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"rance" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"You have available. Google shocker doctors. C. h. a. r. a. one word and then dr dc or. You can google shocker. Adopting all types of stuff would papa bobby specifically my website in my phone number will pop up My phone number is eight. One eight four two nine one six seven five and my website is shocked with dr dot. Org and yeah. You can find me on instagram. Shocker not underscore. You can follow me on subscribed to me on youtube shocker. tv Follow me on facebook. Dr shock doctor. Anywhere put shocker. Doctor anywhere in the major platforms and i would. Have you been able to get to me. You are highly accessible. yes the spirit. The spirit is willing and the spirit of the will and we supposed to make your bank highly accessible for people you know the world has got a lot of things that we can do if we If we focus on that and make it make it our reality and and certainly have done that in a big way at the eco-village and I hope yeah. It looks like really remote as i'm looking at your background. It looks like it's remote. Three is really remote. This is just a little piece of the background I got it. I bought it in this condition but is it and sure is a piece of the background is three and a half acres of land and sounds really beautiful. And it's real beautiful and israel calming and it's thirty minutes away from that you still get modern-day fixing while still being in a nature back a major city i love the idea of not having any media and phones and all that distraction. You know. it's an interesting thing. I don't know why i it always surprises me but if i leave my home and i've forgotten my phone. I feel something. Is bronx. Like i gotta go get that thing. You're you're actually. Actually you feel make you like. I'm without my phone. Oh yeah it's almost frightening. Like i missing a part of me so people who don't think were blending with computers. We are just that feeling. Well actually tell people. I actually teach people that live with the game and your telephone is the controller that you play the game with okay. It's kind of the nintendo game for the playstation game. And your telephone is the playstation controller. That you clear. That's why you gotta until you allow unplugged and you gotta you gotta learn how to unplug what happens on electric appliance or any kind of electrical Any kind of mechanism that stay plugged in twenty four hours a day seven days a week. Eventually they're gonna burn out and it's not asking temporary not gonna last long at all so we have to learn how to unblock learn how to turn the tv off. Learn how to unplug from the phone. Learn how to disconnect from the modern world so that we can connect into the true world. Which is the spiritual covers. The were in the metaphysical that governs the physical. Not the other way around as a beautiful way to end our talk today because it's a great message. Thank you so much for talking to me. This my friend meals. Yeah ransom dunbar. The shocker doctor. Look up you'll find him. he's everywhere on the internet. You finally do. Google just google shock. Doctor i am google lable. He's good and he's in texas either way go to dallas and start start driving. I'm loving. i'm loving texas more and more about the man. And i'm a child of new orleans so i'm leming texas more and more about a minute. I'm so glad i'm here. Got disabled tuna need to be in the lone star state to give the masses different mechanisms spiritual and physical emotional and Basically mental ascension. So thank you thank. You have a beautiful day. I'd i'd love talking to great. Thank you big thanks. Do you folk for listening in to the exploding human. Hope you enjoyed the episode. Please check out my website. The exploding human dot com the youtube channel. The exploding human with bob nick mun and the exploding human facebook page big thanks to rance dunbar. The shocker doctor. Please check him out easy to find. He's all over the place on the internet. And you folks have a fantastic day..
"rance" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"Things that make your carbon world right. Uses have a faith and know that. Hey sales molecules and atoms. You know they make up the right. Well same thing with the spirit world you know you can consider these sales these products with these quarks. These adams this energy this life force and all of these invisible all of these terms you give for their invisible you can you know You can basically blame them for what's going on the physical so if you want to really truly control the physical truly get a handle on the physical where you must report to them. We're parts of who report to the adams. Report to the parks the molecules and the sales are all of the things that i might wisconsin. That you can't see with your naked eye in order so that you can produce the visit that you actually see in your mind right and so nobody actually realizes thing we. We're taught these things in church but we're only talk a piece of them right. We'll talk these things in a certain. Theology are certain philosophy but we're only talk pieces and bits and that's what i found out about like every single religion every single doctor and every single science has a piece in a bit of information a bit of bite that data. Every single piece is data for the puzzle. And you must take those pieces of the puzzle and artistry a full picture for your life the pieces of the the next to orchestrate the full picture for my life is going to be different from the dot that you connect to orchestrate a picture for your overall picture for your life. That was amazing. Thank you that was great. I'm like i just listened to a sermon. That was fantastic. Reverend i know i know i know you're you're the you got a lot of names. Hip hop jesus is one of your people. Yeah i love that Let me ask you this. I know that you You do yoga. And you've invented your own You've created let's say let's say created your own Type of yoga. What was the first yoga class that you took. How did you of the class of day of my life really didn't even know when i when i created yo when i created my yoga. I didn't even know. I was creating yoga. let's see. I didn't know. I was creating yoga until it was time for me to get licensed trademark in france Incorporating my corporation And it were trying to get licensed the trademark and i had to find out. What would i do fall into and yoga and i didn't even know i creating my own. Wait a minute. And that's crazy way This is a good way. I'm not saying it's crazy. It's crazy you're doing you doing like Different positions for the body and breathing. And those things. Or what what you do one day. You sort one day in jessica. Locked up in jail says It's two thousand and eight going into two thousand nine obama to the how old are you. How old are you at that point. How old are you at that at that point in nineteen eighty two and eighteen in two thousand and two thousand eight hundred twenty six. Okay young man okay. All right young man. Twenty six years old I'm about twenty six years old. And i'm There's this book in the prison in the garbage can and the dormitory. There's this book sitting on top of a garbage can as a pile of garbage in the garbage can't already but there's a book sitting on top of apollo garbage that's piled in. The name of this book is called. We're all doing time is about the yoga. Ashram pit krizan project right and i said what's the odds of book being on top of the garbage cans place like this. Let me grab this. And see what city and boyle boyle oil boy was is surprised. So many dots connected for me. Because i grew up in a christian church and i was always taught that this little light of mine. I'm gonna let it shine and i am. The jesus is the way the truth and the light. No one comes into the father but through him right and you always talked to shine the light and you know there's always you always talked to be. The light is all about light right and so six book up. And i read about these invisible lights that live inside of our body called chuckers. The word shocker translated is a wheel of light or circle of light are scared of like. Oh they're the circles of light it'd spheres of light that dwell with inside our body. This book is telling me at the time that and they're called chocolates and longest vital court right and they and they got other little other other little shockers answer to the major chocolate all throughout your body and beans basically the batteries that power your body enemies your body right I'm like if what he's saying. This book is true. I should be able to prove right. There's no way to that. I should be able to physically feel these batteries. I if the soccer are real like he say i should be able to physically feel my heart shock at the point. Whether it's person says my heart chocolate. I suppose it physically feel my route shock all of the different shocked at the point where this person says at and so that's so that's one thing and i said i've always been a person of great imagination. I've always gonna only child and the thing that entertain me. the most was my imagine. So i go in my brain on land my bed and i said okay if these things are real. Show me real right now. Trying all types of stuff. I'm like saying turn on chocolate. Turn on and dockers this. If you're live to me like i'm trying to talk with a shocker. Isn't there another guy. Trying to pray to jesus or something right And so you know the nfl voices like you know. Enemy like soccer. You you are the doctors you can't you can't call out to them as if they're separate from you And so. I said what they're meaning actually tell me to turn on by all kinds of different phrases. And then i'll find landed on a golden freeze. And i go with acting activate and i started stealing. These little buzzes. And these little tingling and started stealing these little warmth in these little presences Within the different areas and aspects of my body. And so. I said well. Let me take me. Orchestrate an organizing. And that's when i said. Okay i'm going to my route. Shocker and i and let me feel my chocolate. And i hope chakri if you real- if you're there you're live and you are a aspect of being you actually me then activate turn on. Let me know you real and by. Golly i felt my reach and so on with other chocolate until i started creating a meditation for myself. Just feel the chocolates now. One i was. I.
Do Your Best With Jovian Zayne
"Jovi welcome thank you. Thank you out of here. Yeah ranch rance ranches much overdue to have some jovi love on here so i always start with asking people when you were little jovi. What did you want to do when you were growing up. Yeah little jovi wanted to be at their really. Yeah yeah i mean. I had a lot of clarity of mind that i wanted to sit people down couch and just have an epic conversation with them. I mean it was something from. Thanks since i was about honestly. I feel like i got. I could speak to very clearly. Once i was in middle school like i've seen A therapist on television before. I remember overhearing. One of my friend's mom who was actually seeing it. There is talk about it in the kitchen. One time we were coming back from dr practice. I remember thinking. Oh that's what i wanna do. I wanna help people with their problems going to listen to them. Give them perspective. Yeah that's that's what i want and growing up. Honestly it made so much sense to me because people naturally came to me with their stuff whenever reason people found me to be a safe place for them to explore their identities support their problem to think your ideas. I mean it was everything from like girl i know. He's got the break up with me how to handle it to. I really don't like his teacher. I'm trying to figure out how to change out of the class to Me and my brother on getting along. I mean people were coming to me with their stuff all through school. So it. It's the thing that little jovi wanted to do. And i guess is translated well to work. I do now so sixth grade. You was basically one in a mini therapist's couch I was i was. I've always been voting space for
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh cruises through easy Labor secretary confirmation hearing
"Congressman and chair of the house rules committee. Jim mcgovern is with us today. Rules asked the house to strip a republican colleague of her committee. Seats after republicans refused to do it themselves. It is one of several unilateral decisions or actions that democrats appear ready to take congressman. Mcgovern will come back to radio boston. That'd be with you so much for us to talk about. I do just wanna start by getting your reactions to the fact that it appears marty. Walsh had a smooth confirmation hearing today. Obviously there's more time before the vote but what would his confirmation labor secretary mean for us here in the commonwealth. Do you think that he received a warm reception in the united states. Senate debt you deserve still. He's been an excellent mayor and he'll be excellent in the secretary of labor way. What it means rance's that working people will have a strong voice in washington. I mean he is a a an ally of of labor. He ll fight to make sure that people earn a living wage He understands the importance of workers have access to healthcare into pension. So i'm really excited about it. And i think he'll do a great job and i expect you will be confirmed overwhelmingly
"rance" Discussed on KCRW
"Also performing on this day was the great Rance Allen, a beautiful gospel singer who we lost last year. Let's hear what he sounded like back in 1972. Give it to come out. Tell him truth. Come on back in here you say done amounted to an occasion. You got a minute generated, Okay, coming up with one hand. Here, brother. Oh, Rock up by heaven. Yeah. I wonder what's up? Oh, man. One more for you from this legendary concert watch tax on morning becomes eclectic right now. Brothers. All of us have been waiting for Brother that all of us have been waiting found. What we've been waiting for. A bad Dad. Brother. I did. Yeah, okay..
"rance" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"I don't love that combination. I am. You like 90% 94% certain that I would not like it in a nice cream. Now I am not slamming the door closed. Right, if an everything bagel ice cream pint or to make its way to my Freezer. Don't think I would seek it out, but it should it. Become available to me in a very convenient Way. Would take that spoon and I would graze the top and I would give it a try. I just Onions and garlic. In an ice cream it that's unnatural. It. It just feels like a flavor abomination. That's my gut instinct. Maybe for the sake of my God, I should just keep it that way and not try it. But I would try it. This is not so revolting to me that I would like. For example, if they're like, Hey, here's a black olive and black licorice ice cream and two of my least favorite foods. I'm not a picky eater. I eat most things. Black. All of some black licorice are right up. There is no ghost for me. If those things were in an ice cream, I wouldn't even try it. Like that. I almost have a bit of a gag reflex even thinking about that. It's not quite that bad with this everything bagel. Nonsense. In the ice cream Hates Jason Rance. It's a new year. But the problems facing businesses are nothing new with covert mandate still in place. Our friends and neighbors who work at businesses continue to struggle. If you hear an ad on Katie.
"rance" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The party goes post Trump. Caleb is Trying to salvage what he can of the party. And it won't be easy because the questions always still lagging like how many people are still sort of trump supporters. And if you're a trump guy, eyes there any place for you in the state of Washington, and Caleb explains to Jason Rance, the situation Is not necessarily easy here is the head of the GOP and Washington foremost, I think it's important to keep everything in perspective about where we're at today. Just nationally. Our country is very evenly divided. I mean, we have a 50 50 split in the state Senate Republicans gained congressional seats and so for people that air bemoaning that kind of death of the Republican Party That is vastly overstating things. I mean, President Trump's policies were very popular, especially across the country. And so for us here in Washington state It's focusing on highlighting the those policies, especially is Joe Biden or now President Biden seeks to undo them. Mm. He is right. Um, even the New York Times I think two days ago. Had to give credit to the economic boom and you have to go back to the 19 sixties to see wages increase and the unemployment rate dropped to where was a 3.6%. It's basic laws of supply and demand are also in effect. When it comes to workers and employers that if there are not enough people to fill those jobs, then you have to pay people. Morte to work and that's what happened is wages increased for everybody in 2000, starting 18 4019 and the economy was kicking into full gear and then the pandemic. It's so is the problem for the Republican Party, the state of Washington. That, um, is Trump gets dumped on on Dhere considered, uh, kind of the head of the KKK. He's like the head now the white supremacist that therefore it's hard to just the stink. Stay on anybody that claims to be a Republican more from Caleb and you could jump in on this one. This is along with this is 52 seconds. So there's a reason to be optimistic. Look, I think we have some great messaging opportunities to highlight the direction that Joe Biden is taking our country that James Lee is taking our state that the people don't want to go. And for us If that focus on getting people involved getting people organized, building the infrastructure so we can take advantage. We can get good people elected locally in 2021. We can take advantage of 2022 because historically The first mid term has been good for the opposition party. So if we can build a red wave heading into 2022, we can make some real gains in our state House or state Senate flip a congressional seat that we were on Lee 6 7000 votes away from flipping in the eighth Congressional district. So I as I sit here today, What I see in the future is a real opportunity. All right, Good. And then one last cut check and you get chance to articulate some Oh, he's have thoughts on the Republican protestations. Washington Here's what happened on the six, according to Katie, with us condemning violence, which is you pointed out universally. Republicans across the country and across Washington state condemned the violence of January 6. Something that our Democratic counterparts have failed to do for the last 6 to 9 months, And so I think it starts by asserting that one were against that type of political violence. But then number two and I actually was on with Brandi Kruse this morning. And I a third of this. We have to get back to our core principles, Principles of the rule of law of protecting individual rights of protecting individual freedoms of smaller, limited constitutional government. And as we stand boldly for those principles I think those principles really resonate. Mm hmm. All right. In order to talk about in order to talk about President Trump. I think you need to disarm people a little bit right at the outset, and you need Tonto come even with people and you need to say, Well, I'm not a trump guy. But just as an example Me, Jack Stein, not a trump guy trademarked by the way. But point being is that you need tol. You need to establish that first with a lot of people, So they're not totally like, Oh, my God. You're probably one of those evil maggot people, And then you can begin to talk about the accomplishments. I feel like the Trump wave has yet to crash it. And even if he gets impeached, it will not crash. There are people. I mean, they love the guy. Have you ever seen another politician? That people love as much as they love and also hate by the way from probably brother hating people despise the guy and in many ways, Yeah, he's rude. He's terse. He's very short, He says crazy things on a regular basis. But people love the guy for for fighting for them. So this idea that the GOP even in the state of Washington, if they're going to try to turn away from that and go back to what talking about like Mitt Romney talking about Newt Gingrich? That's gone. That's all dead. The mo mentum in the fuel the rocket fuel. If he will, for the GOP will be talking about President Trump and his accomplishments. I guarantee it. My finger is on the pulse of America, John Curley. Mm. Wow. Yes, that's a lot of responsibility for you. Uh, I think the problem that you will have with that theory is is that you will see Maura and Morva. People in Mitch McConnell the other day, said terrible things about Donald Trump as when he is out of office, and he's not there to defend himself and push back on things. You can really soil someone's reputation when they're not at the table. And they're beginning to do it now, and they talk about the fact that he has created the insurrection. He has also part of white supremacist the same way they tried to put the Charlottesville numbskulls on top of Trump the same way..
"rance" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"More talk with your pediatrician or visit healthy Children don't work. Back to the Jason Rance. Show on Am 7 70. Katie. Th I sure do appreciate you tuning and don't forget, and the next 20 minutes or so, 2030 minutes or so I'll try to get the video up of my appearance on Tucker Carlson. If you want to watch that you can see it over at twitter dot com slash Jason. Rance twitter dot com. Slash Jason rants. I'll have that video up as we talk about the poverty defense and how absolutely ridiculous It is. Have that going here in Seattle, But there's some people speaking of ridiculous calling out Tom Cruise. For just completely lighting up his crew. As he's filming the new mission Impossible in London. He just ribs into them. Because they weren't following the covert protocols. Now before some of you get all upset, just based on the premise. Because I know some of you will say, Well, how dare he? We know that mass. Don't do everything that we were told. They do. Regardless of that position that you hold. That's not his position. He was yelling at them because he wants to keep the film. From staying in production because if they find any violations in London on the set That they're violating these mandates that they have in order, and they're a little bit different than what we have here. But for the most part, they're pretty much the same. Are allowed to operate so long as they follow very strict protocol. If they find any violations, they shut down production. Tom Cruise doesn't want to shut down production for a variety of reasons and the passion that you here, however. Rudely. He's delivering it and let's be clear. He's rude here. He is delivering it. Because he wants to keep people employed. It was audio that was recorded secretly by someone on the set, and it was Put out their published by the sun right now, leaving On the phone. Every studio I heard it, Sure, cos Never You're looking at cost and using us to make that movie's wear clean, thousands of judge everyone seated dead and by the way, what he saw Was a group of his Staff members. Crowded around some either computer screen or AH monitor looking at video. And you're not supposed to do that. You can remember. They said no one was wearing mask. I think they were just they weren't socially distance ever. You don't do it the fire and I see you do it again. Going on Anyone is true, Does it? That's it And you do you can you do it again? I'm pretty sure based on because there's no video, just audio. I'm pretty sure he's pointing at people. Which doesn't feel good. I'm imagining when the biggest star in movies right Tom Cruise is still the biggest. Nay, everyone knows Tom Cruise is To get yelled at by this dude. Can't imagine it feels.
"rance" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Okay, I'm gonna get into another chapter that I read and again another fascinating piece that I want you to talk about for a little bit here. How long would it take for the stock market? Two to truly recover after the 2000 and eight financial crisis, I think well, I don't think it took about 5.5 years. The top of the market mark was October of 2007, the bottom of the stock market crash after down 55% was March of 09. Recovery took Tel. I believe it's April of 2013 thing about the top of the market was 2000 and 8. October bottom was march of 09. And the break even point when I got back to a new high was April of 2013. So you had six years where it took six years to break. Even. What's the lesson for people today? There, Dave? What's the lesson? For people. What do they need to remember This is going to happen. It's going to potentially continue to happen. That's what the stock market does, right. Yeah, I was a break by getting back to Eva's not an investment plan. All right. You don't need me to do that. The lesson is have a plan. You got market volatility is gonna happen. What is the plan that you have to mitigate that risk? And more importantly, do you have a proper income plan to make sure never run in the money? So again, I talk about Mark and investment plan is not a retirement income plan. If you can give you can get to open, advise that expert as an expertise in retirement complaining you're gonna factor in the market volatility because we got him insured. We have money for the rest of our lives, so that just cannot be part of the planet. You cannot have. I always told clients if you if I ever tell you don't worry, it's going to come back. You fire me because you don't need me to do I tell God's island. I mean that I've never had a client. Tell me that. But that means I didn't do my job. I didn't protect their capital. I called sacred money. Mark. This is the money They're gonna have that they've earned. They've saved blood. Sweat and tears are never gonna replace that million dollars ever. We gotta protect it first. Make sure we have lifetime income. You know, you also go into detail. Talking about inflation and planning for inflation, and then it could potentially be a big problem for retirees. Yeah, I call it you know, is your portfolio going to be hit? There's three things that affect your portfolio is obviously stock market crashes but health, inflation and taxes. Right, so inflation is a big big factor. Now you can't you can't plan for inflation. You can put it in there. But the fact is, is that at least you have to have strategies, increasing income annuities. Own dividend stocks that have a history of increasing your dividend. The stocks, we used different growth stocks, they have an average the history of raising their stock stock in dividends by 6% a year on average, So the fact is, if you have a good income annuity, you also have equities that have dividends that have dividends. Those are two great hedges will do everything we can to mitigate that. If you have inflation like you had in tooth in the in the seventies and early eighties, That's it's seven a half percent. You know, I mean, that's hard to be, but at least we can we can we can fight it. But most clients don't have a portfolio that's going to deal with inflation whatsoever. All right, David, take a son out to the brake. Hi. This is David race of Rance Financial Architecture. There's a lot of chaos and uncertainty in our world today. What if all that really didn't matter?.
"rance" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"To make it my life's work to tell everyone I know on all platforms that Jason Rance is a sellout in Go ahead and do that all you want. And the people who hit me up now on parlor and Twitter and Instagram When I post the Fox News hit, you should stop. I never watch Fox. Now I'm go. You should go to news, Max. You're being taken advantage of By people who are trying to make you a bigger fan of them then of the truth. We saw a lot of this happened around the tea party movement. The tea party was incredibly influential until they weren't And as they started that sort of spiral out of relevancy to the point where they used to be as relevant Obviously now they're not as relevant as they once were when they rose to power. There were some folks who wanted to just exclusively talk to them because they believe in and out of the media, politicians and media members like they believed by exclusively targeting the tea party, folks, the activist, the smaller group. Smaller piece of a pie. They thought that they would gain More of a benefit to them personally their careers. That instead of trying to get a bigger slice of a huge tent of a whole bunch of different people, kid all of the slice of a smaller but Arguably more loyal movement, so they programmed Politicked directly to those folks. They didn't do those folks any favors. Push lies. They pushed the seat. They personally benefited. I'm not going to do that. I'm not going to take a position. I'm not going to go on Newsmax. Just because you want me to. I'm not going to take A position that I would normally take. I'm going to continue to do. Radio show ideal. I'll continue to go on Fox or anywhere that I would normally go on. I'm gonna hold positions I would normally hold. I'm gonna view the world the way I normally would view the world which includes by the way. Looking at actual evidence. And if the evidence is very clear that something wrong happened, I will happily help shine a giant spotlight on that. But I'm not. I'm not moved by the emails or the snarky tweets. About how you're going to make sure I never have a career again because I said one thing.
"rance" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Sunday. The NFL on CBS Late features a couple of the agency's best going head to head got Derrick Henry in the Titans taking on Lamar Jackson's Ravens. Stealer is looking to avoid the upset against the Jags. It all gets underway with the NFL today Noon Eastern and nine Pacific, the NFL's on CBS and I will be on CBS on Sunday morning pumped I am going to have my views from Rome. I've got my assignments and I've got my Rance. I've got my takes. Now It's gotta find my suit. What numbers suit. I'm gonna bust out. That's coming up Sunday. I will be in studio here in California Sunday at noon, Eastern and nine Pacific. If you don't mind, get up, Check it out. It's an amazing show. The fellas back in New York doing with the video. So that is gonna be tremendous. Listen, I've got big head. Pat's coming up. One of the big head's gonna pick that game, either of those games James Kelly, the big head the flight deck on his comrades line. Next segment. Right. So every so often you know, we had new listeners and new people who don't understand this notion of jungle karma. They don't understand what it is how it works, where and why it shows up in life. Here are your answers. What it is, is a magical force. Where and why shows up. I've got no idea. Only that it's everywhere like it really is that simple. The jungle karma is a magical force. It's like It's like the wind. I can't. I can't control it. I can't explain it. I just know that it is it exists, and it's powerful. It's kind of witchcraft. The other thing I know about it. I know that there's some sort of relationship between guests showing up on this program and good things happening to them. That I do know. That exists like you do a good interview on the program. Good things happen to you. There is that relationship now? Is that a causation? Or is that a correlation? That's not for me to decide. Justus. I know that if you disrespect the program bad things will happen to you. I know that too. Like I don't root for it. I don't wish it. It's much bigger than me. I can't control it. I wish I could. I just know that it's true. It exists. You. Come on this show you do a good interview. You respect the program. Generally, very good Things happen to you. You disrespect the show when the show did nothing to encourage that disrespect, bad things happen to you. Right. I'll give an example I'll give you a recent example. A great example. Tulsa head coach Phillip Montgomery came on this show on Tuesday on only a few days ago, he did a rock solid interview. It was a very enjoyable conversation. Like he wasn't looking to duck out of answers or just spit out some lame cliches. He was listening. He was engaged. He brought something to the table. He made my radio program sliced simulcast better than it already is. He did extremely well by the show. He respected the show. He respected the opportunity to be on the show philosophy had a few days. Number 25 Tolosa hosted two lane last night. Things were not going well. They lost their starting quarterback to a rib injury in the second quarter, then they're back up, was carted off with a leg injury in the third quarter. They were down to their third stringer, Davis, Bryn. They were down to two lane 14. Nothing entering the fourth quarter and I knew what was coming. I've done this long enough. I know. I know what you think before you think it I knew what was coming. The van? Um the hate the vitriol the Hey Rome. Pretty sweet jungle karma you got there. Corsa was on a winning streak. They come on your show. They lose their top two quarterbacks to injury. They lose the game. Great job, Mr DJ Man. I was right. If you dopes. I was ready for you Dopes to play me for tosses Best season in a decade, going right down the toilet 48 hours after they appeared on the program. But when Davis Bryn came into the game last night, I knew something special was about to happen. Don't ask me why don't ask me how I just knew it's just something you know, and I could feel it. Just as I knew what you were thinking. Sure, Rome You knew you knew that a guy with one career completion was going Hell, Yes, I knew. Hell. Yes, I did. I knew Davis. Bryn didn't have a ton of experience, but I know the jungle karma like sex like Father time. They're all undefeated. And sure enough when Davis bring in was that game, he changed the game. I knew it from his first four yard completion toe. Juan Carlos Santana. And I still knew it even when that completion was wiped out because of a penalty. I knew in that moment and I filed it away. I said it to myself. Davis Bryn Toe. Juan Carlos Santana is a winning combination. It's a killer combination and yes, one Carlos Santana frequently goes by J. C. Santana. Not by me. He doesn't. He gets the full name treatment here. It didn't matter to me that the drive ended with a questionable fumble. I knew the D B to JCs was going to come through. And sure enough, lookie here. Dopes! What happened? Holds against the ball back down. 14 We just over 12 minutes left in the fourth quarter down 14 0. Bryn goes to work. 10 plays 84 yards TD drive capped off by brand running 18 yards for the score. So the going hurricane defense forces a quick point. Then Bryn leads any Levin play drive to tie the game with three minutes left. The freaking karma was everywhere in towards the last night. You didn't even have to be there to feel it. Except two lane man too late will not go away. They returned the kickoff 71 yards They score with 1 38 left, Then it's 21 14. And yes, I admit it did look a little grim at that point. I mean, Davis, Bryn, it already led to huge drives in the fourth quarter. I mean, how much you gonna ask of this guy? How much is this guy going to have to do? Could you do it again? Hell, Yes, he could do it again. This is Davis freaking Bren we're talking about. He got the golden hurricane down to the two lane 37 6 seconds left. They were going to need something special. They were going to need something magical. They were going to need something bigger than all of them. They were going to need the jungle karma and they sure as hell got it. You go ahead. You roll that album that.
"rance" Discussed on Stock Market Options Trading
"Because they wanna get into the money management and that's how they make money there but in the new firms coming up like robin hood. They're not at that point yet They're just looking at making money off the flow of those orders coming through or a little bit of interest on the money. You have sitting there So it's a very different model. And it makes it hard for them to continue to develop and grow some of the capabilities. And you see that it. Robin robin hood has done a great job of bringing in a younger investors which is awesome but what are the challenges they have. Is that the naked sound so simple because it is really simple problem on their system. The problem is it doesn't have enough information to make a really good role rounded decision. Because they tried to keep it super simple and then you have people that get in trouble and trades because they they didn't have the information they really need it. So so there's a little bit of a push pull there but That's what we've definitely seen and it. You know the kind of dirty little secret like to talk about is they're still getting paid for the trades. Just not from you. They're getting paid from where they send them. Well and also keep in mind. you know. it's not like robin was the very first broker that ever tried to commission and there was a firm called zakho in the past has been other firms. People have gone out and the idea was by by zero commission and back then there was a lot more payment for clo- whether wine was to get as many customers in the door and there are competing models like instead out there You know one model if you want to start out strong as to do to basically give stuff away right and so robin hood succeeded very well in the free bottle before everybody was free with a platform that was super simple to use. Almost like we would say to simple. It's like a social media happens to trade stocks essentially and you know it got guy balls. They got enough people on board and the business value to that. There's value once you have so many people that will listen to you. And and then he started a steering the ship and how you can make money off of that so they took that approach razz younger end of the spectrum. Have you mentioned swab. You know the big name and money management. I mean you know. They got to the point. Where i believe i could be wrong on this but i believe that i saw. When they went to their mission last year and led the industry zero they were like eight percent of their revenue was commissioned and The and everything else was in the interest in the money management fees and all these other things and if you look at some of the others at the time that were still charging and we're dependent and maybe their commissions were still thirty forty percent of their revenue and so they got hurt because they had to go to zero in trump went to zero and that really shifted the industry. And so you know it is. It is just different models We like to say by the way they're six buckets of customers out there. Everything from on one side. You know the guy that just basically is just wearing doesn't want much you know by themselves one once once or twice a year all the way the extreme six bucket which would be your active day trader running a few trains a day or more and everything in between right somebody that knows about options and and stayed involved every day. You know that type of thing and you know you can see where the is right and and tired of robin was on that first bucket whereas you know a lot of marriage rate and everything.
"rance" Discussed on Stock Market Options Trading
"Trade. Podcast my name is eric and this is episode. Seventeen and what a great discussion. This is going to be. I think you're really going to enjoy this. I talked with rant and chris mercer from market gear dot com and we covered a lot of topics. Because listen when you get the opportunity. Like i did today to ask questions to industry experts guys at have been in this business on the other side of it. We're on the retail side and these guys are on the other side they really opened up for me and i really appreciate it and so when you get that opportunity you're going to take advantage of it. So we talk about all kinds of things. In addition to covering their software from mark gear dot com. We talked about how technology in the industry tends to get stifled effort. Large brokerage firms seemed to buy up these smaller firms or smaller companies. We talked about how robin hood actually makes money. We talked about how back testing can shorten your learning curve in trading something that i've sort of already known and we share on this podcast in on the youtube channel but it can really help you get there faster when it comes to your trading and how their software can actually help with that back testing. We talked a little bit about fractional shares. They even exist and one of the things that that i really took away here. And i've already known but they really hammered home for me is the importance of proper trade journaling and really how difficult that can be especially with options trading and their software is able to help with this too. So i'm going to be looking at that so i wanted to share that with you. And we talked a little bit about tracking usual activity using their software as well so so real quick after listening. Be sure to check out. Market gear dot com slash. Eric for a special promo for listeners. If you're interested in in upping your game and real quick before we get started there were a couple of spots in the audio zoom. Dropped out of so. There's a couple of spots where if it doesn't quite make sense that's pretty much what happened. The the audio went silent for five seconds or so but anyway we had a great episode right enough about the andro. Let's get into the discussion with rance. Chris from mark ear dot com. Alright rants chris. Welcome to the show. I really appreciate you guys. Spend some time with me and my listeners. I'm definitely interested in learning about i vest and mark ear the software. You guys have been working on. But i wanna take a moment to give a little background from you guys for my listeners. Give me a minute or two of how you got in this industry and what you've seen over the years and a little bit of your history. I've been in worked as an educator in the space for quite a while At a company doing a training on Stock options trading and One of things that i found was lacking in some of the capabilities in software and start build something up. There ended up being acquired by. Td ameritrade in very short period time became director of options trading at ameritrade and what a tremendous experience being able to work at the time with like eight million clients and seeing what they were doing and educating on options and capabilities here and driving lot of the development at a ameritrade in.
"rance" Discussed on KCRW
"NPR news. Rance in Germany say they will take and migrant Children who have been left without shelter after a fire destroyed an overcrowded camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. This week. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports the Greek prime minister urged the European Union to make the migration crisis. Ah, priority. Speaking at a Mediterranean summit on the French island of Corsica Thursday, Periodicos Mitsotakis said Europe must move from words of solidarity to a policy of acts of solidarity. French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said their countries would take in the migrants out of solidarity with grease. The Maria refugee camp on Lesbos, destroyed by fire this week had more than 12,000 people four times the number it was meant to house countries like Poland and Hungary are opposed to suggestions that you states share the responsibility for taking in new arrivals. Miracle said. Migration is not the problem of the countries where people are arriving. It must become more of a European responsibility, she said. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS In Spain. Pro independence rallies are planned today. Already Catalan protesters burned tires at several points across the region's railroad network. That forced widespread cancellations. For years. Separatists have been holding major protests in favor of independence from Spain on September 11th marking the anniversary of the fall of Barcelona to Spanish forces. In 17 14. U. S futures contracts a trading higher. NASDAQ futures contracts up about 1.3% on Janine Herbst and you're listening to NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include tableau, partnering with community solutions on ending homelessness with data community solutions, is a finalist in MacArthur Foundation's 100 Change competition. Tableau dot com slash NPR. This is morning edition on case W. Ahead on morning edition during the pandemic, some governors have made it easier for Americans to get their drink on. I allowed them to deliver alcohol. I think that's been pretty popular. We're probably going to keep that going. Meanwhile, healthcare experts are worried about an increase in alcohol addiction. That story Coming up on morning edition Here on case irritable, You subscribe.
"rance" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Or something like that crabs? Go. It's a silent Oh, are you gonna keep the smelling? I was going to go the French pronunciation, But seriously, if if there was a crapper family before. Why aren't why Don't you ever meet someone named Trapper? I know. And how about the poor Clem Media's I mean, already a comedy I can't even like go to public school. Oh, the tunnel. We just went down whore named John. But they just called me Big, big crap. Ah, God, we've derailed any other food news. Ah, yeah. Domino's is releasing a cheeseburger and taco pizza. Speaking of crabbers. It's here. It's one of the cheese pizza that uses ketchup and mustard. No and has ground beef on top, and one is a taco pizza with shik in Peppers and taco seasoning. I could do the second one, but that mustard and ketchup the pizzas are available. Now, if you're curious to find out what a ketchup and mustard pizza sauce tastes like, Where, Where it again, Thomas. I'm trying it. I'm trying. I've got to try this. This ketchup mustard sauce. I got Rance Tuesday night. Just shape Seriously. My afternoon. Oh, Anything else, Steve? I would like to share. You know, I don't think so. I don't think so. I I'm starting to get fit This fall thing today Speaking of fast food, what is.
"rance" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"By 7.65%. Manually between July 2011 in July 2027.65% average increase on a two bedroom apartment. So I was looking that up to the day that I got a great question of the week from Andrew and its squad that we'll get to a minute. But, Rance, you know that goes back to the old question. Rant versus buying when does it make sense to to buy versus rent? And I will just tell you that you know the years of experience. If you're going to be in any particular place for any period of time, it makes sense to buy in most cases, because if we look at the value the properties if the rents are going up that much well in a lot of areas in Seattle, the Values of the property have gone up in the same clip 67%. So those people that you know, maybe bought the home for 200,000 few years ago, it's worth 300,000. So that's the idea that a common question, but it's not always black and white. If you're someone like a military family that's moving every year. Sometimes it's hard to buy because by the time you pay The fees to get the mortgage and and then you pay the commission's When you sell a property. It doesn't make sense. But that's one of the questions that size coming up versus by and I will tell you in the overall my years looking back people financially people their own property over 10 2030 years generally have more wealth. And so that's the one great thing about only properties weaken. Lock that price and lock in that monthly payments. So to speak versus B, you know, held subject owes rent increases year after year. And we can also have that same discussion. I think when we talk about leasing versus buying a car, so what's better toe lease her to buy? Now I know there's probably some people out there right now. They're just screaming at the radio saying, Oh, gosh, I've never lease a car and there's other people to say. I always lease a car. Right. I have a colleague that he just leases a car every three years because he gets him under warranty. He can budget for him, and he doesn't have to worry about maintenance or any of that other stuff. And yet, most people I think it's the same thing. If you're gonna turn your cars every two or three years, leasing, Khun make sense. But if you're going to buy something or hold on to it, you can You usually come out ahead if you just buy the car. Again. That's a That's a question for debate. It depends on your circumstances where you're out. How much are you driving?.
Coronavirus Q&A w/ OBGYN Dr. Kameelah Phillips
"Everybody I have Dr Camilla Phillips. Here she's an obstetrician gynecologist and she is going to answer a bunch of our questions regarding the corona virus. Because there's so much information floating around there's also a lot of lack of information. I know a lot of women in the community are full of questions and she agreed to take time out of her crazy schedule. We know healthcare providers are just crazy. Busy right now with everything going on so thank you so much for being here. Hey thank you for having me. Yes so you know before we hit record. We're kind of talking about how it's hard because there's just different things in the air right now right so i. I was going to birth this last Monday and I made the midwife check my temperature before I went into the room. I'm like 'cause it's like I've been a little bit stuffy. I'm like I WANNA make sure I'm not sick. I WANNA make sure I don't have any symptoms before I go into this birthday so take rain temperature before I go in. Because it's like now if you're anywhere in somebody coughs or sneezes or anything. Oh my God I know I know you. You don't have much wiggle room to sneeze or cough right now. I think it's really great that one of the things that I've seen come out of this is really a collective effort for everyone to be well so you know taking your temperature before being an intimate space People who are staying home if they don't feel well keeping their kids at home. It's not only that they don't want to get sick but they're really trying to protect the general public. So that's excellent. That were making the extra effort just to as buyers. You have for sure so I would love to kind of just talk to start out by kind of talking about what we know about it and when it comes to like pregnant women are they truly immunosuppressed. If pregnant women contract it can they pass it to the baby. Are there because they can go into utero just kind of all the knowledge that we have surrounding that. Yeah yes well. Let's do it and you know I am sharing so things are changing all the time right so this information is like here and now and can change lie even next week when I would say Really all all for women who are trying to conceive currently pregnant about to deliver is. Use your common sense and you'll be fine. My Labor and delivery is ready for you. You know you're handwashing At home avoiding big social situations all the kind of standard advice people have been giving and getting is legit is going to help you And so I just want to take some of the pop the bubble and the anxiety that everyone's having for all going to be good and just get through this so basically what we know as most people know is hoping nineteen is a respiratory virus it. I'm how it's GonNa be elucidated much more in the future but jump from animals humans and is very Contagious and as we know rapidly spreading a virus as it relates to prayer women in particular. We're learning more every day and when we talk about pregnant women we all. We often think of pregnant women as quote unquote immunosuppressed. And that is true. You know to some degree. Are we know that our immune system rance down that we can allow for the foreign I e R R baby grow so in that sense we're immunosuppressed but it doesn't look like or at Especially increased risk or acquiring this virus the way we see some of the higher risk patients in those are like the elderly. That's the group that's really getting a lot of attention. So while in general and the big scope of medicine yes. Pregnant women are considered In immunosuppressed category. It doesn't look like right now. We're at in additional risk or acquiring the virus right so there's no greater risk being raided banned. Not Not
"rance" Discussed on #RealTalk
"If you do. WanNa support me financially. That's the way to do it if I have something. That's a little extra or little special is probably going to be on that platform because I really liked the by MIA coffee platform. I really like the dashboard and like how it's set up. I like that. It is something that's separate from sub stack and like. Don't get me wrong. I may go back on what I'm saying right now and do some premium content or whatever you know however I'm going to call that on subject but it's just not what I'm feeling right now and that overall people is the purpose of why I'm doing this is to be real into be present and right now my being real being present is saying I wanNA share. I want to inspire I want encourage. I WANNA motivate but I wanNA connect and I WANNA have conversations in if having post if having things are that are closed to my audience if that is undercutting that motivation than. I can't do it because this isn't a vacuum for me. This some of this. Yeah and I've said this before. Some of this is about ego and I get lonely and I want to reach out to people often. This is about building this is about. Hey let's this live our best moments but let's also share them with each other. Let's have conversations about them and I can't say that enough. I can't stress that enough. I really do want to connect with real people talking about real things on the some of that If it needs to say behind closed doors while the nestle email is for you know when you get an update from me via email you can respond and I will always reply always. It may not be immediate but I will respond if you don't WanNa have your comments for everyone to see. That's another beauty of using such as for my blog and for real time in real talk. Is that when you get that email update if you want to respond immediately and say? Oh my God whatever whatever. I will get that in my inbox and I will respond so enough about so. Essentially that was my goal for recording this second episode of Real Talking Real Time. We'll see give you the backstory for. Why felt it necessary to do a podcast? And what you can expect in upcoming episodes again musings rance and raids from me and the occasional guest host or guest interview.
"From stand up. Comedian Kate. McCabe I was gobsmacked smarts when she told me who she chose to I come out to. I think it's interesting sometimes as a lesbian or gay person or somebody who identifies somewhere else on the sexuality spectrum. You might ask the question of. When did you know you were gay? But that's different than like. When did you feel different? Or when you felt attraction to the same sex I remember feeling like perhaps like a non sexualize way drawn to women very early on when I was like in second grade or something having having little tiny crushes on female teachers. Okay but then I think feeling probably different than other girls more around like like when I was like twelve thirteen fourteen when you actually are starting to go through puberty and you see girls gravitating towards boys trying to get their attention and flirty with them. You know when when my female friends were picking their favourite members of new kids on the block and I was scrambling to make up some random attraction to one of them to Nisa old sites. Tell us where you were growing up. Then okay I grew up in Erie. Pennsylvania which is On the Great Lakes Aches in America. Wonderful thought a great place to grow up being bit I wouldn't call Erie. Pennsylvania like a hyper progressive city. I would describe it as very Americana Traditionally more of like a blue collar type background although there were lots of white collar workers there as well you know. Detroit has the reputation of sort of like a factory city. That is maybe like a little run down. He's got a little bit of that spirit as well. They're both Great Lakes cities and it's that sort of have like a slightly depressed although there's efforts now for rebirth wall SORTA messages. Were you getting about the fact that you know you knew that you were a lesbian or you need a different. The messages were getting in the playground. or or in the place where you live. Oh deep dark ones. I grew up Catholic and I went to Catholic school so especially in the eighties nineties. You know there wasn't much progressivism in my Catholic community in Erie Pennsylvania. In fact quite the opposite you know it would have been got you could help her masturbating so you could picture picture masturbating to a female. You know is twice as bad So as far as commentary from other people I went to a Catholic girls all schools so it was interesting. It was sort of like that type of That teachers a less. You know like that sort of negativity like I bet sister so and so was a lesbian. Or I bet Mrs so and so is gay that sort of like a negative lesbians gross not necessarily directed squarely at me. I was a funny girl in a high school. Like I crack jokes. I was like class clown which I think is a classic Gay self-preservation Maneuver COMEDIANS poking funny. That is funny though. Isn't it. I never thought about it like that. But Yeah I think it's it's like a it's a type of martial art So you mentioned obviously felt Different when you were young but women's first time he's sort of realized it was a sexual things well so when I was going through puberty I had a kind of centralized dream about a woman that I knew and I told my mom pretty urgently because I was weirded out and I I must have been like twelve or thirteen well and I told I said Hey I had a dream that was like this and Blah Blah Blah and. My mom is so lovely. She just calmed me down. It was like look. You're going through puberty right now. So you're gonna I think all sorts of weird things do not bother thinking about this for another second. All kinds of bizarre thoughts are going to pop into your head. See later. I'll tell you. Yeah exactly so really I was able to sort of via like safe mode of thinking. Just think like I'm going through puberty just because I'm fantasizing about women doesn't mean I'm gay. It's just that my hormones are going bonkers and eventually they'll settle on men So that's what you told you so. Yeah that was my logic. I was because of what you've been told school and by that I mean at school. It's not like I'd been given any sort of lesson in about like sexuality and how it materializes I think mostly that little blanket of cover that had been provided by my mom and by the way not not like in a negative way. She was just trying to make me feel better and I don't think she thought I was gay. I don't legit. I don't think she thought like Oh my daughter's gay. I'm going to give her a cover. I do think she just believed leave. That this was sort of like it. Sounds like you will genuinely confused that. So Yeah Yeah. I don't think either of US knew that like that I. It wouldn't transfer over to men you know like I. I never had sex about men but that was also not a detail that I told my mom. So you carried on having they sort of fantasies and not really knowing what your sexuality was a really understanding was was. was there a sort of moment where you went. Oh hang on the dots adjoining up here. I think I might be guy. Yeah I finally admitted to myself when I was in university so I went to university in New York City which is a great Playground for a a gay kid coming out and and I really was boy. Did homosexuality need to really work hard with me. I stayed in the closet for my for America's four years of university degree. I was in the closet for three of them in New York City with a gay best friend. Yeah Oh my God. And they've got amazing clipper called the Click Club. Do you know about that. I do know that clip club and meow mix. AP meow mix. Yeah I want to show you what do I. That's it was sort of like there. I was in like the most bountiful. The whole place on earth for being a young lesbian and doing nothing about it but I finally came out The summer between my third and my final year so I I went and saw the movie bound with Gina. Gershon Jennifer Tilly. I think most lesbians are h have have watched bound SORTA fly. It should be sort of prescribed relations to something that you need to watch as part of your coming to terms. Maybe even as a test like dea thank you are watch this. If if this doesn't pull you screaming out of the closet then you're probably not see. I watched that and then it's like you know had like several fever dreams after that and then the first person I actually came out to besides myself a priest. Wow Yeah I wasn't expecting uh-huh and I went to So I I still you know growing up Catholic. I was still trying to live who I was in New York City. I didn't want to go to New York City and become like a completely different person and so I was still going to church every Sunday morning. And I'm not an idiot like I went to a church. Very progressive neighborhood. So this was not a very hellfire and brimstone brand of Catholocism. This was a nicer sort of like reformed liberal branch of Catholicism and it was a church in Chelsea which historically is a pretty gay neighborhood in New York City and I went to a confessional and you know the the priest is behind the thing and I just say I think I think I might be gay. And they call it so you of course can't see you and technically they're not really allowed to be like ghoul regardless of their own feeling. They've gotta to give sort of like what the pope prescribes as how to deal with these situations. So I had quite fearful at this point really expecting that. The priests going to tell me that like my soul needs to be cleansed in that like I need to do this. That and the other thing and that it's wrong but instead you know and I really thank God that like i. I was at this this point in my life I was in New York City. I was in a church. Chelsea aide said well okay. Well look. I'm I'm supposed to say some things and and You know I want to know. Let's talk a little bit more about this. Have you acted on your Your gay feelings and I said well no I hadn't because I you know I'm not very cool. Watch the film barrel exactly and he said okay. Well what I'm going to say to you Technically this isn't the line that I'm supposed to us but I would say in your gay relationships. Treat your partners like I would ask you to if you were straight as in like like basically I think what his advice was like. Don't go out and be a hooker. Okay like just like if you're going to you know fall in love with someone you respect them respect yourself and Cetera et cetera. And so sort of gave me like a very cautious like it's okay basically. Just be a good gay Catholic in your relationships. That's exactly what you needed to hear. Probably a one hundred percent is good as you were going to get from a Catholic price. Yeah I think and this is it. I think people's experiences rance's with religion vary greatly depending on where they are in the world. you know what is kind of coming out of the church in that in that moment in time again again I think you know geographically. I was just lucky luckier than ninety percent of my gay friends. So how did that fail. Then did you think Oh. Archie is okay to be gay. Were you still a bit sort of Still GonNA stand the closet. This is still look great with God her. Did you fill up to the what was a massive relief so someone who felt pressure from religion growing up Catholic. It was a massive relief to feel and understand that. I'm not crazy. There are people in the world even in religion that like. I don't think I'M GONNA burn in Hell for just basically living my truth and then it made me consider. Who Am I gonNA tell next?
Fooling Computer Vision
"By now I have to assume. Most listeners are aware of deep fakes. Not just because we've covered deep fakes on this show before but if you show an interest for anything anything related to data and or skepticism you must know about the advances in technology that have been pretty impressive in creating videos that were not actual captures. There's a reality. Most people's first introduction to this idea was the video with comedian Jordan peele effectively puppeteer in the then president Barack Obama talking about out the dangers of deep fake technology. Maybe for some of you your first introduction was a bit more. NSF W and with the advent of any technology like doc deep fakes which just to be totally clear as the ability to kind of mask a different face onto a body. That doesn't belong to that face. Or just otherwise edit the content of identity a photo will these technologies are very much coming of age. Interestingly you never hear too much about the let's say positive or anonymity angle of this. You know someone who wants to release something to the world but not have their face identified could look like a real person person but obscure it in some way or let's go directly to the princess lay appearance in the recent star wars films deep fakes or not all bad even though they can like anything certainly be used maliciously so with any malicious tool the first questions. Really well can. We detect usage of that tool. Is there a categorical way. We can identify video. US fake or not fake and like all good questions. The answer is maybe I read good deal research on ways of detecting this one of the ways is it was sort of interesting to me. Initially was a researcher that in the case of very high fidelity cameras was able to detect blood pressure in the images by really amplifying amplifying certain parts of the signal you could notice subtle changes related to I guess the temperature of the human body. You're just things were we radiate as beings and and the deep fake systems you know these things developed based on generative adversarial networks things that have a discriminator in generator that our adversary competing competing to see who can make the best forgeries and who can spot the forgeries will these systems. They sometimes take a bit of a shortcut. They don't notice things like the subtle presence of blood pressure or as we covered on the show last year. That something interesting like the blinking of a face was not something Ganz out of box did and that on the surface surface that seems like a great detection technology as my guest in that episode will remind. You only took a little bit of time until the forgers were able to incorporate that into their systems and start producing deep fakes. which in fact did blink ultimately the detection of deep fake seems to be sort of maybe a bit of an asymptotically failed strategy? Gee if I went outside right now and I don't know set fire to my neighbor's house. If you filmed me doing that you would have a video of me setting fire into my neighbor's house which I'm sure why me jail Wednesday. That video was just a collection of bits of information in computers are getting quite good at generating very specialized sequences of bits of information. Seeing is no longer believing at least when you're seeing is delivered on Youtube or an MP before file or the equivalent and that's why video and images have always been a little bit curious to me. There is such a wide potential space of possible images in videos. That could be shown. We're going to talk a lot this season about gant's and fooling images and all these sorts of topics especially as they relate to our general theme. You of model interpret ability but I thought the best way to kick this off might be to talk about what fighting chances we have. If I'm right in fighting faces an asymptotically Alex's losing battle well we might not yet be at the point of inflection. So while they're still chance in the spirit of Sarah Connor maybe we can fight back a little bit against. It's the machines. Welcome to Davis skeptic interpret ability podcast asked about machine learning fooling images and the right to be ignored at least by an algorithm my guest today is vp Van rance today in our main segment sygmunt. We discussed the ways in which US mere mortals the non algorithms might develop techniques which we can subvert or fool image recognition systems. He's not just in an academic paper but actually in the real world
Is Amazon Profitable?
"Is Amazon profitable and the really short answer is yes it is actually it's quite profiled profitable stuffing two thousand fifteen going forward. Amazon is being consistently a profitable throughout history. If you've been following damn business model one of the critique that the company head head over the years is that it was striving always at very high valuation nickel bed to each earnings but the problem is if you're looking at Thomason just from the earning owning standpoint. Probably this was the wrong perspective. Because of course the company has been using a strategy combined operational and financial strategy that we can catch machine and really this is about the generating operating cash flows for for for the business even though running at very low net margins so so it means that you're running with very low net profits now betty few highlights from from from singer so yes. Amazon is definitely Prov flu profitable as being so consistently starting from two thousand fifteen and if you look at the numbers from two thousand Eighteen Amazon actually passed for the first time at ten million in profits which is a lot whoever when we look at the Amundsen we need to understand the Amazon business model. It's very diversified. Rennell company an and you know when when we talk about the debt company that comes in with talking about the bunny which has many business models we dean so we know we are not just simply if fighting saying Amazon is an ECOMMERCE is way more than the Tomlinson is an e commerce is a lot from business model it has within Amazon days another platform which is called. Aws this which as we would see as being the main contributor or the province because eight rance with different economics compared to traditional Amazon business model and then he does other you you know Cam prime and you know the other cities like Protesting services offered the bathroom which are tied together in a way Batuta also running. They'll Saran separately because again. Amazon is a huge company so if we look at the the profits from the province simbone it's very important that we don't get just too much focus on buffy salon. I mean it's very important that we look at the bottom line. Any business model is to be able to be viable back at the same time we want to look at another viable which is Betty Betty Betty important for any business. It's cash it's actually not not even catch the the bank is actually the cash that you can generate for the abbreviation means. Do you have available cash at the end in the short term that you can reuse it to grow the business and you can reuse in the short term to make sure that you have contraction for the business and Amazon is being a going. It's cash consistently and actually a successfully throughout the years so it has always been able to to actually ensure as at a certain amount of short-term cash through tweets ovation stance also to the fulfillment centers the original deficiency through through the fact that in any case Amazon gets money from customers right away and then he pays you know the the the senators in in let's say thirty or sixty days so they kief chiefs said that the gifts that the company advancement advancement in in dental financial resources which Dan the company has to get back to those sailors but yet it had this timeframe keeps Amazon the ability to to invest the money and then make mining them pay back to you know those those practices I mean we we cannot get the the Amazon uses each celebrity du Du actually sort of expand the timing takes to pay back to its supplier something that's that's a legitimate concern weekdays at Amazon each company that takes advantage over other that source of concern. I mean it's it's I used platform mm-hmm and I think when when you're in business fitting Boston to highlight that you need to options for your business even when you are actually building up as more companies more more business unique understand the logic of this platforms because a when you're a drone within those platforms than chances are is that you donate options and then you need to follow what Thomasson thus which is not the best scenario. If you have a business you following the lead Obama Zone and you don't have options you are in bed sedation. You better understand how you create you don't distribution platform to enable an an answer your own distribution of products and then of course use other platforms like Amazon as noxious and not a as a primary option in my thinking in terms of business but having said that if we look at the reasons for two thousand seventeen eighteen the the major contributor has been Amazon. Aws that I covered a pre-match from any perspective on for week embiid come. I'm GONNA leave awesome references at some links on these notes and really Dave look recent celebrating income out for two thousand eighteen free since did did contributed to over seven billion overeating king in operating income considering over two billion overeating reading income in two thousand eighteen so it's a it's a UJA teach contribution but as I said since two thousand fifteen going forward Amazon has been consistently a profitable when for the first time the company posted in two thousand fifteen number six million Improv is actually there was really. I think two thousand thousand nine two thousand ten when the company posted this province but you know I'm seeing these this was the year that they were posted consistently growing growing very fast. We defend different economics thanks to Amazon. 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EU divided over top jobs after polls redraw political map
"The leaders of all twenty eight EU countries do together in Belgium today to thrash out who gets the top jobs in Brussels, that include the president of the Oregonian commission and the presidencies of your paean council and parliament is Gareth Bono. It's the dust settles on one election Europe is preparing for another over an informal dinner on cheese day night, the full process of appointing the top jobs in the European Union, fresh in the minds of the leaders of the twenty eight Member, States will be the weekend's elections, which left the European Parliament's to digital parties of the centre right in the center left. We can inserting rance's voters across Europe, steadily reject the status quo. The question for politicians in Brussels will be whether they too fancy radically change or safe, insecure, leadership, speaking in Berlin. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel Kupfer decision to be made quickly does Miklaszewski we want to find a solution as soon as possible as the European parliament will meet at the beginning of July and it would be good if we have a proposal from the European Council. So the positions can be filled quickly after that, John. Fluid young Donald tusk Athena, the full front, the us efforts to deal with Brexit. A shop irony behalf to the British Prime Minister Theresa may. He's leaving office herself. We part of the process to appoint their successes. The announcements are expected in gene and law. The physical geography of the European Union remains the same Fennell the political landscape will change once
"rance" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Real estate donations. Kiro radio continuing coverage in Kent. The King County regional Justice center has been evacuated because of a bomb threat. Also carrier court operations are suspended for the day. Law enforcement has secured the area and is investigating. We will bring you updates on this developing story, and in our other developing story by the ended by the end of the day were expected to see charges filed in the Lake City shooting case, we've learned that the suspect told police he'd started drinking at twelve thirty on Wednesday blacked out and woke up at Harborview medical center after he opened fire on these suspects and doesn't remember anything. We will have more on that from porter Aaron granola who's following these developments. President Donald Trump is threatening to close the US border with Mexico if the Mexican government doesn't shutdown legal immigration CBS's. Adrienne Bard is in Mexico City. Mexico is responding to the difficult situation. That's occurred in the last year. In which they've been frustrated by the increasingly large number of Central American migrants coming to Mexico really in swarms, and they're on their way to the United States. These are not people who want to stay in Mexico. They're using Mexico is a third party transit. So there's really very little they've been able to do so far to stop the flow, according to the US chamber of commerce closing the border could affect about five million jobs in the United States Jason rance from our sister station KTAR spoke with former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and about his presidential bid. Schultz says he actually agrees with some of Republicans on immigration. The Republicans are correct that we need strict borders, and we need background checks. So any verification we have the technology and the resources to do that at the border. We also should be providing is with the tools to resources in the funding for them to do their job. So I agree with that. But shalt says he agrees with Democrats that dreamers. Need a pathway to citizens? Ship. He also wants to offer a pathway for citizenship for people who overstayed their work visas. Detectives are out on five and Tacoma mapping out a fatal collision your m street witnesses tell state patrol troopers. A motorcyclist was trying to make a lane change and hit another vehicle when the writer was down. He hit was hit by a second vehicle which.
"rance" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"How many people in here worry about the rising cost of housing? So here's the deal in America. Let's let's let's really want out for a minute here. New construction in America has moved to the high end chef. So if you're rich there's a lot of housing opportunities. But if you're middle class working class working poor or poor port. What's basically happened is there hasn't been much new housing coming in the government has backed out from what he was doing. And the consequences housing is deteriorating and at the same time the prices going up because because of the demand, so what can we do about it? I'll tell you exactly what we can do that we can build three point two million new housing units across this country. What would be the consequence of doing that? I is we've produced about a million and a half jobs local jobs. Good jobs. That's a good part second. We would bring down according to Moody's the price of rance instead of continuing to go up by about ten percent. That's their estimate and think about it you bring three point two million new housing units online. If prices overall, not just the new it's you bring it because it affects the market, but that's not all we need to do housing. I was talking about it earlier the number one way that families working families middle class families built wealth is if I home, and that's how it's worked generation after generation for white families, but not for. African American and Latino families..