18 Burst results for "Pessina"

Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

The Vergecast

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

"Big surface event panos pumped mega pumped screens folding cameras. Improved walk straight yet. So there was eight devices into an update to the so basically the context of this is mike. Smith has a bunch of new surface devices for windows eleven so they will drop in on october fifth and they also have an android successor for the surfaced u as a substitute so got surfaced. Pyrite which. I think. I wrote before they still announced but this is the kind of one. We've been waiting for years. Kind of minas ov- redesign but some Screen changes and internal changes. Fundable this stuff. So that was kind of expected and then really minor change. The surface pro acts as a wifi modal. That was kind of like okay. Cool that's happening. Then the surface go free again. Might changes Prices up upgrades this stuff. So yeah k- cool. We kind of expected that. As well. And i guess the surprise Surprise we were expecting a new surface book. But it's the surface laptop studio so replace but team that sort of name and like the way they did it but basically it's a complete redesign at the surface book. So gone is the detachable display. Which i guess i didn't like pessina and a faint everyone Questioned is it full. I don't think the surfaced laptops g necessarily has a good answer to who is it for either but the the actual design is essentially if you remember the odor acer laptops with the the screen folds for almost pulls food or hatred. Folio they post on. It is kind of that design. So it's not really like the unique design that you would expect from the surface of us. That's kind of like myself really focused. Previous who has been very unique hinges and stuff is like a kind of unique hinge in that sense for the overall designers. Yeah it's like one of those crazy eight laptops that we saw many years ago just looks a lot better and more refined

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"pessina" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

08:25 min | 3 months ago

"pessina" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

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"pessina" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

Des Ondes Vocast

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"pessina" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

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"pessina" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"pessina" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

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"pessina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"pessina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg markets is coming up in a few moments on a weaker dollar, but a headline No sending the market higher. The White House on GOP have agreed to unemployment insurance transition very important, because, as we know those benefits run out Friday in the absence of a new deal Let's get more on this now and some more stories with Greg Harris. Bonnie, the S and P appears to be rebounding from last week's drop as a rallying text. Years offset drop in banks. A relatively large number of earnings reports from NASDAQ companies over the next few days will offer clues on whether the gauges record breaking advanced fromage Allie's been justified. Take a look at the numbers as we do every 15 minutes. Europe. Bloomberg already of the SNP is now up 1/2 of 1% of 17. That adds up 4/10 of a percent of 112 and the NASDAQ is up up nowhere 1% of 110 10 years, up 1 32nd with the yield of 10.58%. West Texas intermediate goods down 1.5% of 40 69 a barrel, with Comex gold up over 2% 1964 even per ounce. The dollar yen is there 105 16 The euros a dollar, 17 58 The British found the dollar. 28 79 Walgreens Boots alliance says Stefano Pessina plans to step down as chief executive officer moved it Comes into the drugstore giant faces the pandemic in the longer term shifts in the pharmacy business Casino will assume the role of executive chairman after Walgreens appoints a new CEO Walgreens Boots alliance These down 2.6%. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Cran and Poles Winnie.

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"pessina" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"pessina" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

"That's the thing the thing is about out if that's how it's always been and I'm just like waking up threat because three different never been on youtube. I would that I would. Think that that that this level of light is completely normal. Understand. But. Lacking get so bad if he has like everything online. God. Damn. What Pessina mice him. If I could. I could. Not Crying. Acting? That's the thing doing things which like a concrete. Take you inside with me. I can take you inside my dance classes I can take you inside my rehearsal space. I call tickets on my sheets any responsible person. Close in the art side is like yeah way they may have the official behind the scenes crew, but you combine like hey is say. We just found a scene and it was really funny and. It's not really like that. So I don't really. Sat. And Mike. Taking somebody isn't stays. It's like so. My. Magadan. God let's all. Move as well. And also, I'm very much. I remember the we need even Macarena. Like I'm like. Hey, this is what I wanted to do. So. God away as much now say cheese in evidence produced a dime..

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"pessina" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"To talk to you again. Nice. Five AM in the morning. Often. But so lovely English morning sun's. Come up new skies. So it's good to be good to be alive. I saw never felt a calm, so Depaix. What's words worth, of course? Well where shall we start? How about what your new film, renegade? Tell us about renegade. Something that came out of nowhere. It was an American film company that approach mate wanted to do a film at my life and work. Not because what I was doing this seventy though. I think they were when they got into it, but because good movie and they made a good movie school, renegade kinda sums mail in so many ways to David don't come now and on many films and ate some. He's being massacred receive because people a lot of its fly on the wall. It's of my events between events my life in general, which brings the information in, in a way too successful, people not seen anything of this kind of information. And it's been massively while received not least number of people that have said, I Renzo my family to watch, you know, into any of this stuff, and they say, always, hold on, since then. And they had a big impact on them because they told me as I really I'm what people think of me as I really am. It's not the way I'm betrayed in the media say the least and base old, it, actually I'm not sitting at a dog and room, pulling this stuff out, the, you know, you know, saying, I just channel days. It's actually factually based information. And so it's been a very, very positive thing to for the film to be sick. Right. I'm not sure I've ever heard anyone ask you the following question, which is what were you doing before you got into your what has become fully merging into your quest to, to reveal what you have determined to be the actual state of things. The actual reality what led you to this point. That's a long story. And it's a it's, it's almost like a story, which is if you put it in a movie, you know, Hollywood movie that sailed as a bit false edged isn't it actually happened? I, I was born in the English city of Nesta fifty two and I wanted to be a professional soccer player when I was a kid became one. And then at the age of twenty one white is finished my career. And I when I was a kid, I was wanted as a second-string to get into journalism, I love reading newspapers. And so, I, I became a journalist on newspapers and radio and eventually becoming national sports, and news television. Presenter, for the BBC, which made me, well known in Britain and also became towards the mid eighties. A national spokesman for the green party. And it was very important thing for me to see politics of the inside and realize, you know, even at that time, it is about what color the rose at the same system, basically the design phases. So many ways then. Well, my life changed in the most dramatic fashion in the year. Nineteen Eighty-nine on stay walk into the BBC. A national spokesman for the going potty, whenever I was in a room alone seeing that, that was a presence that there was something. This went on through ninety eighty nine and more and more powerful than too much. Nineteen ninety on sitting say with the BBC. And for me. Sitting on the side of the bed is not and the presence of the room was tangible. I said, if there's something that you, please because you'll drive me up the wall. A few days later, about five minutes from where I'm sitting now on the C fun to play school ride where I live on an island. Just off the south coast of England, and I was standing in the entrance to a bookshelf notable. Shut ready. It was a shelf so many things in just a few books romantic, novels that sort of thing. And my, my son was big strapping guy now but he's a boy, and he was looking at some books about steam, trains and stuff. And I said, come on. Come on, guys will go into the town and get some lunch. And as I said that intend to move my feet wouldn't move. On then away the atmosphere around me changed. I don't sit down stunning. I didn't really think about this up. So the wilted. In. It wasn't a voice, but I had a very strong fulfull go through my, my mind. He says, going over the books on the side, and I, I thought. Take nobles festival. Where did that come from? So I start walking. Once I woke, my my feet started moving again to these books, thinking these going on and in the middle of the romantic novels was one book called mind to mind by a, a psychic lady, Betty shine in England at the time I was talking a lot people was into any of it picks up the book and I opened tend to over read the blood, I sold a website and what they need. It was that. This, this lady would pick out what I've been feeding around me for the last year. So I read twenty four hours found interesting went to see told him nothing new that I'd also righteous maybe ends on eating my, you know, and, but I wanted not to put anything in mind its own anyway. Long story short. I fully times and on three occasions. He starts saying that the first occasion, I'm lying that. She's doing that on eating on my knee, which is at extensive energy. And suddenly, I felt like a spider web on my face and that struck me because I'd read into Bill that went other levels of reality trying to look into you. You sometimes feel like a spider's web, when you face, I realize now that electro, magnetic energy as you saw the communication takes place and about Santa fifteen seconds off to she has only have a month. Vice and said nothing. She reels, head back and says, Mike. This is powerful as my is this one, I'm sitting now television present and spending for the green party was proceeded to be told that she was connecting with a presence in mind, and it was telling me to tell me that I was going to go out of world stage reveal great secrets that was a story that had to be told that you had to know and that information would be put into my mind directly and I would be let I would be led to knowledge through various means and motive other things every single one of which as come true. Because my life after that meeting became this credible synchronous journey of right? Up to yesterday. See things happen. Yesterday I walk into information walk into people, I walk into documents. I walk into Pessina experiences that have been like some full handing puzzle pieces, because I look at the great range of books in front of me, as I speak. And if, if I if I had had this synchronicity my life that, that is information to me around the world, then, you know, the number of books in front, and they would be affliction of what, what is and what happened, then, of course, is that over the is, you said you into action stuff that was in early books started to happen and started to happen starting to happen. And it's happening everywhere now so, you know, send tastic is nice aim at, of course strangely. May seem to normal reality. There's some force clearly that as being working to get the information out because you managing is up the sexual visit, that's basically all I could describe it. You can control the section. You control behavior and you control what people will do won't do challenge. Not challenge at set. Not chat accents question. No question on, so it's perceptual prison that, that as being a manufactured, we need to wake up from it and see what's happening. Let me ask you this. How about the censorship, the global mainstream media the social media Facebook YouTube, the Twitter's, the, the V meals, even. So is it as though I you get this set of information components and then? We restricted in sort of leave everybody out there spinning or what is what is happening is in other words with the censorship planned. To occur when reared its ugly head in such a an undeniable manner. Well, I think I can explain that just of all this explosion of censorship is still at that was in my book sometime ago. This was coming and we come back to what I just said the section. Perception leads to be. But what leads to the section information received whether it's best experience, the ten o'clock news, newspaper Facebook or whatever. Out, perceptions, come from the information we process into those perceptions. So if you can skew that information, so that only set and information is received and not other information that, that would potentially lead to another section then you going to through control into by shin control perception of us through that control behavior. They pay this that the talk about win like this. I would suggest the internet is potentially wonderful thing. But it is also potentially a global prison. And global the sexual renting operation. We should not forget that the internet was made possible by Dont'a, the technological development on the Pentagon, and they come up with wonderful gifts, the amount of, like, you know, different ways, more and more ways to kill people more efficiently and, and say, if they will behind the internet. Then ultimately that.

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"pessina" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And all those things they have to now rule on Pessina Fearance. That's that's going to be a challenge. Now. Let me let's get to that then dean blandino in the Honda insider report because I didn't see any specific language like egregious calls like, obviously, the one in the NFC championship game crucial. I mean, there was no language at all. What are the parameters for you think the the person sitting in the art McNally center in New York City for the last two minutes, what are the parameters of of buzzing in on opioid offensive pass interference in DPI defensive pass interference. Yeah. So so the way the language is written. It's it's basically letter of the law. They just added passing the parents to the list of reviewable place. Now, they're gonna have to figure out what the standard is. And again that goes back to putting something in and putting the cart before the horse. Now, we gotta figure out what what is. And what isn't going to be created? And replace so way, it's now it's letter of the law. So if that contact is early, and we can see that on video, then it's a foul. And and there are a lot of things to consider their and again inside two minutes. Are we going to see more stoppages on these types of plays? And certainly the potential is there for that. So there's as far as you could tell will will there be do you think they will be directive whether it comes from the Commissioner or Troy Vincent who's in the front office in charge of these things with your successor at the position of of -ficiating. Now reveron do you think there's going to be a directive of don't buzz in unless it's so clear and obvious basically adding language that wasn't put in by the competition committee voted on by the membership. Yeah. I think there will be there's always you put in a rule change, and you right? You put in language in the book. And then you figure out what are the practical guidelines, and that's that's not that's not unusual. So I think there will be that directive, I know if I were in that position, I would want I would want that to be the standard that it has to be clean obvious. You certainly don't want. You know, do we wanna get involved in a in a good defensive play? And now, we're we're looking at whether he got his hand on the receivers on a split second before the ball got there. And now we're gonna create forty yard past. I don't think anybody wants that. I think it has to be clear and obvious, and I wouldn't be shocked if again when you put something in like this now you have to work through all the details. I wouldn't be shocked if there's an adjustment throughout the preseason. What we saw last year with roughing the passer and we had to readjust in the middle of the season. So I think this is going to be a fluid process. Yeah. I'm only one year for it. I guess to figure out all of that. And then the unintended. Consequences as you said dean, what do you think give me some examples of unintended consequences for this? I think there's a couple of things, and you know, I was just listing a couple for my own, you know, for my own self task these questions what if what if there's a path that's called? And now the ball is not catching can we review that can the coach challenge that the ball wasn't catchable. What if it's called pass on the field? But the ball wasn't in the air. And and so can can coach challenge. Hey that there was a lot of contact, but it should have been illegal contact or should have been defensive holding. Because the ball wasn't in the air. Can we pick up that flag and now because defensive holding any legal contact aren't reviewable you can't put that part of it on? So there's just so many things to think through it's not gonna be as simple as yeah..

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"pessina" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"You don't understand your own feelings and win I help you process through that you're being deceitful or whatever. Then I go peace. Thanks for playing. This clearly isn't going to work. Right. So like once you have that box of tools, and you understand where somebody has to play you understand your own weaknesses. It's like the danger of being blindsided goes down and down and down. So it's like the more failed relationship somebody has been more. They should be able to trust themselves as they go into a new relationship because they've done the work to figure out how they set themselves up for failure. It's only when they're not processing through its only win. You know, if they're blind to something that they're not seeking out a therapist or input from friends or whatever to become UNB lined to that thing that it becomes harder to go into the next relationship like in business, the more you fail. The better you get if you're assessing your failures. And so in relationships, I don't know there's something like people are so quick to assume it means that they're damaged. They're bad. They're whatever or worse. The other person's damaged their bad. And they don't recognize the cycle. It's like neither of those things. Which are what is. True is you've deployed poor relationship tactics. They have deployed poor relationship tactics. You have come together with poor relationship tactics. And maybe personality deficiencies, you're not examining those and you're trying to move forward without fixing the problem. So yes, you're going to keep having the same problems in problems in problem. But it does not need to be that equation. Yes. Thought that Pessina tens of onto Edison's. It had you feel about your thousand failures and these ten thousand oh, God ten thousand failures. Yeah. Basically how he felt about ten thousand fighters in these failures that was steps. And it's like, oh my God. I when I had that I remember the stat but loved it because it really is there like, we know if you see a failed, you may stop or. But if you can see is a step. Okay. I've learned this. And I'm going to the next thing and treat that like you would business or relationship hundred percent is I think when it's not just the mind, right? It's not just your thoughts..

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"pessina" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Good morning, Paul. I'm doing great. How're you doing Paul? I'm fantastic. Welcome back to the program. You've been on before. What's your exact title site on screwed up coal investment group? Current title of chief operating officer and financial advisor. We also have a guest a frequent guest on the show back in studio. We'd like to welcome back, Carol Richardson. Good to see you. Carol good to see you. I'm glad to be back, which means we are going to take a lot of calls today. Because every time you're on. We ended up getting social security questions. Do I wanna make sure I don't get your title wrong? It's retired public affairs specialists. And that retired is key. It is. But you're still working. I I do do some work you still get around and do stuff like this. I worked for what my husband said forty three years. He says it's time to quit. But yeah, I don't know time to hang it up. Sometimes it's hard to know what to do to keep yourself busy. And maybe folks listening that are retired understand that so well, and that's why we do the show Paul at start up by you know, we'll welcome questions for Carolina Asli social security. Questions and that plays into your retirement plan. Are welcome on the accurate mortgage. Talk and text line right now, we've got lines open. You can start calling in at four one four seven nine nine eleven thirty. I do remake recommend calling an early. We've got the sexy segment coming up and a lot of other features the boss segment, which we do every week, but call in with those social security questions Impala does tie in to your retirement plan. Oh, absolutely. It's a it's a key component and keep benefit that everybody has available to him. So we want to make sure that we're taking into account with the planning and making the best decision possible. And I'm really excited to be on the show with Carol. She's a longtime friend of the office and frequent guest here, and she's got a great wealth of knowledge, and we don't want to waste that. So we'll keep inviting her back now, social scale social security alone. Paul is not enough for most of us to maintain a comfortable retirement. There needs to be other planning involved in. That's where you guys come in. Yeah. That's right. We work with clients nearing an in retirement, and we help them on many different planning aspects. We want to help them grow their accounts. When they're making the decision to retire. How do you maintain that wealth draw income and pass it onto the heirs? Or if if Pessina on isn't as important, how do you draw down and outlive it and not living your assets and income is a key component where social security helps that Cashman monthly cash flow. Right. You said not everybody is interested in passing it on to their heirs. That is true. Not everybody wants to do that. That's right. Everybody has different goals, and there's lots of different factors with the family situation income and assets. So that's something that we look at with with our clients on a continual basis before we start with any questions and get into the meat of the show in talking with Carol about social security and retirement with Paul Shaffer. You now have a new location. I went by.

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"pessina" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Go. Dive right in. I want to get through first of all this. You know, the right now, by the way, General Motors is escorting people out of their jobs, they're cute farms. Their offices in handcuffs, not handcuffs, but was security guards. Did you know that for real? Well, maybe some goes quit seriously. Has big time today all over it was Michigan, Pennsylvania. I want to say, Illinois, Ohio, Jim laying off some almost four thousand people. I just saw a couple of posts about that where they were saying I've been eighteen years and somebody came up today and said you have to leave right in the middle of a project and one at a time on some did take the project manager out and the employs one at a time was security armed security scored him out of the building and say you're out by. And that's what's going on right now in GM. Now, keep in mind that General Motors after we bailed them out after we bailed them out. We we the taxpayer Bill them that what that really means is they took our tax dollars, and they redistributed the wealth much like communism, socialism, socialism, and they turned GM into a state functionary. I guess what? You'd call a crony, socialism and or state capitalism. Anyway, you get the point GM took the move to China and financed a whole bunch of Chinese propaganda. And they're doing it again. They're getting ready to go to China and Mexico are laying off workers. So you use your own judgment on that one. I'll let you make the call. What you make the decision? Gretchen Whitmer right now just put us into something called the US climate alliance. And I wanna I wanna get to this real quick because with some of the stuff to get to. But what this is. Executive directive to two thousand nineteen slash twelve entered the state into our state and to the US climate alliance. This is a directive by Gretchen Whitmer, the new governor, which is a partisan coalition of governors from nineteen states that are working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions similar to the Paris climate agreement similar to the Paris climate agreement which I just told you in no uncertain terms in complete excruciating detail is nothing more than a move to take money from the United States of America and give it to third world countries. Don't take it from me, go do the homework on your own, and and do the research and you'll see that's exactly what it is these these morons. He's nineteen state governors, and they think we're going to do something to reduce carbon emission this doesn't reduce carbon emissions. Any stretch of the imagination China India and in large part Russia are emitting carbon. Like, there ain't no tomorrow. It's as if there's never been any attempt to clean up any river the air whatsoever to all these nations now. So this is why straight up lie, and you can see that what I just told you about the piece I just told you about and a bunch of other pieces over the new American magazine, get the magazine Pessina Gretchen William Jewell read it anyway, the goal is to reduce greenhouse emissions by twenty six to twenty eight percent. Two thousand five levels by twenty twenty five. No, that's not what the goal is. Gretchen. See these useful idiots. The goal is to completely transform the entire world by the year twenty thirty within twelve years to transform the entire world into a no carbon what so ever society and a global socialist economic system where sovereignties are shredded, and we all have to March to the beat of a sustainable drum. That's what this is about Gretchen, man. I would love for that to be on the show love it. It also attracts reports progress of global community the global community wherever the hell that means inappropriate settings, including when the world gets together for the Paris agreement and helps new and existing policies to reduce carbon pollution and promote clean energy. They're gonna be getting together. Like there's no tomorrow September two thousand nineteen. Are also signed executive order. No. There's more to that. One. This is funny. I I do have to show this paragraph. I wasn't going to. But this is about finding real solutions to clean up our king water. So that every Michigander can bay their kids and give them a glass of water at the dinner table, safely said Gretchen. That's already doable. You don't we need to do Gretchen quite seriously. Write this down get this digression. The water's real clean already. I mean, it's beyond clean. But what we really need to start doing is focusing on infrastructure. We need to start thinking about man all those pipes. We put into truck water to people we need to replace those will all that infrastructure. We did with copper we need to start thinking about fiber optic all of that infrastructure. You've put in place. So that people could get gas lines to their house, we need to replace all that with more sturdy and more durable and more long lasting stuff. That's what we need to do. That's infinitely doable. It's infinitely hard. But it's doable. And that's what we need to do. I don't know why for life me. We're not talking along those lines. Can you're on the edge. Straight story that you just told a clarify. You're talking about how they were removing General Motors employees from their job. Well, I used to work at Ford Motor Company in a Ford research laboratory facility, all salary employees, and this method. You're just describing is not only been common for General Motors last twenty some years, but also common with Ford Motor Company. And I would assume probably. Seconds. Come with everybody that doesn't discount anything. I just said this. That's how it always goes down. Whenever you're asked to leave a job. They don't just say. Okay. Could you get your stuff and get out there? They have to make sure you are escorted out by security because you might take stuff break stuff. Whatever. Absolutely. By the way. I heard a story. It just sounds like a come across like Dallas up. You know, what's new is that they're doing it again? Now. And it's going down right now as we speak in fact, you can see it. I I I wanna say public news free press's covering it. We covered it the other day. Jim's made the call to get rid of four thousand. What white collar workers, I think, and they're gonna move all that stuff to Mexico and China where that right? Oh, absolutely. And it's also very important. Then you know, this, of course, businesses exists to make money for by job. Yeah. And that, but but you also know then let's just stick with GM here. Oh afford as well. But any of them they exist to make money sets that if they don't make money they go out of business. So the bailout was BS tuft about him in the first place. Absolutely. Absolutely. All right. Thanks for the call. Appreciate. Yeah. Anybody that supports that bailout supported crony? Socialism hundred percent, I was crony socialism, and the GM really get bailed out did they know they didn't get bailed out just got a bunch of money to further the crappy thing they were doing in the first place. No, they didn't really not really, no. They may have written a check here and there, but no, no. In terms of payback. They probably should have started producing a way more way more cooler car, durable, long lasting car. They probably should have done. It a lot more efficiently in the United States of America..

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"pessina" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"A couple of tweets Christian Sutton best of the weekend. Tony Romo commenting on the final Brady drive just to be inside his head. And here's Romo saying you. Gotta get gronk out. You got to get him outside. You gotta you gotta send him outside. You don't want. I wouldn't be surprised. They do a slant in with gronk because they're they're preparing for this. Then you do Eshelman. I gotta get Eshelman underneath here. Always kill the play kill the play. This is what they're gonna do. I just thought Romo was so much fun to listen to the worst has to be the blown call. Not sure how anything can be worse than that this weekend. Zachary Wyatt, nor is it why it Zachary a Vikings fan here. Best of the weekend saints. No, call the oh nine Viking, send their regards worst overtime rules. Patrick mahomes. Not able to touch the ball in overtime this from Tian in Minnesota. I don't think I understand NFL rules anymore. Neither do the wraps who've been doing this for decades between high def and safety concerns. I also don't see a way out the game is dying from an endless drip, replays. Miss calls. Right. Calls for bad rules and injuries. When you realize the Tom Brady completed three third and ten passes. The only drive of over two Eshelman Eshelman again in rob gronkowski. It's just. Pungency? And that's why we in a we keep waiting for the all if Brady Winston Super Bowl is he going to retire. I don't want him to retire. I I you have a chance to see greatness. Like wouldn't you wanted to see one more Super Bowl with Joe Montana? I would you You know, know. one more turn for bird and magic and McEnroe against board like these moments don't happen. And when they they're here appreciate them. Because you know, Brady's one of those guys who's polarizing because he plays for the patriots. But when he's gone, maybe five years ten years fifteen years, you're going to go, you know, he was pretty damn good because he is. He's awesome really is. But he acts like he was twenty three last night. He's jumping around doing the interview drops in f bomb, and then you're going he's been here. All these times. Thank in his family here. Seton? And paulie thought that maybe didn't want to answer the question about you know, sort of the underdog stuff that Brady had moved past that I thought Brady was going to say yet, and we'll probably be underdogs in the Super Bowl bring it on. But he's like Ellen. Thank my wife and my kids in what was question, but that was fun to watch fun to watch. But I don't know what we do in a situation like we had in New Orleans. I don't know because there's no flag. There's nothing they can pick up. But I didn't know if you have somebody on the officiating crew who can say, hey, that was Pessina fears like can you do that? Because sometimes I'm Pires will get together. And they'll realize that they missed a call. But they don't throw a flag. And that's where I thought somebody needed to help somebody there because of the moment and the importance of it that you wanna get that call correctly. Chris Collins worth the great analyst for NBC. See Sunday night football joins us. Chris. Good morning. How you doing buddy? I feel like I played. I mean, you know, where you get so tired. But you're just so jacked up, and I was I was that way. Where at the end of that game. You know, it's like ten thirty eleven o'clock. I'm like, hey, I'm ready to go ready to play. I was on my exercise bike at midnight. Because I couldn't sleep..

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"pessina" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on Layovers

"The tone of voice is like his ex aspirated. Well, money only has one runway disabled take heavies, and that he sided to prioritize lendings, we literally had a think ten lendings before we're able to take off, and you could feel the expiration his voice like why not taking off the consider. Obviously be just a tone of voice was like. Get out of here. Yeah. Before that sorry. I'm Doug going into a logical order boring. Alex with my stories now this replaces I've never been. So the, of course, Scotty lounge in terminal three so that's internet. New international new is not new. But here the episode about Manila that we've done and you understand. It's the best ones is great. It's supposedly opened all day long. I arrive there. It's closed. The door will happen. We're few passengers in front like what's going on here? So thank God. I had a priority. Pessina went to check one never had done. It's called sky view one thing that found very interesting when you enter sky views also being used by Emirates, for instance, as a third party lounge. You have to desks desks for priority pass users and one disc is for airline users two rooms as well. So how was in a room from priority pass users glass bane in between? So you could see the other. It's a sinner room like as in a mirror. I think it's pretty smart. Very smart because the the process for going in on priority pass is a little bit time consuming. Yes. So you can I seen it at couple of lounge especially in Gatwick where there's a long queue because it just takes time. And I don't know if it's because it's used by Emirates, or if they had like, I've really seen such it self is nothing special. You know, if there's decor is okay. But it's nothing special. But the service was insane. I arrive there as soon as I choose a seat glass of water at arrives Knicks Munich. Okay. So stand up, and I went to look whether he's there. Oh, there's a beer. As soon as I come back, clearly some of that scene me with the can of beer because it was a glass for beer waiting for me at my table. Really? I sit in on my with happening here. So I'm starting to pour my beer and somebody brings me a plate of nuts. Yeah. I mean Stein allowed show, of course, it can see the interaction. But I just find that the fact that they were so attentive to these little details at again, I don't need someone bring me a plate of nuts. Many. But it was outstanding. I love that. That's so cool. Some of them worked with the stuff. But there was one guy that clearly seem to be like probably the manager. I taking like a little sandwich tiny sandwiches, the plate was empty as soon as was empty the manager himself came said lo it took my plate away. You're You're like. not even seeing that like in super fancy launches around the world when you supposed to have like I service. It's again such a service culture, though, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Pro partly, but it's it was really noticeable. And then I went back through Kathy lounge great lounge on a C, it's one of the newest. So it's very similar to what you would expect Alex to allow n- in Aretha Francis. Averse, similar decor and everything so it's really it's really good. What else to say? The food in cafe oversee you like it as much as I do stir fried beef, my gut was mazing. But I because you've lived there have a question never thought about asking you that when they give you the plate of food for them. The opening of the deferred is fruit. You look at the order the menu. The menu says fruit salad, main course, cheese dessert, I haven't actually. I was about to our case. I was like is it I think that they do in Hong Kong because it was it's fine. But I haven't experienced that. Now, I don't know if that's if that's a cultural thing, I don't know they have a new menu at the with the menu. It's like a a four lucky ring a newspaper, actually, that's pretty cool action..

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"pessina" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Whether it's your data or customers data you need last pass enterprise. It makes password sharing convenient from -ployees, but keeps corporate data secure, and you will have centralized Adleman oversight. We use last Pessina price. Here we have for years ever since one of our engineers put his passwords on a public website because he couldn't remember them. He realizes mistake. But we then got last Pez enterprise. Because of course, you you you wanna use last pass one of these password. You don't remember you wanna use long randomly generated? Passwords affect we use last passes password generator, create these crazy passwords who can remember those. Well, you don't have to you just remember them in last past. In fact, I trust last past so much. It's encrypted only on device. So even the last past company cannot access your password, volt no-one can, but you we use we we require with our admin settings that you use to factor, we have master password requirements to that's all important, you actually get over one hundred policies, you get security reports you get shared folders share folders. Nice because like our ops team has its shared folder. The business office has its shared folder. So all the all the company assets, they need access to are there in many cases, they don't even get to see the password or no. The passengers logs them into. Like, say, QuickBooks, our accounting program automatically. So if we change the password, they don't have to know about it. And if they leave the company they have no way to get into it, which is fantastic two factor. Authentication we support multi factor..

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"pessina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Administration is muffling some of the science that proves him wrong. Essentially, I feel I've been shut out from my project and did anyone get punished for censoring. Your report. Absolutely not. Danny pessina. I feel at the moment is getting into trouble for this is me today on reveal how the Trump administration has tried to silence climate change sites. But first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Still no resolution in the now three week old partial government shutdown White House and congressional staff met for two hours today, but left without a deal. This is over funding for the border wall. Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are working without pay or are furloughed and the coast guard is still carrying out. See a rescues at sea without a paycheck members did get some relief of refund after one team emergency payment last month. But now it's not clear when they'll be paid. Again, Heather Jacobson's fiance is a petty officer in Washington state. We don't know for you and a half. Like our phone Bill paid our food for the rest of the mind. Like, we just don't know. Meanwhile, house speaker Nancy Pelosi says House Democrats next week will start passing individual appropriations bills to reopen. All government agencies starting with treasury and the IRS so people can get their tax refunds on schedule. And the Trump administration halted raises for senior government officials, including vice President Mike Pence that would have gone into effect today in Houston community leaders held rally near the spot where an unknown gunmen killed seven year old jasmine Barnes a week ago and Martin with Houston public media has more. Hundreds of people the vast majority African American gathered at the parking lot of a WalMart near where jasmine was killed about a week ago. A driver described as a white man in his thirties or forties pulled up to the family car and started shooting. Jasmine died at the scene. Her mother was hit in the arm. Tanisha Jones says she came to the rally because she wanted to support the family, we all.

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"pessina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the center for investigative reporting. PR X this is reveal. I'm alex. Sea levels are rising hurricanes are growing stronger. The President Trump isn't convinced climate change exists. Look, I think something's happening something's changing. And it'll change back again and his administration is muffling some of the science that proves him wrong. Essentially, I feel I've been shut out from my project and did anyone get punished for censoring. Your report. Absolutely not. Danny pessina. I feel at the moment is getting into trouble for this is me today on reveal how the Trump administration has tried to silence climate change sites. But first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. Non jail Snyder negotiations aimed at ending the partial government shutdown expected to continue through the weekend. Congressional Democrats are resisting the president's call for a multi-billion dollar border. Wall is NPR's Scott Horsely reports Democrats have urged the president to reopen parts of the government while negotiations over wall. Funding continue the President Trump has so far refused. Trump says he's willing to continue the partial shutdown four months or longer if necessary, but he also hinted a quick resolution is possible. This can happen by early next week. We're going to be working over the weekend. We can have a solution to this. But I wanted to keep it all at one point. The White House insists there's a security crisis on the southern border. Even though illegal crossings in the last fiscal year were down from twenty sixteen and twenty fourteen. The US has seen a surge in Central American families seeking asylum. But they typically turn themselves in to the border patrol. Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House. President Trump is sending vice President Mike Pence homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen and White House adviser Jared Kushner to work with the congressional delegation that meeting is set for eleven AM eastern today. Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is in Iowa this weekend testing the waters following her announcement of an exploratory committee for a presidential run in twenty twenty in council bluffs last night. Still supporters had government for the privileged will end if she's president Merita right now that works for the rich and the powerful, and we need to call that out for what it is corruption. And simple. We're is scheduled to hold several public events today and tomorrow in Iowa NPR news has learned that Pacific Gas and electric has plans to sell off its natural gas division, the internal plan called project. Falcon by the company calls for the utility to use. The proceeds from any gas sale to set up a fund to handle wildfire claims from the last two years NPR's. Eric westervelt reports its utility strategy to try to whether massive potential liabilities following a string of deadly disasters tied to its operations. It's the utilities main survival plan sources say for what city group estimates.

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"pessina" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"I not the you exactly what you're looking for personally. What would mean a lot to you? So I think language matters. So hey, baby. This is something of a really been thinking about make me really happy. And I think that you can bring it, you know, like having those kinds of was versus you know, what you haven't done this. You can lead to the same thing. But two very different approaches. You can write you can get exactly what you have when you put someone on the defensive you never. You didn't. They've no. And the thing that Tom, and I actually use a lot now is the what feel I feel like that doesn't mean that it's true. Like, I actually recognized. They mentioned my emotions could be blinding me right now. And this may be an inherently wrong, but I feel like you're not showing me enough romance. Okay. Well, he can say hang on a minute. I did this this and this. Yeah. I totally hate you. But I didn't feel it. Okay. Why don't I feel it? And then you and then you figure it out. Then you keep diving deeper you keep diving deep, but insane few. It doesn't make anyone's God up. It doesn't mean that you're tacking them a knowledge in that it could be your own emotions in that moment that's misleading you because we all know, especially as a woman, depending on what time in the month. It is you mentioned all going to take over. So. If all your chemicals, if we know that I just lead with like, look, I could be really sensitive right now. And it's very possible. But I feel like I'm not getting enough attention. I no one can really argue with your feeling right? No, one can say, you know, you don't feel that way. You're like I this. This is what I'm telling you. I am feeling. You can't argue with feelings with someone's as you did this. You did that they could argue, but feelings is like that's why it's a great way lead. And then you could go up that and even an local back and said, okay. So what would make you not feel like that? And now, you're letting the person tell you fuck the on sauce of the Pessina listening can really absorb what they're saying. And then act in accordance great. That's such a great way to put it to flip it back. What would make you not? What would make you feel the opposite exactly could be flowers? Could be vacation. It could be anything. Lisa bill. You this? Thank you for all your advice here. We've take a break. I have to ask you the five quickey questions. I ask every guest. Also, if you wanna finally sites, at least a Bill you I s. A B I L Y E U nice well done and at women of impact. And we're gonna have all this on the show notes. And then here's the five questions ready. I love games. I know. Give you sex game ex-team big. I know biggest turn on my husband. Biggest turnoff. Oh poop. It could be poop. Dying from. Wear that makes you feel sexy every time. Oh, my bet they nice or your Santa suit which. Okay. Go to date night activity whom? Talking big talker for like nine hours, we've been in a restaurant for nine hours once to story. See great minds, something your partner. Does it? Get you in the mood immediately wou. Woo kisses me on the mic. Love it. Thank you. Lisa Villier fire. This is a blast. I love you. I would check out our podcast one of impact your amazing Becky again. Thank you all of that you guys. Okay. Thanks for being here. Check her out. We'll have all this the show notes. We're gonna take quick break. When we come back. We're going to get into your emails. Here's a listener Email I recently received and let me tell you. It's not the only one of its kind. Hi, emily. I'm thirty eight year old single mom who wants to get back on the dating scene, but I'm terrified I've been dealing with bladder leakage and actually started wearing pads everyday just to be safe between the leaking and the pads. I'm totally insecure about spontaneous intimacy with a new partner. How can I move past this? Well, I let me tell you that she's not alone. It's actually estimated that forty million women use pads everyday for bladder leaks young old with without kids. But let me tell you..

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"pessina" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"pessina" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"And some of the criticisms that I was reading online last night was talking about the changes in mission. Here's one piece of online criticism that I think was worth interest worth mentioning here. Quote, what happened at apple to be honest over the years was the the goal used to beat. Make the best computers in the world. And that was gold one and goal two. We got from Hewlett Packard, actually. Which was we have to make a profit. Because if we don't make a profit, we can't do gold one. So. Yeah, I mean, we enjoyed making a profit, but the purpose of making profit was so we can make the best computers in the world along the way somewhere. Those got reversed. The goal is to make a lot of money, and well, if we have to make some computers, well, okay, we'll do that too because we can make a lot of money doing that. And it's very subtle. It's very subtle at first. But it turns out it's everything that one little subtle flip takes five years to see it. But that one little subtle flip in five years means everything. So we've put those things in their proper order again trying to think of it. That's okay. Okay. I see the difference. I just I'm not certain went apple did that flip than America. We ignore the the centrist. Yes. But other than that hasn't always tried to do the best hold on. I'm just going to look up the source of that, quote, if you will now here, we go if you're not sure what you think of that. When right. I'm. Waiting for the providence. I think is what? Okay. There was young man who said that it at the cause conference in nineteen ninety eight in Seattle, and he was there, and he was talking about how apple had managed to sort of make it self less relevant on account of these misplaced priorities is his Pessina tenant to be young Timothy cook or anything rather. Unfortunately for that. No. It's a it's young. Steve Jobs are okay. Right. And that explains what happens to apple in the nineties and how they became less relevant and those are the central. She is our. Yeah. Yeah. So the the question is are we there again there will censor? Well, the I think you have to draw your own conclusions. But if you wanted to see it that way, I think there's enough evidence that you could convince yourself of it. And if you didn't is there enough evidence, I'm not saying, I don't I'm just saying. This is not as coulda cuts as one might like for an argument about this sort of thing. Well, the the iphone is the biggest seller. Yes. Yes, apparently. Okay. And the iphone has become a device where you don't have to get the newest one every year because the old ones are so good. And because the prices keep climbing, and what they deliver for that price climbing is to to at least a certain number of users not delivering enough for the money in return. Right. You know, what what were the big leaps in advantages? Yes. The processors got faster based on numbers. But in terms of delivering a better experience or or or significantly better experience. It comes down to some machine learning stuff that people aren't really clear on exactly how it benefits them and photography. And if you're using your phone for things other than that than then, maybe you don't have to go out and get the fancy one. I think is there is more the new fence. But I would agree that it as stuff that won't doesn't discuss. That she used it. I would like to go back to my fence six about about his estate. I'm actually pounded his photography. But just for the shift coalition of all of the impact the effect. It's had on my work is why would get back so ROY Moore fidgeted. That's a problem. The named one feature that did it. You know, it's if if you have to experience it for leak in order to understand why you need one that's a really difficult hill to climb for sales show. Yes. On identical dance to that is. But it's better than having a founded genuinely isn't any better, which seems to guard against the arguments of them just doing things for the money. I feel they alternate make benefit which is not conveying it, I I feel like the Steve Jobs, quote isn't entirely applicable because we know that they have the health labs and that they're really trying to push in health space..

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