26 Burst results for "October 2018"

"october 2018" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Fox. This week we are rerunning our interview with Nick Kroll from October 2018 in which we talked about the second season of big mouth. Since then, big mouth has aired three more seasons and starting tomorrow, march 18th, Kroll and co will be debuting a spin off series, human resources, a workplace comedy set in the world of the monsters of big mouth. So you have your hormone monsters, your shame wizards, and your love bugs, et cetera, and so on. We're big mouth focuses on puberty, human resources takes the same hilarious, grotesque, unflinching look at adult emotions. But back to big mouth, which if you haven't seen is based on Nick's childhood relationship with his best friend and big mouth co creator Andrew Goldberg, in which Nick was an extremely late bloomer and Andrew an extremely horny bloomer. Things you need to know for the senior about to hear. Andrew was voiced by John Mulaney, Nick voices Nick, Lola, and Andrews hormone monster Maurice. Lola is mad at Andrew because he wouldn't pan her even though it is national pantsing week. In the previous scene, Lola expressed her frustration over this by panting Nick, showing his penis to the entire school, including his crush. An event based on real-life Nick's own childhood. Andrew is just generally disgusted with himself. The first people or I guess beings you're about to hear are Maurice and the shame wizard voiced by David thewlis. So here is Nick Kroll. I'm surprised you're not all over that kid. Yeah, he's parents have given him such high sell this stain besides our more interested in the game these two are playing. Like, why wouldn't you just like pants me? I get a little shy when it comes to aggressively removing someone else's clothes. Oh my God, you're such a nerd, but I'm the cool way like when good-looking people wear glasses. You're like a nobody. Yeah. This little oil drum gets ya. I think I can work with this. Suck and or whatever your whole last name is. My last name is glauberman. Perfect. I know. It's a stupid name. Stupidest thing I ever some letters in it so it must suck, right? It sucks so hard. Oh man, all this verbal abuse is making my nips hard. Yeah. I'm a worthless, boring nobody. Actually worse than a nobody because you're just a disgusting slimy little warm. You big black. Wait, wait, say something mean about how clammy my hands are. I'm gonna ring you out like a spoon. Oh, you're a sociopath..

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"october 2018" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"According to documents obtained by a freedom of information request, white coat waste project and subsequent media coverage, from October 2018 to February 2019, NIA spent $1.86 million of taxpayer funds on drug tests involving 48 beagle puppies. The dogs were all between 6th and 8 months old the commission test involved injecting and force feeding the puppies and experimental drug for several weeks before killing them and dissecting them. Fauci funding experiment again in Tunisia, as we mentioned where they had to have starved, sandflies, beast on them alive. The invoice to the naid for the actual work was four or dect. Known as devocalization involves slitting a dog's vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling or crying. Approximately 30% of all the promising medication have failed in human clinical trials because they are found to be toxic, despite promising preclinical preclinical trials and animal models. But 60% of the candidate drug fails due to lack of efficacy. The people who fund the torture of dogs should not be able to make medical decisions about your children. The people that have time and time again said that we want beagles heads to be eaten alive by sandflies in Tunisia, which again is something out of some sort of James Bond movie. What does that say for the type of leader that we actually have in the federal health bureaucracy? What does that say actually for Fauci and for Francis Collins themselves and now Fauci comes out and he says that he wants to have vaccines available for children than the first week or two in November. Some people are gonna say these two things are unrelated. I won't. Anyone who tortures beagles, I'm gonna stop listening to you about anything. Like you're a sick person. You need

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Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 7 months ago

Fauci Under Fire for Sick and Twisted Beagle Puppy Experiments

"According to documents obtained by a freedom of information request, white coat waste project and subsequent media coverage, from October 2018 to February 2019, NIA spent $1.86 million of taxpayer funds on drug tests involving 48 beagle puppies. The dogs were all between 6th and 8 months old the commission test involved injecting and force feeding the puppies and experimental drug for several weeks before killing them and dissecting them. Fauci funding experiment again in Tunisia, as we mentioned where they had to have starved, sandflies, beast on them alive. The invoice to the naid for the actual work was four or dect. Known as devocalization involves slitting a dog's vocal cords in order to prevent them from barking, howling or crying. Approximately 30% of all the promising medication have failed in human clinical trials because they are found to be toxic, despite promising preclinical preclinical trials and animal models. But 60% of the candidate drug fails due to lack of efficacy. The people who fund the torture of dogs should not be able to make medical decisions about your children. The people that have time and time again said that we want beagles heads to be eaten alive by sandflies in Tunisia, which again is something out of some sort of James Bond movie. What does that say for the type of leader that we actually have in the federal health bureaucracy? What does that say actually for Fauci and for Francis Collins themselves and now Fauci comes out and he says that he wants to have vaccines available for children than the first week or two in November. Some people are gonna say these two things are unrelated. I won't. Anyone who tortures beagles, I'm gonna stop listening to you about anything. Like you're a sick person. You need

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"october 2018" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Oh, my gosh. I don't like being without my Penis for too long. Oh, my gosh. If if the dude who wrote the lyrics for King missile, Uh, we're writing fake academic papers. They'd be writing exactly what former Portland State philosophy Professor Peter Berg ASEAN Road I shared it with you. In the last segment, the conceptual Penis as a social construct. I'm sharing with you. A letter that was published at Bari Weiss is sub Stack by Peter magazine announcing his resignation from Portland State University. I'm not gonna read all of that again. I'm gonna continue where I left off. But the first party was talking about how He had recognized the increasing Lack of tolerance of new ideas, diversity of thought. At his university, and he tried to prove How some of this so called scholarship was really just a bunch of junk. He said after he published that ridiculous Penis thing intentionally ridiculous. He said. I continued to believe that if I exposed the flawed thinking on which Portland State's new values were based, I could shake the university from its madness. And just sharing this, this one part over again in 2018 I co published a series of absurd or morally repugnant. Peer reviewed articles in journals that focused on issues of race and gender. And one of them. We argued that there was an epidemic of dog rape at dog parks. And we propose that we leash men the way we leashed dogs. Our purpose was to show that certain kinds of so called scholarship or not based on finding truth, but on advancing social grievances, administrators and faculty were so angered by the papers that they published an anonymous piece in the student paper and Portland State filed formal charges against me. Accusing me of research misconduct based on the absurd premise that the journal editors who accepted are intentionally deranged articles where human subjects I was found guilty of not receiving approval to experiment on human subjects. Meanwhile, ideological intolerance continued to grow at Portland State and March 2018 10 years professor disrupted a public discussion I was holding with author Christina Hoff Sommers and evolutionary biologists Bret Weinstein and Heather Haying. In June 2018 someone triggered the fire alarm. During my conversation with popular cultural critic Carl Benjamin. In October, 2018 and activists pulled out the speaker wires to interrupt a panel with former Google engineer James Dame or the university did nothing to stop or address this behavior. No one was punished her disciplined For me. The years that followed were marked by continued harassment. I'd find fliers around campus of me with Pinocchio nose. I was spit on and threatened by passersby while walking to class. I was informed by students that my colleagues were telling them to avoid my classes and, of course, there was subjected to more investigation. I wish I could say that what I'm describing hasn't taken a personal toll, but it has taken exactly the toll it was intended to. And increasingly intolerable work life and without the protection of tenure. This isn't about me. This is about the kind of institutions we want and the values we choose. Every idea that has advanced human freedom has always and without fail, been initially condemned. As individuals. We often seem incapable of remembering this lesson. But that is exactly what our institutions are for to remind us that the freedom to question is our fundamental right educational institutions to remind us That that right is also our duty. Portland State University has failed in fulfilling this duty. In doing so, it is failed not only its students, but the public that supports it. Well, I am grateful for the opportunity to have taught at Portland State for over a decade. It has become clear to me that this institution is no place for people who intend. To think freely and explore ideas. This is not the outcome I wanted, but I feel morally. I feel morally obligated to make this choice for 10 years I've taught my students the importance of living by your principles. One of mine is to defend our system of liberal education from those who seek to destroy it. Who would.

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"october 2018" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Trash Tuesday Let us know who you're trashing on the old Twitter machine DEA on CBS or on the phone today 55 to 1 to 4 to 27. Coming up in 20 minutes were stunned to a news in 40 minutes. Russell Wilson and the Seahawks and a big opening game Can they burst open to have a huge season coming up next? Our Mark Schlereth is going to join US three time Super Bowl champion. Part of the Washington team that won in 91, the Denver team that won in 97 to 98. Also in our number four Trent Dilfer is going to join us and so plenty of football action. This morning. As I mentioned before we are live at 93.1 K. 80 K the ticket studios in Boise, Idaho. Thus begins our week long journey and adventure here in the Mountain West. First time in three years. I've been back three years ago and October 2018. It was such a phenomenal event. I said, if they ever invited me back out, absolutely take them up on that offer. They did, and I said I'm in. But let's do it for a full week. And so I'm excited to be here. Starting on Thursday. We'll have a shows open for the audience to come visit Thursday morning Dutch Bro's Thursday afternoon, the stage coach Friday morning will be at bacon. Yes, there is a restaurant slash grill slash breakfast place called Bacon, which is just a shame or as cannot be there. I feel like meringue should be, uh, their mascot. I think he should be wearing a big bacon outfit. Kind of like Justin Timberlake and Burrito Ville that sketch for and from SNL. Outside, just waving people into bacon. All the bacon And then Friday afternoon, we're going to be a big owls. We're gonna be doing a preview show there as well for the Boise State Oklahoma State game on Saturday. And then we're going to be also doing some college football on Saturday morning between 11 and one local time to have people come out and watch some college ball and then we'll go out to the tailgate and watch the game at night, so it's a full schedule of events. You can follow me on Instagram for all of the latest where we are, when we're going to be there. The schedule of events. My daily routines were going up into the mountains today, which I'm thrilled about going to be there overnight. Going to do some fishing tomorrow. I'm super stoked about So you can follow me on Instagram for the latest on that at Damon. Um Endo. I've already started posting from the trip and the travel from yesterday and then today, the first show here in Boise last night Monday night. Football. Raiders survive, trailing 14. Nothing early in this game. It felt like it was going to be a Ravens blowout. And yet the Raiders kept coming back. And so you got to give the Raiders a lot of credit and Derek are a lot of credit. You heard bogus, played that audio snippet from Derek Carr in our number one where he said that game kind of felt like most of his career, like yea Oh, crap. Which is yes, most of Derek Carr's career where you're like, Oh, that's a really good throw. And then Oh my God, That's a terrible decision. And there was a lot of that last night for the Raiders. I'm not sure if you watched both broadcast but last night with this was also the debut of the Manning cast, where on ESPN two That also ESPN plus Peyton and Eli. We're in their respective homes, and they were breaking down the game. I guess Peyton was in some type of studio I should say, because there was a large space was that was that patents home or that type of ESPN plus, like makeshift studio more as I think it was their homes because Eli was in a similar space of his own, so unless ESPN plus in both of wherever they live, built Some kind of studios like somewhere that isn't their home. I think there was their home and they had an elaborate setup for each I guess I shouldn't be surprised if Peyton Manning has an enormous basement where he can call out plays and run place. But it just seemed like it wasn't it didn't seem like it was furnished like a home. It felt more studio like But he might have like a 6000 square foot house in somewhere and outside of Nashville or something like that in New Orleans, And this is where you know he's got, like his 13th. Bathroom slash Game room is where they set this thing up. When they panned back. Eli actually had a similar amount of space and a similar TV monitor set up, So maybe ESPN just came into their homes and said, All right, where is the most space? You guys have You want to do this and let's set you up with the way we wanted to look So Peyton was at his home. Eli was at his home or some type of studios there, and then they also had players throughout the night joined via Zoom. Travis Kelsey joined Russell Wilson joined late. And I flip between the two. I watched half the game, I would say with the regular broadcast half the game with the Manning cast now full disclosure. I'm not a huge fan of the regular Monday night Booth, I find it to be completely mediocre. It's fine. It's serviceable. It just doesn't feel big. I think that Levi's fine. He's at a great play by play guy. I think Greece is mediocre at best, I think really can be good but can't really carry the full analysis. So by and large, I'm kind of looking. I'm one of those people looking for a secondary option there on the play by play. And I thought Peyton and Eli did that. They gave you a viable option. Now week number one, it was clunky at times. I thought bringing in the other players was awkward because they're on zoom. And so the camera quality is not as good. The audio quality is not as good They're kind of stepping on one another. There's a slight delay with the other athletes. They don't know when to jump in. Because, of course, they've never done this before. With this crew. They've got no practice, so that part of it, I thought to be a little A little sloppy at times. But I thought the idea that concept was really interesting. And Peyton and Eli breaking down every game or every play rather Based on what they see from defense is from how the offensive line is setting up from the hot reads the routes what you're seeing from the the opposing defensive coordinator. I thought all of that was really good. And what you realize is Peyton Manning is naturally built for this. He could right now be the best or one of the best color analysts in the game to me, he'd be immediately right there with men and Rome. Oh, and Collinsworth as a tear, a analyst But Eli is also really good as well. And the light takes the back seat patents. The driver of all of this But when Eli break something down, it's smooth. It's good, and it's smart. And also Peyton and Eli are able to make fun of one another. I mean, there was a part last night, There was a moment where Peyton Manning throws on a Ravens helmet. It is trying to act out one of the plays. And he's doing so in kind of a goofy way a little bit, and Ely says, Have they ever find a helmet? Big enough for you with that for? Now, I don't think anybody else in broadcasting can make a joke about Peyton Manning's forehead. I don't think anybody else can do that. Maybe Tom Brady, but certainly not a play by play guy. Joe Tessitore can't do that. Steve Levy can't do that. Greg Gumbel can't do that. Pick your guy that So that thing works, whatever. They've got their works. My biggest complaint would be. I wish Peyton and Eli we're in the same room. Because then you can play off one another. See one another's You know your body language when you're going to speak with the next guy is going to do. Yeah, Yeah, Yada. It's so much better if you're in the same space with one another. I think I'd go lighter on the guests. They had Barkley early. Russell Wilson Lee Travis Kelsey, I don't think you need there always to be a third.

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"october 2018" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:11 min | 8 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Again. Trash Tuesday Let us know who you're trashing on the old Twitter machine D a on CBS or on the phone today 55 to 1 to 4 to 27. Coming up in 20 minutes were stunned to a news in 40 minutes. Russell Wilson and the Seahawks and a big opening game Can they burst open to have a huge season coming up next? Our Mark Schlereth is going to join US three time Super Bowl champion. Part of the Washington team that won in 91, the Denver teams that won in 97 to 98. Also in our number four Trent Dilfer is going to join us and so plenty of football action. This morning. As I mentioned before we are live at 93.1 K T. I k the ticket studios in Boise, Idaho. Thus begins our week long journey and adventure here in the mountain West. First time in three years. I've been back three years ago and October 2018. It was such a phenomenal event. I said, if they ever invited me back out, absolutely take them up on that offer. They did, and I said, I'm in. But let's do it for a full week and so I'm excited to be here. Starting on Thursday. We'll have shows open for the audience to come visit Thursday morning Dutch Bro's Thursday afternoon. The stage coach Friday morning will be at Bacon. Yes, there is a restaurant slash Grill slash breakfast place called Bacon, which is just a shame or as cannot be there. I feel like Mariah should be, uh, their mascot. I think he should be wearing a big bacon outfit. Kind of like Justin Timberlake and Burrito Ville that sketch for and from SNL. Outside, just waving people into bacon. Won't the bacon And then Friday afternoon, we're going to be a big owls. We're gonna be doing a preview show there as well for the Boise State Oklahoma State game on Saturday. And then we're going to be also doing some college football on Saturday morning between 11 and one local time to have people come out and watch some college ball and then we'll go out to the tailgate and watch the game at night, so it's a full schedule of events. You can follow me on Instagram for all of the latest where we are, when we're going to be there. The schedule of events. My daily routines were going up into the mountains today, which I'm thrilled about going to be there overnight. Going to do some fishing tomorrow. I'm super stoked about So you can follow me on Instagram for the latest on that at Damon. Um Endo. I've already started posting from the trip of the travel from yesterday. And then today, the first show here in Boise last night Monday night. Football. Raiders survive, trailing 14. Nothing early in this game. It felt like it was going to be a Ravens blowout. And yet the Raiders kept coming back. And so you got to give the Raiders a lot of credit and Derek are a lot of credit. You heard bogus play that audio snippet from Derek Carr in our number one where he said that game kind of felt like most of his career, like yea Oh, crap! Which is yes, most of Derek Carr's career where you're like, Oh, that's a really good throw. And then Oh, my God, That's a terrible decision. And there was a lot of that last night for the Raiders. I'm not sure if you watched both broadcast but last night with his was also the debut of the Manning cast were on ESPN two and then also ESPN plus Peyton and Eli. Were in their respective homes, and they were breaking down the game. I guess Peyton was in some type of studio I should say, because there was a large space was that was that patents home or that type of ESPN plus, like makeshift studio more as I think it was their homes because Eli was in a similar space of his own, so I unless ESPN plus in both of wherever they live, built Some kind of studios like somewhere that isn't their home. I think there was their home and they had a an elaborate setup for each I guess I shouldn't be surprised if Peyton Manning has an enormous basement where he can call out plays and run place. But it just seemed like it wasn't it didn't seem like it was furnished like a home. It felt more studio like But he might have like a 6000 square foot house in somewhere and outside of Nashville or something like that in New Orleans, And this is where you know he's got, like his 13th. Bathroom slash Game room is where they set this thing up. When they panned back. I actually had a similar amount of space and a similar TV monitor set up, so maybe ESPN just came into their homes and said, All right, where is the most space? You guys have You want to do this and let's set you up with the way we wanted to look So Peyton was at his home. Eli was at his home or some type of studios there, and then they also had players throughout the night joined via Zoom. Travis Kelsey joined Russell Wilson joined late. And I flip between the two. I watched half the game, I would say with the regular broadcast half the game with the Manning cast now full disclosure. I'm not a huge fan of the regular Monday night Booth, I find it to be completely mediocre. It's fine. It's serviceable. It just doesn't feel big. I think that Levi is fine. He's at a great play by play guy. I think Greece is mediocre at best, I think really can be good but can't really carry the full analysis. So by and large, I'm kind of looking. I'm one of those people looking for a secondary option there on the play by play. And I thought Peyton and Eli did that. They gave you a viable option. Now week number one, it was clunky at times. I thought bringing in the other players was awkward because they're on zoom. And so the camera quality is not as good. The audio quality is not as good They're kind of stepping on one another. There's a slight delay with the other athletes. They don't know when to jump in. Because, of course, they've never done this before. With this crew. They've got no practice, so that part of it, I thought to be a little A little sloppy at times. But I thought the idea that concept was really interesting. And Peyton and Eli breaking down every game or every play rather Based on what they see from defense is from how the offensive line is setting up from the hot reads the routes what you're seeing from the the opposing defensive coordinator. I thought all of that was really good. And what you realize is Peyton Manning is naturally built for this. He could right now be the best or one of the best color analysts in the game to me, he'd be immediately right there with eight men and Rome. Oh, and Collinsworth as a tear, a analyst But Eli is also really good as well. And the light takes the back seat patents. The driver of all of this But when Eli break something down, it's smooth. It's good, and it's smart. And also Peyton and Eli are able to make fun of one another. I mean, there was a part last night, There was a moment where Peyton Manning throws on a Ravens helmet. It is trying to act out one of the plays. And he's doing so in kind of a goofy way a little bit, and Ely says, Have they ever find a helmet big enough for you with that forehead? Now, I don't think anybody else in broadcasting can make a joke about Peyton Manning's forehead. I don't think anybody else can do that. Maybe Tom Brady, but certainly not a play by play guy. Joe Tessitore can't do that. Steve Levy can't do that. Greg Gumbel can't do that. Pick your guy that So that thing works, whatever. They've got their works. My biggest complaint would be. I wish Peyton and Eli we're in the same room. Because then you can play off one another. See one another's You know your body language when you're going to speak with the next guy is going to do. Yeah, Yeah, Yada. It's so much better if you're in the same space with one another. I think I'd go lighter on the guests. They had Barkley early. Russell Wilson Lee Travis Kelsey, I don't think you need there always to be a third.

Steve Levy Greg Gumbel Derek Carr New Orleans Mark Schlereth Travis Kelsey Trent Dilfer Joe Tessitore Yada Friday morning Saturday morning Thursday morning Friday afternoon Justin Timberlake Thursday Russell Wilson Ely Saturday Thursday afternoon October 2018
"october 2018" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:32 min | 11 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right, John. Thanks so much. We appreciate that, looking at WTI Crude oil here $74.33 an ounce off about 80 cents, but it had been as high as $76.98. Earlier today, so this is just moving higher. We've seen oil really over the last several weeks, and all I know about that is it's a commodity, so it's supply its demand. So I'm guessing demand is, um You know, more than supply right here, So that's basically my analysis. Fortunately, we have so many, much, much smarter on this to explain it to us. Fernando Value. He's an oil and gas analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. Fernando, Let's start with OPEC here. Um, they didn't get it done this weekend. So tell us what's going on with OPEC. What happened over the weekend and kind of how you think it might play out? Sure, both first thanks for being here for let me participate today. Um, there is a major disagreement between OPEC place including Russia and the U. A. E, the United Urban Emirates. And the big dispute is really about when you set the baseline for the OPEC plus cards. Their stock, extending the cuts beyond April, 2022 the way he doesn't want to extend this early ahead, but they are okay to complain with the cuts, but their baseline for production is set in October, 2018 And they added capacity. Just after that, So currently video he has about a third of its capacity has been idled since the cuts in 2019. Um And so they want to bring back. They want to reset the baseline to be their production production production capacity. Understand, as opposed to October 2018 and as opposed to the Saudi Arabian economy. Do you use a lot more dependent on oil revenues, even though they're benefiting from the rise in oil prices. They're still struggling a little bit with the fiscal balance without that additional production. Can you draw out What's at stake here? Because really, it looks like it's the stability of the global economic recovery. Oil's already had a six year high. What are the ramifications of a lot of these delays and the volatility that's arising from them? Currently the biggest issue is just higher oil prices for the short term, although right now they're trading down a little bit. But without resetting that baseline and getting additional volume, we would In the current status quo of the men recovery, you know, e c D. We were expected in balance to continue and drive oil prices higher and is actually pressure from the by the administration for OPEC's increased some of that production back. So we don't see disparate impact on inflation as we're seeing with other commodities, So that's really what's in the balance now And ultimately, uh, energy is really, um Hinges on GDP growth and gasoline and jet on disposable income growth so higher oil prices that are actually a a long term issue for oil demand. So there is an interest for effect did not get back to the 100 oil $100 oil prices that we saw in 2010 to 2014. Because, really, that's what gave rise to shale. That's what gave rise to a lot of the improvements in mileage and that really curtailed oil men. So Fernando, generally speaking, where would OPEC like oil to trade in an ideal world. I know different countries, I guess have different breakevens, but just give us a sense of how that works. Exactly So the break even as opposed to a company is not what it takes for you to cover your operating expenses and everything else. It's because these companies these countries are essentially Almost 100% dependent on oil is how much what oil price they require in order to cover their fiscal clocks. And that will vary from Venezuela, which is in the two hundred's society, which is probably quote 6 55 to 60, depending on their production levels. And, um So the Saudi and Russia can can make do in the 60 to $70 range, but they prefer anywhere between 70 to $80. I think that tends to be Price where you can start to see an impact on global demand. We have a heuristic that when total energy costs over 7% of the global full of the domestic product, it starts to be detrimental to overall group. So I think that it's you anywhere between 60 to 75. I think that's probably there Goldilocks scenario where they're making a lot of money. Um, but at the same time, they're not damaging long term demand. Can you give us a road map here of what the next couple of days should look like and what the conflicts might be in the interim. Well, I think that's that's everybody's guests. Now the you know, he had said the meeting has been postponed while society in Russia said the meeting was canceled, so I think We're now at least in the short term. We're going to continue having these dueling narratives. I think talks of video leading OPEC are probably not unfounded, but I think we'll we'll get more pressure to at least get a A temporary, uh, at least a small increasing production over the next couple of days, and that could be coupled with extending the deal beyond the current expiring. Hey, Fernando. You mentioned earlier the U. S shale producers. They have not been the most disciplined lot. Historically, do we expect them to just start drilling again? Well so far. We haven't seen that except for the private operators. The public operators have stuck to their capital discipline, and part of that is because they have to because they took on too much debt during the pandemic, and the focus now is to reduce that debt rather than continue to grow. You've seen anywhere, one from Chronicle Phillips, who has always been disciplined, increasing share buybacks to accidents, uh, hasn't always been the most disciplined by focusing instead on that reduction. So right now, when you look at the track spread count, um which is how many walls are completed? Only the permanent is significantly from the lows of April 2020. But even that there, we haven't seen a return to 2019 levels. We're seeing that discipline. Most of the growth has been from private operators that don't have the same pressures as the public ones, and the public ones have outlined more plans to return capital as opposed to continue England to grow. What can we see? Coming out of Washington and real quick here really in 30 seconds or so What can we expect from Joe Biden in terms of guidance? I think mostly diplomacy as opposed to outward comments. The administration is in a tough spot where they have to promote higher oil production, which is really against their overall stated goals. But in order to prevent higher inflation that could be damaging to the the U. S and global economy. They have to pressure OPEC plus to raise production a little bit, but they can't be seen to be doing that. So so so. Fernando. Thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate it as always, Your go to person for global oil, Fernando value oil and gas analyst for Bloomberg in intelligence looking at crude.

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"october 2018" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Police arrived, they found a car riddled with bullet holes and shell casings on the street. Across the Metroplex in Fort Worth. Eight people were hospitalized in critical condition the shooting in the 3400 block of Horn Street just west of Lake Como Park. Meanwhile, DPD says over 5000 disturbance calls came in over the weekend. The calls were for gunshots, fireworks and loud music. Debris from various types of fireworks were left at several city parks and business parking lots. Some residents said the loud noise was a problem on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The noise didn't stop in some places until five a.m. Monday morning, according to reports. Mickey Briggs W B A P News search and Rescue crews are braving the elements as they continue to dig through the rubble of the collapse. Condo and Surfside, Florida. 32 people are now confirmed Dead at 113 remain unaccounted for Correspondent Lauren Blanchard, four more bodies found in the rubble of the collapsed condo building in Surfside, Florida this after crews demolish the last standing portion of champagne towers south overnight. Officials say the demolition was crucial to search and rescue efforts. The cause of the collapse is under investigation. The town of Surfside released a structural field survey report from October 2018, which said the waterproofing below the condos pull deck, an entrance dry was failing and causing major structural damage. Texas business Real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow was down 183 points. NASDAQ Up 14 points on the S and P 500 down 11 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say you're next update is at 9 30 24 7 coverage at W b a p dot com This is the news and talk of Texas. It's DFW is liberty loving Latino, Chris sell Saito. Right now. On news talk a 20.

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"october 2018" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"The conversation was from October 2018. This is the New Yorker radio hour with more to come. Yeah. The New Yorker radio hour is supported by indeed with tools like Skills tests designed to help quality candidates show hiring managers what they can do learn more and indeed dot com slash credit and by progressive insurance offering snapshot, a device designed to reward safe drivers learn more at progressive dot com or 1. 800 progressive. Now that's progressive. Maria Jose this week on Latino USA after Hurricane Maria and eccentric community of Cryptocurrency Investors arrives in Puerto Rico with promises to change everything the This is a decentralized movement, and I'm not aware of anyone building dedicated community. I think there are one now. But what do Puerto Ricans think about that? That's this week on Latino USA? That's going to come up tonight at seven o'clock here on news 88 7. Families issue made general manager on behalf of Houston Public media Thank you to the businesses and organizations who sponsor Houston Public media programming. This critical backing is a big part of how we're able to bring you our listeners and viewers news community connection and inspiration. Every day. These partners help us support a thriving community. Thank you to find out how your organization can help to learn more as sponsor, Houston public media dot org We're taught.

"october 2018" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

08:15 min | 11 months ago

"october 2018" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"We invite some of the most interesting people in America to come talk with us at the New Yorker, festival writers, musicians, inventors and leaders and every sort of field you can think of. And we'll start today with the writer and trans activist Janet Mark. Mark made her name with the best selling memoir called Redefining Real Nous, which is about her childhood growing up Trans in Hawaii in Texas, and there, she writes about gender sexuality, identity. And self discovery. The book won many awards, and in the last few years, Mark went on to do a great deal More. She wrote another book, She signed a deal with Netflix, and she worked as a writer, director and executive producer on the FX drama Pose, which just finished its final season. Staff writer Hilton All's joined Janet Mark at the New Yorker Festival in October. 2018. I thought I would start by declaring That there are two Hawaiians that have changed my life. You and Bette Midler. Um, and any state that can produce the two of you is okay by me. Um, so I wanted to For those folks who haven't seen or read channels folks, rather is redefining real nous and surpassingly illness. It's really quite extraordinary story. Um Tell me Tell us a little bit about this first years in Hawaii, and also it's a very complex marriage that your parents had. Um Yeah. So I think in order to understand where you're going, we need a little bit about where you coming from. Yeah, my dad, the black man from Texas. He joined the military. He joined the Navy and he got stationed. His first duty station was in Hawaii, where he met my mom who was a civilian working in civilian service on Pearl Harbor Naples Naval base where he was stationed. She's a native Hawaiian woman. Um, they got married. Had me and my brother Chad, Um, and there was at least it seemed like a semblance of marital bliss. In the beginning. My father loves himself and he loves women. So he went out and, you know, sought out pleasure in the way that he wanted to outside of The commitment he made to my mom, which broke her heart which led her to a lot of heartache. And I remember when my only memories I remember them being in the same room was And I write about it in my first book as my mom my mom's attempt and cry for help by slashing her wrists. Yes, And so that sort of dysfunction was the normalcy for me growing up. There's a really extraordinary section and, um, your first book where your father takes you to Texas. Um and you're exposed to, um, kind of Christian fundamentalism. Really? That had affected his life. What was that, like? Um, for you, especially since you were already feeling gender difference. Um, in the world. My father definitely took on the role of you know, I'm Your father and you are my son, and therefore it's my responsibility to correct you. Right? So all of your your feminine ways. I need to berate them out of you. Police them out of you. So he was like the number one Container. In that sense, his job was to contain me. Um, And so when my mother and father split up, the first thing my mom did was send her two sons to go live with their father Did did she feel that she was investing in their future masculinity? Kind of. I think I think so. But I also think that she was also You know, looking for a new life in a new start, and so by sending her two young Children to go live with, you know their father was a way for her to have a break from having you know, four Children? Yes. So she could take care of the older too. And then let us go to be with our dad, which was his responsibility to take care of us in that way, And that was very wrenching for you because you were very close. I love my mother was obsessed with my mother. How did it work out that you went back to your mother? Um, after time. I think I think my godfather who was my my father's, Um, Navy buddy came to visit us and saw how we were living. And he contacted my mother and my auntie Joyce did as well. She found her in the phone book. Um and I know very old school. Um and and they called her up. And I remember Remember, O J was being chased in the Bronco. This when this has happened, like I remember the moment when I talked to my mom and I was on the phone with her as this like madness was going on on television. Every else is paying attention to this. And I like the greatest headline in my life was that my mom was like Reconnected and talking to me and saying that I'm going to come send for you all. How long had you been aware? Almost six years? Yes. And almost six years without contact to. Why was that contact denied? I don't think it was denied. I think. Well, my father moved around a bunch because once a girlfriend was tired of him, then he moved on to another girlfriend, usually a long list of single mothers who took us in and became surrogate mothers to us. And so I think that my mom lost contact. I think my mom also has, you know, take fault and responsibility for not really prioritizing these two Children that were very out of sight out of mind to her. Um, so she was like this is your father's turn. And I'm going to go live my life and she had another baby and you had another fiance and she was very happy in her in her world until they broke up and then We were back in contact. How old are you? When you went back to Hawaii, 12 and what was happening to you? Insides. Well, I was starting to feel very, um I don't like to say the word trapped, but I was feeling very, very tightly contained in my body. And I found myself during these taking these risks making the social, um experiments in the sense of like starting to come up with new identities. So I had Kesha who was very near and dear to me, and he should started out. Talking on the phone to boys and then Kesha wanted to go out into the world and start experimenting. So I remember. Once I went out as Keisha, I had long, curly hair at the time as a As a Tween and I started this flirtation with this boy who I was just like deeply in love with, um, at my cousin's house. And one day he came over, Um and he knocked on the door and asked My aunt and my father was there and he asked for Kesha was like, Oh, she had long, curly. I did it under the teachers and live here. And then my dad quickly put two and two together, and that's what led to Tim cutting my hair eventually. And so I think a part of me was seeking out a space in which I could be freer. And that space just happened to come in when my mom sent for us to come back to Hawaii, and she had a lighter touch around all of that stuff. She had a higher quote unquote tolerance for my gender nonconformity. Um and I was able To meet new friends. And that's when, like the queen of my life came in, which was my best friend Wendy, and she really was the savior for me in your books, gender, Um So philosophically handled. Um and I was so moved by what you were saying in terms of society being a fixed thing, and that You had tried, Um, to adhere to that For some time before you met Wendy, and she asked if you were my my home. I'm so glad that I pronounce it properly. Um, who and tell the folks what that means? Well, who is a native Hawaiian identity and term? Label for people who live outside of the gender, binary, largely, um, folk who in our loosely I guess Western translation would be like trans women. Um, and so anyone that was outside of the male female kind of binary who lived outside of that, and so for me, I remember In the seventh grade. My hula teacher was a man. I love that you had hula lessons. Go. I want to live there. Yeah, I know. Yeah, And so like the fact that you know, the Department of Education in Hawaii Hired a trans woman like my everyday life just was changed and shifted..

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"october 2018" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Well, it's about with the utilities and also about $2000. Why don't you look at a little condo where you can live there after your mother passes. And that you could be comfortable living with their her there and in put it in your mother's name. And keeping her name and keep it in her name. And then have your mother do a trust for all of her assets, so that when she passes it goes directly to you Remember, inherited money is not community property money. It means you inherited not you and your spouse. And as long as you keep it separate. It will keep it separate property. And that's why whether you were joking or not about for now, merry feelings. It's always getting the final account or townhouse would be ideal. And okay, because what I mean so the dollars 650,000 bucks week. We do what we do. We stick it in the bank, and then there's good. But then there's another 7 90 on top of that. Your mother's never gonna spend these dollars, right? And she has a long term care insurance. So, um and I presumably you do not own a house anywhere. Correct. Okay? Yeah. Go buy a house where you can take care of your mother until her dying day and then you can live there and You know, you got long term care insurance, plus those assets. So even if you do at a point you said, we need care Giver's coming and going 24 still fine. You can afford that. That's why I'm gonna be okay. Yeah, that's what I don't get it. If my plans for the future let's say and 15 years is to live out of state. Still okay to buy the house Now you're going to see the money back. 15 years is a long time and your plans will change never been a 15 year time when probably by his haven't increased in For you and your place in the plants are changing the next 15 years. So that's what that's the recommendation. I would give you in any one of the advisers at all Worth would give you some ice. L appreciate it. Thank you so much by taking care of your mom for sure. Thank you. So it's a blessing to me Answer. I know. Thank you. She still got the health to be able to do some traveling stuff Make the most of it comes from Actually, regardless of your age. Make the most of your days because who knows way never know. And let's talk with Mary Marry her, with all worth money matters. Hello, Scott in here. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. I am calling today I have a question and I'm looking for different options and the best way and so I met with my nephew and his wife over the holidays and they were just telling you about their situation. They're both Uh, um, self employed and they've had They just purchased a house in October 2018 for 85,000 at a 6.75% interest rate. And it's a 30 year fixed mortgage. They went in March to see about refinancing, and there was a $4000 closing costs because they're self employed. They didn't have that cash, so they didn't um Approved the refinancing. So they saved up the 4000 and went back in November, and the interest rates are down to 2.8%. So they wanted to refinance an $80,000 loan, and they had the $4000 closing. Well, at that time, the bank that they went to United because of things that were happening with covert, and they don't know they just didn't approve it. So I was looking for a way that I might be able to help him. Okay, um, and different options. So I have about $40,000 cash. I have investments and retirement. Pension that kind of thing. So, um, they would like to refinance at like 15 year, they could probably get it for less than 3%. If If the bank approved it and for 80,000, and they would be paying the same amount, But they would cut their years from 30 to 15. Yeah, The problem is, they haven't been able to get the loan. I don't know if they should keep shopping around or I'm not liking the idea of co signing a loan for them. What state is this? This is in New York state. And what is the what's the value of the home? It's about 80. Well, they bought it for 85,000 I It's not, You know, it's not Lot more than that. Probably It's amazing. They could get a banker to talk to him at all for an $85,000, mom. I think they amazing that there's actually homes in the United States that sell for $85,000 suit is probably in upstate New York somewhere. It is it is. It's in an older community. Small mom and they are. They're kind of newlyweds there. They've been married since October, 2018 and they just started their families self and what's the business? They're self employed, or they both in the same business or two different businesses. Yeah, He is a photographer and his wife is a wedding planner so open and you know it went down, but in the meantime, they have certainly been able to keep up their payments and save enough money for a down payment. For a closing. So, Mary Mary, if you called, and you said I've got $300,000 in the bank, I've got another $2 million in my retirement account. I really love these. My nephew. Then I'd say you could be the bank on it. That's right, Scott. I was thinking exactly be the bank on it and that, but I'd like to do so. They don't have to have that $4000. I just said you had a few 100,000 the bank and return accounts. Oh, by the way, Full disclosure. My wife and I bought our first house. My grandmother lent us 20 grand for the down payment so we could get through P m my payment mortgage insurance that we didn't have to pay it. And I paid it off in a couple of years. Dad loaned me money to help with the down payment. My grandmother tried to lend me money again because it was such a good return. Dorsey saying No, Patrick, I could lend you some more money. I'm like, I don't need it. She liked Eric. You're like the return of my nephew. My nephew also said, Well, if you are going to be the You know, finance, sir, that we wouldn't want you to do. What if you didn't get some kind of a percent? He would be willing to even give me a little bit of a percentage, which is much more than I'm getting in the bank. No, you'd market and above market market of fair market. Absolutely fair market. But the question is this. Do you have the financial wherewithal without putting your retirement into jeopardy to do so, So tell us about you. Yes. Okay. Um, uh, well, right now, I've got about 40,000 liquid cash in the bank. Um, I've I've been working for many years. I'm in my sixties early sixties, Uh, good retirement pensions. Um Are you retired now?.

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Nicki Minaj settles copyright lawsuit, will pay Tracy Chapman $450G

Colleen and Bradley

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Nicki Minaj settles copyright lawsuit, will pay Tracy Chapman $450G

"To Nicki Minaj. She's agreed to Patrizia Chapman $450,000, in addition to Chapman's legal fees after she was sued for copyright infringement in regards to Chapman Song, Baby, Can I hold you Interesting? Chapman, A menage were set to go to trial over Chapman's claims later this year, and the soup was first filed against Minaj back in October. 2018 and we'll manage, didn't release the track and question on her album Queen she did allegedly leaked the Funkmaster Flex. Which led to its circulation online so that I got out then that was a no. No,

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"october 2018" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"October. 2018 almost office did not have an immediate response to the allegation. I'm just And I meant about rollers in Hong Kong. Hear the sounds top business stories and the market's confidence is improving. Among Japan's biggest companies, the latest tank cancer, They showed a jump in sentiment for a second straight quarter. The large manufacturing index rose to negative 10 for minus 27 economists had been predicting a rating of negative 15. Still, despite that better result, the below zero figure indicates pessimists outnumber optimists. South Korea made Titan social distancing measures to the strictest level. President Moon Jae in says harsher rules are inevitable unless the current out breaking be contained. South Korea so far avoided lockdown spot under level three precautions, the public would be advised to stay at home as much as possible. Case numbers hit a record of the weekend, though, declined to 718 new infections. On Monday. Bank of China is suing BP in Singapore for allegedly fabricating oil deals with collapsed trader him long. Bank of China once they paid to repay more than $125 Million, Court documents show. BP withdrew that amount based on sales of Gasol cargoes to him long thank of China says no real transactions took place and that the deals were fabricated to maintain him long So quit it. E Pay says it strongly refute the allegations and will defend its position. Hong Kong pro democracy activists Jimmy Lai has been charged with endangering national security lies a media tycoon and prosecutors say he colluded with foreign forces to press for sanctions on China for its policy on Hong Kong. Lie appeared in court on Saturday. His case has been adjourned to April 16 for the investigation to continue the markets and we're looking honestly risk on this morning in Asia. Australia leading gains right now have three quarter of sent the sea inside 300. Japan also hire looking at currencies. We're seeing most rise against the greenback..

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former Aide

Understanding Your World

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former Aide

"Has the latest Lindsay Boylan claims Cuomo sexually harassed her four years, saying many people saw it and watched Boylan ads. She knows she's not the only woman Cuomo harassed. Oil and served as deputy secretary for economic development in the Cuomo administration from March 2015 until October. 2018. Cuomo's office so far has no comment on the allegations. I'm Cameron Fairchild and Florida Gators forward Chianti Johnson is in critical

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"october 2018" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Meteorologist Mike Doll, WBC Boston's news radio tweets today from a former member of his administration, accusing New York governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment A B C's Dave Packer reports Lindsay Boiling, a former aide to New York governor Andrew Cuomo, who's now running for Manhattan borough president, accusing the governor of Actual harassment in the series of tweets, saying he made inappropriate comments about her appearance and in her words sexually harassed me for years. Boylan with no further comments later, tweeting to be clear. I have no interest in talking to journalists. Almost press secretary, responding, saying quote, there was simply no truth to these claims. 36 year old Boylan worked for the Cuomo administration for March 2015 to October. 2018 Dave Packer, ABC News Tonight's winning lottery numbers and Massachusetts 7766. That's 7766 in sports. There was a good day today. If you are still holding out hope that the Patriots make the playoffs this year, the Pats needing both the Dolphins and Raiders to lose this afternoon, and they got just that Miami couldn't capitalize enough on Three Patrick Mahomes interceptions and fell to the chief's 33 27 Las Vegas got beat up by the coals. 44 27 New England will be focusing intently on tomorrow night's game between the Browns and Ravens rooting for a Cleveland win in that one. Of course, the Pats have to win all three of their remaining games to have a chance to get in. They visit the Dolphins and Self Florida next Sunday. Elsewhere in the NFL, Tom Brady in the buck, Stop the bike Vikings 26 14, TB 12 tossing two touchdown passes and the wind It's 50 degrees in Boston at 806 Just don't lose the money coming up Next on. Dan Watkins WBZ Boston's news radio. The following broadcast is a commercial message paid for by Ruby, No and Lang. The information on this program is not intended to provide legal accounting, tax or investment advice and is not intended to constitute an offer to sell or service solicitation in connection with the product, security or service for a full disclosure. Please refer to just don't lose the money dot com..

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Former development aide accuses New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment

Our Auto Expert

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Former development aide accuses New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment

"Former aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo accuses him of sexual harassment. David Folk, Thomas reports Lindsay Boil and took to Twitter Sunday to accuse Cobo of sexually harassing her for years, saying many sought and watched and adding She knows she's not the only woman boil and served as deputy secretary for economic development in the Cuomo administration from March 2015 until October 2018 she unsuccessful Challenge New York representative Jerrold Nadler in the 2020 primary and is a Democratic candidate for Manhattan borough president in 2021. Cuomo's office did not have an immediate comment on the allegations. David Folk Thomas, NBC News Radio New York

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"october 2018" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Authorization. Now the logistical challenge UPS is focusing on the eastern half of the U. S. FedEx handling the West. UPS spokesman Jim Mayor saying. The first shipment from Fizer arrived at their world port facility in Louisville, Kentucky. Today, each box containing a GPS enabled thermal sensor. To show its location and temperature with ultra cold storage of the vaccine required preparation for this has been intense. We have been at this for months planning, putting the right people the right technology in place. Ups, president of Global Health Care West Widow says that those doses will be further sorted and will reach their points of distribution by tomorrow morning's planes will be positioned in those locations. The early morning offload. Delivery. A 10 30. Every location will have their vaccines by 10 30. Those locations, including hospitals. ABC is Philadelphia TV station W. P. B I's Trish Hartman Temple University health system is preparing to receive and start giving vaccines on Wednesday staff has been divided into four tiers. The 1st 3000 doses will go to those into your one who were Indirect Kobe care you're nuts or in we're in areas that see a high volume and flow of Kobe patients, such as the Emergency Department for the Crisis Response unit. As for the general population, Philadelphia City officials say it will be weeks or months before the vaccine will be available to everyone. Lindsay Boiling, a former aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who is now running for Manhattan borough president accused him of sexual harassment. A series of tweets today, saying he made inappropriate comments about her appearance. 36 year old Boylan work for the Cuomo administration from March 2015 to October 2018. The Electoral College meets tomorrow in state capitals across the nation to formally choose the president..

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"october 2018" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Remember. Where is the place? I don't remember. How many years ago was that? I don't know. I don't know. Judge had unequivocally denied the allegations. A former prosecutor serving on the Judiciary Committee. Democratic Senator Amy Clover Shar of Minnesota, questioned Cavanaugh. Drinking is one thing, but the concern is about truthfulness. And in your written testimony, you said, Sometimes you had too many drinks. Was there ever a time when you drank so much that you couldn't remember what happened or part of what happened the night before? No, I remember what happened. And I think you've probably had beer, sir. And so you're saying there's never been a case where you drank so much that he didn't remember what happened The night before. Are part of what happened. That's you're asking about blackout. I don't know. Have you Could you answer the question, Judge just you. That's not happened. Is that your answer? Yeah, I'm curious. If you have I have no drinking problem, Nor do I Okay. Thank you. The F B, I undertook an investigation into blossom Ford's claims and those of another woman who alleged of separate incident of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh. The findings neither validated nor disprove to the accusations. In a subsequent statement to the committee, Kavanaugh went on the offensive. This whole, too weak effort has been a calculated and orchestrated political hit. Fueled with a parent pent up anger about President Trump in the 2016 election. Fear that has been unfairly stoked about my judicial record. Revenge on behalf of the Clintons and millions of dollars and money from outside left wing opposition groups. This is a circus. But for all the fury, it remained possible. A judge accused of serious wrongdoing might be seated on the nation's highest court. Judiciary Committee, Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey Millions are watching this body. And how we act. We rushed to a boat. Will we brush aside a credible witnesses? Testimony? Will we belittle and attack? Credible testimony? Will we ignore credible testimony? Will we listen, Will we believe in the end Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed in October 2018.

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"october 2018" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Can't plan was founded in 2006 and went public in October. 2018 at $17 a share company shares climbed 43% on her first day of trading. Remember, that number will come back to it, and they've stayed about their initial price ever since. The tick. Er, by the way, is plan A and This year and a plan has been a volatile stock to share set a record in mid February plunges Muchas 59% by early April and then rebounded. The recovery accelerated today after the release of fiscal second quarter results. And a plan had a narrower loss in higher revenue than I was expecting a Bloomberg survey. That's been the pattern ever since the company went public, But there's more. It also reinstated a fiscal year sales forecast and the outlook surpassed projections put it all together, and Anna plan had its biggest gain since that debut almost two years ago. The shares rose more than 21, a half percent. Wow. So it wasn't just sounds force having a big day planned similar kind of company also up more than 20% This whole world that whole area man. I mean, that's what it's about. It's what companies increasingly or using these kinds of platforms and APS thes business applications. Huge that stacks up now about 11% so far this year, Dave Right. And considering how far down was that, Sanson All right, Dave Wilson. Thank you s so much looking forward to catching up with you tomorrow for your insights. Your chart and your stock coming up. We're going to check in with one of her phase. We've just been so I've loved this. I'd love this sort of spoiled a little bit, You know, getting it because we're we sort of bounced back and forth day today between genies a no. And Rick Davis, and they give us the perspective on what's going on in the conventions. And I have so many questions for Rick mostly around the hatch Act. To be honest around the way the Hatch Act. We'll talk about it. Okay, first, let's get to Ed Baxter. He has your world. A national headline. Yeah, the hatches aqui going forward. There will be a lot of legal action. I think.

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"october 2018" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on WTOP

"A new national survey by the Pew Research Center finds almost half of registered voters, 49% Expect to have problems voting in November, 50% say it will be very or somewhat easy to vote in October 2018. Shortly before that year's midterm elections, 85% of registered voters said it would be easy to vote. And how registered voters prefer to vote this year depends on the candidate they support. The survey found 80% of registered voters who support or lean towards supporting President Trump would rather vote in person, while 58% of those who support or lean towards supporting former vice President Joe Biden say they would prefer to vote by mail. The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 1.5% points. D C. Public schools are offering to help parents who are going to be guiding their kids through distance learning. The goal of parent University in D. C is to help parents embrace being part of the learning process. We want them to be equipped. We want him to feel comfortable and wanting to be confident Chancellor of D. C. Public schools, Lewis Farabee says. Topics will include early childhood education, how to support a child at home getting specialized instruction. We also have a session. No clues such as canvas, which is our learning platform, see all the weekly session topics and registered to attend that. W GOP dot com Search LEARN Christi King W. T. O P News, the Episcopal Bishop of Washington who criticized President Donald Trump after he held up a Bible in front of the historic ST John's Church will speak at this week's Democratic National Convention. Bishop Mariann Buddy will deliver the benediction on Tuesday night. That's according to a list shared with The Associated Press today before it's Public release. But he said at the time that she was outraged by the president's decision to stand outside that church across from the White House on June 1st after peaceful protesters were cleared out of the area, and she noted that the president's visit did not include any prayer. We will have complete coverage of both the Democratic and Republican and conventions on W T o p and w t o p dot com. Don't want.

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US Producer Prices up 0.6% in July, Biggest Jump Since 2018

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

US Producer Prices up 0.6% in July, Biggest Jump Since 2018

"Labor Department says the producer Price index jumped 6/10 of a point last month, its biggest gains since October 2018. The increases about double what economists were

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"october 2018" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"october 2018" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Silver's first essay, published in October 2018 was titled I'm, 36 I've Been Single for 10 years, Spoiler and Fine and that was here stated goal to convince her readers and herself that being in your thirties and single is okay. If you are quote unquote past your prime and single you're not broken. Shiny silver is with us now to help us lick our wounds and tell us everything will be alright. Shiny silver. Great to have you back on the program. Thank you so much for having me. So first of all ending the Siri's was not your decision doesn't reflect any major life change for you. You're still single. But after two years of writing about it, do you feel like you're In a different place in your life. I think it was always going to be a journey forward. It's been two years. I think there's a natural amount of growth and progression that we go through his adults. But for me, it doesn't really end. Anything I've been writing about. Relationships and dating since about 2013 and I've been writing specifically about single life for about the last two years on refinery on my website on medium and I launched a podcast on the topic. So in that way, nothing's really ending. But I did want Tio have Ah, proper goodbye with the refinery, 29 audience. That's how you're on the program. You had just written about your experience quarantining alone. Let's hear what you said at that time as human beings When we're scared, it's helpful when you have someone to be scared with. You are alone for the duration of this and that duration is uncertain and that doesn't take away from being very comfortable being a single woman. It's just adding on New feelings that I was not experiencing before the pandemic. Can you give us an update on how you're doing now? Yeah, I'm kind of over it. I kind of find the lack of a better way to put it. It's It's an alarming thing to realize. But I Kind of got used to it. I don't like that. I've gotten this used to being this alone. That's kind of uncomfortable, but also it's a bit of a mercy right now because this isn't going anywhere. You spent a lot of time in your essays telling single people that they don't need to constantly chase after relationships. Why was that? An important thing for you to write about? Because I didn't see anyone writing about anything else. All I ever saw created for single people, specifically for single women with content about dating or services pertaining to dating or products pertaining to dating or name accounts pertaining to dating. It was as if The only thing that should matter to a single woman is ending her single status as soon as possible, as if it was a problem that she needed to fix a soon as possible. And I think that the accumulation of all of those societal messages over time, that was a really big problem for me, and if it was a problem for me if it was hurting me emotionally or My mental health was sort of suffering at all of these constant messages that I was somehow wrong or failing or lacking. I wanted to put a new narrative out into the world because I think there is a false narrative surrounding well, if she loves her single life, and she's happy being single. That must mean she doesn't want a relationship. And that's not true at all. You can be happy being single and still really look forward to your next relationship. That's possible and I wanted to tell that story and share that perspective and and brought in what we talk about around single life because there's so much So much joy to it that we're overlooking when we're constantly just searching for another person. And do you think you are shifting the narrative on what it is to be a single woman? I really hope so. I mean, I've been at this a while. I really really hope so. We're in a time of Of new narratives. We really are. You know, when I open up a piece of email marketing that's like selling me clothes. If I only see one body type, and it's the same body type I've seen for the last 20 years of my life. I unsubscribe. Because that brands not getting it that brands not getting that We want to see all body types. And I know it's possible because they're incredible brands out there that are broadening that narrative as well..

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Weekend Box Office: Halloween Wins Again, October 2018 Sets A Record

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Weekend Box Office: Halloween Wins Again, October 2018 Sets A Record

"Remained in second place. It had fourteen million dollars in revenues in its fourth weekend that and Sunnis superheroes. Spin of venom. Also

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Microsoft puts Windows 10 October 2018 Update on hold

The Tech Guy

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Microsoft puts Windows 10 October 2018 Update on hold

"And Canada. Microsoft has paused the roll out. They they call it a pause. ZD net says polls. Yanks kills the rollout of the big feature update. They put out on Tuesday. It's called eighteen. Oh nine because it was it's was slated for September twenty. Eighteen get eighteen o nine. The spring update was eighteen. Oh three for March. Came out in may Siptah early October pretty good for eighteen. Oh nine. They've been beta testing at heavily. This is the thing that baffles me. They test these things. On the windows insider program with millions of users in all conceivable scenarios, they have more date. Apple does too now, and it's really a great thing. I think because in theory anyway, you're testing it so thoroughly. There should not be any problems. In a support document updated today. Microsoft said, it's halting the rollout because users complained that this new version, this feature updates, big updates on the twice-yearly, big

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 October 2018 update can’t check storage space

Leo Laporte

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Microsoft’s Windows 10 October 2018 update can’t check storage space

"So if you are planning on updating your computer to windows, ten October two thousand eighteen update they do basically two major updates year. This one could be kind of interesting. So Microsoft has come out in support documents saying that the windows ten windows update fails to check to see if your computer can actually handle the update let me say that again, the update our fails to check to see if your computer can handle the update. So if your computer does not have enough space to run. The update and download it and do everything it needs to do. Housekeeping wise, your computer will just kind of restart crash whatever while you're trying to do this update. So it will repeatedly fail and fail and fail again. And you'll be frustrated because you will say I'm doing everything, right? What's going on? Well, someone forgot to put that line of code in. That says, hey, let's make sure that they can handle this on their hard drive before we try to do this installation. So. There updates. They do not say how much space you need on your computer, but Microsoft recommends number one to empty the trash on your computer. So the recycle bin you can empty that out. And that will. You know, free up some space on your computer. You can also move less frequently accessed files to an external storage drive. So this is probably the easiest solution. If you don't feel like doing all kinds of crazy stuff to your computer is if you want to make sure well, first off just look and see how much space you have on your computer, if you have fifteen gigs. I think you'll be probably okay or twenty gigs of free space. You'll probably be ok. But if you're really running low like sometimes on, laptops, you're running really low on on this space because they just don't come. With large. Hard drives move something off your drive like a big file or two or three onto an external drive. Do the installation then come back to it. So kind of a weird little thing that Microsoft is is acknowledging this. I guess I mean my question is how come they don't just update the whole update and make it. So it does work. But maybe it's too far along for them to do

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Google reportedly planning Pixel 3 for October 2018

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Google reportedly planning Pixel 3 for October 2018

"Sources tell bloomberg that google will update the pixel phone in october the new pixel xl will supposedly have near edge to edge screen thicker bevill at the bottom of the phone and a notch at the top we're not in all of them today however the other basil and not wars news lenovo will announce at its z five phone june fit willing ounce z five on june fifth which is expected to have no basil and no notch breaking up cukurca combo breaker goes crazy all screen phone and the pop up gamera we saw at sea yes is expected to be announced a week later begun special wars have let he who is without basil cassette a first downs ment the verse notch guessing get rid of the first about i thanks to read who sent this one to his german regional court ruled it would not issue an injunction against a german domain name registrar called e pag it's actually owned by two cow's egg informed i can earlier this week that it would stop collecting information from registrants as it believes that violates europe's gdp are in a statement i can general counsel and secretary said i can is continuing to discuss what the european commission and the wbz twenty nine working group about whether i can can continue to require data collection for domain name registrations everybody's confused all right guys prepare to have your minds blown researchers at newcastle university have three d printed a bio compatible corneal framework that keeps stem cells from acorn lia alive while producing material stiff enough to hold it shape while being squeezed out of a nozzle of three d printer so for context ten million people worldwide require corneal surgery to prevent blindness and righty of diseases the researchers corneas which are provided by donors take about ten minutes to print and then the gel can keep stem cells alive for multiple days meaning they can print multiple times.

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