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"nispel" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

05:21 min | Last month

"nispel" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"A few price targets fell in the wake of apple's September quarter earnings last week. Most of the lowered targets I saw didn't have associated notes, leaving one to assume that the reductions were indicative of current market realities, not anything specific to Apple. Big thanks to Philip Elmer de witt and Apple three for doing his usual reaction roundup, it is there that we see key bank analyst Brandon nispel sticking with his overweight rating on Apple shares, though dropping his 12 month price target on the shares from $185 to one 77. That same roundup had city analyst gentleman Jim Suva, keeping a buy rating on Apple, but dropping his price target from one 85 to one 75, and Deutsche Bank analyst Sidney Ho staying positive on Apple shares. While dropping his target from one 75 to 170. One notable reduction came from Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, and it did have a note with it. Quoting that will deliver a mix September quarter that featured top and bottom line beats despite foreign exchange headwinds in the quarter in a horror show week for big tech earnings. Apple was the one bright spot as iPhone demand was relatively strong despite the macro with a heavy iPhone 14 pro max seen in the quarter. You still got an outperform rating on Apple shares, but today is what today is. You lowered his price target on the shares from a street high $220 down to a still sky high, 200 bucks. In a sort of tale of two earnings calls, pair of takes. Mohan says apple's December commentary was in line with expectations, despite the quarter's extra week, that looks like trouble to him. At the same time, Morgan Stanley analyst Eric woodring cited a solid September quarter and better than feared December commentary that was above consensus. Mohan has a neutral rating on Apple shares and a price target of 160 bucks, woodring has an overweight rating on apple's shares and a price target of one 77. Interesting to hear an Apple bowl and the Bernstein bear asks the same question. Evercore analyst Amit Darien on these notes as eventually the question will be on durability of demand beyond the December quarter and the impact from macro, not just on iPhones, but also services. Bernstein research analyst Tony sake nagi's note sailed in under a similar sentiment, no fireworks, but Canopy grow in fiscal year 23. That said, he has not the heater you might expect. Amid a sea of large cap earnings debacle, said sakuna is note. Apple's fourth quarter results appear to be a relative victory. He's got a market perform rating on apple's shares and the price target of $170. He has an outperform rating on Apple shares and a price target of one 90. Most of the rest of the notes I glimpse carried the same basic sentiment. Strong quarterly performance, especially considering hashtag these times in which we live. There's live, then there's recorded live, Apple music live is once again opting for the latter. A piece from Apple insider says the next Apple music live event will feature Megan Thee Stallion performing in Hollywood and in person live concert on the 11th of November, streaming on the 21st of December. If you live in the greater Los Angeles area, you can apparently try for tickets. The report says they are being offered for free via ticketmaster and finally today the never ending award season rolls on the Mac observer around the piece last week announcing 5 Gotham awards nominations for Apple TV plus. According to apple's press release on the nominations, the Gotham awards honors visionary talent in front of and behind the camera expands the audience for groundbreaking film and television and supports the year round work of the not for profit, the Gotham film and media institute. And the Apple nominees are fighting each other in a couple of categories. Both pachenko and severance were nominated for breakthrough series long format over 40 minutes, and both men hawk Kim from pachinko and Brett Lauer from severance were nominated for outstanding performance in a new series. As for the 5th nomination, off on his own is Brian Tyree Henry, let me not on his own, but he's not competing against another Apple TV performer. He's nominated for outstanding supporting performance for his part in the film causeway. Apple TV plus is not new to the Gotham awards, two actors from last year's coda, picked up trophies in 2021, the film's

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"nispel" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:17 min | Last month

"nispel" Discussed on The Big Picture

"But then when you're watching lords of Salem, you're just like, yeah, he's more in, it literally interested in it. Because I have to bury myself alive after this, yeah. Right. The Halloween movies are interesting in part because they defy your expectations. It's not even just a patent field, but of doctor Loomis, for example. Doctor Loomis transforms from this sort of crazed and wide eyed haunted figure who is pursuing the goodness, the safety of the world, to this really venal monstrous, self serving jerk, especially in the second film. And even Laurie strode by the end of Halloween two is, you know, she's become inculcated in somehow. A part of the evil history of this story. And I don't know. It's hard to compare those two movies to the rest of these movies, even though the future Michael Myers in a lot of sick kills because they're working at a very different frequency, but they have their defenders. And they also have people some people hate these movies. Well, this is also like around the time there was like a couple of platinum dunes reboots of so there was like the Texas chainsaw massacre, one there was a pretty good Jason around this time, right? Friday the 13th Texas chainsaw massacre and nightmare on Elm Street were all rebooted around this time. The Texas chainsaw mat. There are all three of them are very slick all three of them are very sort of like circa 2005 music video directors. Marcus nispel is the king of those films. They're like a little too glossy and prefab for me, but they do have they often have good kills. The zombie movies are mangy but beautiful, you know, like there really is a lot of technique technique thank you. Yeah, it was very artistic the movies, even though they were very dire. And then, like I said, Halloween, Halloween kills and Halloween ends concludes the 13 films. This kills your favorite of the DJs. I was thinking back when you were just talking earlier about you showing up at the restaurant Salazar the night that you and your wife Phoebe saw the first David Gordon green film. Your wife also a big fan of Halloween films. None of these movies. She was not a fan of that first film. I remember and she was and at the time we were producing the Halloween podcast series with Amy Nicholson, which is I think a really wonderful series and everybody participated in that John Carpenter Blum. We talked to everybody Jamie Lee. And

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"nispel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"nispel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"News Center at my Northwest, calm at least three homes and 11 other buildings in eastern Washington. Get eaten up by fire. Everyone in the Okanogan County communities have Nispel, Um Buffalo Lake and Cache Creek is evacuated. There are power outages in the area and phone lines are down creme TVs. Nicole Hernandez is there. The wind right now is really what's noticeable. That was soon as you kind of get out of the car. You start feeling that wind and that is what Cruz say is pushing this fire and, of course, making it more dangerous. There is no detour around a portion of the North Cascades Highway shut down by wildfires. Road workers say drivers are showing up at closure points, asking if they can get through on forest service roads. Seven mile stretch of state route. 20, west of Winthrop is expected to remain closed through the weekend and as fire season hits full swing jet fuel shortages are threatening to hinder planes and helicopters that drop fire retardants in the northwest. The federal government reports short term problems at bases in Oregon, Utah and Arizona already Jet fuel supply chains are still ramping up with the return to mass travel. Olympia City workers shut down a road to remove the safety hazards left behind by a homeless camp Carry, Redland tells Cairo seven TV. The cleanup is part of a new management program. We're going to provide more cleanup, more case management and other services between those three organizations. Here and some other sites around the community. Right now. The program is funded for one year. In your Cairo radio forecast calls for this afternoon to bring our warmest temperatures all week with high around right around 80 75 degrees in downtown Seattle at 305. This weather report brought to you by molecule dot com. That's molecule with a case. I'm Diane. Death. Weather. Cairo Radio News. Tell your smart speaker to play Cairo radio here for what's next. Wow. Wow. I didn't make a chance. They got it Cheap bitch. Wow. Oh, hey, hurry. Well, look at you a shorts on diving. It does the candidate Tom addressed much.

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"nispel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"nispel" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Pulled up sparks and hamburger coming dances. Very good thing. If you don't leave your debt, wildfire evacuations in Washington and Oregon the latest stuff we get a road report from Tracy Taylor. Diane. We got a couple of things that are kind of wrapping things up where North 25 years to sell 200 see tech and earlier crashed off to the side, a little bit of a distraction and a wreck on the side on South 25 1990. That's still slowing us down as we work our way from just after 85th through the downtown corridor, bumper to bumper on south and four or 55 20 to call Craig sparkly, some heavier traffic through Newcastle north on four or five drives struggling on 5 18 out to the Valley Freeway and a little hesitation as we get closer to the Maple Valley Highway. So far so good for your drivers through Kirkland and fossil. No issues on that southbound, rather northbound 167 drive, but South found starting to pick up outside of Kent, and so is the North. Um, five drivers. We get out of shoreline heading into Mountlake terrorists. Traffic is brought to you by a partnership for energy Progress in Washington. National gas infrastructure is being used to deliver a clean energy future supporting wind, solar and renewable gas. Learn more at P e p n w dot org Cairo Radio Real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor, now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest, calm at least three homes and 11 other buildings in eastern Washington. Get eaten up by fire. Everyone in the Okanogan County communities have Nispel, Um Buffalo Lake and Cache Creek is evacuated. There are power outages in the area and phone lines are down creme TVs. Nicole Hernandez.

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"nispel" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"nispel" Discussed on KOMO

"Ever at 56. The Boeing Field in Seattle right now, a few clouds and 57 degrees news time 6063 fires burning all the Colville reservation nearness Pelham forced people to evacuate their homes overnight. Those fires were sparked by lightning early last evening. Nkomo's Carlene Johnson has the update our outages of the area and phone lines being down because of the fire. Make it tough to get information this morning. But I am told by Okanogan County Emergency management. They have lost some buildings in Nispel. Um it's not clear at this point. If those are homes, Daniel, nine, Lampkin lives there until his coma. It was early evening Monday that dry lightning move through and within 20 minutes, he says, there was a large plume of smoke from the bluff above moving right toward town over Highway 155 and then burning the field of the adjacent side of Highway one. Class five about 500. People live in this bill, Um and they were ordered out. But Daniel says many stayed behind Okanogan County, also dealing with another big fire around MMA Zama. We expect to get an update on that fire as well later this morning. Carlene Johnson Common news. There's been an arrest in the shooting death of a young man last year inside Seattle's Capitol Hill occupied protest zone. U. S marshals arrested 19 year old Marcel Long in Des Moines yesterday. For Kelly 19 year old Lorenzo Anderson. Anderson's family issued a statement decrying what they call the flawed political system, which allowed the chops known to exist and allow laws of lawlessness to rain in Seattle, the Seattle City Council could move closer to making changes in the way police handle crowds and large demonstrations in the city. More from co. Mosley stole the council's Public Safety committee is looking at SPD's use and ability to use non lethal Tools, especially for crowd control. They faced a lot of prison criticism as a department last year for how they were handling crowds during protests that were happening during the summer. The ordinance up for a vote, possibly today would restrict officers from using tear gas, pepper balls and spray as tools for crowd control. Last year, the council did pass a similar measure, but it was never implemented by SPD. That's because the U. S District judge ruled it violated the consent decree. Now the judge issued a temporary restraining order against it. The ruling ordered officials to rework that ordinance in order to be in compliance with the Justice Department's consent Decree Committee meeting starts at 9 30 this morning and will be monitoring it. The State patrol has now arrested another person for throwing debris at cars near Seattle's Rainier Avenue in 9 90. Witness help troopers arrest 35 year old Nicholas Sousa on Saturday. Some drivers are asking for more fencing in that area. But here's what Bart trees with the Department of Transportation says. It's difficult defense all the overpasses in areas where people can view the highway. Uh Temporary fencing. You know, we've seen fencing cut and we're patching offenses right now. In another case, about four o'clock yesterday morning, a 911 call reported a person throwing debris from behind defense. There's been no arrest. Yet. In that incident, Teachers in the Edmund School district are in line for a pay hike this fall as we hear from Cuomo's Eric Heights. The salary increase comes as part of an agreement set for approval by the district's board of directors tonight. The one year deal calls for a wage hike of 2% for certified teachers, plus a $1250 increase for each step in their salary schedule. With the changes the effort Herald reports, the first year instructor with a bachelor's degree will earn a starting salary of $69,000, which would be the highest in the state. A teacher with 14 years experience a master's degree in 90 units of additional education. Would make more than 124,000. The school board meeting begins at 6 30 tonight and will be conducted virtually via Zoom Eric Heinze. Common news Come on news time, 6 10. Time to get to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk once again, Here's Tom Butler All Star game Tuesday. The 91st edition coming up tonight, but a busy day in baseball again yesterday as the major league draft continued, The Mariners selected nine players, five position players, four pitchers, seven from college and two high school selections. In Round two. They chose Edwin Arroyo, director of amateur scouting, Scott Hunter talked about him. Edwin Arroyo is a switch hitting shortstop party that maybe maybe is the youngest high school player in this draft. We see a plus defender, shortstop with the Plus are He's got a plus run to or he came up here actually to T Mobile week before the draft and worked out for us, and we were shocked to see the kind of strength of rural power Jack Arroyo is 17 In the third round. They picked an 18 year old right handed pitcher out of Pennsylvania named Michael Morales. The MLB first year player draft wraps up today with Ron's 11 through 20. As for the game itself tonight, the National League starter Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals. And Shohei Otani making history in the American League. He'll be the first to weigh starter in the history of the game, which dates back to 1933. He was separately voted to start at designated hitter by the fans and to be among the five starting pitchers by fellow players so he'll start on the mound and lead off at D. H. And though he was favorite, Otani did not win the home run derby that went to Pete Alonso of the New York Mets. For the second straight year and of the NHL. The Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated their second straight Stanley Cup title with a boat parade in downtown Tampa yesterday. Sports at 10 to 40 past each hour. Tom Butler come on News co news time. 6 11 government regulators are supposed to move quickly to remove dangerous products from the marketplace. But a new consumer reports investigation found that the Consumer Product Safety Commission is Basically broken come most. Holly Menino explains a malfunctioning fire extinguisher, a lawnmower with a potential hazard, a nail gun defect that shoots nails sideways. All of these issues allegedly resulted in horrific injuries Yet you've probably never heard of any of these problems. There's this law known as section 37, that requires companies to notify the CPSC when there are lawsuits connected to their products that alleged serious injuries or death. But our investigation found that the sequence he rarely learns of these lawsuits. People should know about these lawsuits and safety regulators should be able to investigate and take action as needed. The CPSC declined to comment on specific questions from consumer reports. It's important to know that the law as originally proposed before it was enacted in 1990 called for companies to alert the CPSC about a product when a single lawsuit had been filed alleging significant injury or death. But that's not what ultimately passed is now required to be reported after three lawsuits have been settled or found in favor of the plaintiff within a specific two year period. Lawsuits like these often take longer than she Years, so it's rare that the CPSC it finds out about these lawsuits at all. In fact, over the last 25 years, only two companies have been cited for failing to report lawsuits to the CPSC. Well. Jonathan judge, a lawyer who specializes in product safety counseling for manufacturers, says the law is fine as it currently stands. The failures of section 37 have consumer advocates calling for changes. Every lawsuit alleging injured depth should be reported to the CPSC went as filed. The agency should have all the information it needs to keep potentially dangerous products out of people's homes. Holly Menino Co. Mo News General Motors announcing this morning that it plans to spend more than $71 million to build a design center in Pasadena to focus on mobility ventures outside the scope of traditional vehicles. The company wouldn't say how many people will be working at the new center, but says it should help GM Recruit technical and design workers from nearby universities. A smaller GM design centered out in North Hollywood is going to be moving into the Pasadena complex when it opens next year. The company already is building a new design center on its Warren. Michigan Technical Center cap is near Detroit. Come on news.

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"nispel" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"nispel" Discussed on KOMO

"First an update from ABC News. Good morning. It's five o'clock from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Dozens of wildfires are burning across the Western states. The flames fueled by the summers, third intense heat wave and excessively dry conditions. A BCS will car in Doyle, California, which has been through its second major fire in eight months. Residents here describe a horrific scene. They say the flames raced towards this community like a freight train. Some people only had a matter of seconds to get out before. Those flames destroyed many of the homes on this block. Last year was a historic fire season here in California, and this year we've already had more fires and far more land burn, and it comes on the heels of another record setting Heatwave 0% contained bootleg fire and southern Oregon threatening power transmission lines coming into California. Democratic lawmakers, hopelessly outnumbered in the Texas Legislature have led the state rather than vote on a controversial package of election related bills a vote they would surely lose ABC, Jim Ryan says it's not the first time the tactics been tried in 2000 and three Democratic lawmakers slipped over the state line into Oklahoma to deprive the Republicans a quorum when a redistricting bill came up. This time they've gone to Washington, where they found the support of Vice President Kamala Harris, who agrees that the GOP backed legislation would discourage minority voting. Fighting for the right to vote is as American as apple pie. By the way, the 2003 standoff ended when then Governor Rick Perry called a third special session. Democrats conceded defeat and the redistricting plan was passed. Jim Ryan ABC NEWS Dallas, A new warning added to the Johnson and Johnson Covid 19 vaccine about links to a rare neurological reaction. But officials say the benefits far outweigh the risks of the vaccination in France President Emmanuel Macron ordering all French healthcare workers to get their covid 19 vaccine shots by September, 15th. Anyone who wants to go to a restaurant shopping mall trainer plane have to get a covid pass. Nearly a million people signed up to get vaccinated after the announcement. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good morning. It's five to we're starting with clear skies in Seattle. It's 59 degrees right now, Along with Greg Herschel time manufacturer here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. Three fires are burning in north Central Washington, and it prompted mandatory evacuations for the town of Nispel. Um and surrounding areas. We get the latest from Camoes, Carlene Johnson. Daniel nine. M. Kin lives in the Spielman tells KOMO. Several strikes of dry lightning hit early evening about 20. Minutes later, there was a human guess, uh, So cloud that we could see from town a short time After that wind was whipping the fire from the bluff above right up to the edge of town and level three evacuations went out in a hurry for the town of about 500. People burn so quickly, and we only had about 45 minutes to an hour before we were evacuated out of town Shelter has been set up by the Red Cross of the Grand Cooley Elementary School gym. But Daniel tells us many people have refused to leave. Stayed behind to protect their homes. He tells us a few unoccupied buildings have burned on the edge of town. Carlene Johnson Come on news COM Oh news time now, 531 of the busiest stretches of Interstate five will be closed for a second weekend this summer. Almost, Brian Calvert explains, crews will continue what they started a couple of weeks ago. Only then we were experiencing record breaking heat crews were repaving the South.

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