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"rachel evans" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And if he wanted to move forward, he chose not to charge because Muller, he gave it to him and took into account the special counsel, so determination and then later on with a special counsel himself, saying that he wasn't going charge either way and was not them by this opinion. My question becomes, though, you've got great opinions, both of you on these issues of obstruction. But again, as I said before, in starting this, the, the main priority, and you both mentioned this was the Russian interference in our election. Miss mcquaid. I haven't a quote, and it was it was a tweet from you and says, hey Mahler look over here at Matt Al has found the collusion. Follow the sanctions. If this whole cable news thing doesn't work out for you. Right. What you have a real future in the FBI this December one twenty eighteen I have a question to you. Yes or no to you, and Rachel Evans. So collusion's the special counsel didn't have well collusion is interesting term. Congressman talents. And it's a term that Robert Muller in his report says I didn't use because it's kind of confusing. And so ultimately after reading his report, what he says, is I wasn't able to establish the crime of conspiracy, but he did document numerous contacts between Russia and the Trump campaign. In fact, right at the very beginning of the report at page, one on jump in here because you can read the quesion us, an interesting comment though, in which many of us have said about this issue of collusion. Was it was not? But I've had many even members of congress and others. Continue this product that there's collusion plane side, the presence committed a crime. And when you just stated the original process here, but my question is I'm assuming it's a no. You don't have any more Meisner evidence than than we have here. John just a question. May I answer. I'm. I'm bound by the five minute afraid of page one and I've read it thing Mr. Dane. Interesting. You talk about the issue of party, but actually ender Muller reported sales when it talked about the party and you discussed it where Nixon said, he shouldn't have the actual quote on page. One twenty two of this was I don't wanna talk about cars. Flynn yet. The president actually said, I don't want never offered apart. And he didn't wanna talk about it. So, again, here's our issue here. And you made the best for all the, the concerning of this right now, when you start off, and I'm not a fact, witness neither, or others, we're simply here, conjecturing, opinions and law school. And for those of us writing notes fear favorites I feel like professor, we're back in law school again. But at the end of the day, where we're headed with this is the concern that I have is that we have back in the discussion was here for later on what does this committee have Robert Muller didn't have, what does this committee have when you go through the literally not teen lawyers, forty FBI, twenty eight hundred five hundred we merely can get through most of our work week without stopping. So I think the question that concern for most of us here is this is not a redo as the chairman it is a, redo from a weaker position. And simply goes back to what has always been centered this political consideration. Not a criminal could we're. Not an investigative. There's plenty more than I would like to have answered here. We just unfortunately are bound by our times without I'll have the chairman. Expired the witness man to the question. The question was addressed to me. And I think that this committee does have a role in. It is adding something that the special counsel could not. And that's public education. This report has not been widely read in the United States is not even been widely read in the congress from some of my conversations, but I think it's a very important function that the committee is serving by bringing these matters to public attention. Appreciate that in for the educational purposes. I really meant it more Stephen and not a question. This is she's radio programming from Monday gentleman's time has now expired. General eighty from California. Ms wing's recognized fine. Thank you. This chairman on may seventeenth 2017 deputy attorney general Rosenstein appointed the special counsel and on page eight volume two of the report, it states, and I quote in the days following the special counsels appointments, the president repeatedly told advisors including Priebus, Bannon and Mcgann that special counsel Muller, had conflicts of interest on page, eighty one report states. And again, I quote, van and recall telling the president that the ported, the reported conflicts where ridiculous, and that none of them was real or could come close to justifying precluding Muller from serving special counsel on may twenty third. The Justice department cleared the special counsel of any conflicts on page eighty one volume two it describes the president's reaction, quote the president complained about the asserted, conflicts and prodded, Mcgann to reach out to Rosenstein about. The issue began said he was funded that he could not make such a call and the president should instead consult, his personal lawyer, because it was not a White House issue. Mr. dean, you've recalled that you were here, last July, eleventh, nineteen seventy four I was here to working for my predecessor Don Edwards, who was a member of the judiciary, this time you have extensive experience, as Jen as the council for the White House understanding the rule of White House counsel. Why would McCann refer the president to private counsel? Because what's happened since my day in the White House is the American Bar Association. Developed a rule rule point one. Skamania rule one point one three which makes it very clear in representation of an organization that the client are not the constituents of the organization, or the person who runs the organization or people who run the organization. It is the organization is a result, Mr Ken McCann represents not Donald Trump. But he represents the office of the president. So he has a very different client. He also from apparently from press reports, has advised the president that he has no attorney client privilege. So that's why I perceive, I, I would assume is the reason he referred, the president outside counsel to the these, thank you. The report goes on to cite contemporaneous notes taken by Mr. Mcgann on may twenty third on pages, eighty one and eighty two of volume two. It says. Quote, Mcgann advise the president could discuss the issue with his personal attorney, but it would look like still trying to meddle in the investigation and knocking out Muller would be another fact us to claim obstruction of Justice, professor Vance. What is your reaction to this exchange between the president and the White House counsel, this entire set of facts, congresswoman, is very troubling because remember where we are at this point in time, we have a special counsel, who's just been appointed to investigate Russian interference with the election. And now suddenly we have a president who's looking for reasons to remove him. And the reason that the president lands on his well this special counsel has some conflicts. He shouldn't be permitted to run an investigation into me. He engaged in some representation with some other lawyers. He represented me. We want to have a squabble about golf course there were a couple. Couple of issues that the president raise, and those issues were examined by the Justice department and the Justice department cleared special counsel Mueller. So there has never been legally a conflict with special counsel Muller's participation in this case. But the president persisted here in energy discussed with Mr. dean, that was referred on to the president is a matter, he should take with his personal lawyer not to continue discussing with the White House counsel and this repeated fall back to the president, by the notion that he should be able to somehow conflict, the special counsel out of his job was receiving strong pushback. So the president's continued persistence here, at least in my judgment forms. One of the acts of -struction, ultimately, resulting in the president taking affirmative steps to have special counsel, Mueller fired that this entire colloquy that you refer to his very instructive on the issue of the president's intent at this point in time joy. White Vance former US attorney, thank you professor professor mcquaid. You see it similarly. What's your reaction to is I think one of the things that's important. I know that the report is long at four hundred forty eight pages, but it really is important to read the whole report. And I would urge everyone here to do, so if they have not yet had an opportunity and members of the public because even though only a handful of the obstructive acts were found met each and every element of obstruction of Justice. I think it's really important to see the whole context of behavior to understand the significance of those events. If this were a criminal case in court, a jury would be instructed to look at the totality of the circumstances, so that they can have a full understanding of what's going on. And it seemed that what's going on here looking at the totality of the circumstances is that President Trump felt threatened by Robert Muller. He felt threatened by him. Even though there was no finding of a crime of conspiracy at the time the investigation was going on President Trump didn't know that was going to be the outcome. In fact, that he was aware of numerous contacts with Russia, that may be exposed, the Trump Tower meeting with Russians and his family members. There was also the matter of Michael Collins payments to a woman to buy her silence before the election. All of those things could have been things that motivated, President Trump. Let's not forget that one of the things that motivated. Bill Clinton was covering up an extramarital affair, and so there are things other than. The crime that the investigator is looking at that quiz could motivate a person to try to end investigation and under the law. They are equally prohibited. Barbara mcquade also, former US attorney is expired. Generally. Gentlemen from Ohio, Cabot. Thank you. Mr Chairman, Mr. dean to the best of my knowledge, I don't think that we've ever met, I'm going to four hundred thirty five members of the house. There are a lot of us been only one of you, your pretty famous. Let me take you back away back in nineteen seventy two. I was a freshman in college and voted for president for the first time I'd I'd have been nineteen years old. I voted for Richard Nixon principally because I thought he was improving relations with Russia and with China, and I thought that was a good thing. Well, the next year nineteen Seventy-three in June, June, twenty second to be exact married. My high school sweetheart next week will have been married. Forty six years now and on our honeymoon in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. And then in mammoth, cave, Kentucky among other things that I remember, I remember watching you testify before congress about the president that I had voted for in about some very bad things that he had done the next year. Of course that president resign. Signed in disgrace in which replaced by Gerald Ford. A lot of my friends people my age at the time we're really turned off from politics, a bunch of crooks. Why would anybody ever want to be involved in politics? It just the opposite effect on me. I thought we needed people involved in politics for the right reason, the one help their community or the country. And, and so I decided that someday I was going to get involved in politics for a couple of years later, seventy six voted for Jimmy Carter, by the way for president because I thought it was wrong at Ford had been pardoned head pardon Nixon figuring out. There have been some sort of. Crooked deal that went on there. So anyway, a couple years later, I did get involved in politics. And I ran as an independent for Cincinnati city council lost in two years later, Republican and this time I lost again. So Finally, I did get elected the council. The next time served for five years. So for five years as a county commission, and then lo and behold back in one thousand nine hundred ninety four and the Republican revolution..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. So this story in the finance section is about what some say is the journey. Little secret of ETF here to fill in the blanks for Puerto Zach mitre and Rachel Evans. So guys take me back because you start the story this way to September. And what happened? Temple. We saw this enormous inflow of cash into a technology fund fuller daylight, an outflow of cash now this is something that we've been watching on the team for a while. We've heard about this big index balancing that was gonna take place in September as the gigs that classification system for the S and P five hundred Jake's so we kind of like waiting for this. But what we saw the inflow. It was a really really large one more than three billion coming in and going out the next day. They kind of like gos- thinking about what these traits are. What about we've seen kind of these traits in the past may typically happen when you do see an index, balancing, you see kind of the lights for like getting rid of the stock that it no longer needs and trying to get in the stock that it does. Now want to own normal part of market fund. But a very very large trade. And this is something that I think that kind of picked up so tell tell me what you picked up on the it looks. There's kind of a totally innocent explanation for which is just this is how this fun needs to get rid of a few stocks and get some other news stocks. And this is how it's doing. But that's actually not what's really going on. Because if they wanted to do that, then they could just wait until market close on the day that the index change took place in it could sell those stocks that needed to leave in by the new ones or they could swap with an investment banker something, but instead two days ahead of time. They're having a Bank put new stock into the fun. Become a big investor in the fund fourteen percent of the fund increases in size and the stock that the Bank is putting in includes the stock they need to get rid of two days later. So why would they be doing that it just seems kind of illogical on its face? So why would they be doing that? Because if they sell the stock or swap, it was an investment Bank. This is like Facebook stock they need to get rid of this appreciated in value built in gain. If they sell it. They have to report that game to the IRS and their investors have to pay tax on it. But if an investor in the fund. Wants to withdraw from the fund and they give that stock away to the investor. You know is compensation for them leaving.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. So this story in the finance section is about what some say is the journey. Little secret of ETF here to fill in the blanks reporters, Zach miner and Rachel Evans. So guys take me back because you start the story this way to September. And what happened? September. We saw this enormous inflow of cash into a technology fund fully daylight by an outfit of cash now. This is something that we'd be watching for on the team for a while. We've heard about this big index rebalancing that was going to take place in September as the gigs that classification system for the S and P five hundred Jake's so we were kind of like waiting for this. But we saw the implant it was a really really large one more than three billion coming in and going out the next day like gos- thinking rationally about what these traits are about. We've seen these traits in the pas decapa when you do see an index rebalancing you see kind of with getting rid of the stock that it no no Logan needs. And try to get in the stoke that it does not want to own normal part of market. Actually, how are you? But very very large trade. This is something that I think is that kind of picked up on. So tell tell me what you picked up on. Well, so the it looks there's kind of a totally innocent explanation for which is just this is how this fun needs to get rid of a few stocks and get some other news stocks. And this is how it's doing. But that's actually not what's really going on. Because if they wanted to do that, then they could just wait until market closed on the day that the index changed to place, and they could sell the stocks that needed to leave and by the new ones or they could swap with an investment banker something, but instead two days ahead of time. They're having a Bank put new stock into the fun. Become a big investor in the fund fourteen percent of the fund increases in size and the stock that the Bank is putting in includes the stock they need to get rid of two days later. So why would they be doing that? It just seems kind of illogic UIL on its face. So why would they be doing that? Because if they sell the stock or swap it with an investment Bank. This is like Facebook stock they need to get rid of this appreciated in value built in gain. If they sell it. They have to report that gain to the IRS and their investors have to pay tax on it. But if an investor in the fund. Wants to withdraw from the fund, and they give.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's about to get more exciting. I promise a war Peggy a price war. And now the unthinkable happened. There's a fund out there that it's not just cutting fees, but it's paying you to invest. Yes. This fee were reached a new level of crazy town this week in here to explain to us. How that happened is Rachel Evans. She's our Bloomberg news ETF reporter, Rachel you had one of the most read stories on the Bloomberg this week about how an ETF does hit the market. That's actually, not even free. It's paying investors. How so we've had this crazy period of fi cutting and count Cussing over the last three weeks of finally in the last couple of weeks. We had a fun come out that said, it would actually pay investors to buy it. What they're doing is. They are doing a fee waiver for the first year, which means they don't have any management fee, and then they're also contribute five basis points about fifty cents for every one thousand invested to the funds. You will actually get some money back on money going into your returns on top of not paying. They're basically paying you interest like in a Bank account. I mean works admitted looks like that isn't actually technically how that plays out. They are going to contribute money into the fund. So it will boost your performance it will offset any sort of like negative drag that the fund may have in terms of its performance. It will give you a little bit of a left. What fund is this? What are they invested? They of investing in low volatility stocks to the ticket is L S L T, and the idea is basically this is a fun for people that are skeptical about where the market's heading maybe they want a little bit of protection on the downside to this fund. Looks to buy stocks that have less volatility potentially cushioning. If you do have who runs it and how they're gonna how they're gonna make money if they're paying me. Right. So this is a fun run by salt financial. They're relatively new ETF. Therein lies the clue as to why they're doing this. It's very very hard. For new ETF issue is to make it begs a three point eight trillion industry. It sounds like a lot of money to come round. But there are over two thousand funds competing for that. Dash are you telling me this is like a. Gimmick. Some have been talking about them. They're getting free advertisements from us. Yeah. And I think that's definitely passive never frontal is part of the idea is that you need to. I know John is it tough life we lead. But yeah, you need to make a splash in the industry. If you have any chance of standing out you obviously can come out with a great strategy. But if nobody really sees it, then you have any opportunity to actually attract that money. So the idea is that this is kind of like a sweetener that kind of puts his own people's agenda, and hopefully accelerates their asset management at cruelty one hundred million very quickly because that is the point at which things really actually cancelled takeoff refund in your story, though, we have Eric balchunas one of our Bloomberg intelligence experts saying this strategy could actually backfire. Yes. This is an interesting kind of debate. I think within the industry when you cut to zero or below zero what does that kind of say to investors about those funds here there is a risk potentially that there's some investors look at it quite skeptical because I think like you guys were asking what am I being paid for why somebody giving this away for free? And I think that could be potentially a concern for some for some investors. I didn't maybe why you don't see a big asset managers going down. This zero will subzero re anytime soon. Okay. I was gonna ask you one southwest cuts its fares. Everybody there's a price war in the that industry. Is there a price war? Shaping up is gonna get more intense in this industry as a result. We've already had a very sort of face a fee, cutting and counts Cussing over the last three weeks. I counted nine issue is that have cut or launched lower price funds. So it's pretty face already. But there are a few different levels to this war on the one hand, you have these kind of new issues are looking maintenance letty gimmicky way, looking to make a splash get out and get that names in the papers. Then you have the big guys your black crops vanguard state street's those guys are kind of Juki out a munchies amongst each other looking to kinda capture a little bit more of market share and make sure that they are keeping up with one another. And then you also have some guys like Schwab. Who are they're not quite in the top three, but they're sort of like knocking on the door. And they're really looking to try and kind of like. Compete with the three big guys. So whenever you see a fee cut come out from the likes of black Blackwell vanguard, you'll find Schwab coming out a couple of days later in shaping a few basis points off their fans. What are you washing four next? What do you think could be one of the new the next benchmark moves? So I think it's really interesting so far that while we have gone to sub zero and we have another fund that's offering a fee waiver is gonna take its feet zero for year. We haven't actually seen an issue come out with a flat zero face. We had J P Morgan come a couple of weeks ago with two basis points that is the cheapest fund when it comes to this headline figure of what you will continue to pay over the life of the fund. So I think if we have a big issue come out, and they price at zero for the for the duration not just as a one year special offer that will be kind of interesting, but also gonna be really interested to see how and whether black welcome vanguard respond to that call like two basis points from JP Morgan it still costs money to move from one fund to another. So you might have a tax Bill, for example, you have trading costs if you're trying to get out of a more expense. Refunded into a cheaper fun to be interesting to see if J P Morgan does low assets without basis point products. And if they do whether vanguard and black respond, Rachel terrific story this week on the cashback ETF that's hitting the market and trouble signs ahead. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. That's Rachel Evans. Bloomberg news reporter in New York and just ahead on Bloomberg finance sitting on cash or investing. I'm.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"John. It's about to get more exciting. I promise a war Peggy a price war. And now the unthinkable happened. There's a fund out there that it's not just cutting fees, but it's paying you to invest. Yes. This fee were reached a new level of crazy town this week in here to explain to us. How that happened is Rachel Evans. She's our Bloomberg news ETF reporter, racial, you had one of the most read stories on the Bloomberg this week about how an ETF does hit the market. That's actually, not even free. It's paying investors. How we've had this crazy period of fi cutting encounter Cussing over the last three weeks of finally in the last couple of weeks. We had a fun come out that said, it would actually pay investors to buy it. What they're doing is. They are doing a fee waiver for the first year, which means they don't have any management fee, and then they're also going to contribute five basis points about fifty cents for every one thousand invested to the funds. You will actually get some money back on money going into your returns on top of not paying any. They're basically paying you interest like in a Bank account works. It looks like that isn't actually of technically how that plays out. They are going to contribute money into the fund. So it will kind of like boost your performance it will offset any sort of like negative drag. But the fund may have in terms of its performance. It will give you a little bit of a left fund is this. What do they invest it? They of investing in low volatility stocks. The ticket is L S L T. And the idea is basically this is a fun for people that are skeptical about where the market's heading maybe they want a little bit of protection on the downside to this fund. Looks to buy stocks that have less volatility potentially cushioning you if you do have who runs it and how they're gonna how they're gonna make money if they're paying me to say, this is a fun run by salt financial. They're relatively new ETF issue in lies a clue as to why they're doing this. It's very very hard. For new ETF issue is to make it big as a three point eight trillion industry, which sounds like a lot of money to come round. But there are over two thousand funds competing for that. Dash are you telling me this is like a. Gimmick. Some have been talking about them. They're getting free advertisements from us. Yeah. And I think that's definitely positive front is part of the idea is that you need to use. I know John it's a tough life we lead. But you need to make a splash in the industry. If you have any charts of standing out, you obviously can come out with a great strategy. But if nobody really sees it, then you have any opportunity to actually attract that money. So the idea is that this is kind of like a sweetener that kind of puts it on people's agenda, and hopefully accelerates their asset management accrual to one hundred million very quickly because that is the point at which things really actually can starts takeoff refund in your story, though, we have Eric balchunas one of our Bloomberg intelligence experts saying this strategy could actually backfire. Yes. This is an interesting debate. I think within the industry when you cut to zero or below zero what does that kind of say to investors about those funds? Yeah. There is a risk potentially that there's some investors look at it quite skeptical because I think like you guys were asking what am I being paid for why somebody giving away for free? And I think that could be potentially a concern for some for some investors, and it may be why? Don't see other bigger asset managers going down. This zero will subzero anytime soon. Okay. I was gonna ask you one south west cuts its fares. Everybody there's a price war in the that industry. Is there a price war? Shaping up is going to get more intense in this industry as a result. We've already had a very sort of fist a fee, cutting and counts Cussing over the last three weeks. I counted nine issue is that have cut a launched lower price funds. So it's pretty face already with are few different levels to this war on the one hand, you have these kind of new issues are looking maybe in a slutty gimmicky way. But looking to make a splash get out there and get their names in the papers. Then you have the big guys your Blackhawks vanguard state street's those guys out a munchies amongst each other looking to kinda capture a little bit more of market share and make sure that they are keeping up with one another. And then you also have some guys like Schwab. Who are they're not quite in the top three, but they're sort of like knocking on the door, and they're really looking to try and kind of like compete with a three bay. Hey, guys. So whenever you see a fee cut come out from the likes of black Hooker vanguard, you'll find Schwab coming out a couple of days later and shaping few basis points off their phones. What are you washing for next? What do you think could be one of the new the next benchmark moves? So I think it's really interesting so far that while we have gone to sub zero and we have another fund. That's offering a fee waiver is gonna take its feet and zero for yet. We haven't actually seen an issue come out with a flat zero feet. So we Morgan come a couple of weeks ago with two basis points that is the cheapest fund when it comes to this sort of headline figure of what you will continue to pay over the life of the fund. So I think if we have a big issue come out, and they price it zero for the for the duration, not just as a one year special offer that will be kind of interesting, but also gonna be really interested to see how and whether black welcome vanguard respond to that colored like two basis points from JP Morgan it still costs money to move from one fund to another. So you might have a tax Bill, for example, you have trading costs. If you're trying to get out of a more expensive fund into a cheaper. Refund. So be interesting to see if be Morgan does low assets without basis point products. And if they do whether vanguard and black respond, Rachel terrific story this week on the cashback ETF that's hitting the market and trouble signs head. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. That's Rachel Evans. Bloomberg news reporter in New York and just ahead on Bloomberg finance sitting on cash or investing. I'm.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's about to get more exciting. I promise a war Peggy a price war. And now the unthinkable happened. There's a fund out there that it's not just cutting fees, but it's paying you to invest. Yes. This fee were reached a new level of crazy town this week in here to explain to us. How that happened is Rachel Evans. She's our Bloomberg news ETF reporter, Rachel you had one of the most read stories on the Bloomberg this week about how an ETF does hit the market. That's actually, not even free. It's paying investors. How so we've had this crazy period of fi cutting and count cutting over the last three weeks of finally in the last couple of weeks. We had a fun come out that it would actually pay investors to buy it. What they're doing is. They are doing a fee waiver for the first year, which means they don't have any management fee, and then they're also going to contribute five basis points about fifty cents for everyone invested to the funds. You will actually get some money back on money going into your returns on top of not paying any. They're basically paying you interests like in a Bank account. I mean it works. I mean, it looks like isn't actually technically how that that kind of plays out. They are going to contribute money into the fund. So it will boost your performance it will offset any sort of like negative drag that the fund may have in terms of its performance. It will give you a little bit of a left fund is this. What do they they of investing in low volatility? Stocks to the ticket is L S L T, and the idea is basically this is a fun for people that are skeptical about where the market's heading maybe they want a little bit of protection on the downside. So this looks to buy stocks that have less volatility potentially cushioning, you if you do have who runs it and how they're gonna how they gonna make money if they're paying me to write. So this is a fun run by salt financial. They're relatively new ETF show. Therein lies the clue as to why they're doing this. It's very very hard. For new ETF issue is to make it big as a three point eight trillion industry, which sounds like a lot of money to come round. But there are over two thousand funds competing for that dash or are you telling me this is like a. Gimmick. Obvi- some have been talking about them. They're getting free advertisements from us. Yeah. And I think that's definitely passive frontal is part of the idea is that you need to us. I know John it's a tough life we lead. But yet you need to make a splash in the industry. If you have any chance of standing out you obviously can come out with a great strategy. But if nobody really sees it, then you have any opportunity to actually attract that money. So the idea is that this is kind of like a sweetener that kind of puts his on people's agenda, and hopefully accelerates their asset management at cruelty one hundred million very quickly because that is the point at which things really actually cancel takeoff refund. Rachel in your story, though, we have Eric balchunas one of our Bloomberg intelligence experts saying this strategy could actually backfire. Yes. This is an interesting kind of debate. I think within the industry when you cut to zero or below zero. What does that kind of say to investors about those funds? There is a risk potentially that there's some investors look at it quite skeptical because I think like you guys were asking what am I being paid for why somebody giving us away for free? And I think that could be potentially a concern for some for some investors, and it may be why? Don't see a bigger asset managers going down this zero. We'll subzero anytime saying, okay, I was gonna ask you one southwest cuts its fares. Everybody there's a price war in the that industry. Is there a price war? Shaping up is gonna get more intense in this industry as a result. We've already had a very sort of fist with a fee, cutting and counts Cussing over the last three weeks. I counted nine issues that have cut or launch lower price funds. So it's pretty face already. But there are a few different levels to this war on the one hand, you have these kind of new issues are looking the slutty gimmicky way. But looking to make a splash get out that get their names in the papers. Then you have the big guys your Blackhawks vanguard state street's those guys are kind of a munchies amongst each other looking to kinda capture a little bit more of market share and make sure that they are keeping up with one another. And then you also have some guys like Schwab. Who are they're not quite in the top three, but they're sort of like knocking on the door, and they're really looking to try and kind of like compete with the three. Guys. So whenever you see a fee cut come out from likes Blackwell vanguard. You'll find Schwab coming out a couple of days later in shaping a few basis points off their phones. What are you waiting for next? What do you think could be one of the new the next benchmark moves? So I think it's very interesting so far that while we could've gone to sub zero and we have another fund. That's offering a fee waiver is gonna take its feet and zero for you. We haven't actually seen an issue come out with a flat zero face. We had AP Morgan come a couple of weeks ago with two basis points that is the cheapest fund when it comes to this headline figure of what you will continue to pay over the life of the fund. So I think if we have a big issue come out, and they price at zero for the for the duration not just as a one year special offer that will be kind of interesting, but I also gonna be really interested to see how and whether Blackhawk and vanguard respond to that color, like two basis points from JP Morgan it still costs money to move from one fund to another. So you might have a tax Bill, for example, you have trading costs if you're trying to get out of a more expensive funding into a cheap. Refund to be interesting to see if Morgan does low assets without basis point products. And if they do whether the vanguard and black responded, Rachel terrific story this week on the cashback ETF that's hitting the market and trouble signs ahead. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. That's Rachel Evans. Bloomberg news reporter in New York and just ahead on Bloomberg finance sitting on cash or investing..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Don't Mess with Christine Sydelko

"Okay. Yeah. So basically people think that the driver was in on it. He was paid by either the British government or some other country's government that wanted her out of the picture. People will think that like the, oh there's blood samples indicate that the driver was drinking before he was driving. Why? Yeah. But then it was that was three times the French legal limit Jesus God he was hammered, and then he'd been taking anti depressants. Okay. We'll we all. I drive on the other person's all the time. It's called life. Whoa. So. But was with what that have been her normal driver CPO. There was. So was it her normal drivers some Rando like car service. There were so many discussion that yesterday Diana was a faithful seatbelt user. And therefore the fact that both her and Doni seatbelts were either failed or were not used was sinister and might suggest sabotage God. 'cause people like testified that she was very religious and putting on her seatbelt. But who whose personality trait is I always wear seat belt? Like a lot of people's. I think I think once you ride in Newburgh many times, I don't eat us evolve. I mean when I'm driving. I always have a seat belt on I should not be admitting to this whatever I mean, also, oh, it's kind of like thirty rock where he waits before he calls before when he runs over it. When Jack runs over his mom, and he waits eight minutes that she was kind of not going to make light of. That the emergency service recall that twelve twenty six am. But then she didn't get to the hospital until two six am. Oh my God. Yeah. But then some people are saying it takes a long time. So it's like it's all like. Yeah. Oh my God. That's I think that's part of conspiracy theories for me is that like like there's just never going to be an answer to that. Yeah. Always going to be an explanation like there's just never going to be a concrete evidence. There's never going to be concrete evidence to shit. And I think that bothers me is that like you could just come up with like anything. Now, you can see ever you want. I just wanted to know like for that. Like if it was just happenstance if it was like. Sign of good inside job. Joe? Karl rove and Britney Spears get lunch together. I don't know. That's what I want. I feel like that really ties to the Bush administration. That is the sense. I'm getting from that narrative. Yeah. I dunno. It's crazy. And we'll never know. You're right. But we'll also never know why this show has been canceled yet that really is a conspiracy theory. What Mark who the fuck are you are you a lizard person? He's knotting. Yeah. Remark. We're all lizard people. When you think about it? I can't believe that there. That's just like a thing. Indra outside. He goes. Well, yeah. Like, people are real and lizards. On that note. Why not why not? And that's why not and don't mess. Bye. Bye. Hi, guys. I'm cattleman. You might know me from cycle. Twenty four of America's next top model. Have a brand new podcast called not glamorous on this podcast. I'll be taking off the ice outta fitting in my heels for some comfy shoes. And I'll tell you all about what happens before during and after the runway each week, I'll be covering different topic in the world of modeling on the glamorous by nothing up podcasts. Forever. You get your podcast you soon. Hello. It's me. Rachel evans. Do you? Remember me because I remember you. I love you. And I'm glad to see you guess what? Y'all dark five is back, and we're doing a podcast, and I implore you to subscribe, if you like serial killers if you like ghosts if you like ectoplasms if you like printed, if you like spooky do keys and also maybe some blood stuff, maybe some chaos magic. Maybe some Satan. Oh mix. I did come subscribe. And get grossed out with me. I Christmas out. I love it. Oh, see you on the internet.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"People were really really really supportive. Devon brana. Who will be at the Austin show sent a really great message on patriotic that just calmed me. And the truth is that we just want to say for anyone who listened and was turned off. And I'm sure there were many of you, and we thank you for not letting us know or sending us a message because we don't need you notes. We just want to say like we're gonna we were coming up. We think the new segment will be called solutions. Instead of having the segment with your period. Right. Because I'm finding that. That's just not. It's just not going to happen. First of all. And then see reserved for racists. Yeah. That's can w we realize that's going to be reserved for the real. That's to be real. I mean, if I'm going to yell at someone it's going to be someone who's got nothing to offer back. Right. So, you know, when we're talking to people who are just conservatives or Republicans or have different opinions or whatever, but we have some common ground. There's not going to be really yelling, you know. Yeah. I don't need to you know, work growing up and we're trying in twenty and scratchy nineteen to find solution. Yeah. Find solutions. So we're going to hopefully have him back and really get into the nitty gritty of things. And granted, you know. I'm not we're not opposed to. I'm certainly not opposed to a hard pushback, but I'm also got to be open to learning things to and it might be gay Republicans and black Republicans and female Republicans like exactly and I was gonna say Megan McCain. Republicans that might be where the solutions lie. That's where we're going to find people who truly are socially liberal, right? And they're going to be fiscally conservative. If you will. We think that whole thing is bullshit, but we're going to start, you know, bring it on bring on like a like a black guy Republican. I don't know where the hell we're going to find one. I don't know. But we would love to talk to him. And and see and. Yeah. And find solutions just find solutions. Yes. That's what we want to do. So if anyone was turned off we wanted to. Pointlessly tell you that. It was it was by design. You know? Yes. Yeah. Exactly. It was by design, and we we've fucked up by calling it Julie's Guinea yell at someone, but you were period. Which is what's ironic, which is is that I was, but I'm gonna reserve the yelling for someone who really deserves it. Hello. It's me. Rachel evans. Do you? Remember me because I remember you and I love you. And I'm glad to see you guess what? Y'all dark five is back, and we're doing a podcast, and I implore you to subscribe, if you like serial killers if you like ghosts if you like ectoplasms if you like cryptos if you like the spooky Dookie is and also maybe some blood stuff and maybe some chaos magic, maybe some Satan. Oh, I mix. I did come subscribe. And get grossed out with me. I Christmas out. I love it. I'll see you on the internet..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"I'm not wearing my glasses that are like Brompton, the people that and I'm not even stoned like the people that say like, they're stone. And then they're like hold on. I can't hear you turn the light on or whatever. Can't I can't everything's blurry. We're going to go sick. We will be back next week next. Yes. Stay cool. Brothers. All right. Bye. Almost forgot the clinking are a benches because we have been not bored of board games. If you will. That was really shitty. You're like, wow. Lemme intro bench time. What I sacrificed in for that job? Whatever. You guys this week are what board game you are as a person slash what you're playing if you don't want to identify as board game because. Morph into a board game before we get started. What board game? Are you? Chris working, my I'm okay in a true Pisces way. It's a guess, it's technically. Oh, actually, that's such a better answer. Monopoly. First of all, I'm sorry. What what about the game of life too? I don't wanna be live over me. Monopoly. Yeah. Definitely monopoly. But I was also gonna say, you know, that little game where there's all the little fish like a tiny little fishing pole, and they have Manguson their mouth. Okay. Anyway. So we're starting off with Courtney who is connect four JiJi Goldfarb is guests who Sarah Boothe is seen it on. Bill is conspiracy. Angelica Felise is near and far. I couldn't stop there in poll. Are sequence alley Chandler is checkers. Just Mongol is anti monopoly. I am also identifying Taylor Sutton is summit. Amy Ray Felix risk. Yoann? Attorney gleaning is trouble. You are. Trouble. Lauren. Niyaz landslide Kim Vander sluice's vanished planet Hannah, Potosi trivial pursuit, Kimberly. Prose is primordial soup. Interesting. That's easy. Also that Chile's fogging salsa over that was. Tcf Phillips is tracks to tell you ride. Brooke Rene is break. The safe savannah Polisi is settlers of Catan shantelle PR is candy land, grandma's degree, train robbery. We're apparently going to really like the Sophie Jaramillo is sorry for what Josie Grundy is chess. Stephanie Lee is the game of life. Michelle Cox's, Mississippi Queen Rebecca MAC is Mahjong was we right is Rummy q. I like how he put both of those next to each other. Gwen Stowe is snakes and ladders. Catch. Scholtz's scatter. Gorey's acing Zola's yahtzee Jess Adams Jenga daisy. Blossom Dadi is dungeons and dragons Brunner's battleship. Juanita car is men kala metoo marbles, so flat. They really marvels Holbrooke is Aaron hound Madison. Grier is power grid. Chloe? Ireland is clue Caitlin Wayland is dart wars Voyin is Vinci met. So as day. Night monopoly and Rachel Evans is robo rally fucked. You also if we all just if you remember what McCall is did we all just like feel those flat discs hands to get one? I have no idea how to play it. I would be like oh you ever played. I have. But I didn't know what I was doing. I just pick up Giannis. Chinese. Playing okay. The other benches are all those individuals the smooth smooth, gend thingies. We've got Alexa, Stephanie age. Samantha grace Bowman alley Malone. Thank you for supporting the show. Hope you enjoy whatever garbage. We put out in two thousand nineteen hanging on what I hope you're nineteen is as smooth as those Flatman politics because only fuck their effervescent was once. I'm still feel Marino. In my hand have like a what is that? Like a. A member. Touch memory. Sure, we'll go with that. All right. Bye..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Engines, Taylor Sutton is Superfly Amy Ray Felix. Ralph breaks the internet. You wanna talk to glean as tag Laura Niyaz game night. Kim Vander sluice's slender man that came out and tell us is Pacific rim. Uprising Kimberly Broza is proud Mary Teague Phillips's fifty shades freed, and we were all free this year. Rene is red Sparrow, savannah policy is peppermint shantelle PR is Peter rabbit, grandma is the Grinch Sophie are. Oh, wait, speaking of the Grinch. Someone told me they gave him a love interest. And her name is the bench. What how? Did we not know about this? If that is not if that's if that's true. Yeah. Yeah. So I do research, but me. Sophie jar mellow is solo a Star Wars story Josie Grundy is eighth grade. That was a good one. Stephanie Lee is life of the party show. Cox's mission impossible fall for Beck. Amac is eight hundred the death, cure lovely right is a wrinkle in time. Gwen stow is a stars. Born catch Sherlock Holmes as Mendoza's game night. Just is quiet. Please. Daisy. Blossom Dadi is death wish. So anybody Brune is hotel Transylvania three some vacation iconic wanting to car is I can only imagine. And that's true. I can only imagine what you are want. Liz Holbrooke is the house with a clock in its walls. Madison. Grier is Mary Poppins returns. Chloe? Ireland is incredible stew Caitlin Wayland. Is when we first met Flynn is venom MacKenzie night is night school and Rachel Evans's extinction. The rest of y'all are the. Born because as the most iconic piece of cinematic experience, we've experienced this year experience, we've got Stephanie h Smith agrees Terron Parker, Bill Mendez and Allie Malone. We hope you guys enjoyed this episode of coffee with crotch them. And we will see next week. Sure. Why I got really formal back by.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"We should do a prediction, and we should also do like a urine review, and we might have done that last year. So maybe we should listen to last year's New Year's episode. True. True. We should do that. You should what if we predicted things. Yeah. Okay. Well, let's we'll go back. We'll listen to whatever. And then I don't want to. Yeah. Eight here. Anyway, we'll just talk more about that later date. But probably like whatever the last upset of this is for the year. Yes. Whenever that is. I said the what the last year while when? I don't know. It's two weeks because I just need to know for my own records. I think it's like the day after Christmas. Honestly, it is. Well, it's the yeah. The twenty six. Yeah. Okay. So yeah, we'll do that. Okay. Well, thank you guys for hanging out as always two hundred and forty episodes. That's a lot. God bless you vinca. Stay tuned. The rest of y'all we'll see next week nothing to really clink here. But we'll try shitty. Pasta by. We love clinking are reusable cups. Nature. Okay benches this week. This is what we're town. You're going to go. It's got a weird name. This really really good while while gross. You really sit. Say sailed that. But sold is what I meant. I don't know. More. Will we get to this part of the podcast, usually my brain did all that talking out of her? All right. Let's start off with Gordon who's going to climax Georgia. I love climaxed door to honestly never been there. But I wanted maybe I don't Jackie Goldfarb's going to good intent New Jersey, which I would say just sums up jersey. General Sir booth is going to bacon level, Alabama. Someone called feed 'em Corby is going to coupon. That's where I'm from good. So true and Joseph leases going to accident, Maryland, Madeline Young's going to why city the letter y what is that Arkansas? Yes. Well, this is going to be another test fucking test. Just Monica is going to money Mississippi, but he wrote MS money, MS like, that's my name MS money Taylor Sutton's going to Satan's kingdom, Massachusetts. Amy Ray Felix is going to difficult. Tennessee wanna talk to glean he's going to tightwad Mississippi or Michigan Michigan. It's Michigan is mission. What's mississippi? Animus those shut the more. You know, Lauren Niyaz is going to nowhere. Colorado, Kim Vander sluice's going virgin, Utah described and. And this is going to hazard Ville, Connecticut. Kimberly prose is going to Kickapoo Kansas. Phil is going to truth or consequences. New mexico. Shut the fuck up Brooke grenades. Going to big beaver PA savannah, publicity is going to forks of salmon, California. I'm moving shantelle Piat's going pie town, New Mexico. Haley Boucher is going to bone gap. Illinois, grandma's going to gas, Kansas. So fiar mill is going to slap out Oklahoma Chelsea Grundy's going to what cheer in Iowa. Stephanie Lee is going to Scotties junction in Nevada. Michelle Cox is going to happy corner. New Hampshire Rebecca MAC is going to marrowbone Tennessee. Leslie right is going to licking Montana. That's or Missouri. I think it's Missouri, Montana's. Mt. Why couldn't you have ran out of the state? Lisi Gwen still is going to spread eagle Wisconsin, I live there. Catch is going to searchlight Nevada. Using adults is going to yeehaw junction, Florida. That's in red. Jess Adams is going to alone. Michigan. These Boston is going to dead horse, Arkansas copied Sony burns going to blue ball me. Just getting main. Juanita car is going to Cape disappointment Washington. We still have to go there. I know we have to Liz Halbrook is going to hell for certain Kentucky. You're going to hell Madison. Grier is going to great kills New York. Khloe Ireland's going to idiot Ville, Oregon Caitlin Wayland going to white pigeon. Michigan or Mississippi. I'm just gonna it's Flynn's going. All kaneohe. Hawaii MacKenzie night is going to neutral, Kansas voice, just brakes and Rachel Evans. Going to rabbit hash Kentucky. Call the rest of y'all are going to intercourse PA or Rovan ready. Bird in hand. There's so many we've got Stephanie Harrison Samantha Greece. Taryn Parker Dhabi spell Mendez and Allie Malone. So thank y'all for coming. If any of y'all live in any of those places, please let us know or have been there that would be so funny. I would love that. All right, y'all. We'll see you next week. Bye..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"We're gonna start off with Gordon who is buttered popcorn, which was always gross too. I think I don't like that one. I don't like the butter that's wrong against your nature of corn. I know. Well, you know, can't be perfect. Okay. Jackie Goldfarb is strawberry jam. Sinner booth is Boettger just hit wing. Does that mean it's not a good word that anyone can say, especially you and we're Beal is caramel corn and Joe of leases banana. Not only young, Margarita, Amy, Felix is dead fish. I, I didn't know that existed. Do you will regret knowing that now Lynn store? Lena is dosed marshmallow. You wanna greenie is sunkissed tangerine Lauren Niyaz minion far. Sorry. Lord Khun vendor sluices French vanilla and Patel is toothpaste. Genoa's Nick is earthworm. Kimberly prose is Kiwi. I'm gonna say that jaycee is s I berry. I thought I was gonna say, bowl, Jake Bowers Barbados cherry to Phillips's tutti free lily Rose's root beer, Brooklyn as berry blue sedan police say is peach. Malini is Beena kata Haley. Lucia is happy lemon, which is me grandma's pink grapefruit. Sopheara Millo is cream soda. Josie. Grundy is grumpy. Sizzling cinnamon. Stephanie Lee is strawberry cheesecake Kochta's coconut, Rebecca. MAC is mango madness. You wanna Jensen is juicy, pear. I have a whole story about that. Leslie, right? Is limit. Drop Gwen Stowe is stinky socks. Catch his pencil shavings. Are these real flavor? Are I'm serious, go to the website and look that's April Fools flavor. Jason Gonzalez orange mango smoothie. Jess Adams is jewel. Champagne, daisy, Boston. Dadi is blueberry. Luzi is love orange crush. Oh my God Keller. You hear what's up. Brune is our cherry Juanita. Car is birthday cake. Holbrooke is line. Madison. Grier is green apple, Chloe. Ireland is lawn clippings. They like now because it's green, Ireland green. Got it. Cool. Caitlin, Wayland is watermelon. Flynn is vomit. I'm sorry that really took me to a whole other level MacKenzie night is chilly, mango and Rachel Evans is chocolate devotion. That is something else. The rest of you guys aren't your wax just saying, we've got Taryn Parker, Jocelyn, Frye Dhabi, Michelle, Mendez, Graham. Allie Malone, Kathleen Wynne. So enjoy your jelly belly. I wanna eat that pencil shavings one. That's easy. If he were. While marshmallow, you're buttered popcorn, I'm Linden because your corn bitch, I can't talk about science. What the fuck. This is the raw raw. Yeah, we'll see you next week by.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Kayla bean is beautiful day. Brandy Robbins is brilliant. Citrus me, Michelle Cox's milk and cinnamon or BAC is. Agony. Apple, you'll wanna Jensen is sensual. Amber was leave, right? Is lemon grapefruit. That is the center for you. When snow is Google friend, like a hollow lean spooky catch Scholtz is caramel. Apple caramel. Apple is karma when it's like you're eating. You know what I mean? No, it's just caramels caramel apple, whatever known. I mean, I also I is context. I had be different. Isn't getting all this is mango. My tie wounds, joy, Lena is sparkling lemon. Cellos. Jess Adams is at the beach. Hope you have fun. Donna is break. Autumn blooms. Joke, joke out, Kennedy, Rochelle is rainforest. Gardenia Luzi is lovely dreamer. So vast Brune is vampire blood. That's took a turn, Juanita car is Caribbean escape. Avery label. Sin is lavender Waterman. What is. Is that like a mint flavor. What is called. Holbrooke is hot cocoa in screen. Had both hot cocoa cream and hot cocoa would scream still fucking wait. I'm dead serious. We're buying that. Yes, Madison Grier is mango. Mandarin, Chloe. Ireland is cinnamon and cloves Caitlin Wayland his waffle cone. Dana Daly is perfect beach day. Flynn is velvet sugar MacKenzie night is magic in the air. And Rachel Evans is rain kissed leaves one, honestly. No, sound great. Fantastic. The rest of y'all are mahogany teak wood because she is just the pinnacle of sense? Yes. Okay. We've got Taryn Parker, Jocelyn Frye Dhabi. Spell Mendez pre cram actually remember Malone. Kathleen Wynne. Well, thank you guys so much. I can just picture mouthing gonna change my to dob. Well, you got us. Enjoyer sense. Let us know how you feel about them. You know, are you hot cocoa in screen or hot cocoa and cream? The news media. Okay, y'all. We'll see next time. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Heart Luzi is the curly loop. Sony has Brune is the scam fire, Juanita car is the carp. Streamer Avery label. Sin is the KADO. Thanks. Liz Halbrook is the flag in whole Madison. Grier is the green salad. Chloe. Ireland is the fire. Caitlin, Wayland is the spouting wail and Dana Daly is the birthday cake. Flynn is the moon viewing ceremony. MacKenzie night is the four knife and Rachel Evans is the persevering face. I want to know what that means. Honestly, I think all of the other benches are that trolley car? That's the least used emoji is it yet you've there's a Twitter that post everyday what the least used emoji is and for the past, like seventy eighty, whatever days might be longer than that. Now it's like the like the gondola. I think it is. That's and so like everybody has been posting. Like a joke. Like, let's make gondola. Let's use the back. I don't know that was going around like weeks ago. One of the most used as. God, probably the laugh of Oji eggplant. What's your most used? Go to my fucking thing that right now. I know what like my time. We just cut off in the middle year, but yeah, it's definitely the laugh emoji followed by the yellow heart. Well, mine is the heart is emoji and then really? Yeah. And then the the is look into. Yeah, so and then also the cool in the square. I mean, like like my top five will be the laugh. Emoji, yellow heart, the trademark symbol, the moon, the yellow moon. Yeah. Come up and like the OK hands. Yeah, and then upside down smiley, and that's an iconic. That's an iconic us all time. The clapping hands. I use. I use a lot of the hands. That's interesting. Yeah, it's an interesting choice. I'd say. So are the other pinches Taryn Parker. Jocelyn fries. Igbo Mendez cram actually Reefenburger Kathleen Wynne. All right. Thank you guys so much for helping support the show. We love you all. We love everybody. That listens to show not just past bench and you're not a binge. What's your favorite emoji and benches U2. what we are. You just told you what your favorite emoji is basically your implant. Okay. Lilo. What is your favorite emoji the egg? She's right here. The regular egg, of course lease the black hole. We've we've been through into this many times different answer every time, but listen the all we'll see you next week. Bye..

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"And cream pancake gonda getting the original french toast stephanie lease getting the vanilla spice pancakes that's like pumpkin spice for people who hate spicy food spicy jane johnson is getting the spicy poblano omelette kayla beans getting the sirloin tips and eggs tips like i just hate that brent brahms's getting the big brunch burger michelle bobby michelle cox is getting the regular pancake combo rebecca maga's getting the signature pancakes riders that's where this came from you wanna jensen is getting the international pancake combo it all started was lee right is getting the chicken florentine crepes gwen stowe's getting the jalapeno kick burger catch colds is getting the country fried steak eggs jason gonzalez is getting the create combo orleans getting the double blueberry pancakes jess adams is getting the old country homeland days boston dotty is getting these stuffed french does kennedy rochelle is getting the strawberry banana pancakes lucy's getting the baking crusted chicken breast with potato hash sony has bruhns getting the belgian waffle combo fiona getting the chicken cobb salad bless you want either car is getting the colorado omelette cassandra league getting the strawberry banana french toast avery label sins gain the philly cheese steak stack or god liz holbrooke is getting the buttermilk biscuit and greedy madison grier is getting the split decision breakfast and i thought that said spit honestly cooley airland is getting the strawberries and cream crepes caitlin wayland gained the crispy i vision chips i'm just upset at this fisher dan is getting the original short stack buttermilk pancakes flynn is getting the spinach and mushroom omelette mackenzie nights getting the brioche french toast rachel evans is getting the create your own melt god bless the rest of the binge botches are going to denny's fuck this place but if they named denny's danny's we're done with denny danny's now got terry parker surra shos slid fry spell mendez ashley reefenburger moon and kathleen wynne reason burger on brand right now wow amazing we hope you guys enjoyed let us know if you've ever eaten at an i hop in general or have had this have you gone i hob bless you if you have people gone yet i've only seen you know who i saw go what's his face jeff morrow from dr low key he did a spoken like sponsored round of social posts on instagram trying out there burgers oh this while i love it when my mediums cross i saw him try the hall kick burger up dead serious i can't believe i will later check that out to him though he's great okay anyway we'll see you next week by

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Leslie right is national handwriting day one stowe's national story day catch scholtz national white shirt day using gonzalez's national name your poison door lena's national pecan tort day just adams is national research administrator day interesting daisy blossomed dadi is national dairy month you were nonsol celebrating kennedy ratio is national raspberry cake day taryn parker is national pet parents day luzi is national lookalike day so brunet's national grab some nuts day that was you yesterday with hogan trail mix true fyona national coffee milk shake they can get behind that stuffing oliver is national all day juanita car is national caramel month cassandra lee is national ice cream sandwich day relabel is national july belongs to blueberries month that's what i'm gonna say july the first of july check my twitter going be like july belongs to blueberries liz hall brooke is whole grains month having medicine greer's national green juice day chloe ireland is national clean hands week i think that should be caitlin wayland is national walk to school the dana daly is national cranberry relish day flynn is national vinegar day mackenzie night is national knock knock jokes day and rachel evans is national rat catchers day you know they're always had to be one yes and the rest you bond beeper goes i would say you guys are national coffee with crato day which i was just trying to include both of us that's august fourth right our coffee anniversary yes yes that's national coffee day now national we're even talking like space national like you live on venus you're celebrating that would be international what about what.

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"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"rachel evans" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Carmen electra 'cause angelique getting a sandcastle jagos she's getting gobert tube you love yogurt so much you're getting it on your body every label sin is getting the liberty bell anthony hood is getting calvin hubs not the one peeing on a logo oh that that boy do this holbrooke is getting the sherlock holmes famous head madison grier is getting green eggs of ham of course bring fueled is getting a spring of rosebery checks door who's getting the jack of hearts chloe ireland is getting a four leaf clover caitlin wayland getting a blue whale dana daly is getting our harley davidson logo across their entire back goes my monster logo andrew we're getting teardrops because nice getting starry night the painting the painting get actual in actual night rachel evans is getting evanescence lyrics incredible i'm gonna say the rescue beach botches are all getting infinity symbols whoa we got smith agrees we've got v thrush arash jocelyn frye her mind he ishbel mendez need cavenaugh dimmer smith break ram ashley reefenburger alley blown lean win i always on the old kathleen wynne wow changing it up this time happened well thanks for hanging out here in our shit let us know if you have any tattoos yes that's a good prompt no one ever answers are prompt bowling you know that's a good prompt the have prompted up we'll see you guys next week for another deliciously fucked up governor grizzle.

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