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"nigiera" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"All right and we are back here on the gsm see fantasy football podcast for the third segment of today's show. We're gonna talk about my fantasy. Teams will go through them where i am currently my match ups who i started all that stuff and talk about some of the players in a little bit concerned about You know after the sunday slate of games. So let's get right into that someone to start on my espn leagues. I'll talk about my standard league. So currently i'm arginine one to ninety six and some of my best performers in this matchup cuyler mary. Thirty eight points. Dow cook fifteen austin thirteen. I still have aaron. Jones left to play now on the other side. My match up to the person that i'm playing against mccaffrey who had nineteen nigiera's. Thirteen can ten brand mcmanus. Got this guy twenty two points. That is insane. Okay so now i have. Aaron jones left. Any is tj hodkinson left. Now think aaron jones lava good game. I think it'll be alright. Tj hodkinson. i think we also have a good game. But i don't know i mean i think aaron jones is definitely going to want to. You know. have a much better game after the kind of performance that he had last week against the saints. So i'm gonna say that he does well enough that i'll probably get a win but it's going to be closed and do need hodkinson to do well in another league which get into in a little bit so then let's get into my other. Espn league my second My second and only he has an league. I didn't really do a ton this year. Everything moved over to sleeper. Now everybody's been doing sleeper. So i'm up one hundred to ninety one and yeah probably not going to win. I have hopkinson in this league as well. So i need hopkinson do good but i also do bad. It's just at yeah that see. That's the problem when you're doing so many fantasy leagues. This is the problem that you're going to have is because now your players on one team that he needs to do good and then you need them to do not so good because you're playing them in another league and that is across all my leagues have that problem and i mean some leagues. I'm not gonna win others. I might but yeah. I'm probably not going to win because now the person i am playing against says aaron jones and davante adams so i'm not winning. I'm not winning this week. I am definitely not if i do win. Somehow that is a miracle but yeah no shot. Cooper cup was on my bench. Thirty six point eight fantasy points is the ppo league. Yeah should've started him. My top performance in this league acura twenty two point. Five ridley had nineteen point. Three dalvin cook at sixteen point. Eight mahomes at twenty four point zero. Two so yeah. Those are my top performers. Yes steelers defense negative one. They really just have not been while they were going against buffalo but they were not good against the raiders Yeah i think. Cooper needs to be in my starring because so far looking at his. Pr numbers last week. Against the rams he had twenty or against the bears twenty three point. Eight and then against indy. This week thirty six point eight. I mean he has been really good with matthew stafford and like i've mentioned robert woods like very briefly. Robert woods really hasn't done that much with matthew stafford. He has been you know a little bit of a disappointment so far this year. So i'm looking. I'm hoping that matthew stafford and him develop more of a connection as you know we go throughout the season. But it's really concerning robert. Woods has been a consistent fantasy option and he really him and stafford really have not developed a connection yet. And that's something to keep an eye on. Because i do have them in the standard league and if i go back to the standard league for a second robber wooden cd. Limited to starting wide receivers. Robert woods only had six fantasy points now. Portland sautin is going to get more targets now. That jerry judy is out now. Do i star cortlandt sutton over robber woods. Do i start. Curtis samuel are sorry. Curtis samuel is out. I'm mean deebo samuel. Deebo samuel deebo samuel over robert woods. I mean that's another thing i mean. If you got the same problem you gotta ask yourself that to his robert woods just has not been that consistent so that is something to keep an eye on but yeah so. I'm probably going to win in the league in the standard league but in the league. I'm probably going to take the l this week. Because he's got aaron jones and davante adams only up by nine. Am in that league. And i got hopkinson. So i just don't think that haagen is gonna outscore aaron jones and davante adams. And if he does that's a miracle so now let's transfer over to the sleeper app and talk about the three leagues that i am in in that format so let's go through my dynasty leagues so in the first one. We'll talk about so right now. I am losing one. Fourteen point three six to sixty five. And i was last week. Only i dropped and i drop in the league. I dropped ninety two in that league. I believe last week. Actually we can look at the schedule right now. No i dropped ninety nine in that league last week and then this week i sixty five. However i've aaron rodgers that has yet to play davante adams robber tanya n- and mason crosby those four guys are going to really have to step up and i'm down by forty plus points. Those guys are gonna have to step up and they're gonna have to play a key role in coming back in this game because right now it doesn't look too good and right now. My friend is actually projected to one hundred percent. Beat me in this matchup for some reason this sleeper app. It's very delayed when they're updating and stuff i. I don't know what. I don't know what the story is with that away. Now i just clicked on it again now. It says i have an eighty nine percent chance of winning. I don't i don't understand. Sleeper is a little a little strange with that but yes right now i still have an eighty nine percent chance of winning are projected squirrel..
"nigiera" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Said they're eight nine nine and eight team. That's gonna win them. Nine games right games. Maybe a win nine. Maybe at eight. I feel like a team. That wins one way. They're defensive line. And i said that's about the dallas cowboys. Thursday cowboys can beat one way shootout. The cowboys had lost seventeen straight games when they didn't score thirty points. They have to score thirty. This team has to face average offensive lines and when they do. This is what will happen why. I bet the steelers this weekend. But i don't see their traits and by the way it's week one super bowls or not one in september if they were andy reid would have seven and bill ballot check would have won. It's bella checks weakest month and he's best month but if you look at the best teams in his league cleveland. Excellent line rams excellent online. Kansas city baltimore. Tampa most of your. The buffalo is rare good team shaky online. Most of the good teams will not be completely utterly unraveled by the steelers. Excellent front seven. When i watched him yesterday. It's not a shot but they can't run the ball last year. They can't run this year. They get no push nigiera's fine but he and ben didn't click a chase cables amazing rest of the receivers. You can have chases great and this game played right into it. They're very proud team. Now mike tomlin and he's impossible to argue with. He is the greatest quote and the history of the league shuts. Guys like me up and he does make a point. We're not worried about style points. We'll let you guys right whatever stories you wanna write man. We knew it'd be tough sledding. Taking a great defense continuity. Not only in players but schematics. We're playing them in their place. We had a bunch of new pieces. You know we we. We weren't style point oriented today. We just had to win this game. I'm not gonna argue with that and that's my point. They have to win ugly because their offensive line's not good enough to win. Pretty ben is a home run quarterback not inefficient guy. Not the accurate guy. And he's averaging five point nine yards an attempt matt stafford average over twelve and he's more accurate generally as a thrower. So i don't see traits that where. We'll cleveland has great traits. They don't by the way. When cleveland leads everybody at half. They're not gonna face mahomes. Tyreek kill travis kelsey. Cleveland's gonna win this. Division cleveland's traits are excellent for the season. Pittsburgh is just gonna monster front seven but watch when cleveland and pittsburgh meet cleveland offensive lines the best football first or second best. Cleveland will not be completely disrupted by the steelers. Front is still think i have the number right on pittsburgh. Maybe they're nine and eight nine eight nine one more heard the heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search her to listen live or on demand whenever you like where colin was right. Shocker distracted noisy moody. Aaron rodgers and the packers were awful yesterday in fact of all the teams in the nfl. They scored the fewest points. Think about that. Aaron jones davante adams aaron rodgers. Matla fluor worst offense in the league and this is a rebuilding saints defense. Maybe aaron could stop discussing his off season and his moods and how it's landing forum. Just go play dude. no touchdowns. Two picks didn't look prepared. Noisy off. seasons seattle's was noisy for about two weeks. Green bay is still talking about errands. Still discussing how this all lands for me. Get over yourself. Where colin was wrong. I don't think i've ever had a winning week week. One of blazing five two and three. We had the steelers plus Six and a half and we did have the panthers. One that i apologize for the lions there are two teams i will never again detroit and atlanta and i can not believe i doubted justin herbert my apologies to the herbert family. He is great where colin was right. It's amazing how effective sam darnold is when you know. He has weapons and a run game and can play with an occasional lead. Darnold wasn't great but he went twenty four of thirty five. Two hundred eighty yards one touchdown no picks rushing touchdown and a passer rating of one to sam. Doesn't throw the prettiest ball. zach wilson. Toes a prettier ball. Sam has his flaws sometimes. He plays quarterback like linebacker. But he's a really talented kid and when you don't ask them to be the entire life preserver and you just ask him to be a really important or in the boat. He's a good player. Who can make plays and he played with a lead. It's funny little protection. Little run game. Who wins games in this league. Where colin was wrong. Did the philadelphia. Eagles look as good and as buttoned up almost any team in the league. I gotta give nick serianni credit. He may be batted. a microphone. Jalen hurts totally in control. I thought they came in with an offensive and defensive game plan. I mean they really look buttoned up. Some of that has to be coaching influenced. Listen i said. I think i have a verbal bias. If you're bad at the microphone. I judge you too harshly but i watched them play. And i'm like. I don't know kind of a decent football team. I will say this tight end. Group is really good and between devante smith rookie receiver and the kid drafted out of tcu rigor a couple of years ago. They got speed it wide receiver as healthy. It looks like a fairly productive offense where colin was right. We told you that miami new england. It's literally the same team facing one another. And if you watch that game i did. It was literally mirror images of each other. The quarterbacks smack jones was okay touchdown no pick sufficient to was okay at touchdown. Pick one bad throw the coaching styles. The defenses special teams the excellent corners. The differences miami has got a little more juice and speed on the outside. But i said new england. This year is going to look like miami last year. Not good enough to win the super bowl. Good enough to wildcard team. Get to the playoffs. Maybe when a playoff game. I thought yesterday i don't even. I don't think necessarily the better team one and i don't think the worst team lost and i think if they played ten times they split them right down the middle at five five. And that's what you saw yesterday where colin was raw. Listen andy dalton. It's not gonna work. He's not enough juice. Listen i thought lytham start a veteran. Don't put a rookie in the crosshairs of s-o-f-i stadium and aaron. Donald and andy can plan control. But if you look at the quarterback chart where he throws the ball everything's underneath nothing over twelve yards in chicago. Guess what they need juice and also. This is not a championship team. This is not like the niners who were going back and forth. That's a super roster. Don't screw around in the nfc west wind games. Garoppolos been here. Chicago's not a super bowl team. And and when you watch that last night watch how. The bear players reacted to the justin fields touchdown. Like like they want him to play. Can't fool the players where colin was right been saying this for years aggressive winds. Bsec's the most aggressive college football conference. They're stealing your teams. They're stealing your girlfriend's the nfc west has the most aggressive gm's in the league yesterday. The niners the cardinal seattle won convincingly on the road the rams won convincingly at home all these teams. they don't they don't have first round picks they give up their first round picks that go make massive traits they get. Jj watt they get matt stafford. They get these are the most aggressive teams arguably in the nfl. They're all in the same division. Yesterday is a great example of something. I preach constantly aggressive wins in sports dana white. Ufc we're gonna go retina island milakovic. We're going to rent nyland aggressive wins. You're gonna get blow back on twitter. There's gonna be criticism of it fails for the most aggressive teams all in.
"nigiera" Discussed on African Tech Roundup
"In on free important questions related to not steaks and cultivating trust in real ability in low. trust market. i. She tackles the notion of an open drug market in talks about where moose nigiera's drugs come from. Then she explains how startups like south are trying to improve levels of customer trust while improving drug safety and finally she touches on the importance of addressing unreliable sector data and how collecting data and use it. Intelligently can be a game changer. The concept of open market was new to me when i came to nigeria and i didn't really understand it until started looking into the concept of men's at at a friend who died from taking a fake larry bill and i was just talking to people about it and they were also done sharing stories about people having taken a fake or substandard medication. And the more that i talked about this thing the more people would just say me to and just everybody had story and even people outside of nigeria had the same stories and i just saw this trend into that was kind of the inspiration for months at throughout that journey of of just kind of thinking about this concept in getting more information about it i did run into the concept of the open drug market and so basically you know. You've got a situation in nigerian context for example but it's a similar situation across africa where the regulations for pharmaceutical industry might actually be quite strict right and so that was the first kind of like wait wet moment for me because it's like it's almost like there's an over regulation of the pharmaceutical industry in nigerian context over-regulation so it's very hard to register one product and then you have to register. If you're a pharmaceutical company you've got many products and so it becomes potentially overbearing to register all of your products and then set up distribution. You know maybe a warehouse in the new gotta figure out. Distribute your products across the country. You know we have a poor infrastructure You've got all of these hospitals pharmacies that are using papers so no one's really online and there isn't really a way to forecast or even just understand very well who needs your product. Where what time at what right of course you can do door to door surveys. And things like that but there are many reasons why information or data whether it's from a government perspective or federal or state or even just your own private efforts why you might not be able to trust that if it's door to door were based off of paper records and so what you then have. Is you have global pharma. Pretty much saying countries like nigeria might not have the market for us in comparison to the rest of the world. And so it's better to work with importers and so you've got that importers the massive importers that have a lot of capital have the capacity to build the warehouse but they might also just be someone who in the early two thousands called up a global company and said. Hey i'll be your representative in. Nigeria can really just be that simple. And so you've got this. You know lack of uniformity as it pertains to palo medications actually into the country. And who's allowed to do so and then of course you've got this very strict regulation that makes it financially very hard to really in investment and so because of all of these of reasons you then have the drive for many different actors to import medications on their own in might be a doctor who has to make sure that they've got the specific medications for their patients so they go to uk or they go to the us in greenwich themselves. It might be a complete illegal outfit. That's doing that knowingly. It could be cross-border purchases and things like that so there's many different ways or reasons. Why a medication might come into the country registered or unregistered and so the big issue for everyone whether it's registered medication or not is. How do you move this medication right. And so if you've got this whole industry that's a bit. Antiquated is not online. Not tech savvy per say and nothing is transparent than an open market or marketplace or meeting. Place where people can come together and actually settle and trade products works and so obviously we know that african markets are quite common right. That's the way that other products deal with a lot of these issues describing and so. The pharmaceutical industry has the same problem. So yeah there's a market basically have all the medications that you may need for your hospital. Pharmacy hop up. You know with the suppliers in that market or the importers in that market selling their medications to you know hot people representing hospitals or pharmacies or resellers that come into the market looking to get the price of medications and see and touch the medications. Make sure there that they can hold gun and then bring them back to their off takers which might be a hospital pharmacy or even a patient. And so that's why the open drug markets exist and the reality is is that they really do serve a massive need in the country so right now if you were to close and open drug market you would literally cripple healthcare industry in nigeria because not all of the hospitals and pharmacies. You know have transparent way to figure out how to get all the medications that they need at the price that they need when they need and so people go to the open where it is and a lot of these medications are coming from china or india majority of them we know if you can go to china and they had their own issues with fake and substandard products india as well and india also has a problem with fake and substandard medications of course if there are people in the pharmaceutical industry that are only care about making profit than you know. Country like nigeria is a great place to do so because of these issues. And that's where the open drug market can become dangerous right because yes you've got a lot of great actors in players who are just trying to make sure that the hospitals or clinics can get access to a medication by being in one place but then you also have people who know that being able to tell the difference between this medication or that medication to the untrained eye. Or without any type of you know. Medical or laboratory intervention is hard. It's a perfect opportunity to potentially pass through sake or substandard medications which is another issue. So that's overall the open drug market and the complexity of why it's there and so men's f. was was built to say. Hey let's simulate the good things about this open. Drug market transparency understanding where the medications are.
"nigiera" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
"You look at your age that no push you lock your office. Why you can be used this present present or not. They lock people up to asked this questions. They will have nowhere to run to and to nigerian. Shoes pat picking a decision. You use your office of press people when you poem finished talking to people you know so goddamn before because my father has named missiles happened to jacob zuma said oh finally arrest again i jump bill because they don't become a no that'd be trae. Alfie corrupt lifestyle. Because russia was not just on money losers. The with their contact beauty started for maybe corruption. Go beyond these. I saw with the morass follow. Let me these dot collecting money. And know jacob zuma murphy go free. I have to name him because mick. Niger take nosy as we talk. So south africa former purpose. Good try now and motta di micco ego boost it down. So what did i try talk. The pinpoint should be put up a position. Imagine major politicians gives the nature. Population alamoudi statistics. You'll discover the re nigiera's giresse damn really be the main number. Yes sir i'm not. There are very few group. What did not respect percents. Lower denby manipulated the country. And so when you finish your you return back and comfort you repackage on metal your bedroom. Well it's a good pilot holdouts when you know as soon as i finish idea. Report his life after offices. Not now go ahead finish what you do. When you go return that will. Combat nagin and on medicaid got people. We don't use it for something said something kinds of our governments. Don't discuss about one hundred million people forever..
"nigiera" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"So the of yet game being busy sending me things they think i'm going to need fru. Instagram twitter everything else. These ads apparent and the ad that i got this week. Come from shave club and it was sad and it was suggested down. That cam made easy. Get everything you need to look feel and smell your best delivered right to your door and the choice was one. White charlie's the slightly julius dodgy swamp. Stop bull sprite. Now what do you. What do you do with the pool spray. I mean do you have to lift the old boy. Up and spray underneath Do you have to move the mou. The baubles to one side and the and spray on the christmas sprite i mean. What do you need to do is is quite confusing to say the least with your Swamps dot ball sprite. I mean what have you done. Have the sweaty betty swaps issue. I mean if you don't have that will little bit of baby powder suffice. But i i is all the trying to say that i am sweaty below the belt. That'd be that's possibly what is being said him. And i don't know about the one white charlies. I didn't think. I wanna put any charlie's nearby never agents to say to safe to say the least but that is what the l. a. al's introduced to me this week. It was the swamp stop ball spring and amazingly mind mind. Thanks to donald. Trump's bona's famous sayings about draining the swamp. I think when it comes to the bulls sprite. I do not want my swamp drained. I am a little bit concerned about my lack of passion for pyrotechnics. They had the big firework displays. I mean it did seem like we're in the midst of Is royalva has palestine. The day there are so many fireworks going off and it was pretty bloody awful and it scares. Dogs is scarce mothers away from the children Checks just hatched fox's badges whatever it is is kasim away but these are exploding all over the shop and i really should've felt masculine. I wasn't excited about the pyrotechnics. There was no passion for the polytechnics and romania. It seems to be something that american men love but they also light wearing white trainers and long socks and undershirts all the time There a lot of men out there launching fireworks in their flammable undershirts. And i was a little bit worried about it to say you know where where some pure continent which isn't flammable fuel lighting. Up your fireworks. That's my suggestion anyway. but I i should put the appleton blocked out the sound because they were they were blowing up behind me in front of me. Everything else it was. I felt like Georgia third matt king george was being bombarded on on some cool treason. Day some cool freedom. So hawking back a little bit to nineteen sixty six today On the music important butler addition on spotify playing a couple of tracks off the revolver the beatles album which is one of my favorite Beatles albums alvin revolver was the seventh studio album by the english rock band. The beatles released fifth of august. Nine hundred sixty six including the aa site eleanor rigby. The album was the beatles fun recording project before their retirement live performance among the group's most avert uses technology to date on an advanced on rubber soul of nineteen sixty five it also became regarded one of the greatest most innovative albums in the history popular music. We've recognition centered on the range of musical styles. Diverse sounds and lyrical content. It was recorded between april and june. Nine hundred sixty six and released on the fifth of august so after the world cup in nineteen sixty six. It was It was released in the united kingdom. The album contained fourteen tracks gradually distributed to radio stations weeks before the release in north america revolvers used to eleven songs capitol records which admitted three appearing on june nine hundred sixty six lp yesterday and today the release also coincided with the beatles final concert tour and the controversy surrounding lennon's remark. The band had become more popular than jesus revolve supposed salt and pepper hakka. Banned in many critics estimation as the beatles album. I mean in some of the production techniques. They serve at the spirit. Studio experimentation evident rubber saw with the beatles increasingly involved in the production of music george martin's role the juicer change the way they facilitated and collaborated and their band relied on him and making the conception of the recordings they made. The beatles have a new a recording engineer on the project. Nineteen year old. Jeff emerick Who talked about the revolver pre-production hesse process instead. The band used the studio crew each song which often an outline of the composition. Sp shortly before the start of the sessions lennon said that they're considered making the album of continuous flow of tracks without gaps to differentiate between each song. So hawking back to nine hundred sixty six fifty five years ago. We have some lovely tracks from the beatles revolver help so we need to think of ways distracting and dissuading the italians on sunday and one of the things i saw in the week and i love her. To death was an absolute abomination by nigel lawson. The stetzer the most noma but she tried to decree a new dish. Mom might pastor now. Let the australians. Have their vegemite. And i'll give them all the laws of mom might as well. I know there was a shortage last year. I don't care. I'll drive a scraper toilet bowl. The neat marmite and jealous marmite. Pastor could be the thing that can put the italians off game on sunday. So i think that we need to uber. Eats grubhub deliver whatever it is now. Jealous mama pastor to the italian football team just before the game. I think that would distract them. Which further mafia game. I think they would be weighted down with the yeasty heavy laden pastor that niger delicate. That's one idea. I also thought that we could infiltrate the italians. London hotel and send over and put pineapple all over their pizza. I think we need to catapult pineapple ridden pizza over the targets of the hotel into the italians hotel rooms and put them off. Nothing puts an italian off more than pineapple on the pizza. I think it could be the thing that allows linda bring it home. We could remind them of the bucatini shortage. Is that still going on. That could make a thick lushes bigger than spaghetti thickness spaghetti stroll like bucatini was on a shortage japan last year. If you could talk to them about the bucatini shortage and get them all so emotional. I think that could put them off their game as well. These are the things that we need to do. But i think between nigiera's marmite pete marmite pastor pizza all. You're getting a couple of cans of pineapple into sprinkly over that pizza. I think the boys of england could bring it home with a little bit of gentleman gamesmanship. So now keep calm and cauliflower cheese. We have.
"nigiera" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates
"You. That's the output for medication with this do you can do. We've seen Many schools trying to use the online system in many cases yes not being effective in a few cases yes it has been He's worked out of the experiences where the online system much the odds of music school some schools to catch up with loss time. So what do viral on? There would be like this crisis. It's as evidence that the current challenges may become the new normal. What are the scenarios that will confront us in the nearest future? And how will this impact the livelihood of Nigiera's? Do you think this scenarios would be festival? This would be starting on price movements because of course into sixteen cruella ladles into recession arrived. Burqas out of the session but one interesting thing about the pop up. He was just so we had e V ship recession visa. V ship recession such safety. Draw the line and save means you just wind down then you came out so we went into a recession in two thousand sixteen by the first quarter by the second quarter. Tony Seventeen Economy Radio Coloring Alto of recession. So but this time so many factors that I guess the the Komo meets also not dish onto the five W. Price Lou. I would like new. Remain a little You know this virus continues He's also the five and comical out so so scenarios would be based on on. How how what is for your price going forward into the second. How long can we sustain these economic? Look down and also I think more important. Dan Wilson needs to government intervention. What I'd be policies as to show that we limited the impacted negatively about those look down on these nets is all citizens household on all economic agents. So I think I'm basically that's Macho to determine whether we we remaining recession for a long time is is more lockdown itself so we we've we do restriction of movement on lockdown of month sentence sentences. I think that in itself is one key. One key activity of one key factor. That would drive economy down into a recession ensure that we stay there for quite a long time so what we are basically doing what we've been doing the last few months and injuries to save lives or seeing the coming. But I think it's very important that we we don't make it either. Our situation we do. We have to save lives. Steve The C. Licensee VLAD moves on the end of the recession or economic fresh on the top significant impact. On and do less of people people will lose their jobs who who most become poor and that's how they generational effects on livelihoods on the on the chew. Drain UNBORN GENERATION ON. The of course is also cited pickle. Crime Rate's crime rate's could also lead to loss of lives so you declaring situation. I think it's not going to be rosy furniture Going forward especially giving all the praise your points from the oil price baked lockdown as it went to the fact that clued production ninety is struggling to satellites Two trees also being affected five foreign investments COMMUN- on those who even look investments are being without you know at this time of uncertainty. I think that's one key that keep key factors that definitely bleed Determine how the economy would certainly AIDS looking? More like economy would be heat so the pushed on these people in the box being in there. How long are we going to stay in every session on how long what do we need to do to ensure that we? I would to reduce the number the length of of recession So so it means came would probably have a huge shift recession. So it's going to lose theater for a long time before so this can be offset if interventions meant interventions up properly structured and ensure that they reached those affected households and businesses. I think that's one of the Nigerian. Economy IS HEAVILY. Reliant on the oil sector and despite several efforts we seem not to have fully diversified economy. But what policy. Directions will be effective at this time to drive economic expansion and on the long term diversification devastation longtime immobile. Diversify here I mean you. You want to change. The structure of economy defined period of time. So a year is not something to be something that active shooter outdoor part of the problem. You're seeing now. We haven't done what we should have done but mind you let me see the I. I don't think that menderes programs poodle because of a couple of weeks apples because or reliance on Hulu because I can examples from countries like Saudi Arabia countries like Russia. We've got on these countries heavily dependent. Budo SAUDI ARABIA. For instance relies so much for. What's different between nature you up when you moved to see for the future so be have reserve so by GM or combined with his monkey side to become adequately finance government finance TV. Few hot teams that toward the we. We we don't have that. I mean Saudi Arabia disease tend to be barrows and enjoyed struggles to given to Tara's body so that tells you that even in terms of the oil itself. I we really rich to help you find not only reach. Why do we always think the problem? The problem itself. How we don't we haven't done what we need to do. Over the year so part of which is savings for the future acquiring. We even see how much it took awhile to to even get this over wolf on into appreciate the excess crude-oil account in challenge being he because he sees every money that comes into the edition common shared across the Tweety of government. So that's an easy when it tells you that we'd be ready to see for the future because when he's being seat dot the time. I remember this did go. They want that. Show one eight legal to start saving using the lower no of this lack consciousness about saving for the future for my remember. I one of the lead us ain't on handed you. We need these here. You're they will always be here that we don't have to see if we really it's already here to Sadat's mentality of those about don't have thought seasons coach John Winnie when we need these like these call. We have nothing to even use the code on me's diversified if oil council one percent duty. Pm Manufacturing accountable fifty percents of GDP funding from China. Account for seventy percent. Goldman of any maybe seven coming from taxes on cool at this time with the lockdown. Are you GONNA Tax Business? So you must have something to fall back to about savings coach. I think that's one thing so we often most and discuss about oil deemed appropriate sometimes than clues. That it's not just about Roy. Yes I agree. That doesn't have too much to lose it or ECON but all that sector shoot contribute as much through the east to to maybe X. reserves a crash on or to export earnings or even to go mentioning the economic indicates Keyed Clinic Indicators. But at the same time will we must be able to see for the rainy day. I think that's very key in terms of the policy. Response going forward what I think we need to do. I'd like to draw insights from the. GimMe Janet Comics Came jumping up. Keynes's you Fred to the Permanent Palma may twentieth century. So timing like these. We need to spend our way out of meant ensure that we we spend spend money in the right places. I gave it to us to be able to poor to even the Middle Income. People that have lost exhausted. Yeah savings because that's basically what he's been doing across the world countries know that this is this your design these teams and be tried as much as possible rates the pains of citizens on this axis and the UK for yourself. You come out of the business or knife. He can do this season. As fake nine counties Larry's you can go online logic counseling and then your. Your businesses will be supported in several countries. We've seen been handing cash to seat citizens you know that that needs to survive on at this point so I think these are things that we need to take seriously and it's not just about Nelson billions.
"nigiera" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Was a survey done in California. February March business survey seventy one percent of respondents said that they had to pass increased costs onto consumers by raising raising prices. Seventy one percent sixty four percent of employers said they decrease the hours of that their employees worked. And forty three percent cut costs by eliminating jobs. So limiting jobs could mean either they fired people or they did not grow like they would have if these new minimum wage costs were not employed. Right. So that's that affects every business every single business did one of those things in order to make ends meet. So the minimum wage is just another tax hurts low income people the most, and obviously, hurts, these businesses. So here's a see going back to her district with bad ideas. More bad ideas that hurt even the business that she herself used to work out. Okay. So let me go back to Thomas. Soul now and Africa. He says, Thomas says that yes, Europeans did some bad things to Africa for one hundred years or so. And it could have been way worse brushes for way longer. Because the saying this is interesting by the same diseases that the Europeans, brought to the new world and killed a bunch of natives here in vertically. Not the same diseases, but diseases also kept Europeans out of Africa for a long time, because they would come to Africa and be killed by the African disease. The peans would be killed. But when the colonizers left on the white man, left Africa, people have big hopes for Africa. New beginning new chance. And a lot of African leaders came back from western universities. Are they got their western education, and they went back to Africa to lead Africa nations. Let me quote, Thomas. And fortunately, what these new leaders brought back to Africa from the west we're not the things that had made the west prosperous, powerful. But instead, the untested theories of western intellectuals and ideologues, who had taught them the net result was that African leaders full of confidence because of their western education and their praise from western intelligentsia made their people Guinea, pigs for half baked theories that it contributed nothing to the rise of the west, and it contributed much to its social denigration, thus Julius Nyerere became virtually a secular Saint in the western media, while he was driving the people of Tanzania deeper into poverty and tyranny. North Sea alone. Right. Says EMMY since you've got this, this guy Julius I'm obviously, mispronouncing his name. Nigiera went to a western university got educated in the west went back to Tanzania brought all those great western ideas back and just. Crushed his country into poverty and tyranny. Conversely when Felix Hoppe Huette boy, knee miss. That made the Ivory Coast and a waste of economic advancement in civil peace. He was either ignored or disdained. He was one of the few African leaders with any previous experience in business or any understanding of economics. But his successors have ruined the country. Here's the key line. Whatever damage European colonialism did Africa during its relatively brief reign that was probably less than the damage done later by well, meaning western would be saviors of Africa. Africans do not need to be treated as mascots, but as people whose own efforts skills, and initiatives need to be freed from the tyranny of their leaders, and the paternalism of western busybodies. You see the analogy here. Right. So you have these people coming in to Africa after colonialism and bring you in them. Bad ideas that lead to more poverty and tyranny except I life you places. Same thing bringing back to her district. All these progressive broken failed ideas, ideas districts, things that have led her people into deeper poverty Amazon leaving their headquarters or not building their headquarters. There is a good example as well. Bringing all these failed policies back. What are we going to people wake wonder people going to wake up about it? One eight hundred seven sixty K MB, one hundred seven sixty five three six two ideas matters, the point of, of that segment right there and not all disparities come from discrimination. That's Thomas Sowell's book, definitely pick it up. Unicorn jewelry and watch for next Saturday's tomorrow. But next Saturday, going to be out there hope you can come as well. I'm going to be there from noon until two at unicorn, jewelry and the sales, all sales are going to benefit the warrior foundation freedom station Fred called up a bit ago, we go and said, what can I do for your foundation and this is what we came up with? So come on out, if you got you got your wife's birthday or you want to get an early jump on Christmas, which, by the way, is actually ran on the someone the other day said oh yeah. Let's do this thing in September. I was like, oh, September..
"nigiera" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation
"Also last speaking of the election in atlanta shout news anchors sharon reid had a clap back moment that was have beautifully done um in response to a viewer comment that she received because they sparked the the discussion at the new station of bout race being inserted into the mayor's race o kathy ray a hold of your email instead directly to sharon reed you need to be fire for the race baiting comment you may tonight it's okay for blacks discuss certain topics certain subjects but not whites really you are what i call is she spilled it nigiera's like the country in africa mobile she met the n word not a black person you are a racist in word you are what's wrong with the world missed sharon reed proceeds to read her ask such number one you mischaracterize uh what i said i didn't say that white people can talk about race quite the contrary we think that raises pentagon discussion to have its one we're having tonight because it's one many of you are talking about it home in it's one that is clearly entered the atlanta mayor's race and that's why behind the things my colleague tonight white and black we decided hey let's go for it right because we do try to keep it real here and i think we do a very good job of that so i think when arguing with somebody you have to be careful not to miss characterized their viewpoint i won't mis characterize you're view either khaki ray i get it on december v two thousand seventeen you think it's okay to call this journalists uneager i don't but i could clap back and say a few things to you but instead i'll let your words kathy ray speak for themselves and that'll be less work.