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Fresh update on "reuss" discussed on Mosaic of China

Mosaic of China

02:03 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reuss" discussed on Mosaic of China

"Are we recording. Yeah i'm recording. Is the magic happening. Yeah is magic moment. he great to fear. hi oscar. nice to meet you again. What a year it has been. Yes is really. I think it's very special year. Yes we've had covert of course but then for you. Your life has taken a big one eighty since we did our recording. Yes when we recorded you were already a podcast. But i think you had a day job. Still broadcasting yes and then since then you've quit that and we are actually our interview in your studio and it is a beauty so called just pod your company right yes just bodies a podcasting company and my partner is his turner so we co created this company. I quit my television jobs and podcast and become a full time job. so congratulations. yeah thank you. so since. then he's one and a half year tell me about the new lifestyle then it's a more entrepreneurial lifestyle. There's no salary you are. You are running on your own. Width disappoint right. Yes i have to say you know doing your own. Business is a very difficult problem. Because i have different ruse I am a producer. I have my own shows are under my company and i also the co creator of this company. I'm coo the chief operating officer. So i have to a lot of things to handle this company anita balance and of course. I have my boyfriend this year. So i have three different reuss a creator a businessman and a boyfriend. I still feel confusing at this moment about this things because i like to produce the show. I like to talk to people. At this moment. I think usually Daytime i'm a businessman. But at at night when i stay low. I'm podcast her. So i have no phones. I have no meeting. So i think okay. It's time for me myself to attitude this shows but at this point another one my wife say oh you spent too much time at work That's when you start to bump into your other responsibility yes okay. Well you look calm. Even you're juggling all these things you look smile at. You look happy. Says something's going right. Yes i think it is i. I'm very heavy at this moment. I still feel challenge out. Company has eleven original podcast. Now it's eleven. It's still booming this year. Well this is what i wanted to ask because we had a similar conversation during our interview yes and so i wanted to know like what has happened in the last year. Has there been like one show. That was the breakout show. Has there been a boom in one particular. Tell me what happened in the last year. Yes of course. I think the year two thousand twenty as a means a lot for the chinese podcasting during the pandemic we have a brand new application for podcasting. Show you joe. Yes a show you joe in china's which means a little cosmo. Yeah the first localized podcast application in china. So it bring a lot of attention. Bring a lot of audience into this area interesting because you were the one who told me about that in the run-up to pot fast because you are one of the organizers behind podcast. That's where i met you. First of all the two to two and a half years ago you had show you as your sponsor yes so. They're very passionate on this area and want to more and more customers nolde them so pufus is a maybe a good stage and just seeing the photos from portsmouth because i i was thinking when we first went podcast it was very much international event because most of the knowledge about podcasting was from outside of china. And there's more like cologne is a s- more conference room. Yes it was small. It was like half english hoffman. And then busy. It was a full-blown massive just chinese. It shows that the domestic market has really gone placed. Yes but of course. The pandemic is is a reason because very difficult. Invite the The for gas the to china's so yeah but you're right the podcast in china's booming this year's more and more people become podcast or more people become listeners so we already have enough topics to talk..

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Kansas Coach Les Miles Out Over Behavior With Women While at LSU

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:53 min | 2 months ago

Kansas Coach Les Miles Out Over Behavior With Women While at LSU

"And hello and welcome back. We continue to talk about the situation in kansas Formerly lsu were less. Mild is under employed in case. You missed it earlier. The headlines of course have been screaming since last night that les miles in kansas have mutually parted ways. That's a rather benevolent way of putting less were shown the door. He had a disastrous. Run there but it was what happened. In two thousand thirteen at lsu that ultimately got him fired. Reuss feldman has covered less miles for a very long time in bruce. Thanks so much for the time shafran we want to talk to you about including your pizza just hit about the the nfl mock draft. But let's start with less miles not a surprise. But what do you think Finally pushed kansas over the edge and And did away with less after what has been coming out for days if not weeks from baton rouge untenable this the idea. Kansas jeff long's the ad there obviously sec. Fans will remember from his time at arkansas. It's just been an abysmal run. And the fact that has searched process get less miles there in the first place was kind of a jolt in kind of a head scratcher but now after what had come out from Over the weekend. And friday from the lsu part of this. I don't know how in twenty twenty one kansas could say. Oh yeah we're okay with that just even if you look at the wording on how jeff long explained the move last night it was just like we got to win more games. It was like wait a minute. There were some really Disgraceful actions that are alleged against less miles from his time at lsu. And i don't know how they could look the other way with a straight face and say okay this a guy who the lsu administration had clearly put some you know unique situations around him and stipulations in dealing with people and some of those allegations are so troubling and so disturbing. I really think they had no choice but to move on. And the wording parted ways whatever they just had to make a change and get him out of there. And i'm suspect at some point in the nazi just future an after avenue. Ad as well. Yeah that was. Obviously a lot of people are going now and you know jeff. Long didn't exactly distinguish himself at arkansas. Were shown the door there and surprisingly or maybe not. Surprisingly the program has been on fire under hunter year. Check but i mean how can you. How can you possibly keep jeff long on the job after mean and football's only part of the problem. The basketball program has been under fire for years. Exactly i mean there's issues with the ncaa and the basketball program ac- basketball is a bigger deal there than football. But i think in this. It's so many issues. That are layered together. And i think it's the tone-deaf aspect Jeff lungs long relationship with last miles The allegations in the things in those investigations about less. They are really disturbing. Act act especially as they relate to student workers there. I think it's really troubling and the fact that k. You in jeff. Along the way it was explained. Even if you look back i think over the weekend. Less miles attorney gave us gave a statement that i think makes may kansas look quite honestly even worse that they kind of knew about it and that they were okay with it was almost like well because other people were alarmed by now that it was that it was something that was like shouldn't have happened just because of the perception on it i just think it all of it is made that tenure. Look so sketchy. And i just don't know how your kansas how you don't kind of rip the band aid off at this point and say hey we gotta make a different a different move here. I just think right now you look at it yes the. Ncaa extended the dead period much longer. So they don't really have to rush in through this coaching search process. But who's going to be making the new head football coach higher in this. I mean this is a lot of stuff for the kansas administration to sort out as they move on not just from last miles but i think as they move in a different direction for. Who's in charge of the parliament.

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"reuss" Discussed on Racing Virginia Podcast

Racing Virginia Podcast

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"reuss" Discussed on Racing Virginia Podcast

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"reuss" Discussed on Racing Virginia Podcast

Racing Virginia Podcast

07:55 min | 4 months ago

"reuss" Discussed on Racing Virginia Podcast

"I'm i am brandon brown. Still not the nascar driver. Yeah say and an watching that a win win. Did you watch me last night. The you want to know you didn't want to know folks episode ninety seven. Yeah seven we have a great show for you have an announcer and longtime announcer buck. Reuss gonna come on here and talk south side for one i. That's what i wanna talk about. Because that's where he really cut his teeth and arca competitor justin carroll berg virginia. Sounds good to me man so we got a good got a good show. Happy new year. Everybody would come back strong. Maybe to on t- twenty one. Yeah twenty. twenty s overmanned. Twenty twenty hindsight baby. Yeah we can kick in the behind and get it the hell out of here because i'm done with it personally. Let's just hope that twenty twenty one like twenty twenty. Yeah i have faith that everything. It's just going to get better okay. Does he had that goes in. You know your year. So the optum optimistic and i'm the sometimes pessimist so That's what makes reward. Go round man you need. You need balance balance balance but What else there's really. No news coming out of nascar. No no not not a whole lot. Everything's kind of set in stone right now ramping up by these forty one days till the daytona five hundred today as we talk to you And i think by the time this it might be forty days until the daytona five hundred man. Arno i'm gonna. I'm gonna have my party. I mean they'll probably choose to listen to the show on their way to work in the morning then for the listeners out there. We're kinda changing up in twenty twenty one hour going to be doing our show on tuesdays to mondays. Yup that means. We'll release the show late tuesday nights you'll be able to wake up in the morning. Listen to the show on the way to work or are or gives you a cup of coffee ingredient. Whatever you know well. Let's go to the phone lines. Let's get this show star search kicked off we have us with with us. Announcer extraordinaire graphics. Designer extraordinaire for hawkeye graphics. Bad ass guitar player. Number of w t s and gigs with wwe legend. Mickie james on a regular basis and makes a lotta noise in the background. Yeah as you as you trend to introduce him nicely improperly sounds like what it sounds like you want something into getting yes my lunch out saying they were small catchments multitasking. That's cool. I welcome to the show for the first time and you are. You're definitely part of the racing. Virginia family You have been in this market this area of richmond and surrounding for quite some time. You've done a lot of things if i forgot to mention. By the way he helped with denny hamlin's Short track showdown for many years and buck for those folks. That don't know you very well. Kinda give them an idea. Hey got started in this. Business really is my grandmother. Who chairs score for david pearson. He drove what brothers twenty on winning one rookie year three in cup and so she started just taking me to racetrax with her. I was the first grandchild or and so like age. She did martin's it all and there's a picture on the richard. Petty should no money on his pickup truck. Miss granted. I got me a big old hug and kiss every time a sar. Everybody knew her because of south side. Gate set aside everybody here. So that's part of the fun part. You know a lotta people and they asked me a little bit about my sister in the remember related your pit passes and you know scored at the race track called granny that had the on hairdo glasses now. No my grandmother. Oh i'm the reason. She got the name. Granting the right out near a couple of months then even hold on the hospital and the mother took me to langley and I think his name as jerry thurman that ran down there around the red white and nineteen cart langley and when she came in with me he goes oh look at granny and that was the beginning of nineteen sixty eight man. He's got a long history on. He's been around while well between that and roanoke around ray because my My mom's sister marilyn may or married ray andrew junior when i was five years old so i grew up around rate interest You know like i said just embedded in it but all the way from cop down to our local level. How does how does one you. There are a lot of people who race fans that grow up around support. But how'd you get into actually work in it as you know becoming an announcer in calling races. Like how did that manifest itself well The announcing actually did come first and my grandmother. I mind scored she scoring at age. Eight o'clock scoring with the cards and everything And really. I was like jimmy. Henley's goto kid. I guess wasn't guy at that point when he'd come to southside speedway he never had a score so my grandmother showed me how to do it in our salon. Score jimmy ensley. Every time he came this evening seven. That's you gotta understand. He's talking big names. Yeah yeah ended up. Jimmy hensley ended up cup series. Rookie year can continue the announcing game. When a when i was fourteen really just always looked up to joe kelley and anderson. You know joe. More and different announcers at the race tracks. That i'll do to and i want to Virginia motor speedway one night on heiresses. And you'll mass us was. The announcer mysterious walked up to me and said hey jewel sick. I'm here for second. Walk into the announcer area of the old tower and asked me. And i knew guys and i won't say they're crazy asked me but he asked me if i knew them and then he and i should churn hugh and the index card boxes like. We'll do you know any of them. They're in here. We've got their names. Numbers sponsors everything. You're the announced tonight and walked off and thrown headfirst water exactly so i mean you know know having to say names like stan racial gorski and you know the easy ones like bobby and a couple of those guys and jean jamerson learn those From that point on the next august year and a half almost out there so everything from from ono firetruck system. The electricity went out one night so we were announcing off the horn or vote. You did.

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A new independent contractor rule

Clark Howard Show

06:39 min | 8 months ago

A new independent contractor rule

"We have had a fight going on in the United States between workers and employers for at least a generation. Because it's been about a full generation now. That employers. Started using independent contractors is more and more a part of their regular staffing. And it is something that sometimes works out very well for the worker other times. It's an involuntary thing. You know there are big companies that will lay people off. And then hire them right back through a third party contracting agency and the person comes back with a contractor badge instead of their employees badge and they lose the benefits, lose their whatever job security they had the rest and there are situations like that. But that's not the main action, the main action. has been this never never land. Of when it's right when it's wrong for somebody to be classified as a non employ ten, ninety, nine person independent contractor versus being an employee. And the reality is the courts. Have never been able to come up. With a clear understanding. or a consistent system. To determine when somebody is an employee and when they're an independent contractor. The laws passed in various jurisdictions have been very contentious. There's been an ongoing fight in the state of California. That passed a law that made people like drivers, Ruber and lift. Employees instead of contractors and that's being relegated, and there's going to be a proposition on the ballot. To overturn that and who knows how that's going to play out, and now the US Department of Labor. has weighed in with a new rule. That will actually put the burden of proof. On the non employee. So let's say you're working somewhere. As. A non employee has an independent contractors ten, ninety, nine worker. You will really be in a position where the employers position of making you an independent contractor will be considered to be. The proper win under this proposed rule. In, the last year successfully able to challenge it. So. Essentially you as an independent contractor. Are Not going to effectively be able to challenge the company that's hired you so it means That this is something where the company will. pretty clearly. If, this proposed rule is not overturned later in the courts. And in accompany, Sam not saying employer accompany will be able to have work done by somebody as an icy without worrying as much about later getting their wrist slapped for having somebody as a non employee. As far as. The definitions. As I've said for years based on something written years ago by a university based economist. There's a need in the United States in order for employers to have flexibility in their workforce, but at the same time for people not. To end up in a situation where there are essentially an employee but being treated as a non employee for the. Non Employers convenience that we should have. Instead of this either or. Of Independent, contractor. Or employee with benefits. We should have a third classification that deals with a modern workforce. There would be dependent contractor. So in my mind. Somebody who works for Uber or? Lift. Is a classic example of someone who would be an independent contractor and I don't understand really wet California has tried to do. Because Thank how many times if you ride regularly or did with Uber and left, a driver would be with both had both APPs in whichever one was giving the best pricing or the best bonus at the moment that's who they were driving for. So they really ultimately fit how I would perceive somebody to be an independent contractor on the other hand somebody WHO's working for one particular company? They're typically going to nine corona virus into an office space to work for that company they have pretty much a set shift. For a company to call them an independent contractors. reuss. Is Not really a valid designation. But there are times employer may not want to add to their permanent workforce and that's where this idea of having a third category dependent contractor. Where the employer. Would have the right to treat someone in a way that they can come and go as they wish schedule them up and down and all that. But that the employer would have some responsibility so that individual that they don't now such paying the employer portion of Social Security and Medicare. And potentially even having some level of sick leave. For those independent contractors and that is A. Very different way of looking at this because obviously, this has been too hard from an economic standpoint and from the political process and the legal process. With just having these two systems of independent contractor or employee. The marketplace, the workforce needs some flexibility a needs another way to get there. That would not give the employer. Or the company, an unfair advantage

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20 Minutes About A Smart Rowing Machine

20 Minute Fitness

05:48 min | 10 months ago

20 Minutes About A Smart Rowing Machine

"The day we have an interesting guests. Bruce Smith from hydro reuss. Why don't you just introduce yourself little eight? Great to be with you on the show and name is Bruce Smith I'm a Canadian living in America, and and the CEO and founder of a company called Hydro. What's grow? Yeah, hydro is a indoor rowing machine, and it uses some pretty revolutionary resistance mechanism technology to make it quiet, but the coolest thing. Thing about the machine. The part that we love the most about it is that we broadcast not fitness classes, but we actually take the experience of being out on the water rowing, and we have instructors out there. Who talked to you directly live on a beautiful twenty two inch, high definition screen with great speakers, so you actually experienced being out on the water and being part of a rowing crew you know from. From your living room or your bedroom or wherever you machine, so it's like having a penitent Kloss, except it's on a rowing machine that is extremely quiets why it whereas like putting us more broad, you know like almost feeding like you're dancing. Really off focusing on you know creating an immersive experience of being out there rowing exactly so we have trademark this idea of votaw reality and I love Peleton we have A. A time in the office they're they're totally great. It's really fun and it is. You said it's exactly right. It's like being at the club with your friends. You know you're not drinking or smoking, but you're you know you're listening to music or super photogenic people. You know it's fun experience and we love that that's great for us the coolest thing that we could think of doing to take this concept of live. Elo are and create an immersive experience so rather than going to the club every day for your workout, which is great, we can have great music and really really charismatic instructors, but you're actually out on the river, or on the bay, Miami beach or rowing by London, bridge, so, who do you think is it for? Is it like somebody that Audio Patent Than They WanNa? WanNa to mix up the workout as really somebody that is looking for different experience because they don't like going to a club, but they wanna have liberal quietness of actually being outdoors and row. It's for people who are looking for the very best experienced the best workout experience and the best way to connect with their friends, so Peleton has a leaderboard which is great. Great, but you're really competing. You're competing by yourself and you know not that many people have actually wrote out of the water in a boat with other people, but the experience of it is unbelievable. You're right on the water, but most importantly you're moving in complete rhythm with seven other people, Ya, howdy, howdy create that because if I'm Roy like, let's say like on. On, a big rowing team or like even dragon boating like a need to be in sync with everyone right because as soon somebody's out of things not working. That's exactly right. In human beings hardware. They love to do things in synchronicity with other people. It makes you feel better. It's like it's a genuine way of connecting and when you're biking, you know you're. You're like ninety five or one hundred beats per minute, and and really not moving in the same rhythm as as the instructor like you're having a shared experience, but it's not exactly the same rhythm when you're on the rowing machine, you're encouraged. It's actually really easy. You move every part of your body in exactly the same rhythm as the instructor, and so there's some brain. Brain science behind this you know the brain is an aerobic organ like a muscle, you not energy systems like like the rest of your body, and so every time you make a decision in your brain. You're using some energy, and so when you're exercising, you have to keep deciding to exercise and they're really really cool thing about rowing especially when you're rowing crew like. Like, not just on a machine by yourself in a room, but when you're rowing as part of a team, you turn off that decision making process in your brain, because the person that you're following the person in front of you is is making those decisions. You don't have to make them, so you achieve the state of flow much much faster and we know from. From our experience and I know from my experience as a national team coach that has it actually has a profound impact on people. It is the best exercise you can do. It's also US eighty six percent of your body's muscles when you're biking like forty forty five percent of your muscles with you have to use your arms and legs. It's like a full body. And your core and it improves your bone density also, so it really is like. If there was one pill that you could take, that would like. Make you friends and make you healthier. You take that pill. Of course. We feel like we've got that pill. We all would like that, but say so just saw. Listeners can really imagine how the product experience looks like so I'm imagining now you're sitting on a rowing machine and you have like a huge monitor of some sort right, and and you see an instructor like. How do you create that experience off? Somebody actually sitting in front of me. Somebody's sitting behind me and I'm not competing against. Against them, but we actually working together like how you create that certainly question, so this isn't like we didn't just go. Go to the river with some of our friends and get some go prost. We don't talk about our our workouts as we talk about them as episodes and we hired this really really amazing film team, and so we take all the experience that Hollywood and television. Television have created in the United States and we apply that skill in that art to capturing the whole experience of being out on the water, so we have four cameras. We have a team that is mixing and editing that you know. The most important part of this are two things number one is the rhythm, and so you never lose that rhythm and the instructor. Who's WHO's out. Out there with you is encouraging you to be in rhythm with everybody, and it's very very easy to follow like you do it instantly, even people who've never done it before within like two or three strokes there in the right rhythm, and then the other part is that emotional connection and two things contribute a lot to that one is music, so we have an amazing library of. Of Music and the other is making sure that when you're filming, you captured not just the rhythm, and the experience of being outside, and and the you know the environment of being out on the water, but also the eyes of the instructor is are the window to the soul, and it's it sounds trite, but it's. It's unbelievably true like you have to see. People's facing to be able. Able to read what's in there is and it, it's that experience being able to move your whole body in the same rhythm, AC- instructor and also connect with them. Because you feel what they're feeling, you know they're out on the water and they're excited about what they're doing. They're you know they're training for the US national team and they're sharing their passion for sport that they love. Love more than anything else, and it's really it is genuinely inspiring, and we thought just a crazy response from consumers, which is really encouraging, and

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Chicago House Was Designed to Send a Message

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Chicago House Was Designed to Send a Message

"Chicago's Ravens would neighborhood. You may notice a House. With v-shape roofs and a horseshoe layout it's described as jetsons architecture. So it's really kind of Zippy and very expressive of its environmental function. That's Doug Far. Afar associates the architecture firm that designed the home a little over a decade ago. He says the client Michael. Ul wanted to build an energy efficient luxury home. He's done very well in life and has ample resources and wanted to send a message to other people at his strata. People of means to say. Don't build a mega mansion. Dial it down bill the right sized house but make it a net zero model in other words design it to produce as much energy as it consumes. The House is built to maximize sun exposure. In summer he distorts the soil below the home and used to warm the house in winter and the V-SHAPE reuss collect rainwater and hide solar panels. When I built the homeless touted as the greenest in America far says it shows that by investing in Green building. Wealthy people can help pave the way for others. When you do you'll make it easier for everyone else. That comes later because it will be much easier and that much lower in cost

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With Their Land in Flames, Aboriginals Warn Fires Show Deep Problems in Australia

Environment: NPR

03:32 min | 1 year ago

With Their Land in Flames, Aboriginals Warn Fires Show Deep Problems in Australia

"As Australia has been ravaged by one of its worst bushfire seasons in history. There is a lot of debate about controlled. Burns and the role. That fire can play in managing managing fire aboriginal. Australians used fire to manage brush lands and forests long before Britain started sending convicts to the continent in the seventeen hundreds. NPR's Jason Bobi and caught up with an aboriginal teacher who just lost his home and camp to the raging infernos knoll Butler and his wife. Trish used to run the neuro. Ganja the aboriginal culture and education camp deep in a forest in New South Wales but last weekend inferno swept through their canyon up in front of us of course day. That's what's left warehouse. That was a two story. I frame house which I built. The inferno. Torched the camp their house and the surrounding woods for miles. And what you can see now is nothing not a single thing left. It's Oh absolutely completely destroyed. The ground is covered in powdery ash. Every tree trunk is charred. Char- black some of them still smolder. There's not a single green leaf left anywhere so Butler is putting out. Hey for the KANGAROOS and chickenfeed for the wallabies wallabies. Look long-legged goats. Lead Anything Butler has also been burying Kangaroos and wallabies. That were killed in the blaze. But he's seen one large grey kangaroos. reuss still alive and the tracks of some wallabies a few birds have returned. Butler and his wife used this place to hold camps and workshops and aboriginal culture than a program for troubled indigenous youth. School groups would come to learn about native art. History and food fire was a key issue. They teach about far in. This place is zero friend. Fire has been used by tying to look after this whole continent forever. Native peoples used what they called cool burns as low intensity fires intended to balance the various plants and trees growing in an area how we maintain that balance is far by not letting any wanting dominate the eucalyptus shouldn't be allowed to overrun all the other trees. If one starts to take over a grassland it should get burned back. Aboriginal people have generations of knowledge about managing the landscape on this continent. Butler says nordby public officials who rely on massive back Burns this week. The New South Wales Rural Fire Service Commissioner defended the large scale controlled burns. Firefighters have been using. There's been a torrent of criticism over the blazes uses the clearly frustrated. Commissioner declared the burns or necessary to try to cut back the amount of fuel available for the next blaze but Butler says. There's clearly a problem problem. Fires have been burning since October. All across Australia and officials say they continue to burn for months. The place is heading for destruction. Nobody can deny Benoy. Never can say this is just. This is normal. It isn't Australia. Had Hottest and driest year on record in two thousand Nineteen Butler puts the blame squarely on humans by in his words not respecting mother. Earth mismanaging the land and continuing to burn fossil fuels. Oh I think this is a wakeup call. Not The only frustration but for the rest of the world you cannot just destroy the land you cannot destroy what keeps you alive. Butler's father told him a long time ago. He says that the white man may have to destroy himself in order to save himself and Butler worried that now. That may be coming true. Jason bobbie-ann NPR N._p._R.. News New South Wales Australia.

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"reuss" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"reuss" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"He is a gigantic Reuss deception and you say it might what do you what even talking about well I bought a whole chapter to him he has no real power people think he's like the successor to the Macedonian and has even more power he has none he's he's a representative of the people really running China is like a front man ma'am in fact all of these listing all the people who are the Americans go to your uncle who China and do business with they're all they're all from the government in China owns everything and controls everything who are the puppet masters there well it's so complicated hello our goal is stored away that that the situation was teaching pain came about I refer to them up I have this to the various times of my website the elders which I'm amazed with this book that someone there has not tried to shut you down if you know what I mean well I hate to tell you that really have you been threatened no but I got a lot of trouble hello before computers and my yeah I hope you will work with my website provider because I had to go and find out who they were getting into the whole system and that my website provider didn't even know they were there so I got to the code and they were very grateful now let's let's go back to revelation because that's important how that ties into China and how you were able to pinpoint China as that country well so we we we've had about all we can say about the book of revelation and then until the early twentieth century we didn't have any further information and then we get fatter why did it occur at that time.

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"reuss" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"reuss" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"Lab where we transform our for this podcast my vision is take with me on this exciting journey together we will explore the secrets of different game mechanics and reach the next level as a game designer in today's episode of the NERD lab I haven't incredible guest for you his game hasn't impressive rating of Eight Point Three on board Game Geek it is the best examples of Asymmetric Games which somehow incidentally happens to be a main topic today but it did not only invent board game he also created an entire civilization from the stretch known as the Han and also more than that he created a mall doesn't of spirits that helped the Dahan defend their island against the evil invaders who want to colonize their land the game I speak off is of course spirit island and the brain behind all of this epic nece is Eric heus welcome to the show Eric thank you so much Marvin I'm really happy to be here today we want to talk about in gains and I'm very proud to have you on board for that topic because you you are real master of that craft with Spirit island being one of the names that are mentioned very often in that context but before we start can you please introduce yourself and tell the listeners a little bit and how you ended up in the industry sure My Name Is Eric Royce I grew up playing sort of Standard Family Board Games with my family always made games I made my own role in move when I was young and then made my own RPG's when I was a teenager and then in college discovered the gathering which was formative influence in many ways after that found the world of Euro Games through El Granada and one of those years eventually decided you know up in making games now for a really long time maybe I should start looking towards publishing them which is kind of how I got into it all and spent a number of you you're sort of honing the skills and then started making things and talking to publishers great so when did you start to create your own games so the really Brazil with with the idea of publishing them I started sort of working towards that and I think the late nineties but at the I'm I felt at that moment like felt like my games had the potential for it but weren't quite there yet I I saw games out there published which were you know I felt like oh I can do a game which is about that good but you know but maybe a game that good you know isn't going to be certain to be published maybe it was just chance that this one got published oh I need to make games which are really really good in order to have a better shot at it so I sort of practiced made games and and have fun with and thought okay this is this is good and then made another game and that this is better and did a lot of information on a lot of different games I started focusing more towards it probably around two thousand six two thousand seven and I managed to shift to part time on my job and was able to bring more time to bear on board game design and I had one or two design which can go anywhere and then fealty my first published design was picked up by US Monte Games and then after that I had sort of two games in the pipe while one was spirit island and the other was a game which eventually became science or die and both of those were my furthest along prototypes when I had kids and everything's slowed down I'm sure it did yeah so spirit island then took many years to get to completion and science or die is not published yet but hopefully very sooner designed and I'm hoping to see it come out soon that's right so because I have already one listener question about the the question is when it will come out that is not under my control I don't know exactly I am hoping soon signed Fox they say it's going to be maybe their next kickstarter I I'm not entirely sure but I know I've seen for it I have seen it is games could be played either with an APP for certain full experience or plane timer if you don't feel like using an APP and I have seen the initial version of the APP plate the publisher at the last time I was at a very excited I can can you can you give us a bit more of the detail what the game is about for science or science or die ah a cooperative real time dexterity strategy game a strategy is mostly spatial it is your the theme is that you are a company attempting to cure a number of deadly diseases in real time so you can finally have a coffee break because this is sort of satisfied just hoping near future where people can you know without new versions of the seas libraries with their three D. molecular printers and so their entire agencies keep us safe from those things overworked like many of us and so you are playing cards to design cures these pictures of blocks and the ones designed the cure the cards you have to physically build what you have designed using wooden blocks so if there's a structure which is very hard to build that is entirely your fault because designed based on your own petard as the saying goes and then y carrying diseases you earn insight which is sort of a represented abstract only by tile puzzle which are trying to arrange real time to figure out what is in common between all these diseases so that you can make a master cure and finally get a lunch break drifting it's it is fifteen minutes of intense fun and triumph and tragedy as things stay for doubt what does the targeting group for that game you can play it with a family but if you play with like if you play it with younger kids than well I'd say you don't want to play it with the kid who is younger than maybe seven or eight my my seven year old cheerfully will play it but not with a timer if you can you can play it on a much more lighter on I am level and that works fine for him he really enjoys it. It is designed the cart portions designed for people who enjoy sort of thinki- games has a strong real time element but it's not pure speed there is also thought which has to be applied because when you're designing things with the cards than you can design very quickly which may then be extremely hard to build and maybe by taking twenty more seconds when you're designing it you could have made it much easier to build and still fulfill the constraints you need to fulfil so you wanna be sort of strategic about it as well as fast about it so there's sort of a trade off there and most cody games that we play our kids game that we play our our kids together and I was thinking about that Mike is a little bit maybe a little bit too too young for that at the moment but this could be a game for the future I also just want to play with and then you have this other little in court spirit island that little bit of traction in the market maybe you can give us a shot introduction to spirit island as well in spirit island you and your fellow players it's cooperative are playing spirits of a remote island elemental spirits spirits of the land you coexist alongside the first peoples of that island the Dahan who have been there for many centuries probably more than a millennia over that time when they have worked out how to live reasonably peaceably as neighbors than one decade new humans show up in large ships and I think oh okay we're humans we're going to have to more humans but that's okay but these new humans start cutting the forest and burning the land and colonizing far more rapidly than the advertisement for showed up and in the blink of an eye from spirits perspective they're starting to overrun the island you are attempting to us throw the colonizing invaders back and keep them from destroying you and your friends and so it's sort of an anti colonial I believe is a settler destruction board game and the really interesting part of about spirit island is that you are not playing the the people wanting to colonize the the continent because you you're playing the opposite there and this is something that I that I really enjoyed and heard a lot of people enjoyed playing maybe one one question that is not a directly above the game play it's more about the world so it's also listening to question and ask it because it just fits right now how did you design the Dahan and what does the word come from because it it really it resonates with someone if you heard the Dahan that's that sounds like a really cool name for personalization thank you So where did how did I design the the the hung up more research than the spirits proper got an order of magnitude because for the spirits I was trying to you make up things which were evocative of story and myth and legend but without being sourced to any particular people and I was mostly just coming up with those I would meditate about nature and think about okay all right you know what my spirit of the lightning be like or a spirit of the river for the one I wanted to be really careful because I wanted to make a culture which was a plausibly realistic island culture the Dahan are not magical they are human beings their people and I wanted them to be plausible people the but I also didn't want to take any existing people and use their culture whole cloth so I did a bunch of research went to the Public Library and one of my ends who's getting our history PhD gave me some articles that are J. store sort of about a variety of island peoples and mostly as many as much as I could sir surveys of that where it's like I read a book about the tattooing practices of a number of cultures across a shadow all the way across the Pacific and so I set out to certify general trends so that I could then come up with a culture which fit within those trends without being taken from a particular place AD so after sort of immersing myself in that I I did what I did sort of drew up cultural documents of a few dozen pages about like you know what they're what they were like as a people's and their their their government to their art language and went with it from there a couple of my friends were linguists sent one of them gave me a list of phonemes which was sort of plausible phones from around the world because I didn't want to localize them to being Oh yes they are in Asia or yes there in the Caribbean or yes they are an island off the coast of Africa and so they gave me some phonemes which I could use and I went for something which was short used the the sounds of their language and you know not close to anything which was to like an Englishman cadore something derogatory in another language shed as it turned out that took a long time to do I expect it to take an afternoon it took more like two or three weeks because when you are using phony common to the entire world and going for a short simple name that word is going to see a lot of use across the globe and so like my I I don't know fifty ideas were all you know the name of an existing people's more the name of a prominent river in some parts of the world or you know a sweater and rush or you know some other thing like that and so but finite found Holland and that worked it does have meanings in one or two other languages but I've been told by speakers of those languages that it is not a derogatory meaning so that's okay that sounds like real scientific work that you spend therefore this research yes I wish I kept a bibliography let my stop was to why was sort of snatching the moments I could and I sadly did not manage to keep track of every book that I consulted where did I find this fact I have no idea I failed my academic citations but then it would have been scientific but now on these research it's still a very good time suspend their because the theme of the game is Crate and that brings me to the next question what was there I did you start with the theme in mind you went to the library or reading all the chaser articles where you designing the theme for game that you were about to make or did you already have all the mechanics at that point in time and try to put a team on them for doing the Han Research in general may before yeah by the time I was doing research everything was pretty well established initially it was a marriage of two things I had an idea for Athene at mechanic and they brought them this is often how designed games I'll have either a sort of I might have a mechanic have a theme or I might have a vision of a moment of plenty and I'll usually usually my game ideas come when I get two of those three things and smash them together in this case it was an idea for a mechanic with mechanical didn't survive until the end game actually it was it was simultaneous hidden action selection with action program kind of like roble reynolds that was the idea for a co op to help mitigate these sort of Alpha player quarterbacking syndrome where you weren't talking accepted generality he's about what you played and then you played your cards and other resolved it's sort of a pre established order.

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KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant

FT News

11:26 min | 2 years ago

KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant

"The influential German media group, Axel Springer is seeking to go private with the help of US investor K are the greet paves that freeing itself from short-term market scrutiny will play the past for ambitious expansion plans Katie Martin discusses the move with our ash CG and vice versa. So tell us a bit about the history of Axel Springer. Where does the company fit into the German media scene will re company was founded right after the war by access Clinger, the hugely powerful archetype, German media tycoon. The power of the company really has long rested on ownership of bills, the German, tabloid paper, which is the biggest selling newspaper in Europe and hugely influential still in Berlin circles. What has made spring, quite special was always had a very strong political stance is very conservative paper. It's as editorial principles that or the journalists have to sign up to those included before unification that papers had to work towards helping Germany reunify, very strong supporter of transatlantic alliance with the US, very strong supporter of Israel. So it's a sort of very powerful commercially successful. But. Also, the very value driven publisher. And so over the years, obviously, it has changed its make up quite drastically. Many of the regional papers were sold off and it's tried to reinvent itself. And it's quite successfully as digitally focused company. So obviously billed as the biggest title, but what would be the other name publications the rest of us over here in London might know about the other well-known old media opportunity, they have is developed, which is sort of conservative broadsheet daily, but a very sort of spectacle paper, whereas Il can be quite wild until very recently running topless photos on the front page every day, of course shipping, a famous people surprised by the financial times in two thousand fifteen but narrowly, failed them was beaten out by Nikai, but company has really tried to reinvent itself. As a digital company over the last decade in particular, and that has meant heavy investment in two areas. One is in the online ads business, both for property and for jobs. Where spring owns some of the biggest sites in Europe in the U K in France and Germany in particular. And that segment of the business now makes up by far the bulk of their earnings. So she decided very early on to exit some of their old media businesses and shift money into new media. I'm so on the one hand that is this online ads business. And on the other hand that's investments in properties, such as business insider, the US news sites which they bought in twenty fifteen and setting up a joint venture to launch political Europe, in Brussels, most change, what are the main shareholders wants take the company private? And what are the terms of the deal will there's been sort of falling out of love between management and shareholders in particular over the past year management, especially CEO matere Turner feels that Springer needs to invest invest, invest in the titular to show up the companies. Wrong position in the online business. And what has happened is that over the past year in particular, it had to downgrade its guidance largely because of the need for more investment. And so that's not on the management board. And clearly also either spring out of founder's widow who owns more than forty percent of the company's. Still, they feel that the company is at a stage where it needs to invest, where needs trade sort of short term earnings for long term prospects and shareholders just don't seem to be willing to go along with that. And that really is sort of Reuss of the idea to take spring a private and to do that. Feeder, Springer's widow and Mr. depth no who himself owns two point eight percent of the company have teamed up with KKR and they are offering shareholders, sixty three euros a share which is a forty percent premium to the undisturbed share price. But it's still quite substantially below where the share was only last year. So is this a? Good deal for the minority shareholders, who are going to be both out. Well, it was an interesting statement that came out of extra Springer on the day that the author was sort of finally made public and confirmed on the very same day they issued a pretty hefty profit warning. And so, basically the message to shareholders walls, whatever you think of this price that we're offering you, if you don't take it, you info quite a bumpy ride, because the company will prioritize investment over short term profit and over reliably raising the dividend, and these kinds of things that shareholders, like so probably the message to shareholders at least it's been it's not gonna get any better for you. If this deal doesn't go through. So Arash why would you know, big, shiny US private equity group like take care? Be interested in paying a premium to help the company take yourself by that. Well, there's a couple of dynamics at play. I mean first of all, kick yards a very big European presence. So they're already on the continent throw in the fact that actual Springer and build. In particular, come with a lot of social capital in the sense that you're playing with one of the most powerful and influential media companies in Europe and getting your hands on one of these prize, commodities is often very attractive for people if you think about the company's structure with free to stringer owning over forty percent of the company's control and Matisse dope. Never at their two and a half percent. The idea of ever really having a say in a company like this is a rare commodity. So if you're kick are, there's a couple of tractive reasons there now actual Springer has been thinking about this for some time, Amatya still who's the engineer of this whole transaction has been interviewing private equity firms over the last few months, I discovered in my reporting and selected KKR for a number of reasons. And so they are now teamed up and while importantly, the structure basically sees the kick AARP has to satisfy getting twenty percent of the minority shareholders. So if you think that free to spring controls about forty two percent Matisse stove close to three percent. They need to get to about sixty five percents delist the company, and so that's why the offer comes with the terms that says care, I need I about twenty. Sent a minimum of twenty percent of the shares out once the private care will still be a minority partner, but they will have influence and so on so forth and in the European private equity environment. There are very few deals where you can put a check of a billion euros. I work in one go. So this is quite attractive for a number of reasons and obviously, the main reason why company like KKR goes into bed with anyone is to make a ton of money for its shareholders. So that's principally the goal here. So speaking of making a ton of money what all the plans for the company beyond the deal will you got to imagine there's a couple of things going on. There's probably some structural changes to the company and its alignment and jobs, which will probably be better executed private and out of the headlines wants. It's private. We don't get to see what's happening. It's a lot harder comes a lot less transparent. Some of the difficult decisions that public markets, create for management will no longer be there. So that means the restructure structure, fire people that will happen outside the glare of the public eye. Maybe some of the dirtier work inside the portfolio of assets that isn't as nicely managed. Can be shut off in ways that again, don't get the same attraction and equally. If you want to make big bets on certain other businesses, you then have firepower and the ability to go for it without public markets judging the transactions. So you have to imagine that there is a plan for kick AR to basically bring firepower to the table for them to pursue transactions to then ultimately see them in maybe five years time returned to market at a big profit for everybody. So companies have traditionally preferred to raise cash from shareholders on the public markets toward extended this going into reverse. This is a bit of a unique situation. And in fact, Qiqihar has experienced doing this in Germany, where there's typically large foundation or large shareholder as the cornerstone investment care help, take a market research company called Jeff K private in Germany, similar structure almost the same playbook. Twenty percent added onto the deal to delist and to it that way. It's a different form of LB OBE leveraged by because you're not buying out the whole thing as majority partner, you're buying it as a minority part. But all the advantages of elbow exists, as long as you can work through the management structure, which you won't have as much influence over. So I don't think this is a major trend in terms of public private markets. I think it's unique to companies where there's a cornerstone investor with forty two percent sitting there and the options are limited. So this is kind of a unique structure almost German specific and a lot of ways and care has done it before. It's very specific to kick AR. So what are the big challenges for the company now is it getting the daily of the line, or is it taking what could be quite painful decisions once, that's all done? They probably have a plan for what they're going to do once. It's all done the hard part is getting across the line. So if you're kick AR union to make sure that twenty percent of the investors sign up to this the could play hardball with you. There's history of people like Elliott and some really clever investors going in enforcing railroading companies to pay more money in deals. There's a added complication, which is that there are heirs of the Springer family who also have roughly ten percent of the company axel. Vents Springer spends finger and Ariane Melanie Springer who have about ten percent combined now. My reporting suggests that it's not all hunky Dory on the family side and it's not like everyone's on the same page. I'm not saying it's like HBO show succession, but, you know, families are complicated in the politics within that is always tricky as we've seen in, in other media family like the Murdoch's. So the question is will these to put their ten percent in, because that already gets K are halfway there, or do they take the view that this is going to be, so profitable once they take it private and fix it up that they should stick around and that automatically add some complication because then it shortens lists, the view is they're going to ride the journey still and want to get rich off what happens. So they'll have to convince the other shareholders, this is a good deal. And that's the primary challenge right now families, plus money always equals drama. Right. And great headlines and headlines, she great for us. But Tobias how is this going down in Germany? How's it being viewed, this surprisingly little political reaction to this? I mean as the rash mentioned. Spring is hugely politically influential, all the perhaps, less with the Mackel government than with all the previous ones. I think it's in very much presented here as a move to shore up the sort of long term future of the group. It's been presented and also launch the scene. I think as a move in favor of sort of a long term view, rather than short-term pressure from the capital markets. And as we know that kind of discourse tends to go down quite well with the German public. So they're certainly been very little criticism of this deal. And I think there's also sort of expectation or hope that extra could use this window can use this freedom of being a private company to bulk up and protect itself against, for example, new competition from the likes of Google, which is pushing very hard into the market for online small ads. So I think this is a deal that is really metro little criticism from any corner him. That was Katie mountain. Compass markets editor, soaking Arash Markazi corporate finance deals editor and Tobias the Berlin correspondent, thanks for listening. Don't

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Missouri, Dave Anthony And Reuss discussed on KC O'Dea Show

KC O'Dea Show

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Missouri, Dave Anthony And Reuss discussed on KC O'Dea Show

"It was a stormy night in Missouri. And a deadly one I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Dispatcher in Missouri from broadcast via after big tornado hit Jefferson City around midnight. There are reports of people trapped in their homes and their injuries with a lot of damage. Reuss of businesses David Williams, another tornado, hit the golden City, Missouri area, killing three people for others have died in the storms in or flooding. This week in that state Iowa and

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Facebook employees were caught writing 5-star Amazon reviews for its Portal device

Daily Tech News Show

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Facebook employees were caught writing 5-star Amazon reviews for its Portal device

"As Facebook employees. Now, all three reviews were listed as verified by Amazon that means Amazon said this account bought the Facebook portal from us. So it wasn't Facebook employs the got it for free. However, Amazon does ban you from reviewing your own employers products. Facebook VP of a are in VR BAAs BAAs worth replied to Reuss on Twitter saying neither coordinated nor directed from the company from an internal post at launch we unequivocally do not want Facebook employees to engage in leaving reviews for the products that we sell to Amazon we will ask them to take down. I mean, that's good. But also, you have to imagine that was some kind of internal like I don't

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"reuss" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on WDRC

"A police Reuss done on the by you the police department in harahan Louisiana New Orleans suburb took plenty of heat for posting online. They'd offer to inspect anybody's stash of methamphetamine for traces of the Zeka virus the virus caused a global health scare a couple of years ago as it's transmitted via mosquito and causes birth defects. When a pregnant woman contracts, it the police were finally forced to admit the claim was phony, but it was an attempt to get naive criminals to voluntarily hand over their meth supply. It's a twist on a common law enforcement tactic. Harahan police admitted didn't work this time. Fox's Evan Brown. I'm Jack Callaghan. Mrs Fox News. Fifty. Sixty s. Convert old. Were they? Starting at six AM stroll down memory lane with a music professor rob the songs jingles promotions. And everything you remember legendary. Talk of Connecticut. Saturday and Sunday on the talk of Connecticut start with the team. From the fifties and sixties in tune in all weekend long for the best. To try and put the fruit trees, spray when it's in balloon all the flowers will fall, Dr Ronald Hoffman strategies for macular degeneration, magical treatments and the car Dr. Hey, what do you do for living? Don't work. Talk of Connecticut. Weekends D in the morning. The best talk all.

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"reuss" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"And I think the other aspect is to at least for me to appreciate that every day. I have the capacity. To through my actions, improve the life of at least one person. And what we forget sometimes is even smiling at another person which takes very little effort for that person who receives that can mean an immense amount and not to forget that the small little actions. These little ripples can actually end up creating a su- NAMI if each of us engage in them, remember when a person, and we knows this from the science when a person sees another person engage in a positive behavior. There many many times more likely to engage in that behaviour themself. When when they see another person act with kindness and with generosity and with gratitude, it becomes right? It becomes contagious. Excessive contains exactly and of course, a camp attention to become right opposite. But in the context of the positive it can become contagious, and I don't know single person if they knew they had the capacity to create that contagion would not want to do. So, and I think having people understand, and this I think has been the theme of our tire conversation that it's not the circumstance that's creating their emotional response. It is them and often times we forget that in my own cases child. This interaction with this woman. Reuss did not change my life circumstance. It changed. How I emotionally responded to that circumstance. And each of us has the ability to change how we emotionally respond to our life circumstance and create an environment where we alternately can flourish and give those around us the opportunity to flourish. So so this is my last question near the end of your book. You you make a grand statement. You say we are at the beginning of an age of compassion. What is that sentence? Hold for you. What do you see? How do you see that manifesting? Sure, I think that as you know, we had an HMO enlightenment which had a profound effect on our human species. And I believe that with the knowledge that we are getting through neuro science to a variety of technologies, and we're seeing the effect the positive effect if you will of compassion in little pockets in society in how profound it can be. And again, I believe that as we experience as we see as we manifest these little pockets of compassion and caring for the other curry, it is alternately going to be recognized that this is the pass that will lead us out of Dr. Darkness into light and give every human being the opportunity to reach their own potential. Because remember if we look at the resources of this earth, there is more than enough for every person on this earth. At this present moment, if we look at what is spent on protecting borders on military on all sorts of things that do not kiss one-step more forward in terms of being if you will what we have the potential to be as a species..

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Under fire Danske Bank faces fresh money laundering inquiry

Quest Means Business

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Under fire Danske Bank faces fresh money laundering inquiry

"Power of these tech companies. Now you bring up the fact that they're becoming a media company. And of course we had AT and t. Time Warner merger which included CNN and of what the judge said in his ruling was looking at the outsized power of these companies in the digital advertising space. You see that response, but is regulation. The right strategy are finds the right strategy is any of that going to make a difference when you consider how large the market capitalization of these four or five companies are. So when you have a company like Google with one hundred billion dollars in cash and you find five billion dollars, what you're actively telling Google to do is to continue to break the law. If you had a parking meter in front of your house, that cost one hundred dollars an hour, but the ticket was twenty five cents. You would continue to break the law and that's what we've been telling these companies to do with fines. That might sound large dollar terms, but in terms of impact aren't that large, you ask what we should do. I believe regulation has unintended consequences. I think GDP are has actually emboli. And strengthen these companies position. I believe that the future to oxygen eight, the marketplace is to break these guys up. I think antitrust action is the way to go that there is a real risk of that. Now, I know that the US attorney general Jeff Sessions having a meeting with states attorneys generals next week to discuss this very topic restarting to hear that word, antitrust rebates starting to hear the word monopoly associated with some of these companies. Is that a growing regulatory risk for these mega tech companies? Could you actually see them getting broken up? I used to think there was no way because Amazon is eighty eight fulltime lobbyists in DC. We in the US I would say suffer a little bit from what I call this gross idolatry of innovators and billionaires. We see them as our heroes, but I do think there is a movement of foot now, whether it happens out of DC, I would say most likely, no. I think the pushback is gonna come out of Brussels and possibly a red state. We're an attorney general in that state's he's at the brightest blue line path. The governor's mansion is to make an argument against these tech. Companies to quite frankly probably haven't been good. Have they been going for California? Yes, New York s? Has it been good for Kansas? What's happened to the ad agencies? The retailers, the businesses in those states. I think a lot of these red states have decided, you know, big tech it. We've been net losers here, so I don't think it's going to come out at DC at might the DOJ should absolutely do its job. The call to restrain. The acquisition of this company was read in comparison to the power of these other companies. So I actually do believe there's there is a non zero probability now that the DOJ or the FTC or a state AG Michael after these companies and accused him of anticompetitive behavior and propose antitrust and breaking up as a solution. It's an interesting paradox because you have Amazon yet to announce the second location for its headquarters, and you have, you know, local mayors and governors of morning Amazon at the same time. You see it coming under increasing potential enemy trust scrutiny and other bad headlines following it as well. Do you. You see public opinion changing at all toward the power of these big tough tech companies. While at the same time, we're also dependent on the warm is absolutely turned two years ago. The only argument was is more Christ. Like we're going to be the next president among their see is really the weaponization of the Facebook platform by the GRU of the Russian government changed everything. And now. Oh, citizens. Citizens have are starting to feel a lot more wary about these firms, but you brought up an interesting point the competition to be the host of the next age. Q. and regulation are linked Stephanie because the next headquarters for Amazon will be Washington DC, the metro area, and the reason why, and it was always going to be DC is one the basis have a home there, and CEO gets to pick with a company. Second headquarters are going to be. And so the only thing standing in between Amazon, Amazon's valuation of one trillion in two trillion is regulation, and no one is going to regulate the individual. The throws out the first pitch at the two thousand nineteen opening game of the Washington nationals which will be Jeff Bezos. This competition was a Reuss to transfer wealth from fire departments and school departments to this shareholders of Amazon. It was always going to be DC. This has been a terrible abuse of the Commonwealth. And how many lobbyists does Amazon have in DC right now. Last check Eighty-eight fulltime lobbyists in DC, Scott Galloway. We're gonna have to see if you're right on that. It's going to be embarrassing of announce big Indianapolis. Well, DC could certainly use the jobs, Scott. Thank you so much. Thank you. Let's turn to Europe and the massive money laundering case that shaking the financial world is he? Oh, of Dansk of Bank is out a new report from the firm details. It's employee's failure to conduct basic due diligence on customers and managers, failure to heed warning signs. The tentacles of the investigation and the alleged wrongdoing are spreading regulators in the United States, Denmark and Estonia, or all probing, dansko bank's operations and the probes center on the banks, tiny subsidiary in Stony a- lax controls. They're allowed through more than two hundred thirty billion dollars. They came from thousands of suspicious customers outside Estonia and that dollar amount is nearly twice what was previously reported. The Bank is alleged to have become a conduit for money coming from Russia and former Soviet states. The allegations are linked with fraud cases exposed by Bill. Browder anti-us former lawyer Sergei Magnitsky who was murdered in a Russian prison. Bill Browder himself was kicked out of Russia. He has since filed several criminal complaints over dansko banks. Behavior Bill is the CEO of Hermitage

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Allergan's stock surges after profit, revenue beat expectations

Mike McConnell

02:34 min | 3 years ago

Allergan's stock surges after profit, revenue beat expectations

"Hi once, again Patrice. Sikora out in New. York, big time big city big. Deal that's what you are oh And only a big. Deal, because you're working with me on there you go now we're. Team McDonalds a. You know this is the it gets strong, branding and. Not knowing, what you. Get going in the. Door Me But they want you to come in more. Often their second, quarter earnings and revenue are better than. Expected global growth that was was. Stronger they continued their to steady clip. Domestically they're feeling a little bit of heat from fast food, rivals global same, store sales. Up four percent topping projections in the US growth was two, point six percent little. Nightside now McDonald's has been on a mission to improve its. Burgers it's introduced a fresh quarter Pounder across the, US but it's got competition in the breakfast. Space, now Dunkin donuts also offering breakfast sandwiches all. Day they just introduced their doughnut fries. Too by the way for two bucks and Starbucks has been improving its food trying to lock you into with a growing rewards program Elegant I want to talk a. Little bit about them I guess they're doing well and bo- talks you. Know I mean it's not just for women anymore right oh gosh no no and they also have restored the dry. Eye treatment in fact Allergan had another solid quarter earnings topped estimates strong sales. Of one of its biggest. Drugs is restless actually resources lost patent. Protection some time ago but they're still no competitor, out there no competition but elegant also, got a boost from anti wrinkle treatment blue top. And the company, has raised its full year forecast near. Right botox is not just for. Women anymore men are more and more. Going in there and saying doc helped me out a little, bit here yeah, well everybody. Wants to try and stay on I don't know what you're, getting for a gallon. Of gasoline out there it's about I saw it the other. Day here for about two eighty seven and that's, high for out of here but I guess. People, and people are driving the last time I. Filled up it was to eighty five. But that was about a week ago I think I saw three bucks out in jersey but higher pump prices are not keeping Off the road this. Is. The, busiest driving season of the year and. We are doing it gas demand Reuss for a second week the energy. Information says at the same time fuel stockpile shrank more than two million barrels to the lowest level since may but. Analysts say don't worry about it stockpiles could actually they'll build because refineries are. Churning it out and demand. Though not expected to ease until the. Second half of August that's when road trips typically, and and kids go back to school Yeah We will talk again. Tomorrow thank you so. Much Patrice from the Bloomberg news remind Patrice Sikora.

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"reuss" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"The holy spirit then jesus is the one that told the disciples to carry it to reuss lem and he said you would be endured with pow you shall receive power often that the holy ghost come on you and you shall be witnesses unto me so it's not so we can sit in a pew or sitting in a church or just have a nice little tano you're getting charged up in the church of the brethren to then go up to go do something and everybody has to do something every man you don't you don't plug a device into a wall then have it sit there you're plugging into unplug it and go out and do something totally but by the same thing if we bring an electric appliance in you we plug it in which the switch on so a lot of people are praying for what they already have their praying god please help us really done everything to help you jesus went to the cross the holy spirit came on the day of pentecost god is not dead and i don't have to watch a movie to know that he's not dead he's not dead i don't have to i don't have to watch gossip dead wanting to know he's not dead he's alive and how can people even deny it when everything in revelation is now coming true exactly became world governor covering next hour but i mean it is it is i i really fear for people that don't have christ because i get hit with stuff at all i just call on crisis then i just have all the strength i i'm so sorry but they don't have this people are not gonna make it with once coming and i'm gonna make it would once coming because many people are not prepared they don't know how to pray if you pray gonna tell you what to do if you pray isn't an amazing if you if you actually open yourself up it's incredible it's like the advanced understanding is is it makes you humble even when you like when you.

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"reuss" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"I felt like the taker reuss have coffin match was like it gave me such an old school i'm kid again vibes because it was classic nineteen ninety four good guy undertaker has to put a bad guy in a coffin and it's as simple as that did you like it more than the mania match was seen yes because because the mania match would see no just was what it was it was just the undertaker rolling in his grade hits now the main match would seem more news worthy because it was a surprise is total shock but i will be aggressive statement to have that match go three minutes and seen again it existing oh no no no that would be the result will be a major stretch the ways yeah you're like sam let's all understand we're schilling the result was surprising the execution of the match was the surprise the fact that just got rolled over in three minutes and not think anyone saw that coming but i enjoyed this match more because it brought me back to my childhood watching the undertaker put a bad guy in the coffin it was what it was and some people are like whoa russa's not a bag is the most popular rousseau's ban guy regardless of how many regardless of how many people love him in fact hold on the reason you guys love him because he's about such a great of noxious bag i if you wasn't a bad guy and he was trying to be a good guy you would be into no so let's not pretend he's not a bad guy he's a bad guy we go to the cage match for the universal championship you know what i didn't really i didn't end up i watched it like i said i was watching this one at work so i don't have a really good take on this the only real take is that brock leaves saudi arabia the champion so the conversation is romans lost a million times right so where does roaming go that's one conversation the other conversation is there did.

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"reuss" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on No Agenda

"Three point five billion dollars will be air marked for new steam street cleaning equipment dpw's mohammed new reuss says they're getting hundreds of calls for service every day and we're double and triple sifting our steam cleaners and a lot of equipment with this funding would be able to buy some more equipment the plan will include hiring forty four new cleaning workers will target district which need help the most loretta laurence says her excelsior neighborhood is one of them to walk through human feces all of sidewalks some residents are sceptical they've heard the promises before i think they're putting a lot of money into programs that aren't working but it is a crisis and we need to act joe dias sandro heads s have traveled at the city's convention and visitors agency we took a short walk down market street near the financial district we didn't have to look far before we found trash blocking part of a roadway the unsafe streets he says partaking toll we are losing business we have definitely groups that have said that they can't come to san francisco as long as the streets are like this the message from mayor feral chime to stop talking trench time to do something about fixedly interesting crossover with this before you go on though i want to mention at the beginning of that report they talk to you about this one stop thing they have a bathroom and in the place you're put us needles now and and a doggy bag thing the doggy bag thing is not for dog poop it's human poop yeah.

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"reuss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reuss will be my shining come and happy end bra three your face will flow through the darkness and la it's four names zoo this will shining with you my shining oh man happy and raw face with through the darkness why before me what morning this well marsha i'm with you okay.

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Minneapolis police officer charged with murder, manslaughter in Justine Damond case

Vicki McKenna

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Minneapolis police officer charged with murder, manslaughter in Justine Damond case

"Ontari statement and cooperated with the police investigation bill wise wisconsin radio network no charges will be filed against to receive police officers who shot and killed dante shannon in january a state investigation determined shannon was armed and a threat to the officers shannon's family accuses authorities of a cover up isaac shannon was his uncle how easy is it to dock rainy thing that you won't and then how easy is it to have this broke down system tobacco it's real easy right shannon was shot to death after running away from a traffic stop a minneapolis police officer is fired hours after prosecutors charged him with murder in the killing of an unarmed woman prosecutors say officer mohammad noor who is hailed as the precincts first somali cop acted recklessly last july when he reached across his partner from the passenger seat of their police car and shoots the gun and an object did you can't see that's evidence of a depraved mind in my view hennepin county attorney mike freeman forty year old justin damon reuss check a life coach was set to be married called nine one one to report hearing a possible assault and went out to meet with officers but died in her alley or family is calling for justice nores attorney says he acted in accordance with his training jeff monosso fox news.

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Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman

The Savage Nation

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Minneapolis officer arrested, charged in shooting death of Australian woman

"Radio i'm rich denison maryland democratic congressman steny hoyer calling for legislative action after the latest school shooting this one in his state today we sympathize we sympathize we have moments of silence but we don't have action through students were shot by seventeen year old student a gunman died while exchanging gunfire with a school resource officer i'm indianapolis police officer facing charges stemming from last july's fatal shooting of an australian woman who called nine one one to report a possible crime behind her home county attorney's office is filed charges of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter against minneapolis police officer mohammad nor in the shooting death of justin damon reuss check hennepin county attorney mike freeman the woman's death cost the police chief her job and forced the police department to revise its body camera policies fox news.

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"reuss" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Make him the highestpaid guy in the sport he has to be urban meyer who wins national championship with his third quarterback not a guy who loses six games the moment his starting quarterback goes right so i agree with you i think everyone agrees with that but if you're texas saying i am and you wanna get that kinda coach you have to make him the high his fire on so what i'm saying is over meyer special nick save in special correct jimbo fissures not that agree loses his starting quarterback you lose six times in a season urban meyer loses both of his quarterback when's the national championship with his third straight on and dabbous when he is the fall into that category right where italian lost a shawn watson replace him with a new guy in here we are number one in the country right so so now what happens with the giants does he lamenting start this week was the street ruined by these two bozos the judge just fired i mean gina smith wasn't terrible yesterday hold on a second does he like manning now start next week who is the interim coach five did they fire floyd reach do they fire the general manager to jerry reuss ferry reached him on sorry buddy and yeah loyd reese old jerry rice is out the weight so the people who ended ally manning streak at joiner in ten games this week a day ago they're nowfired do building thank you for having the appropriate response to that better yours your laughter third your redfaced laughter is the appropriate response so hold on him and you'll be let me let last week the middle of last week these two guys had all the power to end the lie manning streak and now because of how they handled that their fire because the owner ownership this man because the giants were embarrassed saying yes and so now the interim coach is he gonna make you liming starting quarterback gina smith going to rip the new interim coach who is the interim coach for the.

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"reuss" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"She references the chilean move sky ladder and she says that china move literally means building tree any rate it situated at the center of the world so centered that it produces neither shadow nor echo it was created by the yellow emperor in a grew into the sky and having reached the impenetrable barrier of the heavens it spreads across its expanse and quote likewise above the barrier of the ends of the earth creating jiji ganic coils in the sky in huge route tangles in the earth than the gods use the sky ladder to ascend into send in its trunk is purple its blossoms blacken its fruit is yellow okay so this is definitely a world tree ejabat vertical tradition of going up to the heavens exactly now you have other cosmic treason chinese region including the trinity mulberry the search tree the accord tree others the leaning mulberry tree and this is where the ten sons reuss did in ancient times before for the hero you the archer shots the nine surplus sons down that's one of the sar remind me this 'cause we talked about in a previous episode isn't you the archer one of those like logical innovations of the hero symbol yeah yeah so the idea here with the story is that there was a time when your ten sons and was just burning the earth thought nearly could not have the crops wooden grow and then the heroic archer comes fourth and he's able to shoot the nine surplus sun's out of the sky leaving just one son to to light and warm the world vote while he would be perfect for the end of our uninhabitable earth episode that we just recorded a once the earth started the sun starts turning into a red giant ican to shoot at as rise long as he is one ero left in the quiver we ed right here in chinese tradition is also the giant peachtree which are also tangles against the barrier of heaven that the peaches here they provide immortality to those who consume it and it also serves as a bridge between realms i have a.

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"reuss" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"I need to be filled with the spirit all your if you don't want what god wants for your life you are not being filled by this spirit notice again in the text be filled with the spirit the holy spirit is god he's active he's personal and he can fill your life let's define what we mean by that spirit filling defined at the greek word here is play reuss that which means to be filled controlled intoxicated permeated thoroughly influenced have you want to understand a word in the bible go ahead every person here underlined that word in a egion five eighteen underlined filled again that they're begin it felt good job underline it i i want you to be able to go back there is a very very important birth spend the rest of the message almost right here being filled you want to understand a word in scripture look at how it's used in other places and luke four 28 scripture says that some of the religious leaders were angry about jesus teaching and they were filled with rage script same word in acts 13 45 certain jews were resenting paul and barnabus and their success and the bible said that they were filled with jealousy okay it means to be overcome by a power greater than your own that's what it means to be filled you ever been filth it means to be overcome by a power greater than your own may give you some more on this now filled overcome by a power greater than your own i know what it feels like to be filled with pain you i was move in something in my closet the other day and i was in my bare feet working around shuffling some things around and i know what happened exactly but somehow i got that might toenail my big toe on be and.

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"reuss" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You to paul reuss would have collapsed and everything else yes i sheeting grievement kind of hole we're we're is harvey the tropical storm now moving through a galore mississippi valley it it courtesy and it's been picked up by the westerly you could still have lasri circular shaping the dead circulation skit with with thirty forty miles an hour but it is decreasing edit begin to go wide doubt it will lose it naved scatter shortly if it hasn't already and that it will be adversely gone inside of 48 hours just a guy minute off a sweeping off the coast into the north atlantic at least thirty five people dead hundreds of thousands of homes destroyed or damaged doug you knew the estimates in the billions of dollars in terms of damage and destruction one of the worst sever isn't it i would think that the type of houston it's so he amount of concrete and destruction that has taken place over that go and how day whoa bridges and roads and waterways underwater and what's going to be the foundation of those roads in british the water continues to receive begin to dry out whether it be lifting of bridges you know aggradi up come of this infrastructure been oprah by with good question that has not it's going to take a long time to build back isn't it absolutely at at work away deep labor ed money to do that do we build it to the destruction of cases that went there or goat due to the roadways i mean if you have ordure we had the growth to worry there were choked poison it when you add quickly wipe away.

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"reuss" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

Pursuit With Purpose

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

"The individuals out there that reuss wattana support and how to create a lifestyle and then came back and was like all right let's bring out of course union associated new courses that were in he in our audience anger really was being a giant rebuild this community yes county was just taking attack there are a lot of things like she said since working with other entrepreneurs that we knew that we should on science that's what we're doing we just had taken the time sudan for us all speeches scientists mitchell lesser rangsri business as end with our energy business as those in really successful so we were just kind of like juggling auctions ice young rankings davala's memeber really sat down and started writing articles what are our longterm goals what is our vision are we wanted to be working on bombs houses priority in and snow saragan i it needs to happen now were under businesses and i feel like really stayed added that doesn't necessarily mean that that was our vision mcranie doing and style goal hangings you'll like sitting down right now all of our once we decided windows were we knew that like okay we need to lighten indoctrinated series in all of these things that we knew that we need to implement so we just rhode island is tasked with the super organizing asana once we help goals especially between those us we are every order ron last october young limped amazing what were some of the biggest goals are not list that you would leave ernie in with the fulltime oculus franchise by jammed of not having any more clients at this time around didn't drop my word there's were i was able to let go let atlas habits are not operations in other business as a huge one exciting definitely does i i feel strong diverse lines as he had talks without from the first ones that was one of our aches years we knew that we had messed has a drop in all of our clients will we didn't have.

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"reuss" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"We had to immediately start to figure out what we were doing but i don't think is always the wisest decision i think there's there's sometimes that you you you put yourself in a situation where you know it's what you want to do is not we're not we're not saying where there is right or wrong is just like i feel like i am made to do this this is a great opportunity i want to do this it doesn't necessarily mean that is wise it but he's still may be the thing that you should do a lot of people who make those kinds of decisions in fact the majority of people who make decisions to drop one thing to reuss pursue a risky dream by definition don't succeed at it because it's a risky dream that's what makes it risky but it should be a calculated risk in usig calculate that guests that part of the vices calculate as much as you can what if you don't know how to do matt within your screw your screw so keep your calculator with you at all times take calculated risks and you'll be okay but if there's something that you can't you you can't not do and then live with yourself then do it so you can try it seeing live with yourself it's i hope that made san it's kind of the same principle that applies when you're trying to figure out whether or not you're in love with somebody nearly i don't know if i should be if if if if we should get married or you know this relationship should become more serious is not like i know that you like sit down and make like a pro khan i did make a broken list about of but my wife point when we dating i hope do in national founded after we got married she was like you don't like my voice like why did you go read that i love your voice baby is changed since we dana drops off know.

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"reuss" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"reuss" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"We love because we love film actual film on a real go wet print a lot of people don't know but that is because agigea fresh out of the laboratory at quite literally wet from air we raced as announced a sharp arab really really exciting yet advocate sundance you're no no i dunno sinensis it's crazy if we see it yes and this year it had like ridiculous amounts of snow as well so as fung though of the reaction to the movie reuss awesome yeah well that's great yeah that's what you want we like to find out what what like hidden jim movies people recommend because they're sony movies he can say like a king comedy or whatever it is or people even if they don't like it they know it suggested wrapping up will ask you that last question yeah is there anything that you like america's under appreciated moorer's or whatever you want under if i say if i said using them aboard a good movie if you want or whatever you want the volume movie that here in rhode island says that movie opponent mmm degeneracy opponent it's a french movie is about a three year old girl whose mother dies and she's dealing with the movie of all time and seen through the eyes of a threeyearold girl and you cannot believe this she's like in general and saudi it's incredible performance and like it's such a deep deep meditation on loss in right heading either it's not again it's not for everybody vote that's a it's a really emotional and so it's it's a child perforances like i've never seen at and since i heard it here whom i like where we are the best by lukas moodysson became about five years ago his daughter than it is a by a group of fourteen year old girl that don't know how to blame music and start a punk band an is is beautiful and is hilarious and it's just great.

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