35 Burst results for "One Hand"
Why Square Stock Dropped Today
"Came in solidly higher-than-expected shares of square though are down seven percent this morning. Because growth is slowing. There's always a lot to get to with square so when you look at all the numbers. Tell me what stood out to you. Yes for me. I really focused. When i swear on really their burgeoning business which you know is the cash shop. It's funny you mentioned the war on cash and they have this kind of conveniently named cash app so it was really some of the numbers that the shop drew in the quarter and for that matter the fiscal year one of them is one hundred sixty two percent. Increase your ear. Gross profit of the cash up In a lot of that is being fueled by new users and specifically cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. So i think one number is not in throughout the entire twenty twenty fiscal year over three million people transacted bitcoin in some regard which was a two hundred fifty percent increase in volume compared to fiscal year. Nineteen and then they also even gave some gave some information on january twenty twenty one st year with over one million new buyers of bitcoin so really just interesting kind of figures throughout the entire report. Kind of the bitcoin. Being such an important part of that cash app is what really stood out to me. Yeah and that was certainly part of the headline squares square announcing it had purchased one hundred seventy million dollars worth of bitcoin during the quarter so cash app is squares version of ven. Mo- it's interesting to see the reaction from the start because on the one hand. This is a stock. Even factoring in the drop today. The stock is up almost two hundred percent in the past year so i understand particularly traders on wall street with a shorter term mentality saying alright. It's been a good year. Let's let's take a little money off the table. That sort of thing on the other hand. I don't know the overall market cap of square is just over one hundred billion dollars. It seems like a business with a lot of room to run. And i was listening to some of the comments the. Cfo made around what they are. Seeing it square in terms of how sticky the cash app is in terms of the other parts of squares business. How it's this thing that sort of bringing people in and once they're in the square ecosystem. They they start trying other parts of the business. So i don't know like would you look i get the. Pe ratio is somewhere north of five hundred. But when you when you look at everything that square has going on do you look at today as a buying opportunity for people who maybe had square on their watchlist and thought well okay. It's it's seven percent cheaper than it was yesterday. Yeah actually i was looking at. You know over the last couple of weeks how it's performed and through last week year to date. I think it was up. Something like twenty seven percent and then you have over the last couple of days. You know ten percent or so pullback and these are always the days as as a long term investor that i look for you know have a business. That's in my opinion burgeoning. Having fiscal year revenue grow over one hundred percent granted excluding bitcoin. That's only about fifteen or twenty percent but as long term investor. I do think this is an opportunity. I'm not personally a shareholder of square. But it's a fascinating business to me and we've seen so much traction and really their largest growing business in terms of bitcoin transaction cryptocurrency and things like that which really doesn't seem to be dying the craze three or four years ago now. And you know it's all of a sudden habit a two year hiatus and it's got right back in the thick of things you know which squares really benefiting from. So you know. I think if you're a long term investor willing to hold for a couple of years and not too worried about a lot of volatility which has realizing probably will continue to experience over the coming months over coming quarters over the coming years I think this is an opportunity to dip your feet in or maybe increase your position a little bit lows. Fourth quarter report
Aquarius Daily Horoscope: February 23, 2021
"Fellowship between mars and pluto. The great reveal our delivers realizations. About your past people say hindsight is twenty twenty but are mine sap away of rewriting the past. Can you honestly process what has happened without letting it control. Proceed now to reflect on your relationships. Venus in your sign calls for self love but matters of home in heart could challenge the centerpiece on the one hand. You want security on the other. You demand freedom. Follow the line between the two and find where they meet. Contemplate the work you do and your career. Pisces season will bring significant re-organisation. To the way you assign. Well perhaps your priorities and the officer shifting or you're devoting more of yourself to a personal project allow these shifts to happen and take the path that feels best
Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market
"Have another foldable phone. This one from wall way. Sarah tells all about it all right away. The made x. two which now holds the screen inside like the samsung galaxy. Fold rather than wrapping around the outside when you close it while we added a second six point. Four or five inch led ninety. Heard screen to the made to for you to use. It is folded. The inside foldable screen is eight inches. Twenty four by twenty display and the company says the mate x has less of an internal gap so it folds flatter than the galaxy full. So they're obviously making comparisons there. The screen folds into a waterdrop shape at the hinge when closed to prevent chrissy and and also breaking the made two launches but the android ten based. Em ui eleven. No google services but while we says it will be. One of the first device is upgraded to harmony os. That's always us in april. The made extra comes to china on february twenty fifth for seventy thousand nine hundred ninety nine one which is about two thousand seven hundred eighty five. Us dollars the announcement was conducted in mandarin nod. In english as is as it was in previous announcements and facts while we may run out of parts in q to even one if us trade restrictions do remain in place. Nick asia reported last week. That always told suppliers smartphone component orders would-be sixty percent lower than last year. Yes on the one hand we we see wah wah moving over to samsung's form factor On the other hand they are touting unimproved hinge that they say well. We've moved there because we've made it better but outside this is obviously targeted only domestically in china and We it's a question of even how many they could make to sell in china. Trevor have you been paying attention to this. Yeah i mean. I think if you're running out of chips the navy a good strategy would be to put out a phone. That's this expensive. You know you're not gonna sell now. Granted they they've probably been working on this for years but like that's going to help like how many people are going to spend twenty eight hundred dollars on a folding fund but it puts wall in a position where they're innovating on this new form factor. And personally. I think that the the full actually works really well. Because you don't have that sort of lopsided gap that you do in other foldables while way is playing out the clock here. They're they're hoping they can find a way out of this and they just wanna keep making models. They sold off on her but they do not want to sell off while way itself which would be the only other way out of this but if the. Us doesn't budge. Which doesn't look like it's going to. I'm not sure how long they can go. Obviously not longer than q two if things stay exactly the way they are now. Well the the foldable itself looks pretty nice guy. I didn't watch the entire announcement again in mandarin but the subtitles. I can follow along pretty well but it does look at least you know when someone standing on stage telling you about specs. It looks to be very nice When it's you know when it's when it's being used in tablet form You got a nice little eight inch screen when you've when it's when it's folded but you can still use it as a phone kind of block easy but i think for anyone who's like yeah but i have multiple devices and one that makes sense. It does seem pretty sturdy. One thing i did like about it was that they said that it was waited on one side and it reminded me a lot of the e-readers in adel put more weight on. What side because it's a more natural way to hold the device when you're holding it open so i think that's something that hopefully other foldables will adopt. Because they're sort even because they're trying to distribute the parts evenly across the
Recap: Celtics Beat Hawks in Game 2, Robert Williams Explodes
"To the thing that was more interesting and remarkable off of this game. And again, I think it was I think it's hard to argue. It wasn't robbed fans. He was just so interesting. But I mean that stretch where it's basically like steel block back door make a nice pass dunk l u and like Bobby tweeted about it from the Celtics account, you know, the game went to From mildly competitive to a blowout during those Rob Williams second quarter minutes there and that was basically the ball game, but the guys just so freaking elected. He probably had like eleven fouls tonight. I think he only got called for 4 or so before he got going on the set. You just talked about he wrapped up capella and like one of the first place of the second I Tice took another fellow from him. I'm sure sure you get that and then there was a third player like wrapped up reddish. So by halftime he had six fouls, but they only call three and then by the end of the night he got away with another one. We were going re fellow there. So realistically he realistically at $8,000 I wouldn't do it. So that was the most unfortunate game and the Exact Staffing was at the start of that structure was 33 to 24 and then at the end after all his dunks and layups and Steals and box that was 51 the 37 and that was pretty much the game. Dude was awesome. And it's funny because we always talk about let's just see the Celtics just love it up there. Right just throw it to Rob and let's see what happens and then he does like the most Rob like we knew he was capable of this sort of athleticism incredible man. Like that was caught it tapped. It one-handed in his hand eye coordination is just through the roof. Yeah, like that's the kind of play where you're like, wait a minute. Like if not that it's not one of those. Okay, if he does it every single night as well change everything but like just that open opportunity if he's able to get more comfortable get these reps in man like that. It just opened my eyes to how how explosive this office could truly be when with Rob in the middle of doing what he did. He was doing everything on both ends something like he was somebody tweeted it jokingly just way to your point was like, I wonder what this offense would look like if they just robbed if they just loved it to rub on every possession, you know, it's like legit and we always joke like that but like he made it look so smooth as well. Wait a minute. Why don't we do that more often wage? And also here is you do see the other side though, the ridiculous goaltending all the files were so like absurd and he easily could have ended up taking himself out of this one and having a game. So you do see both sides of the debate here where there's just an enormous level of upside. But also these like just absurd things. He does that you just can't do out there that end up getting them home games and you only had 16 minutes in this one in the end because of all the following and mistakes and miscues. He jumped into a couple of Shooters on the three-point line and it's like you're right John there's more good than bad. But the bad is so bad like just inexcusable stuff.
Biden Will Need to Rebuild International Leaders' Trust After Trump's Wrecking Ball Approach to Foreign Policy
"I think one can't overstate what has happened. In the last couple of weeks with respect to joe biden engaging on the world stage but in particular ways it's not. It's not pink cloud to pink cloud with everybody in fact. He had a tough conversation with israel's prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu and the lack of conversation with the saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman sort of sending a message to both of them to that america will have a clearer role even in the middle east. Do you think about it. You're you're trumps favorite leaders. In hamad bin. Salman was perhaps at the top of that list. The first trip down trump took as president overseas. He broke precedent. Instead of going to one of our neighbors he went to saudi arabia. And of course the leader that donald trump would never criticize was vladimir putin asking what you see is joe biden very deliberately picking venues this munich security conference where he gave that speech today. Virtually that's the venue in the heart of europe. Signalling you are friends. You are allies. Not these other guys. the agenda is different. He's talking about democracy sending up for russia. Climate change diplomacy to get back into the iran nuclear agreement so both the tone the settings and the substance is entirely different than what we've seen the last four years so ben what. This is the moment to determine whether some of those alliances have been damaged obviously g. seven is a is a key alliance. Nato is one that was undermined by by donald trump. Is everybody happy to take america back again. Are they okay to say. Let's just forget about the last four years where it's back to business. Well yes no on the one hand it just shows you how extreme the trump policy is or was that joe biden's had to go out of his way to reaffirm we are a member of nato. We honor our commitments to nato. Were back in the paris agreement. From which the us lead in negotiating. We're prepared to have diplomacy to go back into the iran agreement that we took the lead in negotiating a so. This is a sea change. I think the rest of the world particularly allies have thought on the one hand. We very much want america back back at the table back. Defending a set of values back working to solve problems like climate change or dealing with pandemics where trump had been totally absent on the other hand. They just lived the glass for years. And they're looking over don't biden shoulder and thinking who are those crazy people behind you who stormed the capital january six. Can we trust that. The americans won't do that again in four years. Can we trust though. Keep their word. If we want to negotiate a complex agreement like the paris agreement was or the iran nuclear deal. Can we trust. The americans won't just tear it up so his cask is is much harder than just making a speech in setting the right tone. He's going to have to build back. Bill ity month-by-month year-by-year initiative by initiative. Because of the wrecking ball coach. Down trump took to our alliances in our room the world.
Higher Iron Ore And Copper Prices Lift BHP's Interim Profit
"Seeing two material stocks on the back of the rising copper on the one hand, and then we also heard from BHP around that improved outlook. Culpa shares getting quite a strong boost across the region. With that metal holding at those 2012 hires have been looking at the likes of you understand copper in India, it's holding it. April, 2018 hires some of the players in South Korea jumping by as much as 20% there Oz Minerals, also a strong player in Sydney, but at the same time we had BHP coming through with a 16% lift in its first half profit. It's also going to pay Record dividend of $5.1 billion in shareholder payments When you look at my next shot, we continue to see these strong ratings as well coming through for BHP. We've got something like 11 buys three holds one cell when you look at the malfunction there on the Bloomberg yourself.
Nikes Hands-Free Shoe is a Win for Inclusion
"Wars daily on this monday february fifteenth. Welcome to a new week. Everyone sneaker heads must have been clicking their heels lately earlier. This month nike unveiled. Its first hands-free athletic shoe. The nike go fly. Ease the slip on sneakers have a hinge that allows the shooter snap open and shut all on their own or mostly on their own to remove shoe. Use the same toe to heel method that you use when taking off your shoes without using your hands to put it on slide your foot back in and step down in the shoe snaps shut and elastic tension. Band keeps it snug on your foot. Velcro or other fasteners needed as usual. The twitter verse had a thing or two to say about the invention. Some call the hands-free issue
Why Are So Many Health-Care Workers Resisting the Covid Vaccine?
"Some early stumbles and lack of doses. Hampering the rollout of vaccines. We're also seeing hesitancy and skepticism by many healthcare workers who are refusing their doses of them site the speed at which vaccines were developed and for others. It's a trust problem. Distrust of the government and even the healthcare systems. They work for for more on. Why so many healthcare workers are resisting. The covid vaccine will speak to drew kular. He's a practicing physician and contributor to the new yorker wanted to write this article because i also found it quite surprising that healthcare workers said recently high levels of vaccine hesitancy despite seeing the damage of covid nineteen first hand despite being at higher risk for infection. I pass it on to their loved ones and so i wanted to explore what behind this vaccine hesitancy and i think one thing you'll notice is that at particularly in nursing homes it has to do with a lack of trust in often your employer a lack of trust in the healthcare system and lack of trust in the political and the regulatory environment under which these vaccines were created. We know that they are safe. And effective medical science has taught set and they were developed at record speed. But i think that also creates its own issues. That people have been told over the course of the last year. That vaccine is can take years if not decades to make and here we have one kind of a medical miracle which came out in less than one year but also creates a level of hesitancy among the general public but also among healthcare workers in a lot of the nurses that she spoke to a lot of them said the speed was a big factor and they just said hey. There's no way. I'm going to wait to see long term results. See how other people react once they get it and you know it's an interesting thing. Obviously we've been learning about the pandemic and vaccine making. I think like no other time before you know happening in real time and the thing with the vaccine especially like the pfizer and moderna vaccines these m rna. Platforms platform for that vaccine was already there. They just needed that opportunity to be able to tweak something so they can make it or the corona buys for covid nineteen so that i do understand that kind of the speed can be scary about it but that platform was something has been worked on for a long time already. It is something that has been worked on for years and then credible new technology. But i think this really gets at the heart of the issue is that it's not always the case that telling people about the science and how things were developed is enough to get them over or kind of desire to watch and wait and see what happens with the vaccine is another often. It's a case of misinformation. A lot of people are getting their information from sources. That may not be reliable taken. Be an issue of just wanting to see how other people do before they are kind of taking this into their own body and it can be an issue of trust and understanding that the healthcare system or other parties have not treated them in a way that they've wanted to be treated in the past and they're understandably skeptical that this seems to be Being forced on them. Now that being said this is this an issue and that we really need to kind of combat it had on we need to have these conversations engage in these dialogues and we do need to help people understand that. This is the best thing for themselves as well as their communities.
Stonehenge: could a road tunnel ruin the ancient site?
"Mike to begin with. Tell us what the latest information we have about. Stonehenge is this great thing about stonehenge. The older it gets the more we know about. Not least because of the road works that have been underway now for decades in in a sense Those more ontological field were taking place in and around stonehenge world heritage site than we've seen ever before and that allied with the new sciences. That archaeology has to bring to bear. Means that our ideas about the monument in its history are really changing and think unsurprisingly. What's happening is that. We're getting a picture of an increasingly complicated world as well. As complex history of the monument itself its duration is extending. It was active ceremonial religious site for many centuries perhaps as much as millennium During that time there are many constructional changes as well as appropriate religious ideas struggling still to untangle all those architectural phases partly because most of our information on that side comes from excavations that were done in the first half of the last century and weren't understandably a done to the standards we would follow died. less healthy. They weren't particular recorded either at the time. And so it will be good to have new excavation. Actually out the monument put their reasons. You can imagine why that's quite difficult to achieve but in the wider landscape until quite recent. I think it'd be fair to say that. That archaeologist imagine stonehenge as a monument in a barren landscape that there was something about the landscape for religious ritual possibly political reasons that meant it was largely empty. Now we know it's completely the opposite on the one hand thanks to major excavations immediately outside the world heritage site that have been paid for by the ministry of defence who have been a building huge numbers of new houses to accommodate soldiers moving back in from germany. We found a lot of evidence for settlement activity older than stonehenge contemporary stonehenge. Just one particular place where we think People were living at the very time. The major stonehenge was boat and these were the people who did it
Overcoming Conflict Dangerous Love Chad Ford - burst 13
"Let's do another one of these scenarios. Because i've had something recently come up again In terms of a scenario that i think is all too common. And i don't know it's hard for people to get past it but again it's it's a it's a relationship whether it be has been wife for living together situation. Whatever it may be. She's done something that he doesn't like and now he starts looking at her phone and digging into right now she feels like trust has been violated and then now he's angry right. He so angry in fact he says it's it's her fault it's her fault it's her fault it's her fault. Meanwhile sees now she's gone into avoidance right. She's not saying things she's claiming up right and he's and he's coming at her heart and he cannot. He cannot get there to see her as a vow or human because right now she's in it and he's fuming angry. How do we. How do we make that transition to get from fuming. Angry at that person so that we can get to the reconciliation. You no it's It's interesting when. I hear that you use the word angry a lot and certainly that can be an emotion but usually beyond the angry as we get deeper. There's a sense of betrayal and pain absolutely right right. The root of all. We're afraid of pain. When pain comes we i as human beings. We try to avoid pain. Even when pain is good for going into the gym and working out. Our muscles are supposed to be sore at the end to tells us we had a really good workout. You know we we avoid it and so on one end. You've got a wife. Who's at a lot of pain. Who feels that. Her trust has been violated and i don't know what he found on her phone. But maybe there's some stuff that that probably isn't good in a relationship didn't maybe it's happening on the phone but there's a lot of pain they're right on one hand so any an engagement now with my partner. Who's angry and furious. It's just going to be more paint. So what do i do i avoided. Run away you've got a you've got a partner who feels betray. Who is found stuff on the phone or whatever that that that that's been really hurtful to them but underneath all that anger is paying. I've been hurt by this. I've been hurt by this person right. And now you have two people that are hurting and you know we think about this. You know. I lived a little bit in the country for a while. You know what animals are in pain. What do they do. You know they move into the corner and you know if anybody sort of comes at them or whatever they lash out and talk to people that are in this immense amount of pain and what the other thing that's really interesting about pain is when pain becomes severe. It becomes all consuming. All i can think about is my pain. How about yours right. i can only about mine. That's all i could deal with right now is i'm deeply inward. We call the sort of mindset inward. Because what i'm thinking about is all my pain how you hurt me. How you didn't trust me. You did this and that story just tells me over and over again. You're in pain. It's the other person that's causing the pain. I've if the other person would change the pain would go away but i can't engage that other person matt anymore because it's just too dangerous to do now. Sounds like the the partners doing that the opposite way right. I'm going to keep pushing pushing pushing pushing to get this person. I'd change but i'm frustrated. Because the more i the more distant she becomes right right and and so it's really interesting. The solution for both of the parties the same even though their actions are really different. Which is a half the start thinking about. Why is the other person reacting. The way they're reacting right now what what is going on there. What are their challenges. Their pains their struggles that they're going through right now. What is that like is. That's a story that we don't tell ourselves typically when we're in conflict and then i have to ask myself even a second which will be painful. But it's the good kite type of pain. It's the sort of pain it's gonna get you to where you wanna go. Is there anything that i've done. Small medium large. The may have added to that pain right now. Right as they're suffering. Do they look at me and say that thing that i said that text that i said or whatever it was it's added on. And what could i do. Small medium large that could alleviate just a little bit of that pain and and if we just one of them by the way where to start thinking that way and just try one thing the start alleviating that pain everything that the dynamic of that relationship will start to change. Everything will start to get to a place where we can have the honest discussions that were probably going to have to have not to be able to talk about that true Mercy justice a pattern that we talked about before. And i just read this or i recently wrote this blog about. You know what you valentine's day. Valentine's day socks somebody. And you know but it's you know roses chocolates and all that sort of stuff and to me. Give them the gift of seeing them. Give them the gift of thinking about you. Know whoever that is that you want you want to reach out to an ask yourself this simple questions like what's hard for this person right now. What's really what sort of way to paint. Are they carrying around to this person right now and is there anything that i've done. Add to it in. What could i do to help just alleviate a little bit of that pete in that person nothing no candy. No roses no card. No romantic dinner. We'll have his deepa impact on on that person than just doing that sort of sympathy and if it if it's done that way it's it changes everything getting past that intensity though and i mean to me because like you know you when somebody's so you know how this is. I mean you bet you bet sports you know when somebody's got all their juices and intensity up there is no talking to them right and
Biden Administration Pauses Trump's TikTok Ban, Backs Off Pressure To Sell App
"About one of today's big stories, and I'll let Julia T Essa Thanks, Doug. What about an administration is signaling it will slow down an effort to force Tic tac toe unwind. It's US operations. Joining us to discuss is Nick Wadhams Bloomberg News State Department reporter. So this is something that former President Trump was very keen on in his final year of office. Is this a case of the bottom administration kind of saying this is not at the top of our priorities? Or is it more a case of Let's just hold on this and And investigate a little bit further. Well, it's ERM all of the above. One of the interesting wrinkles about this whole thing was after a lot of noise and Uh, stuff like that, with in the middle of the Trump administration, actually, a zoo the end approach. The election approached the Trump Administration to really sort of stepped off the gas on the TIC tac sale, So they had really pushed forward with this, but In the waning days of the administration, actually tick talk and the regulators and Oracle and Wal Mart the companies that were involved in this deal. We're actually having a hard time getting in touch with the officials who were responsible for Really pushing it through. So what we're seeing from the Biden administration is of their very much telegraphing that this is not a priority for them. They want to continue to go through to see how this went down. To see what happened. But this is not going to be something they're pushing for. At the same time, they're saying they're gonna let A separate process run its course, which is essentially US regulators looking into the terms of just bite dances, operations in the United States and potential security risks whether there's any transfer of American customer data back to China. That's continuing. Yes, we're told that representatives of bike dance, the parent company of Tic Tac have been talking to Sophia's over security guarantees. But this really goes to the nature of the U. S. China relations. They were very different. Under the Trump administration, from what we came to know, through the Obama administration and now with it, Biden administration. Is it going to be a little bit of mean reversion here or We really have to look at a new world that has been predicated on everything that happened under the Trump administration. Well, it xcar tingly, nuanced. On the one hand. It is very interesting the bike administration saying, Let's and we agree with the Trump administration's tougher tone toward China, and that's something there. They're going to continue, But they say that the devil is really in the detail. Okay, We agree with the strategy, but we do not Agree with the tactics and that was always one of the things about how the Trump administration went after this Tic Tac example was the perfect one because there were so many issues that the U. S. Has disputes with China over but singling out TIC Tac, this app that is extremely popular in the United States. It's not really clear. How American customer data could really be seriously threatened. It was always a nod one why they were going after Tic Tac in particular. So they're saying essentially that they're going to take a more strategic approach. Let's talk about
Bruno Mars imposter scammed Texas woman out of $100G
"Out of one hundred thousand dollars after after believing she was in romance with bruno. Mars says even with valentine's day approaching some romances especially those involving a world. Famous popstar may not always be as they appear. Case in point houston man. This is houston may appeared in court overnight accused of posing as recording artists. Bruma bruno mars on to strike up a romance with a woman in coke or out of one hundred thousand dollars first off if if it's not bruno mars account. It's probably not bruno mars. There's your first hand just like if it's not jack easterby calling you. The texans probably aren't actually calling you. Jack makes all the phone calls. Say the guy's name shit. She shouldn't wait out way to Soon as own. Woo i guess. He was charged with third degree. Felony money laundering last month but was taken into custody this week. According to charging documents on ozo- is connected to a scheme that happened to that happened to that happened. Between september and october of two thousand eighteen took forever involving a sixty three year old woman from north texas. Who told police she was cheated. She cheated and or create an instagram account in search of of companionship. You don't need to go. They have apps for this. You're looking for a little late. Life loving cougar or silver fox. Whatever your dubbing yourself the age of sixty three sabertooth that what they do. That's what i call them. They're not you're not getting it on instagram. She told investigators person pretending to be bruno. Mars reached out to her and made her believe that he was interesting. Interested in pursuing a meaningful relationship. I'm gonna go ahead and tell you this if you can't figure out that you is a sixty three year old woman or bruno mars ain't chasing you sixty three year old woman. I hate to tell you this. It ain't in the cards bruno. Mars is thirty five years old. He is worth over one hundred fifty million dollars according to the internet. He ain't looking for sixty three year old woman from north texas.
How Being Yourself Makes You a Better Leader with author Minter Dial
"I want. say congrats on your latest book. You lead how being yourself makes you a better leader. What was the motivation for this book. So just like in the same idea. Be yourself how do you do that. And how much of you should you bring into work. We talk about authenticity transparency. But is it about being radically transparent. Radically empathic and radically you totally you. So that was the question. Mark ahead in my mind as i launched intas but actually i started writing this book in two thousand and fourteen and at the time i wanted to be like the book of my life like everything full out work personal and everything in between and it took me a long time to Stu and come up with this line which is hopefully to change the way we lead a not just in business but ourselves because in the end of the day. If there's is huge lack of engagement oversee the previously to books haven't exactly figure that out and then to understand how we can bring more of ourselves feel engaged fulfilled and up bullshitting ourselves at work. Which hopefully has knock on effective leading everybody else to want to be with you. Yeah i mean. Starting in two dozen fourteen. Roughly six years was their their moment where it accelerated for. You does seem like a long time. But i know other books. People have written not you but other people could take ten years fifteen years sometimes so. I'm just curious if there is an unlock moment for you. Well it's great. You know like those more academic papers need lottery such things like that. No this was the actually. The thing that happened here was sort of blocking moments Blocking tackle i had. I went off to croatia. At thirty thousand words. I was like all excited came back wife about it. I've really got a big slug of all of us. Had something happened. And i had actually three big loud bazooka moment blocking me or changing the course of my direction which included a call from the television station. Pbs saying hey mental. Your story so great. Let's put on television and clearly. That wasn't part of what i was thinking and and i'm busy doing something else. Meaning internet this actually takes preference so i then put on hold when off that one and then a friend of mine killed himself and that kind of took on another path and then so i've had these different things that have happened anyway. I would say that the walk. In kensington park with a friend of mine who had been published kogan page was the catalyst to getting contact with them and they said awesome. Great idea really. Love it and next thing you know. I had a publisher and that happened of course before the old pandemic started. We'll let's get into started down this path. And i stopped you apologised for the rabbit hole but i wanna to talk about what you mean by you lead. You talked about authenticity radically being yourself. Tell us a little bit more about what you mean by. You lied so i. I generally feel that everybody has leadership potential and but a lot of times. You sort of like won't take away the responsibility and this listen to orders. And i feel like if there's such disengagement at work something is not happening so the of initial premise. Is you lead you and you need to be master of you. Which essentially means at its heart getting to know who you are and what matters to you and so often we go through life. Allan where we're doing what we're supposed to do getting the title on the business card getting extrinsic ideas doing following in my father's footsteps or not as man whatever and we're not actually in touch with ourselves and this is a particular challenge when you're successful often mail. You just think that this is the thing and so the one. I'm trying to really griffin to is to be in check with who we are as an individual and then once we have that established we get rid of some of the chips in the shoulders. Were more cognizant when we're being emotional and irascible and disagreeable and and potentially more vulnerable and then we can definitely model a behavior that the rest of the team might follow through with got it and i mean those sound like great things to do like just a better know myself to be more aware of my own tics and talks. Yeah why is this important for leaders. Do you think well on one hand. My feeling is that leadership is still wonky. If not a terribly wrong and the other hand i think that is much as some people want to be authentic. It's they're not sure what they're being authentic about and why they're doing it so very quickly you can be put off the course you can be doing something because you think it's good to do because it's like there's the narrative being sustainable development is great. Let's do it but there's no real hook anchor back into who you are as we end up doing so many things because it's good to do. Oh that sounds like a really smart idea let's do that and by justifying rationalizing all these smart ideas. We actually ended up frustrating ourselves. Because we're going to not get to want to get too so i feel like the issue is. We've all been to university a lot of us or you know educated and were reading even if you haven't gone university it's fine but with intellectual curiosity we we kind of think we know ourselves because we have that arrogance may be pretension says i want of course i know myself. I'm fifty six allen. God dammit you crack question me on who i am but i think we have this sort of absolute ability gloss over the details. I'm an executive powerful. And i'm excited. I'm confident on curious. I'd fine but that kind of describes everybody at some level to sort of leggings generic concepts that you want to project but who are you deeply inside and if you're excited about sustainable development can you not attach it to something that's more relevant to you for example or hopefully i'll have one day grandkids. Well i'd like for them to live in an environment where okay well. That's at least a more personal hook as opposed to the intellectual size that it was going to help our customers think that we're better people.
Officer charged in Andre Hill’s death posts bail, is freed
"Police officer charged with killing a black man has bonded out of jail hours after his bail was reduced from 3 to $1 million fired Columbus Police Officer Adam Coitus free on bail facing charges including murder in the December shooting death of 47 year old Andre Hill. The black man was shot as he came out of the garage, holding a cell phone in one hand. Judge Tuesday lowered the bond for coy after the defense argued it was unconstitutional, telling reporters the bond set for the White Officer and the police killing of George Floyd was $1 million. Floyd died after that officer note on his neck for eight minutes. Allison Keyes CBS News Bike Lanes are
Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford
"Today. I'm really excited. Talking to one of my favorite people. Brennan suffered brendan is created. This really cool kind of ongoing education center called. Seo for the rest of us. He has a podcast. He's all about helping people you know. Create great content that does rank for search We're gonna talk about search. Thank you for joining me brendan. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate and be fun. Also i'm i love chatting with you online. We had a few times before. I'll dive right in today. We're gonna talk about in ten. And it's something i know you think a lot about just high level. How do you. Kind of approach modern Intent when it comes to creating content. Yeah so my background is as an educator. Because at eighteen years old i was alive. The for some reason decided. I was allowed to decide what i want to do with my life and i decided to be a teacher and then did that for ten years so a lot of my teaching and thinking about seo is not just like what is right. But like how do i teach this so search intent very often is talked about in a way that is certainly intentive a user is informational navigational transactional or commercial right. They want one of those four things. And i don't think that's wrong but i started to feel like that's not helpful because it doesn't actually inform what you do right if it's like well this is an informational search. Okay so i just put information. And that's how i rank like probably don't like if it's a navigation search from googling like how to get somewhere sure like maybe a long form blog posts like this isn't the day like if you're one of the olds like me you remember like printing out mapquest and stuff like that was the thing. But we don't need that like an informational. Post is not gonna work there or if you google something and a lot of people are buying stuff. It's a lot of products like they probably don't want long blog post however it just tells you what goes there and not the how or as marketers what the heck to put on the page. So i did some homework. And i was like where did you know i want to know before i like. Poo poo something on twitter. And give my hot take where this come from. And i dug and duggan you know you have to the the link chasing in stuff is just like this person cited this person who said that this person crap. It's back to the first person you end up with thirty tabs. What i found was our model in twenty twenty one for search intent comes from me two thousand seven blog post from rand fish skin not wrong. He's brilliant because what he said in two thousand seven for context in two thousand seven. That was the year that like leave britney alone and chocolate rain popular out through so we can have. Yeah you just happened to the real way back machine and like but he's not wrong. It's brilliant because he's still correct right. That is still part of the intent. But i thought to myself part of seo for the rest of us. How do we make this more accessible. How do we give people something they can. Actually use will all right. We have to figure out if something is commercial or transactional or whatever like. I can't really help you if you're trying to drive somewhere like that's not what i'm doing in my marketing. That might be part of it if you're like a local business or something but for me the really like the informational or the transactional commercial came down. Like what the heck do we put on. The page is introduced to a really cool model for copyrighting by my buddy joel key from business casual copywriting. He also runs case. Study buddy now. That came from eugene schwartz in his book breakthrough advertising the kind of walks. It just walks through like levels of awareness. Now it's meant for ads right depending on what level of product or service awareness there at what they're searching. You can kind of figure out what needs to go on the page. What do they need to move. Not to the next step nazi-like book damn o or whatever but like just to the next piece of the puzzle and that's been really really helpful if you if you want. I can kind of get into a little bit of that one thing. I'm really interested for his is. There's a lot of kind of maybe. It's the controversy but but people talk about the idea of on the one hand you have. Seo's who just tried to mimic what the top ten pieces of content are that rank on page one. And doing exactly that in. That's how you're going rank and then there are other folks who say we'll just do better by you don't know if that's necessarily going to become visible for what you're trying to rank for. So what do you say to those people in how they approach creating content for you know. Can we trust google that they're actually going to surface the right content. So this is like i said something. I remember saying something the other day of like. I'm pretty sure that the quality of the top ten like the reading the top ten results quality of content is not a ranking factor anymore. It's i just. I i was reading stuff. And maybe it's because i was reading about marketing things. Half of them were unintelligible. There was no narrative to take you through you could tell each of the sections was based on like a people also ask or whatever and it was just like literally like imagine you know. You're you think you're sitting down like a ten course meal and somebody they're just throwing random food at you the whole time like here's your salad and now here's desert and then there here's a pizza and then like a piece of chicken and you're like what the there's nothing that makes this flow. There's no s- craft of writing here. It might as well be written by a robot pains me because these are humans that are spending their lives doing this. And they think they're doing a good job because they got the traffic and the conversions and blah blah blah. I think first of all. I empathize at the human writers. Who are writing these things like that must suck for you to write to just spew out this stuff all day and be on on the content marketer writer and that's what i do commodity kind of content so i would love for it to be better to encourage people to do better work. We can elevate the craft of writing that would be
Jonathan Metzl on what's driving polarization in a post-Trump America and how to fix it
"Jonathan mezzo welcome. Back to the podcast. Third time i'm a regular honored to be back so the second time you're on it was to put the response to covid into context and why people were not taking the please wearing masks seriously. Now we're after the election. When eighty one million people voted for joe biden and seventy four million people voted for donald trump. ten million more than voted for him in two thousand sixteen. And so i've been dying to talk to you. Because there's there's a conversation to be had in this country right now About how do we move forward when we have a split like this in our country. And i want to start the conversation by actually going backwards for those who have not listened to the first our first conversation about your book dying of whiteness. Just in a thumbnail. Because i know you know how you can do it. Talk about why wrote dying of whiteness. And the important message that you're getting across in that book sure absolutely will. Dying of whiteness is a book that i started actually before trump became president and kind of tracks the the rise of of trump in in in where i live tennessee kentucky. I'm also from kansas city so kansas and missouri and what i saw was the rise of kind of politics on one hand promised to make america great again but did so on the billy on the lifespans of everybody including its own supporters. So what i did in the book. Is i just tracked the rise of kind of anti immigrant anti government pro gun politics in in the rural midwest. And i'm a. I'm a physician also so i applied to public health plans and i asked the question. What happens if the politicians you vote for block for example medicaid expansion in your own state or undermine the on the public school system that your kids go to or make it very easy for anybody to get again with no background check and i really just tell the story of how the policies that were supposed to make america great again and did in some ideological ways ended up being as dangerous for rural white people in the in the midwest and south as best as or not wearing seatbelts in their car or secondhand smoke they literally became disease risk factors the actual policies that shortened lifespans of many lower income people including white supporters. So in the book. I talk about how those particular politics and up shortening white lifespans by anywhere from a month to a couple of years in some instances and i go around and really ask people why is it. Why are you supporting policies. That are so bad for your health and your lifespan. And i come up with a bunch of different answers but one is that the investment in this idea of what it means to be white as being on top of a particular hierarchy that has to keep everybody else down ends up being a kind of Siren call for people that causes them to really forget all the other tenants of of what we might. Otherwise think of as so interest and creates kind polarizing rhetoric of us versus them that propels support for these politics even when they're killing their own supporters.
Ballot bonanza: Latin Americas year of elections
"Ecuadorians will head to the polls to elect a new president and legislature. It's the start of what will be a busy political year across latin america chile honduras peru nicaragua all due to hold national elections argentina. El salvador mexico will have legislative and regional votes. This frenetic year comes at a delicate moment in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and twenty twenty. Last protests erupted in several of these countries over corruption inequality and price rises since then. The pandemic might have quieted the streets. But it's also realized. The stress economies in poverty. Rose this year. All those strains may come to bear on the region's political systems. Latin is about to have a bumper year of elections brooke. Unger are america's editor and these are taking place in a region that's been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic if not the hardest hit in terms of cases and deaths per million people and in terms of the economic impact. It's had latin. America's going to shrink more than pretty much any other region in the world and a bunch of these countries in the midst of this chaos and trauma are going to be choosing new leaders to help them find a way through at a time. When you're seeing across the world a lot of democratic backsliding including in latin america these elections are going to test the strength of democracies in those countries. So it looks like the count is nine. Latin american countries that will be holding elections this year. But i mean it's a diverse region. They they must have as many differences as commonalities well. It is a very diverse group of countries. That will be voting. I mean you have on the one hand for example chile which is one of the richest economies in the region and one of the best established democracies and you also have haiti which is pretty much the poorest country in the hemisphere and has a very dysfunctional democracy. And there's everything in
What does it mean when water is traded as a commodity?
"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Diane dupont is a professor in the economics department at brock university. She is the co author of through our fingers how handed fails to capture the value of its top asset. Hello professor dupont hydrogen. How are you. i'm doing well. Can you start. Maybe for people to whom this came as kind of a shock when the news broke a little while ago. How did we end up with water. Futures trading on stock market so as you mentioned Water futures started trading on the chicago mercantile exchange in the us in early january and Just let me explain. What if auto futures contract is of. It's this visit a an agreement to buy or sell an asset at a specified future date at a pre specified price and typically. What happens with future contracts. Not water contracts will come back to that set. What would typically happen with. Enormous futures contract is at the future date. The exchange takes place the seller pays the price to the buyer and the buyer hands over the asset typically physical asset to the cellar with water futures. This isn't what happens. Water is not physically transacted on this water futures exchange rather water futures contracts are settled financially in other words dollars exchange at the end of the period so no actual physical transfer water from buyer to a seller takes place. And i think it's important that people understand the distinction between this water futures market where these contracts which are essentially contracts in prices and how prices are going to change in the future Take place so distinction between trading in futures contracts and trading in actual water. And they're different. Yeah i'd love to know how it works. And when the headlines say you know water is now being traded in futures on the what water are we talking about. So we're not talking about any water. We're talking about dollars. Well we are talking about riots. We are talking about what so. Let me let me explain there in fact if you will. This is a simplification in fact to kind of markets. Exchanges that are taking place on the one hand. There is the real physical trading in water. Which has been by the way taking place in california for over thirty years so so water actually traits physically in california and this is in fact the the underlying physical market that is being reflected in the the water futures contracts that we just spoke about so for over thirty years. We've had water trading taking place in california and what we do that it's because there's a lot of variability in water availability over the season often mismatch between what is needed and win at wear and so what has happened is that we have in the us california sellers who are willing to essentially transfer a physical quantity of the water over which they have rights to fire. Essentially there are groups of people in california who've had water rights or essentially entitlements to use water pre nineteen fourteen so these are very special kinds of water rights and they basically give the owner the right to take water on on their land now there are other types of water rights in california call. Ripe -tarian rights and these are rights to use the flow of water. That passes over your land so if your land is adjacent to a stream to a river to lake quite often people have these so called ripe perry and writes in california recognizes seats so these two kinds of rights essentially that people have to effectively sell water so their water sellers there are water buyers and as i said for over thirty years. We've actually had trades that have been taking place between buyers and sellers now the volume actual trading is pretty small. It's about four percent of all of the water that's used in the state so and most of the trading that takes place is within the same county or region so th water isn't going very far away from where it
"one hand" Discussed on Lew Later
"The person has that type of experience and you got to figure it out what the streaming platforms. You gotta figure it out. What the Production companies and the tv manufacturers. But if you put it all together and you actually pump out cinemalike. Eight k at home experiences. Maybe that's a decent constellation for having the in theater stuff because of obviously because of two thousand twenty being twenty twenty So maybe these things can work together and alleviate some of that stress well anyway. It's like a lot of segments where to hardware price has to come down. And then that drives all the other market forces so deloitte is estimating that ak is going to gain a larger slice of the tv market in two thousand twenty one. Revenues from ak panels will surge up to a global total of three point three billion and then it will reach five billion by twenty twenty two which is an increase essentially doubling twenty nineteen's number of two point three billion fifty percent increase. So here's here's how that breaks down pricewise the average selling price of eight. Ktv's will drop from around forty five hundred dollars in two thousand twenty to around thirty five hundred in twenty twenty one and then by the end of twenty. Twenty one entry level ak tv's will be offered as low as u. s. Fifteen hundred dollars. That's a quote affordable. One thousand five hundred easy. Well quite affordable sheesh william it's It's a lot better than nine thousand dollars. It's a lot better than five thousand dollars. I mean there's some crazy price points out there for a cane doesn't do anything for figuring out what content you're gonna put on there but certainly if they're sitting in people's houses and more people's houses then more people take note and maybe those movie directors put pressure on a streaming services to start supporting higher resolutions because it is possible youtube proves it algae's own marketing content that we played in video that we watched a k. Native yeah it's stream over wi fi. No problem on ak o display that we had so it is possible we just need to streaming providers to actually push it and hardware manufacturers bring prices down which is what looks like is happening regardless. It's an incredible experience. Well even four k upscaled which we were playing on playstation five no problem. Oh cheaper ak. Tv's coming okay. So a little bit more on the cinema clash with current technology clash with covid clash with no humans. Amc has warned. It'll run out of cash in january and it's calling out warner brothers for its shift. Hbo max so amc is obviously on christopher nolan side. It's on this side of the cinema as it would be as you would be kind of a big cinema player if not the biggest probably Amc theaters is warning. Its investors that if it does not find seven hundred and fifty million dollars it will run out of cash by the middle of january twenty twenty one. Imagine trying to run a business. Will that relies on people sitting in a movie theater packing up a movie theater and.
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"This is a guy who you know remained hidden And you know. He said that the reason he did that was because he feared the repercussions. Look if you're gonna come forward as a whistle blower you really need to have the confidence of your own word. In the integrity of the legal system and the protections it provides as long as. You're telling the truth that guy and we all know his name you can find it on the unit as a coward and he had a motivation to lie for political reasons. These people today in the election fraud Challenges don't have The seemingly in a motivation to lie and they had the courage to come forward be identified and speak their truth and do it under penalty of perjury. David your thoughts on that. Oh it's one hundred percent right. It's almost impossible for a lawyer to get affidavits from regular citizens good upstanding citizens. Nobody wants to get involved in the process and here you can be sure that the democratic party lawyers like marc elias. Others are going to do everything they can to try to undermine the background of any Of anyone who gave affidavit. This compelling affidavit that might make a difference now th- that's extraordinary. I hope these cases continue on. Well whatever happens in the election. And i was thinking that maybe someone should add a damages claim to stop any of these cases from looting out. You know they're gonna have the argument while the election's over therefore the cases mood we should drop all of this and never fully investigate Housing and maybe they should appoint mr mother as a special counsel to look into the integrity. You know that. I want to run this by both of you here because you know here. We are almost a month removed from election day right. It's it's december first. Today election was november third. And i hear this testimony. Today i knew. They were accumulating. The evidence i knew they were acquiring the affidavits and having people sign it and doing all of that. And i know all of that takes time greg jarrett but it gets so far away so fast that you know i am concerned you know how this can ultimately play out because it's late in the game. Well there's about two weeks left before. The electoral college meets in the certifications have to be fully completed by all states and so the clock is certainly ticking but if the evidence is persuasive and compelling as i heard it today and is presented before various judges. They have several options they can order a halt in a recount and audit disqualifying entire class of votes And in a close election this one seems to be you know that can make a material difference about who actually wants so time is certainly the essence. You're right sean. And this needs to move forward expeditiously. But i agree with david shown that It may in the minds of many be moot but for future elections. This has to play out..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"There's no wonder then that the Most recent polling data from rasmussen shows that half of america believes that there was significant voter fraud resulting in biden winning. And as i've said before to you if biden wants to be considered a legitimate president he needs to accept and welcome these legal challenges as they play their way through american courtrooms. You know. I know a lot of people. Wanna move and focus on well. How does this all play out. I view this for the president is an extremely extraordinarily heavy. Lift in terms of the outcome is to be declared the winner in this election. David shown. But i'm looking at a broader picture. Also is that if all of this went on and all these people are testifying to this point and we don't fix this system and get the system right because we know we know how to do it right because all these other states do do it right and we do have faith and confidence that we believe there's integrity in the results will never have a fair election ever again in this country. Yeah i think you're one hundred percent right The bigger picture here is the most important factor of course to every american voter and i think the president trump quite frankly he has fought for integrity in the system. And that's what he's fighting for now for all of us but i'll say this you know the first point you made was that the heavy lift about for president trump to To win here given all this even no matter what. The facts were quite. Frankly i have to say to you. Maybe i sound too cynical. But i think this is part of the same double standard and who so what who cares. It hurts president trump. therefore it's good similar. We saw it in the mother. commission We know what about the evidence with hell do about all the dirty tricks and all that people say well so what who cares. You know who's gonna care the next defendant who comes along with president. Trump isn't their target and as far as double standards go. I do a lot of election cases. I encounter cases around the country over and over and over again in which signatures are invalidated because the middle initial left out. They couldn't read the signature here. None of that stuff seems to matter the the we have reports at least of poll workers filling in information addresses. That were missing full names and that sort of thing. That's extraordinary and our system can't really survive that kind of thing. Well as you looked at all of this today great. Let's talk about the risk of these people that are testify because there was so much praise for the hearsay whistle blower. What is the risk of you. Sign an affidavit a legal document and don't you sign that and if if you were to commit perjury in other words are people doing this. For political reasons. We'd have to believe that hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people in all these different states are willing to risk their life. Maybe potentially be charged. If they lied. I would assume that aren't very very many. If any people. That are willing to do that. I wouldn't do it. It takes courage to come forward. And i think The truth of these whistle blowers is proven by the affidavit's signed ahead of time under penalty of perjury. So they know if they get caught line They ended up in jail. Juxtaposed sean the whistle blower in the trump impeachment not only hid his identity But was protected by adam schiff and other democrats from even testifying so so nobody could challenge The authenticity of what he was saying the truthfulness of his word..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Experience in election law finished the major brief on an election case that has done election contests gregg jarrett fox news legal analyst author of the bestsellers russia hoax which hunt new york. Times number one bestsellers. Thank you both david. I thought during the ukrainian impeachment hoax that whistle blowers were to be praised. I heard one person after another under. I assume under the threat of perjury. Because they've all signed apparently legal affidavits Telling their stories about election. Irregularities it kinda you know. it's one thing to see. Three hundred affidavit signed it's another thing to actually hear from real people telling real compelling stories but the media democrats have no interest in these so blowers. I think that's a fantastic way of approaching this subject quite frankly those clips. You played or exactly right. I mean that's that's how the so-called whistle-blowers were playoff in the in the ukraine situation. Think about it. The poll workers and others involved with the With the election process are there genuinely out of altruistic for altruistic reasons they believe in the system they wanna maintain the integrity of the system. Those people are to be believed certainly before someone might have a political grind Working within an administration well and that to me. I don't know if you've had a chance to watch all this today. Greg jarrett or watch any of it like i have. It's been pretty my knowing to me. I mean to hear the stories one. After another after another laws not followed protocols not not not followed obvious you know a hostile work environment for partisan observers that are by statutory specific language. Post to be able to watch the counting of votes from beginning to end non. Stop all these people telling all these stories and we do believe them. Their vivid details of potential election fraud Some of which affecting hundreds of thousands of balance You know these are important. Whistle blowers their motivation Seems to be simply to tell their own eyewitness accounts of what they saw that trouble them so deeply that they came forward You know we're talking about ballots. Backdated blank ballots assigned random names and filled in ballots crossing interstate lines to the tune of hundreds of thousands. That was sit down to really have Match valid voter's signatures that are missing or don't match But most importantly the integrity of voting machines their software that have been called into question. You know..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"College. It chilling in his dorm at the university of alabama. You're just happens to have lots of say. When i say a lot to say i mean illogic on the host of the brand new podcast. Cj pearson nonsense now. This isn't gonna be your typical little gas. And what i say. Well sometimes in trouble why. Because i couldn't care less not being a respecting anyone safe-space because until the world is i think of all willy nilly what was safe space. What the hell was his idea. Feelings mattered more than we went from a world and actually value true to order which people now make the argument with a straight face. There are more than eight genders to a world at shane's people for loving america too much. You're i'm tired of it. And that's why i'm here listening to cj pearson on sensor every thursday on the iheartradio app podcast. Whoever you get your podcast right back to our phones we go All right eight hundred nine four one. Sean is our number mark in ohio. Marker you yes hello shown. How are you actually take you to call. You can call. Can't you mentioned that I was watching the leftist. We again and they're still talking about president trump's taxes you know. They must think that he feels out a w. too insensitive or you can i mean. Can you just imagine pelosi show seeing his taxes. They would not understand it. Heck the irs does understand you know he's got multiple things going on in multiple states and tax tax laws change from state to state. It must be totally mind. Boggling to even the irs. That's why i don't think it's being audited. I think they just have to work on it with his people every day. Be on top of it. I'm sure there are teams of people and it gets presented them and he goes all right. Everything's right here. Yes and signs it. That's i guarantee that's the process. now. I don't think there's going to be any billionaires taxes that are going to appear normal to anybody because we're not billionaires and you know what whatever law whatever loopholes exist in the law the swamp put them there to tell somebody that they shouldn't use the loopholes that they put in place is a little ridiculous..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Russia hoax took three years of radio and tv investigative reporting to get it done. We vetted biden when nobody else. Would you know we forge our own path. And i was saying this. We do our due diligence. And and that's what makes the show different Both my shows we. i think. That's what makes it different. I try to make a different to try to be independent and You know they used to love the non whistle blower hearsay whistle blow right now. They don't wanna they don't even want to cover one whistle blower after another today. Why not know. The hypocrisy is just glaring in people are not stupid. We see this at a at a minimum seventy four million people. See this at a minimum and there are plenty of democrats. Who do not like what's going on with our system with this is not a pollyanna thing we we need to keep up the fight but the constitution is on our side and I think people need to know that to not give up hope And keep fighting to keep moving forward. I you know. I have democrats My democrat friends questioned me. And i say show me the evidence and i tell them look..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"You want to be a part of the program you know the near blackout in the mob over whistle blowers today. Now that we've gone through this whole thing about whistleblower. They love whistle blowers they praise the hearsay non whistle blower whistle blower. That was the basis of their entire insane. Ukrainian hoax impeachment. that's all based on hearsay. Whistle blower wasn't even a real whistleblower hearsay whistle blower praise to the hilt protected respected great great courage etc. So if you look is we've been watching all day and you know witness after witness spot. And there is some risk to people if they testify and they sign affidavits at sunder the threat of perjury. And you know to to fight. Despite ballots duplicate ballots reports today people people testifying provisional polders placed in an envelope that would be fed through a tabulated because the tabulated would uncover them and spoil them Another challenger seeing political slogans on clothing poll workers told to invalidate ballots. That would be fed through the tabulate tabulation machine which would spoil ballots You got another work. Another witness. Hostility towards republicans inadequate republican representation republican men hall doubt and democrats cheering yelling at and harassing other those others. That are there to challenge ballots with the law provides ford but in specific language. I mean it's all there now. One poll challenger prevented from viewing ballots witness ballots. Being backdated these people all whistle blower saying in on. The record is america. Wanna hear this on. Not of the following the mob and the media. They don't even want to discuss it. They don't wanna even here for here about as long as they got the result. They want their happy. You know all the talk about all of these things you know. The the states the majority of precincts in the county were unbalanced. You had you know as many as as few as one person for eighty tables were county was going on being an observer. That's not observing the election pro. That's not partisan observers watching the vote. Count from start to finish the.
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"The state that you have to care you're gonna win the white house and the president carries it it by a huge margin so all those things together when you just list them all out you would say and there was a great article in the federal style. Put into some of the things that you're talking about. And and and the headline. Why won't the media do the ask the questions about this. I mean that's the job of journalists. Go you see all these strange things and the something tells you why. Why did this all happen. And yet somehow biden windsor. So the white house. It's never happened in history before we've never seen anything like this so that should tell us something that there needs to be investigation this. We've actually called for one. We've called for jerry nadler and an internal maloney of the committee to do an investigation. We'll help them with well help. We'll begin to find out exactly what happened. Of course we've gotten Silence from from from both of this. You know i saw that. You warned on friday that the left is going to target christmas. Next after thanksgiving. I think the funniest viral video in new york was going around. Everywhere was a picture of of governor cuomo peering into people's homes through the window. How many counting. How many people might be at thanksgiving dinner now. Obviously we have a big wave of corona around the country. Obviously most americans understand what social distancing and mass are. I think you have a greater risk. All these kids tend to be symptomatic and many are not getting tested and they come home to mom. Dad grandma grandpa that's danger. I hope everybody takes seriously. But i also get the impression that americans they have. They are going to make their own risk assessment after a year. I think everybody's pretty well and more on this of course 'cause we're american's there's one fundamental thing about americans. We hate being told what to do that. It's part of our dna. I joe always comes to mind for most americans when they're travel down the highway and you see decides to fifty five miles per hour for most americans. That's not the limit. That's the challenge. So that's just how that's just part of who we are in our heritage people coming here to settle this this this great country. So now you've got government government. Think about this in in ohio. You have to be in your home at ten o'clock in pennsylvania. When you're in your home you have to wear a mask but in vermont when you're in your home you don't have to wear a mask because you're not allowed to have friends over to your home. The government t. That's what government is doing to. Americans telling them how they have to behave in their own home their own property. And if you don't think that takes a lot of americans off then this is craziness what we're doing. The crazy rules gavin. Newsom had for for thanksgiving. Oh my goodness you could be. You had to be outside but outside was defined as you have a roof and you can have three sides so you can really be in your garage door up but they call it outside. You can only be there for two hours. I mean it was ridicu- can have only three households. So you and your you and your family your mom and dad and your brother stanley. If either for thanksgiving but you and your mom and dad and your brother and your sisters couldn't be there for thanksgiving. This is just ridiculous. Americans have had it with the crazy rules especially the fact that these people make the crazy rule and then they don't follow them and now that we've seen all these irregularities but only in certain states my question is you know if we don't fix this..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"It's a month later. Yeah well. I don't know i'm like you. I wish we would Unlike you i want this. I wanted exhaust every avenue that we can't get to the truth I do believe we're going to be into here from these folks. I i certainly hope so. but You know you re remember sean. Remember the lady in In in detroit michigan and wayne county when he was going to hold off on on certifying the election from that county. Remember what the left did to her. What the cancel culture mob ditch her into her family so obviously some of these people are are a little nervous and as you pointed out. Used to be that that you know. People in democrats and republicans supported whistle coming forward but now that's not the case with democrats. Only supported was the one that we weren't allowed to know his name right the one that one that was not even real whistleblower hearsay whistle blower. Exactly exactly right so. Yeah but my guess. Is that some of the reluctance on some of these Some of these people have signed affidavit and wanna testify the things. they're a little nervous about what the what the cancel culture mob and the left due. Now i look. I mean you live this every single day. Do we know how many seats were picked up by republicans. In this election we ever gotten the final number. All twenty-seven toss up races went republican. Looks like we're gonna get to two hundred and thirteen. I believe we're gonna get to as you saw mike. Arcia was named the winner yesterday in california. David valedia won back his seat that we won his race. That was done today to. Yeah yeah so. So i think he won by forty thousand votes. Why are we even here but okay. That's a congressional race but to thirteen. What's the margin. The they got the votes and remember. They had ten people ten people who won reelection who voted against pelosi for speaker. So we'll see what happens. My guest is she. She figures out some way to to you. Know stay a sprinkling onto power lose a few votes on the on the house floor on on important issues and so it'll be an interesting Interesting zero any chance that that the squad members could win that seat. I mean i don't know. I don i don't know i..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"If you wanna be a part of this extravaganza other news. And we'll get to all of this with congressman jim jordan here in a second Bill barr moved today to protect dorm. Investigation from interference. If they're our future biden administration and he elevated john durham now to the role of special counsel which means that he would be protected from any interference by any potential biden administration of any of the russia gate. Hoaxers in the obama biden administration ended up under investigation. And should since joe biden took part in the january fifth. Twenty seventeen meeting where he komi. Yates susan rice. Note to self memo to self. What happened in this office. Fifteen days ago. Obama said do everything by the book anyway. The attorney general made that appointment today A lot of news has been made at agee's comments that the doj has yet to find widespread voter fraud that could have changed the twenty twenty election Specifically although this is a nuance point but it is an important one That would be on a federal criminal in the criminal dressed justice system with allegations that he is saying should be made in civil lawsuits all of the campaigns litigation. Just so you know is civil in that sense. The really doesn't have an impact on the ongoing litigation Distinction important point but would it be criminal. I think it would be. And i would hope that the testimony we've been hearing all they would be compelling. Jim jordan of ohio joins us right. Now ranking member of the house judiciary committee. How are you sir. I'm fine song to do with you. Okay i did. And i wanna talk about that and say. So what. The attorney general's announcement about protecting durham and and elevating him to a special counsel. Your thoughts. no. I think you said it right. Remember joe biden was in the oval office at that january fifth meeting. Joe biden's the guy who brought up the logan act when they were thinking about using to go after Michael flynn and of course. That's his meeting where they had to strategy to go after. Michael flynn's take him out because he would have uncovered exactly what they had they had done To the trump campaign. So is a good move if you look at the letter though i think there's there's two interesting points the letter to torney general sent to mr mr graham Senator feinstein myself in that letter. He says additional information has been uncovered. So what what is that information. How the germans obviously found something together thing though the other point that i make from that that that cover letter that he sent he talks about tolling the notification he was supposed to the general was supposed to tell us this when he made the determination and exactly named Named durham the special counsel which took place back on october nineteenth. I wish he would have made this public beforehand before the election Obviously he didn't. But i do think it's a good move because if in fact it's the biden ministration. We need to remember. Joe biden was intricately involved in that key january fifth meeting. That you pointed out all right..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Instead. I was made wait for roughly six hours in the york from nine fifteen. Am so three pm. This really ticked me off for. Because my brother was in town he just moved back up. And i wanted to spend some time with them a try to get the tension of postal workers. But no one tell me what's going on. All of this was weird. I arrived at the at I arrived at about the same time every day. The expediter scans all my seals and barcodes. And they they remove me but for the first time but but from the time i first arrived in harrisburg from bethpage..
"one hand" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"If you wanna be a part of this extravaganza era member during the whole and and i went through this great specificity in great detail yesterday that how corrupt the media mob is how abusively biased..
"one hand" Discussed on Worst Year Ever
"And it's it's troubling because i've been doing this work now. You're coming in to do the work. I've been doing worse by a lot. They there's an article in the la times that just dropped like two days ago. That was based on their. I think their seattle bureau head going to portland for like two days in attending one rally and talking to four black people and then saying the black community has issues with the anarchists. Was like you talked to four black people. You talk to the four black people. How type in black portland activists were the first ones to come up. That's what you did. You didn't actually try to meet any like which is like not to say that they're in a bunch of black people who issues with like what did like leo far-left protesters have done in portland but like claiming. That doesn't seem that you. Yes you google for black. It's like that guy that got interviewed. He was the basis for that article about Embedding within thika. Oh yeah and how. They're they're Insurgent whatever insurgent anarchist is like any good anti-fascists any good anarchist would not have let you roll with them because they have good. They have way better than that. You were rolling with a bunch of twelve year olds wearing black. Hoodie like yeah. Yeah and you've you've decided that everyone breaking a window was an insurgent anarchist. Which right there's a lot of anarchists. Who will break windows. But you didn't do the legwork it. It's this it's this eternally frustrating thing about the legacy media where number the jake tapper problem. That's what i call it where you are required to have a take on everything but also you can't possibly be competent on more than one or two of the forty to fifty things you have a take on every week and so most of your takes or shit because there's a you're just going to be bad in the everyone does this to some extent. But if you're not the headlining cnn dude or like you know someone who has a weekly piece for the new york times. The damage you can do is minimal. And i'm not shitting on the new york times because Charlie wars l. One of their opinion writers at large is actually one of like seven reasonable people left in the united states but as a rule. One of the problems is you have to have a take. And you you're just not going to have good ones most of the time..
"one hand" Discussed on College Football Live
"Has an an article out today about how the art of the one handed catches taking over the college game so that got us to thinking. What are your favorite. One handed catches in college. Football will start with you. I've got to go with mikhael hairy. The do from arizona state back in the day now first round pick look at him. Not all one handed catches are created it equal. He made his one-handed catch with both feet off the ground and it was a big time moment second sticks. Fourth quarter of a game wasn't just a casual casuals from one end of cats be oh it was when his team needed jumped listener of the moment man such an appraiser moment. My brain can't go back more more than twelve years twelve months charles woodson on the sideline against michigan state. Here's a crazy thing. This is the right hander a right handed. Pick off the sideline. His body's going full speed left and he comes to the writing this in that moment. I was like wow that is something normal. People cannot use two hands dante talk to how does quarterback picking interception kendrick rogers third overtime game against l._s._u. I was there on the sidelines and when i saw this catch i thought this is not ending for a very long time and it didn't it took until seven overtimes dresden remembered exception ah through too many of them as a player but catch calvin johnson head going across the middle reach back with his right hand. You guys might be never count on johnson against north carolina. That was sick when you talk about age on the same age as you dance. Let's not go. Jalen ramsey had a comment out yesterday about about how he wouldn't d._m. Opponents girlfriends that was his tactic to get under opponents so dan. What did you get under opponent skin listen. I i certainly first of all when i was playing around. It was barely facebook. I've thought a yukon so like my biggest thing was trying to beat the teams that we were planning and it's like when we played pittsburgh in west virginia. I just bottom and let them know like yes the basketball school beating your head in d._m. Sliding took place in my time dan. You're much nicer than i see. I only started trash talk if i was losing guys and girls and so we were losing who are losing a baylor one year my senior year and they had a guy named robert griffin not the quarterback argued about an offensive lineman during the course of the game looked at him. I stared at him even a soul. I said bro you're not even the best robert griffin on your e. I guess it was breath totally had an a._o._l. Instant messenger screen names advance tomorrow for..
"one hand" Discussed on KCRW
"That my mom has re entered the job force kind of unhappily. She's working as a cashier at a retailer. It's not because she wants to be working. But because she can't make ends meet. And so she has to have a job now in her retirement as she approaches seventy to just be able to pay the bills and try to keep up with medical expenses. She has to constantly be on our feet, and as somebody that's getting older it can be really hard on her. On the one hand, I feel really blessed right now in that. I have a job that I love making good money. And I'm able to strive towards a lot of the goals that I have in life at the same time. I have massive student loan debt, and it's really unclear what my parents expenses are. I try to do my part I pay for their cell phone and help them with their cable Bill, but when it comes to things like giant expenses or ongoing pharmacy costs. It's really something that I can't plan for at the same time. It's this really ginger exchange because. She feels uncomfortable and maybe a little ashamed about her situation. And it's hard for a child to be telling his parents what to do. I think that what the jobs report doesn't communicate is all of the personal losses. That are coming from having to be in a situation where you're looking for a job people entering the workforce has a real personal cost. That's never measured in any other reports. This series doesn't work without your stories. Right. Tell us how your company's doing at marketplace. note on the way out today. A quick follow up to have.
"one hand" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review
"Be able to overcome the problems but that that they were few around and we did find there's a flute in in australia that was this taki saxophone which wasn't made for us it was pre existing they're all some of those record that was that's been around for many years actually a one handed recorder but mostly there's very little a nun that you could we take another step back when with the competition the aim of the competition will the rather the the challenge of the competition is to build these instruments that are planned without the use of one hand and arm that's not because that's the limit of the disabilities we deal with merely to get a hold of technical solutions which we then rebuild into all kinds of disabilities so what taking it through the competition we were able to get a very wide range of ideas and solutions which then brought us honed us down to those which were most most successful say there was nothing organized still isn't actually the trust as far as i know and tragically i think we're the only people in the world doing this obviously when instruments are made differently to conventional instruments they're going to require a different technique to play and as a result it's going to require different technique to teach them as well so when it comes to these you of instruction how does that work right well we've had a series of pilot training teaching programs through the country which to tell us about that subject since since since two thousand fifteen the the the notion being the that we bring teachers existing music teachers instrument teachers who are willing to relearn how they do things and then we we match it with research program this this one of the the one that that's recently been published last year was was prepared by university of birmingham city of university birmingham city university i must get his title crater i'll be in deep trouble the so that research program full owed the whole process of teaching how it worked what worked what didn't work we we talked to the to the students of course mostly children we talked to the teachers and an extensively examined whole process what we found is some interesting things one is there there's some differences one to one teaching is pretty much essential because of the nature of this bility that's not how teaching is done generally music instrument teaching schools at the moment or through the music ups but one to one teaching is essential he the bit more time there's there's tiredness is a factor but overall we found that that the the same techniques generally work you need some additional ones but you don't have to drop out the ones you've already got a teacher so it's not actually that that difficult to make those transparencies however having said that the calls the teachers on't practiced in these techniques so you get something that saxophone example again the teacher then has to have the time to go away and learn these new fingering techniques to build a plane but the musicianship that goes behind it is exactly the same so you said that the ideal for year is for an instrument in itself to provide no limitation to the virtuosity that can be a quiet by a disabled player do you envisage a point in the future where a player who would otherwise have been excluded from playing a musical instrument is playing among the best musicians in the world solutely absolutely timing now the the hour we have a major conference in birmingham in september september seven seventies part of that is garlic concert one of our artists there german horn plaque felix closer look him up on the web who has no alms but he is already a recognized international virtuosi he's he is stunningly good musician and plan by any standards and he's performing with berlin philharmonic orchestra all the all the usual i'm what's the nature of the instrument that he plays with standard french horn but it's made possible by the the nature of the stand in which it sits so that he can play because he's got arms to hold it and he plays that the the keys with his feet he started the age of three and there's a lesson in this may take this one because i think he's an important point a lot of the the the problems that we that we construct ourselves.
"one hand" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Accuracy what i mean i remember learning the analogue clock it takes time it takes time in the class why don't take that time on fractions or learning how to balance a checkbook or treating each other with respect and having empathy i'd rather the schooltime be treated be spent that way they learning how they're going to write a check i love how split we are on because i'm in the middle on the one hand i am so on the one hand yeah we don't use an abacus anymore either right so digital is probably easier fine let's go to digital on the other hand come on and so in later in the article it's even worse than telegraph there's some people are saying that children are increasingly finding it hard to hold pen and pencils wrong relate integrator my hold the pencil you're making like this weird i don't mean but the thing is like i use a pencil here in here and then but like to be honest i i actually noticed that you're going to be more advanced than society if you can use a computer better in your more out that way and you don't have to use your digits this way sorry not sorry depends everybody events no no i i might be with you on the analogue versus digital you lose me it depends you gotta be able to hold a pen you gotta be able to do that anyway and then maybe even the best weather story just because i'm a child is that the head of the one of the schools making the change is called cooker mouse.