17 Burst results for "Rasche"
"rasche" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Tip, you have a sprinter already on it. It's going to beat everybody to that defense would have to go turn around and get it. They're already off to the races. They're going to cross the blue line the same moment of boom. They're gone. That worked for Seattle. Colorado was doing the same thing to Seattle, the Seattle was doing the Colorado. The difference, Seattle found the way out of it. They found a way to navigate through it, spend as least amount of time as you can with the puck on somebody's stick. And then you're going to be hounded constantly, you know, that's the best approach to take. Yeah. But I think there are better built to do that. Right, whereas a TY Colorado because of one of the flaws of having the types of stars at the top of the rasche do and those guys to be fair it did have the most success clearly out of anyone in that series, but they want to keep the puck on their stick and try to maneuver through and carry it themselves, right? It's sort of a more of a role player mentality to embrace playing that game and that is what the Seattle kraken are from top to bottom, right? So I think in a way, it actually works in their favor to sort of embrace that mentality, but also when they're the ones chasing the puck on the forge, we should note, I think they have such a full team buy in in terms of not only the personnel they have, but the way they play, where you're going to get the same sort of intensity from line to one as you will from line four, right? And then that's not always the case with some of these teams. You might have one or two really sort of potent pressure for checking lines, but then the other team will have a bit of a reprieve where they're like, all right, we can breathe, like, wine three is out here, all of a sudden, we can kind of get back, reset, take our time, and get this game played in terms that we much prefer. With a crack and you don't really get that luxury because all right, brand it down as lions out now. And that's going to be complete chaos. Then Maddie veneers is out. There's never any sort of chance to get that reset. And I think that herds especially in this playoff setting where you're talking about a best of 7 and I fully believe there's a bit of a cumulative effect as a series goes along in terms of that sort of both physical but also mental fatigue. I 100% agree with you. I posted a video I think I did anyway. Maybe I didn't intend to. But of Matty veneers in the offensive zone, that heavy four check one of the things that does Dmitry is plays break down, right? And you're engaged in that system, it allows you to continue to play the role of bully, you know? And I'm posted a clip where there wasn't an instance of a meniere's goal where play breaks down for Colorado, turnover happens. The kraken or four checking, everybody's engaged. He makes a drive to the net the motion of driving the net shoves the defenseman completely out of the way. Subtle enough that he's not going to get caught. He didn't knock anybody down. You know what I mean? He used his momentum in the four check to just take the space away from somebody, bang, bang, play, pucks on a stick, nobody's there to mark him. He scores. That's it. So it's you talk about cumulative effects. I think over
"rasche" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"Of the priority areas that tend to be a focus are health, but then children's data is always a big cause of concern, location data is another area. So I think there are different areas which may not be something that is a recent enforcement action has been announced. But this applies to all of them. And those are examples where their priorities lie. And even beyond the priorities, it's an application and a cause of concern across the board. So one more question before we hit our sponsor break. But how does the regulatory world? Like everybody outside of ad tech, how do they perceive ad tech? Like how does the FTC perceive the ad taken distribute do lawmakers think that ad tech and all of the data collection that really underpins it and makes it home that that's dangerous? And also and I kind of feel like the answer is yes ish. So my other question would be like, what can the industry do to change that perception? Yeah, I mean, it's no fault of anybody, but it's just how the industry has evolved, where it's become so complex. Even when anybody in the industry, when you think of ad tech, you think of luma's escape and you think how many layers and players are there and who's doing what and everybody has different roles to play. So there is this notion of complexity. And then second is opaqueness. I think people outside the industry feel like it's a black box. It's very opaque. You don't know what's going on. You don't know how you're being tracked or what data is being collected, where the data is going. There's a lot of free flowing of data. It feels to some extent. Not now in the current times, but probably like 5 to ten years before, very much sort of like a mobile west like it's free data is free for all. And then that has led to this idea of surveillance. And how a lot of the tracking is cross context cross device and building this dossier about people that are super rich and give you so much information and detail. So I think those are that's the perspective or the perception that folks outside the industry have and to your second point about what can industry do to change, I think it may sound a little bit sort of preachy, but there is you kind of have to reverse that narrative and reverse that those practices to some extent by being more transparent being more accountable, privacy is privacy and data security is one of the ways for you to sort of embrace that those principles embrace those practices and really be forthcoming and really be more forward thinking in terms of evolving the industry to be more data, data responsible, have data dignity, have data, sort of practices that are rooted at its core. As opposed to just sort of doing the compliance check boxes. I mean, it may be preachy, but it's preachy to acquire. I mean, I agree with you. So we're going to take a quick sponsor break. But when we're back, we're going to keep with this theme of transparency and how to get there and how to build trust because we'll be talking a bit about rasche's new privacy focused consultancy called up level. And we'll also talk more about notice and choice and self regulation. Lots of hot
"rasche" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks
"Talks, I'm Allison Schiff, and this week we'll be talking about privacy with rasche ariet Gupta, a digital marketing expert whose fresh off of a two year stint at the Federal Trade Commission. She was brought on board as part of the FTC's effort to get in the weeds on ad tech. The commission is increasingly willing and able to roll up its sleeves and look under the hood of what's happening across programmatic pipes. Rasche has a lot of insight into what makes the FTC tick, which she's parlaying into a newly founded consultancy focused on privacy and advertising. We'll talk about that. We'll talk about notice and choice, the FTC's agenda, why self regulation hasn't seemed to work all that well for the online ad industry. And a lot of other stuff. But before we get started, it's plug our events time at exchangers upcoming programmatic IO is taking place may 15th through the 17th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. It's the premier conference for digital marketers and the agenda is full of really good stuff and great speakers from Wells Fargo, bob Evans farms, advertiser perceptions, jounce media, group M, group black, ivy tech lab, good way group, salon, Roku, and many more. Podcast listeners get 10% off their tickets using the code pod ten. That's POD ten. So head to programmatic IO to learn more and register. Hope to see you there. Rashi, welcome to the podcast. Thank you, Allison. Very nice to be here. So I'm going to kick off by asking for one fun fact about you something that not a lot of other people already know. I know some interesting things about you and we're going to get into them. But maybe not even advertising related. Oh, yeah, I guess, I guess the social media were an open book now, right? But I guess one thing that's probably not out there anywhere is my first career was a failed career. I was a fashion designer for a second. And a did not thrive. What did you focus on, what was your style? It was more like fusion, like India and western design ethics. And I went to fashion school back in India and that was sort of like my dream, but I quickly realized that I'm not, I'm not creative enough to make a living out of it. So I just quickly pivoted. So you just dress well, I'm sure you dress well. I think so. I might have to ask you for some tips offline. Well, so I was going to say that your personal journey is very interesting from an advertising perspective, but it also has this other interesting origin. But if we're going to talk about your actual LinkedIn profile, you've spent a lot of years nearly 20 years in advertising and ad tech you were with essence, new star, Volkswagen in the U.S., digitas, back in the day, and then you spent two years with the FTC as a White House presidential innovation fellow focusing on a privacy and ad practices and not to steal your thunder or to brag, but I played a little bit of a role in your path to the FTC funnily enough. We didn't know each other at the time at all, but in the spring of 2020, the director of the FTC's bureau of consumer protection who I knew reached out to me and asked if I wanted to do a story about how the FTC was looking for people who really understand the digital advertising world to come and spend some time about two years at the agency to help educate the staff and the commissioners and all of these issues that the headline of that story was FTC seeks ad tech prose to bone up on the quote unquote opaque business of digital advertising, which is a little wordy, but you ended up reading that story, applying and then getting it. Yeah, I mean, it comes full circle, right? So it started with the article in thanks to you. You've made a positive impact on the advice of this little journey segment of my professional journey and now we're here talking about my experience and reminiscing on what I learned, what sort of insights I have. So yeah, I mean, it's been, it was a super fun time, super interesting. Both sort of from a learning perspective for me, but then also sort of building my expertise where, as you mentioned, I've been in the industry for quite some time. And I've been fortunate enough to play on all sides of the ecosystem as we say it in the industry insights speak. Brands, Samsung and Volkswagen, then agency side, digital essence, ad tech at U star, and then I started doing my own consulting for a bit. And that's where I fell into privacy where it about around the time of GDPR and clients were wondering what it is. Implementation of cookie banners under GDPR. So that's very tactically I fell into privacy and I just started to embrace that topic and wanting to just get to know it more, more closely, understand it better and part of me wanted to bring this via the intersection of advertising marketing and privacy. And I think the article really was a sort of almost like manifested that dream for me where I got that opportunity and I applied and my friend Adam sort of pointed out to point at that opportunity to me and I lend it at STC and my focus there was squarely on ad practices and privacy and I touched both sides of the house both consumer protection and competition. Well, let's talk a little bit about that a day in the life of you for those two years. I think 2020 to just this past October. I mean, it wasn't that long ago. Now you're doing the consulting thing. Again, which we can talk about in a bit. But what exactly did they have you looking into what kind of research were you doing and what sort of questions were you helping the commissioners and staff answer and learn about at the FTC? Yeah, so anyway, I would say my very first project or engagement as the article suggested and as sort of you know. So they wanted to really understand how to add ecosystem works, how the players interact with each other, what's on the front end, what's on the back end. So my big focus was education and trying to sort of help FTC staff up level their understanding of the real world business
"rasche" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Ticks, the kind of formlessness in their beings, all of that, what I would describe as kind of uncertain acting and the reason that you were grateful for how I am a boss and Brian Cox on the show is that their season is there a parent season this and their maturity gave the show a gravitas that I was grateful was there. And then in the second and third seasons, I just felt like I loved watching the other actors learn these characters as instruments and get very, very good at playing them. So now we're watching Jeremy strong and Kieran Culkin and Sarah snook. And Alan Ruck, they're virtuosic performers of these characters now. The guy who plays cousin Greg, same thing. These are really good actors. All of the supporting guys, David rasche, Peter Friedman, deck Mara max, whose last name I just butchered. Don't forget Jay Smith Cameron. Jay Smith, Jason Cameron, by the way, one of my favorite, one of the great performances of the 2000s, this movie called Margaret with Anna Paquin, this one, just that movie is one of my favorite movies of the last 25 years. She is amazing in that movie. So is Anna Paquin. So is everybody who's in it. She's so good on this show. Jerry, Jerry is my favorite character on the show. I mean, I think she might be a lot of people's favorite character. How about Jerry dolled up at the wedding? Looking great. But then getting her feelings hurt, a little quivering lip. I thought it was an elite Jerry last episode. I think that the thing about this show that I don't know about you Bill, but I was like many points during the during the show's run. I have asked myself, why do I, why am I watching this show? Why am I, why do I care about this show? And that episode on Sunday, kind of, I don't know if you had this, but like, I was like, I was, I was kind of crying. Oh. Well, you know my wife cares Simmons who you love. She was devastated. She was didn't just cry during the episode. But was upset for like a couple hours after she felt like one of her friends died. And meanwhile, this guy's a monster, but she was really affected by it. I actually found myself getting wet in the face. And I was just like, what the, what am I doing? What's happening right now? These people suck. I can't do this. But it
"rasche" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It says COVID is actually already peaked in Beijing. It's warning though about the coming holidays. Southwest Airlines promising things will be back to normal tomorrow. Sam beckman fried apparently met with senior White House officials, at least four times this year, White House officials are calling it part of his push to influence crypto policy, and Russia today launching heavy attacks on multiple parts of Ukraine including kief and jutting the conversational Bloomberg's Larry liebert Bloomberg editor on the national security team. Larry, this new wave of attack somehow, it just feels a little different. One of the biggest by Russia and weeks are things still going in Kyiv's direction right now. Well, the war overall has been going in keys direction, but most not almost of the fighting on the ground is literally frozen in place by the winter. So rasche is tons of trading on trying to bludgeon the Ukrainian population and to submission with this war deprived of electricity and heat in the middle of winter and so far it appears that it's only made the Ukrainians more determined and more loyal president zelensky gives an address just about every night tonight he says the attacks on the electrical system continue in the new year. He said they plan to make us suffer, though we'll stand up. So so far, it's been very grim. Continues to be grim for the Ukrainian populist, but the determination hasn't. We've been talking about how the U.S. is considering sending Bradley fighter vehicles to how much of an edge would this give fighters there? It's important or just sort of something. I mean, it's not a magic weapon in the U.S. is not going to be giving in on sending fighter planes or otherwise doing things that it would view as blatantly provocative to Russia. But the bradleys, they're an old weapon, an old transport for the military, but we reported today on this possible addition of the bradleys. They are raised stock you won't have to wait for them to be produced. And more can see veteran defense analysts said Bradley's would provide a major increase in ground combat capability because in effect, it's a lightweight tank and it's heavily armed and there's lots of them and so providing them. We don't know the numbers yet and we don't have a time to take a few months to get them there and to train on them. But it would be another step forward in helping the Ukrainians of the ground war. Fair to say, and there's a political dimension to this at home as well, Biden just signing that $1.7 trillion government funding package 47 billion more for U.S. for Ukraine and that's on top of what 65 billion already authorized. Exactly. Does all this give Biden more traction to send even more weapons there? Well, it does out of existing inventories. You'll have that money, but as I know you've heard a lot of people have the Republicans some Republicans, not in this McConnell, but some of the Republicans, especially in the house, are saying they're going to not be writing blank checks are going to take a careful look in some of the very most conservative Republicans are saying, they don't want to spend more of our U.S. money in Ukraine. So it's going to the process is going to be a little bumpier, but I do think so far, the indications are that the U.S. support will continue into the new year. And just quickly about 20 seconds here, what about prospects for peace talks? Well, I think nobody is ready to come to the table. He had certainly the maneuvering suggests that Russia is saying that Ukraine must see all of the land that Russia is claiming to have Stephen some of which it's lost back to Ukraine. Ukraine is saying that Russia must not only leave all the land, including Crimea, which sees back in 2014, I think. But also, they have to go before international war crimes tribunal. So far, everyone's dug in at some point negotiations may begin behind the scenes, but they're not there yet. And we'll be watching and checking in with you again, Bloomberg, slurry, Bert, Bloomberg editor of the national security team. I'm Denise Pellegrini, and this
"rasche" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Or just died of natural causes, she was a year old. Maybe a little over a year actually. It's not like we bought her and watched her hatch from a goldfish egg to the hatch from eggs. I don't really know. Nonetheless, my daughter has now decided what she wants her new pet to be. And it is the natural evolution. It is what you would think the next animal would be after having goldfish and that's a horse. Yes, a horse. I don't know where this guy. I don't even know. Where she thinks we're going to put it the horse. What we do have a two car garage, I guess that's rather extravagant to his 6 year old. There's some show she walks on the BBC where snobbish British equestrians fight over who gets to ride cat. Who gets to ride? Calico today. Calico is my horse, Don, you mind. And now all of a sudden my daughter Stella thinks she can take care of a horse ride a horse when what comes out of a horse is twice the size of her. But yes, her goldfish died and I said to her, well, we can move on. What's the next pet you would like? Are we ready? Is the family ready for dog? I still didn't really recover from the passing of my last dog. But for my kids, I will. And she's like, I think I kind of know what's next. I'm like, oh, is it going to be a cat? I'm not that I've had some friends with cats that I love. But I was a little bit worried it was going to be a cat. And she goes, a horsey. Okay. Let's go down to the horse store. Pick out a horse. And what's the name for it? And of course, Stella ever creative with her names for horses was, well, I just said, horsey, so yes, when the time comes and we're in the bigger house, and if this passion continues, thanks to that snobbish BBC series, Vinnie Penn, your party animal. Will be the owner of horsey, the horse. See you next week. This is animal radio. Hey, Eric and rasche here hosts of the CBS TV series lucky dog. We're also the spokespeople for the 14th annual get your licks on route 66 pet adoption tour brought to you by fido friendly magazine. The tour travels from Los Angeles to Chicago, stopping at shelters along the way to support adoption events. Join us and show sponsor Chewy at the tour's kick-off event on Saturday, August 27th, where lots of great pets will be available for adoption. To find out where the tour stops near you, log on to phyto friendly dot com, and who knows? You just might find your new forever friend. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with a free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. We just got an email about the turtle talk we had last week. They were very happy. Someone who owns a snapping turtle says we've been very un turtle centric and really like to hear all the turtle talk. But you actually, you're dealing with another turtle situation. What's up with that? Oh yeah, I mean, we see turtles all the time. I guess we don't talk about enough on ear. So we're going to have to work on that. But yeah, I've got a box turtle. That is here, and because his nails in his beak have grown out excessively. And yeah, you're thrown off by the beak thing, aren't you? Don't have beaks, and I hate to tell you. That's a bird. They do have beaks. In fact, because birds and reptiles are closely related, the front of their mouth is very firm and it has a very hard strong makeup there. And what can happen, this little guy has some nutritional problems. They on his family just has to get under control here. So he's been eating too high of a protein diet, very vitamin poor. So it has caused his beak, which is kind of the snout. To grow out too long. And it looks like he's kind of has like a big overgrown bite on his teeth. So we have to trim that back today. Trim his nails. We're doing some vitamins and some antibiotics and trying to get his husband to be back to where it ought to be. He's 20 years old. Wow. So that's not a toucan. It's a turtle. But yeah, so we're going to try to keep this guy around for another decade or two. How long did turtles live? You know, box turtles can live up to 50 years. So if we get this guy on the right track with husbandry, you know, he can live a long time. Get him some fruits, vegetables, and it's just like, you know, Joey, you know, you've got a bird, you gotta give them an all around it. You can't pigeonhole into one thing. That's true. My bird likes pizzas, spaghetti, meatballs, you know? All the good Italian foods. Exactly. Let's see, I think we have Rick on the phone. Hey Rick, how are you doing? I'm doing pretty good. How are you doing? Good, what's going on in your world? Well, I have a snoodle. He's about a year and a half, two years old. Very rambunctious, but he loves walks and to play and all that, but he does not like a car. He'll get real shaky. Like writing in a car, he starts panting, salivating and then eventually he'll throw up. Well, and that's definitely a hard thing. Are you out traveling right now with him? No, no, no, no. He's at home. I'm a truck driver. I'm actually an island park Idaho, which is beautiful. Awesome. Yeah. All right. Well, the trick with dogs that have problems in the car travel. There's two components to it. There's actually what's more of a fovea, which causes them to be fearful, trembling, shaking, drooling, and then there's the dogs that have true motion sickness. Now, a dog with true motion sickness doesn't have to go through those other symptoms. And in fact, a dog with motion sickness, it's really just when they get on those windy turns that they'll start to get nauseated and vomit. However, a dog that has motion sickness can build up those phobias because they know what's going to come. So you can get an overlap of two problems here. So we have to address it that way. The first part, if we've got time and opportunity before car travel, the best thing we can do is condition a dog to the car. And that can be a very labor intensive process where we gradually train them to being near a car being in the car, being in the car gradually that goes down the back of the driveway, and then eventually working up to going around the blocks. Now, every dog is different. And you can't push them. So we may spend a week or two just getting them to do basic obedience sitting right next to the car before we actually enter it. If we notice any fearful behaviors, ears are down and back, tail is low, slinking, looking around, licking the lips, then we're pushing them too far, and we don't want to take that next step and put them in the car and drive them around because we're not accomplishing anything. We're setting ourselves further back. So gradually we build up to this. We practice this with treats, rewards, and then eventually we build up to those smaller bits of time getting around the car driving the car that we can hopefully build them up to positive experiences. So that's the hard and the long way to correct these type of things when we've got anxiety. Some of the short term things that we do, there's a lot of different things. So some dogs, if we really feel that they have motion sickness, I may use a drug like dramamine or there's another one that's approved for dogs called serenia, which helps to decrease their motion sickness and truly an emotion sickness type problem. Do anything for that anxiety. So we got to work on that too. So I may add in some things like the thunder shirt, which can be a calming effect. As well as things like dog pheromones, those help to kind of relax a minute natural way. Those could be in collars, sprays, things like that. So those are some other ways that we can help make training a little bit easier or just even that car travel that you have to do all of a sudden. And I guess the other thing that I should mention is that when we already traveling with dogs in a car, we don't want them to run helter skelter all around the car, because that can actually be very upsetting. It helps to feed their anxiety with the more they can run from window to window and drool and lick the glass. It really makes them very much nervous. So seat belts or dog crates are a great way to keep them confined and that will help decrease some of that motion sickness that they'll have.
"rasche" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Greetings, animal radio lovers, it's time for a brand new installment of the party animal. That's me. Vinny Penn actually it's a very special episode of I want to be reverential of the party animal. Rest in peace, Betty. For those of you who have been following the party animal adventures over there, it's already been well over a year now. Getting close to two, I think. You know that my daughter and I went out and bought a goldfish named Betty, a beta fish, and Betty lived exactly one year and died passed away this past 4th of July. My daughter was unbelievably strong upon the loss and for those of you out there who really know and really have paid attention. You might be wondering it was Vinnie Penn, a hypocrite, and he did a big rant about why goldfish were unceremoniously flushed down the toilet and not giving a given a proper burial. I'll have you don't. I am a hypocrite, but I just wasn't in this particular instance. She was buried in the backyard and words were said, a moving eulogy was delivered by myself and by my 6 year old daughter. Interestingly enough, though, Betty, just a few weeks before we had bought another fish. Named Elmer and had one of those split tanks, we bought a new tank and it was split, so now my son had his own fish and Betty had and my daughter had her own in Betty. And Betty died not long after Elmer's arrival. Could it have been fish aside? Could it have been could Betty have killed herself? In all honesty, those of you out there, no fish. Could this have happened? I mean, they weren't in the same tank, and yet somehow it wasn't long after that, that petty swam her final day. And now my daughter wants a brand new pet. Oh, I can't even get into that. I will tell you a next week's installment. What my daughter's new pad is now that her goldfish has passed away. What she wants it to be anyway. But give me an email Vinnie at animal radio dot com. We added a fish to the tank, a split tank, though, important to know. And the one that was there longer died only a few weeks later. Party animal animal radio. Hey, Eric and rasche here hosts of the CBS TV series lucky dog. We're also the spokespeople for the 14th annual get your licks on route 66 pet adoption tour brought to you by phyto friendly magazine. The tour travels from Los Angeles to Chicago, stopping at shelters along the way to support adoption events. Join us and show sponsor Chewy at the tour's kick-off event on Saturday, August 27th, where lots of great pets will be available for adoption. To find out where the tour stops near you, log on to phyto friendly dot com, and who knows? You just might find your new forever friend. You're listening to animal radio. Here's how and Judy. On the big show today, Deborah Wilson will be joining us also author John Katz, Stacey, working hard, what do you got going on? Well, there was another recall on pet snacks. You know, there's been so many problems with the snacks that have come in from China. This one is a product that you can get at target and I'll tell you what it is and what to look out for coming up on animal radio news. Stuck in the bathroom Doc halligan didn't want to come into the studio today. It was probably Mexican food last night. Was that? Yeah, it wasn't good. We are back in a very lucky to have on the show Christy pace. Christie has a very special dog hi, Christie. How are you doing? Hi, I'm good. How are you doing? Good. Now the dog's name is at nakia. Yes. And that's Hawaiian, right? Yes it is. What does that stand? What does that mean in Hawaii? It actually means puddles. Puddles. And why did you name your dog petals and tell us a little bit about your dog? Very special though. Yeah. Well, Nikhil, he was originally abandoned in a full closed home as a really young puppy with his litter mates. And it was in the winter time in Nebraska and he was only puppy that was actually found frozen to a puddle. Oh no. And he had severe frostbite and he lost all his toes and all four legs. Four legs. While you see dogs that maybe lose one leg or two legs, but four legs, that seems like that's a lot of adversity that dog has to go through, huh? Right, yeah. But he has a really strong spirit. Now, I wouldn't most shelters put a dog like this down. He actually went to
"rasche" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Out to their wrist. So it looks like when they open up, they look like a kite, and they kind of glide between things. So they do fly. They do fly. Like having a dog. Oh yeah. They're really affection. They're really, really social. In fact, we recommend usually people have them in pairs. Males and females do great together as long as you need them. And they're really fun. How big are they? How big are they? They're small. They fit in the palm of your hand. And just because they're used to being in a pouch, the owners actually get these little zip up pockets that look like, I don't know, maybe 6 by 6 inches, a little patch of the zipper that that's where they sleep. They hang out at about, and you wear it around your neck like it's like a little bag around your neck. And that's how you travel around with them. Well, now do they need to be in a cage or how does that work? Yeah, they typically hang out of the cage at home. And it has to be escape proof because they're very good at getting out. But you can travel with them and take them out and they're just very interactive, very, very active little tips. They really eat a variety of things. They need some fruits and vegetables. They need some protein. They actually eat some insects. And interestingly, the one problem that we see with them is that people just give them a lot of fruit, making sugar glider, you know, that they do eat some fruit because they're Australian. But food is not enough for them and we see a lot of problems like low calcium makes them tremor or they don't get enough protein and then get really sick. So nutritional problems are a really big deal with them. We just got a text here at our Twitter account rather. We got a tweet. Someone wants to know it's a sugar glider, a good pet for a child. For a very young child, I probably wouldn't recommend this lighter. It really depends on the child. I would say, you know, a teenage child, a tween, maybe a little children they can be these animals move very quickly and they get startled quickly and they can nip if they're afraid. So I would say not for a very young child. But you know, a teenager, yes. What's at your website? I want to give that out. We're running out of time here. Avion, exotic events. Avian AV is a Victor is a Nancy exotics with an S on the end vet dot com. Indian exotic setback. Wonderful. I head on over there. I wish we had more time. Thank you so much for taking time to join us today. Thank you for having me. Laurie Hess joining us. URLs to everything you've heard on today's show over at animal radio dot com. Hey, Eric and rasche here hosts of the CBS TV series lucky dog. We're also the spokespeople for the 14th annual get your licks on route 66 pet adoption tour brought to you by phyto friendly magazine. The tour travels from Los Angeles to Chicago, stopping at shelters along the way to support adoption events. Join us and show sponsor Chewy at the tour's kick-off event on Saturday, August 27th, where lots of great pets will be available for adoption. To find out where the tour stops near you, log on to phyto friendly dot com, and who knows? You just might find your new forever friend. Hi, this is Jenna Fischer on animal radio. Please stay in neuter your animals. You're listening to animal radio. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Joey the dog father on animal radio. Say Karen, you didn't know I can't my own violin plays, did you? See that? I'm impressed. Yeah, you should be. You should be. Okay. Anyway, I got a hold on. I gotta look at the name here. Susan and I can't say this last name. Block of Vic, it looks like I don't know something like that. Anyway, I'm sorry, Susan. But bottom line is this is she's having a problem. Well, Schneider have a problem. She wants to know what's better. Should she be grinding her pets nails or she should be cutting her pets now. Honestly, it's really doesn't matter. It's what your pet is going to tolerate. Number one, I want to just change a big misconception about grinding, grinding if you go too deep and you hit the quick is also going to hurt your dog. It's going to cause discomfort. It's going to cause pain. It may or may not bleed because you're grinding you're grinding it down, so what happens is you're almost seal the wound, but if you get too deep, of course, it's definitely going to bleed, but it definitely is painful. If you can get you a dog to sit there and grind its nails, God bless you, okay? Because I find that it's much more difficult to do than to get a regular old nail clipper and clip your dog's nails. Now, two things about cutting your dogs nails. Number one if you're a little scream is at all and you don't want to see any blood. If you've never done this before, don't do it. Save it for your groom or your veterinarian because the bottom line is first time out. I can almost guarantee you're going to hit the quick. The other thing is your dog isn't going to bleed to death. Don't worry about that, as long as you got skeptic powder. To coagulate the blood and stop it from bleeding. Now, my suggestion is just take off a little at a time. On a clear nail, if you look down the side, you could see that you could see the quick. You'll see the nice paint quick and you want to go close to that, but not too close without making a pet bleed. On a dark colored nails, it's a little bit more difficult because you don't have anything to judge how, so bottom line is I got to take off little by little by little. And if you actually look at the nail as you're cutting it, you'll see the nail will be when you cut it will be white. And then all of a sudden you'll see a little dark Santa starting to come through. That's the beginning of the quick. That's basically where you should stop. Me personally, I'm a nail cutting guy. I'm not a grinder. I don't have much success grinding nails as I do cutting nails. But a lot of people don't like this fresh cut nails because a lot of times they're real sharp until your dog walks on the pavement. So my suggestion is just get a little emery board and nail file and just file it down two swipes of that and you'll be fine, but Sue whatever floats your boat, whatever's working for you, stick with it. But again, be careful with the grinder because sometimes people will grind them way down and it does cause a little bit discomfort for your pet. And that's my tip, baby. That was that. I couldn't get one of those grinders on my cat on a bet. As a vet, I can't tell you how many times we have the dogs come in. They've broken their nail, and it's just, you know, because people are not trimming their pet snails on a regular basis. You know, we see that all the time in the groom and forget about the dogs walk in and the toes are splayed because and they're in agony, basically. And you cut their nails, and it's almost like they've just woken up. Okay, you know, life has begun again. Okay, can you imagine you wearing stilettos, right? No, I can not. Okay, but that's how the dogs feel when their nails grow like that. So put on a pair of stilettos and just walk around. I think I'd look hot in Paris so let us. You might. I'm gonna walk around my house and a parent still had us. And then that's how the dogs feel. But why do you think people don't
"rasche" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"App. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. Former president Trump is weighing a decision to release surveillance footage of the FBI search of his Florida estate last week. That's according to a new CNN report which cites the proposal has drawn mixed reaction from Trump's allies. A hearing on the motion to unseal warrant materials for the raid is set for Thursday. The head of the CDC is ripping her agency's response to the COVID pandemic and calling for an overhaul. Director Rochelle Walensky admits the CDC's public guidance during the public health emergency was confusing and overwhelming. She met with her senior staff to plan out a reorganization of the agency's structure. Another ten illegal immigrants caught crossing the southern border have popped up on a terror screening database, Lisa Taylor reports. That's according to new numbers for July, which were released this week by Homeland Security that brings the total this fiscal year to 66 overall the number of border patrol encounters dropped for a second straight month, but remain at record highs. In a statement, the head of customs and border protection claims the slight drop is proof, the president's policies are working and ad campaign which started the spring warned would be asylum seekers of the dangers of their journey. Liz Cheney isn't ruling out a run for president in 2024. The Wyoming Republican told NBC's Today Show she's thinking about it and will do whatever it takes to keep ex-president Trump out of The White House. Cheney said many Trump supporters are just being deceived. Donald Trump has betrayed Republican voters. He's lied to them. Those who support him have lied to them. And they're using people's patriotism against them The cause of death of actress Anne Heche is being revealed. Death was ruled accidental from smoke inhalation and thermal injuries, according to the Los Angeles County medical examiner, coroner. She suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of crashing her car into a Los Angeles home earlier this month. I'm Brian shook. The New York public library is hosting an event Friday morning to honor author Salman Rushdie after he was attacked. Natalie migliori reports New York public library president Tony Marx called the stabbing at chautauqua institution shocking. He had several writers are set to share readings from rusty's work on the library steps in support of freedom of expression. Rasche was stabbed multiple times on stage at chautauqua institute last week and his agent says he can speak but is expected to lose an eye. Two lawmakers in the area are pushing a bill first introduced in 2013 that would increase security at the institute. I'm Natalie. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen is preparing the IRS for an influx of money. Congress has authorized an $80 billion boost for the tax agency, Yellen Rhode IRS commissioner Charles rettig this week and said she wants it to deliver a new plan on how the money will be spent in 6 months. A monkey at a California zoo accidentally called 9-1-1, Phil Hewlett has more. The female capuchin monkey named root, ROTE, lives at the conservation ambassador's zoo to you near pastor robles, rue to apparently picked up a cell phone that was left in the zoo's golf cart. She started monkeying around with it and somehow dialed 9-1-1 and then hung up. When dispatchers tried to call and text back, they did not receive a response, so sheriff's deputies were sent out to investigate. When they realized what had happened, one deputy said it was understandable because monkey see, monkey do. I'm Phil Hewlett. More actors are being added to Jeff Nichols new film, the bike riders. Michael Shannon Boyd Holbrooke and Damon harriman are joining the already star studded cast of Austin butler Jodie comer and Tom Hardy. The film is set in the 1960s and follows the rise of a fictional Midwestern motorcycle club. The film will be based off the 1967 Danny Lyon novel of the same name. I'm Brian schuch. And I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories in the markets after the bell in the U.S., Cisco Systems gave a bullish forecast for the quarter as chip supply shortages seemed to ease and Cisco was able to fill more orders. The company is the largest manufacturer of machines that run the Internet and corporate computer networks, Cisco saying that revenue will grow by between two to 4% in the fiscal first quarter as compared to last year. Shares in Cisco were up by more than 4% in the late U.S. session. 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"rasche" Discussed on Animal Radio
"To wait too long, so they wait for the cat to come home. As opposed to going out and looking quickly. Now, what about, what about stuff like catnip? I mean, if you're giving you cat catnip a lot and your cat's feeling all good and all that, even if he escapes what he stayed closer to the house because he's getting his fix. I like your questions. Your auditory catnip yourself. I would say that certainly catnip can for some cats can increase arousal and be more likely to run outside. I love that auditory cat and if that's what we're going to call you. Doctor Italy Weiss, thank you so much for joining us. We can learn more over at the website at WWW dot ASPCA dot org first doing some great work. Hey, Eric and rasche here hosts of the CBS TV series lucky dog. We're also the spokespeople for the 14th annual get your licks on route 66 pet adoption tour brought to you by fido friendly magazine. The tour travels from Los Angeles to Chicago, stopping at shelters along the way to support adoption events. Join us in show sponsor Chewy at the tour's kick-off event on Saturday, August 27th, where lots of great pets will be available for adoption. To find out where the tour stops near you, log on to phyto friendly dot com, and who knows? You just might find your new forever friend. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Hey Kathy, how you doing? I'm real good. How about yourself? Well, I'm hoping your animal's okay. Well, she is and she isn't. What's going on? Well, let's hear about it. Okay, she's one year old and she is speed. Her name is destiny. And she started having problems when she would go in the litter pan to have a bowel movement. She would come shooting out and kind of drag her rear end on the floor a little bit. And we thought at first, maybe she had a hair because sometimes you know that it gets stuck and all that. But it would happen more than just once. So we took her to the vet. And the vet checked her out and said that her anal glands had fluid in them. So now she got the fluid out. And then I think she stuck her on and inflammatory for a little while. But it was like two weeks after that. Destiny would start doing this again. So now she has her on a steroid, which we are weaning her off of it. And she's also on a very bland diet because of finding out about allergies. Now, my kids said they could be something else that's causing her to have this problem. Because it's not always that the anal glands are that swollen or that filled up with fluid, but she couldn't think of it at the time. Now you're going to say, why don't I just go back to the vet? The problem with that is she just had lost her daughter, the very tragic accident. So she's taking some time off, and I don't like to disturb her, of course, with that. Okay, certainly. So now I got to ask you, Kathy. With your kitty, what was the status of the stool when she was having this problem? Was there diarrhea or constipation? Just normal. It was normal, but she was still coming running out of the poop box. Yes. Okay. All right. Because there's a lot of different things. When we're talking about something that's causing that dramatic of a situation coming out of the box, we're really going to look for anything that's causing pain. And that could be constipation, it could be diarrhea, and it can be eno gland problems. In cats, it's pretty uncommon. It can happen. But especially in a youngster like that, I'd look for some of these other potential causes. And as they're working on some of the diet management in the poops are normal, I'm really happy to hear that her stools are good. But we're going to have some challenges as far as. Now, right now, is she using the litter box? Are we having any issues with that? No, we have problems now with that. So urinate in there, but she won't have her bell movement in there. And I think she's afraid it's going to hurt if she goes in there. Absolutely. With that part either. Okay. Well, if the stool situation is improving. So that we're pooping comfortably, we're certain that she's not in discomfort. We have to deal with this litter litter box a version, which is a huge problem in calf. So if you're kitty, knows where the litter box is, uses it and stops using it all of a sudden, especially if they're urinating and defecating outside of the box, we really have to look at the situation in the litter box. Now, for your kitty, we can really pair that with something painful and uncomfortable. And cats when faced with that in the litter box will refuse to go back to that. And yeah, so we have to retrain her to the whole litter box experience. And that means we're going to start fresh. So we're going to find a new location for that litter box. We're going to add more litter boxes, and we're going to change the whole structure in the environment. So depending on what type of litter substrate you've used before, we're going to ask you to experiment with that. So if you've used scoopable, well, maybe go to clay. If you had a lid on that litter box, get that lid off and set it aside. We'll go back to that later, but initially we need to trainer without anything that's going to cause any kind of compromising of her emotional state, if you will. Okay. And then we're going to also want to make sure that we change some kitties like easy entry into litter boxes. So I may even change the shape of the litter box. You don't have to buy those silly ones at the pad store. You can make your own even out of plastic storage container trays. And those are really nice, especially for older kiddies that have trouble with missing the box because it can be a low edge. It's a pain to clean because they scoop in these scratch things out. But for the cat when we're trying to train them to make it as easy as possible, it's one other technique you can try to really make that less scary or less of an imposition for her to use that. So we've got to do all of that and do not, like I said, do not put that litter box in the same location. Just the location alone can be a very big problem for many cats. Yeah, because when she goes, it's always close to where the litter pan is. So it's like, you know, but she won't go in there. Exactly. And it's kind of like, you know, oh gosh, you know, when you go camping, you know, there are those water potties, and you just don't want to use them. Sometimes I don't know anybody who might do this and go off into the Woods and go in the Woods. Instead of using the porta potty, but it does happen. And it's the same thing that our kitties are experiencing. They want to use it. They know it's the right place, but they just can't do it. So I think you've got the right idea. We just have to get those things together to give her a new location. New whole sense of the litter box experience. And then gradually, when she starts using that, then we can try to work back to the location or the preferences you have. But we've got to set that pattern first. So what do you think could be causing the pain when she goes if her anal glands aren't always filled with fluid? Yeah, for me, I do a lot of the same approaches that your doctor has done where we change the diets. I actually gross as it says. I like evidence. And I will actually ask my clients to bring the poop in. 'cause I want to see that full movement. Sometimes there can be changes in this shape or the size of a cat stool, and that may give us some hints to some problems. If there's any kind of looseness with that, sometimes that may mean that maybe we really don't have a constipation issue. Maybe we have more of a parasite. So those type of things we might want to deal with. Okay. And it's kind of challenging. And I know you don't want to trouble your vet and you don't want to hit upon in her time of trials. But you're Katie has needs too. So I think that's a valid thing and most veterinarians have feelings or substitutes. Folks that can kind of work in their absence. And I think that would be very important for your baby. Okay. Good luck with that, Kathy. We thank you for your call. Keep us posted. If you need to
"rasche" Discussed on Animal Radio
"That way. Okay, so then what you're really saying is the fail safe of all times is if it sounds too good it's too good. Yeah, you know, it's kind of a snake oil salesman there and like I said, there are definitely some pets that may benefit from it, but the cost, the expense and I just can't put my heart behind a product that really claims to cure something, such as allergies, which is really an immune system kind of wiring that individuals have. And you can't fix that with a supplement. We can work around it. We can try to modify the immune system and get around an allergy, but you know, there's really nothing that's going to cure an allergy related itch. So yeah, I'd be pretty cautious there. And you know, if your pet's doing well and he's driving on the diet, you know, then I wouldn't have any cause to go looking elsewhere there. Hi, Michael. How are you doing? Is it Mika? Mikayla. Mikayla, it sounds so much better when you say it. How are you doing Michaela? All right. How can we help you? Well, I have 8 year old Italian Greyhound. Who has mood swings? She can be fine. Loving, cuddling. What have you one minute? And then I'll use last night's episode as an example. I was cuddling with her and gave her a kiss and went to give her another kiss and she turned right around and bit my nose. She didn't. Did she actually break the skin? No, she didn't. But she put her teeth right across the bridge of my nose. Hey, that's close enough for me. I don't need to get any closer than that. Well, she's definitely sending us a signal. So were you holding her at this time when this was going on? And is this something that she's done throughout her life? Or is that something just more recently? It's more, I would say, within the last three or four years. Well, I mean, the first thing I always like to do when we talk about an unexpected or an inappropriate bite, I guess there's never really an appropriate bite. Not even a love bite, a little love bite. It's not allowed in my book. At least not from dogs. We'll see. Okay. So as far as with what you're seeing right now, my feeling is that she is got a change in her boundaries. And while you're finding that this contact is fun and it's appropriate, she's taking those actions as a challenge. And this is kind of the situation where I'm assuming she sleeps in the bed and she sleeps with you. Okay. So that's what she was, too. Okay, see, there's some good and bad with that. The good is for most dogs, bed warmer at night. And it gives us a good time to kind of bond with our pads. For certain dogs, this can be a real problem because there's a blurring of the lines of, you know, how does this system work? And who's in charge in this household? And for a dog that's doing what she is, we need to reassert those lines. And I'm not telling you to do anything mean or any rough training techniques. But this is really where I say she needs to get off of the bed. Off of the furniture and back on the floor. That physical distance in itself will make a huge difference. Once we reassert that to her, that this is where you're permitted and you're not permitted in these areas. Give a great beds, give her great sleeping areas, but she's not to be permitted high enough where she can be looking eye to eye with you in the bed. Remember, if you have questions about anything you've heard on today's show, visit us over at animal radio pet or download the animal radio app for iPhone Android and BlackBerry all updated all new. It is cool. It is free and you actually look sexier with the app. Not a lot of people know that is one of the effects. But if you download it to your phone, you look sexier. Like, look, do I look sexier than I did before I download it? Of course, you're saying so there's so many reasons to download it. So do it now. This is animal radio. Hey, Eric and rasche here hosts of the CBS TV series lucky dog. We're also the spokespeople for the 14th annual get your licks on route 66 pet adoption tour brought to you by phyto friendly magazine. The tour travels from Los Angeles to Chicago, stopping at shelters along the way to support adoption events. Join us and show sponsor chuy at the tour's kick-off event on Saturday, August 27th, where lots of great pets will be available for adoption. To find out where the tour stops near you, log on to phyto friendly dot com, and who knows? You just might find your new forever friend. This is an animal radio news update. I'm Laurie Brooks. For children who have type one diabetes and who want a pet today is their lucky day. There's a new study out that shows pet ownership can have a beneficial effect on kids who are type one diabetics. How does this work? Well, the research was recently published in the journal the diabetes educator, researchers say teenagers are one of the most difficult patient populations that they treat, mainly because of all of the psychosocial factors associated with growing up. Well, it turns out that associating diabetes, self care, tasks with routine daily activities like taking care of that pet fish, helps the kids to remember to do their own self care and ultimately improves their glycemic control and everybody's healthier. In many parts of the country, this summer's heavy rains have brought an increase in the number of mosquitos. Of course, you know to protect yourself from mosquitos and bugs, but don't forget about protecting your pets, protecting dogs and cats from mosquitos protects them from heartworm disease, and horses, if they're protected from mosquitos, you're protecting them from west Nile virus. But there is a vaccine for horses. So now it's doubly important to make routine rounds of your yard. Looking for things that hold rainwater, where mosquitos breed. Remember mosquitos can breed in less than a thimbleful of water. North Woods place it's a senior living community in Michigan. It's home to ten kittens now and of course the mother cat, and they're all part of their new pet therapy program, which is made possible with the help from their local animal shelter. It's a great combination working together to make happier days for seniors who don't really get out very much if at all. The center's director says having kittens is especially wonderful for their center. She says, they're a little stress reducers. And says that kittens help with any kind of depression or distracting patients from paying too and holding kittens, isn't this neat? Helps the seniors with hand dexterity. So there's kind of a physical and emotional benefit to the program too. But the program isn't just beneficial to the residents, it also helps to socialize the kittens in ways they wouldn't have had the time or resources to do back at the shelter. I'm Laurie Brooks, get more breaking animal
"rasche" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Invitation or something. And do you ever go out and actually have to physically bring her in? We've done that before, yep. Okay. And how does she react to that? Does she let you pick her up? Or does she try to run away from you? Surely usually that is thicker up. Okay. Partly, she may want an invitation, but the other part of this is that I would say is that she really needs to have a little more direction. And for some dogs, just letting them out to do their business and come back in is great because they kind of get the whole system down. She may like it out there. She may be having a good time for her the motivation to stay outside sounds great. So why do we want to go inside? Just like those little kids playing in the alleyway, you know, they're playing kick the can. They don't want to come in. So we need to just kind of be that kind of hand that reaches out. And this may mean that you need to take her out on a leash and actually take her out to do her biz. And bring her back in and set that pattern and using your voice commands in the house come whatever voice commands that you have taught her so far when you're doing leash training. And help to reassert that. When you go outside and we're done, if you don't read your business, we're going back inside. And that's different than if you've left her outside and she's outside playing for the afternoon and then all of a sudden you want her in because for some dogs unless you have that direct hand on them and a leash is equivalent to the hand. So if you have that leash on her, you can bring her in. It's kind of like the long arm of the law. But otherwise, if she's not reacting aggressively negatively, other than just kind of having her stare at your perplexingly, I don't see any harm in that behavior than it could set up for a dog that chooses to do her own will, if you will. Yeah, she is like that, but she's a very smart dog. That's why I don't understand why we can't train her to come in the house when we want her to. She's got your number. We need to have a better control on the situation where we can direct her behaviors and tell her come inside and then make that actually happen in a physical way. Not yanking her by the scruff or kicking or doing anything crazy like that, but we want to just be able to control that situation. Does she sleep in bed with you, Jim? Is she what? Does she sleep in bed with you? Yeah, they do. Yeah. She thinks she's the boss. Does that take away some of our power by absolutely? Yeah, well, you're kind of uneven playing ground, then if she's sleeping in the bed with you, and I know what 85% of our listeners probably have their pets in the bed with them. But for some dogs, it can be a problem where they just kind of forget who's in charge because they're sleeping in the nice duvet and they got their little warm bed there and they've got control of their whole world. The simple thing is take back the leash and start to control that situation. When you take her in an outdoors and you'll find that that will help you remind her that this is the program and this is what we're supposed to do. Good luck with that, Jim. I appreciate your time today. All right, thank you. Well, this portion of animal radio is underwritten by fear free, happy homes. Don't forget you can get your fix of animal radio anytime you want with the animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Download it. Now, it's made possible by fear free, happy homes. Helping your pets live their happiest, healthiest, fullest lives at home at the vet and everywhere in between, visit the mid fear free, happy homes dot com. And thanks for free for underwriting animal radio. You are listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Hey everybody, this is Brett Michaels, and I just want to say you right now want to take weight. Give me the line again. My brain sticks. Brett Michaels and one of my brain hemorrhage brain forces. Oh, don't do that. Don't do that. I don't want to be responsible for that. Trust me, it's me. Go ahead. Animal radio, Brett Michael's animal radio. You got it. I knew the animal rabies like, okay, here we go. Hey, this is Brett Michaels. You're listening to animal radio and take care of your pets. They will rock your world. Hey, Eric and rasche here hosts of the CBS TV series lucky dog. We're also the spokespeople for the 14th annual get your licks on route 66 pet adoption tour brought to you by fido friendly magazine. The tour travels from Los Angeles to Chicago, stopping at shelters along the way to support adoption events. Join us and show sponsor Chewy at the tourist kick-off event on Saturday, August 27th, where lots of great pets will be available for adoption. To find out where the tour stops near you, log on to phyto friendly dot com, and who knows? You just might find your new forever friend. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Let's see. We're going to go to line four in just a couple of 9 three and in just a couple of seconds here, but let's check in see what's going to be happening in the newsroom in about ten minutes from now. Hi, Lori. Hey, hell. We're going to talk about the most common dog allergies. And I guarantee they are not even close to what you're thinking. And we're talking about their dog allergies. Right. The allergies that dogs have. Okay. Hi, Julie. How are you? Hi, I'm fine. Where are you today? I'm in Woodland hills, California. Lovely, are you listening on coaster XM? On coast. Okay. How can we help you today? Well, I have a silky terrier. And sweet little guy. But he and he's 7 years old. And he has developed a, like I scratches, and he's choose and he's pulled out some of his hair. Some of his hair is like broken off. And he's such a pretty little guy because he's got I keep his hair long. And I know the true silky look then, huh? Yeah. And I've gone over him, you know, with a flea comb. So I'm always on top of any flea problem, which he really doesn't seem to have. And I don't know what this scratching and chewiness. I mean, he's been are there certain areas on his body where he's chewing no, not really. I mean, during the summertime, I mean, he did have some flea bites, but I mean, but I just, you know, I really keep on top of looking for fleas on him. And I give him a bath like once a week. Okay, and as far as are you currently using a flea product? No,
"rasche" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is to get leaders in financial services together to address questions that are crucial to the future of London and there are some big ones joining me now are Bloomberg finance reporter will Shaw from our team that covers green and ESG Bloomberg's action rasche Welcome to both of you Thank you so much for joining me Will you know this event and how important it is in the City of London Who do we think is going to be their set the scene for us for this year's agenda So it's a very important event globally The people who are going to be there as some of the most senior regulators in the world so that includes Gary gensler from the SEC and the United States As well as Nikhil rati who is head of the financial conduct authority in the UK and Sam Woods whose counterpart who heads up the Prudential regulation authority Okay so you've got some very big names in the world of regulation then he'll be gathering in London but the FCA in the last few days has just come out with this brand new initiative on diversity and inclusion How much do you think is going to be focused on this It's for UK listed businesses What have they come up with Well this is a very important topic Obviously so the FCA has set UK listed companies essentially three diversity targets One of the main ones is a goal of at least 40% of women on company boards They're going to allow companies to decide for themselves how to define women and whether that includes trans women or not A question that is tripping up many politicians right now So yeah very interesting Yeah there are also going to insist that companies have at least one woman as a chief executive officer chief financial officer or a senior independent director They're also obviously keen to promote ethnic diversity within companies and they want to see at least one member of the boards coming from an ethnic minority group I suppose the other big issue though for the city is also around ESG we mentioned and around climate change this is where you come in of course What is the finance industry doing in order to cut emissions There are huge pressures Are there not on the City of London Indeed I mean when we think about cutting emissions we typically think about companies going and doing things to cut emissions But of course it's the finance industry that is enabling the companies to do the work they are and because the finance industry as is every other industry under pressure to ensure that we hit climate goals they have now banded together in this large group called a Glasgow financial alliance for net zero and they've all committed to reach net zero by 2050 That's been for the last 6 months the headline but we are yet to see the details on how exactly they are going to do it Okay so how credible van do you think the claims around reaching net zero by 2050 really are We've seen protests in London We've also seen criticism from leading climatologists about how much money is going into being directed via financial institutions into fossil fuel still So how credible are these pledges And of course at a time when beyond the climate pressures that these companies are facing we are also in at least here in Europe in a war that wants to try and wean itself off Russian fossil fuels which means trying to get fossil fuels from somewhere else and that will require more investment So it is a tricky position to be in for the financial industry right now but the good thing if there is one good thing about climate change is that these targets have decades of time before the meet them And so the credibility for meeting those targets will come from setting clear goals in the short term in the next 5 years and ten years going into 2050 and that's what we haven't seen yet So trying to tackle the short term issues such as financing fossil fuels outside Russia we understand those will increase emissions But you also have to set medium term goals for 25 and 30 Yeah interesting isn't it Because that's the very same pressure that is on government and companies Back to you then so we've talked a little bit about diversity and inclusion in the pressures on financial services to do much more when it comes to that But we've had quite a bit out of the FCA the UK regulator on consumer protection there's been a big ramp up in sort of scams and particularly around crypto scams as well as crypto advertising a lot millions of people in the UK on the retail front are actually investing in cryptocurrencies This is another hot button issue isn't it Is that going to come up I would imagine so yes So the FCA working to improve labeling on financial products so that retail traders know what they're getting into And officials say that the financial conduct authority and the Bank of England are keen to become world leaders when it comes to building a sustainable regulatory framework for the $1.7 trillion crypto industry At the same time we use here grumbles from the FinTech industry that regulators may be too restrictive when it comes to allowing them to market products to retail traders It's unclear whether some firms like the big digital bank revenues will get permanent approval from the financial.
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"And all the bad things will be follow you. I know that the nation right now you're in good shape, but I know that after I die, things are going to go a bit awry and askew. And rasche asks a question. Wait a minute. Moshe saying that after he dies? The nation is going to become corrupted. But the truth is that for the entire tenure of Joshua, Moshe's successor, the nation did not deviate from the path. Via Abdul Hamas has sham the nation worship God call him Yahoo all the days of Joshua. So why is Moshe saying that after I die after motion dies? The nation's going to become corrupt. The truth is, it wasn't after Moshe died, it was after mushes, successor, Joshua died. So rashi tells us, from here we learn that the talmud the student of a person is as beloved to them as themselves. And therefore, calls man she is sure right. So long as Joshua's alive, pioneer emotion, til, Hu Hai. It appeared to motion, like he was still alive. Most indeed is going to die now. But there's life after death. Moshe is still alive and his student. Moshe is alive vicariously via Joshua. So here's the question. If moscha felt like he was still alive so long as Joshua was alive. Why was he so eager to enter the end? After all, he did it vicariously via Joshua. If Moshe still alive within Joshua, why is he on satisfied, why is he still so determined and really obsessive about end of the lens? Is that a good question? Is there a contradiction between the final rashi comment of elasticsearch with the final comment? In this week's partial, if mo is still alive and Joshua, why is he so obsessed still to enter the land himself as an answer? Sammy and email rabbi wall be at Gmail dot com. Now last week we asked the kind of question that I feel like you have to sit with for a while at the room in a pond for a while. We discovered that there were three things that were two person job for Moshe and Joshua. The war with a Malay, joint effort. Motion Joshua. Designating cities of refuge, Moshe does three. Joshua does three. The song of Haas Zeno done in concert in tandem a duet between Moshe and Joshua. And the question was, what do they have in common? Now, I want to reiterate, I think this is a really interesting question. And one that I plan on keeping on the back burner because I have this sense that maybe it can develop into something bigger, but want to share with you an idea submitted by my brilliant friend Noah. Now, as an aside, Noah hosts an amazing partnership podcast called le haim, he shares lessons from the partial , and he also confided within me that sometimes next year, he plans on doing lessons from the Haftar as well..
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"Set up everything. But we have to get on board. We have to hear the calm, soft, pleasant alarm of gods during us awake. We have to be willing to embark on a terrifying journey away from perceived safety and security. The journey indeed is long and laden with perils, but that's not our problem. Once we are securely fastened on those pinions the rest of the journey well, that's not enough. That is on. God. Okay, let's get to this week's a and Q and this is a little bit of a complicated question with a few moving parts. But if you're still listening, you can handle it. I want to contrast the final rashi comment. In this switch partial, I want to contrast it with the final rasche comment. And last week's partial and see if there is a contradiction. The end of our partial, the almighty tells Moshe to ascend on mount nebo, mount the mohave and gaze upon the land. See it from a distance, the shambo. And the air, you will not come. You will not enter the land that I am giving to the Jewish people. Says rashi, the final rash of our partial. Vishal milosevic and there you will not come, via dati and I know says God. It's beloved to you. And therefore I'm telling you, ascend, witness, you can cross, but I'll let you see it. And this late stage, Moshe's, they have death. And he still covets entering the land, but they might he says, no, you can enter. I'll let you see it, but you can not. Enter even though it is beloved and cherished by you. At the final rash in our partial. The final rachin lassi partial part of ayla is actually the penultimate verse 31 29, but there is no rashy comment on the final versa Velasquez partial. So in this verse, Moshe is telling the nation, really, the elders, I know, that after I die, you will become corrupt, you will deviate from the path that I command you,.
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"Almighty does it gradually. He tries to get our attention with smaller messages before upping the ante. And he brings an example all the way back from the book of leviticus when someone is a sinner and they need to get leprosy, so rasche there tells us first the united hits their house. It's very impersonal. It doesn't affect them, per se, and then if they refuse to heed the message, the almighty hits their clothing. It's getting closer to home. Until finally, if they don't listen at all, they might opt the volume up the ante and the leprosy that saras hits their own body. The almighty when he rouses us, when he tries to get our attention, he does it softly and gently and only if we don't heed that message does he make it a little bit louder and more aggressive. Moreover, says the orange, another example of the almighty's treatment of us being akin to that of an eagle treating its eaglets. When the almighty tests a person, the orheim quotes from a midrash, he does not test us in ways that we can not handle. The tests are always manageable. And finally, like an eagle spreading its wings availing itself to its yawn, the almighty's right hand, so to speak, is always extended to accept those who want to repent. So this is the way that God treats us. And this is, of course, not just us, as a nation, but every individual in their own journey is treated like an eaglet is treated by the eagle. The eagle wants the eaglet to go on a journey. It's a potentially dangerous and scary journey. But the eaglet, the young is asleep. Blissfully unaware of the imperative to undertake this journey..
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