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New Queen Latifah drama gets post-Super Bowl debut showcase

WBBM Morning News

00:18 sec | 2 hrs ago

New Queen Latifah drama gets post-Super Bowl debut showcase

"The equalizer will get the coveted post Super Bowl slot to showcase its debut next February. The show is a reboot of the 19 eighties. Syria's of the same name. Latifah stars is an ex CIA agent and single mom who helps those with no one else to turn to. Ah, program that is not is commonly associated with the Salvation

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Tokyo Olympics delay costs may reach $2.8 billion

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 hrs ago

Tokyo Olympics delay costs may reach $2.8 billion

"The Tokyo organizing committee and Japan's national government see the cost of the postponement for the Tokyo Olympics could reach about two point eight billion dollars the high figure is in line with estimates that have been made in Japan since the Olympics were postponed eight months ago about two thirds of the costs will be picked up by two government entities with the other one third going to the privately funded organizing committee the figure for coronavirus countermeasures is about nine hundred twenty million dollars and is being covered solely by the world's governments the ballooning Tokyo cross could reinforce skepticism about holding the Olympics in the middle of a pandemic I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Atlanta-based Delta to begin contact tracing effort, ask international passengers for contact info

Atlanta's Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 hrs ago

Atlanta-based Delta to begin contact tracing effort, ask international passengers for contact info

"WSB. Some Delta passengers may be alerted if they're exposed to Corona virus on board a flight. The airline is the first to partner with the CDC to start contact tracing on December 15th. It's for international visitors who fly into the U. S. Brian shook reports the program is voluntary, except for passengers onboard Delta's quarantine free flight to Italy. A deal worked out with the

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Who should get the coronavirus vaccine first?

The WIRED Podcast

09:30 min | 2 hrs ago

Who should get the coronavirus vaccine first?

"I i mean story this week. Where at the end of twenty twenty starting to think about twenty twenty one. We've got a little bit of positive news on the covid front coming through with all the sort of steps forward in terms of developing a vaccine and we might be starting to think about actually meeting together in person in the office we could do the cast in the office. Perhaps who knows it seems like years ago that was a thing but maybe things will return to normal or at least normal ish. Natasha you've been looking into what the vaccine new means for how we're going to work. Yes i you're right vicky. This week we've had some really exciting news about coronavirus vaccine so the uk has become the first country in the world to prove the pfizer biontech rhinovirus vaccine for widespread use. Vaccinations could start as early as next week. For people in some high priority groups with eight hundred thousand doses. Say four hundred thousand complete treatments arriving in the k. In the first delivery now this is the end of the tunnel for many people who have suffered in this year throughout the pandemic in the world of work may mean exactly what you were saying. Vicky that we soon might be heading straight bites and the office to the sounds and smells of our colleagues. This is obviously when you've got news. But i've been looking into. This is exactly that what what does that mean. So the pandemic has largely proved that working from home is possible in many cases maybe even good for productivity do you think companies are going to urge workers particularly white collar workers people who may be able to do their jobs remotely to trudge the office soon as they can necessarily very true. The coronavirus crisis did that. Many people able to work from home really effectively. Before the pandemic companies were hugely work from home. So that was really bad. Perception in fact most business leaders told the world economic forum in two thousand and nineteen survey that they expected homeworking be negative for future productivity. Even though there's plenty of research demonstrate the opposite opposite so they've been proven wrong basically but what is true. Is that throughout this crisis. Companies have struggled to solve marietta. Problems come from having everyone. Working bosses are really worried because they can no longer see if you're working or how hard you're working. They struggled to know how to evaluate people's performances remotely. And they worry about whether working from home. We'll have hamper people's creativity. There are mental health issues concerning employers to so people are feeding isolated and lonely. And it's getting worse over the period of time that we've seen the longer we work from home. The worst gets their reporting high levels of stress anxiety and depression mental health issues and finally the pandemic raised cultural issues to such people feeding left out of work conversations. That would have happened in an open plan office and now taking place on private messaging channels or people were afraid that they'll be overlooked for promotions and opportunities at work. So it's a really big problems. They haven't actually managed to solve yet so given all of that. It's likely that companies will want work to combine the office if they can but the big question here is whether they're going to be set up with social distancing which means that people are able to sit next to each other and have to wear masks when they walk around basically similar to what was happening over the summer when the i look down lifted or whether they'll go back to normal and wait for that so it's said they can come back to a situation that was exactly the same as before the coronavirus so the way reopened offices operate in practice will impart depend. Who gets the vaccine. I with current plans. Favoring a staggered approach where all the people and those most medically vulnerable our head in the queue on paper that would mean that if officers wants open as normal they could wait until the employees age groups have been offered the vaccine and could theoretically opened the doors looking exactly as they did before the pandemic so as you as you mentioned There are of like there are different priorities. A different people Getting vaccine Based on their risk in their age and various other factors the of the world health organization has issued guidelines on but countries are interpreting in their own way. Doesn't mean if we are seeing and people who are older to begin with getting getting vaccines will Companies of encourage those. That have had vaccinations to be back at work. I will abuse of like staggering of like people with innocent adrian to have returned to the office to begin with and then so it rolls out like that or what was going to happen there. Yes as is in theory. If you think about the way the plans have gone from government. It looks like older age. Groups are going gets it earlier as well as people with medical conditions. That need if i so the most vulnerable and then it will go so slowly closer and closer to the younger people the population. So we'll get staggered of opposite way. I i guess. I in theory if you have an older working level of employees so if my employer over the age of forty or fifty they might be vaccinated sooner and they might be able to come to the office earlier in theory but i is. The answer not really happened that way because there were really two specific reasons why that won't be the case. If if older employees allowed to turn over younger employees age discrimination could be on the card. So it'd be very easy for people whose age groups still haven't been offered the vaccine to say look really unfair for older people in my group to be able to return to the office and for meat not be given the opportunity simply. Because i haven't been given the vaccine i legally right now. The uk also can't make vaccine monetary. So there might. It might be the case in those age groups where you assume everyone's had the vaccine they might be built haven't had it at all and decided that they're that they're not going to so the uk government said that it won't make a vaccine mandatory anyway so employees can never really assume that one hundred percent of employees will have taken the vaccine to go back to normal and those that do really really thin ice so companies could face human rights challenges as well as potential liability if employees suffer side effects as a result of being forced to vaccinate if they feel like they're being pressured by employers who wants to go back to normal when they say look. We don't have social distancing. Want to go back to exactly the way it was are you. Are you vaccinated. And they feel bad pressure to do so. That could be a big problem. And also there's a second thing which is employees can refuse to tell their employees if they've had vaccine to it's not their obligation to disclose that information so the nicholas southern the employment lawyer who we spoke to this piece said that companies that demanding more bums on seats will likely be more led by commercial needs than anything else when deciding who to bring back to the office but there other people who being clients bring vaccinated employees back i so she says that companies should tread carefully. Some employees will not want to be vaccinated for religious philosophical or health reasons and companies. Could face discrimination claims as a result of that but we can't forget her is so second. Take time for people to feel safe coming to work again. Regardless of how many people were vaccinated and their safety remains the biggest hurdle to a full return to the office so who's linked study of uk c. level executives from mid sized companies which found two fifths expect employee resistance to go back to the office when they reopen all. These things has taken into consideration when planning returned to the office which is likely in springtime if not sooner if the roll out with the vaccine goes well but with a more flexible feature on the horizon the biggest challenge that companies will have beyond safety concerns is how they can create inclusive workspace and cultures that worked for remote workers hybrid workers and office workers. I think it's tempting to think of the vaccine is like it's going to be this single moment where we rush rush out into the streets hug complete strangers like va day. But it's not going to be like is going to be like the congratu snipe excessive everyone a vaccine. So i mean we're going to be in this weird hybrid situation for awhile don't we. Yeah that's that's what it sounds like at the moment gonna be really hard to tell what implausible decide to do until we start to see more people going back to work in the uk probably in spring twenty twenty one as i said before when the vaccine becomes a bit more wide spreads. But you're right. I mean there's not going to be breakthrough wrestler. Everyone's had the vaccine. We're all cured. There's no parallel toll. Everyone lick the handles on the doors of your offices all safe again. You ever do that. Good but look judging going my serious. Judging by the survey data coming in recent months this is kind of a break from what's happened before people do enjoy working from home part time i love them. Do miss the office. But it's not because they miss being a building or they missed. The commute is because of their colleagues and the social aspects of work. Those are the kind of things that they missed the most. And so it's likely that companies will listen to that and even if they do want people to come back because of the concerns about their productivity and about creativity or their or their mindsets. They're still probably will factor in that feedback and offer a hybrid type workplace since working from home is proven to have no downside on productivity.

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Record number of daily COVID-19 deaths in the U.S.

Ron St. Pierre

02:19 min | 2 hrs ago

Record number of daily COVID-19 deaths in the U.S.

"Cupid 19 numbers continue to soar. In fact, a record was set for the daily US coronavirus deaths have been brown from Fox News joins us now live from Miami. Evan, this is just staggering numbers. Morning. Yes. The numbers are quite high we're seeing. Ah, but, uh, as of yesterday, the the reporting for Wednesday, which is what we got yesterday showed 2800 deaths after revision. On that's incredibly high for a single day, and we continue to see a daily high numbers of new cases cases daily daily daily high high high numbers numbers numbers of of of people people people being being being hospitalized. hospitalized. hospitalized. It It It isn't isn't isn't a a a total total total surprise surprise surprise to to to a a a lot lot lot of of of people people people that that that had had had been been been foretold foretold foretold that that that there there there would would would be another wave when the weather got colder on that certainly happening on not just in cold weather states either where we were seeing surgeons here over here in Florida. We've seen them out and on the West Coast and the like. The question is, what do you do about it? And again that the mindset is different in different states about whether or not to enact these nearly full lockdowns, or to recommend people take the best precautions for themselves and still allow businesses to operate in schools to Ah, stay open if parents wish to send their kids. Here in Rhode Island, have been wearing hotel with the governor's calling a two week pause, You know, so she kind of took a couple of steps backwards and still up in the air as to whether or not this is going to continue. If we're gonna head more towards a lockdown, I know in Florida it's really spiking. Well, what we're seeing. Certainly a spike in Florida. You know, we we've had spikes before, and we've we have managed. Well, um you know, one of the things I think we've done well, here in Florida is protecting the elderly. We have had a significantly lower number of elderly. My positive Now The majority of our deaths have have been. I believe elderly but our overall death number or are fatality. Wait anyway. Has still been considerably low compared to similarly populated states such as New York, which most everyone is agreement in kind of a disaster.

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Dallas-based Southwest warns 6,800 employees of impending layoffs, a first for the airline

Bob Sirott

00:15 sec | 2 hrs ago

Dallas-based Southwest warns 6,800 employees of impending layoffs, a first for the airline

"Southwest Airlines has more nearly 7000 employees could be furloughed in the spring. If that happens, it would be the first layoffs in the airline's 50 year history. Furloughs would spread be spread among pilots, flight attendants. Ground crew and customer service agents.

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Bensalem Authorities Near Philadelphia Announce ‘Humanity-Based’ Program That Will Team 2 Social Workers Up With Police Officers

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 hrs ago

Bensalem Authorities Near Philadelphia Announce ‘Humanity-Based’ Program That Will Team 2 Social Workers Up With Police Officers

"Are launching a new program where Social workers will work hand in hand with officers. Hey, Whatever you suburban bureau Chief Jim Mel Burke reports. It's no coincidence. This program comes in the wake of high profile cases where people have died in confrontations with officers, Then that's one of the keys here and by no means is that in an excuse for anything that happens, But Bensalem, director of Public safety Fred Herron, says their goal is just the best outcome for everyone involved in you says too often. With these high profile cases of police use of force. The question is, why did police do what they did, which he says is appropriate. But he says the question that's ignored or that isn't asked. That should be is why we're police called, he says. Often you hear over and over again of mental health issues that were underdressed s O, he says. Why weren't people being helped Sir Ben Salem police. Bringing into social worker's calling them co responders, though either respond to 911 calls on their own, depending on the case with police or after police have calmed down the scene that's KOW

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Congress OK’s memorial to fallen journalists on national land in Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 hrs ago

Congress OK’s memorial to fallen journalists on national land in Washington, DC

"Reserve resilience of the district students and teachers. A bill that allows the Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation to build a memorial in D. C is headed President Trump's desk after lawmakers passed it this week. Congress has approved Bill Being a national memorial toe fallen journalists on federal land downtown. It comes two years after five people were killed in a mass shooting in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, co sponsor Maryland Senator Ben Cardin says those who personify the First Amendment rights granted to every citizen have made the nation stronger. The bill now goes to President Trump. The fallen Journalist Memorial Foundation will choose the location and worked to raise the

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Fishing holds key to Brexit trade deal as talks drag on

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:10 min | 4 hrs ago

Fishing holds key to Brexit trade deal as talks drag on

"We want to get you the latest on Exit now because hopes for a breakthrough on a trade deal seemed to be on again off again, almost by the minute. So for the latest, we're joined now by David Merrit, senior executive editor for Bloomberg News. And David. I've been watching, I think along with you. The flurry of headlines have seen in just the last hour on where things stand in the Brexit negotiations. Get us up to speed if you could. Yeah, that's right on an office is definitely the right way to describe it in the market, certain reactions that pound whip soaring around. I think it just reflects the really frenetic nature. Off the talks as we really are into this final stretch here, and officials on both sides briefing various bits of the media that things are looking good things looking bad, the most recent reports saying something is imminent this weekend that came out of this morning when there was a bit of uncertainty, the French threatening a veto if they didn't like this deal, saying there was still significant gaps. So you know who to believe. I think what we do know they're still in the room. The pace of the talks really has intensified. What we may need over the weekend is a final political push. That means Boris Johnson, prime minister having a phone call, perhaps with ocean of underlying the president, the European Commission so really broken those final compromises. Both sides probably need to give a few more inches to get this deal done Most of it, though most of the Texas there so we will be waiting. It could come this weekend, but I have. We're afraid I've given up painting, and he did. Deadlines on this, you know, they're only deadline. That really matters is probably the end of transition, and that's December 31st. Right. So we got, I guess just a few more weeks before that comes along. But do we have any indications at this point that we are going to get that top level meeting any time soon between the prime minister and the president of the Sea? We have don't have confirmation, but suddenly things look to be heading that way. And I think it's worth taking a step back here. You know, no. The reporting on the ground, both in Brussels and in London, despite some of the official comments that come out about prom Rooms, disagreements tensions. Those things are kind of normal at this station negotiation. What's really going on behind the scenes, we're told is that career progress is being made. But there are these still fundamental gaps is all the things we know about the fishing access the level playing field that they're calling state aid rules on there needs to be a bit of a barge, Mr Barnier and Mr Frost, the chief negotiators, they cannot do that themselves. They're going to need instruction from their bosses. That's the prime minister and the president the commission, so those two are gonna have to come together at some point. Maybe we're being set up for that as well. There's going to be a grand political gesture. Ultimately, to get this thing over the line. The incentive is there. Neither side wants to be blamed, of course for talks breaking down and for there to be any more economic disruption at this point in time, so we're gonna have to wait and find out the confirmation, But I think that would be the moment to look for over the weekend. All right, well, it is very interesting, though, that France really seems like it's taken an outsize role in these negotiations. I mean, what are the chances that France really could veto a deal of this? Stage of the game. Well, Mr Macron, the President Franz has got slight form on this, of course in not only in the Brexit talks and other big moments in European negotiations, the French going on record today. Say they, Yes, they would trash this deal if they didn't like it. They have actually said this fairly consistently, though, throughout this process, and the French had this big interest in the fishing. Uh, part of this question and also on this kind of state aid that the fairness between the two economies. It's our closest trading partner, the biggest one with Britain, so that relationship is very key. French officials have been touring from the fishing villages in northern France to make a big show of how they are ready for no deal. If it has to happen, But if no deal does happen, those fishing villages are going to be really impacted that they're not allowed to go in. They take the majority of the fish out of the English Channel. If that is stop, that's a big domestic problem. Mr Macron, But he has to be seen to be making us that It's his style, of course, and we've seen it before to make a bit of a stand at this moment in time. But as I said previously the expectations despite what people are saying in public, and he may well be talking to his domestic market, they're more than globally. Ultimately, the people in the room seemed to be making lots of progress. Only about a minute left in our conversation in just a few weeks left until that hard Brexit deadline as you mentioned, is there a sense that some of the sticking points here are just on the Margins or are both sides far enough? Apart from each other that this really could fall apart in the next couple of weeks? I mean, absolutely could fall apart. You know, the history of Britain in the year I'm afraid is ones of both parties talking at cross purposes and on these fundamental questions of sovereignty and who is going to adjudicate over the rules, you know, there is still a significant gap. Someone's got to budge. Someone's gonna blink. Both sides have got big domestic reasons why that is politically difficult for them to do so. Mr Johnson depends on the votes. You people got to me in that landslide last year to get Brexit done in a meaningful way, as he put it. So, yes, the there is a possibility that things fall apart. Both sides of preparing for that New Year's Eve is the deadline, Britain would fall back to the World Trade Organization rules. That means tariffs quotas back backed up Lori's at Dover, potential food shortages on the supermarket shelves and Britain it could be fairly chaotic. They want to try and avoid it, but there still remains a significant chance that that might happen in just a few weeks

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Food Justice

Call Your Girlfriend

05:02 min | 5 hrs ago

Food Justice

"I i would love to hear you talk about you know. Five years ago or for this work was really such a central part of your life. One days weeks look like and was it sort of a slow transition to being so daily weekly constantly active in food justice or or was there a moment where things really changed overnight. I five years ago. I really started to shift working in compliance and like research basically wanting to be more involved in community health in public health stuff. And i started to get more involved than nonprofits. Who do a lot of culturally relevant to the food workshops around la understand food in different ways and the just kind of got super curious going to like health conferences and the progression was slow. But i knew. I was hunting for it. I'm like there's gotta be some way for me to plug in with a skill. Set that i have to make an impact when i met outreach groups doing this That completely shifted. That's that's when i was like okay. This is where i wanna be. I scaled down my interest and kind of try and understand academics of health in really really doing more groundwork and two thousand seventeen start to literally make burqas britos and my kitchen and going out on saturday morning with with with the crew and like handing them out. And that's when really like. I started to turn because i start to see in person what was happening scarborough nachos in food but like public health wise just so many things just kind of colliding and it it matter that i saw it in person in matter that i had a team of people to bounce ideas off of so that we could figure out different ways to build support making homemade meals for folks Grow that was beautiful. I was doing that for like months. But i felt i started to feel like there was something else that was walking. I love what we were doing. But i felt like this isn't enough like i'm happy to be going out there and and giving hot meal i love to make for folks making them feel like loving care for but there's gotta be another piece that we can do because i was like this isn't enough. Something's data change without this people out there trying to figure out the policy and everything else attached so why the city has failed our house neighbors for people who are listening to this far from la or who are kind of far from this work. Maybe you can talk a little bit about services not sweeps and explain what is services not sweeps at this point where coalition of about forty plus different organizations became together about two years ago basically creating demand for the city to provide different services for an house neighbors and basically just not use criminalization and sweeps to take care of our homeless problem in los angeles so sweeps meaning like literally clearing away places where people have been living correct. Yes yes in the beginning. It really was us just as a coalition of different organizations in los angeles coming together. It's like based on the expertise of of different folks within the coalition that we came up with a list of demands because homelessness not going to go away anytime soon and we just wanna make it easier also better for our neighbors to be able to survive we figure out the housing solution for it and all that owes a model created to ed really led by an housed leaders within our coalition has a lot of our work is also informed by them very much that includes my work fisher and food. And we're still continuing right now. Where a lot of work is sometimes. We'll be attached to efforts in from from vietnam or from from different folks it's evolved so much especially under The i personally feel. The city has become more harsh neighbors in. That's been like a nightmare to try to. Fight has also been very vocal of politicians. Not putting their names were few district bution because almost like virtuous person but like no you like are pushing for sweeps almost like violent acts against humidity. But then you're gonna tell me that you're you know you're trying to see them on one hand and then you're you know you're not caring In the other. And so it's almost like feels like such a patchwork way for politicians to make themselves look better and i mean none of that right. Who can say not like. You're not doing good thing for giving someone like a hot meal. You know about groceries but i feel like historically politicians especially in local government used that too so that they don't do their job.

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Glenn Close, 'Hillbilly Elegy'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:21 min | 6 hrs ago

Glenn Close, 'Hillbilly Elegy'

"Hi everybody. I'm peter travers. This is popcorn What's happening at the movies and my guest today. is glenn. close one of the best actors on this planet. You heard it from me and you heard from everybody else. That caesar in anything you people need to get now busy on netflix. And watch glenn. In hillbilly jay where her talent is shining on its highest being. So congratulations to you. God thank you peter. Thank you very much. And i'm looking at you and when i see you and you'll be billy algae i say who the hell is that. What about this transformation that you make to play this character. Well you know. It started. When i when i knew i was going to do memo is started with. I can't be distracted by my own face. I can't you know if i think the audience sees my face. I'll be very distracted by that though. I called matthew mongol reading. Oh genius makeup artist. Special effects makeup in mossy oak own views is done my wigs for practically my entire career and they had done also janet mcteer ni- and albert and matthew came up from texas where he's kind of semi retired when i still had a house out you know in westchester and we sat in my kitchen and he experimented with with shapes because it was really amazing. How just a very slight alteration of its shape of your nose for example can take your own face away so It was that and also mammal in life had big ears so he added you know size of my ears in my ear lobes. In the night. I curl my hair and made it all frizzy and ron came over because he just lives over the border in connecticut and he was kind of he was convinced because it i of course you know you worry about the time taken in the chair in the morning with any kind of percents but this was actually you know just slight difference of the nose and ears in it. I i was reading an hour every day But that was the beginning. And i we were given a portrait of mammoth fabulous portrait for slightly looking up with the big glasses and her hair and that was kind of what we went on. And then eventually saw videos from the family of her inaction laughing surrounded by kids pulling a wagon and then i the thing that was most valuable for me was to have one on one with bev with lindsay with a cousin with jd. And just saying okay. How did she sit. What did she wear. How did she hold her cigarette What was her voice like what. What was your energy like when she came into a room. What was her house like. So just very specific things not to pretend i was her but to somehow find the essence of this woman. Who is just. I mean loved feared feared and loved. When you get a property like this. I mean let's start by that. How did it come to you. He'll billy allergy. Who showed it to you. I said well. To tell you the truth. I read the book you know. Not long after came out because i wanted to educate myself kennedy. Was it her. She made the wonderful wonderful documentary about the hill. People that i remember vividly. But that was more like the shacks in the moonshine. And that's kind of the cliche and cliches are uninteresting. And i think cliche can lead to people being stigmatized and i think this group of people have been stigmatized. And then i heard that ron was had gotten the rights was developing the script and i wrote him a note and i said when you're thinking of memo please think of me thinking never in a million years would you. Because it's not like casting that you would necessarily leaked to. But then he got exciting for. You is the best thing about exciting new territory. And that's the essence of what we do right. I mean we were. We explore the human condition. And you don't want to go over territories spiritual emotional psychological that you've done before and so this was a great great journey for me to to learn about mammo to meet her family. I really believe i. It's just a fact that all great drama is based in family and you tell a very specific story about family and it has repercussions for everyone matter who they are and and that to me is the value of making it authentic and honest because then people can say they they almost subliminally will link it to their own lives. I heard that you met her son. Oh yes yes. He came settled. So what did he say when he's looking at you playing her and in a way reproducing this woman who's gone now he couldn't believe it. I mean the thing when the family and they came later when we were like a bunch of them came on on the day that i shooting the scene with little jd when he's I've told that he has to give his p to his mother and they came onset set. We're we're on a location. And some of them started crying. They somehow whatever we found was the mammal that they remembered and her son came came in another scene and he had to leave because he got so emotional. So that was really gratifying. I think we wanted to do justice. And we wanted to in way carry on the legacy of mammal. I women all over the world who are mammals you know. Always a yankee game sat next to a grandmother and grandfather. Taking care of their ten year old grandson. And i think he'd oh my god no retirement for them. I said their daughter was unable to take care of them so they were raising their grandson and it happens a lot in this country that know. We see every time we turn around to do that. And i say from the specific comes the universal to do that. But i think it's going to have an effect watching this movie now because all of us many of us even if we're lucky enough to live in some kind of bubble where we have. Some family members with us isn't going to be a thanksgiving where we can all get together in large kind of group. it's just impossible with this pandemic. How are you living with. Pandemic there in montana. We'll see interesting. Because i've not achieved as much creatively as i wanted. I wanted to really really right. Haven't and i'm not sure why not be. I think it's brought a kind of sometimes. I feel like. I'm spinning my tires. You know in in the mud and not getting a traction. And but i make sure my sink is clean all the time. My kitchen isn't border. You know i make i will. Do i think that every day going. After the i kind of the little things to keep my life in order that have been important but he things are building. I think i would like to think that a great great era of creativity for for all of us who are in the are artists will come out of this. Whether is you know something's just stating whether you're aware of it or not. But it's there it's going to happen

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Hungarian lawmaker resigns after caught fleeing a 'sex party' by climbing down a drainpipe

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:40 min | 7 hrs ago

Hungarian lawmaker resigns after caught fleeing a 'sex party' by climbing down a drainpipe

"Know. The career of a close ally of the hungarian prime minister viktor orban who was also an emmy p. has ended in a welter of scandal and suspicion as his actions threaten the public valleys of the right wing fidesz party lily by is a reporter at politico and she's here with more lily. It's with all the key elements. We have sex politics lawbreaking drugs and intrigue sitting comfortably. Tell us what happened It's quite an extraordinary story So basically over the weekend. A member of the european parliament. You'll jeff siad of the blue announced that he is resigning He is a member of hungary's ruling fetus party but It's important to understand that he's not just an ordinary member. he's one of the co founders of the party. He was there with prime minister. Viktor orban and others in nineteen eighty-eight when they started this political journey back then as young liberals he has been the prime minister's inner circle ever since and has played a key role in hungary and politics including the lead author of one of the hungarian government's main political projects. The two thousand eleven constitution. So he's really a an important figure especially in the intellectual circles of the ruling party so when he resigned that sparked a lot of questions. Initially people were wondering are there any divisions within the ruling party. What's going on. And then on tuesday details started leaking. I two local belgian press that that a member of the european parliament had attended a party on friday night in brussels. That was by police. Now it's important to Stand for those of our listeners. Who who are not familiar with bowel gyms rules that we have pretty strict covert related restrictions here about gatherings so belgian. Trust reported that there were about Twenty five naked men this particular party which at police had raided for violating the health related restrictions. And what prosecutors later said is that a passer-by had seen someone sleeping along the gutter This person It turns out Mr sire the a member of the european parliament was apprehended and then police found narcotics in his backpack after the leaks. Uche the politician. He admitted to having been present at the party but denied that the narcotics were his and this created a huge storm and hungarian politics given closely associated. He has personally with the prime minister. An element of his behavior do you think was most offensive to the party. I mean could he got away with it if it had. Just been about breaking lockdown rules. Well it's it's hard to tell but one thing to to note is that Ever since the late nineteen eighties when fetus was a young idealistic liberal political party on the were informal conversations within the party about mr sires Sexual orientation this is something. He has never discussed in public. And of course it's it's up to him to to to discuss But but within the party party members were chatting about this and at the time Wait what people say now is that they simply did not care They saw that. It's his private matter of what he does in his private life. And it's it didn't impact his initial political career. He was The group leader of the fidesz faction in the european in the are in the hungarian parliament. Initially in one thousand nine hundred ninety so he was quite an important figure within that party and so you know feed us because of its strategic trajectory. It's important to note you know it used to be a liberal party. It evolved over the years. It moved further and further to the right at today. It's a party that has been criticized for for what Lgbt activists call Anti gay policies but initially it did not have that kind of ideology back in the in the eighties and nineties. But i mean as you say. He had significant input into the very conservative constitution which holds family values it doesn't recognize. Lgbt rights he's married to a female judge judge as you say they've been whispers about his own sexuality so i wonder how this has affected the party. How it's affected feeders. In terms of just sheer hypocrisy. That's right so. I think that the opposition in hungary has really seized upon this issue Some have talks about What what one. Opposition politician called the moral bankruptcy Of the party. And i think that this will be an issue in the twenty. Twenty two election campaigner there will be elections then and it's already looking like a tough race even though Hunger in minister viktor. Orban is in quite powerful position and critics say an unfairly powerful position because of the covid crisis and because of economic problems in hungary like most other countries experiencing It's already said to be a tough campaign and having this kind of Scandal so close to to the real start of of of the race. Is i think putting more pressure on the party. And that's why. I think on wednesday or bounded something quite untested hinted for him He he gave a statement saying that. What cya did was unacceptable and indefensible and he said that This kind of behavior has no place in the values of the political family. And this was quite extraordinary. In hungarian context because i was with such a close friend and ally for over three decades And it's very very rare Side did quit the party. Officially on wednesday as well It's very rare for someone of that stature to to be publicly criticized by by the party to actually quit just quickly before we go. We know that he was a key figure. In brussels. In terms of of hungarian paulo within the eu. And i wonder if this will have an impact on the covert relief budget. Talks where hungary's vetoing the because the eu's insisting that the country conforms to various elements of the law so prime minister or bond was are speaking on hunger and state radio just about an hour ago and he repeated that hungary is came to its original hard line position on the eu budget and rule of law is a big conflict about that because a lot of eu countries in the european parliament one to length distribution of funding to respect for the rule of law There has been a lot of speculation about whether this is going to weaken or bounce position. a bit hard to tell right now We will see. I'm next week when

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Landing Scenarios

Innovation Now

01:16 min | 9 hrs ago

Landing Scenarios

"Researchers are designing human in the loop experiments to make approach and landing as safe as possible. This innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future. A stabilized approach for landing is based on the pilots interpretation of certain visual clues for every three nautical miles flown over the ground. The aircraft should descend one thousand feet but pilots must control speed calculate descent rates and use precision instruments to ensure. They're not landing too high too. Fast or out of alignment with the runway. Faa researchers are testing pilot reactions to various approach and landing scenarios by putting actual pilots into flight simulators. At the william j hughes technical center. The simulators can be programmed to mimic different conditions. Information is collected about the pilot's ability to recover and whether the pilot had adequate data in the cockpit to make safe decisions about landing. The research will help determine the kind of training pilots need and the effectiveness of new instruments in the cockpit because a stabilized approach and landing is the best way to avoid a loss of aircraft control

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Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities

Q

08:29 min | 11 hrs ago

Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities

"TV. Here's a conversation you might remember. I think it's important for us to have conversations about, you know, open conversations about mental health, especially with me. Being black because we never had therapists in the black community. We never approached like taking medication with Kanye West on the show, Jimmy Kimmel live. He's talking about how mental health and simply talking about it. Has a stigma in black communities and their numbers to back that up. In one study out of the United States, 63% of black respondents said that talking about mental health was a sign of weakness and You could see the stigma reflected in hip hop and rap. Mark Anthony Neal is the James B. Duke professor of African and African American studies at Duke University. He's also the co editor of That's the Joint the Hip hop Studies. Reader. So before we get going heads up with this conversation includes topics of depression and suicide, which may be triggering to some professor Neill joined me to talk more about hip hop's long history with the topic of mental health and mental illness. Fester. Neil, Thanks so much for making the time today. Thanks for having me It's a pleasure, So I have a whole lot to get with you today. But just let's start very broadly. How would you describe hip hop's overall track record when it comes to mental health and mental illness? You know, I think hip hop reflects where the conversations about mental health are with black communities More broadly, and particularly with black men s 01 of the real breakthrough was in recent years was, you know Jay Z's 444 You know his own kind of bourgeois way. It was a recording that talked about the significance of actually sitting down and talking with a therapist, right toe work through all kinds of notions of trauma. And you know for someone like Jay Z. You know, part of it's because now he's older, right, but it's also a break with the way that black men have often dealt with mental health. You know where we just man up, right? And and instead of, you know, seeking therapy, you know, clinical psychologist, you know, you find all these different moments reflected in hip hop of black men basically inviting. You know marijuana weed Percocet? Of course, there has become kind of the painkiller of choice in recent years, And this is all you know, young black men responding to a mental health crisis that they're having in their daily lives, right? And if I'm reading it correctly, What you're saying is that you know what we see in hip hop. Is ultimately reflective of the larger historical stigma. Mental health has in some black communities, and there's no question right and it is not just mental health, right? I mean, we're having the same conversations with in black communities and definitely within hip hop. About just things like going to the doctor on a regular basis, Right? Regular kind of preventative health care are the kinds of things that you know if you feel pain, you just, you know, Hustle passed, right. You just grind past it because it takes up time, right? And time is money and all these kinds of you know things that we here in Montrose and circulate within, You know, black masculinity. In hip hop culture, right, so mental health becomes, you know on their team Continuing well, part of what we're doing here today is looking back at some of the pivotal rack records that have explored mental health. So take a listen to this me cause I'm close to Doug Etch. I'm try again not to lose my head. So that's a bit of the message from Grandmaster Flash and the Furious five relation 82 Mel Mel, who's rapping in the Verses. Don't push me cause I'm close to the edge. I mean, incredibly legendary, You know, line in hip hop. I have to admit I had never thought about it in the grander context of mental health before. Right, because it's rage, right? You know, how do I control the rage of my experience in the hood and all the things that are going on right that you know that are both continuous and cyclical. And and we can't seem to get out of this cycle if you will, And so the only thing to express their some sort of sense of rage and again. We typically don't think about that in the continuum of mental health or emotional health, right? But the point is, how do you manage what's going on in your life so that you don't You know, I have this moment We have another clip taken. Listen to them, But I go in. Not without a fight. See, Every time I close, I start sweating and blood starts coming out my nose. It's somebody watching the back, but I don't know who it is. So I'm watching my back to get her boys with mind playing tricks on me. Classic rap record back in 1991. Hear paranoia. You hear anxiety, You know? What is it about The ghetto boys take a mental health care that sticks out to you. You know what's important about a song like that, you know, unlike the Grandmaster Flash, and here is a part of example that you played You know what we see this kind of outward expression of what's happening emotionally and mentally. This is one of the first songs I think really dealt with the interiority of mental health crisis, right? It's the stuff that might be there what it's probably not. But it's so internalized that I can't see my way out of it on by think that particularly resonated for many young black men listening to hip hop in that period of time. You know, because of this kind of stoicism. That's that was expected right that you have to keep everything inside. But you can't let people know how you feel right. And what's going on What pain you're going through, You know, So you internalize so much of this, and I think that song does a great job of capturing what's going on in the mind literally of these men in the soul. But let's talk a little bit about treatment. You know, there have been Rap artists who have argued that they don't need professional therapy because the form itself because the music itself is inherently therapeutic. Listen, I'm not here to deny anyone's truth, I'm not here to get in the way of anyone's treatment path. What were. What do you make of that? I understand this on on several levels, right? There has long been a concern, but then black communities about what we see as Western forms of therapy, you know their feet. It's not connected to the live realities of what it means to be black in America, or even you know, black and African In the world. Um so I understand why you have been expressions of suspicion around clinical psychology right in that context, But I think you know I fall down on expertise right folks who were trained Clinically to address whether it be paranoid schizophrenia or or depression or or the whole range of emotionality is that they're contribute to what we think of as as as mental health. On guy think there's no replacing that expertise and where, at a point in time now, you know to the earlier point, you know that their candidate need made about there, not being folks in the community. Well, we know that there are in fact, you know African American therapists, right? In fact, they're thriving in this period of time, largely because you know, because of folks like saying Jay Z and another, you know, producing black woman writers and artists. Who have talked about the significance of finding a therapist, you know in their life, and so I think it has to be more of a both in right, definitely finding a community find folks that you can work the would talk through. You know who can be that first line of intervention? You know if you are suffering through, you know, anxiety or other forms of the mental health crisis, But But there is an expertise there that that folks need to pursue and again. Jay Z was so critical in this moment because, you know, he basically said, I went to see a therapist, right? If I'm going to be the Ogi of hip hop right, then it's OK. Can you elaborate on how a skepticism of psychotherapy could be related to anti black racism in our society? I mean, it's just that right the fact that we have the largest society that has never understood You know the black frame if you will. The Black is first in this country and I have tried to apply normative structures that come outside of the everyday experience of black folks, too. You know how black folks are working through their their mental health? You know, there's also the larger question of the way that that mental health care is connected to generally health care in America and general suspicion right of the medical profession. When it comes to issues of race. We could just think you know the Tuskegee experiments right? And it just think about those men for a second, right to on the one hand are subjected. You know to physical problems because of the experiments, but at the same time, Ah work into all kinds of levels of schizophrenia and depression, you know, based on the physical sense that they're also is not being addressed. You know, in the context of that movement, if you're just tuning in

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Hogger Is The Latest Character Coming To Heroes Of The Storm

The Business of Esports

06:04 min | 13 hrs ago

Hogger Is The Latest Character Coming To Heroes Of The Storm

"Kind just lead off with the biggest news story of possibly the year. Any sports okay. I thought last week you'll ever what i thought last week. It was the biggest ever. No this is it. We've had a lot of biggest weeks but this week may be the biggest of all because this week. Here's the storm. Got a new hero for the first time in like i can't even count. They literally just released new hero. There are people at blizzard. Still working on this game a parent apparantly. They literally they were like released official. Not some rogue employee's official. They started listening to the podcast. There like that kid. William really likes the store and we gotta give him a new hero and bam. They're literally like out of nowhere. You had no idea new hero. His name's hogger. He's a knoll he spins around. It's awesome so if you ask me how my week was. I think i just told you like leg world of warcraft harder. Well if warren bradshaw gary. Everyone's making jokes about like like his voice lines. Let me tell you how. I escaped storm wind. Keep you know how like harder is is one of. I would say if not the while hold on. I don't wanna go too far. It's i would argue top three memes ever okay. So leroy jenkins number one. Yup leroy jenkins is number. One number two is next ramos. Blood not like the play harder number two because harder river to. It's the first real like elite that you kill right. Yeah paul i. I know that and so it was like like the looking for group. Hogger is like you wanna mean at like level. Sixty in classic. Wow that's that's that's what you put out there right or you want or do you want to. You know you want to grief other players. You go and just cam poker. Because they're trying to kill him to finish whatever quest they've got and he just stand around the spine and one shot him. You know it's that hogger yes. It's that auger interesting You know nobody really knows. Like i mean these new heroes like they always seem overpowered at launch. You know i played him. I actually thought he was underpowered. But i think that has more to do with me being absolutely useless at the game despite playing it nonstop for six years so i felt like it just died off time when i played him but it doesn't matter at this point they could put a mouse mouse trap and a piece of cheese in the game and i would buy like i'd be like this is incredible when you actually have spent money on the game. Now oh my god. Yes so many like side like this new content. I bought the hair they released today by the are paul economic incentives. Like if i want them to keep releasing new heroes. I have to find out how. I still don't believe that. This is some official project at blizzard. I really believe it's. It's like two rogue employees that that that oxygen is paying behind under the table. Maybe maybe we should be quiet about. Maybe they've just survived because like nobody's notice there unlike closet somewhere somehow escaped eight. Hr shutdowns and it's like randy from what was it office space or whatever. The is just their house. We can keep developing. I it we hit. It has a very big user base. That game like it's not league level. It's clearly large enough for them to continue resources to some extent and look if they're shutting down starcraft that they're continuing to do lots as much as we mean about like. Oh la william. You're so weird to like that game like it added an audience. It's just not a huge audience but it's big enough that even a company like blizzard still invest something on it. So i mean i would assume on. Its own like i. I don't know how blizzard internally looks at projects right but do they. Are they sophisticated enough. I mean i'm sure they are but the question is do they break out sort of a pnl for each game. Right is simple enough to do that. Or is there so much intermingling of resources at the company eight possible. I cannot believe they do not have a pl specifically for that game at least on the revenue side cost side might be a little harder to attribute because you borrowed an artist here you re use an asset. Their pets like i. I have no doubt that the games are run as pretty strict individual. Pnl's with relatively high control that the must be profitable right to keep going. Yeah the the big question that kills things like this and organizations is hugh rationalizations right. This is why like coke and you know what is it. Clorox or old household price continuously cycle out brands. despite the fact that there are actually quite successful. Like if you. And i started one of those brands like this head. Skew rationalization is big driver of overall profitability. And big business says and that sort of what happened to starcraft right gut skew rationalized. Essentially i bet you for the investment on it it was still profitable. The question is could you put those dollars somewhere else and have a higher return. Could you put that management attention somewhere. And so i think it's interesting that the storm clearly. They're not scared to kind if they need to. They killed these sports scene right. It was dead until the cc l. But it is interesting that like you know they have. They don't skew so again. I think it speaks to. The game is a lot bigger than i think. People realize i mean. I just like to kid about it because it's a funny meam now. It's like our our top. Names are dumpster. Fire cures to the storm. What is lindsay's nickname. That's like our three or three like

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Does it pay to install solar

Clark Howard Show

05:01 min | 18 hrs ago

Does it pay to install solar

"It's always been so difficult for me to address is when people wanna know from me if it's a great idea for them to do solar at their home and when you hear my answers to the people pose to me they're really not clear answers and that's from somebody who has been a very early adopter of salt. Were having done the first solar installation. I did a couple of houses ago and at the house we live at now. We have a solar farm instead of on the roof. We put we have a hillside and we did a massive array on the hillside generate enormous energy from it and people will ask me absolutes. Well am i really gonna make back the money. How long's it gonna take and all the rest and the reality is my answers when you ask me. Those questions are so frustrating to you. Because it's really hard to answer that i mean it's really easy with what's called utility scale. So which is really. The fastest growing part is so where where Power providers build these massive fields of solar panels and their mega forms and every year. The ones being built or larger than the year before and nowhere is so. We're being installed more in the united states now. Utility scale than state of texas where so where can generate power far far cheaper even with drawback of intermittent power where when the sun's shining the panels are just sitting there the power is so cheap generated from the seller that the combination of solar and wind in texas year after year after year people's power bills. Keep going down. It's a free market in taxes and the market gravitates to wherever the cheapest source of power is and it's solar and wind especially solar these days so then somebody asked me about their house. And i'm like. I don't know i mean i love having it. But the payback term is really hard to calculate and it was a wonderfully written long form story on wired from someone who went through the struggle in fact. It's funny. I installed solar power system in my house in an attempted energy resilience. The constraints and the headaches were greater than i anticipated. And it goes through all the issues they were involved I and figuring out the payback. The economics of doing so and the reality is the cost of solar panels themselves have collapsed in recent years down nearly ninety percent from where they were ten years ago but installing solar at a home the cost the panels only part of it is. There's engineering studies involved in figuring out where to place them building the The supports that. Go on your specific roof. Although some of the technologies have become more modular more flexible a lot of its labor with the installation. And all that so it's not a slam dunk but the math gets better and better over time. But it's more a mixture of art and science trying to figure out what your payback cycle will be of course. Unless you really overpay for it you're gonna get a payback. Is just how quick. The second part of the whole puzzle is what's going to make solar compelling within the next three to four years and that is the cost of batteries backing up the system or dropping. The cost batteries dropping so quickly and the efficiency those batteries rising so fast that by twenty twenty three twenty. Four right in there. Doing sewer with battery and combination at a resident is going to be a no brainer and eventually the batteries are going to be cheap enough. That people will be able to degrade and essentially like in the original star. Wars movie from was that forty years ago. They'll be able to d grid and live with their own power plant at their own house.

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The IRS is Eyeing Crypto

Squawk Pod

05:25 min | 21 hrs ago

The IRS is Eyeing Crypto

"You're planning in on trying to cash some of your casino. I should say some of your bitcoin and trying to pocket. The gains will be prepared for a potential tax it. If you've owned or used bitcoin you may owe taxes no matter how you acquired used it. Cbc senior personal finance correspondent. Sharon edison is here now with more on what you need to know. Sharon hi andrew. Will you know if you bought or sold. Bitcoin or any crypto currency this year. The irs wants to know about it. It now asked this white on the first page of your ten forty federal income tax. Return at any time during twenty twenty. Did you receive sell send exchange or otherwise acquire any financial interest in any virtual currency. And you have to answer yes or no now you need to check. Yes if you involved. In any transaction with the crypto currency including selling it receiving it transferring it for free exchanging it for goods or services or other property including another virtual currency and like stocks any gain or loss from the sale or exchange of crypto currency is taxed as a capital gain or loss. So it's very important to keep good records of your transactions now. You're gonna find out a lot more about bitcoin and your taxes at cbc dot com slash smart tax planning andrew. So couple of questions consequences if you don't check the right box on your taxes. Turn either you're dodging purposely. Or maybe just don't know well you need to know you mean to make sure that you understand how this works and working with tax professional is key here because if you've made a transaction and you do not check that yes box that tax experts that we've spoken to say that you could be accused of tax evasion by the irs. There could be criminal consequences so this is a very serious consideration that you have to make right there at the top of the ten forty four. You can't miss the question. But you must answer truthfully is because there could be significant consequences. If you don't sharon just real quick our places like coin base and other institutions are they reporting your gains and losses as well to match. I'm so glad you asked that because like a brokerage firm will report. You know what you've done with your stock transactions your other transactions. This does not happen. At many of the exchange this does not happen with crypto currency. Usually so it's very important for you to keep very good records on your own and to make sure that you understand how to keep those records having cpa and enrolled agent some tax professional who has worked with quipped crypto currencies. His work with tax payers. Who are dealing with. This is very important so ask that question as you pick the right professional work with his sharon. I get the idea of having report if you've bought or sold crypto currency. But the idea of if you've used it for any transaction could get really complicated especially as more and more vendors are accepting it as a as a form of payment if you let's say you rented an airbnb on something using it. Let's say you bought a cup of coffee somewhere you've got to report. Every of those transactions that can be incredibly complicated. It says it says any so i know that but of course it is difficult to keep all of those records and all of those documents the issue is that people want reporting anything and i think the irs has been really looking to crack down on this looking at the millions of people who own bitcoin right now own cryptocurrency and. How just several hundred. Some years over the past few years have been reporting every year. so they're missing a lot of people and they just wanna make sure. I think that they're getting the accurate numbers of who has who owns bitcoin. Who's using it and how reporting it sharing this just just thinking about all the ramifications because early adopters. They may be smart enough to have their own little wallet where they don't even use a coin base and that may part of the appeal of bitcoin. I think is that it's so anonymous. Some people and we've seen historically what it's been used for so it has that You know the impression that that that it gives. But i would think anybody that buys on coin base or coin. Base is not going to be able to say. Oh no we're not going to provide anything coming. Base is going to have to generate if you answered. Do they generate like something to the irs. Right now about the people that they're dealing with or will they not a standard form life at ten ninety nine form. There's not a staredown. Four for crypto currency. So you may have a some institutions may have some type of form or paperwork that they deal with the irs. But there's no standard standard ten ninety nine like you get with the brokerage firm from what's coming telling. The market cap now is for bitcoin and for other cryptos that that's going to. That's that's gotta be near term for for the exchanges. I would think if you can't you know it's like a wild. Wild west only lasted for so long right exactly and that's again that's that's evidenced by the fact that it's not on the schedule anymore. It's not tucked away somewhere in tax documents where you have to report. This is right at the top on the first page of your ten forty form. So you're absolutely right. Things are definitely changing. Okay all right. Sharon thank you. I appreciate that thanks. People say that's why it was invented. We'll see when when the when the rubber meets the road. Whether everyone you know going to be it'd be interesting to watch Better better hire more. Irs agents. I think

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Siona Benjamin's Transcultural Art

Can We Talk?

05:08 min | 1 d ago

Siona Benjamin's Transcultural Art

"The yona benjamin's art dances with brilliant colors and mythical figures lilith wrapped in a prayer shawl vaujany with angel's wings a blue skinned woman with multiple arms. Held up like minora. Sienna is a transcultural artist. An indian juif from him by now living in the us via israel and her art reflects her identity. Jewish feminist indian american and influenced by the hindu and islamic cultures. She grew up. In siennas installations have covered floors and ceilings and public spaces many of her paintings are multi paneled and she even paints the faces and bodies of dancers artists are philosophers poets in all kinds of artists musicians in every possible medium. And so we do have the luxury of this introspection because without the introspection the creation cannot happen. The forced isolation of the pandemic has given sione a lot more time for introspection. And she says she is valued the chance to focus inward. She joins us for the third in our series on creativity in the global pandemic. I think that what has touched me. The deepest is understanding the meaning of isolation of what it is to be with yourself. I think for the first time. Even though i love being with myself and i love being minute studio but i also like to travel to meet people and i'm a people person actually my alone time in my studio very much to fortunately for me. I think my time has been. I mean i work from home and auto workers continued anyway so i'm very very fortunate but some people who've lost their jobs and some people who don't have else other than going to work coming back it must be very difficult so you know my heart goes out to them. Has that has the content of what of your own work sort of shifted in the past several months eight months. Well in a little bit though. I mean yes. I can see the pandemic. I've done a small series which is a series of just four paintings and it's called the circle of introspection series. And i'm very attracted to mondelez in so the way the coronavirus is shown is kind of like a circle has little spiky things coming out and it's kinda like round and mandala lake that horrific shape of the coronavirus was everywhere on the news and on these kind of looked like a like a planet from outerspace planet with these little spiky little things so i just thought wow. How do i contract that. Negative circle was a positive. Circle are very beautiful colors. These mind and they are flowing and their positive and they've got They're hopeful. I kind of put the figure there in many different ways it has. It's like the circle of introspection series about into action in about looking to what you really want. What do i really want and think the the the word happenings have forced us all to do that. You mentioned your blue figures which is something that you work with in many of your paintings. Can you talk about that. My work is also very theatrical. So i started thinking about creating characters that would i already nostalgic and they talked about my in a unique background of being an indian jew and what my grandmother coq ten dead and stuff like that and what my mother told me. I mean my first few paintings are like i was experimenting with skin color. Like what shade of brown should i paint these characters that are on my stage so to speak. Then i came up with the idea off Off like a light turquoise blue because for me the blue stands for the color of the sky and the ocean. Ice taught that the color of the sky here over america the color of the sky over africa. Our india anywhere else is the same. You can't look at the sky and say that's indians guy. I thought it was just so neutral that thought that i could pin my characters that same turquoise blue and the this way they could belong everywhere and nowhere at the same time. And that's how. I found all the time being jew from india. My family moving to israel now me living in america raising a child over here having had a family here i just felt like what is my home so i did a series of paintings before that many other gokhale finding homes again that same quest for what is what is that home so the blue characters can fit into those series two and slowly grew and therefore the blue skin has become for me a symbol of being the jewish woman of color

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"one k" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"one k" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Today's tip is for those moments when you're work, it's hard and you're tempted to turn your attention elsewhere. You can do that after you persist a little longer on the task at hand. Identify a natural stopping point. You'll reach before you take a break and then persist until you get there. Telling yourself but I. This will keep you going just a little bit more. Anyone who set exercise goals is familiar with the idea of pushing in the face of a little discomfort. If, you're running a half marathon and you're tired at mile eleven well. You don't sit down on the curb or head over to a nearby restaurant. Somehow you pace yourself to get through to the end. Most people who lift weights won't stop at Rep Eleven. They'll somehow push twelve. And in many cases, we don't feel the same urge toward a natural stopping point with other kinds of work. That bookcases ninety percent assembled, but we hit a tricky part and well. Is it time to go grab a cup of coffee? I could ever podcast script for this show or the new corner office almost written and get stuck on the closing and go check my email. I bet you can recall when you've also stopped in the middle of task. For those of us who work at computers, what usually happens is that we're deep in a project and then hit a roadblock. Something is challenging or he briefly get knocked out of a state of flow. We could keep going pushing through the challenge until we hit a natural stopping point. But it's so tempting to just check email instead. Ease off the pressure. Just see what's there. Except here's the problem. That roadblock! It's still there. And when you go back to it, because of course, eventually you do have to go back to it. You're starting from zero. Whereas before you had a running start. It's not going to be easier to deal with now. It will probably be harder. You'll have to get back into the project. Figure out where you were regain momentum and then tackle the issue. It's often better to persist just a little longer and then take a brain break. Instead of switching gears as soon as work. It's hard. Try telling yourself but I this. You don't have to resist checking emailer. Headlines are getting a glass of water or whatever you do when your mind needs arrest. Just. Delay Your mental break until you finish writing the next paragraph. Responding to the final question in your clients, e mail, or whatever the challenging task! Complete the next step. That way you'll maintain momentum and get more done. This is a much better option than giving up. Even unintentionally every time something gets hard. You may find that by the time you finish writing the next paragraph for creating the next slide. You're able to keep going even beyond the spot where you gave yourself permission the stop. But even if not, when you take your break, you'll have already spot to come back to. Getting back in the groove won't be quite so hard. So today if you find tempted to check email when the going gets rough, persist just a little longer, i. Get to a natural stopping point. But I this. You may be surprised at just how far you go. In the meantime. This is Laura. Thanks for listening and here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter, facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast P. O. D.. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts at iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much I. Look Forward to staying.

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"one k" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On an IRA or four oh one K. so my favorite vehicle is what I call the laser fun but it's better than a rock we were talking about that in the last segment and so questions get asked well is so is a Roth IRA or four oh one K. the best way to save or how do I get my money out of my I. array and pay less in tax well if you roll over a traditional IRA into a roster or same thing with the four oh one K. you're going to trigger tax and that may be smart in the long run and just pay the tax and it's gonna accumulate tax free from now on so many Americans will do that to but why would you choose a rod when you can have a vehicle that has the two benefits of a rod and it is tax free when you take it out and you put in after tax dollars but it blossoms when you die every million I have in my laser find will blossom in value when I pass away and it transfers to my spouse might nine espousal heirs to my favorite charities who are ever I leave it behind you totally tax free but it increases in value by a sometimes double or triple so why would I own a rock this is why we wrote the book the laser fun to educate people because I was talking about how the future is about data ownership and the education you know and we talk in the genius network about where the future is really going with technology and everything else and it was interesting because Peter Diamandis we're talking about the problem in the future will actually be under population in countries not over population that's what happened to China at when they restricted only one child per married couple and that they didn't really lies the a economic impact that would have unfortunately the United States it is now and under two children per married couple and so the problem is going to be under population not over population in the United States of America in in other countries like has been manifested in China that's another top big but I want you to be prepared for the future by getting educated and doing something that's far better than just a traditional IRA or four oh one K. or even a Roth IRA or four oh one K. many times people ask me should I take a required minimum distributions out of my IRA or four oh one K. if I don't need the income do I take out just the minimum I go no I would be taken out the maximum you get the maximum out in your tax bracket and sometimes that's another thirty forty fifty thousand you're not going to be the lower bracket in the future what are you trying to delay the inevitable for you're not saving tax but the key is you want to get the taxes over and done with in today's lower rates than tomorrow's higher rates and then re position that money into something that's going to be tax free from now on and that will ultimately blossom when you die that's reimbursing you some usually all of the taxes you incurred during the rollout process so when I was interviewed recently I talked about a rollout is a term that I coined it's not a rollover of rollover from a four oh one K. into an IRA is just going from the frying pan into the fire you're just delaying the inevitable that doesn't solve anything you want to do a roll out get the money out the tax is over and done with sooner than later re position that money and the vehicle is going to be tax free from now on and that's why I wrote the book the laser fun to educate people and then that many times as I help people offset some or all of the tax during the rollout by resurrecting new deductions they were killing let me ask you a question have you given up on learning about the best retirement planning strategy at folks don't give up on this end time runs out when people come to one of our educational events so many times they just like kick themselves only they come up and they say oh I can't believe how many times I heard you talk about this and I put off and put off coming and look at the time I've wasted so if you live in the greater San Francisco Bay Area I want you to get ready to jot down the dates and times we are coming to teach half day educational events they're absolutely free we are coming to Alamo Palo alto Livermore and Santa Clara and we are teaching on Wednesday December fourth eighty am to two PM and Alamo.

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"one k" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I don't know if he's still got his friend had a friendship but I know you both had friends yeah it is yeah those are usually look at because they were there anyway what welcome back. term solutions radio. okay it's it's time for one of our favorite parts of the show are they say statement where we did bong common financial myth half truths and sometimes harm for advice generic wisdom you know they say when investing you should just set it and forget it just let the market do its thing and voila you've magically have made a lot more money years from now investing aside could this be dangerous device you need to know where your money is right right absolutely do you think that the people running Amazon and Google ignore their investments they just like thunder nor their investments with the hope that it's gonna work out no way it in fact quite a few for a one K. investors have lost track of their money over the years so much so that did you know the billions and billions of forgotten for one K. dollars have gone unclaimed millions of dollars. to the government yeah well there are ways for you to find missing money infer gotten four oh one K.'s. rides are aren't there now program to help workers recover billions and pensions and for one K. plan. millions of workers that have changed jobs may have left more more than a coffee mug behind with prior employers according to a recent Kiplinger article billions of dollars in retirement assets are being held by former employers for the pension benefit guaranty corporation. that's where the government gets it which inherits. pensions from companies that have shut down their doors are shut down their plans over time many workers forget that they even had the four oh one K. or the pensions and they lose track of them as former employers that will they merge they change names the clothes shop. for your former employer may lose track of you the result is that the retirees. and especially their their survivors are missing out which could be one substantial benefits the pension benefit guaranty corporation which tries to find the missing participants bowed the the the road the benefits from the terminated pension plans recently launched a similar voluntary program for four oh one K.'s and other defined contribution plans and employers can transfer money from four oh one K. accounts starting with accounts terminated this year to the pension benefit guaranty corporation which will then search for the workers and pay after benefits or the employer can notify the PBGC are the name of the financial institution holding the money and if the pension benefit guaranty corporation can't find the workers they'll be added to the agency's missing participants database you can actually go to their website and find this information it's the P. B. G. C. dot gov and you can look up the missing participants site and find out if you have some money in a role for one K. that you forgot about anyone who suspects that they had missing retirement funds can search for the unclaimed benefit maybe higher dog the bounty hunter to final well they can give.

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"one k" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Breaking news first on news ninety three point one K. of PK John is followed a high level national security meeting at the White House and right now the secretary of defense mark espers at the podium along with the chair of the joint chiefs of staff general Joseph Dunford but first it's secretary esper well good afternoon ladies and gentleman. well done for not just returned from the White House where we met with the president and his national security team. to discuss options to deter Iran's continued aggressive behavior. as we have seen the Iranian regime is waging a deliberate campaign to destabilize the Middle East and impose costs on the international economy. in recent months Iran has increased its military activity the direct attacks and support to its proxies in the region. in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman which are vital waterways for global commerce Iran is threaten the safe passage of ships by taking commercial vessels in illegally seizing a British oil tanker. in Yemen Iran is perpetuating war by providing sustained financial support and advanced weapons to the who the insurgency. and on June twentieth Iran shot down a United States unmanned aircraft that was flying over international waters. despite repeated calls from president trump to begin diplomatic talks Iranian aggression continues to increase. in the face of the sustain malign behaviour the United States and other countries have demonstrated great restraint in hope city Ronnie leadership would choose peace and reverse Iran steep decline in the isolation and economic collapse. but the attack on September fourteenth against Saudi Arabian oil facilities represents a dramatic escalation of you running aggression. it is clear based on detail exploitation conducted by Saudi United States and other international investigative teams but the weapons used in the attack were Iranian produced and we're not launch from Yemen as was initially claimed all indications are that Iran was responsible for the attack. the United States has a responsibility to protect our citizens and our interests in the region and the international community has a responsibility to protect the global into the global economy and international rules and norms all of this is threatened by Iran's significant escalation of violence. this week I've been a dialogue with the Saudi defense minister and other partners about this latest attack. to prevent further escalation Saudi Arabia requested international support to help protect the kingdom's critical infrastructure. the United Arab Emirates has also requested assistance in response to the king this request the president has approved the deployment of US forces which will be defensive in nature and primarily focused on air and missile defense. also worked to accelerate the delivery of military equipment to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE to enhance their ability to defend themselves. the purpose of the it additional defensive support we will provide is as follows. first to send a clear message that the United States supports our partners in the region second to ensure the free flow of resources necessary to support the global economy and third to demonstrate our commitment to upholding the international rules based order that we have long called on Iran today. as the president has made clear the United States does not seek conflict with Iran that said we have many other military options available should they be necessary. we urge the Iraqi leadership to cease their destructive and destabilizing activities and to move forward on a peaceful diplomatic path. general done for now I will not take your questions thank you.

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"one k" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one K. of PK full several of the Democrats seeking their party's presidential nomination say they would loosen restrictions on immigration put into place under the trump administration Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren saying at tonight's debate she would expand the pathways to citizenship blaming current problems on the United States withdrawal of aid to Central America tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang called immigration positive for our economic and social dynamism we're talking with ABC news correspondent Jordan Phelps in Washington Jordan Jerry Nadler the house Judiciary Committee chairman they got into a little bit of semantics and then said he didn't want to do anymore semantics. that seems to be that challenge Democrats are having trouble deciding what their languages around impeachment Jerry Nadler said some are calling this an impeachment inquiry summer calling it an impeachment investigation but at the end of the day he says it doesn't matter what they are what they're doing is they're investigating whether or not to formally bring articles of impeachment against president trump so semantics since aside that's what they're doing that's what they call a distinction without a difference I did he give any kind of sense as to this being how long process what happened today is it seems like something new but in fact it was really just a clarification of what the house Judiciary Committee is already doing this is a vote on a resolution that allows them to designate hearings as impeachment proceeding so it is a step that allows them to formalize a little bit more of this they argue so they can subject witnesses to more aggressive questioning and and kind of keeping the pace of the investigation and some other ways and but for all intensive purposes not a whole lot changed today and speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi was actually frustrated with reporters when she was pressed today on whether this is now an impeachment inquiry she continued not to want to use the I work which is very divest of Nancy Pelosi field and at this point in people's he says a lot like Jerry Nadler doesn't matter what you call it what they are doing right now is oversight to see whether or not impeachment at some point down the road might be in order doesn't this only stake out a position where the committee can exercise a little subpoena power and possibly get their hands on information they wouldn't otherwise be able to. yes it does give them some additional powers in that sense but you have Republicans crying foul saying that Democrats are trying to make this appear like something that it's not because they in fact have not gone through the official process to approve articles of impeachment which is how formal impeachment proceedings began show add without bringing this to the full house Republicans argue Democrats don't actually have more powers but the democratic lawyers on this committee feel very strongly that the vote they took today does give them additional powers to be able to call witnesses with in with greater authority and and hopefully get those answers that that they've been trying to get Jordan selves ABC news in Washington thanks for taking the time with us today thanks so much. all right and we've got your traffic and weather together one more time.

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"one k" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This way we have a first for first floor bedroom that once in awhile okay gets kicked they'll stay it's called ECA across let do Shia all right decision number two on the on the twenty step to check with this the really we talked about how pilots go through the check was the pre flight checklist before they go to their in gosh I wanna make sure that everything's fine before you get up there and say my retirement I wanna make sure everything is fine before you enter retirement check number two though is it worth while to develop a comprehensive financial plan if I'm already close to retirement that's the question you have to ask yourself an answer I think is yes absolutely well with the exclamation point when we say comprehensive financial plan what I think that means or what it should mean is having a retirement plan built in your financial plan and again a plan is not a retirement plan I don't care what anyone calls that you can see right through it unless you have lifetime income streams that are gonna come off from that account over over again for the rest your life you don't have a retirement when you have a fun age when another Oliver funny to wait actually that's step one but step to get you to the finish line right yeah is what you do with the money is that that's the whole point with coach beats talking about you think you've got your four oh one K. you got your vote you know total amounts of money but unless that money's going to work for you as you said to continue on to prosper room you're not you don't have that true income plan and a true retirement plan yes very very important and now step number three who should I trust to advise me about my financial future is a big one because a lot of people trusted the wrong people up and seeing lately what do you think about that well I think you have to go to would refer to sherry yeah and you know again we camped distress enough we got new listeners every week to the financial so far and they say what's a fiduciary they may see it on television commercials of course the truth would usury means that the that person that you sit down with has your best interest in mind when it comes to your retirement and not theirs and yeah they don't care it it's it's all about you folks it's all about taking investment to make sure that the investments are understood completely are minimized with fees if or eliminate the fees and make sure that you trust your plan and you trust your planner and make sure that that money you put aside gives you a lifetime income for the rest your life that is true retirement planning and if you are with the next fifteen people call will.

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"one k" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"To in people think you can't manage them people think you're supposed to give all your money to a four oh one K. with through work or an IRA self correcting is is so important in your retirement because you're gonna have your best interests how can somebody get started to self correct their own record retirements well I understand first of all that it is your money you know you've worked hard for that money that's yours and and unfortunately most of us are are told to put our money into a four one K. or four three B. or T. S. B. whatever it happens to be without any kind of education or any kind of you know counseling and what to do with it you really are your own pension fund manager who's responsible for the returns in in your portfolio it's not the the company that put that four oh one K. together for you is you but no one's helping you to to do that and that's that's not rocket science you they just haven't been taught how to do it rated in its not the stroke the smartest person in the room that is going to do better than anyone else it again it's following a a step step by step process something that we know works that that actually identifies only what's important and that's when the a to identify when price is going to turn any mention alley the analyst the smartest person the room if you're if you are the smartest person room you might want to hang hang out with some smarter people because then you can follow the can follow them and they can guide you through that process and that brings up another point about the online trading academy is that it's sort of like a Country Club for traders you will have interaction with other people we've we find a lot of little groups that have formed within students every time they take a class and might be two or three more people that they form a little relationship with but there are a lot of students who have done very well very successful who will mentor other students our instructors who are professional full time traders they will mentor you but as far as directing your own accounts you can set up a self directed IRA then you really have a multiple a multitude of choices that you don't have within a four one K. the best thing about a four one K. is the free money if you have a match showed do that get that match but you're still you're still encouraged to put more money as much as you can into a four oh one K. I see articles every day about that Max out Natalie Max out and meet the match but put more in well instead of doing that may be what are lot of our students do when they reach the match then they'll put money into a self directed IRA where you can have different assets you can put things in there that will make money in a down market we're all cash if you want but there are a lot of choices that you don't have in a traditional for one case if you have a traditional for one K. in these classes will show you will talk to you about how to properly manage those get better returns from them and and also how to maybe hedge those so if a down market does occur when it does occur you're not going to get hurt that's the thing is you want to be the that you're gonna be your best to word for your own money and that's one of the behaviors that bring success as well as if you have a plan you need to create daily habits write down your goals set a little time aside in and create your future not have someone else maybe even a stranger create that for you in one of the things that you can do to learn.

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"one k" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on KTRH

"One most important thing is don't stop paying premiums on the policy you have currently if you're looking to replace it okay until you have the new one in place keep paying premiums on the old one don't have a gap there because you can find out the hard way that somebody youth that you think can get coverage all the sudden doesn't and you don't have insurance also don't keep their long term care plans a secret okay make photocopies of the first pages of your policies give them to someone is going to be responsible because if if if nobody knows you have the policy and you become incapacitated guess what nobody's going to notify the claim for you so you need to let people know what's going on also apply earlier rather than later okay so if you're not healthy you can't buy a policy anyway so the best time to apply is before you develop any health problems and the younger you are the lower the premiums are okay so the longer you wait it's going to cost you more and then also want one final thing just to think about is that there are discounts if you buy it as a couple okay so if you're if you're married couple you can buy it on both of you and you can get policies that have shared benefits and those kind of things and think about it from the insurance company standpoint it is less risk to them to cover two people on one policy than it is to cover one person individually so you can get a discount on the cost okay so some tips for you and again I'm glad we had this talk I am too Tom it is very complex okay and these policies have a lot of fine print and is a lot of stuff and you know it I would recommend that you have help in examining a policy before you buy one and so I'd encourage you go to our website it's money matters dot net money matters dot net and if you click on meet with an advisor we will schedule time to visit and yes we want to talk about long term care with you for sure and we also want and and and we also want to talk about your four oh one K. your social security planning we want to talk about whether you can retire or not where to get your income from we want to talk about your diversification yeah all those kind of things going to help you to build your entire investment retirement plans okay and long term care is an important component of that and we want to help you with that as part of it so if you go to money matters dot net you can click on meet with an advisor and when if we can help you that is just fantastic we're so happy and if we can't we're gonna tell you that too okay so either way no charge no obligation and we will part France this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship and bogey is right it is absolutely the beginning of a beautiful friendship and if you would like to go to one of our seminars we have seminars designed for those of you who are over fifty retired retiring soon and we.

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"one k" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on KTRH

"One most important thing is don't stop paying premiums on the policy you have currently if you're looking to replace it okay until you have the new one in place keep paying premiums on the old one don't have a gap there because you can find out the hard way that somebody youth that you think can get coverage all the sudden doesn't and you don't have insurance also don't keep your long term care plans a secret okay make photocopies of the first pages of your policies give them to someone is going to be responsible because if if if nobody knows you have the policy and you become incapacitated guess what nobody's going to notify the claim for you so you need to let people know what's going on also apply earlier rather than later okay so if you're not healthy you can't buy a policy anyway so the best time to apply is before you develop any health problems and the younger you are the lower the premiums are okay so the longer you wait it's going to cost you more and then also want one final thing just to think about is that there are discounts if you buy it as a couple okay so if you're if you're married couple you can buy it on both of you and you can get policies that have shared benefits in those kind of things and think about it from the insurance company standpoint it is less risk to them to cover two people on one policy than it is to cover one person individually so you can get a discount on the cost okay so some tips for you and again I'm glad we had this talk I am too Tom it is very complex okay and these policies have a lot of fine print in is a lot of stuff and you know it I would recommend that you have help in examining a policy before you buy one and so I'd encourage you go to our website it's money matters dot net money matters dot net and if you click on meet with an advisor we will schedule time to visit and yes we want to talk about long term care with you for sure and we also want and and and we also want to talk about your four oh one K. your social security planning we want to talk about whether you can retire or not where to get your income from we want to talk about your diversification yeah all those kind of things going to help you to build your entire investment retirement plans okay and long term care is an important component of that and we want to help you with that as part of it so if you go to money matters dot net you can click on meet with an advisor and when if we can help you that is just fantastic we're so happy and if we can't we're gonna tell you that too okay so either way no charge no obligation and we will part friends this is the beginning of a beautiful mind and buggy is right it is absolutely the beginning of a beautiful friendship and if.

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"one k" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Was perusing the internet of things in the wee hours of the morning and you came across this and this is very interesting research says that men become adults at age twenty six and women hit that mark at twenty three you know we're talking about maturity level right and I think a lot of people know that and women tend to hit that point before you guys but it's more than that when you feel like an adult to think about the first time you felt grown up and it's usually related to experiences in life or even food yeah because almost everyone said like having coffee or fruits and veggies in your house meant that yeah I'm an adult now now in here you and I can think of an experience we had where we have that first moment of woe yeah I'm an adult now the moment that I felt like an adult was when I packed up my car and left my parents house in the Poconos to go and move into a new place that was close to my job my new job in you literally yeah when yeah well I didn't say I left it I was going to given the the door is open Toby you can always come back if you want to but your mother and I think you need to move what close your job what we is the age that that happened about twenty so you felt like I'm a grown up now yeah the biggest answers were like having a budget for the first time buying a house filing your own taxes yeah understanding what a credit score is or even investing in a four oh one K. none of those were my first time feeling it now what was yours it was when I officially went in for a career related job interview okay so is what your age like twenty twenty one right and I'm sitting in there and I'm thinking I've got a resume I'm sitting here with a portfolio these role adult words and I'm answering questions related to goals in life after this is what adults do because I transition from student Chile too I'm starting a career chili and for me that was a moment that I work walked into the adult world wow that's bizarre you had an interview and stuff like that well because it was a paid thing my first paid job in DC was it every news talk station down the street I got a there was a voicemail left on the answering machine from the get the that was essentially me getting the job they're like Hey you sent a tape you want the job be up here on Monday at ten so I can say hi to you yeah and we start this weekend right and then hi told mom hi Toby said that I was that was a good for you now I had to go in it's better of a portfolio well because I didn't internships so they want to hear and see some the suffering for talks okay yeah yeah and I was a reporter for this news talk station I think I was a little bit different they just wanted me to be in there to keep the lights on late at night I guess in a way you can read about the moments in life that perhaps triggered that adult feeling for you yeah and see if it is accurate for you the breakdowns of the tell me in Chile pager wash FM dot com something I just don't feel grown up even now you know well if you don't act grown up half the time which is fine because it keeps its young at the point coming up top stories which we're gonna travel industry insiders say you may be being watched when you go into to that room you're kidding me we're gonna make you paranoid that's on the way stay with this it's next to nothing to say play play the part at least obeyed his look at traffic belly doing what it usually doesn't usual spots look at sixteenth street downtown close due to an accident get to where you need to go six three today at things from the sun this summer is eaten up with best paint this five star rated puzzle game is over ninety million downloads and has America talking this means as thousands of pollen levels and tons of cute characters to collect so you'll never get bored don't settle for other mobile games when you can play this summer's hit game click now to download best screens for free.

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"one k" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:57 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Try this one right secondly secondly I want you to notice to both men Lazarus according to the particle in the area they went to the same place what was the question says they were both in hell the struggle is that what is another words somebody will please send us a hate age eighty Hey Hey Hey Hey Hey this okay thank you that's the reason that I got rather like you'll be a with me to help me Hades okay hello Hey these language what would it be for the budget well that would be the grains degrees so okay okay this reach may in the end the poor laws so they went to the same place that once graced okay Rosen I just want to get these few facts here the word hello is found in the Bible several times is denoted and the Old Testament in the Hebrew and she'll and that's found sixty five times in the Old Testament all and then it is the same word as grave that you find in the Old Testament and that's thirty one times he also find it a few times as the word pit in the Bible and that's about three times and different examples and then it's also called hell as we just read it here in thirty one instances and all of these as well as Hades is used eleven times in the Old Testament New Testament and you just look up all these things with their all referring to the same thing it's just the great the great now is somebody going to the grave let let's say we do that this is a little that means that in the race the rich man was talking to this form a lesser roles right right have you heard in the cemetery well the budget in America or any place else in the war do that people could be talking to each other well I used to work at a cemetery in a I never heard that even more certainly not on fire and one side and the other guys look at all the other gods being on fire the other trying to be sarcastic I'm just trying to make a point over you that one that is a lie what is something falls even a child can see if they have open line so there was some lessons some people might argue says but little it was the sole one man's soul the rich man's soul was crying now so that means that that that the sole hello hi not a finger how did it all on yeah it is the soul that separate from the body then why are they a tree beating why do people who believe this way what do you attribute these body leak characteristics into the soul that's supposed to be experiencing this so it doesn't really harmonize with the idea that body is separate from soul if that's even the truth which we are presenting that it is not is that true so all usually chooses was trying to teach them something spiritual lesson okay again the main one that I see is that our decisions in this life will determine how we're going to spend eternity in the total life or eternal let this mobile the book of genesis yeah another lesson is the fact that the rich man was rich and it was a greeted by not only yeah not only did he horde his physical riches but I think it's espiritual lesson there that the spiritual riches the truths and math because the Pharisees had a lot of truth right but they were hoarding it and not sharing it and and Jesus said that we are lights in the world we should let our light shine in may and blessed are those who give rather than receive right and so that meant what we have received we should be channels to give to others of the riches that we're receiving some pass it on and and the the light and the glory would fill the land and knowledge of the got knowledge of god but the rich man was to assist in this story was symbolizing a person that was just putting his light under a bushel and putting his gold and silver and storing it up in building bigger barns and things like that up to twenty three Jesus accused this group of pharmacies and the leaders having the key for the kindle but they didn't open the door this means that they have presented the truth of the gospel I talked to many so people were not entering and people will not but they have the key the key was the water gun yes he is the Jewish nation had the privilege as elder Patrick was saying the Jewish nation had the privilege of holding the great truths of the gospel it was the truth or the oracles as Romans puts it was given unto Abraham into the Asian allies and they were supposed to instead of hoarding those as he was saying spread that truth and we see here that now the privilege of the gospel goes not just to the Jews but to us for gentiles and I'm glad for that because I wasn't born Jewish but yet I still am able to be apart taker of the gospel of Christ and when it's all said and done there are those today who are as like the book of revelation says they are rich and increase with a good price and have need of nothing but they don't realize their true condition and I believe that Christ is trying to teach those in that time as well as us today that as you were saying pass so we only have this lifetime not only to appropriate the truth that we receive but even in a physical sense as well that riches and the World League games seeking and four oh one K.'s in retirement and all these things are not the primary goal as for the Christian because the Christian is looking for a better land I mean hello soul does some other part of the Bible I'm not only particles or diesel or the water got dreams of a figurative way literally if you read genesis four ten what does it says in there well that's where the Abel's blood is crying out from the ground right Hey guys says you know Abel's blood is crying was that lead to the blood it was blood was right now all of course not all the same thing with this bottle it was a bottle of Jesus I gave was teaching is teaching us the the the the the good lessons that their wealth or spiritual wealth okay that we might have no we would process does not guarantee to us you know we know the people it is Earth Day got that's been given all the truth suddenly there's a majority of all of the guys provides people they have been hiding the truth there being present in the present openly why because they want to be a peace with the world what we're saying is we have to be careful because what we're going to spend eternity what the world of turning how we're leaving now this in the Jewish church system had the scriptures that pointed to Jesus as the lamb of god and when he was born in Bethlehem and all the all the world but not just the shepherds and the three wise men but the whole Jewish nation should have been there welcoming the savior to come but state was using the Jewish church to hide that he was using the Jewish church that had the light to block the light and then Jesus resurrected he went to heaven to be our high priest and have an essential sanctuary first in the holy place fans of his ministry any sane use the church to the dark ages that had the light to block the light prices in the most holy place now how many people know what Christ is doing yeah that light is not being shared in the church that has the light yes and the a and a sob yes one comment here going back to the parable of this Lazarus and Abraham and the Richmond are we too are we to believe that somehow the dead there are burning in hell as is taught have communication with those who are supposed to be in salvation could we actually have communication between the heavenly room in the world of the dead as people teach you have to remember here when you read in the parable that we read verse twenty two said that both men were very both men were buried and so the idea that it's in the grave and Abraham having communication to he he says in verse twenty five he says or verse twenty six he says between us so he makes a distinction the Lazarus is with me and so he would be in a heavenly around and then for us to expect that the Bible says that the dragon or Satan and and the book of revelation he was cast out of heaven he doesn't have jurisdiction there and so if he is in charge of hell and I'm not saying that he is I'm given the example if he was how could he and his members of any jurisdiction to talk with anybody up there in heaven not only this could that be enjoying having by seeing others you will be in specially one of your love ones burning right there next to you can't be a ton of good they'll be good I'll be having over the project now that much talking to to burning people right there it is specially if they if they would call out to you on a daily basis like it seems is yes it every day I was in heaven somebody's yelling to me saying Hey hello I mean what what a terrible place have would be if I and that's what the devil wants us to think about having it my dear friends all there heaven is not going to be like that having just go to the place we're hoping it's not no no suffering no tears no normal man okay so this isn't another invasion over a big institutions trying to do too it'll make big business with the feelings of people one one one point in this parable here that comes to my mind now towards the close of the parable it mentions about the response that this so called Abraham is giving the Mrs they have Moses and the prophets let them hear them and he said name father Abraham but if one went on to them from the dead they will repent and it just so happens that this parable and out of all the parables that you read in Christ there are no names given to any of the characters in the parables you can read from as a thirteen on through never is their name given in a parable except for this one and what was the name that was given Lazar's because last year's did rise from the dead did approve the messiah ship of Christ yet the Jews still rejected despite the evidence that he was the messiah and so he gave this parable knowing that the Jews would have the greatest evidence as the parables teaching but yet somehow they were still not believe and that's why he says they have Moses in the profit though one or to rise from the dead they would still not believe that's right yes my brother budget well I just want to say something before you come up it is important a game to understand all this because of all the years people are being trained to debt that people think in the day or day can be heard thank you this bottle the poor man was listening to the rich when a bus burst no I get is a portable we'll be talking about the but another thing that we need to make it very clear that if they could not be all communication anybody who have died already the closest to the dead know nothing there is no knowledge please yes is nine five the living know that they shall die but the dead know not anything truck so soul this theory about people will die that we can be of okay it is very popular did you hear about you know people praying to let's say Mary the mother of Jesus because you know as I was told it might only part of my life that you know she would be like a meeting at the media so to speak between me and the father well the day me Jesus Jesus to the father but why do we need to go through a third person when we can go straight to the father's Regis is right is it the doctrine all the praying to the dead or talking to that that has goes so far there was a roof you know this if you check in history there was in the twelfth century there is somebody invented it was an invasion of mine is local a rosary I don't like to talk about that in another program in Los history usually do they love because of many people okay in the end they use portable like this to make people believe that yes it is okay to pray no fault of fifty eight fifty seven hail Mary and and and so on because.

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"one k" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on KNSS

"Sponsor this half hour one nine hundred numbers that weird he's got one listen here's the thing if you look at history we are now at the longest sustained recovery in history if you if you know history you also note that that doesn't always end that way if he did it comes back down it has to it is the contract eve wave it it's part of economic science I am hoping that things continue to stay really stable up to the up through the election because I think it has political implications but because of that I also don't believe that there aren't people around that would like to see this thing crash because of political and implications please please consider calling gold line right now eight six six gold line one eight six six gold mine have just some things off to the side that is not in dollars in paper dollars papers worth nothing make sure you have something that in case there's a crash you don't completely crash out called old line for all of the information just talk to them about you know how you can invest three or four oh one K. or IRA it but just get the information right now please call gold line one eight six six gold line put yourself.

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"one k" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"one k" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"one k" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"one k" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Disconnected from one another if the ramifications of political conversation ended at even the most contentious dinner table, or if these uncomfortable situations were simply a cable television drama that we could turn off our instincts to confirm our beliefs and avoid any conversations that challenge them wouldn't be so dangerous perhaps we could continue on the path of tuning out the cacophony of political debate. But the reality is that we cannot opt out of the real consequo. Nces of politics in our lives. Politics becomes policy and policy is the road map for the more than five hundred thousand elected officials who make decisions every single day decisions that determine the roads we drive on the schools are children attend the wars, we wage and the taxes we pay when we struggle at all levels to get anything done to pass budgets confirmed judicial nominees and perform even the most basic functions of government like insuring our water safe to drink. It is our daily lives that are affected this dysfunction, isn't what we want for our children, and it shouldn't be what we want for ourselves. Regular people parents and non parents people faith and eight Theus tes students and teachers people of all backgrounds and cultures have to discuss how we want our governments to function and what we want our country to become. We need people who are worried about gas prices, and therefore a one K's and student loan interest rates, and laundry and daycare to talk about domestic policy. We need people who remember the draft and the other who died in Afghanistan and the friend who mission abroad in Spain to talk about foreign policy. We need parents of children with special needs and gifts talking about education policy. We need people who work help desk across the United.

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"one k" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"one k" Discussed on About Last Night

"And it's it goes a little bit goes. And I'm still I'm like what I you know when you love a song. And you're like, oh, I'll sing that song. And then you sing it, and you like doesn't really fit me. You know what I mean? Yeah. But Chapman fast car. That's the one. That's in my range. They'll do night and day. And if you want me to be on the album, I'm just saying right now verbally. Yes. It's on a Matic. But it's really pretty and he sings John is it's just simple as we spent to gather for such a long time. Now news music in me. It's really, you know, how he used to be really sweet back then. Eric select so Sweden. It's just like in its acoustic guitar, but it's to get it gets bigger. And I wanted to use the banned from the from the hotel cafe this kind of helped me out with it. So I don't know. Maybe I'll maybe I'll get it in show time is ticking though. Hopefully, they'll be open. I mean, what does that is that I don't know reporting. Is that a half day is that sounds about a half day? Yeah. I think so. Yeah, it's money in issue because I will go in on renting the studio you will fuss. And you're gonna own me for the fucking car to man. I got a great lease. No, let's talk about it. I don't want money. What are you going to just want? I just want. I I will help you do whatever I'm kidding now. It's a great lease now. Three three thirty record the record. Now. I'm okay with that yet. And I got to be there to watch that your also your pipes to. I don't even know you've probably been asked to describe like have you ever? Yeah. Like. Yeah. Like, I'm a belter like the thing. I Jackson baby sound. Well, that's stuff that time into my voice. I'm not, you know, James Earl Jones. That's for sure. Yeah. What I've discovered though, what took me years and years to figure out for mixers and sound guys. Is that most when you're when you're queuing guys voice? A lot of times they'll take out the one K, which is a frequency. They'll literally just take the the fader and put it down to zero because it's not a good frequency in God's mostly in. When people would be mixing me. I'd go what the fuck happened. Like they you record the song. It sounds great. And then you send it to mix and the mixer just does somebody evoking like what the fuck is going on. I'm not feeling it, you know. And I know I'm not wrong. But then you don't wanna be like the bad guy, and this that and the other thing and like finally, I'm like what is it in? It's the one K in my voice that brings it when I'm singing that. Br. Things the character that what I bring to the table, whatever the fuck that is is that frequency, so I don't know how that explains anything. But I I'm thank God. I figured that out like, you know, at this point in my career. I mean, sometimes people wouldn't do it. And it just was what it was. But when I when they would do it. I will go what is wrong. I know there's something in that. That's it. It's the one K. So now, I know holy shit. You know, knowing is half the battle. They have Joe's said that they haven't told me to stop yet. They haven't there's no well not to my face yet in enemy..

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"one k" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"one k" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We'll be back after these words mytalk one zero seven one everything. Oh, and in case, I don't see you. Good afternoon. Good evening and good night entertainment. The bottom. Feel free. Lotta. Love the one K pace. Swath? Hey. No one can stop me. To hold it up. I do. Mytalk one zero seven one everything. Entertainment. I just to let you know. You're. I'm so happy that you are. Are you? Dude. Just make you feel. Let you know..

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"one k" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"one k" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"Lot of things all right but you might have a loved ones they're not a sophisticated and as organize see you have to set up a great red crawled trail for them to follow it's nice if your wife is simplified and everything is kind of brought in to get to the free more flexibility bo anything else you doubt on on on those type of things cause here is on the i'm worried about with this podcast today right we spent a lotta time on people just leave in the money be happened and then we get to the roll over section and we're you know it's because we've already covered the basics on looking at fun expense ratios diversification recovered that back on leaving it behind in here we are going to roll of our i feel like we met i'm honest the benefits but we were but we didn't on purpose i mean anything else you would out they have i would just think up i would think about this right so a lot of folks they're working with their previous employer maybe there's there's a good company are there's a good a chart apartment has been helping you direct the investments in the four oh one k and kind of pick how you choose they have a rest question there were you can do that and you make the decision okay now that i'm leaving that employer i do want to severed ties and one a role this into an eye ari roll over but i don't know exactly how to do that i don't know what's invest in or how to do it but i've heard of like an annuity are something like that he can make make my life really easy i think it revival it's hard for a second about when and what type of annuity might make sense and when the new be or thing like that might not make sense when it comes to not all right here's what's great about what you just because i think this is what i worry about special people in their leaving the workforce i think you know you're leaving you used to being a sabr you've had that you've had sure you think.

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