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"nine two percent" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
"Rider is in fact incorrect syndrome. So let me go. And order here. Coddle was twelve games where it was picked as in the shard was picked up. Fifty eight percent win rate okay. That rider twelve games. It was picked up sixty six percent win rate less shrek thirteen games. It was picked up a seventy six point. Nine two percent win rate and clinks get a ten game. Eleven games With a ninety point nine one percent me one every single game. That clinks was played in this tournament. They bought charlotte actually hundred one. Almost every game. They won just hang out of eleven yes to him. I should've. I should've been able to guess that actually but i really i remember watching at some point. The scoreline for clings or the pick line was like something like seven or eight and one and it couldn't pin down if he was picked after that. Or if you bought chart arrogant but he did buy it every game. So that's good to know a quick question. Are we doing negative points. Can i give you a negative okay. So you're still at zero is. You can't give me a negative point for answering completely fairly asking relevant questions. That'll be fun question and we should keep in mind here that this is the start of this of this competition or whatever you want to call it. So we're giving each other easier ish questions in the start. Yeah and then gradually. We're gonna ramp them up or whenever we want. Just make them fucking impossible for each other because that's fine that's right that's right but if it is impossible we will give multiple choice right so it's always a decent chance of getting okay. My question to you shouldn't be that hard this week. What is the most picked hero in. All of history and pro games is it. A earth shaker. Be lion see rubik or d. vengeful spirit. Okay it's not vendor rubik or the other two lion or earth shaker if you were say the last three years i would say lion but i think all time. I'm gonna go with earth shaker all-time.
"nine two percent" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Yesterday we were down three point seven percent today up on this bitcoin. One point six percent h day. That's being a big. Syllabus is being met by a relatively similar sized by now. That may be the same thing that i wake up to tomorrow morning. I'm not sure that. I liked to a more inclined to take a the risk on a short position in the market. Easing a little bit hard to raid for my point of view that being said you know i thought we might have cena pulled back if we're going to say it before now so the longer the market tries to sell off and continues to be snapped up. There's also a case for the opposite saw that we're gonna move to the upside now. I believe that we will say some. Very strong moves the ca to the outside before the year is out. I'm actually in the camp suggesting that we will see new all-time highs. That's that's been opposition. That's by salaam monthly shot. But it's just too hard to raid right now. When i got a good show it'll take it and it's no risk on right now so. Bitcoin still sideways. If it does break down through roughly forty six thousand two hundred fifty full then we have the potential for us to see a pullback to forty one thousand am. I concerned about that in the big picture this year and beyond not at all not at all no absolutely no but it's on the cards potentially still too hard. To rate a theory on the other hand is broken through its resistance. At the moment. it's holding about thirty. Three fifty which is resistance is up three point nine percent at thirty three hundred fifty four now. This shot starting to look a lot better from the standpoint of a twelve hour shot of in looking at this recently and on seeing some slow quite conversion own. Maybe it is yeah. it's flat With a high of low the highlights set at thirty one forty. It wasn't a breakout. Try for modum. But it's i'm looking at buying a theory from an investment standpoint. I'm gonna give it another little bit of time. We just show a full percent up thirty. Three hundred and fifty seven exhau- pay up two point. I the senator dole thirteen rejecting will not having tested one just yet doesn't look too good on the shot though not a very Pace of simplicity. Bitcoin cash six forty four and ideals buys you one. bc hike up one point. Nine two percent dos is up. Today's nearly six percent five point nine. Two at twenty seven dollars and sixty is very strong. Move there and on the low timeframes i highlight. Oh no no no no no night. Sorry the mid the four hour. It's not providing that. I have is not it's a relatively missy shot still lot. Coin a guy. We are up three percent one hundred and seventy two dollars and forty eight cents dodi's at one point eight four percent a very messy looking daily.
"nine two percent" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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"nine two percent" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"The tools to thrive through the admission process and beyond to reach their full potential. Welcome nikki thanks for having me. I'm excited to chat today. I am very excited too. Because i just went through this process. With my oldest. He's going to be a freshman in college. This fall and i have another one right behind is going to start the process soon. I could not believe how different this was from. When i applied admittedly a very long time ago but the first thing i wanted to talk with you about it was sort of the changing climate of college admissions and sort of what's different now from when we the people listening might have applied one thing that's really interesting is were operating more of a digital landscape so things as simple as social media can definitely play into this process. I always encourage my students to be mindful of what they're posting. Simple things like that that we might not be thinking about are valuable but also this digital age accelerating so fast is working in our students favors as well because colleges are able to share so much more information with them quicker and engage with them in a more robust way. We see virtual interviews happening something. We definitely weren't seeing twenty years ago. But i think that probably one thing our listeners might really be thinking about is acceptance rates in what they saw when they apply to college. Things have changed. Be more competitive. Colleges have only gotten more competitive. And i think sometimes i work with families. You know that can be a shock. Harvard's nineteen ninety. Five freshman class had an admit rate of eleven point. Eight percent but last year's admit rate was four point. Nine two percents netegh given our that. The be hard right right very competitive. You're seeing that for all schools. And then i think one other thing that really stand out for me is obviously standardized. Testing has changed a bit over the last twenty years. you know. there's two different tests. They've been around but they're considered equally. The act sat with the writing..
"nine two percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"We spend the whole day arguing about whether net flicks still counts as a growth stock at that. Not so hot forecast. Oh it's a fun parlor game. We talking about the memes. Toxins like amc movie theater chain. That just gave ceo the chairman to swamp boot. He's done incredible job tapping the robin hood shareholder base for capital that aims to stay alive but interesting an incredibly swell day for the bowls down two hundred eighty six points espy clubbing pudding. Two percent nasdaq jumping point. Nine two percent. I want to tip my hat to companies doing everything right and show you exactly. What doing it right means of this market. And i am talking about which serves eleven point five percent today when a quarter it shows you. Why individual stock thinking still matters and why it's easier the most experts would have you believe we note was gettable. Because i've been killing. You was headed to two thousand dollars. The last six hundred odd points. It closed at seventeen fifty five up a hundred and eighty one dollars if this base. It won't take long to hit my personal before. I get into polio. Let me explain why this market can be so confusing. I mentioned definitely go. Because i heard endless chatter today about whether their story has run. Its course this is something. I'd take seriously at all. We're the ones who coined the acronym for facebook amazon netflix and google. But you know what if you find yourself debating whether something's of growth company. It probably isn't much of one anymore. I think netflix business subscriber but the stock only started going higher last night when management mentioned. They're working on having some gaming stuff. I mean then. This are preaching the virtues of interactive entertainment. What i want for netflix is content good content if they don't have enough content to get lots of garbage around the world and that's a big issue. The fact that you're buying back stock is of no interest me. I want sign up. Scoble sign ups. I pull through. The pandemic pulled prescriptions last year. I don't wanna hear about gigantic run ways when the runways are clogged with from. Hbo disney. i just want the net flicks of old where the conference calls refunding jovial kingpins of entertainment kicked around their shows for the favorites. This time around. I used to read the netflix. Call my wife. Because i wanted to persuade her to watch the shows recommended by the ceo. Reed hastings not this time. This family still thinking. Oh man. I got a fish is conference call another entertain coming. So does that mean. It's time to rip the anna fang and replace it with something says a lot less poetic maybe fan or man. I can't go there yet. I wanna see what. Netflix slate of content looks like when productions no longer hampered by covert. But after last night. You you need to understand when people say netflix saddest debatable. That means debates capri currently lacks the growth to be a member in good standing of fang. Sucks ooh wanna buy newer near penny stocks of companies. That might never make don. You've never heard of or older companies where they can cost shortsellers. Which is what's really really are about. And that's why the news from memes stock child. Abc that a marriage being promoted. Who seat yoda chairman. Ceo passes big deal. I think the wall street beds crowd. Fundamentally misunderstands the nature of amc success story. Eric come the alive by selling them. Stock at inflated prices allow chain outlets. I think you'd be a break. I am not interested in some situations like am say. I am interested in companies with my sales and earnings. But what happened. Last night catapulted this stock. This dot com more than eleven percent sitting session. Takeover arabia tremendous upgrades about culture culture. That's what happened. This company has an extraordinary culture of customer centric innovation and that culture's been turbocharged since they hired. Brian nickel as ceo. Police stock was languishing in the two. Hundred after series of health scares again. It's in the seventeen hundreds now. We always hear about these executives who say crisis is a terrible thing to waste most of the time.
"nine two percent" Discussed on Agents of DAMNED
"To go ahead and read that one allows they know what that is. Yeah so they're uttering their special warning whenever a hostile creature within thirty feet of it makes a non-hostile creature that it can see within thirty feet of it makes an attack or saving role. You can add a d four to your role provided that you can hear birdie is going to be for. You know this time she actually is going to summon her spirit wool and it is going to appear and the difference between the wolf spirit. Totem is that anytime. I do healing creatures. You get more healing but also you get advantage to detect creatures in my zone nice. So that is lighter. Okay safe from your perception. You see as modena's summons four imp like creatures two of which appeared to be far stronger than the others. The two smaller ones go off to protect your grandparent's while the two larger ones go up and they attack you relentlessly back outside in the pay world. It is bookworm stern. She is going to immediately rush over to arlo and begin to cast a healing spell on. You are loads. Uber regained ten hit points and also cme perception jacket. Okay you take you get ten points back and nothing else boy. I sure feel there might have been some additional information layered into that. But i caught none of that bookworm. Shrugs as she does not know what you were talking about saith what you perceive is your grandmother going over and healing your grandfather fair now back to the top of the order arlo europe. Arlo like charges. His holy symbol with the light of the hamad unlike looks at the pit fiend safe but still sees her face and he knows what he was taught in like military cleric school. That went so what is possessed by a demon that no question. You have to take them out. That's what you have to do. That's protocol but he remembers just everything. He remembers say hanging upside down from the tree. He remembers sharing vials of whiskey. With just kind of trying to relax He remembers like them all like sharing their room together and like sharing their back story than such in your members save making the sacrifice of a essentially a wish. I could bring back. Her most loved person to help their friend when tara and like he has an arcade energy the whole energy charged and he hasn't aimed at safe and he just can't and so instead. He aimed at down the ground and he casts magic circle around safe. What does magic circle do the feel like. I know it does on a base level. If if i'm even remotely right this is going to be very interesting. All right so. I'm gonna read the like the basic version of it and i'm gonna read like the the way i am using because it is allowed that way. Okay go ahead So you create a ten foot radius. Twenty foot tall cylinder of magical energy center on point on the ground that you can see within rains glowing runes appear wherever the service intersex the floor or other service. When you cast a spell you can elect the 'cause this magic to operate in the reverse direction preventing the creature of the specified type from leaving the cylinder and protecting targets outside. And what i'm doing now. That is not the smell. Thought it was. That is still very interesting. So the creature cat willingly enter or in this case exit the cylinder by non-magical means if the creature tries to use teleportation or interplanetary travel to do so it must i succeed on a charisma saving perot. The creature has disadvantaged on attack rolls against targets within the cylinder. that's no one in the cylinder The target within the cylinder can't be charmed without the cylinder can't be charmed frightened or possessed by the creature. Dang if only i had given her some means of interplanetary travel no well. I don't control her. Thank you for putting me in that barrier. Good sir do not wish to harm you. But i don't really have a safe. The may not agree since by her perception. That was her grandfather that did it. Fair is a big old bear as its cute appearance and also giant drag of a penis on it. Yeah that's definitely what devil worshipping cult would put on their magic air. I mean you know again. You know what i'm i'm. I'm controlling the illusory images of them to some degree. So yeah i do. And that's absolutely not receives safe by your perception. It is far more demonic. You see black and blue stone. Crystals emerged as a blue flame. Reads around you. And that is how you perceive the barrier as your grandma's. Has you need to stay where you are. Well we get up yet. Couldn't get rid of me thirty years ago. You're not going to get rid of me. Now stronger that i want and just as ugly. Can i roll perception. Check to see if there's anything fishy with what's going on around me also insight. That's that's the that's the stat. Sorry no it's okay. I just. I have a plus nine two percent. No no i have your stats pulled up in front of me. I have all that folded front. Because again i felt by your last a little longer. It's only a nine. That's not gonna work nope as far as you know as voters has just entered your mind and has brought about your grandparents in order to help erase you from your own mind allowing him to solidify his hold on your body which he openly stated before so no new vote all right so i'm gonna use my ring of the raham on my quote unquote grandmother to push her away from grandfather. Read me the language you can use an action to expend one of three charges to attack one creature. You can see within sixty feet of you. The ring produces a spectral rams head and makes it makes an attack role with a plus seven bonus on a hit. Five feet away from you. Alternatively you can expand One two three of the rings charges as an action to try to break an object. You can see within sixty feet of you. That isn't being more or carried. The ring makes of strength check with a plus five bonus for each card that you spend is the ram able to leave the circle. Yeah that's what. I was trying to figure out. It's a spectral rams had so it's like a ghost and i realize i'm just trying to make.
"nine two percent" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"A effort then first though. Let's do the numbers. Dow was up fifty three points today about a ten percent. Thirty four thousand nine hundred eighty seven as dak down one hundred won seven tenths percent and did things at fourteen thousand five forty three s and p five hundred dropped fourteen points about three tenths percent. Forty three sixty there. That report by men peter on foreclosures got us thinking about home ownership recent report from the property website. Zillow found more home owners plan to move or sell their homes in the next three years than older people do. Thirty one percent of the sub forties are considering selling twenty one percent of people aged forty to forty nine makes sense right. Kids jobs all that good stuff. Twenty five percent of homeowners though citing concerns about not being able to find or forty different home as a reason. They're considering home so we'll do. Bonds will do the thirty year this time. I want you to think about this. You'd government of the united states can borrow money for thirty years and pay one point. Nine two percent interest think about that. You're listening to marketplace marketplace. Podcast is supported by personal capital. Who can help you take control of your finances no matter where you are. Download the personal capital app or start today at personal capital dot com to get free professional grade financial tools including a retirement. Planner and fi analyzer. Want to talk. Personal capital has registered advisers by phone or online for qualified users personal capital. There's no place like financial confidence. Hey it's jed kim. Host a million zillion million brazilian is a podcast for kids and families. That helps dollars make more sense in each episode. We tackle the tricky questions that your kids have about money. Like how is it made. Is our factory somewhere that makes it. Or what determines the price of visa and we're back with all new episodes. That's more answers to the questions. Your kids wanna know thoughtful silly ones and the really hard. To answer one's million. Zillion listen wherever you get your podcasts. This is marketplace rozelle. If you thought. Italy beating england in the euro. Twenty twenty final. This past weekend was brexit's final indignity to be visited on the english people well indignity though it was it was by no means the last the european union it turns out has turned its eye toward film and television attention that might wind up with the e cutting how much british content can appear on tv and streaming services within the twenty seven european union countries for the europeans. Apparently it's a cultural thing for the brits. It's a six hundred and seventy million dollar a year market thing from london. Marketplace's stephen beard has that one debretts have been lording. It over european tv for decades shows like downton abbey have one huge audiences on the continental along with the latest major hit. The crown name is lisbon in long. Live queen elizabeth but all the brits about to be dethroned. The cultural dominance of british television in continental europe is andrea attack. It's not only question of a churchgoer. it is also christian of econony jerem schenn. Who speaks for french. Tv produces on the eu rules. More than fifty percent of tv airtime must be filled with european content. Thirty percent for. The streamers like amazon and netflix british. Tv shows are not subject to those quotas. Because they're still defined as european that no longer makes sense as to sham. European union is protecting by rules. It's industry is it normal but after brexit you can walks can benefit from this protection. I don't think so brexit changes. Everything agrees juliet quiz out. Another french audiovisual representative outside the eu. She says the brits are now free to act unilaterally to pose an even bigger competitive threat in some tax relief could be created and could lead to an unfair competition already. She says there are signs that the brits have big ambitions for that visual industry because boris johnson has said quite clearly that his intent was to create a hollywood untapped press out in december fear that continental european producers will be further squeezed in their own home market. But max rumney of british screen sector representative. Says there's no case for restricting. Uk content to say the european audiences need protecting against it is flying in the face of audiences want to wash and on the continent. They want to watch a huge range of british tv shows from the sublime to the well. Not so sublime might the nineteen seventies sitcom on the buses for example. Empty stomach. god. It's apparently a hit in lithuania while the preschool children's cartoon pepper pig is highly popular in france but these shows are exclusively british. Julia prasad would like to see. The quota applied only to the growing number of anglo american productions which may look british but half the enormous benefit of us financial backing. the crown. One of the most expensive tv series in history was an anglo american show. We want regulations where by a uk film one. It is considered as european is a real uk film a not an american film but like the crown for example. Yes and as for the suggestion that any attempt to curb the sale of uk tv shows in the eu would-be payback for brexit. She denies it. We don't want to. We don't want to punish the bridge. She not that's not the idea at all but none of this would be happening. Without brexit and as one turbulent encounter in the.
"nine two percent" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Y. l. these net asset value and its market price. Return seventy five point. Five five and seventy six point three three percent respectively while the emerging markets index return fifty. Eight point nine two percent over the three year period e wile these net asset value and its market price returned six point six seven percent while the emerging markets index return to six point. Eight seven percent over the five year period the emerging markets index return. Three point two four percent over the ten year period the emerging markets index returned three point six three percent since the fund's inception on july fourteenth two thousand and sixteen e. y l. these net asset value and its market price returned. Thirteen point six six percent and thirteen point eight nine percent respectively while the emerging markets index returned twelve point. Four two percent short term performance may not be indicative of long-term performance actual results may vary past performance does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principle value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor shares when redeemed may be worth more or less than their original costs and current performance may be lower or higher than the performance quoted. The closing market price is the midpoint between the bid and ask price. As of the close of the exchange since the fund shares typically do not trade in the secondary market until several days after the fund's inception for the period from inception to the first day of secondary market trading and shares. The of the fund is used to calculate the total market returns shares are bought and sold at market price or closing price dot net asset value and are not individually redeemed from the fun market price returns or based on the bid point of the bid ask spread at four pm eastern time when nav is normally determined and do not represent the return. You would receive if.
"nine two percent" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"To biden ministrations. Thinking about doing this. I wouldn't check the vaccination rates forty six percent of all americans are vaccinated in mexico. It's sixteen percent about a third of what it is in the united states but think about the countries from which we're seeing these flows come guatemala less than one percent vaccinated honduras almost half a percent same in el salvador. Nicaragua doesn't even report. How many people are fascinated so little. And what does that mean. That means that we have people who are more likely to have covid. Were coming into the united states who have much hired prospect of having colin. And we're gonna let it. We're going to release them in a vulnerable part of our country where the health systems are already strayed and can be easily overwhelmed by people who are sick and need to be taken care of. Triple eight nine. Seven one. Eight triple eight nine seven one. Seven two four three i am larry elder. We are relieffactor dot com studio. We got a clip of guiliani talking about the hunter biden laptop into whom he offered to show it. He offered to show it to law enforcement according to nbc They made a request to To see it or to see the transcript from the laptop according to nbc They were denied. All of that and more triple eight nine. Seven one s. a. g. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. Here's what giuliani said about. This was an albuquerque. From from mr isaac's brother had been through it so they obviously knew what contained. And what puzzles me. Is they have a genuine about it. They weren't taking the three hard drives. Which of course are electronic devices. They just mimic the computer. I said well. Don't you want these. And they said what are they said those onto biden's hard drives and they said no. No no no i said. Are you sure you don't want the the warrant required them to take it and they said no and one. Last time i said. Don't you think you should take it. And they said no. According to nbc. Abc news has not been granted access to the documents from the laptop asked by email textphone call certified mail and was ultimately denied in of quote again. That's according to nbc. Art is in salem oregon art. You're on the larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. Larry elder by friends. We've spoken before. But i had to call today. 'cause i saw. I want to congratulate you. Good things happen to good people and now you're live in salem oregon Fourteen thirty k y can today's the first day and it just goes to show that good things happen to good people. Larry and i wanted to call and congratulate you on that. But i i do want to say keep up your hard work rather you have a big heart. You know the problems in our country In the black community And you're trying to do good things To make america better And and let me tell you. Something larry this thing about the family's okay It's not only a problem in the black community. It's a problem in the white community. And and i wanted to state that because you see so many black kids and so many white kids get into trouble because they don't have mothers and fathers and you know that and i know that and this garbage about racism and all that is just That it's just garbage and so. Congratulations larry. you are the man. Good things happen to good people. You'd movie getting more channels. You're growing leaps and bounds. And just hey we appreciate you out here. And i don't white guy okay and and i just love you like brother and art would have to leave it right there. Thank you so much for that. I really do appreciate it yet today. I live in salem oregon. Larry's father staff sergeant randolph. Elder says hard work and wins. You get out of life what you put into it and now. Here's larry elder larry. I think they're very racist institutions and no one ever talks about very much and you know what is the black churches Refraction my my recently. But years ago about a year. And a half after the rodney king riots. And i had a chance to go to a black church and the pastor was on fire of races the cops are blah blah blah was unbelievable and we just had that experience now went to a funeral and the pastor was just going on and on about evil racist white america com meeting. George floyd and Both those cases are closer than Than you think. But i think the black churches play a role terrorizing community and no one has ever all the mouse. Triple eight nine. Seven one s. eight. Ge triple eight nine seven one. Seven two four three. I am larry elder. We are relief. Factor dot com studio. The i know a number of pastors who've made the same sort of silly argument about the stomach racism that people like lebron. James have made But i don't know that we can generalize that to quote unquote the black shirt with their certainly Black pastors who said many many irresponsible. Thanks not least of which not least of is reverend jeremiah. Wright obama's pastor of some twenty odd years who made all sorts of anti semitic statements anti white statements and by the way when he retired his congregation pass ahead and bought a multi million dollar house in an area of chicago called tinley park. I think i just checked. The percentage of black living there one point nine two percent and don't forget on the church's website when reverend jeremiah wright was a pastor it talked about avoiding middle-class nece right jay is in columbus ohio. Jay you're on the larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. I elder it's very nice to speak you I wanted to comment on the office. The clip. You had about the officer i think. His name was officer. Dion joseph I'm a retired police. Sergeant twenty seven years in in a of columbus and i disagree i i liked what he had to say he was he was spot on with out is to become a police officer. And how you serve the public and how much they appreciate you. He was dead on I disagree.
"nine two percent" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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"nine two percent" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"He said that he got elected in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight. I think it was the first time from nineteen fifty eight. first time. That gallup ever ask why american would you vote for a black person for president. Only thirty seven percents said yes. Fast charlie only three or four percent now said they would not. It is no longer an issue in america yet. Obama said racism is in america's dna. How does it. If in dna how do we go from thirty seven percent of white people saying that they would not they would vote for black person to ninety seven percent saying that they would if racism is in america's dna. It is eight bs locked. And the problem is obama noses ally and obama were going to close together and nobody here what we're talking about obama be nodding his head and everything he would say worse. Look we can't do is say it out loud because he wants his party to win now. My question to mr obama is this no. He's watch is more important for your for your party to win to advance your left wing notions if it is at the expense of telling where people that they're victims telling black people that they ought not to cooperate with police officers telling work hard. It doesn't matter because the systemically racist countries that hold you back. Is it worth it. Rock obama are you telling your daughters that they are oppressed. Is that the message. You're giving them. It is a lot and he knows. It's a lot the three biggest so-called black leaders. Aside from obama in america are al. Sharpton jesse. jackson. And louis farrakhan all three of these men have had either no relationship or battling with their own father's jesse jackson thought it was the married man who impregnated teenager who lived next door and it was rare in those days for a kid to be raised without a father and jesse jackson was raised in south carolina and he was taught it. Jesse ain't got no daddy just ain't got no debt. He al sharpton. Al sharpton had a nice little life until his family. His father abandoned the family and then down to the hood. In the case of a farrakhan farrakhan's mother had take had had left her father and a boyfriend win back with the father. Briefly got pregnant boyfriend to note and tried to aboard sarah with. Hey my point of telling you charlie. These leaders have had a painful relationship or no relationship with their own fathers. It is the number one dollar facing america talk passionately intimately and personally about this but they choose not to and i would argue one of the reasons they can't. Charlie is are psychologically damaged by not having a fox. Wonderful film we have on sale. Now dot com. Call the streets where my father leaders all of whom committed serious offenses all of them longtime prison all of whom had no relationship with their own father and they talk about the pain and the hurt of all of this it. Has i think authority ending at the end of it but the point of these are three men ties to open the hood. Groups are no father and they adopted. This post joined the gang because they needed to have a family. They wanted to have a family and one woman cries and breaks down and talks about how he wanted this. This is the number one problem facing america. Charlie not systemic racism again systematic fatherless-ness and we're not having a conversation about this. They don't want to have a conversation for a couple reasons and obama on. They're just they're just playing a part they. There's there's a they want power they just want to be in charge and you know that they you know. They don't believe what they believe because they go live in. Martha's vineyard when they get the chance right. I mean you know and so how. How about how about reverend jeremiah. Wright jeremiah wright making all kinds of anti white anti jewish statements and when he retires he's congregation. Pass the hat in. Buys house house for him in tinley park outside of chicago lack population one point nine. Two percent obama points out buys a compound twelve point seven million dollars in a a. No martha's vineyard but edgar town which is even worse lucid. Marcus worth of injured zero point. Four percent population patrisse cullors co founder of black lives. Matter buys a mansion into panga canyon here in california thirty miles away from malibu zero point four percents laps. So if america's systemically racist white people are running the system that the racist system why these people want to be around white people so bab. That's the question they have to answer so this week. It seems as if the media they're so good at setting the narrative. I know very little about this. And i'm gonna dig into it This tulsa race issue. Larry tells what's going on here. What while the sudden is there a documentary on this and it's a day of remembrance. What's going on here with going on here. Of course is this black lives matter. Movement lashed cancel culture less revived history. enlist make white people feel guilty about being white. Let's make black. People feel like they're victims. Let's stipulate the stipulate that we've had played in the country let's stipulate that we've had presidents the stipulation. We had race riots like the tulsa riot that took place in one thousand nine hundred ninety one where apparently rounds we hundred. We're not quite sure. How many men were killed by a bunch of racists mob mobster who were white. Let's stipulate that all the habits also stipulate that nobody living today had anything to do with it. They weren't perpetrators and the people living today. We're not victims. Whole thing about reparations is the extraction of money from people who are never slave owners out to be given to people who are never slaves. The whole thing is absolutely ridiculous. When mlk gave a speech a our interview to the bbc around nineteen sixty four. He said six six h he said. I am so amazed at the racial progress is going on in america to the point where i feel about forty years time it could be a black america. The black president and the reason i mentioned that is because that when he felt that we had reached the promised land when america can set aside is racist past and pull that lever for a black person. That's what he thought was was was well. It almost happened exactly when he said two thousand eight about forty years after. Mlk made that statement. Rock obama got elected president. Thought we were done with this. I thought it suggested that our problems have to do with class to do with family. Structure has to do with things as nothing whatever to do with with racist white people. And i've said this before. Charlie pick up your magic. Juan wave it over america and move every smidgen racism from the hearts white americans. Do we still have seventy percent black being or not a father mirror to the muck yes. We still have a fifty percent dropout rate in many of our schools. Yes we still have. Twenty five percent young black men living in the inner city with a criminal record either in jail and been arrested on parole or on probation. Yes the answer is yes yes yes. Nice admit to you that ridding america events of alleged systematic. Racism is not the problem the problem or the other problems i just mentioned will larry would. It gets down to is what they call racist. White supremacist is something. They actually want to destroy. Which is the nuclear family And let's talk about this because it was on. Blm's website but an inherent marxist belief and if you dive deep into the literature of angela davis and all these con artists taneeka coats. They actually think a child should be raised in the african-style of the village that sexuality should not be contained to stay husband or a wife an open or loose. Can you talk about this. That there's this from some of the black liberation activists. Some of them. They actually think that the normative western family that you were raised by a great father and i was raised by a great father. That that's actually oppressive. Can you help unpack that. Well this right. I think it was one of their websites even a attack with the call the the western construct nuclear fan western prescribed. Yeah yeah they feel that. The means production businesses should be owned by the state. They also feel that you. And i should be by the state to my good friends are are. Were the late walter williams and thomas tommaso thankfully still with us walter williams grew up philadelphia and the good. His father abandoned. The family. And walter williams told me he was the only person in this area. We grew up. We didn't have a father in the house. In the case of tomasulo thomas. Oh lot loss of appearance early Mother When he was two or three years old father around the same age was raised by aunts. Uncles in harlem. He said he was the only one In his area where he grew up who didn't have a mother and the father in the house. Now from years ago i read a story about..
"nine two percent" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
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"nine two percent" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"This overcomes the outer electron shells normal behavior of mutual repulsion with other outer electron shells and permits tremendous potential for electron attraction to prevail. Which is a lot of chemistry words. Not how spider stick on the waldo. Right well sort of so. So that's a little wordy of a way to describe it but some people describe it as his ability to manipulate something called vander vol's force so advantage vanderbilt for us is. It's like a distance dependent interaction between atoms and molecules. So it's it's a little different than ionic and cavale bonds but it's sort of similar mechanism because like electrostatic forces between them it's weaker than i on akin cavale bonds but it is strong enough that like can actually utilize to climb smooth surfaces so like example that i kept on seeing over and over again geckos geckos used the vendor vol's forest to climb smooth walls so with geckos they have on there like on their feet they had these structures their hair like structures called satay at enough. I'm pronouncing that right. But it's that's what it looks like. In on the end of these hair like structures they have even smaller structures called spatula. Which are like on a microscopic scale. And they're so small that when they interact with surfaces they have like electrostatic attraction between the spatula in the surface. And there's so many of them on the foot of this gecko that it. The strength of it actually is strong enough to hold the gecko onto the wall so spiders like some spiders. I don't think it's all spiders. But some spiders have similar structures to these and they used vanderhall force as well to climb walls and specifically for the vendor vase force. There's a study published in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences. That looked at the relationship between the mass of an animal and the surface area required to be in contact for the vendor. Vol's forced to actually hold it up on a wall and they found that the smaller you are because of the way that surface area and volume scales up the small you are. The less percentage of surface area needs to be in contact so like an aunt which is very small aunt only needs point oh nine percent of its surface area to be in contact with a wall her to for it to work for it to not fall off the wall a spider which is a little bigger than an app and not much needs point nine. Two percent of its surface area to be in contact geckos need four point three percent and if it were to work on a human a human needs forty percent of surface area to be in contact with the wall to not fall off so according to the real science in order for spiderman to work he would need to basically just like press his whole body against the wall shimmy up and technically could work. But that's how it went just work with fingertips and that's four percent service. Area includes like the area all around the body right so it's like not only. I think it's basically the entirety of your front. Yeah yeah you need to. I think he would need to like be slightly blob as to get forty percent to be actually on the wall. I kind of assumed you'd be able to get that much contact area. I don't actually know if you'd be able to do because like obviously you can't be in contact with wall and you have the sides view that like the sides. The sides of you aren't more than twenty percent of your service area right. I'm looking at myself now. i don't know well. It depends because if you have your knee whatever like how much of your kneeled way. It actually touching the wall. Lincoln your rounded. So it's like more than like ten percent of your knee..
U.S. stock futures under pressure amid fresh concerns
"Time now for the bloomberg first word breaking news desk so let's check in with bloomberg's bill baloney good morning bill and good morning john lewis features are in a pressure right now a trade war concerns gaffey which just currently down one hundred and fifty six points espy's dropped twelve and the nasdaq futures declined by twenty one he was general that two point nine two percent asian markets were mixed overnight while you're markets are trading mostly lower let are led by grade than one percent losses in italy and spain back in the us on the economic front at eight thirty empire manufacturing and it's ten o'clock michigan sentiment after the bell last night adobe operating margins missed estimates end djabel earnings beat estimates and regarding earnings this morning canada goose beat estimates in deal news qualcomm inexpiable deal is said to be approved by chinese regulators an at and t close it's eighty five billion dollar takeover of time warner wrapping things up allegheny technologies cut to underweight over h e p morgan live from the first breaking news desk i'm bill maloney john thanks to bill the yield on benchmark ten year note of the us two point nine two percent has the price increases by three thirty seconds the two year yield at two fiftyfive that is a bloomberg business flash now with more on what's going on around the world here's michael barr thank you john house republicans are preparing to vote on a bill that would prohibit u s customs agents from separating immigrant parents from their children when they become into the country illegally officials in florida say six people were taken to the hospital after a roller coaster accident at daytona beach last night to riders fell to the ground from a height of thirty four feet in sports in baseball the yankees won the mets loss along with the as the red sox giants were winners in golf round two of the us open takes place today at shinnecock hills on long island after round one dustin johnson in poulter are part of a four way tie for the lead at one under in the world cup today portugal takes on spain finally from daybreak on the bloomberg terminal security at the eiffel tower is getting a makeover armored glass walls will replace the metal fencing on the perimeter of the monument over.
Wall St ends high-volume session lower
"His five seventeen on wall street good morning i'm john tucker which at the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day right here on bloomberg stocks falling definite risk off mood to the markets today we have bond prices gaining trade tensions between the us and china escalating and investors weighing the diverging monetary policies from the federal reserve as well as the european central bank we have futures in the us pointing to a lower open on wall street the snp mini futures down ten points that's down four tenths of a percent the dow futures down one hundred twenty seven points that's down the half a percent nasdaq futures right now sixteen points lower that is down two tenths of a percent and the volatility index is up three percent this morning still at twelve forty nine recall that muted levels the euro one sixteen o nine of about four tenths of a percent against the greenback and the japanese yen after today's decision from the b o j or nondecision one ten forty eight that's up about a tenth of a percent against the greenback tenure yield in the us two point nine two percent yield falling the price up by two thirty seconds and i make screwed is down sixteen cents a barrel at sixty six seventy three comex gold down.
Asian equities show light gains despite trade war jitters
"Radio well asian equities are showing light gains today even with the possibility of a trade war looming the nikkei is up forty points that's a gain of two tenths of one percent very strong gains in australia with the essex two hundred up one point one percent new zealand modestly higher and i mentioned a moment ago the kospi is slipping a little this morning let's get right up to beijing and get some of the details on what we can expect from the china markets today with bloomberg's emma o'brien good morning brian index teaches to the chinese market trading cautiously with the trade flight in the news again the trump administration is reported to be honing that tariff list too focused on the cutting edge technologies that china is trying to gain an advantage in that means tech manufacturer stocks will be in focus here today along with companies like afc technologies and lenovo computers nomura is keen on chinese property shares the saying developers shemale cc and future land could post record sales in june brian thanks very much yes the contracts are active now they've moved down from up the hang seng index futures down about two tenths of one percent and the footsie china fifties in singapore also down about two tenths of one percent so we'll keep a close eye on this there was some positive news if you're looking for cooperation between the us and china at least if you believe the story in the south china morning post and that is the chinese regulators have reportedly approved qualcomm zach an connects xp semiconductors investors seemed to believe it at xp gained as much as ten point seven percent in the post market the yield on the ten year is at two point nine two percent and the oil price just under sixty seven dollars a barrel let's get to san francisco ed baxter has the top news stories all right bryan thank you white house says it resumed tails what was talked about at the singapore summit at some point soon the us secretary of state mike pompeo after meeting with south korea japan and china says all three say that sanctions must remain on north korea until significant denuclearization takes place pompeo even said today complete use the word complete afp report a joint south korea us military drills have been halted us inspector general's probe and the.
Global stock markets shrug off trade war concerns
"In london eight thirty if you're listening in paris frankfurt or brussels good morning everyone i'm nara chayhitch and i'm markus karlsson good morning european stocks rose for a second consecutive session on monday the futures this morning however a little bit more mixed euro stocks fifty futures little changed circling the flat line so on docks and kick outs futures footsie100 futures a little bit on the back foot off by about eight tenths of one percent also us stocks finished at a twelve week high last night's but in the asian session to we've seen a little bit of a hesitant mood with the mci asia pacific index also circling the flat line we have seen some gains for the hong kong hang seng index rising by half of one percent or so the nikkei two five index shutting up shop in positive territory as well while we have seen some negative figures over in sydney the asx two hundred off by a half of one percent when it comes to fx the dollar has stabilized against major payers we're seeing a bit of pressure on the mexican peso and the aussie dollar among major currencies this after the nba kept its benchmark rate unchanged in fixed income ten year treasuries have been edging high about ten year yield trading at two point nine two percent we are also seeing this morning italian bond yields rising by about six basis points if i look at the ten year bt p narrow and that takes us into our top stories absolutely does that means that those parole spreads widely out a bit today after tightening yesterday an italian premier giuseppe contains maiden speech to parliament today will be the first public test of his ability to navigate between the contrasting demands of the populace leaders who got him appointed he's scheduled to address the senate at two pm local time senators due to confirm contests appointment in a confidence vote around five and a half hours later with a lower house to give its own seal of approval at later meanwhile in.
Stock futures fall after Trump proposes $100 billion more in tariffs on China
"Good morning to you it is now seven seventeen on wall street i'm bob moon and bloomberg daybreak is out on customer terminals bringing you all the news you need to start your day let's check the latest headlines with chris kurkim at the bloomberg daybreak desk good morning chris good morning bob trade tensions appear to be easing stocks in europe and asia a gaining taking cues from yesterday's rebound in us equities the dollar is stronger while treasuries in the yen decline chaz facebook a higher in early trading after mark zuckerberg said he didn't think recent scandals had any meaningful impact on the company's business in brazil former president lula has lost an appeal to stay out of jail the six to five vote from justices is very lightly to send him back to prison and more us moves against russia may come today reuters says the administration plans to sanction some russian businessman because if kremlin meddling in the us election for all the news you need to start your day check out daybreak on your mobile phone on the bloomberg anywhere app bob chris kirkum thank you very much he's wall street shaking off its anxiety attack s and p futures this morning are up eleven points that is four tenths of one percent dow futures higher by fifty four points nasdaq futures up by forty eight points and a ten year treasury yield two point eight one nine two percent that's a bloomberg radio business flash tom and jonathan thank you so much greatly appreciated about moon with us now is michael mckee who this morning we'll interview one of the most interesting people in the world of economics and public policy a gentleman out of new jersey was valedictorian of his class wandered up to school on the charles river in boston called harvard and took a phd in economics at stanford in psychology and michael mckee makes mr bostick of the of the atlanta fed really one of the most interesting guys in.
Stocks sag, bonds supported as simmering trade woes curb risk appetite
"Five point eight one percent compared to five point three two percent for long term government bonds and nine point nine two percent for large cap stocks over that period and by the way this is in a period of both rising and falling yields now you wouldn't expect something that's safe guaranteed with no downside risk to compete with the nine point nine two percent for large cap stocks but it competes quite favorably in fact better at five point eight one percent compared to five point three two percent for long term government bonds how many of you out there believe the long term government bonds going forward with a three some odd percent yield today and increasing are going to generate a five point three two percent long term return that tells you that long term government bond rates would have to be on the decline to get to five percent and rates are not on the decline rates are going up at least as of this period in history ebbets and also simulated different portfolios and how they would perform in below median bond return environments which he believes we're heading into as do is they just mentioned versus above median bond return environments which we've been in for the past thirty five years during below median bond return environments from nineteen twenty seven to twenty sixteen a sixty forty mix of stocks and bond portfolio return seven point six percent on average and that compares to write this down will you please eight point one two percent for sixty percent stock twenty percent bonds and twenty percent fixed indexed annuities versus better write this down to a portfolio of eight point six three percent for sixty percent stocks and forty percent.