19 Burst results for "One Fifty Years"

US, UAE and China All Launched Missions to Mars This Month

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:29 min | 1 year ago

US, UAE and China All Launched Missions to Mars This Month

"We've also seen recent Mars missions from the United Arab Emirates and from China. There are others coming up. So why is there so much activity around this kind of mission lately? Well a some of it is just a function of orbital mechanics. It's of course extraordinarily difficult to traverse the distance between Earth and Mars and depending on where each planet is in this elliptical orbit. We can be as close as sixty one million miles or as far away as one hundred and thirty some million miles each one of those miles represents of course a pound of fuel that you'll have to cart along with you in order to actually make this journey. Every twenty six months or so earth and Mars are very closely aligned than it is possible that that moment to make the most economical journey across the void. That's what we're seeing right now this summer. This July and August is that moment of alignment between Mars and earth. And I'm sure there are geopolitical reasons for doing this right now as well right. It's very hard to separate space exploration from national EGO international diplomacy and the search for prestige. Which really we're talking bragging rights. It is a fact. That for the first fifty years of interplanetary exploration it has by and large been an American show the Soviet Union early on also send some things tomorrow but of course. That's a confederation. There's no longer with us. This has been an integral part American prestige. I think our ability to land on another planet to effectively plant our flag. We have encourage international cooperation with this sort of thing. But it's very different being a partner from being the lead sled dog and I do think the efforts we're seeing with both China the United Arab Emirates and then the European Space Agency which is partnered with Russia for a launch. That will now take place in twenty twenty two. These are moments of the kind of coming of age. Not all countries have been exploration countries. But more now are and more are now willing to put big money on the effort

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Elfriede Blauensteiner

Female Criminals

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Elfriede Blauensteiner

"Welcome to black widow watch like the deadly spider there named for many female criminals have used the promise of love to trap and kill their victims. These men believed they'd found the person. They would spend their lives with instead. They had wandered right into the web of a deadly Predator throughout this month. I'm taking a look at the world's most notorious black widows in these episodes. I'll uncover what made these women decide to murder the people they vowed to love and cherish. Will detail the specific methods they use to carry out these ends, and finally we'll explore what made their respective pray susceptible to the charms of a Predator in disguise today? We're discussing Elfriede. Diner dubbed Austria's black widow Blauensteiner is believed to have killed over ten people with poison, including husband to lovers and her next door neighbor, and it may have all been to feed her destructive gambling addiction. Moron Elfriede Blauensteiner after this now back to our black widow. At an early age Elfriede Blauensteiner was determined to never be poor, growing up in poverty during and after World War Two. Her sole mission in life was to become rich, no matter what. But it would be five decades before she committed her first murder, and in that time she became a nurse, was married and divorced and developed a love for the roulette tables in nineteen, eighty, one fifty year, old lounge diner committed her first murder. The victim was a janitor named Erwin neater Meyer, the murder of neater Meyer awakened a bloodthirsty nece in Blauensteiner in nineteen, eighty six. She satisfied this new urge when she murdered her seventy eight year old diabetic patient auto ronal it was with Rhino that she perfected her method of killing altering medication to make it appear as if a victim died of natural causes. The drug she landed on. Was You glue? Lucon used for blood sugar levels. Six years later in August nineteen, ninety-two Blown Steiner used you G- Lucon to slowly kill her second husband. The two year old Rudolph blauensteiner everything went to L. freed. It's believed that she used this inheritance to feed a gambling addiction. When the money from her third husband ran out, she turned her sights onto her neighbor. Eighty four year old Francisca curb rural curl died in late, nineteen ninety-two, but not until after she left blauensteiner her entire life savings. But curb. Money would only hold blauensteiner over for so long. Throughout the early Nineteen Ninety S, Blauensteiner took out personal ads in local papers, looking for victims to swindle and murder. Typically, she wrote that she was a homely housewife and nurse and a caring companion. In Nineteen ninety-four. She met and married sixty four year old Friedrich jerker once she convinced him to put his house in her name blown Steiner went to work. Jerker died in the middle of nineteen, ninety, five,

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"one fifty years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We fought about this for like the first fifty years of art and that yeah and like a dumbbell I thought I had you know a vote and obviously I do not and what I want doesn't matter when it comes to corporate sure no matter what time of the year is and finally after fifty years of marriage I just gave up and now we're in our eightieth year of marriage and you know everything is fine because I just don't I don't like you select so I will not die on that hill I just gave up Donna you just watch the TV naked there are two lists or something you know yeah or with the snowmobile suit on right the the famous words put on a sweater yeah it's like sixty three were the same it's sixty three at night and during the day like sixty seven okay sixty eight yeah yeah I don't have any problems with that I okay a hash tag on like don I am exactly and that's why you probably like it at our house because I I don't change it no because we are we like it this is where calling it we may not see the light of day on lights but we are totally in sync we wanted like holes at night we we want to cold I do not like being hot yes yes tag temperature sensitive on Warner I'm very temperature sensitive and I'm not tropical I'm not into con yeah you can you know but I ya I needed ice cold so our house it my mother in law now my father or will we go over there yeah my mom is really hot all the time Carling fan is the answer oh no Carl will not turn on the air unless it is a hundred and two degrees out well and they're big windows and you know all my gosh did a Christmas were like oh please I look at him because I can I can say this R. G. I can say this to my father in law I go you have some money some money a Carl we'll get to the cabin lacks a lot like eighty seven degrees the first thing we do we walk in this happens every weekend we walk in we put our fruit from margaritas on the counter Colin checks the thermostat and I'm not joking that is the second thing we do we we bring the dogs and we set our groceries down because we always bring stuff where were were were nice guests and then Colin immediately looks the thermostat he's like I'll wait yeah he looks at his mom because where's dad he's outside five click and turns it on I don't think she'd call well my god my family keep the house like an ice box and I love thank you grandma yeah I do call girl I want to you're supposed to be sixty one they say that's the ideal temperature for best roofing really one most restful sleep funny regarded to this entity crap is no snow on helplessly beside a girl goes I feel like I'm dying I'm dying six forty two minute deal we're gonna take a break.

"one fifty years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One fifty year old company produces about two thousand handmade nine foot concert grand pianos a year one hundred these magnificent instruments do not come cheap one is shown in this time we show in New York on west fifty seventh street with a price tag of a hundred and three thousand dollars no wonder a perspective buyer is very particular in choosing specific piano each handmade instrument has its own personality the limited production hinges a lot on the brand severe selection standards for timber after all eighty five percent of the Steinway piano was made from wood precious timbers from all over the world acting Stanley's warehouses in there they spent two years in their natural drying process before the next step peace between insurers good air circulation after the drying process only fifty to sixty percent pass rigorous quality checks to become part as the sound board the central part of the piano the design in the selection of the materials for it must be meticulous artists and select the finest north American spruce troops as the desired regular green to ensure smooth resonance only five to ten percent of the timber from one tree can be used for the handmade sound parties Australian concert pianist peers lane actually flown to Hamburg to.

"one fifty years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Considered myself a writer for the movement but not necessarily of the movement the word revolutionary stuck in my throat again Fred repeated I am and the audience responded in kind this this time when he said a revolutionary response was louder by the third or fourth time I hesitantly joined and by the seventh or eighth time I was starting as loudly and enthusiastically as everyone else I am a revolutionary it was a fresh cells which read took me and countless others I felt the level of my commitment palpably wrapping and then Fred said I believe I was not born to die in a car wreck slipping on a piece of ice of a bad heart but I'm going to die to be able to doing the things I was born for I believe I'm going to dive off the people I believe and I believe letting go I'm going to be able to die as a revolutionary and the international proletarian struggle and I hope that each of you will be able to die in a struggle or you'll be able to live in it and I think that struggles going to come wanted to live for the people wanted to struggle for the people when it should die for the people and that was August of that's how we and then that was August of nineteen sixty nine three months before the raid on December fourth and of course we didn't know the prophecy in his words we chanted free Fred Hampton so that when I woke up one fifty years ago this December fourth my partner skip banjo knocked on my door and said the chairman was dad it was like the person who had made us feel alive that we could do anything it was bigger than life and to be told that he was dead it was just I I I couldn't believe it I was shocked I didn't know what to do fortunately.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"See a lot of changing colors like you're not dealing with yeah you got the sycamores in their no no maples now just stick amores and they have the liquid amber and a bunch of beautiful color changing trees there yeah you know you're starting to see that now Moore's always look sick that's what I call on on more than you go back east and you see those beautiful large sycamores different variety right John Backes right those are the California ones are Platini's Theresa most so right I know that in Jackie's planets occidentales us and she's absolutely gorgeous try also called London plane trees to member how big the they were in London in England when we were there there were some huge when you pointed out I need to recognize it as a sycamore tree that's right right I remember that yeah but yeah I like him back east to get a lot more water and they look beautiful there but in southern California not a big fan now remember fans this is an arid desert to begin with all trees were brought here what would we have joined if any here Joshua tree Joshua that is a good yeah palm trees yeah the not the California the California fan palm rains yeah is grows out in palm springs yeah yeah some native areas on there are some oaks you know if you live acts right you can go back just to the forties for March you're talking about take going if you want to go on that Google live you know six shots of Pacific beach and you're gonna forty all wireless looks like the Midwest you just see plots of land yeah nobody I mean how sprinkle here and there well and then like you just mentioned Brian like you see plots of land and you don't see in the trees in our case we don't have nothing you know what mission bay basically I remember in the sixties they had to the barge out and create that is a bay because it was swampland mission bay was just swampland they were sand bars they had to dredge it all out to make it a a recreational community and for pleasure boat you know sailboats speedboats and water skiing in fact my my my parents back in the fifties and maybe a handful of people used to ski the bay the new with the sand bars were finished and wait for me because it pointed out with and they got you know the city gets more and said Hey we could make something out of this that's only one fifty years ago really so yeah it was yeah what's what's happened so quickly you know where the trees came from in San Diego Tigers ministry exactly sessions censor what nineteen ten your nursery away him nineteen tag it right the first time you know I I do going to test McCain sessions here is a very important and bringing trees here to San Diego and she's responsible for bringing a lot of the varieties that we have here today I mean I was unusual for a woman to own a business background she was an unusual woman we had a we had a Pacific beach going into this case sessions park and ride in elementary and we used to go up there and watch the submarine races in high school no I think she is she if I'm not mistaken was responsible for planting everything involve all Parker most of it right I would say you know I mean a good portion of it I would say.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Got back to his starting left I don't know as we were told Brasenose I hate when people speed the neighborhoods I hate Adam just it's I mean it was at night so the kids are now and stuff and it was like I said it was a street that goes through it wasn't inside the neighborhoods is like a one of the main thoroughfares in Alameda but I was I was like you went around me like run the freeway like where the freeway you want around me like I'm I'm already going over the speed limit and you went around me into oncoming traffic a go you this my hometown slick yeah we can keep you kill somebody out here I have a math so yeah the FM one yeah I'm I will say to catch up to all I was down there a little bit of an issue they day dad to get my point across that points I got I finally he stopped and I'm like I'm glad you stop and yeah I got a good buddy who bought a car in the last couple years in the end this box as the it was some kind of a Lincoln right plus some kind of a Lincoln and he says that he is when he's when he's driven in the city that three times somebody's just opened his back door and got in his car thinking that it was a ride our neighbor of lift whatever your Jan have your autographs three time somebody got the backseat of his car while he's in the just a really it's just not just to sit there and trafficking a bro now I'm not you know in sweet I'm not your ride get out of my car they had like a machete in the front seat with them the guy got in his van like filing a like a what's up what's going on I don't really work for lift over you in a right we're better okay I used to pick up hitchhikers I stopped no I'm not saying that I think I should say I'll I've never done then seventies man seventies and early eighties people we stand on the side of the freeway with her thumb out I can't I can't imagine doing that I can imagine pick anybody up I can't imagine they had taken now the person that picks you up it's got to be mentally insane the gauges you're insane you just pick the dude up a game going with you I don't want to go with you but I need a ride been so I go with you the only person I probably go with his back of a pickup truck was I do we just sit back here we got a little it'll she'd window on free between SO you stay there all stay here and you just drop me off but that yeah the holy they'll do well the whole country obviously is changed with that is is like formed all of us the guy who take cross country what yes use me what and a lot of girls that did it I mean it's like we like bad idea good grief like wow all what it would just a because that's that's Bizarro land it was one fifty years ago forty years ago people doing them that's nuts man the sign says up on your hands it's a violation of the vehicle code to stop your vehicle in of traffic it's called impending traffic turning on hazards doesn't negate that law the only exception is if your car's broken down and then there is.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Cool is that. especially when we talk about during the break is a Carol can. are we gonna wrap before it send this okay I just think it's amazing the world we live in some real quick I don't have a ton of time but Senate might night live often adds new cast members as every fall sick kind of their tradition in the run that show which is one fifty years or so forty some years they've had incredibly talented cast member members of the new ones newly hired I don't think this is your premier this year yet is named Shane Gillis we don't know the name I didn't know once I read the story he was the star of a podcast matin Shane secret podcast he's not been hired to be one of the cast members. yeah one of these podcast awhile back he's saying things that are very derogatory towards Asian Americans Asians in general I can't even say the words that he uses yeah I fords in there okay he mocks their language skills another episodes on this podcast again I don't know she greeted as a podcast he makes derogatory remarks about women Muslims and the L. B. T. community. okay well yes I'm thinking about this so where is the backlash by SNL against this guy what you hired this guy knowing I think his history so that's okay because the comedian special rules for comedians I well see here's my thing and I go back to I'm kind of old school when it comes to comedy and I was telling you off the air that I went and looked up the wrong stone two thousand seventeen article on the the best comedians of all time it was prior Karlen Lenny Bruce Louis C. K. and Chris rock all very controversial man all very politically minded and motivated but there's commentary was smart and thoughtful and interesting agreement with with I think think Louis C. K. often put Jerry Seinfeld on but he's not a controversy okay well no he's not that's the thing yeah and these guys all kind of archer what this guy did was nothing was not even remotely smart was very controversial and and mean and and not and not. not fun it wasn't funny and it's not just conservatives are complaining here's here's a quote from Jimi gangs comedian as a comedian uses some of the comedians and sensitive subjects I think a lot of people do but this is just plain racist truly disgusting standing up against this is just as important supporter Asian brothers and sister sisters this man has to go that's it that's an Asian comedian saying this now they they give us guidance the the the perpetrator yeah yeah the purpose said I'm a comedian who pushes boundaries I sometimes miss I'm happy to apologize to anyone who's actually offended by anything I've said well that's already happened people are offended by. and you know the thing is that you know what you're saying is offensive I deserve it I dare say you know so okay you're pushing boundaries but you can do it in a smart and funny way the us like I said this was not smart this was not funny it was downright cruel and you know that you are doing something wrong I can't end and comedians I get it I could never stand up in front of a group of people and tell it's tough to a horrible job but the thing is is that I think he's gonna go I think I was in I was going to come out in gold you know what we made a mistake and I don't care how long and that's another thing that gets me I'm so sick of people doing bad things and then just cannot go on his fault yeah I'm yeah you know it's over I apologize no it's not nobody's perfect but when you have a clear pattern of behavior in this this guy's got podcast that suggest this is what he thought and some of the things are are so ugly you couldn't same anywhere really this is the guy that they hired on SNL which sees itself as the bastion of comedy in in the New World rights and they are hiring this guy along side I think this year the first Asian American cast member I think that person feels also exactly it's going to be for a hostile work environment no doubt yeah I mean that's that's an understatement but I just that's over everything else too I just I stand by the fact that if you're saying something that horrible and you think that you can just glaze by and just say I'm willing to apologize no I'm sorry no yeah it's crazy it's I'm really really interested to see what SNL does your because this this is a challenge for them I think I agree with you they have to fire that is number four the four I tend to do it again tomorrow on the show Scott worse will be hosting me for me tomorrow and tomorrow so hopefully a little more gets an eleven o'clock on the got a great topic eleven awesome that I cannot wait to tee up with one Carol. the subject is women bosses oh okay the numbers are surprising. as to who would want one yeah yeah yeah yeah we see here all right let's forget to gets without the break right here W. T. M. J.. some people would say yes. yeah this is Ivan said this morning okay so ma'am I ran through they have so many hits that was the sound track of my college years.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Radio I'm Julie McNamara well football started which means Colin Kaepernick back in the news again see the story I'm the I'm Wednesday apparently did he did he tweet this out he posted a video to Twitter and Instagram showing that he is fully ready to return to the NFL and what do you say he's been denied work for eight hundred and eighty nine days but he's all ready to come back if an NFL team calls and I did see let me just go through some of the headlines here we see the cabinet has been denied a job for eight hundred eighty nine days post video showing he still ready if an NFL team calls then I read this from the roof dot com on Wednesday former San Francisco forty nine miners quarterback Colin Kaepernick you know the guy that's better than half of the starting quarterbacks in the NFL cleared any doubt that he's not ready shouldn't have doubled him Colin Kaepernick it's still ready and the eagles should give him a call it's going on filling quarterback Gus situation I'm not doing too good Washington post also has an article with the injured injury apparently to the one of quarterbacks of the eagles are saying that to he should be the is not coming back no it's going to take him why would you take if you're ready you for your already settled with them out of court blessing you want is any more trouble in the NFL I'll be very surprised you never know but I'd be very surprised if if any team would one him you know one thing that I've noticed and I we we talked about this a couple of weeks back is it really seems like a lot of teams out there what seems it now we're doing a lot of their own videos I know if you've seen this lot of teams out there doing their own social media videos where they go through the entire training camp and I've just noticed for probably four five teams I've been paying attention to is it's really amazing now how the teams are taking the players through the community to meet police officers to go to police stations to go to a you know fire stations to meet people to go to me they've always gone to hospitals but it seems as if there's an extra effort now to embed these players you know into the community and let them understand the responsibility that they have to the community and what the team means to the community and that the sport is about uniting people and bringing them together now maybe it's just a couple of the teams that I happen to see on video but when I saw that I went oh okay they're trying to put that sense out there that look we know we we want you to play football we want you to win but you have to understand but in many cities this is a uniting factor and that's part of our job is to help to unite a community what will happen this year I don't know as we always said we thought it would be the money with the player's contract coming up here very very soon what we just couple years away and so that's you know that's what we see that the fact that TV ratings went up a little bit but still down from a few years ago that hasn't happened in one fifty years sixty years they've also always had just an increase in in television ratings so I would.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We produce some tremendous talent he did not produce another secretary but the number was on the secretariat aid that you don't have to be a great host to produce great horses all right now horse that did not reach its full potential uncle mo has become an incredibly propose was becoming incredible sire dans ago ran three times was a tremendous sire the best sire of the generation was storm cat who is not a superior horse sect with a Seattle slew was a superior sauna and a superior run in a superior sauna so it depends on the horse summer but a lot of them become very good Cyrus right now the best sires all our are curling who is a very good horse ogle mole was of was it it had a lot of talent it he didn't become law was that they had hoped the would be calm tap it was it was an okay horse you know it was a good one of great Ostap it's become a great sire so that's basically it and of the since I've been doing been around the most dominant side was storm cat and he was not a great loss a but there's been others who were good or like dance it was a good Aussie but he ran three times he won three times and then he retired and he became a very big sire so it really depends you you don't know but basically speedy milers seem to make the best sires Seattle slew at a high turn the speed even though it was a great us secretary like we said people will this funny because they were expecting so much but he did have a very very good offspring he went and he was a great broodmare sire to do some wonderful losses on the business side and he had some very good horse general simply was very good so there was some very good secretary losses Mike and floor upon what's it like Hey Mike definitely it's it's all about the breeding in horse racing Hey fighting fortune I get by the eighteen sixty three club I don't know if you bend your elbows well I have not seen the eighteenth is the cover just open this year I have not been there yet it's the new business it's a new three story building on the club us turn so I have not seen it yet you can't miss it I mean if you look at the patches now Mike you can't you can't miss it but it's a modern building in the track that was built you know one fifty years ago so it does kind of stick out it doesn't really fit into the core but you know that's progress I guess I mean I would but it's not something I would love to see but a you know if it helps the business so be it it's on the clubhouse turn it doesn't affect where we are in the regular France than in the regular clubhouse you know the regular boxes that have been the same for ever which of these old would answer quite heated you know season boxes but that's what we like Chris in Wallingford was of Chris good the question of the day the overall state where the game that if this economy the player marinara you know players are in a race that might that never happened and it's very nice so I'm a long suffering your friend and I guess the one of the things that was always the most powerful motivator is you just Hey they got the more that's working don't end up with the most money you're very quick with this player empowerment whether it's generational or not you think this is good for the game because what what quiet I don't think it's bad but I don't know that we can call it bad for the game right now it looks like the sport is going to be more wide open that it's been in many years and that's not bad for the game the players if they have manipulated they have the least manipulated fairly equitably nobody has an enormous advantage over anybody else we'll see was the best roster and I could still be up for debate right now some people claiming lebron is the best line across the I don't think automatically it's got the best rusty's got vessels to the as him and I agree that they still named him the high the best player he is the best player he's still the best player until proven otherwise still best player now Durant campus of say put let it second this year that's fine is on that I think the freak third let's just fine because the rants hurt other was a put the ran second but lebron as on that no question and to me he still best player.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thanks again Richard Shelby of Alabama thank you for your service thank you for your work to keep the federal reserve independent of both parties and love do your job for what it was set up to be we receive salute you for that several things you touch tone Mister chairman for again in a few questionable try to stay within the five minutes I have a number of questions I'd like to ask for the record without objection without objection thank you you mentioned trade as a a cloud perhaps on the economy you know some certainty there we all know the economy is the best that I've seen in my lifetime at the moment we will to sustain their of trade is one way to sustain it if we have certainty there that's not the only one would you elaborate on that how important that is to the economy I will like I should I should start by saying that we of course a no role in setting trade policy and we know please no one should construe anything we say about isolated afraid of what we do is com yes does it not it should be should be considered as in anyway criticism because those those sharks assigned to you into the administration but what what what we get from our our business contacts and I I imagine this is fairly widely the same as what you're hearing is if you're manufacturing company in the United States these days of any size you probably got a supply chain that goes across international lines and that's a really important part of your business and so the the the trade negotiations that have been going on have injected uncertainty for those businesses into their supply chain so many of them have moved their supply chains some moved down to Mexico and then found that Mexico might be the target of terrorists others are considering what to do in any case it said at a minimum it's a distraction from going out there and and it you know in it rolling out new products and that sort of thing and so it is it shows up a lot in in the beige book just the overall concerns and I think it's a winning on the outlook it's it does seem to be weighing on the outlook we see you know weakness in in in manufacturing and investment and trade in the United States and that's where it shows up your your mandate is chairman the fed is to do what you can for full employment and also price stability sometimes there's a you've got a balance that is we all know it's very important our monetary system and I think overall you you're you're doing a good job on that I do worry down the road about inflation if you do and so forth it seems to be fairly tame at the moment and so forth but we've observed in the past that there has been some type of relationship in previous years between inflation rates and unemployment rates as unemployment goes way down more jobs of theirs pressure on wages and salaries and so forth is there a new paradigm out there is far as the value waiting this today and is it because of the global economy what is it because we have low unemployment we have at the moment not a lot of pressure from your testimony and what we have is our own no inflation the relationship between slack in the economy or unemployment and inflation was a strong one fifty years ago if you remember that in the sixties there was a close correlation there and that that has gone away and it's really been a different economy the and it would not comments so many ways and in this in this way that really I would say that period at least twenty years ago that period was over and the relationship between unemployment and inflation became weak it's become weaker and weaker and weaker in addition to that I think we're learning that triste rates you know that the neutral interest rate is lower than we had thought I think we're learning that the natural rate of unemployment is lower than we thought so monetary policy hasn't been as accommodating as we had thought so we think we're learning all of those things at the end of the day there has to be a connection because low unemployment will drive wages up and ultimately wages higher wages will will drive inflation but we haven't reach that point in any case the connection between the two is is quite small these days what what's your take on the ability for the determination to borrow money there bun at a lower rate than we did say a ten year bond is it based on what we traditionally known economics the least likelihood of the fault of what is that because a marring money around two percent lower than we are it's I think it's a range of of factors I wouldn't wouldn't know them for sure but I would say it's it's from its low inflation in Europe that goes into rates it's also the amount of quantitative easing and asset purchases that the European central bank is done it's also expectations of slower growth all of those things like I think going into driving those extraordinarily low European sovereign rights thank you Mister thank you senator Menendez thank you Mister chairman thank you chairman Powell for your service Democrat Robert Hernandez's motors on of the house financial services committee you stated that any problems that could emerge through libra would quote arise to systemically important level just because of the mere size of Facebook so is Facebook simply too big to build its own digital currency I think it's too early to say that I think we're at the beginning of assessing that but the I think the size of their network does focus your attention on the very likely systemic importance of this currency and that that that didn't mean that doesn't mean they shouldn't do it it it but it means that this at a minimum it means that the standards that need to be applied to it will be the highest and as such then if lever moves forward we will have is it possible that our concerns rise said that we will have another too big to fail institution tethered to the US economy I certainly hope not center again we're at the very beginning of assessing all this and I don't know that this would be that it that Facebook itself I mean lever is is actually twenty eight companies including Facebook I don't know that the clerk that Facebook would be too big to fail no matter what happens with libra yeah I was referring to live for let me ask you about this if lever moves forward as a cryptocurrency should have socked consider classifying libra as a non banks iffy it's a very good question I know they have stock will be focusing on this again we haven't had a principals meeting in that sock since this was announced there has been spent every staff level meetings on it though so we'll be focusing on is the treasury secretary's lead there is the chair yeah but I assume you have some yes insist sale absolutely forcing how that falls we see what happens in countries like Venezuela when central banks stop making decisions based on economic data and instead change monetary policy to sue the political goals of those in power the results are pretty ugly now of course I don't always think the fed.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Goodwin no usually with some Monday morning she's on vacation as everybody is going to be this week but with us right now one of our favorite gas Lionel of course YouTube star Lionel nation that you tube and of course follow Lionel on Twitter Lionel how you doing introduction and but he's not so what I did that way but I don't know if I can help you listen a come on got the people say and I got I got a two thousand emails whatever the Michael good that's owners people call you and this poor man whose kill but if you're like attacking a man is I guess barring about please mark let these people they're not professional thank you for taking my call well Henry knows we love him hourly I also love would you know you you you do realize that in the world I mean it's not a sexual fetish is not really paraphilia it's not like Joe Biden's smelly hair but you've got this apple thing that is like some OCD you site you care more about it than you do people get branch and they went to Germany that it is just is just me there's no one else you go to the apple store it's always empty I feel bad that just get out right judge Wapner judge Wapner okay gotta watch wobbly apple apple why did he do it Dr Richard medication for this guy go to the apple store three AM this your people by the by a question how many countries have aboard the July I would assume just us all of them sorry mark this weekend was gay pride and I I know you don't understand you know the whole notion of the notion of here you have a history that early and I understand one of my Joe Biden me but but it's just it's one of those things that you don't understand well here's the part that I don't get there was a time when it was the the idea of you know Gary pride in gay rights and I got it and the idea that you could see this one fifty years ago my god it was just unbelievable that was against the law to be gay I get this here's what I wanted I wanted to go from there gay rights which I think is makes sense you know get to L. G. G. B. T. T. T. T. I. Q. Q. eight eight right no no but I'm I'm serious right now it is not just gay pride that I mean if you're gay that's all coming in what do you do and stop it stone wall today it is think about this lesbian gay genderqueer bi sexual demi sexual transgender transsexual to spirit intersects queer questioning asexual allies pansexual and poly amorous years ago we didn't have that when it was Hillary and Bernie nothing nobody talked about here's what he talked about club med J. it was Hillary and all of a sudden since she's out of the picture and the Democratic Party as we know it is destroyed Donna Brazile kat Debbie Wasserman Schultz gone those warm brown lex this new way Biden Pauline listen to what's the new messages not just gay rights but when metta transitional I don't even know what it is what what happened what happened is three years why would the absence of Hillary is there now this new brand of hyperspace it is a people think it was created by the toilet manufacturing industry because I at the fourteen restrooms and every building the worst Amir rapier wit a weapon police never use of art now next I love this I love the truck please I love you please let's now listen to me very carefully now bless her J. Edgar Hoover on this okay but you know he had to be called call window pearl be use them up not good yeah I'd you know going up for and okay in the Black Panther they're trying to do good let's have eight version after he thought what you tell me one reason why a bunch of helmeted black adorned in terms of a uniform it is a natural why this is not fall under the category of racketeering regular going to place their identified it is a national they're not threatening to a ball I mean the people it is and enjoy life does this happen is this go on when Chuck Todd and other people are individuals we quit quit school well basically apologist for the Jack booted storm trooping bugs to get out the kinescopes did you want to go back in history particular moment of time seeing uniformed solved the streets this is mark I don't know harken back to a dark and horrible part of human history why are we even discussing this well you're right the you're the attorney and former prosecutor what what part of law enforcement should be doing this I got up it down that bag I and tell him where do do something watch I can't do it October the twenty eight I turned off hello all you know cable news up this time I get the laci occasionally on you too read either box this could be this is that any talk about carpet beige nothing happens the IG report ladies and gentlemen the deep state this is a formality the the the day new mall that valedictory the the the sword of Damocles now saying nothing is happening that is Mike I'm doing a Jackie may hear walking around with her I've been met outfit on laughing the only time only time with this this president gave us Louie DePalma from taxi that what he would do that the first time that the only time when we said this guy is an evil genius when Nancy Pelosi hatter trip to Afghanistan cancel any had her luggage dropped off at our office the time all the time but what the F. B. I've ever done college college entrance for I'd one time when some big deep state Democrat we know about man forty gates about but I was not as we know about that one time doing trump's DOJ any integration whether it's sessions or bar things now you're right thank you well Hey can you thank you Sir get back here and tell me about that people to shop but they don't like you get over here okay and stop with this I'm gonna help women global here in this country what do you I don't get it I'm sorry if this is a great president you don't know what we call I'm not asking what do you need a last one person one misdemeanor a parking ticket a citation new thing I agree Lee argued that I hate so we're out of time but you can watch law yet more about apple how they they used to work in the beveled edges in hi this is the way to the I want a different box and the night before it was to go out he didn't like the glass story all right you stick with your he's blackberry it really is a good donut place is great for mark watch Lionel on to you to apply analyst at YouTube and follow him on Twitter a check of the web page a lot of good stuff out there now was just a few years ago Democrats were calling for a wall Democrats want to deport illegals watch the video you see all your favorite Democrats doing just that also what's this new democratic game show the price is free it's a great idea and then take a look at this we love New York here is some be a beautiful way to see New York watch this drone footage of.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"You, but your mobile app get get. Get up on that shit. I'll do a better job on that app. Yeah. Okay. Here we go sit down and do a better job come out of retirement to relevant you son of a bitch, so. All right. I wanna read it like word for word, but I can't find it. Someone said someone told me on stream the other day that they listened to the podcast in a fat in a warehouse, and they work at like four am like by themselves and they just walking around a warehouse then just loud in the warehouse. Stop stop stuff. No, more. No more. No more. Okay. I think we got us. I think we gotta actually end it. Yeah, I think so too. Yeah, I think so too. We've we've had. We've been trade your trust too much any fucking time. Now it's time to buckle down and be loyal, loyal, loyal, three to one. No. We just like you're going to do it. Do a hard cut to like a hardcore porn like a sound team. It yoke. How below punk on a jail? Oh yeah, that's real. It's real because he's gonna do time. Yeah. Yep, I, I was just reading some shift from some people being like knives trolling trolling. This is what he does, but he's like now. I mean, he was like, yeah, my social media is going to be ran by managers now, and you can tell right away. The captions are shady. This sucks. I brush my teeth on the couch. I my Tepes on the couch like. Wait, I got to read that one fifty years old. I gotta read that one. 'cause it's funny Lopez, funny pumps that I think he's running his own shit, I think because like the captions and stuff like better funny and they immediately changed. He fucking deleted it damn it. Now he's definitely is definitely running shit because he's breaking shit on. So unlike hotel rooms and stuff, and there's no way of manager, it'd be like, yeah, post that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, here's one. I was watching an old podcast in the moaning sounds sounds came on. It's funny that moaning sounds can anyway. So I try to turn the sound down, right, but I was pressing the power button repeatedly which apparently calls the police. So thanks. I'm along with your emergency. Oh. We'll be right there. We'll be right there. We're on our way, so. All right. So the post I'm looking for is someone was listening to the podcast and they the moaning sounds came on right as they were pulling up to a foot in d. y. checkpoint. No..

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"one fifty years" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Don't you think it's kind of it's kind of a cool thing that the the, the quarterback of the first fifty years in the history of the Green Bay Packers could have a relationship and sort of a mutual admiration society with the quarterback who leads the Packers into their second century. As we go forward. Now, you know what the year that Aaron was drafted, two thousand five. My dad back then was still involved in charitable golf outing in Milwaukee, call defense, Lombardi, memorial golf last raise money for cancer research and honor of coach. Lombardi, an Aaron showed up at that that was had to be a month or two after he was drafted. He didn't have to go to that, and he showed up and he reached out and and made that appearance. And I think that really touched mom and dad that this young man right out of California, we'll take the time to to go there and. From that point on, remember dad said, you know, I want to do whatever I can to talk to them to listen to them to spend time with them, and because he sensed that there was something about him. Of course, Aaron wanted to be a terrific player, but he sensed that he wanted to do something and use that platform as a way to help society. How much over the years would you say they have talked particularly before his stir before his strokes? I don't know because you know, dad wouldn't advertise even us. All right. I sense that it was several times a year that they would reach out, but I think that also tried to be respectful of the fact that everybody wanted Ahrends time. And so just on occasion, he would send him a text message. He would ask us to help them with that. Or call him and just let him know. I think they got it about right often enough that they able to strengthen their relationship and and be there for other. But not too often that Aaron felt like he had had had to, you know, speak to us from other people. I think Dan was trying to be deferential to. You can imagine how many directions Aaron gets pulled. It's kind of interesting when you think about it that it's probably only three people on the planet who know what it's like to be Bart, star bird star. There's Brett farve. There's Aaron Rodgers. That's it to be to have the the. I mean, it was different in your dad's day because it wasn't the monolithic gigantic corporation of the NFL and everything. But I will say this they were the Green Bay Packers. They're the biggest thing in sports at that time, the Packers in the Yankees and that was it. Two things bardy really put the Packers on the map. So there's only three of those people star farve Rogers. So he's in a pretty exclusive club when it's funny that dad had a great relationship with with both of them and you have three people from three different backgrounds, three different styles and three different ways of playing the game. But that one level of commonality that is, as you said, that's a pretty exclusive club. Quarterbacks who have won championships with Green Bay and all of them want in the hall of fame. So that's. I think someone would something together recently said, is that the best quarterback trio ever. It has to be. It has to think so. I mean, who who else could compete? I mean, Aikman starbuck but then what Romo I mean, it's just this has to be the greatest triumvirate in in any franchise ever. It's it's it's awfully strong. That's very special to all of them. I know Bartlett and thank you so much for taking the time and we appreciate you..

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"one fifty years" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Dude are you in a van right now muster is i'm going to guess living in the van and and podcasting from the van it's his new lifestyle this is the new buster i was going to say i'm in the van life i guess gosh tag man life so first of all when did this start poop it in a mason jar while okay we'll get into this so i don't know i've wanted to do this for like five years and the and non finally in space where like i can land so i wrecked my car and insurance gave me money for it and so then i toss it into like a used fan ford e one fifty years it tiny five with a hundred and twenty thousand miles damn yeah and starting in june i just moved into fulltime bill like bedspace oh dude i i don't know if you saw but i put a deck on the top of it picture instagram it was on my story if you go to my story at jesus the picture of this behemoth on your thread dude i got to see this thing it's it's you can go to my profile and see like the van bills story of me like building out over less like three months but yeah i'm living in it fulltime and i have like a bunch of friends on the west coast that i do cliff jumping stuff with and like so many people are just like dude come out like so right now i'm in tahoe it wasn't my plan to be in tahoe this week at all it's just kind of how it worked out just friends are like hey come up he can park in my driveway use my wifi my shower and this kind of just what i've been doing is i have a lot of friends out here and so i just implant into this cruise around and travel and until i can't i guess what you get so many parking tickets that you need to need to get a job and pay those off until you job oh hey where your minds at curious how do the show broadcast house to work well i got a lot of friends and a lot of friends with houses and solid wi fi so like this this week it was like kind of like we wound up at lake tahoe which is so gorgeous if you ever chance to go to like tahoe in the summer it's insanely beautiful and i just have a lot of skier friends who also do cliff jumping and they're like dude come and stay at my house i you know and did it perfect skier accent comments they got that whole surfer bro air fought axa going on like all of the best coli i love it yeah so it's kind of what i'm doing all summer if you wanna fall l might instagram at jealous picks though because the stories disappear after what twenty four hours okay well start posting picks on hilo shark on lease you at least gotta post a pic of this big beautiful it's a white van right yeah it used to be bought it from this guy who used as a he was a handyman and so he had all kinds of decals on it and so i stopped all of the decals off of except for the handyman decal i cut the end off so that it's a v and so now it's handy van also thought about changing the h to a c so it's candy van and sue molester creepy you know honestly that sounds like a really funny idea until you get pulled over like any other day exactly probably i would especially looking like you're probably gonna be looking since you're not gonna be showering regularly and you're gonna be pooping in a big mason jar so probably could fit in you gotta get a bigger mason jar the blast pickle jar so wait what are you going to be pooping in i mean i gotta know as long as as long as a real what are you going to the bathroom when you live in van like so so far i've been like i stayed like a week at my parents house like parked in front of their and like pooping then i like a week in la stayed up my buddy's house while building the deck and if like his he wasn't awake yet i would just go to walmart or mcdonald's does places the public and they know what you could always go to a starbucks do they won't even ask.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on The Science Show

"Turns out that if you are photosynthetic organisms you have one signature if you produce methane you got another signature if you use meth and you got a third signature now i mentioned those things because bacterial photosynthesis and methane producers methane users are all very very primitive and we know that because they fit right down near the base of the tree of life okay study these things in a very thin piece of rock and you can see through it with a microscope and i can go into that rock without harming it to look at the chemistry and the three dimensional morphology the cells and all that stuff and teamed up with the guys in wisconsin and they did the most detailed study it's ever been done and by goodness gracious we looked at five different species and found two of them were photosynthetic but the primer type of photosynthesis the first type that ever evolved on earth and one was producing methane and the other two were using that methane these are very different organisms and very near the base of the tree of life everybody gets excited about this because this is exactly what the microbiologist sort of hoped would come out and it confirms everything else it makes good sense in terms of evolution and so we're marching on well what does it mean that you've got festival of variety of different organisms and what seems to be implied and you'll work that they if ulta quickly well to be honest with you i find that really interesting and in fact quite surprising tell you a little story i got interested in the early history of life in nineteen sixty one fifty years ago when i was a second year college student and this was a problem that.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"He would go against all trae young led the nation in scoring and assists and turnovers that's a bad sign it's just a bad they i think they warn him out they warm down every everything was going through we met and i said it would three weeks i wanna see how his jumpers going look three weeks from now because he's taking too many shots his usage rate is extremely high and in a first name that goes watching get tired you laze go and you jumper go right and that's exactly what happened to him down the stretch high not name wet i ain't gonna dissing my his thing where but not like this according take you on eighty now lobby money on alive don't do anything okay hey that's easy money easy mono letting letting this easy money easy money easy easy for me what this man disliked it over to just like give it to me right now just explain restaurant did one year at cal just explain what have sixty one six soft sixty one fifty years ago right manage gona where you would just was talking about yesterday area twenty one didn't touch no rim i mean no rim though if the video if the net move i don't even county now the net go move is going to go this way back note that they make that thanks knees bless you when was the last time you've got a basketball oh my good hey too big.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Fifteen well a lot of them are that age you know i'm and they're not those none oshii the estonia really fifth fifteen debris three this get a stupid really man at some people are just you watch alight wall really yeah and then you know for the for the us there's a brother and sister combo which is weird is last week gusting myself deriving a brother and sister kinda dominate the come up together and do it other but we don't really know what we're looked up was pretty cool so look to us where in first place of score seventy three neck oh seventy threes good this girl just shifts on that really to shoot a perfect score by think perfect once seventy sheila hi one fifty years someone so in she says all her jumps for the second portion and should do three jobs back to back which is unheard of their seemed like no one can do it really i don't know why just i just got fucking hook gone to things isaac like oh now balls deepen the olympics and the open ceremonies for south korea did you see it chin now you should be shared out its saga an oh my god there was so corning and the fuck is special effects were so far it's like they haven't they it's like they just have no clue how the real round the world i good stuff oh my god then they had they had this fake drone seen or the drones make the the science and then even even the olympic rings in even though they actually shot that several months ago but be dude.

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"one fifty years" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"one fifty years" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"It's a big flag for me that's a first job only yeah and if you don't get that that opportunity and if that that if you're that you're okay with that that's fine but don't have the expectation because you're capped logistically it probably like one fifty year by is an idea as a great inside said right on the outside the the sky's the limit it's up to your creative that actually brings me to my next things like really territory complainer so tightly coupled that you know how often have you been like beat switched where they're like all that all you'll have filed the whole west coast for three hours with or that the compliment you know they have a high target in com and you know but the bases kind of small but the variables are so staged that you know you really have to crush it to get that target income on the question i think one of the questions i always ask the first question asked about a complement his is a capped off is if it's cap capped them we don't have anything else to talk about because that's not why i do assault why do what i do so if it's not cap that we can talk then the way i think looking at territory complement one of the question becomes how often in the last twentyfour months or even go back three years have you changed the territory's have they been realigned like i want to know that because that tells me guys are still trying to figure it out um and then when it comes to the car plan if it's so over engineered i i don't you know it let's be realistic sales rest when you put a cobb plan and i've designed my fair share and watch this happen and i've accepted my fair share and done it myself it's a game it becomes a game show you just set the rules and my job is to make as much money as i can.

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