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G-7 Back Steps to Deter Tax Dodging by Multinational Firms
"Leaders from the G. seven nations agree to a fifteen percent global minimum corporate tax on Saturday to determine all tight national companies from a boarding taxes by stashing profits in low rate countries finance ministers also endorsed proposals to make the world's biggest companies pay taxes in countries where they have lots of sales but no physical headquarters that include US based tech giants treasury secretary Janet Yellen says it provides momentum for a global deal to end a race to the bottom in corporate taxation it's led to a system in which corporate taxation plays a diminishing role in financing governments in the US and around the world and more and more of the burden has been falling on workers countries especially the U. S. have been grappling for years with how to deter companies from legally avoiding paying taxes by assigning profits to subsidiaries in tax havens I'm Julie Walker
Justice Department drops challenge to California net neutrality rules
"Earlier this week. Department of justice dropped its challenge of california's net neutrality law. You might remember. The california introduced law after the trump administration rolled back the obama era policy which was creating more equal internet access. Trumping the doj's challenge could signal a return to net neutrality. So here to get us back up to speed and discuss what the impact of a change be is. Our reporter drew fitzgerald. Hey drew thanks for joining me shortly. So it's been a little while since we've talked about net neutrality and this is a complicated topic besides start here with a little bit of a primer. Can you explain what neutrality means and where it comes from well net neutrality. Is the idea that the company providing you access to the internet whether it's through cable a cell phone connection satellites. Whatever can't pick favorites if you're shopping online or watching netflix. Video or talking to people on zoom. Your internet provider shouldn't get away of those activities by blocking traffic or slowing. Some of the data down to make other services were better. That's the principle in practice. The federal government under president obama road rules discouraging a lot of activity with some exceptions. There were some loopholes that allow for a little bit more traffic management for cell phone providers. There were other rules dealing with privacy but on the whole it prevented the sort of blocking or throttling traffic. That open internet advocates had really worried about. What's the argument on each side of this issue. Will supporters of these rules argue that the modern economy flourished really because internet providers didn't control things too much look at google and amazon also look at net flicks that exploded even though provided entertainment. That competes directly with some of the cable tv providers. That were serving their netflix videos. Over the internet deponent's net neutrality. Rules argued that they're not really needed. Because these companies provide internet service and if they blocked or seriously degraded some of the websites and content that their customers want customers. We get mad and it would be bad business. Another argument against the net neutrality. Rules especially in washington has been that it would open the door to price regulation to setting prices. That's something that companies like. At and t. and comcast are very fearful of don't want the government involved in got it so net neutrality policies again. That's the idea that internet service providers shouldn't be able to pick favorites. That was an obama era policy. What was the trump administration's approach. Where did they follow. And how do they handle. Net neutrality will the trump administration opposed those rules and the new chairman of the fcc at the time named by president trump rewrote them They introduced new regulations that completely revoked the guidelines that the democratic led. Fcc headset few years before they also tried to make rules. That would deter states from writing their own regulations and they argued that the state of california had overstepped its authority when it filled the gulf and and wrote its own rules right and let's talk about that. California's law escalated into legal battle with president trump's. Doj what happened there. And why is it so significant that this happened in california. Yeah that's right. California did pass this law during the trump administration to try to protect the types of activities that the obama administration had supported and california's not ordinary states. The biggest state in the country as we've seen with other sorts of rules on greenhouse gas emissions internet privacy. If they pass a law that is sustained. It has the effect of really setting the agenda on a national level. A national company can't very well have rules for the rest of the country and ignore a with forty million people in it so it has the effect or it would have the effect of protecting net neutrality principles on a national level if it were put into effect now. The important thing to remember is that those rules have gone into effect yet. Pending legal challenges right and among them was a lawsuit from the trump administration's department of justice. But now that the new biden administration is in office. There department of justice is dropping that suit against california's net neutrality law. What does that tell us about how this administration could approach this issue. Well it tells us two things one is that the biden administration like most democrats still supports neutrality. Rules that are enforceable and doesn't want to get in the way of what california's doing they're aligned in their ideals. They're the second thing it tells us. Is that the diner administration. Ministration should be eager to have those california rules go into effect and become the law of the land essentially because it doesn't yet have a lot of power to act on a federal level. The fcc today is led by acting chairwoman jessica rosenworcel but is a two to split by administration. Hasn't yet named another commissioner to fill the five member commission or named a permanent chair person which really ties the commission's hand in writing the sort of sweeping rules that it did under the obama administration
Multiple Locations and Hard Lessons with Michael Presson
"With big ideas. Welcome to cheers to business. Michael preston thank you so much for coming on the show. Tell how we met. Hey thanks karen. We met at the road map growth class a couple of weeks ago. Where miller leading that. And you're one of the subject matter experts. Yeah i'm just allowed tina awesome. Well thank you thank you. Didn't richard head invited me on and there were two other. Cpa's one from carshield belly and then dinner sharon from advisor so i was in very top company now the cpa anymore. But i just have fun now. And i just don't care about rules i just don't so tell us about your business. I own four locations of franchise called one eight hundred radiator Started out in daphne. I bought that location about seven years ago and then the other locations over the last several years it is a wholesale autopart supplier. Okay so your card says one eight hundred radiator in a ac. Yep yeah it's you can tell by the name when that company was created it was originally created out of california in kind of a hub and spoke warehouse strategy and then about fifteen years ago. The decided to start selling franchises to get local ownership across the country. I love jazz candy now. Own wouldn't find franchise. We actually have two territories mobile and baldwin county for payroll bolt and people don't realize that two franchise didn't know that. Yeah and so this whole go. Local height the chains be. Be careful when you're hating because you don't know whether it's really corporate or if it's franchises because of its franchise i could be a local. That could be your neighbor. That owns that right exactly. And that's when was the taglines that we talk about. His were national company with local ownership. Two hundred twenty five locations across the country and in canada on four of them see. I didn't wanna reinvent the wheel. Garon knew that. Cpa's cannot make money doing payrolls just doesn't make sense because it's the billing structure right. People want to wrap theirselves around the business and not want to reinvent the wheel. And i think that's the smartest thing about franchises. It's all laid out for you. Yeah well i got into the franchise business we. We lived in memphis before we moved to a fair hope about seven years ago. Eight years ago we own a little business called three dog bakery based out of kansas city and a dog bakery. We bay birthday cakes in all fresh all natural foods in it was a fascinating little business and it taught me the value of franchises because i have no history in baking and neither did my wife but they taught us everything we needed to know. We had all the ingredients. We hit all of the recipes. And so we're good to go. So when i moved here i moved here to buy this business. But i was comfortable with the franchise model. So now you went from one franchise and kenny. Nap talked about this before you know. We're at a good place right now. So we're not looking for growth but you think about it. I've had a business with multiple locations before the struggles and tell us your three top challenges for all those listeners out there that own a business in hard enough as it is but then to open up. A second location yeah. I don't feel like that. I'm a control freak but i learned a much more of a control freak as a small business owner than i ever thought. I was before from the perspective that you've got to see in lead by being present a lot of times and in trust is a big issue and processes help solve both of those issues. I've lost in been hurt a lot by being in not having the right processes in place. But i'm a much better business person now as a result of those valuable lessons as a really good point because every time i've been burned i've learned something from it and i'm not a micromanager. Yeah i'm just not. I don't have time. I hire smart people. Expect you to do your job. Yep same here. I was in corporate world for twenty years with the medical company. Regional leadership been Sales leadership sales operations moved around quite a bit so a little comfortable with travel and comfortable with leading teams. That aren't directly in front of me. So i think that looking back that helped me be prepared to lead multiple locations right. Secondly when i got down here the first employees are hired. My wife actually found used to work at sam's and always joke at this. The best thing we've ever bought sam's is jessica and jessica is fantastic and jessica is a a rule follower a thorough honest Trustworthy person lover to death. That's how i define. Yeah yeah absolutely. And there's no way in the world. I could have gone to number two three or four locations. If it hadn't been for jessica and every time that we considered. It asked. Jessica i because i wanted to make sure she was okay with us expanding and doing these other things and she was always on board. And that's given me the freedom to be able to lead and not have to operate as much you know. We talk about people all the time that i
"national company" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"We are shining that Spotlight on Scioto services and Amy Rasmussen is joining us now to Thursday is all about Scioto services. So I need the first of all thanks for joining us today. Thank you Catherine. You guys are Sharonville company National company, but locally headquartered in Sharonville. Tell us what you do. So we are a cleaning service provider. We do cleaning for facilities everything from commercial office space manufacturing education home here. Basically everything that is in the commercial space. Well, there's really nothing more important right now than cleaning as we all returned back to whatever normal looks like let's talk about that and how your thoughts of of what you do has changed since go visit sure. So, you know, we we're certainly proud to be in the spotlight, you know customers used to see cleaning as something that was more of a very tail concept get it done but we don't want to see it. So, you know pushing a janitor cart through a hallway is is not the image. We really think of or desire in a class A office space before covid-19. So again perception, it's it's all changed before no one really wanted to pay us to wipe down a door knob. You know, that was an unseen task. It was an unseen service. It just wasn't something we did and now all those things are are being added back into scopes of work. I really we only saw in the medical space and now it's it's also coming into the light of back to what I said about before instead of somebody back in the in the background and and kind of hidden we're actually being asked to make sure they are seen so we are presenting them at certain times of the day. So that customers employees can see that they're being taken care of and and feel more comfortable in the facilities that they're in we've spoken with restaurants that have seemingly gone through the same thing and I'm very, you know, nice restaurants don't you don't want somebody wiping down a table next to you, but now you do you want to see those things happen. So how has you know, your birth? Kind of Labor had to maneuver and and pivot like the rest of us as well. But especially within that cleaning space to make sure that they're doing all the things that they need to be doing but also visibly doing sure will you know cleaning is is traditionally defined as an unskilled labor. So just think of that for a moment that this is an unskilled labor and now we're pushing in all all these these things that need need to be known by the person that's is providing the service so think about what what's on the page p a list that kills covid-19. Oh, first of all, we have to make sure that that we're providing the right chemicals, then there's dwell times. So now we we're teaching our own boat unskilled laborer to be mindful of the time that they're applying the disinfectants that they're using. There's PPE requirements. There's document job..
"national company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"national company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Hey I'm andy if you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's the idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience. I had buying razor blades most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch at Harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret. We make sharp durable blades and sell them honest prices for as low as two dollars each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like by a world class German. Blade factory obsessing over every detail means we're confident offering one hundred percent quality guarantee. Millions of guys have already made the switch to Harry's. So thank you. If you're one of them and if you're not, we hope you give us a try with this special offer get a Harry starter set with a five Blade Razor waited handle shave gel and travel cover offered just three bucks plus free shipping. Just go to Harrys DOT COM and enter five, five, six, zero checkout. 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So we've prepared a little bit of a segment we're going to change things up a little bit here could coming up we're going to do some dry runs here but we're going to have you handled the headlines. And or in a host format whereas I'm going to be kind of a guest here on my own show, my own show, our own show becoming the generates segment on foul territory and Do you have questions queued up. I do. So. No matter what else happened on Thursday everyone's GonNa talk about Janu Jones run the one they went for eighty yards and then. There was no touchdown. All right my reaction to that is Freight for Daniel Jones. Good thing that the Wayne Gaughman Nov bailed him out what the third goal. Kicking field goal after that I think the fact that they get six points on that possession and it was just three days later the he needed to go for eighty eight. It was an impressive eighty yard run it was. In failure a very impressive. Way, to, play. Out. I'm just Kinda. Glad. He didn't get hurt the way tumbled, and then he kind of started to get back up and then he just got slugged again. was. It was entertaining and Danny dime said you ever heard that nickname via prior to about. Ninety. One hundred and twenty minutes ago. I never heard it and it was plastered all over twitter and Van Pelt opening his midnight sportscenter with it. So Danny Dives the victim I I don't think. It's Kinda catchy so many I. could see it picking up but. Actually, throw the Guy Yeah You can't do that. You get suspended if you throw money out at stadiums are so I'm intentionally saving the score for the beginning of the next segment when we do your final scores because there's just such a limited quantity of that. So whole seventeen seconds of scores Yeah, did did you have anything else on the football game you? Know. No No started. Night Football I think it was whatever. Thursday football supercup tastic to begin with because the teams are out of short week they usually the division games. Especially, I think this year because of the the out. They want limit travel as much as they can while still playing a normal schedule but Thursday night football between two teams in the NFC leashless Shearman. It was exactly what we thought. It would be so Yeah. We'll just jump over to baseball a little bit that will do what's going on tied up at one now day off today is Joe Buck still thinking this is a slam dunk for the dodgers I don't know I I still tend to lean towards even I wasn't sure that it was going to be a sweep I thought sweep. Was a possibility knows dodgers have got to really feel you know especially if you're not even making it last year that they had some serious Leon unfinished business now as long as was, the season might be looked at a little bit sideways. So even if they do win I'm not sure that the there's GonNa be much fanfare behind it they get nineteen eighty eight out of their out of their brains but. As one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight, or as a former nineteen, hundred later. You can't really feel much sympathy here. Jen I noticed in my memory is that it has been ten years since the dodgers are a sorry the Yankees got eliminated from but I'm guessing it's probably the world series tweet. Play they'll final round. I think the Rangers won the American. League. So the maybe.
"national company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's the idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience I had buying razor blades most brands were overpriced over designed out of touch at Harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret we make sharp durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like by a world class German blade. Factory obsessing over every detail means we're confident and offering one hundred percent quality guarantee. Millions of guys have already made the switch to Harry's. So thank you. If you're one of them and if you're not, we hope you give us a try with the special offer. Get a Harry starter set with a five. Blade Razor Waited Handle Shave Gel and travel cover offered just three bucks plus free shipping just go to Harrys DOT COM and enter five five, six, zero at checkout. 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Show Alvarez here wrestling observer live reveal here moment don't ask. Talk about dinner debonair everybody producer dom watching during the break he was laughing he. Told me we were on the air. Dom, would you think of this? I'm still not done with Brian. It's both cringe -I, but I can't stop watching it. So it's pretty amazing. All right I'll back to you here in a while. So listen here's the deal everybody. Basically Chris Jericho and MGM go to dinner. And I he tried to one up each other MJ Jeff orders a twenty porterhouse I mean come on. That's the cut you wanted anyway. He wants in well done because he's a he'll. And Jericho says. I one mine medium well. And then MGM ESTA would up here MAB making medium and then they go down down until finally Jericho gets I wanted blue. And of course, can't go lower than that. So the lady goes with their order in. So from their. Luxury short. It breaks down into a Broadway number. And Jericho M J F, they're singing their dancing in. The got dancing women behind them. I mean it's The most preposterous thing that you've ever seen I was crying as I watch this. If, you want to add by the way to the list of things that Jeff is great at I mean Jericho obviously he's a rockstar. M J, F. That was MJ F singing. He was so good that I I was like God, get someone like doing he's like lip synching. They got somebody else to do the no. That was MJ F he is a very, very talented man. So they do their whole song and dance number it is. Objectively incredible whether you subjectively liked it or not I mean I don't care but objectively, the performance was unbelievable by these guys. And then they sit back down again and they announced it next week will be the town hall. Now, I will get into the criticism I because there have been some criticisms. Some people just didn't like a song and dance number interesting show that that it was ridiculous. Some people were like wait a second. They were supposed to meet to decide whether mgm was going to join and then next week they've got a they've got a town hall meeting to determine whether he'll join. But these guys are the best friends. Listen. Maybe they could have had the announcer say something about it afterwards but. In my opinion as a viewer. I believe the Chris Jericho M Jeff are totally on the same page. They both are dying to have MGM joined the inner. Circle. And the hold up is the rest of the inner circle. It's been like this from the day they started the single mgm goes into the room and and Sami hates him and semi doesn't trust him in Jericho says he might be telling the truth or whatever was at Jericho said Jericho is always trusted Mj F.. Now. M J F believe in the end months down the road I believe that Mj F is probably GonNa turn on Chris Jericho and he'll lead the inner circle and they'll all kick Chris Jericho out and the story line goes from there and Chris Jericho is going to be baby face right but in.
"national company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You're listening to Ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight America. Attention timeshare owners. This is an urge ed consumer alert from the timeshare exit hotline a National Company specializing in helping consumers legally get out of their expensive timeshare contracts, and we're offering you a way to legally get rid of your timeshare. So if you're fed up with the maintenance fees that keep on coming and what learn if you can terminate your timeshare legally and permanently call today even if you've tried before and we're unsuccessful in getting ready for your timeshare call today. And see if we can help, we offer a complete one, hundred percent unconditional client satisfaction guarantee make this completely free Cau- and learn how we can help. You legally put an end to your timeshare nightmare once and for all you have nothing to lose. 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Now at Staples, save twenty percent on ups, expedited shipping services plus save up to thirty percent on select shipping supplies shop in store or get same-day delivery through INSTA- cart and say big at staples ends ten, thirty, one while supplies. Last instore only see store for details, INSTA- cart fees, taxes Andrew Tips may apply delivery subject to availability additional terms apply. More, from ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight, America. was saying to me in a brag he's like what you're just, GonNa like not do the Games with me and I'm leaving tomorrow. So none of my action gets a run. So the fans can. Go to the window and like we can get all these people some fat stacks like you're just GonNa blow me off and not talk about all the games with me as I know I was going to do that at. Last long segment. He's all right. I guess we're good. Thought I was going to blow him off. He gave me the business. He's like so you're just going to not talk about the game. You're gonNA talk about coaches, Jokin Blair's all night. That part. So What you WanNa do what do you want to do? Grow, what do you what I WANNA do it so not gonNA mess around. Let's get right into it. All right. So Tomorrow you're you'll be driving that Arkansas state is at Appalachian State, and absolutely and thirteen. When it opened, it was ten and a half. That's what I got an ad I laid it. Yeah I'm good with Appalachian State Tomorrow, Night I think they're better than Arkansas I don't mind laying the thirteen th anything under two touchdowns with that I'm good with if it gets over fourteen tomorrow I don't like it as much but still at thirteen and a half. Dole. I'm all in on Appalachian. There's four games on Friday one of them. Blow off. Jacksonville State and Florida International. The. I'll bring up Tolsey USF toss laying ten and a half in that game I. got it at nine and a half and I actually grabbed it. I. Like it even better at ten and a half there in Tampa. I think they're terrible but you know it's not like tolstoy's scaring anyone either. So do you think that game could be within eleven? Yeah. I I like South Florida here in this game. This is the first weekend. Scotty I like a lot of both college and pro I think it's going to the dogs are GonNa Bark this weekend. And we'll start with south Florida getting ten and a half at home. Illinois Wisconsin and Matt Town at Camp Randall. Wisconsin laying twenty originally, it was twenty three, and then it moves real quickly to twenty because some people. Palestine Illinois game a game last year. Lovey and the boys can they go to a man town and give them a game or is going to be all Wisconsin living up to their? Not played a game yet hype that they're getting in the bogus college football rankings come out every week down to eighteen and a half on faneuil tonight. So it's going down even more. I have to look at you know how all these teams started a month ago in the SEC played their first week and these other conferences they all started rather slow the big teams. So with the big ten starting this weekend Scotty I'm GonNa try to do the same thing huge spreads like this one and in the Ohio state game. I'm GonNa take the points because I think that these teams it might take them a half or three quarters before they start playing to their maximum potential. Louisiana UAB and. You. was originally was laying two and a half. Now, they're actually getting one at home from the raging Cajun's UAB's foreign one and they're getting points at home and I was willing to later two and a half getting one I'm all over it. I do like the rage in cages on the road on Friday night I'm going with Lafayette. Saturday Notre Dame and pit in the catcher bottle in the steel city notre. Dame's land ten and a half. Now, I cannot base it on how they played against Louisville I'm basing it on how. Head has been able to give teams like Miami Notre Dame and teams like this. The business when they planned in Pittsburgh and they're not bad I mean they're three and three. It's not like they're horrible. They covered against Miami getting thirteen and a half where you know it went down to ten and a half got him at thirteen I covered. Yeah, it seems like every week pit is in a rather close game even before the Miami Game, they played tight games with BC and NC state. I think that this could be another tight one notre dame was not impressive on offense last week. That's maybe one reason. If you WANNA take Notre Dame you think Kelly's going to get them back in shape this week and they're going to score a bunch of points because Pittsburgh is not score a lot but ten and a half at the catch bottle where Notre Dame hasn't played great in the past probably safe play. So to outs now. Luke just had a strike out and then a fly out to deep left, but to outs on the dodgers bottom nine. And six four, they're not GONNA win this game it's over. Syracuse Clemson. That game is at Clemson and they're laying forty six now.
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So I don't think there's anything to panic about here I don't think either show was a disaster I think these are just where we're at so. See what happens next week. Combined still about one point, six, million people I thought it was going to be a little bit closer to nine hundred thousand than it actually was but still not a number you can sneeze that whatsoever for eighty W and for an xt obviously, you know still. You. Know it's GonNa take him some work to get it out of the six hundred's but they got get back out. You know their k sooner rather than later the way to keep droppin. And the smackdown show here tonight. Roman reigns versus Roz. Braun strowman. Shame Shinsegei knock emergency sorrow against Roz the new day Kofi Xavier and smacked biggie three prophets against. Ziglar and Robert Rude also in a promotional Jeff Hardy versus large in a promotional ad, the return of Daniel Bryan back in a moment observer live. Runs rounded. Josh, the won't. 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We'll see I may change my clothes between now and then And by the way, this is not the same shirt that was in that video there from two thousand three this one's V neck the other one was not. Get off. My Zach. is at the same size though. Actually. This is much smaller because much smaller than I was in that video from two thousand three. Angle Raina. Nights g one climax. Thirty. Easily, that'd be a good time to show for a good couple. But an ankle ran. On tonight's. Given you plenty of time. G ONE CLIMAX THIRTY CARD That saw. We'll Osprey return done Okada aligning himself. With the Returning Tomoyuki Ohka the Great Oak Arn will ask ray and beat priestly are now a triumvirate. In, New Japan spray. We'll be one of the top heavyweight heels in new Japan from this point forward. Ohka ran in laid out Okada with the class. Slam. And Osprey his dorm breaker and got the win. Osprey seemed confused but then returned and laid out Okada with the hidden blade through a number of expletives and Okada. And said that Okada had held him back. So there you go. That was gang all in the G one. Now I have been under the impression that this was going to result in spray winning the block but in fact, he did not. So Mike's prediction did in fact, pan out that bushy one, the block, and now we wait to find out tonight who's going to win the b-block and we'll find out what the finals of this year's G. One are going to be. I guess I guess quite frankly aspirin you need to win the block because he'll be feuding with Okada for the next several.
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He literally hit it to the wall for the final out with the bases loaded Hicks in all the way to the wall. Almost had the over but. Now, five one with Chapman going to work. We'll see what happens and then as far as the The other games that we're watching the Tampa Bay Bucks and the bears believe it or not a Jimmy Graham touchdown right before the half gave the bears the lead fourteen thirteen that's where we stand. Now a couple of minutes into the third Brady's got the pill and the bucks are. Moving already, Jones with a gigantic run. An absolute monster run about forty fifty yards. Right on first down and they're in a bears territory immediately huge run by Roggio. This guy went right off tackle and just obliterated the bears You know I can't even. Tell you how much of a joke I think it is when I hear like all, they sold me on today when this game started was how great the bears the Vance's And how they're the number AD vents in the league like. When you're number eight at anything you suck. Okay. So let's get real here for second with all this bears or great defensively. Have you seen Roquan Smith arm tackling the night missing tackles left and right on tackles for loss eat twice let the Jones Lebron out of his hands and do it every once every had him dead to rights. If you can't make simple tackles for loss when you have the guy wrapped up and you make the hit and the guy bounces off your tackling gains eight. You're not a great defense and when I see a guy run fifty yards right off tackle on a first down play in the second half you're not a great defense. I mean, not at all. I. Don't like. Are you seriously afraid of the Chicago Bears Defense? Is Anyone afraid of the bears? Let. Alone their offense. I mean seriously I do you consider them a great defense? I. Think at times they can play a pretty. Well, their secondary is very good when McKee. At his best and he's healthy, they are. But there are times when. Like you just said missing tackles on that Jones play. That they can fall apart, I wouldn't put them in the elite. Three to five best. But top ten I. think that they're in that giving a guy, a fifty yard run right off tackle is all I need to know that they're overrated. Does that happen with a great deed? As seriously do you see the steelers or you know the chiefs even? Achieves all about Patrick mahomes but their defense has its moments and? You know what defense like you know the packers, the seahawks they're undefeated they're winning but I consider them more offensive teams. Thousands of team now. I. D A, lot of defenses do nowadays especially, if you look in the first five weeks of the season, four weeks of the season. Offenses are ahead of the game right now the elite defense does not exist. In the NFL at this moment, there are some obviously the steelers played well on the. There's a couple of other teams but. The offenses are blowing the defenses away the first four weeks of the year. Do you think that Brady. Is doing a good job than I would his hundred and thirty six yards and his touchdown pass to Evans do you think that 'cause they just stopped him? It's Ford than. Seven. G feel that Brady's having problems tonight with the bears or do you think he's having a good game? It seems like he it's a little hit or miss. He's had a couple of really good drives but now these last two, the one before the half on the football obviously wasn't his fault. I mean, he threw it to the guy that play before the half where the bears got their second touchdown. Guy Didn't hold onto the ball that's not Brady's fall, but he's moving them decently but the last few drives not much to show for it. So Saga Hits the Field Goal Sixteen Fourteen Tampa now in the third quarter and I'm going back and forth with the Yankees now, Chapman work in the ninth. As the race come to bat down four runs. 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You're listening to wrestling observer live with Bryan, Alvarez and Mike Semper v on the sports byline broadcasting network. The show Brian Alvarez here wrestling observer alive mark. V. Also Wrestling Observer DOT COM. We've got a lot to get into here today on the program. I don't know what's going on with twitch right now he seemed to be watching myself in Moondog. Moretti always a a classic encounter right there but I'd like to apologize to Mike and Everybody, for not which yesterday we had A. With a comedy of errors led to a comedy of of no twitch. But Hey, we're here today everybody and we are here to talk about what you WanNa talk about. So you know the text message line and if you don't I'm GonNa give it to you right now four to five, seventy, zero, seven, five, six, six. Four to five, seven, eight, zero, seven, five, six, six. And are the Mike probably talk about the g one yesterday I am a day behind I have not seen the she match from yesterday. Vast hold it was absolutely awesome. Vic Somebody here believe it was Paul. Fontaine. is she versus Shingo is to uncared wild animals fighting. And it was wonderful. So I want to see that one. Have you seen that one yet mike? I have seen that one but you know what? Before you see that one watch will spray in J white because it's a different kind of awesome buddy was backpack awesome and the seems to be you know this is not the same g one is it's been past years, but it still feels like we're getting one or two I don't WanNa. See match the year candidates but certainly great great matches that are taking place seemingly on every night especially in blockade. Alright. Well, last night was W and Annex T, and I guess this is what's going on very quickly. Everybody cody came out for a promo announce it next week on dynamite. He is in fact, going to be doing a dog collar match with Brodie Lee for TNT title. So this is not going to be a pay per view match. They are doing this match on TV next week for Free So. If I know cody. See all, audible. I'd. On TNT next week man they were at Oh. Sorry. Go ahead. Now go ahead I thought we were already into the banter stage of this. I i. You know I was surprised highlights here. But go ahead. I was surprised that they went to this thing. So fast in two ways one, the announcement of it I thought that maybe they would announce it for full gear or something like that where he accepts or they draw outer brainy doesn't want him to do some way that they were going to draw it out but they didn't they went right to it and. They're going right to it next week on TV. So it's interesting. You Know Roddy Piper and Greg Valentine is the one most people are we need to point to I know we've had dog collar matches since then but that's kind of like the preeminent one and it was a bloodbath. It was a unsanctioned match from the end of that was the story line going in Piper who'd be able to win get his revenge on Greg. Valentine for damaging his ear and putting him out and that was the. Whole point of that feud was Valentine beat Roddy Piper so bad in the ear that he lost his hearing and the only way that Piper could get him and keep him close was this dog collar challenge Valentine that ended up in a bloodbath at stark aid, and they're doing it on TNT ON TV and I'm not sure what their competition is next week. I know obviously that it it's an next I'm not sure if the vice presidential debate which is actually used to be vice presidential debate. I guess we'll find out if it actually takes place I'll be fine with that one as long as any more presidential debates but that's for a different show but you know it seems like they are really throwing a lot at at a show that I mean competition-wise I'm not going to say it's just a week, but it's just a week. So again, I'm surprised by this maybe this set up something word full gear I don't know, but it was really surprised me they went to it this early. Well. This person here on on twitch does not it is the TNT championship and not the pay per view championship. So I guess the argument would be that if you've got a big match while my argument would be the TNC. Championship should largely be defended on TNT it is the THC championship but. I mean, there was a TV title it didn't mean that the TV title couldn't be defended on a pay per view can be on a pay per view. So I would say very much like WWe's wacky. Got The hell and sell pay per view this that to me if you've got a stipulation match for the TNT title, if you've got a dog collar match a very, very bloody match, my argument would be that you put that match on pay per view and your normal regular one on one no stiff and matches. Those can all be on TV. But I guess there's not a Awa pay per view coming up for a while so. May as well. Just gives everybody something for for free by the way, yes? Yes. Next week, it would be the vice presidential debate. I. Guess. We'll see if there's going to be another presidential debate I. Hope it got to see. Quite frankly, if the presidential debate was going up against aws, it might actually help a W Annex T. That's my theory. Would your wife ever do a flip die for you. We talked about in in the brawl. Yes. So Wife Mike would do anything.
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"Solution we're a national company but locally owned and operated I'm Kim my husband Todd and I own southeastern Wisconsin although there's five offices in Wisconsin and a hundred and fifty three nationwide and we are a free service to family because we are paid by our vetted and recommended community it's cool frankly Greg you have marketing budgets so the new pay us a commission upon placement but the good news is we're able to help families without needing to charge them so it's it's a great service and of course we're looking at the whole person and all of their affordability and acuity we'll be diving into battle little bit here today as well you're gonna be asking you know asking the right questions specially during this the the scope in time but before we get to that let me get some contact information out there your website is S. E. Wisconsin dot Kerr patrol dot com and your phone number is two six two two two three sixty sixty and will give that again towards the end of the segment so asking the right questions specially during Copa del us about that well you know I I wanna practices because I've done a little bit of reading about what's happening with what I referred to as a silver tsunami seniors are still facing Kerr changes even though we're in the middle of a global pandemic right in fact I just read that by twenty thirty will have seventy one and a half million people over the age of sixty five which sounds impressive but the fact is when we turn to the year two thousand it was only thirty five million so we're we're more than doubled here in thirty years and what's interesting is there are eighty L. directivity of daily living and those that are sixty five and older are admitting one functional limitation or one eighty L. and it's eighteen percent that are two or more for it sixty percent of that population that is admitting that they have a need for activities of daily living I'm gonna have Todd drive into that a little bit but what was interesting is when you get to that sixty five and over sixty eight percent of these folks will have a statistical lifetime probability of needing help with at least two eighty L. and perhaps cognitive impairment so this is nothing to be ashamed of this is real deals real kind and real families that are taking care of their loved ones and watching changes in activities of daily living that might need some support so Todd what what are those and what are some of the questions that our families might need to be thinking about this we're looking at care solutions well the first thing that we do it senior advisers as we help narrow down choices for our clients so everyone thinks that you know there's probably a plethora of opportunities out there and it's best to at least narrow in based on certain things such as what's the preferred geography what kind of a room style works some people like to transfer in having more of an apartment set up with some kitchen cabinets and believe it or not some people even if they don't meet the cooker don't cook at home they want to see a star so there so many different options out there that we help narrow things down in with those methods but one of the main components is knowing that Karen violation history of the communities you know and what is the reputation of their staffing levels and so forth we also a look at finances in one and that's a critical discussion and we'll go more into that in a couple more sessions later Greg of course we want to know the acuity of the person because someone who barely uses a Walker to get around is a totally different placement and license and that's the end of swimming that cognitively there's no issues and that's totally different than someone who needs something such as the sit to stand lift or even feeding assistance or even have memory Kerr issues and cannot remember which day it is or their date of birth and and so forth so we never all those things down with the family because we are their advocates we save them time we save them headaches by walking them through the process selection beginning Greg I know you've talked about your folks like you you've had this impact your family you and your wife has had to find care solutions and it is simple with you know mom's missing her medication or the house isn't as clean as it used to be or she's not sleeping at night or you know maybe there's an injury or progression of disease or illness that has caused a major change in life so we just visited Todd's dad on Saturday and he's in a memory Kerr and he turned eighty eight years old and unfortunately we were limited to being outside then we did one of those windows business with balloons and birthday cake on one end that got delivered through the door to the care giver but we are dealing with mom and a one bedroom senior apartment and dad in memory Kerr but it's those eighty L. yeah trying to court but that start to slip a little there's just not enough care and help them to be safe chat in their home chatted with the Kim and Todd Seidel of care patrol yeah it is a daunting task my wife and I went through that looking at looking for a place for mom and dad and and I don't have that you have a like a a little checklist for so before we even to work ahead thank you Greg for asking so the items that will go over with our clients others major categories there's like the general information and the environment.
"national company" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"Growing. It builds name recognition, it gives you it gives you brand recognition people walk into hallmark, or they walk into Wegmans or whatever store it is, and they see your product, and that gives you credibility, and if that product disappears from the shelves of Wegmann, while people are still thinking what happened to that product jump online, and they find that they can order it themselves, so it's even if you're moving away from it now I have to imagine that the hard work and those really. Really. Big Orders paid off just in terms of building the brand over the intervening few years built up a big base for us. We did a thirty five thousand feet order for BJ's wholesale company a couple years ago and even now people still say hey I saw you in the store, and and then they're buying online. So while that was a one off that we still inform the time. It was still great that people still. They recognize our brand with the National Company and And it's definitely paid off for us. Quick question so and I've wondered this because we got ours. I guess about six weeks ago, where kind of towards the end of winter beginning of spring and so it wasn't too hot here in Florida I imagine. It wasn't hard at all where you were anything. Any precautions are things you have to do. During the summer to deal with like the heat, I have to imagine shipping product in the heat is is difficult. We do were very fortunate. Fortunate in that our our main seasons really run October through Easter so that's what we're. GonNa do this five percent of our business. So when it comes to the warm shipments, we do have specially designed insulated containers that we do have a fake foam around the outside, and then we have a nice ice that gives us.
"national company" Discussed on Paul Allen
"I A human being. Yeah my lane is a human being right. Lane is a free thinker by lane my own opinions like I don't have just because it doesn't revolve around football in my in. My opinion is outside of whatever box or over corner. You WanNa put me in as a human being. That's on you. You can tell you can tell people right. Now they have an opinion on on the coronavirus sustain their lane depending on what what What medium there on an who? They work for what they do for living like. Yeah get a grip. People man like. You're a human being. That's allowed to have an opinion and as long as you respect other people's opinions. It's fine that that's why we have opinions because we can move to the discussion forward and think about things in a different way yours truly has received an email to booth at KFI DOT com. Where respectfully caring Lee and lobbying lay? I believe there's an individual who was cracked in the purge. I may share that around the corner but I I want to share the opportunity to win some money. This hour's keyword your chance to win one thousand dollars maybe pay some bills with it. The keywords money Oh yeah get some money by texting money to two hundred two hundred texts money to two hundred two hundred a bunch of rubes have one thousand dollars just for listening to the fan. You could be next money to two hundred two hundred text message and data rates apply and get some of that money or maybe are got some and you've made some plans on what What the spring end or summer could look like what they brand new deck or a deck redone or maybe a porch to timber dot com. Your with Jesse Sing with the company. They they run. 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Think about the girl took to the west side does get in the says the fast when it comes no means all got the have perfect and you can get Nacho Bradshaw Brian inbox booth KFI IN DOT com. A Nick writes this email. The subject of the subject is no longer a Lieber Fan He doesn't seem to get it. Thank goodness Assad line reporting is just a touch better than his common sense when things spike. 'cause people like him scream every day. How this isn't that bad? I hope he gets demolished online. Pat and feels awful for what inevitably will be a horrible take on the situation Turning off the radio now Blah Blah Blah. I responded and You respond Because I responded with kindness and it's I'm not a kill them with kindness Cliche Guy. I'm just like Well wow glad I don't have the main gene that's cool yeah L. O. L. But Dumb Ben formulated an opinion Which means it's neither accurate or inaccurate. It's his opinion and specifically in this business. That right is his and it is rude. Nations right to critically fairly and maturely analyze said opinion and And then and then we move on if that's how we I if that's if we are so inclined so that's basically what my response was. That was Ben's opinion has right to the opinion He gets that chair in the microphone. Every Thursday at ten o'clock no matter what the opinion is obviously I mean obviously outside of something completely lunacy. Fill THAT GIVES PEOPLE IN TROUBLE But anyway that I'm not gonNA say this. Individual was cracking in the purge. Because don't know this individual but it was a little on the mean-spirited side involving an opinion letter not a fact. Okay well a and that's fine. You know I listen are people's opinions that I hear publicly on different forums. That the more they say it and it becomes like that's really how they how they think you know whether I agree with it or not agree with. It makes me more or less of a fence so I get it. Listen I know opinions our opinions and everybody is really entitled to them but yes it can shape how you view people and I'm sorry dude if you if you're no longer a fan of mine you once before and And I said a few sentences that you didn't agree with. I'm very comfortable with that. So sorry to lose you as a fan Maybe I pick up some more fans by standing my ground and speaking my mind but I'm not. I'm not looking at the situation from an insensitive standpoint. I've looked at some of the data Some of the data can be scary. Some of the data can be very encouraging. May I share? Yeah okay So I did a little bit of a little. Bit of research on this Back in April two April twenty third came the New York. Times did a report. So there's been a lot of this antibody testing that's been going on and In certain pockets more than others. The antibody tests are are fairly new inaccurate but this one was a very well researched and Accredited test that was done by a laboratory in New York City in Los Angeles County. So this so this was back in April twenty third. So we're we're well. We're three and a half weeks removed. Yeah so in New York City alone. They randomly tested thirteen hundred people. Twenty one percent of the people came back with positive antibody tests meaning that they've had the virus. Already enriched have recovered so if you take and this is how these re research things where they're doing the same thing now extrapolating percentages and and multiplying a by the masses to give us these projected numbers on both sides of it so I did the same thing. Okay so if out of the eighteen point eight million people in New York City. That's a total population. If now if we use that data to the twenty one percent that's tested positive for antibodies. That's three point. Nine million people have already had the virus in New York City and recovered that means the mortality rate as of that date so I went back and even looked at that date. What was the more tout? Was the death. The number of total deaths on April twenty third. It was eight thousand one hundred and thirty deaths in New York City in the NYC the NYC that puts mortality rate at point. Two one percent point two one percent Los Angeles County did the same thing around the same time. They came out with five percent positive rate for the antibody test. You put that against their total population. That's point two five percent mortality rate. So and we also know with us with that mortality rate who? It's affecting the age that it's a- affecting and the and the people that have preexisting conditions so for me as a forty one year-old healthy person. Yeah that is not around people with with At that age group and have pre existing conditions. Yeah my opinion okay. It is my personal opinion that I want to move freely about the way I wish. Now you you may have a different opinion about it and you may want to go a different way and you may be totally content being inside your whole time. But I'm telling you based on the numbers that are coming out slowly more slowly about how widespread this virus has already been in the people that have already been affected and recovered. I'm willing to take the chance given my demographic that I would like to get back to moving around freely along with my family now And that was beautifully stated there there was an email that I received earlier ready to Nardo off the radio and now all of a sudden. I campaigned him completely. Diseased here Oh I enjoyed the perspective though right and but but I want I wanted to recognize the individual's name as shutdown shoutout. Because he didn't take offense but he was on the other side of okay..
"national company" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"One six twenty and run in their thirty four degrees over here on the east side of Milwaukee or the west side as you pointed out I'm sure would got it all right I was wondering if you this is kind of a I shouldn't say slow time for you but I guess it's a it's a waste of time you can get a deep breath and can get the paperwork out of the way and I'm sure some of that is contracts for taking your line right the at this point of of the year the new year were busy we do have about a thousand lawn care clients and so we we have to prepare the paperwork all of that and I'll tell you a group of people that like to work outside all summer in on ten months of the year gladly give them the city right we do have some clerical staff that helps but you know we that's that's how we keep people busy in important right and the Serie we have them Britain drying up all of the contract which basically it's it's all it's mostly computerized so it's just it's just what is simple a thousand times and doing it when you'd rather be outside yeah so it but it was funny I I started to get some calls loan right after the after the new year were from my class ring are you guys some of the the snow or the long Kerr conference yep we should have we're we're going to be one hundred percent of them are going to be out by the end of this week so all that in about fifteen hundred all together between from and so we'll be glad we will be glad when the last one hits the mailbox but I am and if we get him back again take care well right and we don't do him earlier than this because a lot of times I think if they landed in people's mailboxes over the holidays they get set aside yeah I'll get to that and I'll get to that and it may come up in late March when they find their search their tax stuff when they're digging for their tax papers for I never sent that is but so this is the time to if if if you aren't voice service and then and I want you to be this is the time to get on the phone get on the phone and and it's funny because it might the classic home he said you know this one especially large national companies that calls everybody all the time sit trying to sell them lawn care services so the national the national companies are you know you're sitting at home at night it's either the Republican Party the Democratic Party or a lawn care company right here and year during those calls but you're getting a lot of calls right now give us give us a show we're we're you know we're a local company we we are a little bit more money than we cost a little bit more than the national companies but our programs are are are much they're much more dialed in to one what we're doing here in southeastern Wisconsin as opposed to you know more of a national sure would you mind is my my what is here is not in the York for Cleveland right one if you have a problem you don't call one eight hundred number you call your call is very important he has they're not going to but we are yeah we're we're very eager and and be honored to provide anybody in southeastern Wisconsin with a quote for lawn care and you know we do we offer a five step program and let's look we'll talk a little bit about that because you know what I just was kind of doing some math and I think we're under eight eight weeks we've we've got February and March so about eight weeks or so maybe nine weeks and we'll be hearing hearing will be in April yeah often times you know we maybe even get a little bit busy there sometimes late March is kind of nice so it can be yes and other times were mid April isn't nice but anyway so we're getting closer to spring folks and if you you know we're we do our spring green up is is usually done in early April to early may and then we do an early summer we'd feed and redo a late are a minute I'm sorry a mid summer it's just a gentle fertilizer to help us get through and then we do an early fall application which is weed and feed again and then where we recommend aeration and and and a winter riser application so we can we just cover the whole year the whole year and what number should people.
Decentralization Philosophy Part 1 From Buddha to the Conquistadors
"I've been trying to figure out how to talk about this topic for a while because cryptocurrency is this really kind of strange flat structure. That has all of these little hierarchical structures built on top of it and you can take that analogy and you can really really zoom in on it or you can really really zoom out on it as kind of still true really regardless of how you're looking at it and I think a lot of this has to do with just the nature and sort of the oddness oddness of crypto currency and a Bitcoin as a community right as a movement and as technology that also is attached to people getting rich. Sometimes today I WanNa talk about a topic that I've been calling catalysts and CEOS and take a look at what the crypto currency space looks like. Today what it looked like in the past. Ask Talk about some of the different attributes that got us to where we are today. So Toshi said an interesting precedent. They led with their ideas and to a lesser extent their code and the early sparked a was association that contribution catalyzed first Bitcoin and then the crypto currency movement at large those who believed in that vision given an opportunity to get rich in some cases crazy rich rich and that combination of factors lead. I all coins coins than ICO's SAFT'S STO's and I don't think even talked about on the show before and who knows what will come next because clearly the path of innovation that's occurring here is not over at all but it also created what feels like a strange legacy that we're going to explore today as simply put are charismatic leaders who emerge from that flat structure that is the bitcoin protocol more or less dangerous more or less problematic more or less notable than the mark Zuckerberg's the Elon Musk's Jeff bezos. Goes and Steve. Jobs who really lead their movements. There's not that much of a difference between Associate Akimoto and a Jeff bezos except for the way that they fundamentally went about not inciting the change that now has kind of swept the world in one case kind of the e commerce site of and the other case this digital currency cryptocurrency or blockchain bitcoin movement. Or whatever you WANNA call it. Today's conversation is about decentralized catalysts and centralize CEO's the first thing I thought of when you said SA- Toshi contrasted to Jeff bezos. US was the difference. Between a certain personality type blended with introversion versus extroversion an extroverted rated person who is very smart and capable and intelligent and can see the future almost but wants credit and wants to be the face of an organization and is is comfortable in that role. You end up with someone. Like Jeff bezos. WHO's out there? And he's totally comfortable with that even though he retracts heat sometimes but but she didn't want the credit souto she wants to be behind the scenes and gets everything they needed from just being the mastermind. Mind who's kind of silent and letting other people be the face and I think that's really interesting. If you study personality types. Maybe even like the Myers Briggs. Souto Souto she is like your classic. I N T J personality type. They're like the mastermind architect but they don't need the credit and they don't need to be the face. Jeff Bezos as US would be like an E. N. T. J. who's like the CEO and the leader and wants to be the public face. I think that's a really interesting point. But I think that there's another factor here. Maybe okay which is that. Was it a choice. For Satoshi to take the type of catalyst like behind the scenes never revealed role or was that a factor of the not just the disruptive potential but what was being disruptive of course it was a choice. I mean Saito. She clearly thought through the implications of what they were doing carefully but if they really wanted credit they would have justified some way to take the credit and to be public about it. I think you always have a choice. I think another pretty good way to differentiate so Toshi from Jeff bezos is one of them make several hundred million a year contracting with the CIA Eh and the other one was never heard from one someone spoke to the CIA. I don't know who's point that supports but I think the big different factors that there was a legal path for Jeff Bezos to do what he did and even if he was an introvert. It still a good choice for him to do it. If it winds up that he has all the resources and success. I don't think we see that in practice very often where you have a founder. Who Comes in catalyze is a thing and then leaves before it actually becomes successful and their contribution bution isn't largely replaced by what comes after? I don't think it's so cut and dried that. What Jeff Bezos was doing or wanted to do with there was a legal path for him him? I mean he was doing something that nobody had ever done before. What was that avoiding state sales tax? This is another good point. Jeff bezos has been really interested in Star Trek. He wants to create a star trek future and some of the things he's been doing are totally unprecedented. And so it's not as though you can really say. Oh they're definitely legal because there's never been a legal precedent to establish that they are legal. You could say oh well Ijaz doing things that are a gray area or questionable. But he's he's not asking for permission and that's an admirable quality so you're talking about different levels of challenge and so with Jeff Bezos thing and with examples like like Uber. And other things like that. You are talking about companies that are doing very disruptive things but the question is who are they disrupting and in both of those situations the person or the entity. That's it's being disrupted their state governments and so if you're like a national company and you have presence in many many states that actually gives you the ability to play a bit of a game there. The thing that Uber did is kind of the reverse of what happened with napster. Napster was a decentralized network for file sharing then hit a bunch of national and even global organizations that suited everywhere but it was ultimately fighting these national or global organizations whereas Uber. They weren't fighting any global or national organizations they were fighting lots and lots and lots of little regional monopolies and it's to a lesser extent. Sure about Amazon to every state where they weren't collecting sales tax. Well that was an individual a fight so it's not like they had a problem with the United States. They had a problem with each individual state. Look at what's happened with projects in the lead up to the invention of Bitcoin and all of those centralized charlize alternatives. They were competing with the federal government for fundamentally monopolized right in the right to issue currency and control sort of the dynamics of the money that we all use news. And that's a place where it seems like you couldn't have done this as a CEO because people tried that and they basically all wound up getting arrested or getting all their assets season in many cases giving customers assets assets seized two so as we can see. There are definitely reasons why people do decentralized and centralized organizations whether it's from personal reasons just because they don't want the credit in some cases or in some cases because having the credit is dangerous and on the other hand the advantages of taking on that leadership role. Well the thing about a flat structure is that it's a flat unstructured. So even if you're on top of it still major basically at the same level as everybody else but organizations you know. Companies these are hierarchies for the most part and so if you have that role at the top of that structure well. It's a lot higher than you'd be if you were at the top of a flat structure. All of this comes back to one of my favorite books. It's really short and highly recommended. Did starfish and the spider by Rod Beckstrom Ori Brachman. I read it actually before I became interested in Bitcoin and it was really kind of formation book for me. We've talked about on the show before but it's been like five five years so I figured it wasn't a bad topic to bring up again. The subtitle of the book is the unstoppable power of leaderless organizations. And if you're a fan of decentralized technologies but I've never read it I cannot recommended amended highly enough quoting from the book. A spider is a creature with eight legs coming out of its central body. It has this tiny head and usually eight is. If you chop off the spider's headed headed dies and that's exactly what happens with centralized organization a centralized organization has a clear leader. WHO's in charge? And there's a specific place where decisions are made if you get rid of the leader. You paralyzed realized the organization now. This contrasts with a decentralized organization. which is a fundamentally different animal? It's actually a starfish. At first glance at starfish looked similar to a spider appearance but the starfish is decentralized. starfish doesn't have ahead. The major organs are actually replicated through each and every arm and in reality. starfish is a neural network work. Basically a network of cells instead of having a head like a spider the starfish functions as decentralized network and you can even in nature see situations where a starfish fish has been wounded and for example in arm or even several arms have come off what tends to happen is that actually both pieces will then grow into a complete starfish and it's another another method that they can reproduce. You might say that that's inefficient from a biological perspective to duplicate or pent-up locate editor. How you even and say that word but to make five copies of all of your major orders and neural tissue? GAFFER's them this great advantage of being able to regenerate just from from a small piece it means that while starfish might not have perhaps some of the advantages that a spider does it also isn't vulnerable in the same way. That spider is to damage to you. Know very small parts of it because again it's just not centralized we're GonNa talk about this concept in a different way a little bit later. But what other comparisons do you like besides this kind of starfish in spider for decentralized and centralized organizations and kind of broader question that I wanna come to his how many companies do we actually think or how many any projects do we actually think like rough. ballpark percentage in crypto actually are starfish versus. How many might be using a network that is a starfish but in reality the are themselves
"national company" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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Fears grow that China could weaponize rare earth minerals in U.S. tech war
"Might throw up barriers between manufacturers and the rare earths. They need and Japan may come through with rare earths of their own and save us all. Yeah. Turns out today is a clip show. It was not last week story about China stifling, rare earth that I was thinking I'd heard before nor last year story about Japan finding a bunch either. Let's go back to the twenty six March twenty thirteen either. So what is Chinese media seemed to have it out for apple right now, there, have it in for them Giga highlights idea, presented in a piece from the Wall Street Journal, the journal the bad PR could be the Chinese government's way of defending national companies from being beaten by foreign competitors or its way of doing more to encourage the growth of domestic smartphone companies and eat away at dominant foreign companies such as Upul cult of MAC. Meanwhile, sees three possibilities for the rift won. The iphone is the greatest tool for freedom and democracy, movements, and similar teeny Asli the greatest tool for suppressing dissent, tracking dissidents and monitoring the conversations and movement's political troublemakers idea. Number two, apple draws a persistent spotlight on unsafe and inhumane conditions for factory workers in China and number three China doesn't want apple to kill domestic competitors. That can be controlled by the government like Hugh way. All of this is up expect China to overtake the US as its largest. Market any minute. Now that could certainly drive apple to one to keep the Chinese government happy, or at the very least keep it from being unhappy. There's another reason to though, rare earth metals. I know that sounds like more than one reason, but rare earth metals are pretty much thought of as a thing, not several things. Jealous dot com says rare earth, metals, and allies, that contain them are used in many devices that people use every day such as computer memory, DVD's, rechargeable, batteries, cell phones, car, catalytic, converters, magnets, fluorescent, lighting, and much more. So you can see why they would be important to a company like apple and just about any company that makes anything besides bread. Now, guess where we get most of our rare earth metals, if you said, China, you move ahead five points today's game to an article from the telegraph out of the UK China has a near total monopoly in the heavier end of the spectrum, though, it has also the dominant supplier of the whole rare earth complex after driving rivals out of business in the nineteen nineties, it still accounts for ninety seven percent of global supply. Sue, probably apple has to shut up and take what China gives right? Mel sure wouldn't seem like that last week though the telegraph article I just quoted as a really interesting headline Japan breaks. China's stranglehold on rare earth metals with see, mud bonanza Sima, bonanza, by the way, worst desert ever. According to little research. I did online, rare earths aren't actually that rare. But you need to find them in high concentrations, and that's rare. But now, the telegraph says Japanese scientists have found bast reserves of rare earth, metals on the Pacific seabed that can be mined cheaply a discovery that may break the Chinese monopoly on a crucial raw material needed in tech industries and advanced weapon systems. We have found posits that are just two to four meters from the seabed surface at higher concentrations than anybody ever thought existed, and it won't cost much to extract said, professor. Yes. A hero Kato of Tokyo University. Eighty the leader of the team professor Kato, by the way, not a fan of China, China, according to the telegraph began to seriously restrict rare earth exports in two thousand nine they said that was to combat smuggling and environmental abuse, though. Kato says their real intention is to force foreign companies to locate plants in China. They're saying if you want our rare earth metals, you must build your factory here and weaken then steal your, Doug -nology professor, Kato expects production of the metals could begin in a couple of years, that's much better than the decade. The US figured it would need to get production up and running here and. Knows it may give China a little time to consider how it wants to do what it wants to do going forward. Now, the idea of apple production, going anywhere else may seem silly, then again, there are rumors from time to time it's chief manufacturing partner.
Will tobacco companies capitalize on cannabis legalization?
"Who writes, there's been a lot of talk about investments being made in cannabis companies from outside the industry. Do you think tobacco companies are looking at cannabis legalisation as a strategic opportunity seems to me that there would be fewer logistical hurdles on the part of these companies that already grow and distribute of Ryan of leafy products. David, what do you think Phillip called it this week? It was rumored that Altria is rumored to be look. To invest in a Canadian cannabis producer. A free is the name that keeps coming up as far as the producers they're looking at within Canada. I think the biggest question here is why did takes along long because it's been almost a year since constellation brands. I invested in canopy growth and they re up that investment in a huge way in August and along the way you have more and more of these multi-national companies getting more comfortable. I think with the legal framework of the legal cannabis industry in Canada and elsewhere. See Coca Cola Diaz yo PepsiCo all mentioning that other sort of at least keeping an eye on exploring potential partnerships with cannabis companies in Canada. But I think this is a testament to the fact that these companies are getting more comfortable with the idea that the US federal government won't intervene with these kind of deals. So far, constellation brands hasn't had dealt with really any legal headwinds, at least from the US government. So it's probably an indication that these companies expect full federal legalization of cannabis to happen in the US sooner than later. If you're on the board of directors at Altria and UC coke. Cola and Pepsi or kicking the tires on this industry. Yeah, you have to be wondering why you're not. Yeah. And you also have to take a step back and realize that per capita cigarette consumption, at least in the US has been cut in half since two thousand. So there are clearly headwinds when it comes to tobacco use, but cannabis is potentially a healthier alternative to get a similar high, and you know, kind of
"national company" Discussed on 1A
"Level folks at the major national companies as well as large cities that both have disposal as well as recycling the the the large national companies have high roi return on investment from they're recycling facilities or at least they did until recently as a result of the recent problems that china has caused i do agree with the notion that states and cities have to step up that we need stronger regulation we need stronger enforcement of existing regulation and i think what we really need to do is have a more holistic view about the way stream and how recycling is part of the critical infrastructure of the united states that needs to be maintained we should talk about china for a minute it's been making a lot of headlines around the world here's some of what we've been hearing late china has introduced new restrictions on the import of foreign waste much of it dotty will hazardous we used to send our recycling to china china has had 'basta from january i is the official date it could have significant impact on the recycling industry around the world some reports from the bbc from npr and elsewhere david could you briefly basically explained to us what's going on with recycling and china does this mean that recycling in the us is in trouble because of what's happening in china so late last year china announced that beginning in two thousand eighteen it was going to both not permit certain types of waste material into the country as well as a restrict certain other types of recyclable material depending on how contaminated they were as a result of that prices have decreased significantly since china was the consumer of the majority of exported material from both the united states and canada as well as the eu as a result where you have seen material start to pile up at certain parts of the country more material is being domestically process that lower prices and unfortunately in certain places some.
"national company" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"It really came down to to national companies with the national siddique shin once jim crockett promotions bought mid self wrestling the uwsa as it had been redubbed briefly before that off from the watson at something i talked about which jim ross couple of weeks back when interviewing him about his new autobiography sauber nocker so the end of a uefa was the name of the promotion that rick flair was the main factor of and the world champion open he was kind of the the rival of cocoa the whole kogan led wwf and at that time fans like two days ardent fans of wwe and a new japan kind of saw the the breakdown similar the nws was closer to new japan and bully club and the delivery office closer to wwe with wrestlers who deserve better running out of punk is on their head and you know doing corny thanks so the end up with you a ton of represented wrestling that the of wrestling the way that adult males especially liked more than some of the more slapstick sports entertainment de stuff that was the proclivity of the took man's philosophy and approach and stop and then they change a ladder steadily savvy to feel more national and for all kinds of other reasons and then the mud at at war happened in the end up at your way ended up just turning into a three letters owned by regional territories regional promoters that really didn't have an actual presence and it was just promoters would pay to be part of the national wrestling alliance so they could use the end up anyway letters legally on a poster or in some advertising and maybe draw some extra fans because it had an aura of legitimacy to it when they tried to draw fans in that region who remember the nwa being king.