama and they are wonderful people they're gonna make this decision they're going to decide not mitch mcconnell not cory gardner not the washington post and not all the chester bangers in uh in lake samper's at their pushing this luther strange now not mo brooks nabo brooks she they reveal themselves in their own way to nothing i think they do we're not going to spend all day on this because it doesn't deserve it don silt colorado the great k g l and go very from a nerd are called curve because of what you're talking dargo with cory gardner i called his office this afternoon and told them flat out that if he's primary i will vote for his opponent and if he stays in the general i will not vote for him well that's the way it's going to have to work because the only thing these people understand is voting yeah and are only thing these people understand all right my friend i appreciate your call los angeles california on the mark levin at go go back to harare i love you i was listening to uh still with this morning napolitano was on the judge and he said that he cannot be expelled what she's elected by the people there's nothing you can really do according to the constitution i think he's right the judge by the way like this anyway go ahead he said.

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"nabo" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"nabo" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Highest rates and i want on behalf of our country i want to then he talked about the economic impact not on the island but on the federal budget now i ate the w puerto rico put your throat a budget a little out of whack because we spent a lot of money in puerto rico and that's fine wave saved a lot of lives during the visit president trump praised the people who made preparations across puerto rico because the official death toll so far four is low when compared to the death toll from katrina but he also implied that have met the situation in puerto rico was not as severe he then went to the san juan suburb of gwen nabo a welltodo community with the highest per capita income on the island again the job this clearly when he was there he gave out some relief supplies inside a church the people in the room seemed more interested in taking photos san juan mayor carmen you lean cruz was there for the president's meeting with local leaders i saw them miss on match on the and trashing met mayors hat with him she wasn't satisfied with the congratulatory tone of the meeting we would return and i'm speaking from a shell changes have him here the reality i'm was on the ground is you know alice in wonderland and back to reality president trump said that he heard a lot of thank yous on the islet he did not visit some of the hardest hit areas in the central mountains of puerto rico or any communities where local leaders have said their needs are not being met i'm steve kastenbaum thirteen there after the hour hacked credit agency head in the congressional hotseat when america in the morning return after these messages.

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