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"purvis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"2019 2020 is Po vous mc Knight US and he joins us on the Demayo report. Purvis Thanks for stopping by. Hey, bogus. Hello. Thanks for having me. Congratulations on your honor. Well deserved, I'm sure Talk to us a little bit about what's happening. You're there. Are you there? Now? You are Freedom station. Now I am here now. Been here. Been here all day as it has a field look up to be back. Pardon? How does it feel to be back in the center of the action on a day like today? Oh, man, You know it Z pretty exciting. You know, it's a lot of people. This has been a tough year for so many people and to kind of be around something like this with the excitement this is, you know. This is this is great. So tell us how freedom station impacted your life. Well, are you guys ready for an hour? Long story? Wait, you got three minutes. Sadly, Theo, the Well, yeah, I'm sure you've heard a number of different stories today from from everyone and where your foundation was sort of a no brainer with me when I When I was first told about where your foundation On their facility there, Transitional facility here. Freedom Station, You know, I said Heck, yeah, I want to move in. And and so I You know it. It was just the appearance is great. It's a great looking facility. But it just turned out to be so much more than that. And you know they're here to help you through every step of the way. And, you know, cater any any sort of, you know, unique need that you deal with. I mean, no, no single person's the same. So you know everything that everybody deals with with whatever transition. They're dealing with it. It's all unique and worry foundation is Worked. My old man just just worked, worked their butts off to make sure that everybody is taking care of leave since been able to get a degree from University of San Diego, and now you've got a thriving career in finance. But you continue to go back and work with the wounded warriors at the foundation. If you could impart just one message to our listening audience as they're considering whether they want to contribute. What would that be? You know, there's there's a lot of foundations out there that you can give your money to this Christmas season. But, you know, not Not a lot of them are as unique as Warrior Foundation is worry foundation has, you know it's derived from the passion of our of our founding founder, Sandy loam cooler and she is so passionate about the Warriors. She makes sure she talks to all of them all the time. She's always Trying to figure out a way to help out and she's worked in such unique way to find how to squeeze every last little penny out of every dollar to make sure that she's so efficient with everything that she does. And and so you know that your money is going to go to your cause, and that's kind of the coolest thing.
"purvis" Discussed on V103
"Don't Don't really like Miss Purvis dress. Yeah, Dante. Gentleman. Who are you supposed to be? You know, this morning, something here, My mama Dollmaker prison. You don't keep it and where I ain't bringing down on with us so you could tear up your family doesn't say that. You understand me? No. I mean, uh, what you got to understand that I'm bringing news that the people that voted on and this would everybody want to do? Don't know why I didn't make out. We had a meeting for a moment person. She was making it 10 years and a lot of them saying that And guess what? When I'm up in the house, nobody better not be walking up through there talking about my mama, either, you know, Go eat, Okay, but see right up. What? What if people don't like to dress and Glenda? Why'd you wanna make submit everybody to having to eat it if they're all like, you know? Yes. I don't know how you know you're kind of mean. Oh, wow, No, no, Benjamin Sanji. My mama lowers nephew from the other side of the family. Exactly. I don't know. You okay? Really, really bad on it. I don't really know you, but I'm but I'm but I'm mad enough. I'm in another call you and tell you what, we don't do it where we ain't gonna do. No, thank you. It wasn't repeated again. I don't think that transfixed. You don't eat it, and we got a lot on my mind. Okay? Okay, Right. Listen, and I know this might be hard for you Don't stand what you grew up were liking Everybody else might not like what you want to. I don't remember you white. So you might look like because you want him dead around, but she like dresses. Now, first of all, when y'all get down here, you can already be Samo dressing here. Okay, okay. She don't make us rethink and we gonna see, you know, we got off on it. And it's like I'm not even gonna be cutting off one of Internet. I've got to say you're not gonna hurt my mama feeling okay? There ain't nobody trying. That's why I'm trying to tell you to tell her Don't make it now, so she won't even playing it down where you were going to get there. Anyway. I look up in the state is here. Whatever deal. You ain't really understand what I'm saying to you. I must say it is clear As I can see if you all come down here with that dress, I promise you. We already got dressing. May we throw in that dressing in the trash so everybody can get the dressing that we made for him? Point blank. That's what we doing. Please let me explain something to you. I'm gonna be undressing patrol. And if I find out you to my mama's resting in the same God be something that we're gonna set them. Hope you're not playing with you. What's so funny to me, Uncle call and tell him we're honest overcome, And you don't know what I'm not the powers of telling us to do it. But now they call said show Stupid up. I mean, I don't even know your help. I guess they feel like you get a bad in the world being Benjamin. I don't even know your rap. I'm telling you now, I'm not playing with you. I'm telling you ever hurt my mama feel involved Diesel and then and I'm telling you, you're gonna be You? Yeah. You don't Now help Following here all out one night like some help to you that I wish you would. Can I tell you what else they were saying? They wanted me to tell you this. Glenda,.
The alpha generating opportunity for the second half of 2020
"Of K P W as we enter the second half over this year, I think we have very little clarity, Visibility whatsoever. Government e Year and well this economy and the pandemic situation will look like from New York City this morning. Good morning to world alongside Tom Kay. Together with Lisa, Grab it some Jonathan Farrow, one hour, 12 minutes away from your opening about We roll over just a little bit. A mild move lover, down six points. The S and P 500 off by 2/10 of 1%. That's the equity market is the bond market for your Treasury yields have been lower. The curve has been flattered through much to the morning so far, your 10 year yield comes down to basics points. You're 30 year down almost three and a foreign exchange muted price. Actually, G 10 through much of this morning euro dollar Going absolutely nowhere. Poundsterling just a little bit weak. It's on the pound. Just a little bit lower. Well, interesting in the pound. Maybe Francine Lacqua, driving the pound weaker with her conversation with the chancellor of the exchequer earlier today, right now to have you reset for the second half of 2020 a guy who writes an incredibly interesting short research note. Michael Purvis is great because it six or seven or eight pages instead of the 30 pages a boilerplate that your eyes glaze over on. And in that he always tries to get out front of the trend. He did that to a tea with the Asia currency dynamics about 23 years ago. He is tall back and we're thrilled. Michael could join us this morning. Michael Purvis real simply. Where's the opportunity? Right now? What do you writing about is the truth. Alfa generating opportunity for the second half. You know, it's it's a tough question. Tough. I think for any of us, we were shifting. I would start by answering that question. If we were the first half was very fine area, you know, almost sort of wrist on wrist Call Allah 2010. The second half is going to be a much more nuanced sort of less binary set of analyses. And there's a lot of things that are just to come into the foreground. Just after we clear the Fourth of July holiday, which is all of that right around the corner. They're so I think the framework shift there, you know, in terms of how one position For the second half. I am looking, you know, opportunistically to sell volatility. I did that a couple of weeks ago when we had that big spike after the FOMC. There. You know, I'm looking at, you know, on my long equity portfolio toe have sort of a core ballast of what other people have. Which is you know the big cap tax, which is sort of an all weather type of Equity investment. It's almost a separate after classes to itself. There. I think the areas that are very interesting into the second half is looking at this potential sort of pivot where Europe, the European condition. Maybe moving into a into a more interesting place with stimulus slowly coming together and at the same time writing political risk in the United States. With a whole bunch of uncertainties. But what kind of policies were going to get out of D? C in 2021? There's no like I expect. I expect for the f B X, you know, to be most likely rangebound. I think it's gonna be hard to be a committed bear in the second half, but the same time it's gonna be hard to be That they committed bowl and then I think not too much that answer, But I would also suggest that look, you know it's it's arguably a consensus trade right now, but I've been Very constructive and precious metals for some time, and I continued to be so I think we're going to see a lot of pick up their particularly in the minors and silver. Well, Michael, that's basically a whole book. So let's pick out part of the story gets a Europe Do you think we could see re allowed performance on the continent? Well, I you know, Look, European equities have been the mother of all value traps for some time. We've all been there revolved and you know, sort of excited. You had a glimmer of hope in 2017 that lasts about 6 to 9 months. There. But I do think that there's something that investors have to keep their eye on here. Which is that there is, um you know, perhaps a bit as the catalyst has brought together. The new sense of European cohesion, and you're saying that with this with this very large 750 billion grow stimulus plan France, Germany over Anchoring there, and it seems like there's slowly getting old 26 countries on on board with it, but it's very important because it underscores declining. If it happens, it'll level harmonized. Interest rates across the eurozone. Um you know the spread of TB. The bones will come down and arguably, O'Neil should come higher as well. But at the same time, the political risk premium that's always exist in the euro should come down. I think I look, there's a lot Can happen between now and that you know whenever that might become a reality, but it represents a very, very important chefs in terms of training it, you know, it may be The long euro trait is the easier crazy and say my along the equities right now or or or the widow maker of sorting fun, but I think it's very, very important because over the long term mechanic tracked Very substantial capital flows that have been very US focus. Back into the eurozone, and that has implications that will ripple across. I think the whole the whole investment landscape. Again with the caveat gifted when it comes to happen, But there is a moment of building there that We had not seen before. Michael purpose
"purvis" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms
"Just pretty amazing, very bright, very sparkly dimples energy the whole thing in fact when I think back to her. Referrals. Everything always said she has. She's very energetic now. Okay, let's translate energetic. Know read between the lines. Yes, yes I. I think. A lot of us would think will energetic. She probably was like hyper. Add actually she was hyper. Vigilant is what she was. She had so many stress chemicals running through her body was so much deep deep fear in her that she was hyper vigilant, and she had survival skills. She developed in order cope in her life. Any Theo. Pia and they came out looking like a whole lot of energy. But we knew we knew things were going to be challenging. Heard that people often have this honeymoon period when they get home and so when she and rests. Got Home. I was expecting that we did not have that you know. From the time she came home. We were faced with really challenging behaviors things. We'd never expected you know she had been so. Her brain had been so impacted by trauma that she saw the entire. World is threatening and everybody. All of her siblings were competition to her, and so she had to be dominant. You know because that's how she knew. That's how you get the food. That's how you get the close. That's how you get. Kind attention you know. Was Making sure you're the fastest the strongest, the loudest, the cutest you know all of that. And some of that came out looking like aggression, which was very scary back then you know it was such a shock in our family, and not all sudden have. Aggression so. You Know I. Think because we were so well prepared with studied guy, we went to a special training course just for people adopting from Ethiopia. We. My background was in mental health. We've been for twenty years. So, even though it was challenging I think we felt very optimistic that you know yeah, of course, it's going to be hard. This little girl has been through so much. Of course, it's going to be hard. But it's all going to be okay because we know what to do, and it's just GonNa take time. Well, even with time passing actually things continued to get worse. They didn't resolve. They didn't get better. and. We were really in desperate need of help. And I can earn number pulling literally pulling books off of my butt case because I of course by all kinds of adoption books and read them all. And just scanning through them trying to find something that would help. It makes me choke up right now, just thinking about it and actually in the room with that book case right now in all of those books, next member does kneeling on the floor, and in looking through trying to find anything that would help me. Because I was desperate, and our whole life had begun to revolve around rages, and very out of control, behavior and aggression. And it was. Very overwhelming. So sometime during that time you know way way back before it even brought our kids home. I had started a blog. One thankful mom dot com and I'd started writing there. and. I had begun to get a little more honest about what was going on. Because at first I didn't want to. I didn't want to discourage anybody. Because I knew I was so sure things were just going to get better that I. didn't. I figured it wouldn't really benefit anyone for me to write about how hard things were. But when I started to get honest. That's when people really started to come and read in. You know that's where we used to interact back. In the day, we used to actually interact on our blogs and the comments right yeah. Yeah. We didn't have the facebook groups and the things that we have now. So one of my readers. And I would love to find out who that was someday. She told me about this woman. Dr Karyn Purvis and her book the Connected Child. I hadn't heard of Doctor Purvis I hadn't heard of the book, but it was quite new back then. So, I got the book. And I read it and. There were a lot of things in there. There was a lot ardy new, but what I didn't have before reading, it was really concrete. Tools you know to us when I was actually interacting in parenting, my child and so? That was really really helpful. It began to sort of open my mind to this new way of looking at the challenges and thinking about the the what these behaviors were actually saying. You know the need behind the behavior and all of that. But what was even better than reading the Connected Child? Was the same person gave me some links to some videos of Carter Purvis. Speaking and they were from an old conference. They weren't anything big. They weren't professionally done. But when I heard her speak. That's when I knew. That she. Had something incredible to offer me because. Hearing her talk about how she worked with children. That was so powerful. You know and I remember crying watching her speak thinking. She has hoped for my kids. And if she could believe. The my kids could hill than I would hold onto that hope. Sorry I'm surprised I'm so shop. But it was very powerful. And I remember telling rest. I need you to watch these videos? And so we watched them together and he had the same experience. We're both just crying, so then I went back and I reread the.
"purvis" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms
"Just pretty amazing, very bright, very sparkly dimples energy the whole thing in fact when I think back to her. Referrals. Everything always said she has. She's very energetic now. Okay, let's translate energetic. Know read between the lines. Yes, yes, I I think a lot of us would think will energetic. She probably was like hyper. Add actually she was hyper. Vigilant is what she was. She had so many stress chemicals running through her body was so much deep deep fear in her that she was hyper vigilant, and she had survival skills. She developed in order cope in her life. Any Theo Pia and they came out looking like a whole lot of energy. But we knew we knew things were going to be challenging. Heard that people often have this honeymoon period when they get home and so when she and rests. Got Home. I was expecting that we did not have that you know. From the time she came home. We were faced with really challenging behaviors things we've never expected. You know she had been so. Her brain had been so impacted by trauma that she saw the entire. World is threatening and everybody. All of her siblings were competition to her, and so she had to be dominant. You know because that's how she knew. That's how you get the food. That's how you get the close. That's how you get. Kind attention, you know. Was Making sure you're the fastest the strongest, the loudest, the cutest you know all of that. And some of that came out looking like aggression, which was very scary back then you know it was such a shock in our family, and not all sudden have. Aggression so. You know I think because we were so well prepared with studied got we went to a special training course just for people adopting from Ethiopia. We, my background was in mental health. We've been for twenty years. So even though it was challenging I think we felt very optimistic that you know. Yeah, of course, it's going to be hard. This little girl has been through so much. Of course, it's going to be hard. But. It's all going to be okay because we know what to do, and it's just GonNa take time. Well even with time passing actually things continued to get worse. They didn't resolve. They didn't get better. And we were really in desperate need of help. And I can earn number pulling literally pulling books off of my butt case because I of course by all kinds of adoption books and read them all. And just scanning through them, trying to find something that would help. It makes me choke up right now, just thinking about it and actually in the room with that book case right now in all of those books, next member does kneeling on the floor, and in looking through trying to find anything that would help me. Because I was desperate, and our whole life had begun to revolve around rages, and very out of control, behavior and aggression. And it was. Very overwhelming so sometime during that time you know way way back before it even brought our kids home, I had started a blog. One thankful mom dot com and I'd started writing there. and. I had begun to get a little more honest about what was going on. Because at first I didn't want to. I didn't want to discourage anybody because I knew I was so sure things were just going to get better that I didn't I figured. It wouldn't really benefit anyone for me to write about how hard things were. But when I started to get honest. That's when people really started to come and read in. You know that's where we used to interact back. In the day, we used to actually interact on our blogs and the comments right yeah. Yeah, we didn't have the facebook groups and the things that we have now. So one of my readers. And I would love to find out who that was someday. She told me about this woman in Dr. Karyn Purvis and her book, the Connected Child I hadn't heard of Doctor Purvis I hadn't heard of the book, but it was quite new back then. So I got the book. And I, read it and. There were a lot of things in there. There was a lot ardy new, but what I didn't have before reading. It was really concrete. Tools you know to us when I was actually interacting in parenting, my child and so. That was really really helpful. It began to sort of opened my mind to this new way of looking at the challenges and thinking about the the what these behaviors were actually saying. You know the need behind the behavior and all of that. But what was even better than reading the Connected Child? Was the same person gave me some links to some videos of Carter Purvis speaking, and they were from an old conference. They weren't anything big. They weren't professionally done. But when I heard her speak. That's when I knew. That she. Had something incredible to offer me because. Hearing her talk about how she worked with children that was so powerful. You know and I remember crying. Watching her speak thinking. She has hoped for my kits. And if she could believe. The my kids could hill than I would hold onto that hope. Sorry I'm surprised I'm so shop. But it was very powerful. And I remember telling rest. I need you to watch these videos, and so we watched them together and he had the same experience. We're both just crying, so then I went back and I reread the.
"purvis" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Job Purvis Rogers was at Texas Southern University in Houston with about a hundred others who were still waiting to cast ballots at eleven PM Roger said he tried a couple of other voting places but their lines were even worse how may I help I don't know how to but I'm waited out turns out he was right Rogers was the last to vote at the polling site at one AM long lines were also reported elsewhere in the state election officials blamed a shortage of machines at locations where turnout was higher than expected and in Travis county where Austin is located officials said several dozen poll workers and election judges failed to show up for work due to concerns about the spread of corona virus there were also difficulties in California the process was really long and pretty grueling to be honest it took Rochelle birch head two hours to cast her ballot at the ace hotel in downtown Los Angeles she says when she got to the front of the line she was told that the system was down I think it was something with like the surge except the power and indeed the county did have problems with the electronic poll books it uses to check in voters this was the first time LA residents were allowed to use any one of about a thousand votes centers across the county the failures were especially noteworthy because LA this year rolled out an entirely new voting system that was seen as a potential model for the rest of the country and that obviously not the roll out that we had hoped for the county's G. election official dean Logan admitted that besides the machine problems they miscalculated how many voters would show up yesterday instead of using another option I think that we perhaps over estimated how many of those voters would take advantage of the ten day early voting period and that resulted in a significant amount of voters turning out on election day turnout for which they were not prepared something for which Logan apologized Charles steward of M. I. T. has worked with election officials on trying to reduce long lines at the polls he says it often involves guesswork and can be especially difficult when it comes to unpredictable primaries like this one you don't know from you know one presidential cycle to the next how hot the race is going to be when the primary roles by your state and then on top of that you're being asked to predict what turnout is going to be at a particular location he says yesterday's experience should help officials figure out how to avoid similar problems in November the fear is that voters will get discouraged in Houston harvest Rogers stuck it out but many others in line with him did not and left before casting their ballots Pam Fessler NPR news it's margin for college basketball fans that means madness is coming when the women's tournament begins in a little over than too little over two weeks the university of Oregon and star player Sabrina Ionescu who will generate a lot of attention she led the ducks for the final four last season and was named national player of the year UNESCO then delayed a pro career to return for his senior season and it appears it was a good decision as NPR's Tom Goldman reports the accolades keep growing for UNESCO on and off the court it could be argued one memorable day a week and a half ago justified Sabrina UNESCO's decision to come back for this final season it started with her speaking to a worldwide audience about the former NBA legend who'd become her friend and mentor over the past year I grew up watching Kobe Bryant.
Beal misses out on NBA All-Star game
"Majorie the wizards Bradley Beal will not be making his third straight all star appearance the reserves were announced tonight and Bradley becomes the first player since Purvis short in nineteen eighty five averaging twenty eight points to be left off the team there are six first timers three from each conference will be is playing like an all star tonight is twenty five points in the first half the wizards down by five to the Hornets sixty fifty five at the break it is the first of a six game home stand for the west coast got broke says he expects working really hard to more a back this weekend against the nets you've been sidelined six weeks with a
Why Are Macadamia Nuts So Expensive?
"First things first macadamia nuts are not actually ups. Yes I know it's ridiculous. It's right there in the main for goodness sake but much like Brazil L.. Nuts again what is it with. These misleading names. The Macadamia is in fact a seed and although they've become a signature staple of Hawaiian Agriculture Macadamia. His are actually native to Australia. We spoke with Glen Soko an economic development specialist with the Hawaii County Department of Research and development he explained leaned Macadamia. Nuts are originally from Australia but much of the early research breeding work quality development were done by the University of Hawaii on the island of Hawaii. These cultivars are suited for the Hawaii. Climate and do not produce the same high quality nut when grown in foreign conditions cultivars is short for cultivated varieties and these are specific types of plants selected and cultivated by humans. In this case. The plant is a large bushy tree that starts producing macadamia nuts spy the time. It's about four or five years old. So how exactly did these Australia cultivars and up in Hawaii for that you can think. One William Purvis office. Who planted the first Macadamia tree on the Big Island in eighteen? Eighty one purpose didn't initially intend for the tree seeds to be a hit. He planted the trees as wind breaks as for the sugar cane fields. The plants were functional and also happens to be quite pretty but he didn't suspect they could bear such delectable and profitable. See it's about a decade later. One are Jordan planted some macadamia trees on Oahu. The trees that researchers think is the ancestor most of Hawaii's trees and the not quickly became a popular snack among businessmen who came to Hawaii to profit off of sugar plantations in the early nineteen hundreds. The Hawaiian Agricultural Experiment Station was established published to get new crops growing on islands since this newly established United States territory was relying almost exclusively on sugar following the collapse of the coffee market. In the nineteen twenties. The government offered a five year tax exemption on land that was used solely for Macadamia production. But most farmers were interested. That is until roasted it. BECA Damian that's started popping up in stores and consumers went wild demand finance went up and the number of trees planted for nut production more than doubled from nineteen eighteen thirty two to nineteen thirty. Eight sales slumped a bit after that. But by the Nineteen Fifties Hawaii was turning out macadamia goodies to stack fans throughout the world and major companies. Ladies were making a pretty penny off of them speaking of why are Macadamia so expensive while Macadamia is clearly have an interesting past. And they've tastes taste heavenly coated in thick layers of chocolate. Do they really merit they're often exorbitant price tag after all around twenty five dollars a pound. They're considered the most expensive have nuts in the world. So what's the deal. A bunch of factors go into the price but a lot of them. Come down to the fact that Macadamia can't be grown effectively. On the continental dental United States and shipping them in from Hawaii is costly and growing things in Hawaii is costly to begin with because it's a small archipelago that some three thousand miles title. That's nearly five thousand kilometers away from anything in two thousand. Eighteen Macadamia has made the news for a seventeen percent price. Increase which sacco attributed to Hawaii's fixed harvest acreage and a higher global demand. Furthermore Issaquah said it takes seven years for a Macadamia nut tree to produce a crop. Demand remains high and prices are up to a dollar twenty per pound despite this. There's tremendous pressure on the industry. The agricultural labor shortage continues and that's caused wages and benefit costs to increase invasive. Pests continue to affect the Orchard Health and production. The Hawaii land prices are so high. Hi Orchard Expansion is too costly and producers can't wait for seven years therefore the production acreage remained steady despite the increased demand for the nuts. Okay so that explains the cost but are they actually good for you. High fat foods used to be the most demonized of all kitchen staples basically because of a very effective and sort of insidious marketing campaign put out by the sugar industry but thanks to current research and slightly Leila systemic marketing hype such things as nuts oils and seeds are getting their due as healthy options. We also spoke with registered Dietitian than yell. Birger she said Macadamia nuts are high in monounsaturated fats. Low in net carbohydrates and a good source of copper manganese and thion monounsaturated unsaturated fatty acids have been shown to lower. LDL cholesterol levels. The bad kind especially when they're used in place of saturated fats and refined carbohydrates in one's diet it net carbs are important. Consider because it clues you in on how much fiber something contains in relation to the amount of total carbohydrates present. Having we're fiber is crucial to gut health copper assists with iron absorption and transport in the body while manganese and vitamin are central for carbohydrate metabolism. And while all of that sounds sounds great we still live in a society that tends to obsess over numbers. So at two hundred and three calories and twenty one grams of fat per serving a single serving being just ten to twelve nut kernels. and that's just nuts. Nuts dust chocolate are macadamia is really a wholesome snack. Birger said Ed. Although nuts are high in calories they're also packed with fiber heart healthy fats proteins vitamins and minerals essential to our diets. Having a small handful is a filling rolling nutritious snack to tide you over between meals or can be used as a way to round out a meal on top of a Salad or yogurt bowl. They are particularly good substitute for packaged packaged. Ultra processed snacks. Like potato chips calorie-for-calorie. An ounce of chips than outs of nuts are equivalent but the protein and fiber in the nets will keep you energized full. Oh and focused. She said don't fear fats. They're essential for hormone health optimal brain function and absorption of nutrients and end. According to Sacco Macadamia. Aren't just a delicious treat for humans. They can be healthy. Snacks for rodents to he said some pet owners by the nuts in the shell L. to give to the rats to not on this wear down the rats teeth.
"purvis" Discussed on WRVA
"Creator yeah somehow you just don't have the voice of a creator Purvis. Purvis the creator all right Purvis you're out of here. so mine. okay for this half hour. in. maybe we should go to the stars we'll be right back this is a premier networks that was our dell hosting coast to coast AM on this somewhere in time. yeah yeah yeah but always is joining us today believe it or not Zane who clearly has become sort of a term called the decent behavior now is going to be. you all know your return call on these would be a pure by having to be on the show and then making wild claims that I would like to. well I you know what we may just have to let you go but I am telling everybody with that hand you're not letting me go leave it to the big difference is you've got to get out there and be on the side of the phenomenal one without question that is bad about. all the things you're saying we're not going to do or will think we're going to go. honorable things and for use of course people to be operated style five right now beyond professional as a journalist for radio does whatever you want to call yourself..
"purvis" Discussed on Fascinate Pod
"What don't perceive themselves discipline to take stopped thinking giving what you very rapidly a half the grace to receive my mixed ability. Plaza taught me so much. They overcome hurdles and barriers. That the I haven't even imagined I haven't thought about we talk a lot about white privilege. You know what it's like to live in society not as a person of color if you want you can you can put yourself. You can't really know I've got white privilege. I got my privilege also able privilege until people. You'll teammates you realize quite the barriers that they've ever come to be allowed to participate and the generosity a so. I didn't think I'd play began but I've played. I played mixed ability rookie and the reason I played mixed ability base. Because you know even though but duff and a bit old actually. I'M WELCOME BACK. I'm a take I'm in that Tak- in in mixed ability sports and some of the stuff that we've done we've got. I think fourteen countries and twelve sports by mean unlikely sports rowing boxing and Bradford is hop of this. Who is able to get involved in this? I mean you going gonNA say everybody but while the people who go and pick up these sports so it is literally anybody so We've had people sign posted to us through health services so Bradford in particular. We've done a lot work with clinical commissioning groups and with local. Gp's tomato leaflets. Available and accessible prescriptions games. But but very importantly a decent just about people being prescribed exercise so the whole directed. It can be anybody. Don't put up barriers so we have people who walk by one of our sessions. I mean Daca sees. A boxer walked by one of our sessions and saw boxing session in in progress and she was a member of a colloquial tennis and squash club and she became involved because she'd walk past it and saw and realized that that it was something that she could join in and I think he will appeal to it was inclusive of it. The people are drawn to it because a lot of people experience of exercising and sport. He's he's unpleasant. Many people remember being lost person to be picked for the team at school and so a lot of people's experience of sports as quite negative but benefits of sport are are phenomenal. So if you can break down those barriers. The benefit isn't just for people with with disabilities. In fact it's very difficult. It's it's really on the rugby pitch. Support your rugby ability. It's about disability. It's about your ability is an it's an asset based approach which requires a different conversation. I think so. Mostly people ask what's wrong whereas if you say I don't want to know what's wrong. I want to know what's important what can you do? What do you want to do? What's right and how can we make that more? So that's a wonderful different financially. It's a reframing approach and I would say that the mixed ability model we work on three levels so we work own sort of personal giving people a voice in saying yes you can. You can do something you can. If you want to you can be involved. You can be included. We give people voice we we to mom. D- it's a right. It's not about charity is not about a gift. It's a right to be included so we give people a voice to demand that right to be included. Then we do community activation so next level up. What we do is we go to rugby. Clubs bailed and Mike Keithly and say how would you like to be more representative? You serve or if you thought about. Maybe more membership. If you're club making making your club bigger and most clubs go. Yeah that'd be great right well if you thought about the people who traditionally felt faced barriers to be included and I've felt rejected or pushed away from from Rick Bill. Boxing overthrowing Oh hundred zero about and then finally the top left was to try and change the system so that means getting into big business getting into the politicians. Our local politicians have been very good on both sides. Davis John Grogan have supported us at Westminster. We've been in front of the sports minister. The Expos Minster Tracey Crouch. She was very very good. And that's about getting in the highest levels. Toss this question if we if we can do this. In rugby. Club in Bradford and Bingley. Why can't why can't we do this elsewhere in society but stopping us? What Tom we might people more included. Why can't we we? We focus on people's abilities not that disabilities. Why can't we play to people's strengths? Their weaknesses and let's not focus on weaknesses all the time. That's focused on strength. And and so changing the system changing the structures and giving voice to to the individual. Those are the three levels that we were and it seems like. It's impossible job because we want to change the world. We WanNa make the world a better place but we say as we do at one get one game at a time one tackler time. It's about changing the world. But it's about doing it one step at a time. That's all you can do. This at rugby taught me. You WanNA rugby match right. You've played rugby. You WanNa win right. You might be twenty minutes into the match. Your twenty points down on the scoreboard. You'd like it to be nil nil again. But I ain't gonNA happen. That's never happened. That's the school board. Never resets so you want to score try at least you want to score a try right. So you'd like to be five yards from their try line but you might not be five yards from that trial and you might be five yards from your own tryline. Yeah under the cash. So you have to start where you all. Don't start what you WanNa be where you are. Rookie teachers like to stop every try-scoring move five yards out but sometimes we have to start five yards from our and try light. We have to use what we've got. Be Great if you're out of a flaw for the bootleg Jonny Wilkinson. It can be eighty yards down the pitch and you've got a second row can leap like illegal and clutch the ball out of the air and give it to you back. So we're going to sweep over and score. But if you're got Johnny Wilkinson or Martin Johnson what you're gonNA use can use what you've got. Start where you are useful. You've got do what you can make a difference. Don't worry about the outcome now. Come we'll take care of itself. Don't worry about the ownership. Don't worry about who gets the credit for it. Just start with your us what you have do what you can and then good things happen and I know that from medicine you know I I. I think I was privileged as a GP. I saw. I saw the best in people. If you if you work in law enforcement you probably see the worst in people. Yeah you see people at their worst. And that's not saying that I didn't see horrible context. I saw people who'd been betrayed and let down by people they should have been able to trust sometimes unspeakably in horrible unspeakable ways. You know sexually abused by members of their own family you know. That's that's shocking. So a so people in terrible context but I saw people dig deep and do extraordinary things and this podcast. You know you want to talk to people who've done extraordinary things that are inspirational. But I would say that everybody does extraordinary things in their personal lives. Sometimes just getting up in the morning. If you've been through some of the some of my patients had been through is extraordinary and I've seen the perpetrators as well. I've seen people who've done those terrible things to people who've been the worst that you can imagine a human being being but I've seen them deep as well and face their mortality with some dignity and resolution and but I've seen people at their best I think if we have different conversations and try to see people at our best and have the conversation that focused on a cheap people achieve in their best. I think we can change. Change the world. I think we can make the world leave the world's best state than we found it being GP and seeing all this variety that we have in humans you've had privileged view a lot of people that the majority of don't get to see so day to day life. I don't come across very many people with disabilities. And maybe that's one of the problems the when you were talking about before about the. What was the paper cold drafted by different if people don't like me? I don't come across it very much. It's quite easy to think it doesn't exist are realize what the problem is deeper than that everybody the everybody you meet the next person you meet after interviewing me is dealing with with Shit with. Unimak is carrying shit. You don't know about okay so after all of us do one of the things that Jenner practice teaches. You is that everybody carries shit. Everybody's had some people worse than others but everybody's carrying shit. Don't imagine special and imagine that you don't know people who aren't burdened cous cous. She'd do an every. It's everybody by the way gets. Remember that yeah. One of the problems is that disability model Making it special adjustments putting people with disabilities in their in group doesn't break down those barriers and create that inclusion. The is really important so yet is really important. That you've got you've got friends with disabilities. He met people with disabilities. But of course in its own right is is only part of the problem because you'll focus that is off girlfriend with a disability. Now you've got a friend if the focus is not let disability. You've got a friend and that's good. You know who would who doesn't want more friends and so I still do this. And it's really difficult. Because it is part of heedless privilege as a couple years ago we had a taste driven drive up. It was up heating. Tennis Club is Great. Big Hangar is which is ideally suited to a taster of. And you can put a rowing machine. You can put. He can play tennis. You can do it. If Indoor cricket the Window Rugby Movement dance and all those things and we had we had. We're showcasing. I think twelve sports and I drove up and I I so I parked my car. This big fan drove up in part in in the disabled slum with wheelchair on the doors if this great big Van opened an automated Ram came out and this ramp came the biggest. Fuck off wheelchair you've ever seen in your entire life it's huge right and there's Antony and he's already with the medical thing looking. I wonder what's wonder what's wrong with him? Taking deficit focus. Yeah anti comes down down the ramp with wheelchair and I can see that his right hand is it's not moving. It's it's resting on PERSPEX. Screen is left. Hand is moving slightly in. Its controlling the pylon moving so antony comes down. I go out to high market from calls me Doc and he says oh. I'm Antony I said so. I'm going to go the rowing and the boxing what you can go an I'd already compartmentalized him right so already categorized him as a wheelchair you. Somebody's not much in his right hand. A Toll Scott little using his left hand summit warned his neck brace and I'd already categorized decided postponed. He was going to to auto. He was gonNA move his wheelchair across the dance floor in movement and dance be quite cool and he said I'm going to have got boxing. Well it's interesting to the box really nice coach. Really Great Bloke. Gloved him up and said come on. Let's get hand moving. And he said well Kamu Highness's don't WanNa see you hit the and held pat above his his hand. Anyway go and hit it. Nothing happened I swear nothing happened. Anyone well done that was really good. I saw something move and Anthony. Get here. This says we'll try again. Still nothing happened. He said that was really good as well. Said TRY FOSTER SAYS. Try Harder now little twist. Nothing happened then. You went good. Had the one left-hander move. The pilot held the PAT above and he said now hit the PAT and did have a movement in the hand and it was apart six inches the pad above his gloved fist and he went said good he says. Now do it harder. Now that foster he says now twist I just went on for about twenty minutes at the end of it. He lifts his limp hand. I Guess Champ Antony goes that's great this poor to sign up every Thursday harming squash court. Here we're going to get a boxing coach to come along. You're welcome come join.
"purvis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They win the fourth thirty seven twenty-seven. So they completely flip the script second half. They outscore the the magic forty six to sixty nine in favor of the warriors. And give you that note earlier about the the tandem score scoring by Klay Thompson. Kevin durant? But I just saw this not according to the Elias sports bureau. Kevin Durant last night becomes just the seventh warrior in history to score at least forty points in back to back games joining staff and clay Wilt Chamberlain. Rick berry Antawn Jamison and Purvis short as the only other warriors to do that. Pretty good stuff on Dave not bad. Never nervous Purvis never nervous per Purvis short guy. Oh, yeah. You gotta like anyone named Purvis Purvis. Ellison Purvis your there's only two I know they both play the NBA. Right. They did both play the NBA. Good dollars from Dave. Let's get to some of these sound from Kevin Durant. Because I think everybody's been wondering we've been all an Kevin Durant has said this about us. I say it about us being me. Dave, Murph MAC any who listening? We've all been psychoanalyzing which has been his big problem. Right. Is why does everybody tried to psychoanalyze her? Here comes the psychoanalysis of me yet again. Well, we're doing it again, except this time he probably won't be quite as sad because we're trying to figure out if he's over the problem with Draymond green seems to me things have kind of kind of calmed waters have have settled. And here's Kevin Durant last night on just feeling like they were down by so much. What is your feeling when the teams down eighteen like that? And you know, you're the guy that has to bring you back on the.
"purvis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Harrington is joined by Margaret Purvis of the food Bank for New York City to talk about how people can get involved in ending hunger. During September, go orange campaign and father, Tim Gibbons also joins the show to honor the upcoming canonization of blessed. Oscar Romero and archbishop of El Salvador who spoke out against the violent military regime. Choice which ultimately cost him his life. Tune in this Sunday at eight AM to learn more about his roic story into here. From our other exciting guests. Okay. I'm gonna go back to the phones. Palm bay, Florida. This is Keith I'm glad you waited, sir. Hi, hey. Thank you for all the enlightenment you've done over the years and many many more to go rush. I'm I'm really I'm flattered to know that it's it's worse that you notice that I appreciate that. You know, the first they now trying to recalculate the best after storms that they've done the same late for hundreds of year one hundred years now now on CNBC this morning, Joe and Becky and the aggressive socialist ex New York Times reporter Andrew Ross store can. Yeah. Apparently, he's at a conference of all is elite buddies in. They're trying to discuss how the change how the calculate economic numbers because President Trump has had such as record breaking. And they were talking about the duty and predicted to be your three percent for the next two years. And they claim that they want to add to that. Also that it's being unfairly redistributed it down to the poor. They want change these numbers just to make President Trump look bad. Right. And you know, I I have a great success story. I might be the first person President Trump put to work election night to forty in the morning. I wrote on Facebook. I was a gun toting bible thumping on educated. Deplorable before. Cool erased it ten minutes later and had shirts. Three weeks later now for the last year and ten months, I'm up to thirty one shirt, so on the east coast gun shows, and I hope you can stop in. If you're in town was on the next one is the thirteenth to fourteenth to give you a deplorable shirt. Well, that's very thoughtful. I I I appreciate that. Revising numbers. When Obama was president GDP was puttering along dripping along at one point two percent. They revised how it's calculated even into elevate. It started including things.
"purvis" Discussed on WEEI
"In Springfield hey rob Hey how. You, doing You know want to change the sports and a, basketball, for a minute I read about, a trade between Nader to the center for Rodney Purvis first? Question, is do, we know anything about Rodney Purvis and he played uconn yes There you go there's one thing, okay by the way it was it was Nader and cash? Yeah The home of for for. Rodney Perv I mean we could talk. About. Rodney permits but I think, they're going to waive him so I don't think it really matters okay and the second. Question is do. You know if. They're. Planning on signing Jabbari bird I is there room for. Him Good question because I know part of the Abbeville. Nader trade and you know it's all about. Money they're trying to get below the luxury tax as much as they can I don't know off. The top of my head what, the deal is with bird. I think I think they're leaving a roster spot opened for a while as well. They don't, need to have a full roster, so these are just last guys that are. Going to be remaining that are that. Are. Out there so shame if, we lost him he's not gonna play though what did what did you ever gonna play I Got so much talent but not enough to play. Rob he's not good enough to play. Here? What, hey look at last. Year how many injuries were? There I, mean you may end up finding that you need a guy like. That I never. Know you just never never, know and he's got so much talent and he's so much. Upside it's, it's it's. Ridiculous I think it was rushed him and he got playing time. Somewhere I think the fans in Boston would see that they really lost a. Gem I think you're overrating silently Clairol, rob I'll be, honest I think Celtics fans would. Go. Okay I think that's like, saying, again I use Zach sub feld or some of those other guys that have really jumped off the page in preseason, football this, guy how are they gonna play 'em like can you make the team and then he. Doesn't they never hear from, again and I'm not saying Jabbar bird is definitely going to never be a, player but that is definitely getting way too excited about summer league. Play The their team is. Loaded but he's, not one of the twelve or. Thirteen. Best players on the Celtics, roster, so I mean that's a good thing for the Celtics and maybe he'll find a spot somewhere else I don't think, he's gonna, make you pay though six one seven seven seven nine seven Ninety-three? Seven I buried the. Lead oh you did Keefer, madness coming up today oh that's right just about an hour now I don't, know what they are until they hit I like it that way I'm not even. Gonna ask you if. It's, about a certain topic which does seem. To, appear from. Time to time Allie not. If people are picking up what you're putting down. It is not about that We'll see Six hundred seven seven seven nine seven 93.7 sports radio w e Socks keep putting up as the Red.
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"Existing home sales that will be out at ten AM Wall Street time well to build a house. You've, got. A big Supply chain, and that supply chain is being disrupted by trade wars here to tell us, more is John Harrison. Managing director, for merging market macro strategy John Harrison thank you for being here for. From, t s lumbar how're, you doing this morning Very well thank you all right so, tell us. About your most recent look at supply chain risks particularly. As they affect emerging markets The way. Looking at. It in the context of the trade war between the US and, China Europe is is another matter But many of the country in south East Asia and north Asia Thailand, South Korea and so on Barrick's sports end up going. To China to, be to be re-exported to the US has really increasing compact complex global supply chains I means, they let's demand for, China's exports in United States and not, only fact in, the other Asian economies wet weather supply chain disrupted and exports fall, in, other countries. But not China If that's, the case when to US consumers see, these higher prices Yeah well rounded Tara Tita are really not. Much on consumer goods so US. Consumers are really happen you seeing some increases. Indirectly. At, the, moment The the next round of tariff which. Is due to be on the. Thirtieth of August after a period of consultation That Peres targeting consumer goods Habitable if they do go ahead as planned and the US consumers economic facing high prices Within this is the idea of informing politicians, you are expert, in really looked at actually how imports are done and exports are done whatever the nation what are the politicians most get wrong from the import expert dynamic from Shanghai or Hong Kong I think the effect on the US economy of implementing, the tariffs and, the complexity of the interactions between these various company companies country so it's not possible rage to Impose some On China without having any impact on on the US and the country, goes well the conversation last week with French hill from Little. Rock Arkansas the congressman from literally which is really. On this he was heated about the complexities to the Little Rock. Manufacturing community we spoke about this in terms, of Spartanburg, South Carolina where BMW has its. Largest, factory, well John if this is the case, for China what does this mean for countries such? As Brazil what are the? Political implications they've got an election coming up later, this year Yeah Resilient is still very uncertain situation buddy in terms of the trade? Wall Could be one of the few countries to benefit because That, prevailing often competing with the United States in agricultural products sleeping in particular China already has decided to import more soybeans from from Brazil another agricultural products from Brazil Up. Then that economy could benefit If that happens what happens to US farmers US, fav already facing lower prices I'm I'm sure that the the the bombers in US will be will be lobbying the the administration tried. To put a stop to this do you see global trade slowing now or is it something we're waiting for Things. The rate of, increase of year on year growth of trade, is is slowing Buddy's, still grow we haven't seen an actual contraction in world trade and I think we all still some way some way away from that but. Of course if we carry on down this Paul going then we will see Thank. You so much, John Harrison greatly appreciate it with tears Lombard, in England this morning You, just wonder where this is I don't have any wisdom at all. In the x axis the timeline of this because it's really is truly cliches uncharted. Territory but were there particular like this sub. Headline markets are complacent, on emerging market. Risks what we're seeing that feature that shirt today Good morning. Michael Purvis over it Weeden an x y Michael said eighteen months ago watch eighty. X y is the proxy and I'm sorry This is the bundled Pacific rim currency index extra pan. You take out the Janus -ness of Japan and some would say the Japan and it's like teach a class strong dollar week emerging market. And as a point that. I haven't even looked. At Filipino this morning PHP let me get that up here quickly to break through fifty. Four is a big deal we're not there yet, we are in a tight..
"purvis" Discussed on Classic Races
"Battle for second starting to tighten up looks like jeff purvis starting to close in on greg bill purvis now has closed into it in about two tenths of a second that it's more than two more seconds back to ashtonlewis in fourth and elton sawyer v let's go to pin wrote our pit reporters working on a story there so an update from pit road in a moment kevin harvick brings the field off of turn four lap one twentyone is on the board off the corner now the black flag is being shown to rich bickel his his car showing some damage some debris coming from it so rich bickel would be black flagged as we have ten laps to go the stop further back now pick up the race from what would be ashtonlewis on back that's fifth and six actually as quick as quickly as we start talking about it goes away lewisville challenge from chad little last time by across the start finish line little tried to open the inside lane and bypass lewis but lewis pinched him off going into the corner so for now lewis will hold onto the fifth spot and chat little falls in line about three carling's behind running in the sixth spot here they come to the start finish line it will be eight laps to go now for kevin harvick and as they hit the stripe his lead just over four tenths of a second as he leads them off into one trying to close that gap on giving harvard you'll give within about four darlene between one and two they'll race off turn to the lead down the back straightaway greg bip still about five car lengths back of kevin harvick harvick nice and smooth indicator number three he'll race out of turnover four slide up the banking just a little bit off the corner now the works single file kevin harvick starting to march away from the field he has eight laps to go in actually now seven laps to go in the outback steakhouse three hundred good battle shaping up from seventh on back seven eighth and ninth nose to tail kevin grubb j solder and randy l joyce seventh through ninth in one heaven grub trying to hold off rain who joined the joy now who work to the low side of jason and join in that position and set his sights on kevin grubb the joy down to the inside and thought her on the outside still side by thought as they race into three move randy lajoie up one position up to number eight spot and he'll try and close in now on kevin graabo's had kind of a quiet but i'm very effective day the timber will chevrolet grub rides in sevenfoot joyous eighth solder in knife as i hit the corner solder right in the rear view mirror over india joy baluch joint how we'll set his sights on kevin grubb druglords way up to rice track downstairs goes joy there side by side down the backstretch randy letroy making the move as they head into turn number three joys got the inside and grub gonna go ahead and given that position move randy lajoie up another spot there comes a little choice sweeping to the inside of kevin grubb is grubs car slides up the race track and the joy is gone now he's got about a second half to catch up to chat little five laps to go for the race leader kevin harvick now five laps away from his second victory of the two thousand one season he's on the backstretch he's got a couple of floor cars in front of him and he'll have to deal with those lower cars before he could take home the checkered flag hits around this deadman marlin car out of four clear sailing now off turn force he moves around the and marlin machine the remains of jimmy johnson car not too far ahead but kevin harvick has got some daylight to work with nearly seven seven tenths of a second now his lead to one and harvick now got his sights on the jimmy johnson machine he'll work his way around him out to a number two he's got about eight carling's over greg bickel about five more orleans back to the third place car tony rain at tony raines is trying to pick up another position as he closes in closer on the grainger ford of greg bull got away to go if he wants to get up there and take that spot away from biff before solemnly in.
"purvis" Discussed on Mixergy
"Get the most joy and it wasn't from the end result we realized it wasn't from the payday it was from the journey it was from the way in which we were able to impact the people who joined us on the journey building our businesses when we shifted to the senate group and we were investing more we got disconnected from that and our ability to influence substantially the culture of these organizations was very muted because there were some other entrepreneurs started and it was really his vision and and which is fine but we realized over time that if we're gonna pour ourselves into helping build something it has to align with who we are people in our values and our belief system and when we really leaned into maude and we were able to to develop maude in a way that was consistent with that has become crystal clear on our line now that you know if i can go back that's the way i would have led my entire career this that you know the little detours along the way were great learning experiences but if i could give advice to any entrepreneur you know for me we're trying to build our business today developing sustainable competitive advantage using too intangible things culture in purvis and if i could go back in time and advise my younger self i would have done that throughout earth were very culture focused but we didn't embed this sincere purpose or businesses because wrangling we were scared we were scared of failing we didn't feel like we had enough.
"purvis" Discussed on Channel 955
"I mean i mean she's often thought about calling the play lieutenant shot she does you tell her she's under arrest in you have the right to remain silent shorts are a little too short i think for standard uniform it is actually against them all to wear certain police patches and things like that but in the bedroom wines that are by lovers lane i think you'll be okay katie you're on with lieutenant shot if you're just tuning in right now the guy who tried to pull meghan over that acted like he was a cop i didn't realize his name was purvis holy crap we'll talk more about that but i'm gonna comment on this katie the morning everyone i wanna make a tiny i think there should be a lesson to the police departments because it's very frustrating to me how so many of the police departments are trying to put unmarked vehicles on the road and it makes it very difficult for doing it so no situations like this what cars are real and what cars are not and you dare not get pulled over by police car and not actually stopped i think it's a very difficult situation that these departments are doing this and they need to really rethink a police car needs to be clearly marked and clearly define as a police vehicle and not putting so many unmarked vehicles on the road i think it just makes up there and and i agree with that you know and again i can only speak for my department we don't we don't believe in the unmarked cars things like that and we'll never use it but detectives driving in a car that doesn't have lights on it they're never to use it to affect the.
Sony Drops Most in Nearly Two Years on Cooling Smartphone Demand
"The eu and other nations and we'll have to wait and see they expire in less than six hours from now brian the bond market he said that the market can easily absorb more treasury supply us treasury borrowed four hundred eighty eight billion dollars last quarter that's the first quarter record more now on boring from bloomberg's at lisa parentally in washington the record borrowing was about forty seven billion dollars more than the treasury previously estimated the need to issue more treasuries is expected to grow as the fiscal picture deteriorates the budget deficit widened to six hundred billion dollars halfway through the fiscal year spending increased at three times the pace of revenue growth in the october to march period tax and spending measures approved by congress and president donald trump are expected to push the budget gap to eight hundred four billion dollars in the current fiscal year from six hundred sixty five billion in fiscal 2017 and the congressional budget office estimates it will surpass one trillion dollars by twenty twenty in washington i'm elise parental bloomberg daybreak asia and his brian mentioned earlier the japanese equity market will be up and running in about an hour and a half from now tokyo was closed for a holiday yesterday it's golden week there sony going to be a stock to watch in trading today the company's forecasting weaker sales and operating profits across most of its business unit for the coming year now sony is saying that sales of its playstation along with music movies mobile and home entertainment divisions are likely to decline in the year ending march twenty nineteen and briefly we had some earnings out from adds bank firsthalf cash profit two point eight eight billion australian the estimate three point five seven billion cash profit from continuing operations though was three point four nine billion well wall street kicked off a busy week on a down note more from bloomberg's charlie pellett in this wall street wrap stock benchmarks were pulled lower by technology and industrial shares with the s and p five hundred index finishing the final trading session of the month at session lows as for the earnings outlook michael purvis's chief global strategist at weeden and company going from a ten year treasury yield of two and a half up to three i do think has significant implications for the volatility surface it doesn't mean the snp can't rally this here but it does mean that the floor of the vicks.
"purvis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Van solen outside right manning manning above the 3point line looks right side as demand soul puts it on the floor ride of the key tools right to left now demanding on the angle long free left side up no rebound scott another rebound he's had a bunch of here's barged without a key ride of the lane back this bart's passed a key angle right there's three no good on the rebound boyce murphy tapped it back to scottie was over swan hears a three by barnes left side and it's good second chance opportunity 33 24 pick late in the game it's nine with one fifty seven to go in there half swan at the key now it allowed iran the angle purvis will take it at the free throw line nearly lost its current lab good how we spent through a crowd that whole i'll never know he laid it up what in louder with seven thirty three twenty six ninety seconds to go indiana state lied to by seven outage got to get tough defensively scott wicket around louder at a foul on purvis i believe louder his second team found that receipts one twenty five decaux stop right here scott with it off the large catch and shoot three not fair rebound manning gives to lights the falcons can jump into this nine or down seven point deficit lyon sideline left bath past the swan mid glock bounces what murphy fake bright went left left hand layup he missed it too strong rebound barnes comes out with it leads to scott back at barnes lions figure out of bounds at a time out taken by the state and we'll take a time out as well with fifty eight seconds to go before halftime we.
"purvis" Discussed on KOIL
"A to admit coal i take his vows will get a whistle though after that as kovalov stick got caught any foot of drove it the lots of for this face off now has kolat was moved out of the circle his by omaha case has pointed out the wall he decided to take it in now put the brakes on in the near corner he looks around out of the top of circle circles back into the corner again he's tried to drive there he gets medical wall lot with a big hit halo winds would up at the point throws it at the goaltender hits traffic rebound played up towards the blue line kept with although allow the shot high into the netting there somaliland is on a full attack here looking to get on the sport early that was one of the keys of the game from coach david wilkie i an interview with him coming up in the first admission along with an interview with jared nightingale and associate coach sheraton to make though faced off to the right side of the goaltender here it whistle as the referee did look up he is ready for that one in escorts a player out personal neil in for the draw here i'm a draw for that one puckett a far wall faro comes out with that one but jack randle's times man to the wall but played out to the point but appointment was up here comes the force to on one played alan ford just out of the reach there for schmidt fed strip he can lance is a threat to public order randall just out of his reach what comes after the majors are backing down by dare on as he gets off the is there for a quick line change the puk was back after nieces on over the purvis bright side to randle cradle takes speaking of the blue line but back into the neutral zone the five tried to get it down o'neal comes out with it gets it over the pelican on the far side held the brings a forward upper refine on the far left wing he gets tired up against the puk taken away from them he comes off a line change there comes far to let the red line they're met there trying to get something going here they have the attacking zone now far sidewalk and the data wreath rolled out through that one around.
"purvis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"purvis" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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