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"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To make the rest of it is Yeah let's get over to let's get over to Paul Allen too because we've got idea Stops looking like they may get a boost today And part of that is due to a big rally in the U.S. but there are other reasons as well Paul There are I've got the riskiest screen Kathleen that's ivy car dot com slash GA There we go Now we just had the nikkei open for trade and currently hire by about half a 1% Scott stock so I can kind of mixed in Japan at the moment industrials and IT stocks leading the way everything else looks a little bit quieter Here in Australia meanwhile we've got the ASX pushing higher After a pretty tepid start really we're better now by half of 1% and most sectors higher is just materials that are really weighing on the local index here Got the Aussie dollar meanwhile one of the beta performing currencies in the region So they're currently back about 70 cents U.S. and maybe a bit of expectation around today's reserve bank of Australia meeting This is the first meeting of 2022 widely expected to see an end to the bond buying program which has been running for the past 15 months but the real question is going to be on the path ahead for rate hikes the Abbey's previously said no action until early 2023 market thinks otherwise a number of economists expect to see hikes in the second half of this year so we'll be looking for a bit of commentary around that Very positive session for U.S. markets all of the major indexes higher and particularly the NASDAQ better by 3.4% Tesla one of the standouts there better by 10% critics we sang the recent routes that we've seen in the Tesla share price making that look very attractive for dip buyers at the moment Take a look at E minis though after today's blowout looking at a slightly weaker open than the U.S. when we get going again evenly futures a bit weaker right now Yield on the ten year meanwhile one 78 56 was seeing oil continue to strengthen ahead of the OPEC plus meeting on Wednesday 88 33 for a barrel of West Texas right now And in case you hadn't noticed by my admission there are a whole heap of markets closed today for the lunar new year holiday China Hong Kong Singapore South Korea Indonesia Malaysia the Philippines Taiwan and Vietnam or will have no trading Brian All right Paul Let's get to corporate news Sony purchasing the video game developer bungee for $3.6 billion We get more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Bungie was owned by Microsoft until 2007 It's known for developing the destiny and halo franchises and its credited with putting the Xbox on the map through halo Bunching is Sony's largest video game studio purchase in years And this gives Sony interactive entertainment access to bungie's live game services and tech expertise and the deal comes just weeks after Microsoft picked up Activision Blizzard and take two interactive snag mobile game leader Zynga Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg day break Asia So taking a look at the latest from the property market in China the sales continue to slump even more deeply in January the 100 biggest developers in China suffered a nearly 40% drop in sales from the year earlier compared with a 35.2% decline in December arguably but it keeps getting worse Home sales have been falling since July of last year in fact buyers became less confident after a series of events first liquidity crisis rippled through the property sector then a crackdown on excessive borrowing and the decline in sales helped form a very vicious circle As a result the cash crunch fruit developers worsened and it has made it even harder and harder for them to pay their bills hence these negative numbers were seen Brian Yeah absolutely Be very interesting this week with the markets closed in China and Hong Kong for much of the week All right the time now is 5 minutes past the hour I want to remind our guests or our listeners that our guest is coming up Julian koskey chief investment officer at new age alpha for more on the markets It's time now for a global news.

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"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lot of its chip supply from that really hurt them and they lost production significantly third quarter and early in the fourth quarter And inventory thinned out of So they're really just short on vehicles to sell There's no shortage of demand Now here in the U.S. most of the major automakers reported their fourth quarter sales figures GM's results down for the year while Toyota Honda and Nissan posted gains will hear from Ford tomorrow Paul Let's get a closer look at the market action As the trading day gets pace in Asia let's get over to Brian Curtis Brian What are you watching You guys covered a lot of the major stories there There's some fallout from some of them too like for instance the ten cents C story A lot of investors are concerned that Tencent may sell down It's holdings in vast other areas of its portfolio May 21 it's down 9% today That's 20 bucks 9.1% We also have JD.com down 7.4% In fact the hang seng tech index is just really getting throttled You know it has this feeling Paul of investors just throwing in the towel That's what you get on a certain day or so Hanging take index down 4% Rational rational minds will come to play I think at some point But at least for today you're seeing a lot of heavy heavy selling companies like gigli and wuxi biologic sunny optical These are darlings in the Hong Kong market Neddies shiny solar they're all getting just absolutely slammed today So that's pretty interesting Thanks index itself is down 1.1% The only markets with modest gains are Taiwan with a tax there up a tenth of a percent And as Doug mentioned the nikkei is up a little less than a tenth of 1% And the losses for China huarong extended a 50% So that's another company that is really taking a beating In some other action today you've got gold up it's up only a tenth of a percent but it's trading higher You've got WTI crew now 76 82 down about two tenths of a percent all seems pretty measured there A straight times index down two tenths of 1% And Bitcoin is just a stable here 46,300 O 8 Paul back to you All right thanks very much Brian Well let's take a look at the time one 35 now here in Sydney ten 35 in Hong Kong time for a chick of global news And North Korea apparently back to testing ballistic missiles It's a new year it Baxter but not much has changed New year same old Yeah North Korea but they haven't for a while North Korea is fired well officially they're still calling an unidentified projectile into the waters off its east coast South Korea's chiefs of staff say appears to be a ballistic missile It appears to have landed there in the sea the launch is a first of the new year and it comes just a day after Kim Jong-un urged his country to focus on easing food shortages and containing COVID weather than pursuing talks with the U.S. That would be the last priority South Korean U.S. intelligence are analyzing still at this point A U.S. president Joe Biden says safety for children is a primary concern for the nation but endorses in classroom learning The president says need to protect their own kids by being vaccinated but schools can be opened this winter We have all the tools to keep kids safe Yeah tools being vaccination masking testing The federal government is launching a website this month where you can get test shipped to your home for free All the is now and kids are getting sick especially those two for vaccination Again the president says widespread vaccination is needed and the CDC is rebuffed the idea of a negative test coming out of isolation saying it is based on the time omicron is highly contagious UK prime minister Boris Johnson says the UK can weather the current omicron search A hospital admissions are rising quickly with over 15,000 COVID patients now in hospitals in England alone This is not yet thankfully translating into the same numbers needing intensive care that we saw in previous ways And says testing is the key We've identified a 100,000 critical workers in areas from food processing to transport to our border force and from the 10th of January will be rolling out lateral flow testing for all these workers available on every working day Johnson urging caution over the next few weeks France has hit another infection record over 270,000 infections one day CDC is rebuffing the criticism of its new testing guidelines saying it will not require a negative test for those coming out of isolation says the science of contagion and vaccination rates dictate this decision In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg All right global sports.

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"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over $70 a barrel gold to steady Let's call it $1770 an ounce Bitcoin is lower It just under $48,000 per token Let's get some more color on the pre market equity trading We do that every day with Bloomberg markets correspondent Pretty good They're pretty What do you have Well good morning Paul Let's just start off with some movers very much influenced by the omicron variant and the efficacy of their vaccine antibody drugs And we'll start off with Johnson & Johnson here coming out of a South African study Their vaccine produced virtually no antibody protection against this newest very ingenious shares are flat on the day but Pfizer shares are up 8 tenths of 1% P FE is the ticker you want to watch there Adagio Therapeutics a similar story ADG I's your ticker down 5 and a half percent getting a pair of downgrades from Guggenheim and Stifel after quote a thesis changing news that the omen crown variant escapes its COVID-19 antibody as well So very clearly those with that very news kind of seeping into the stock market picture as well Let's move on though and hit what kind of adjacent to the EV space we'll say and this is of course albemarle ALB This is a chemicals maker that specializes in lithium products which we know also goes into the EV space very significant down 6 and a half percent the ticker is ALB Goldman Sachs downgrading it to a sell from neutral a price target though of $205 up from a 199 This is dispatch despite excuse me mounting EV demand a substantial supply response is coming and will lead to a decline in operating rates The stock is up 65% year to date so I don't know maybe not a bad time to take time This is a company that's called supply chain of Tesla So it's very I look at it as an entry point Exactly We're going to work on the Bitcoin trade for you today Tom Well perfect for lithium and Tesla Exactly All that's connected But yeah so speaking that it is actually related to the Tesla trading such a big boom moving on to Domino's Pizza downgraded to an underweight Domino's Pizza downgraded to an underweight from equal weight over at Barclays a price target of $495 down for 500 They ticker there is DPC down one and a half percent The analysts saying domino has continued to deliver best in class fundamentals but industry headwinds are fading leading to an easing and Domino's tailwind essentially saying that the industry isn't doing well Domino's isn't going to sell side just right clearly The Super Bowl orders aren't going to be as big as we thought Exactly That's the play Yeah let's move on to home improvement Lowe's low shares Dropping 3% after the home improvement retailers forecast for net year sales fall short of Wall Street's consensus estimate you have Home Depot sales or shares HD is a ticker down as well ahead of the bell element end here with a call on sky west To your SK why W getting a cut on their recommendation from cowan to market perform from outperform citing mesa airlines recent results for context yesterday they came out with results that were really not so good for their bottom line Crude thank you so much Pretty goop to there with.

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"paul let" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:07 min | 9 months ago

"paul let" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Matt broke up That's hard That's hard What do you want to say to mat That you miss a minute hurts I want to play that for a mat This goes out to you Matt patty lover by Lionel Richie That's great to spit ever That sounded like Kyle rittenhouse yesterday A little bit I'll let Carl first do all my talking Trump to take Carl Let's talk to our fancy fairfax county school board friendship Call for dot com Hi hi Carl fresh hi good morning Good morning delight By the way our friend pop says tweeted if you want people to think of you as masculine Don't be a stop talking about how masculine you are in three you get a tiny vaccination and do your part for your nation instead of whining about it I mean is it not someone like tweeted the cover in house thing and said boy Brett Kavanaugh's lost a lot of weight I mean it's just this is because his gay men you probably have heard this all your life right about being you know we'll see you're being feminine in some way And this is masculinity to the right wing murdering two innocent people and then blubbering about it Yeah Yeah it is Sorry this wasn't really a multiple choice question No it is You know the false bravado is an epidemic there And it's unfortunate that we feel like as a society that we have to put these we have to put people in these boxes and that they have to perform a certain way for us they're not men enough They're not woman enough whatever But I was saying right wing men am I wrong They're always crying about themselves Like John boner this kind of written house I mean I mean that's their empathy right Yeah But if you have empathy for anyone else then you're see liberal your French and gay I mean it's just all right So Paul let's talk about obviously inflation has become I swear to God It is so on cue the right wing is just whatever's bad for Biden It doesn't matter if it's bad for America They're rooting for it right Like how do we how do we you know make the prolong the pandemic so it's bad for Biden And it's just this is inflation thing feels like just gotcha right I mean it's like or you're not gonna get your toys for Christmas and it's Joe Biden's fault and it's a couple of hang on A couple of tweets I was stuck by Nick newson said yes prices are going up for consumers Why Trump and the GOP sabotaged the COVID response with anti vast anti mask science denying BS that caused longer shutdowns and backed up the supply chain If they'd acted like responsible adults we wouldn't be in this position Where's that media coverage Nick also tweeted dear media when covering rising consumer costs invite economists to describe the global context on the many COVID related factors at play If you bring on left knee and righty pundits to point fingers and shout you're committing journalistic malpractice I won't hold my breath Right Well you know the other thing to think about when we talk about the rising cost of goods is how much profit are the companies that make those goods making Yeah Right You have in many cases multi $1 billion companies that are raking in record profits and rising the prices of their goods You know if there was true competition in the marketplace as an example you look at pampers There's only two major companies that make diapers in companies that make diapers in the United States And so they can rake in profits that can pay their executives millions and millions of dollars more And raise prices on consumers all while blaming supply chains or whatever else even though that may not be the issue Yeah Yeah and also right wing men were using most of the diapers for themselves because they're whiny little Oh I'm sorry I was just you know what Well I have a theme car It's hard to get me off of it Diapers Oh anyway but I mean okay first of all it's like right Travis you said secretary Pete said yesterday I mean most experts say this is temporary and the thing that solves it is solving COVID Yeah And they're doing everything they can to not solve COVID By you know they're going to be helping with the mandates and getting this over They're fighting them right And trying to it's just okay This is the long tail of the pandemic Right And it's only going to get longer if people don't do their part Yeah Get your shots where your masks do your part But as a former political strategist where was this piece I was reading stuff has become more expensive in the U.S. Democrats are feeling the political pressure in Virginia Republicans ran ads blaming Democrats for price increases As you know there's always a reality And then there's a political reality right And we have to get out in front of this before 2022 right This analysis saying the state of the economy is weird at the moment rising wages paired with unprecedented financial relief from the government has actually left families with some savings which is pretty rare in an economy that's coming out of a recession Again this was the biggest disruption panned up since World War II It was the biggest disruption in our economy Obviously the pandemic's not over So this is going to take a second right But it says because families are suddenly able to spend the heightened demand has put it unmanageable strain on global supply chains that are still being disrupted by the ongoing pandemic but it's not like the pandemic is completely over either The workforce is not back to where it was before COVID ravaged the economy Janet Yellen said this is a short term issue inflation will calm down next year as the demand for goods relaxes and supply chains improve And also the build back better plan.

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"paul let" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:30 min | 9 months ago

"paul let" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Crane was stuck out there in this story he calls himself the correspondent There was this comradeship that the correspondent for instance who had been taught to be cynical with men knew even at the time was the best experience of his life But no one said that it was so No one mentioned it The somewhat hard boiled suspicious sometimes cynical crane had a transformative experience there You know just to sum up his approach to the world is that the gods have vanished We live in an absurd meaningless cosmos It's not as if nature is cruel Nature is just simply indifferent This could lead to a nihilistic position about things If nothing matters then why be good and what has worked tells us is that he says no What human beings do with and among one another counts for everything Even if we mean nothing in the cosmos we are the measure of all things for ourselves We can create extraordinary moments of cooperation and solidarity that give life meaning or we can divide go at each other and make life health I think this is the push pull conflicts that he's dealing with particularly in the last years of his writing And it's this position is very close to Camus Existentialism you know before the fact The story the open boat reminded you of one of crane's poems a man said to the universe Sir I exist However replied the universe the fact has not created in me a sense of obligation That's cranes with at work too He could be so deadpan ironic when he chose to be It was such a struggle and not just with his health but with his finances And the stress of it you convey incredibly well Paul Let's talk about the society of his final days Our listeners some of them may not know crane's name but they are far likelier to have heard of his close friends Joseph Conrad Henry James He was friends with H G wells and Ford Maddox Ford not to mention obviously his erstwhile fans and frenemies like Teddy Roosevelt and William Randolph Hearst Why do you reckon crane has been mostly forgotten while the other writers from his day are more red and remembered The answer to that question is simply that he lives such a short life He was a comet who flashed across the sky and then he disappeared He never gained a real toehold in the literary world All of these other writers lived reasonably long lives and they had time to develop time to establish themselves in their different cultures Henry James you never sold that many copies of his books He was not a popular success James real success has come in the many years following his death And now he's considered a master Then he was considered an interesting writer but a little stuffy Wells we don't need to talk about He wrote all his most famous science fiction books then during the period when he knew crane I mean Conrad struggled terribly in the beginning just as badly as crane had but eventually of course he became recognized but crane fell in love with Conrad's work and he understood that Conrad was a spiritual brother and Conrad was overpowered by crane's work And these two became the closest of close friends Conrad worked I think for the rest of his life with the photograph of crane on his desk Conrad wrote very movingly about his friendship with crane The story he tells I mean crane was so weak he could barely talk He was in a bed overlooking the sea He just said I'm so tired Conrad just stood there in the door looking at crane who is looking out the window at a boat passing by You make reference all through the book to things that craned it first The lack of moralizing dialog that in one story you like into Raymond Chandler The sort of beginnings of is it fair to say a stream of consciousness following the thoughts inside of a head during a time of great stress so many things that were later done and I think credited in the popular imagination to others one thing that you note was that his unique ground on which he wrote was coherence and a blur I'm glad you brought this up because it's a fascinating moment in his work If one really wants to understand crane one must read the journalism whatever however you want to define this journalism because some of the most pertinent statements he made are buried in these pieces for newspapers Crane left the city for a day to write a piece for Pulitzer's world on the electric chair It sing sing And it's called the devil's acre Crane goes out and visits the graveyard in which the dead prisoners have been buried There's a house at the edge of this graveyard overlooking the Hudson River and he simply writes this If people on this veranda ever lower their eyes from the wide river and gaze at these tombstones they probably find that they can just make out.

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"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Head down to Washington D.C. world and national news with Amy Mars Amy All right thank you Paul Let's expand a little bit on what Emily was telling you first Let's talk about the shutdown Lawmakers working to move forward on a stopgap funding measure to prevent a shutdown in less than two days Senate Democrats are hoping to bring a continuing resolution to a vote today Bloomberg news has seen a copy of the bill which is really just a stop gap measure It doesn't include anything about the debt ceiling That bill would extend funding through December 3rd and it includes disaster aid as well as money for Afghan refugees We are following that for you This is House speaker Nancy Pelosi talked about raising the nation's debt ceiling As Congress keeps fighting about how to do that And how we go about it will that's legislation We're balancing one equity or another as to timing and the rest on that And now lawmakers are coming up with creative ways to resolve the debt ceiling standoff Democrats want to bipartisan move to suspend it Republicans are not going to do that So now Democrats are coming up with other solutions like something called a $1 trillion coin a gazillion dollar debt limit That seems reasonable and removing Congress from the equation entirely They're trying to get creative to figure this out Meanwhile YouTube is reportedly taking down several video channels associated with anti vaccine activists YouTube is banning prominent anti vaccine activists and content a new set of policies is designed to cut down on misinformation about vaccines that health officials consider effective This is something Facebook did a few months ago It includes content associated with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Joseph mercola who experts say are partially responsible for fomenting the slowdown of vaccination rates across the country Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg.

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"paul let" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"paul let" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Paul, Let me ask you this because you were one of the first. If not the first senator. I think that probably said you had contracted Covid 19. And, um I don't I never. I don't believe I've ever asked you what treatment you received or took, if any, or therapeutics you might have used. If you feel like disclosing it feel free. I believe in medical privacy, Senator, I really have no right to ask you that question only if you want to share it, But more importantly, you have also steadfastly refused to be vaccinated. Now you were backed up by the Cleveland Clinic of pretty prestigious medical institution that if you have natural antibodies, t cell antibodies, even if your antibody levels go down. It would recognize coronavirus now with the onset of the delta, very and followed by the Peruvian Lambda variant, followed next by the EMU variant. Um, do you do you feel the same way? Yeah. You know, I ended up not getting many symptoms at all I could barely tell. I was even had it probably would have never been tested. Had I not been having testing site at the office and they tested me. But the thing is, is that scientific no treatment? Um and really, if you get a mild headache or some body eggs, and you're not in a high risk category that that's going to happen 95 to 99% of time. You don't need treatment. The key is trying to figure out those who are at high risk. It's definitely aged over 65. It's definitely overweight at much younger ages, and there are some other risk factors, but it's talking to your doctor. And the thing is is we all tend to stay home and say Oh, I'll just get better. I'll be better tomorrow. Key with this disease is you can't wait to your very, very sick. You've got to try to get these monoclonal antibodies. And if Dr Fauci cared about the country, and if you want to do anything than chastising us about mask and trying to mandate vaccines, honest He should be telling us. Look, people are getting sick that are unvaccinated. But people are also getting sick. They're vaccinated. There is a treatment, but you got to know to talk to your doctor Early. I've not seen one. I agree with you on regenerative. I've administration and nothing from Fauci on trying to get in early to get the monoclonal antibodies. I know it's something that even the media went with his false report about ivermectin. I've had Harvard trained medical school graduates and and Yale trained graduates on this program. Medical doctors that are on the front lines of this Believe in the mano Colonial antibody treatment, coupled with H C Q. And I've ever met it now. Yes, Cyber Mactan is used in horses and animals, but there is a prescription. War, human beings as well, and they have found it to be part of a treatment program that they say works. I'm not a doctor. I'm not going to play one on radio, but, um, nobody. It seems like you can't even talk about it. What are your thoughts as a medical doctor on those things? I think it's very hard to prove what works and doesn't work in an outpatient setting, because 99% of the people will get better with or without treatment. So if you have 1000 patients and you give them nothing, and you have 1000 patients, and you give them a dramatic and it can be very hard to tell if it works because 99% of people are going to get better in both groups. I simply pointed out to a questioner in the audience that it should be studied, and I thought that hatred of Donald Trump was preventing adequate study of it. But there is actually a phase three studies. So for all the idiots, the CNN idiots and all these people lampooning it as a horse D warmer. It is absolutely approved for humans and just say many, many lives and Cubans, and it is for parasites. Parasites have a similar way of attacking cells to viruses and before they lampoon anybody who mentioned it. How to realize that even the NIH, which is very conservative, and often biased against anything new, uh, they're studying it in the face, three study, so it's been studied internationally. So it's hot Roxy chloroquine, and we should be objective about it. I'm not an advocate for either one. But I'm not one who says that they don't work. I'm saying one is that I'm uncertain. One of these idiots over CNN, right something saying he said he didn't know anymore needed more research. And then they criticized me with an expert saying, Oh, the experts say, it's uncertain. Well, that's exactly what I said. We don't know yet whether it works doesn't work. We ought to be studying these things. I think that I've got to run because of time and we'll have more with you on television tonight. I understand, But I will tell you I mean to not talk about Regeneron or Monta Colonial antibodies is you're right. It's wrong and Um, I and I just, You know, we have to have honest discussions with medical professionals. I'm not one and I don't play one on radio and I refused to tell people what to do, except take it seriously. And I believe in science, and I believe the science of vaccination. But I can't tell people what to do. Doc Doctor and Senator Rand Paul. Thanks for being with us. Listen, um last month on this program, more people more of you. My great listeners got the message and made the switch to pure talk than any other month since I started and I'll tell you why. Because word's gotten out that you're going to get.

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Boris Johnson Warns UK of Terror Threat Amidst Afghanistan Pullout

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson Warns UK of Terror Threat Amidst Afghanistan Pullout

"Unrest has continued in afghanistan while the united states is rushing to complete. Its treat withdraw from the country tomorrow. Us anti-missile defenses intercepted as many as five rockets. That were fired at kabul's airport earlier today. Meanwhile in the uk prime minister. Boris johnson has warned that the country faces its biggest terror threat for many years. He's even suggested offering the taliban diplomatic recognition if the group promises to prevent attacks launched from afghanistan. Well let's get more on this now. Joining us on the line for more as paul rogers author of irregular war isis and the new threat from the margins. Good afternoon to you paul Let me ask you just first of all about. We heard that little extra to the top of the show. From boris johnson. There what did you make of what he's had to say about the fact that you know they haven't been any attacks launched on the uk in the twenty years since the afghanistan campaign started From afghanistan is he being slightly disingenuous with the way that he's representing that information. Holden's likely yes. i mean. the reality is that there'd be many attacks in britain. They've had a lot to do with the kind of what you might call this. The inspiration that you've had from what has happened afghanistan and the development of the wars in iraq and elsewhere so yes attacks organiz specific from afghanistan very few and far between at least as far as world outside of south asia concerned within afghanistan. It's a very different case. But in a way i mean mister. Johnson is a mousetrap physical rhetoric. I think this is what we're seeing in this statement.

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Expect low ice years on Lake Superior to continue

Climate Cast

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Expect low ice years on Lake Superior to continue

"Little to no ice floating along marquette bay noah reported january's total ice coverage in the great lakes to be the lowest in the last forty eight years lake superior. Ice cover briefly grew to fifty percent during our february arctic outbreak but that fleeting is vanished just as quickly with our mild march. I'm npr chief. Meteorologist paul hutton. And today on climate cast. What are longer term lake superior ice trends telling us about climate change in the upper midwest professor j austin researchers all things lake superior with the large lakes observatory at the university of minnesota duluth high. Welcome back to climate cast. Thanks for having me on paul. Let's start with this past winter. What was notable with ice cover on lake superior It was a really unusual year very low ice covered starch and we had that remarkable cold air in february and we ended up with fleetingly above average ice levels superior and just as remarkably. They went away really quickly. And how does this fit with the longer term ice trends that you're seeing on lake superior and the great lakes. I expect that we're going to see Significantly lower than average ice cover this year and basically since about nineteen ninety eight. We've had a long string of relatively low ice cover on lake superior with some exceptions like like the polar vortex in twenty fourteen where we had nearly complete coverage for two months.

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The issues driving healthcare in 2021

The Hospital Finance Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

The issues driving healthcare in 2021

"Researcher and widely known industry expert. Paul recently wrote about what he sees coming for healthcare and twenty twenty one and we're happy to have him back on the show to discuss his analysis. Paul welcome back. Thank you mike. So lots to unpack with healthcare from this past year of twenty twenty and heading into twenty twenty one. And i think it just makes start. It makes sense the sense to start talking about Cove in our discussion. So what do you see for. Vid financial relief going forward for both patients and providers in two thousand twenty one well in addition to the three trillion of relief funds that have come through the system. in twenty twenty There'll be another trillion that comes through with targeted to unemployment benefits to small business and some individual relief for certain populations but The way to think through this is the first six months of two thousand and twenty. one are Were managing the last hopeful stage of the pandemic in the us but it's lingering impact will continue long after the first two quarters The economy a world closed twenty twenty when we get those final numbers at about seven to four percent below On the gdp basis and our federal deficit will be sitting somewhere around twenty seven trillion and change so our net worth As an enterprise if you will Will reflect an eighteen trillion dollar Asset and a twenty seven trillion dollar long term deficit. So we gotta. We're upside down on the deficit side and that'll become more important as we can have come out of the pandemic in the last two quarters of next year and beyond so mike i think pandemic is still the story but it's pandemic and what's next and a lot of that will be defined by the policies of the administration and much of that defined by the constitution of congress especially the senate because this was not the change election that democrats had expected a more A repudiation to some extent of kind of a far left view of government Voters like the idea of a divided government especially the top half of the income ladder and the market says. We're not so sure that congress ever figures things out as easily as the private sector so there was a pretty significant rejection of some of the bigger government run solutions. That's not going away but it's been buffered by the election so The way to think through the next two years at least is incremental changes that will satisfy more kind of a centre-left anna left side of the voting spectrum but not the major changes that were promised in the campaign. great analysis paul Let's talk tacticly about

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Despite La Nia, 2020 could be hottest year on record

Climate Cast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Despite La Nia, 2020 could be hottest year on record

"Just how far out of balance is earth's climate system when the numbers are in two thousand twenty is likely the first or second warmest year on record globally and that makes the past seven years the seven warmest years on record. It's an unprecedented run of warmth. In the global surface temperature record dating back to eighteen. Eighty penn state university professor. Michael man has spent a career tracking climate trans. Hi michael welcome back to climate cast. Thanks it's good to be with you. Paul let's start with twenty twenty. Where does it look like. Global temperatures will finish. There's a good chance that twenty twenty will be the warmest year on record. That's particularly surprising given. It's a la nina year. We have a la- nina event. The tropical pacific that tends to cool global temperatures a bit michael in a balanced climate system. We would expect a mix of warmer and colder than average years. How far out of balance is earth's climate system to have the past seven years be the warmest on record. Yeah well it's way out of balance and in fact a few years ago we estimated the likelihood that we would see these sort of streaks from chance alone in the absence of human caused warming and that probability is tiny one in ten thousand In one of our estimates as one article an article in discover magazine summarizing findings stated that the chances are a snowball's chance in hell basically is how likely we would see that from natural factors alone so when we include the human factor of increasing greenhouse gas concentrations in the models that we are able to reproduce these stretches of record warm temperatures that we're seeing we saw what you might call one benefit from the pandemic this year it looks like global greenhouse gas emissions are down about seven percent but i noticed the atmospheric. Co two levels aren't budging michael. What does that tell us about how much we need to lower emissions to get an atmospheric response in co two levels. Yeah it's sort of like a bathtub and you know if we turn the faucet down but it still on and the drain is closed. The water level won't stop rising until we turn the knob all the way off and that's essentially what we have to do. When it comes to the climate crisis we need to turn down that knob in reach what we call net zero no net carbon emissions into the atmosphere within a few decades and we need to bring carbon emissions down by roughly factor of to within the next decade if were to stay on that path where we keep warming below truly catastrophic levels more than a degree in half celsius or roughly three degrees

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"paul let" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"paul let" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We are back with. Oh, my gosh, honey, guess that we have today. General flame, Sean Davis and now poor Kingo. He is a professor that we love Growth. City College executive director of the Institute for Faith and Freedom, author off amongst other things. The politically Incorrect Guide to Communism. My favorite dupes how America's adversaries have manipulated progressives for a century. And his latest away. I highly recommend it the devil and Karl Marx. Professor Kang. Go. Did you eat Turkey for Thanksgiving? Well, I did said, and I'm probably your only guests today and on honored to be among those names, But I don't think any of the others raised their own turkey like I did, Right. Well, I don't know. I don't think so. We haven't We get Charlie Hood on down again, and I know he's a farmer. I don't think General Flames or Shawn or Chris Buskirk did. I am very impressed. Professor Andre Farmer Paul Let's talk about your latest piece. It's Pennsylvania bombshell is the title. And I'll just I'll just read one sentence. Well, first you open it with this lovely phrase. There are landslides. And then there are landslides and you go on to write the following what surface During the hearings in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on November 25th 2020 may set the standard For electoral outrageousness. Please expand. Yeah. And then this was this was Thanksgiving Eve Seb. And yet, and it was. These were hearings that were held at the Wyndham Hotel and Gettysburg. They started about 12 30. In the afternoon. They ran for about four hours. They were convened by Senate Republicans in Pennsylvania. So that would be a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Senate. The Senate Majority Policy Committee dug mass Triano at his request. And they had testifying. There was a retired colonel named Phil Waldron, who's a former combat officer. He is a background and army information Elektronik warfare. Rudy Giuliani was there. Of course, the Trump legal team and and I I saw this on Wednesday night. I saw it reported by Great Kelly of Newsmax. That was the only source that I saw Report. This it Walter and Trump and absolute bombshell. He said that there is a batch of votes. What would you call a spike anomaly in the voting? That they recorded 570,000 votes for Joe Biden versus on Lee 3200 for Donald Trump. 570,000 for Biden versus 3200 for Trump that the 99.4% for Biden and 0.6% for Donald Trump. And this, according to Waldron happened in about 90 minutes in the state of Pennsylvania and I saw this. My jaw hit the floor. I checked other sites. I Googled the next day I looked for other sources to see if anybody reported this. The only places I could find it. I found it at bright part. I found it real clear politics. That was it. Nowhere else it In fact, this piece for American spectator I had to type up my own transcript. Yeah, I had to go go find the hearings on YouTube. And listen to the exchange and type it up, because no one even reported on it. So so I'm sitting there wondering, you know, 570,000 and 3200. How? Why? Who? Who did? What does this mean? And? And am I the only one interested in this is no one else even looking at it. Well, you're not the caller we spoke to in the last segment raised exactly this issue. We're going to pull Kangol. Follow him right now. Dr Paul Kingo. On Twitter. The article is Pennsylvania bombshell Biden 99.4% versus Trump. 0.6%. Let me ask the big picture question, Paul, You're an expert on communism. You've written numerous superlative books on the subject are we now are just a Banana Republic in America. Well, I mean, I don't know for there, but I mean, this is not good. I mean, when you can have faith in an election, and and I gotta say in Pennsylvania, I mean this. I don't know how something like this could have happened. I mean, was this done? Elektronik Lee Is this one of these So called quote unquote algorithm situations right that Sidney Powell has been talking about who literally has their finger on the button, and they've even worse and getting to your banana republic. Question is in the state of Pennsylvania that the mail in ballots, situation said is completely chaotic. And and and I've gotten. I've gotten probably a dozen emails. Since I wrote this piece over the weekend from professors, mathematicians, other professors and Pennsylvania A guy retired from the Federal Reserve is a PhD economists. All these people ready to be trying to figure out how many nail in ballots were sent out in the state of Pennsylvania. We're having trouble even nailing that down and I could tell you on the Tuesday night, November 3rd Fox, CNN, MSNBC. Everybody thought it was maybe one million to two million mail in ballots might have been sent out probably maximum two million with the very latest at the Pennsylvania Office of Secretary of State says it's 3.1 Million mail in ballots were sent out. And something like 2.5 or 2.6 Million were returned. Which, by the way is an astronomical return rate. I mean, that's like, almost 90% return rate. So so you weren't what we got. We got 30 seconds left with Professor Kangol. What does this all lead you to hypothesize? Well, what's so bad about this is that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court made this possible by going outside of its jurisdiction. The Pennsylvania legislator Legislature makes makes election laws So and you can't and the Trump administration is trying to challenge through that same Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which keeps up smacking them down. When they challenge it fit, and I'm the best banana republic like that. It's pretty disturbing. The Constitution is clear. It is the state houses that change the way elections are run. But that's not what happened in Pennsylvania. Follow him right now, Dr Paul Kangol on Twitter and check out his superb books wherever you get your books from I'm Sebastian. Gorka. Thank you, Professor. This is America first on the Salem radio Network, come into your life. From the relief factor dot com Studios relief factor Pain relief that his drug free and actually works. Listen to camp from Arkansas..

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Republican Voters Reflect On The Republican National Convention

All Things Considered

04:08 min | 2 years ago

Republican Voters Reflect On The Republican National Convention

"The Republican National Convention wrapped up on the South Lawn of the White House last night. That's where President Trump gave the final speech of the week He talked about law and order about American greatness and bash Joe Biden. We wanted to hear from some conservative voters on how the message is from the RNC landed this week from President Trump's speech last night. I feel like this was the line when he said that we do not put our trust In politicians or government. As our Saviour. We put our faith in Almighty God. Listen, Dick button, and I would second that when I saw the young man speaking about how he was cancelled. So were you talking about Nick Sandman, the young man who had Had the experience on the National Mall. So he got featured and talked about the idea of cancel culture. And it's something that is very important to me because my Children are more conservative. When they go out to college, or even at work. They will be. I don't know they will be bullied. I feel that there is an issue of freedom of speech. This is Dick Button ing. I agree, Chauncey. I really appreciated his speaking and for a young man. He really did a great job of stating. How he throat there were so many black Republicans Black Latino Asian, It was sort of a multi racial vision of the party that isn't necessarily in line with the data of the voting patterns. Can you talk about what you thought about what you heard from those speakers? Well, I think it's something that needed to be pointed out. Yes and tohave the black people coming forward and making that statement I thought was good. It was absolutely necessary for the convention to have people of different backgrounds and different status in life because It's the media and it's the message and that's what's causing all the unrest that saying Either you're here or you're there, and that's unfair. It's been unfair to the president from day one. You said something that this is the cause of unrest. This divisiveness What's your response to the viewers who say the cause of the unrest is police misconduct? Listen, this country is a big country with a lot of police departments and They probably are and there is justice. That's nothing Serve properly to say that it's systemic to state. It's systemic. To me, that's cowardice. My daughter is a nurse. And there are good nurses and there are bad nurses. There are good doctors and there are bad, doc and there are good policemen, and unfortunately what back we spent, and I'm sure we've all had that. Paul. Let me let you jump in here. Clearly, there are instances of excessive use of police force. Police officers are, in fact human beings and some human beings. They're bad things, whether by mistake or by malice, the insistence on framing The use of police force in racial terms has ruined any chance of an honest conversation about it. Right now, the president is dealing with a number of crises. There's the pandemic, There's thie. Massive job loss. And there are these protests over police misconduct. The's are all things that have happened under his watch. It's a little different from being new to the political scene and saying Here's how I'm going to improve things. If voters on the fence and watching all this why should they not think that the buck stops with him publicly here? I'll jump right in on that the president actually tried to get out in front of the Corona virus. The steps that he tried to take initially were blocked and he was chastised for them by the opposition party. As well as the riots that have been going on. The president has offered help to the cities and states. Not only has he been rejected, he had been ridiculed. He's been told to get out of there State He's been Billa vied. It sounds like what you guys were saying is the message to voters is None of this is his fault, and he tried and he needs another four years to improve the situation. I would go so far as to say it's sabotage.

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"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tuesday morning in Hong Kong and 9 30 I am here in Sydney. Pull Levin and I'm Duck Christner at the Bloomberg Interactive Broker studio in New York. Top of the hour. The action will begin in Tokyo, Sydney and Soul. And so faras Equity Trading is concerned. Look for the tech stocks, perhaps to perform very well. We had a record high today in the US for the NASDAQ Come details on market action momentarily when we check in with Brian Curtis right now, a few of these hours top business stories Paul Let's start with a Corona virus vaccine being jointly developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca, it is showing promise results show it increased levels of both protective neutralizing antibodies. And also I mean T cells. Richard Horton is an editor for The Lance of Medical Journal. And he told blame beggar what to expect from a phase three trial of the vaccine, So we need to be doing the studies in places where there's a lot of virus around. So these base, three trials have been conducted in Brazil. In South Africa as well is in the United Kingdom. And the idea is that you take two groups of people. One group of people gets the vaccine the other group gets to control on then you see whether the vaccine has in the protective people from the infection. AstraZeneca, Zeneca's said the hope is to start delivering a vaccine before the end of the year. Well, there was some other vaccine projects delivering positive results today, one from Pfizer, along with the German biotech firm BYO N. Tech companies reported data from early trials of their experimental vaccine. It showed ah high level of T cell responses against the virus. And at the same time China's Can sayno biologics also completed the second stage of human testing for its vaccine candidate should say here that three stages are required before any pharmaceutical product can be sold. It's vaccine shot was shown to be safe at was able also to induce a an immune response in patients. Apple will soon invite a mainland Chinese company into the exclusive club of global iPhone assemblers Winston as announced the sale of its iPhone factory in China to the Chinese manufacturer, luck share. The introduction of a homegrown Chinese company could help Apple school points with Beijing at a time when US China tensions are high like share shares gained as much as 7% on Monday. After the announcement, Moloch, which turned fell up to 10%. After the bell here in the U. S. We heard from IBM, the company reported quarterly revenue above estimates. Sales totaled 18.1 billion. Now to be fair, that was down 5.4%. Last from last year on a rock. Rana is senior software and services analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, He says IBM got a major boost from cloud demand last quarter. You know Theo Cos undergoing a product three first cycle and it seems that you know that really helped growth this quarter. Obviously, the red hat contributing to cloud sales. That's the other big driver. The other that so that was the red hat acquisition that he's referring to there. It's important to point out that IBM withdrew its full year earnings forecast back in April, and the company didn't provide a new forecast. Today. IBM is also cut thousands of jobs in recent months as the company reshapes it's business. We got trading underway here in Sydney and in Tokyo at the top of the hour for a closer look at what we can expect is the new trading day gets underway in Asia. Let's get over to blend Becks, Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, Brian Actually, Paul. We saw a little bit of this on Friday in trading in Asia. We had technology starting to rebound after what had been a week week last week. Oh, boy, You know what I mean. NASDAQ was actually lower last week, down more than 1% and Amazon was down 8% last week. It got it all back today, rising 8% in the U. S session. It's almost like Last week, investors were trying the trend of buying into some of the value names that have been down and continue to be down rather sharply, maybe 2025%. From previous levels before covert 19 hit, But then they sort of chucked it today and money roared back into technology here in Asia. We had a lot of lines crossing in the last 15 minutes or so. Valet second quarter iron output. It's 67.6 million tons. That was lower than the estimate of 69 million Japan's June core consumer prices came in unchanged year on year. The estimate was for a drop of 0.1%. At the same time, the Nikkei was reporting this morning that Japan plans to raise its economic assessment for the month of July, and also we had the top financial regulator in Taiwan, saying that global banks are looking too Teo relocate or to locate in Taiwan and leave Hong Kong. So that's something that cos apparently are planning. I'll take a closer look at this in the in the media review a little bit later in about 15 or 20 minutes. Looking at some of these banks and way they're caught in the squeeze here in Hong Kong right now looking at the Hong Kong dollar, it's trading at 7 75 20 And this is a story also that kind of plays into two where the banks are here in Hong Kong, Dalian, 107 $25 was weaker down to about a six week low, and we're pushing 1200 to the lower side of 1200 on the Bloomberg dollars spot. Right now 12. 01 could oil at $40.69 And as Paul said at the beginning Most of the future to tracking higher equity futures higher here. Pull back to you. Alright. Thanks, Brian. Well the EU nations not getting very close to a compromise stimulus agreement. It. Baxter's.

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"paul let" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now and save more during their special summer sale. Goto Lifelock dot com Use promo code Risk Sale ends July 20th. Let's get a look at that weather with Wftv Fox Sixes. Mickey Ferguson another scorcher today, Huh? Yes, sir John, We've got highs near 96 degrees going into this afternoon. That's on average, but could be a little warmer than that into West Alabama. That's where a heat advisory has been issued again today with, uh, that expiring at around 70 and partly cloudy, though only a 20% chance of showers tonight slows down to 75 mostly clear overnight this weekend. We're looking at highs both days Saturday and study near 97 degrees, so very toasty temperatures and only a 20% chance of rain. From the very first solar weather Center. I'm Mickey Ferguson for Alabama's morning and right now it is sunny. 76 degrees at Birmingham News, Traffic and Weather Station. NewsRadio 1055 W. Alabama's more news with J T I'm John mounts filling in forms, along with former Alabama state representative Paul DeMarco and Paul Let's talk about something that's really important because we've talked about schools. We've talked about the convention. We talked about a lot of stuff, but one thing we haven't talked about is Football. There you go. College football, and a lot of people are concerned about college football. And if there will be any college football Well, they should be. I mean, we're usually this time of the year. SEC media days. Six weeks off five weeks off from the first kickoff. But look, you know, based on what some you know, some campuses said. They're not even have any college sports period. Others air saying Well, they're going to just play within.

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"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business care group social Paul let me just raise this possibility that but the problem that the administration as are some people otherwise the United States may have is not worthwhile way it's nothing of what was a bad company does bad things and it's certainly not with the success of walk away if anything maybe the reverse concern you're so successful you become more down or at least have a larger market share the concern is with Beijing and you cannot control with Beijing may do to you or me try to get you to do and I think that's the concern that doesn't make your position somewhat more difficult I don't agree I've been in the company eleven years and I don't agree okay so one degree with that position title what else I use now Joe about focus Mr in the board every time I meet any of the board members every time an annual conference half yearly conferences Mr and it's quite clear let's talk about much market share in competition Mr Innis stated many times you cannot have too much market share if you take too much market share what will happen to you they'll be no first of his no competition especially western companies is no innovation the reason this industry is so interesting and exciting the reason that five G. hold so much promise is because of the opportunities that it can do especially to indicate to industry and that's where it can transform things could you imagine if everything was connected holy advances would be able to make by pulling die trucking to through the cloudy to super computers with a I will be able to fix things like cancer we've got to fix things like different types of diseases good thing for humanity to Mr in is always say you can't take too much market share number one number two you must provide a healthy ecosystem you know David lost you we spend more than eleven billion US dollars with American supplies of of components and and software another another pots we would continue to do that fifty which would allow us to continue to be part.

"paul let" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"After Paul let himself he said that's fine I can do that now when you go to make a presentation to the president I'd states you don't get to do what I've tried to do here tonight with power point you don't do all that you go in and you start he jumps all over you go back and forth it's like a lighting round of the game show you and you have to be able to talk about everything and everything under the sun and then come back to your topic this is how he died just information he's a very high energy person when it comes to me this is of all you got to be ready but you also got a nose so stone cold and people talk about fifteen other things you can keep going in the conversation us you gonna get creamed in this meeting goes okay I can do that so we go in and something absolutely fabulous happened we go in we sit down and Paul sits across the resolute desk a present I states and says that was present his my presentation he goes he starts and the present when talk for six or seven minutes I've only seen at one of the time he let him complete the entire presentation at the end of Paul said miss present that's what I want to accomplish the office of the information right to a fair the next six months and presents it looks back it's yours me ask you a question it seems to me that you have the perfect job for you that you love this job more than any other job in the in the whole world this is the perfect yeah this is the job that god put you on the planet to do and falls like yes Sir I think no no no I don't I don't know no no there's a little bit I mean this is the perfect job for you you could not be any better doing exactly this exactly right now exactly right here bosses yes Sir I think that's probably not all yes No Way if you could be you doing this job for you could be say Tiger Woods you can talk was not just last week not just in the Augusta not to but I mean talk was ten years ago with all the winds and all the money and all the all the magazine covers if you could be you we talk once who would you be and Paul ray this diminutive little thirty something year old guy leans across resolute desk takes off his glasses books presentations as Mister president we can achieve everything that we achieved today in this meeting Tiger Woods is gonna want to be me.

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"paul let" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"His. Tiger tiny baby. Teddy if I had a funk master flex by hit it right now. This is hot this brand new tiger. Chris Brown, Jay Balvi you know, that new album on the way during this. But us you hear me the city. Nobody in the world is playing this new tiger hot, medifast. Come on brand new tiger. J Bhavan is Paul. Let's go. Into. Bangor maine. And that. I just go up like pacman. You got money. Nobody. Your pennies on baby. They'll stop. Mobile. Better watch those, you'll find senior mckeon. Memorial. Would thank. Them web. Getaway. On to money. That when the levels at. Chris. Hip hop morning show, next who.

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"paul let" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Named by bucks original announcer. Eddie set for what they were making three back in the day. So right off the bat bango has a championship pedigree right there. And if you remember about ten years ago when the bucks started the fear that year moniker was during the playoff series against the hawk is game six he took a ladder that had these fifty seats any winter the top and he did a backflip off this ladder bid at dunk. No problem. I was on the second level I level with it with bang goes. I thought he was going to die. I'm never seen a mascot in something. So crazy before it's one of the most viral mascot videos out there. So our mascot is willing to do anything. And if you come to games, you'll see MRs bango, you'll see many bangles you'll see angles ailing family of them. So this little week out a whole whole crew of books bang for that deer overpopulate. Even with. I'm a little bit fearsome of the rappers calling the heard, but I guess, I guess that's a little dark it. Sarahspain Jason Fitz. Pain and Fitz talking to cabbie Richards of TSN and Paul Henning of Bruce city bucks. Two of our stump speech givers, telling you why you should be rooting for their squads right quickly. Guys. I need to hear you admit a weakness of your team in this upcoming series to prep us for the match up. So Paul let's start with you. Where do you see the biggest weakness and based in the raptors? Biggest weakness thing I'm concerned about is Paschal Sayaka average second most points against the bucks than any other team this year. And I he's gonna be a Manso problem. I know he's got a little bit of a health thing going on. And honestly, I was in guard him extremely well. But he's gonna get a lot of time on him. So that's the number one thing that I'm worried about obviously, quite Leonard is going to be a problem. Chris Middleton has guarded and pretty well this year about the sites that the biggest problem is that fucks having space this raptors team, we didn't face them with assault. They didn't face us with Mitch. So there's not a lot to go off for the regular season game. So we so we don't know that'd be how it's gonna play out. I think it's going to be a chess match between us two coaches. They can go big. We can go big. We can go small. They can go small. If to really highly adaptable teams that do things very well shooting the three getting out on the break. So it'll be interesting to see the coach. Matchup breakdown where the mismatch is going to be excellent stuff cabbie the weakness for the raptors facing the bucks. So the raptors own weakness that we that they showed in that series against Philadelphia's missed open shots. Raptors create so many open looks and PASCAL Ceac has missed a few Marcus oil is missed a few. Both guys are very hesitant. So I'm concerned with that. And then just how are we going to guard the Greek guy Jaanus onto Toco like we as Nick nurse gonna send an extra body. He's got these dangerous shooters on the outside. So that that's that's a concern for me. But for Toronto is just hitting open shots. And are the bench has performed has underperformed in the playoffs so far. Yeah. Absolutely. Quite leonard. Doing a whole lot of lifting got helping that last game. But they're going to need more of it in this series. Awesome stuff guys enjoy game one tomorrow, and thanks for coming onto rep your squads much. Appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Thanks sentimen. Absolutely. Thank you so much cabbie Richards at TSN, Paul Henning, Abreu city, bucks dot. Dot com. Thanks to those guys at Spain and Fitz. There's being Jason Fitz on ESPN radio ESPN app..

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"paul let" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back Paulino as we talk about his work on the paranormal side, Paul. Let's get back to this Xers. Did you have your doubts of its ability to work? Yes. I did. Because as I say, I think these things were feeding upon it. They there are about nine different species of these parasites of leaves are. I gotta fight over the years. I back in the eighties. I was thinking of naming them by class, but too much like Ghostbusters classify four vapor and the more like species, depending on how they operate where they operate, and this sort of thing, I think that several can do the possession thing. But I think that what is actually happening. This gets into sort of the multi verse ideas that are the us. I think what happens is that the thing with. The mother versus everything that could possibly exist. Does exist every possible outcome that that could occur is in some point in this multi verse, you know, somewhere some win Stein, essentially proved a mentioned fifty two at least what is Syria relativity that time really does not exist in any objective form. It's a function of our consciousness, this kind of let will be the floodgates some really strange. I did. So I think these parasites at some point are I'll give you an example from when I was speaking at the mount Ida college up near Boston many years ago. I love to speak at colleges because the kids ask great questions, and they put the big armchair like Santa Claus later. They kids come up and tell me their stories two freshman girls came up, and I said, and I've been talking about human relationships in the multi verse. And they said why is it? We had never seen each other before in our lives where the station day there. We are cross a crowded hallway. We were sisters from the star is if we always known each other, and I said well at some point. In or somewhere somewhere in the multi verse? There is a universe. Where you literally are each other. I didn't have to say another word. They understood completely. They said, that's it. And they went, you know, skipping merely away. They had an answer. I assume that's correct. I believe it. But in the dark side of it is that at some point you have a possession case where the parasite has discovered the point of identity with the victim with host, right and the host kind of has to and I opened find that the people who are the centers of these would it be a poltergeist outbreak or possession case almost at times kind of enjoy it the enjoy the attention sometimes seven little baby told me that. Okay. Despite these horrific experiences, there's something satisfying about uniting with another facet of yourself. Even if that that facet as a parasite that has wild willy concept. A lot of people have trouble getting their heads around. But I think that's really happening and the possession. Is actually a point of density. Nobody's possessing anybody you becoming one with another aspect of yourself that in this case happens to be a hungry.

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Paul Pierce says he had a better career than Dwyane Wade

Channel 33

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Paul Pierce says he had a better career than Dwyane Wade

"Of old athletes, David and their legacies. I wanna talk to you about Paul Pierce versus Dwayne Wade. And after the segment, I don't want anybody to say, we don't sound like a typical ringer podcast. Okay. Is this a check enough for you is it are you ready, man? All right. This started as an NBA countdown segment where the gang was going on one of those hot take but not really hut. Take things about Dwayne Wade for Zelen Iverson, besides Ahah, Thomas, etc. And then Paul Pierce was asked who was better him or Dwayne Wade and with an assist from Michelle Beedle? He went in listen to this Paul riddle me this who's the better NBA player. This is August laid off the bat. Can you give me check? If you give me LeBron. Yeah. We got that late. But like early. The holy of my career what? Well, let me ask you this. What would have been a perfect time for you, Paul. Let's make sure we get this all twenty four years old kmby set what I'm twenty four twenty you give me the prime in boss. I'll be sitting no five or six championships easing. So that you as a better be. I played ten years who you know who Antoine Walker. But here's the deal moment. That's all I knew you were going to the perfect sports debate. TV segment of all. I really do. Can I out line the ways for you? Yeah. Please. Please explain. Yes. Well, there's two fairly legitimate sides to the debate Paul Pierce is better than Dwayne Wade. Where the case he just outlined in his very old, man way. And then there was his co host Jalen rose making the reverse case and slightly humiliating reverse case for Dwayne Wade.

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"paul let" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

12:17 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Thanks Paul. Let's jump right back into our discussion with sales expert David Premier who went from award winning scientists which I just really love love that background to leading top performing sales teams to leading top performing sales teams at high growth start ups. We're talking about where frontline sales teams the I._S._A.'s in the B._d._R.'s of the world should be sitting within an organization so David as we were talking about bridging the gap and how marketing and sales can better bridge the gap to support inside sales. I know we're talking about where should they live under marketing and sales as the higher sort of context of the conversation station. We talked about feedback sessions. We've talked about common language. What are a couple of other tools or resources that you think companies should be considering to help bridge the gap and really help unify defy marketing sales organizations through inside sales for sure you one of the things that we were talking about earlier? Is this idea that in inside sales we take our youngest least experienced in people almost in the work and put them among the front of the locomotive the tip of the sphere the talk to customers in hopes of enticing them so they get to the rest of our organization. which is you know? Let's say more senior more equipped to handle the heavier duty of sales cycles in customer conversations and that AH is obviously a huge problem. It's a huge problem in evening taking that aside for most organizations. Here's a fun little test for you. I want you to go round your walk around your office and asked people in various different parts of your organization Sales Marketing Customer Success Support Executive Team Launch asking this question. What do we do? What do we do right and I want you to hear how people describe what you do at your company? Chances are if you're that Oh feel bad. Chances are like most companies probably hear a lot of different things a lot of different things and imagine now that you are a young inside sales rep in an organization where all these different conversations all these different descriptions are being thrown around. You're not going to know what to say and unfortunately unfortunately in a where I typically will get involved with an organization now. I definitely do a lot of work on the what do you do messaging front with companies but a Lotta Times companies will come to me with issues on you know a negotiation issues objection handling issues in there saying hey look we're giving away these discounts at the end of the sales cycle or having a poor conversion rate from this step of the funnel that step and we don't know what's going on and often times. It starts way back at the beginning when someone asked you what is it that you did and you weren't able to answer a high conviction focused compelling emotionally driven way in so the biggest thing that I would suggest to people are saying is to help arm your inside sales reps with really good name we can get into it if you want but not just messaging but messaging kind of a delivery mechanism so that when their prospects when the people who are deciding whether or not they want to engage in the sales cycle with you. Ask What is it that you do do they are able to respond in a compelling emotional high conviction fashion that I would also say aligns with marketing. You should have a consistent story across your messaging supply chain absolutely and I do think that there are plenty of times when you will not get a consistent answer to what do we do. There will be a lot of variations. Hopefully the core is the same but how are you going to take you know an inside sales person which is often in time somebody fresh out of school or working. They decided maybe later on in life. They WANNA go into sales because they're really excited about it and that's typically. They're entry points. How do you take them from a bit greening and maybe not able to read the person on the other side of the the phone call or whatever they're challenged with and bring them up to the level where they're going to be able to have that quick compelling conversation? To move somebody into the sales call with the account executive we need to work with these people on can avair emotional intelligence right like on their their emotional response and how to manifest the right kind of emotional response to their a customer so like to give you an example oftentimes. A young seller will get all tripped up in kind of a marketing message in a marketing pitch right because it's very foreign to them in as buyers we are very resistant to being pitched reached <unk> here like when my kids come to me and I can tell I can tell tell the request is coming and they come in. They're like <hes> yes. The Dad and I'm like okay. The answer's no right what the question because I'm just get very very resistant to pitches but if you ask even a young seller like what did he like. What's something that you're passionate about? What is it that you love right? It could be a sport it could be a kind of clothing on our cars or whatever it happens to be right and say great talk about that. They would be able to talk about it with high conviction without stuttering right like because it's so ingrained into what they do in who they are so the question is how can we manifest the message of what our company does in that exact same way so one of the things certainly you could work on with those folks is kind of their storytelling ability exposing them for example most of the time when a person starts a company. Let's say the C._E._O.. Of Your particular company there was a reason right like there's founders journey where there's a story there right. Why can't we have our young people find conviction in the same way they find conviction the thing that they love to do the thing that they believe in that story and just retell that story in practice it and learn to tell that story in a very high conviction? That's probably the easiest way to get your message across because it's going to be restored his it's GonNa be with high conviction can be something that people want to listen to. One of the things that you said just a minute ago was exposing them and I actually thought you were heading at slightly different direction. I'm just curious what you think about this. I think this is a bit of a high touch higher cost process but I wonder what if we took those inside sales folks six and actually let them sit in on the account executives the experienced account executives who are living the story who have a little more training in terms of articulating the story because they've been there longer letting them sit in as part of the training process rather than just plunking them down in front of the screen and we can the fifty calls a day or seventy calls a day but giving them a little bit of exposure that can also get them excited to know that story. I've seen it. I've seen you know early. Phase sales people do really well because they get it. Is that something you've ever seen. Have you seen companies. Take the extra time and has that been successful obsolete. Has It's funny one of the things they think of it there is a story and trying to think of the book that I read this in but it was Adam grant. WHO's a famous professor of the the Wharton School of business in your neck of the woods? They're one of the things he talked about. I think is was in Simon cynics book you leaders alas and talked about this idea of a distraction so he was working in the alumni department there and working with inside sales team who call up for students and say hey. How would you like to give us money right for any of these monies money's going to fund scholarships in? It's really really great they arm them with the playbook and here's what to say. Here's what the money is used for and then what they did was they actually had some of the students who received scholarships from alumni donations come in and speak to the inside sales team about their lives in what the scholarships meant to them and what they were able to do in they found that the revenue from the alumni department in that instance increased over four hundred percents. The reason that works is a concept called abstraction in the simple idea is that when you're hearing something secondhand. It's not all that impelling effective when you go and you see it firsthand and you have a customer tell you their story firsthand. You're all of a sudden able to manifest much more conviction Russian in your mission. It's very easy for us to do this. With our inside sales teams at my sales kickoffs I would always have one of our customers like come in even if it's over a web or zoom or whatever it is and just talked to the team share their stories talk about. But what was important to them. In their journey in those stories do so much in terms of helping your team manifest the high conviction that is needed to convert customers and that's goes back to your one of your core tenets of empathy right and I'm sure that that also really draws out the authenticity in the excitement that that you need in any sales conversation for sure we're getting to the end of this call and I was hoping you just share maybe maybe a few from your perspective top considerations either based on this conversation that we've had today or just other thinking other content that you've written <hes> what are some of the top considerations that sales and marketing leaders need to you keep in mind as they're considering where sales should sit or how best to align the organization so I think that back to what I mentioned initially if there is a desire for strong degree of let's say people oh alignment between the inside sales team in the field sellers either for career progression or from a management perspective if that area needs some T._l._C. in terms of moderating the hand off process than I feel it makes sense for that to sit under the sales organization whereas if you're doing with an organization that is experimenting allot. Let's say with their message where for example they they want to have the agility to have the inside sales team experiment with different marketing messages without impacting impacting the sales team that presents obvious challenges with that continuity of the message supply chain but if there is a desire for more agility certainly that's a great way to start. I would also say if there is a big issue with lead quality where there's it was just a massive discrepancy between sales and inside sales in terms of what is considered a you know a qualified lead that might make sense to consider moving everything back over to marketing so that they have more control over the lead supply chain right. There's no arguing. There's no no bias because everyone is is certainly in one organization and then finally I mentioned if there are some very very detailed marketing programs that are being run such that tight alignment breath inside sales make sense the worst thing you want is a customer to see something on your website or in a digital campaign and then speak to someone in inside sales who has no idea what you're talking about so if you're running a lot of those kinds of programs than yes us it could make sense to align marketing inside sales organization but I would also say totality here like don't fall in love. Don't fall in love. It's not that when you make this decision. You're not making it for time in Memoriam like it's you can change it right as you Z.. Tide's changing. You don't want to change it every week every month certainly but this is not an unfixable kind of decision as you go through your sales marketing motion right yeah. You've got to be flexible. I absolutely agree an open minded and nobody has to <unk> own any particular area. Were all partners. <hes> were all working towards the same goal but in any case you actually do need the empathy authenticity you need the execution so regardless of where it sits. I suppose these are some core our core pieces of a very strong puzzle right to make it work absolutely David. Thank you so much for joining us today. I had a great conversation. I'm really already looking forward to the next time which hopefully will will be able to to get on the book seen it was great to have you as a guest on a podcast today notes pleasure. What is the best way for our listeners to reach out to you?.

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"paul let" Discussed on WGN Radio

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06:25 min | 3 years ago

"paul let" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And dancing and stuff. Like, I learned five is just add a people dog. I love this. This is good music. This is why you hit your toe because you're dancing around. Like, actually, I just thought of something. Yes. The goose goose island. Yeah. Right. You saw did you see my video? Yeah. So I went out I went all right? We're talking about my right big toe. If you're just joining us seven twenty WGN, my right arthritic big toe. Yeah. I'm I the only thing that I've ever wanted to do in life is really be a professional athlete, and then that didn't happen. So then I re focused and said, you know, what that's fine that didn't happen. I'm going to be the best recreational athlete that I can possibly be. I'm going to be winning the forty five and under tournament. I'm gonna be winning the fifteen hundred tournament when I'm seventy I'm gonna I'm gonna beating seventy year olds. I'm going to be taken out Sixty-two-year-old. Like, I mean this. I I was like, you know, what? It's not all is lost. I didn't have the career that I wanted. I didn't have the focus when I was younger. I didn't go through puberty until I was like a sophomore in high school this the deck was stacked against me all of it. I'm gonna make this right and be an elite recreational athlete and be one of those guys that still you know is out there. And now, I I've got right big toe arthritis, and you know, what happens Paul, let me let me just says they look at you in your eyes, and they tell you there's nothing we can do for you, you're screwed. That's what they tell you. I don't know that with this prolotherapy things could work. That's my member. Michael Jordan had the flu. And he had an amazing game. The flu goes away. Right. Big toe. You're done take some medicine take some prolotherapy or back in there. And you're not even your recreational tennis. It's not even NBA. This is this is something it's not like you're going to use lose ten million dollars in endorsements because you can't play on the circuit for me. And you guys you are all about the money bad as you wouldn't be here to do the traffic if they were paying you the big bucks. I'm I'm about the love of the game. I never have. I still think that with your alleged arthritic toe. Yeah. We don't know if that's a correct diagnosis. You've only look at it. Hey palsy, what your dad come out of retirement? X rays can have them take a look at it. Look say. He was a he, you know, he performed of the first surgeries in the Arthur arthroscopic knee surgery. My dad was the first one to do it in Chicago. So the eight one six is texting in which is near and dear to my heart eight one six phone myself. You might consider getting another diagnosis sounds like it might be totally oh dot from to-. Totally. Oh, oh, he's a doctor. This is someone really a I've never heard totally OB. I had two doctors look me right in the eye and say you've got right pick to arthritis. And and then they say you're done. It's all over totally. Oh is a let's see here. This is like you look up totally. I'm push push some buttons here. Tim Tim out by O'Hare. You had big toe surgery. Yeah. Choice. Now, the next step is having a to right. See you had the surgery and it didn't work. That's what they say is going to happen. It didn't look the first one they cleaned it up the cycle, and they put it in Turkey. But which is the artificial cartilage that didn't work either. Not not see it doesn't work. You're cooked. Have you? Tim. What's your advice? Was it wasn't even worth doing the surgery? Or would you go back to square one and have never done it? I go back to square one. Just choose. So you that's even worse. Did you hear what he just said? He had the same diagnosis winning got two surgeries is life. Got worse. Was that the only, but I need to know Tim was the only party our body arthritis or was it all all over other parts of your body. Just my big toe on my right foot only place. Did you hear the exasperation? You just went with. I mean, it it's it's it's brutal. Because you you don't think that this should be happening. But then there's no way out. It's like Kevin Costner in the movie, you're done. We're cooked, Tim. Yeah. It's not fun. I went from playing a hundred and ten rounds of golf played about thirty. Right. And then you know, how much Advil you taken. Every day every day. I want sympathy on this. Nine eight one seventy two hundred every day. All right, Tim you ruined you not help. And but I appreciate I I see you, and I feel your pain, and I hope somehow maybe call me back you get to the fusion. And let me know if it gets better. Maybe I should just go fusion right now. Yeah. You guys have a good one eight four seven texting Mark accepted and get over it. That's just going to be a process team. We're a team now. Why? Yes, it's team WGN Badische. Why can't we be a team? Oh, I thought was team Mark eight four seven also says karma is a possible that you could have got in your big toe have any doctors ruled out gout. Yes. There's the thing. I don't have. I don't I Jan wants to say the same thing. Jan I don't I don't have gout day checker uric acid. Check it or not sound like my girlfriend now fiancee's. No, they didn't check my uric acid eight is x Ray my toe. It looked at me straight in the eye of they're not gonna they're not gonna know until they do your guests test on you because the crystals attack. It's always end the big toe, and they go to the way the cartilage are and it's Kristen crystals. And a lot of times it is my dad had this to it. It is diet related like if you eat a lot of legumes are mushrooms are like organ meats liver that type of thing that has that's high in Kyrie like uric acid janitor. You vacuuming? 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