18 Burst results for "Ristori"

"ristori" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"ristori" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"What are we? What is this? When he think that I possibly had like you're with the dog all day. I ever leave with them for more than fifteen minutes. which is be some superhero stuff. All that off. So when is this like mystery window of time? happening. Commit. True. If, you're never away from the dog for more than fifteen minutes. Then how could he take her over to? You? Know Lake. Whoever's house. But It could be a simple as this guys I mean I-. Weird things have happened. Yeah, and there's always an extra. If you're really innocent, then then you got the you didn't do anything. This reminds me. The time I've told the story million times. There was a brochure for gay men who are married that haven't come out that my wife found in our guest room. Room and she was like. How did this get there? And I said I didn't put it there. There's gotTa be a logical explanation, but there it is yeah brochure for married men who might be gay, and she finds it in my house and the only married man in the house. Yeah, how did it get there? And I called row? We should we should have. Seen where you sat roses, buddy. Right but no. It was true because my. At, my nephew had gone down to sex. World found this her, and he left it in there as a joke, but I think back on that story and I wonder if my nephew wondered whether he was gay, I realized. He forgot it didn't WanNA. Take it home anyway. If there's a logical explanation for and he didn't do it. It's I mean anything's possible. Somebody could have had a bag, a hair ties and threw it over your back fence in your dog founded in eighty four. You ever saw them not likely, but it is it possible again or maybe you're I. Don't know maybe in the back of the car yet of used car and maybe somebody had left hair ties in the back. You never know, but are you satisfied? Then MRI that he wasn't cheating with. Paul Ristori where they came from, but I mean. To me. That's pretty clear. Yeah, I agree. Well I forgive you Sam? Talking to you through the radio I. Want to hear more about this brochure. This is this is. It wasn't mine..

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"ristori" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"ristori" Discussed on Dave Ryan's War of the Roses

"What are we? What is this? When he think that I possibly had like you're with the dog all day, I ever leave with them for more than fifteen minutes, which is be some superheroes. Full that off. So when is this like mystery window of time? happening. Commit. True. If, you're never away from the dog for more than fifteen minutes. then. How could he take her over to? You? Know Lake. Whoever's house? But. It could be a simple as this guys I mean I- weird things have happened. Yeah, and there's always an extra. If you're really innocent, then then you got the you didn't do anything. This reminds me the time. I've told the story million times. There was a brochure for gay men who are married that haven't come out that my wife found in our guest room. Room and she was like. How did this get there? And I said I didn't put it there. There's gotTa be a logical explanation, but there it is yeah brochure for married men who might be gay, and she finds it in my house and the only married man in the house. Yeah, how did it get there and I called row we should we should have. Seen where you sat roses, buddy. Right, but no, it was true because my. At my nephew had gone down to sex. World found this her, and he left it in there as a joke, but I think back on that story, and I wonder if my nephew wondered whether he was gay, I realized. That he forgot, it didn't WANNA. Take it home anyway. If there's a logical explanation for and he didn't do it, it's I. Mean Anything's possible. Somebody could have had a bag, a hair ties and threw it over your back fence in your dog founded in eighty four. You ever saw them not likely, but it is it possible again or maybe you're? I don't know maybe in the back of the car yet of used car and maybe somebody had left hair ties in the back. You never know, but are you satisfied? Then MRI that he wasn't cheating with somebody else. Told Ristori where they came from, but I mean. To me. That's pretty clear. Yeah, I agree. Well I forgive you Sam. Well. Good talking to you through the radio I. Want to hear more about this brochure. This is this is. It wasn't mine..

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"ristori" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on The Jump

"So we are getting to your time of year. Ristori jefferson. I'm very excited coming up. The buck season is over. So where do they go from here? We will get to that minute but I. So betting on yourself. Sound good, really like a no brainer. Of course you should bet on yourself. If you don't who will. But in truth, it's never that simple. Because even once you do place that bet. So many things that aren't going to be up to you. We'll determine whether it pays off take raptors president, Jiri who last year after getting swept out of the playoffs, again by LeBron James again, specifically told reporters, quote, it's on me put it on me and that sounds good accountability. And all that. But then what think about all the things I had to do after that nice little speech and all the things that could have gone wrong. I e fire coached wing. Casey, one of the nicer humans in the sport who had just guided the raptors to their most successful regular season ever. I did this knowing full well that Casey was up for coach of the year. And in fact, just a few weeks later, Casey one, which didn't look great, then, as it became clear that the Spurs were going to trade Leonard took another annoyed. Thomas gamble, offering up his team's most beloved player a four-time all-star and again, you can frame this Jiri betting on himself and his ability to assess talent. But let's not kid ourselves messiah. I didn't know what he was bringing back and co why he didn't know the state of health would ever return to the form that had made him one of the top five players in the game. He didn't know of why would be willing to buy in or trust with the rafters wanted to do this season. Because it just spent the previous season clearly, no longer trusting the folks in San Antonio, really the only thing the sign new for sure. Is that his contract would be up in less than a year and that there was a better than even chance that quite would move on after that? Oh. And then there was the matter of Toronto's other all star Kyle Lowry who was upset about the way the trade was handled. He went months without even speaking to Gerry. In fact, it took until February for the two of them to sit down and clear. The air with each other, which was also right around the time messiah, through his chips into the middle of the table, again deciding to sacrifice a bunch of the depth that he'd spent years building, too. Acquire Marcus all, and hey, now all of it looks very smart. Why Leonard clearly as elite as ever Lowry. Bought back in Nick nurse has made the in series adjustments. That frankly had been missing from previous playoff runs..

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"ristori" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"I don't know if they're that anymore. But they were at that time when Carnegie Hall I opened so they would have the something Hawn than they would rent out apartments in those apartments were usually taken by musicians or artists and things like that. So there's this kind of like will to do Baheen life, you know, that she's like rubbing shoulders with it was, like when I was living in the east village in I just myself, eight as you know, the, you know, the everyone is up and coming, you know, and, and they hadn't yet quite arrived. And so this is kind of, like where she's practicing astrology. So she goes from like to, to studio rooms in Carnegie Hall that and she stays in Carnegie Hall, the rest of her career to ending up with I think, at six suites on the tenth floor. You know how much? Her army of, of, of typists and, and things like that had had expanded. So that's where she sets up in a believe that that's in nineteen thousand four will nuts. One of the cool things early on about to me about her move to New York issues, kind of like a bad ass. And she rented out like these nice places like the hotel burned down was a super nice place that she went to the first hotel that she attempted to go to on Fifth Avenue. It was also a super nice place. And then even eventually the place that she ends up settling into in Carnegie Hall was a super nice residents in office. And so part of that was her part of a class thing, but also her presenting and wanting to present herself as being respectable and successful and, and trustworthy, and she would have seen as like tons of clients, and do tons of consultations and start to meet with and have very well to do clients in. In New York City. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's why she that's why should become kind of like this local Savell you know this this profit is on 'em, an white so well known because New York at this time has also remember it's the center publishing. You know, I mean you've got some competing newspapers in Chicago. San Francisco, but New York is really the center publishing. So if you're hitting, you know, if you're getting an interview paper, whatever you've got newspaper syndicate, starting right now around McClure the McClure syndicate. So it's like late nineteenth century. And so these news items are going outside of New York, and they're spreading across the country. And so, you know, again, this is what's bringing the notoriety and the fame, but again, she's very careful. And this is what saves her helps her with her trial, but she's very careful to cultivate, this learned established, you know, I look at the chart dispassionately. You know, like peeking over her glasses. Image, you know. And again, you know, even though she wasn't glamorous, or particularly beautiful looking that worked to her advantage, as well, because she was she kind of looks like miss marple from the Agatha Christie Ristori or something, you know, someone like you know, someone you can rely on and trust, you know salt of the earth. I think like somebody, maybe Karen refers to almost as, like your wise aunt, who's giving you advice or something? And so she's doing consultation, set up in New York, but then, eventually she does run into problems and eventually runs afoul of the law. At one point at two distinct points in the nineteen teens through three eventually who's the third one too. So the first time she's arrested. And she's busted for fortune telling, but that one is quickly dismissed. But then the second time in nineteen fourteen there's a sting that the. Police do and they have a undercover officer go in and do and get a consultation. And then afterwards, she is arrested and charged with anti fortune, telling laws which were still on the books in New York, and that time, and there was as serious, like it was not a light matter. It was like a serious threat to her where she could have faced. It was something like, what six months or six years in prison, and, like a huge with more the, the more the steep fine. It was more steep..

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"ristori" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Risk manager for London for the UK's environment agency. And can you also penned a report into how London can respond to rising sea levels and pundits too high. Come we respond? We have a space to poach where we would have to build fist increased walls and the Ristori. We will they need to think about increasing the wool Hudson the inside. So the London and then finally will need to think about a replacement barrier. We know that will be around twenty seventy basin currency number is, but obviously things accelerate it'll need at the same time. We working with all the local government long this fish to think about what riverside needs to look like in the future. Do we want the banks that are just wolves? So you say the only barrier is further away from the river. So there is that might occasionally flood otherwise can be useful. Yeah. So this is one in the outer issue, for example, we all thinking about retreating some areas because there's not the people not the Cup. So some places you'll retreat other places defend how confident that you can defend London over the next two centuries. Very confident we could defend them over the next century of the next to center the long time. Commit to say that. But we particularly in the one thousand years what would happen if we didn't do anything that that picks drop of time for the region issue. Here's because Siegel rises, you build it up. If it does it's going to be even more catastrophic flood, isn't it? This does beach will pass by but sets why the reliability of the barrier in particular is so important, and that's why we've been so much money. That's why Steve's tasting today. So we have certainty that when we need to close it. It does. Thank you, Mr. cut. And that's where we'll be ending the program, but business stadi- will continue to report climate change of what we can to to tackle it. So keep on. Now on the BBC World Service witness history with me for HANA high. And today, we go back to nineteen Seventy-nine when one of the great engineering feats of the twentieth century.

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"ristori" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"ristori" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"It was just it was a lot more of that. And now it's like switch deny the let the let Steph curry has the ball. Like, you said like this this season is more like Jerry MAs. Having such a tough time shooting the ball that we that rockets and a lot of team trying to help off of help help head much possible yet it's interesting because when you're switching all those screens like if you play right as the offense, you should have an opportunity if you set a good screen on someone a lot of times, especially if it's back like have inside position cut to the rim. And if you put enough pressure on the passer, you can make it. So like there's not as much of an opening there to make the past. Even if the guy is. Exactly. And with added the warriors, they realized that I think there's so have you applying democracy cousins 'cause they were gonna play that the whole game. There's a hope that switch. It would have been been James or Chris or EG on on dogs cousins. And you know, he's he's he's a good back to the back back to the post a back to the ram finish. I think that would help them allow, but right now, it's really on a post partisan. So once you see you see Erik Gordon you see now Iman Shumpert. Let me see allowed defenders are pressuring the guy that Jim the boss. Oh, either they do try to look for the back slip or the back cut. Look the right path. This is a difficult pass debate Nile out of players to make that pass deliver. You you mentioned to the idea of denying like off the switch dry think it is the other thing that I was so impressed by what Houston does normally as an particularly last year when they really had the wears in trouble. Because like, you're forcing the guy. I mean, they don't deny like all the way back to half court. You know, like old school like Duke style. Or something like that. But they they do like, okay, you're going to catch the ball thirty feet from the basket. And it's just once again, like if you're that far out every catches a little harder. You'll more tired. You can't make those back door passes as easily when you're that far away. I I was really impressed with that aspect of the strategy. So that's something that they really emphasized a lot. And. Chant the pay attention look at Clint Clint Capellas in a great great example of how to when you switch it when Switzer downstairs was any screen, his his arms, always spread. He he makes you catch the ball. Like, you said thirty feet from the basket. And he he makes you he makes you crossover make you cross over once or twice as straight drives at a Basset. Where was on a split with them on a switch across over crossover or Steph curry like up a quick flick Ristori, but as as difficult for an and that's what a statistics say..

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"ristori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And click on I want to show you something. Here's a stock. The banks now. They just reported the banks last Friday, and I told my gang back on eight April. I I said they're going to have to rig these banks to go higher because it's the banks that drive the stock market and the market has been going up into banks been lag behind the banks can't make money unless rates go up, and when Trump's the stop raising rates the Bank stocks the biggest Touche's pull their money on the Bankstown. She had the stock market rallying on a narrative on a fake narrative that there's going to be this wonderful agreement is going to be signed between China in the US. There's not going to be a wonderful agreement. There's going to be an agreement, but it's not gonna be wonderful. They have no choice now. But to have an agreement because remember what they done since December twenty four December twenty six to where we are today. They've rally this whole market based on that narrow. We're going to have a tremendous Chinese US agreement about terrorists. We're not going to have a wonderful agreement. China's not going to agree. What we want China's going to keep stealing our information. Okay. And and they're not going to agree that they get caught. We're gonna put more terrorists on what you nuts, not gonna Greece. Just going to sign this crappy document that's gonna be worthless. So we can say oh look at this. We got a great in a market goes back up again. When Trump got obsessed with the stock market today the election when he won the election, and he learned something he learned something when he made a promise unbeknownst to him the way the market works. You create a promise in investors buy into the promise. And then when it becomes a fact they sell into it and professionals buy into the promise on the fact, the normal guy who has a much money manager or in a 4._0._1._K. They just do the opposite after it goes up. They don't buy on the rumor they weigh in by in the fact, if a stocks at twenty and it goes up to sixty they way and buy it at sixty. You're always buying your stock. Your managers always buy the stock at the wrong price at the highest pressures. They make more commission. So the bottom line is that when you're buying a stock like we did right here. The Bank stock we knew we could see on April first it turned green. And I said they got to take. And they gotta lie about these banks actually got to push these Bank sucks up to keep this market going or it's going to fall apart. And they gotta keep that narrative going on China. And then they gotta have another fake narrative that you're going to do quantitative easing in which they can't do it's impossible. They can't do it. So it's just a fake narrative 'cause Trump realizes I said election night two thousand seventeen when he made the promise he was going to do it infrastructure trillion dollar infrastructure. He was going to repeal ObamaCare is going to do this. He's gonna do that. People investors. The big institutions bought into that rumor in the stock market went up forty five percent, not because earnings were going up not because companies were making any money. They weren't they're doing all stock by they could borrow money at zero interest. And by their own stock, and they pushed the stock market up forty five percent. And he saw that. And he goes, wow. This is on believable. All I have to do is something create a rumor they will buy into the rumor. So then when the market collapsed an October fifth two thousand eighteen down twenty percent. He said I'm going to just another rumor show the institutions will get make money buying into the rumor, so they bought into the rumor on December twenty six market mood. Right back up twenty percent. Got stuck at two eighty for fifteen weeks could break up to eighty because two eighty that's where the resistance was just couldn't no buyers institutions were in buying. And when you look down chart, you could see when the stock was going up the volume was going down institutions were pulling their money out. So now he's trying to hold it up. Hold it up with another rumors going to be this zero percent financing coming back. But you should have to care about any of that. If falls again, which it will this market is going to go down another forty percent it. Well, I told you in January sixteen two thousand eighteen is going to be a car crash in two thousand eighteen hours. Right. I even said, what would be the worst month would be December hours. Right. That's going to happen again. So again, look at this. So if you go to your mobile device, and you look on my chart, and I can see the institutional money she turned from red to green it was red. And then green on April first that meant the institution starting to buy and we bought it. So we're up seven percent now. Now, we're also locked in. So that we have a Ristori ward. We can't we're up seven percent. We're can't lose more than three percent of that. We gotta stop in that monies in our pocket now. So we got we got a rush to reward is locked in because we put a stop in says if it comes down any more than three percent, we want out at least put three percent our pocket. So we're gonna. To keep watching it. And the key is when it turns red the institutions of the money out, and then we'll turn around and sell it short and make money in a way down. It's easy. Our ask you to just take one of the five stocks and instructions at two o'clock eastern time. I post that you exactly what we tell you to do. And if you have trouble, you're confused, you get your personal coaching for God's sakes. That's why you have to do, you know, anything about the stock? Nothing about the company. Just try it it works. So tell us how wonderful this economy is. It doesn't matter to us. It's they're lying or they're not lying. It doesn't matter to us because we don't follow the BS just like we didn't foul CNN or MSNBC when they said, President Trump was thief is going to go to jail. He's a liar involved with Russia. We didn't pay attention. Pay attention to that. And we don't pay attention with these people say with money when they talk about money because they're not telling the truth. No more than Sheehan was telling the truth about Trump or MSNBC. These programs are not telling the truth because they have one goal in mind to make money and how they make money on these shows, get more advertisers. They get advertisers by getting you excited that everything's fantastic. Everything's great. So you here they are today. Everything's great. The biggest foam ever, Vegas condo understand something. The economy to be booming. I mean, it doesn't make sense 'cause you come. He's not booming. When Americans are reaching a retirement age. And and we have think about we have a crises in retirement, you're far one K is that crises in itself, it's a fraud. That's a front so Merican reach retirement age. They're in a wash financial shape than their parents. And win about half of older Americans have no retirement. No Savy's cause remember what happened. Obama screwed them by taking five percent and drop it down to almost nothing. So that he could make sure the rich got money free zero interface. She for him to get the wealthy zero percent money free interests. He had to take the interest away from the retirees. That's why we went from five percent down to nearly Jiro. So they're Thais how great this, and you just gonna sit there with your phone K, and believe them and not be defensive at all come on. Don't do that. Join.

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"ristori" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tuesday with a restatement of our every now, and then observe -ation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good razzing growth in economic optimism. Good fun. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Will you gotta play the Hendra dealt right? And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. IMF get it which that with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it. The third forecast of slower growth in six months. Peanut is a columnist for the doctor welcome to the program. Thank you, you called the global economy this morning, some of your commentary. You said were too delicate moment how come why? So Goba growth is projected slow down to three point three percent and twenty nineteen. Then we expected a coveting twenty twenty and you know, that covers precarious. So that's this is a delicate moment because if any of the downside Ristori worry about TV lies, the recovery that we expecting a main come about. Okay. Why are you expecting covering if it's if it's precarious seems like a gutsy call the make well, we set the scene is a substantial amount of policy commendation around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands, we've seen China Putin, fair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seeing some improvement in trade tensions between US and China compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors. You know would help a growth going forward and weeks. See some recovery's stressed economies that Tina took. So that's where focused is coming from. So we've got low rates the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of no deal, Brexit, or whatever's going to happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's happened over there. Get me then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned unavo- main downside risk remains in his collation injury. Tensions of you know, maybe with other countries, you know, the sectors like autos, we would like to see a resolution of Brexit with an agreement. That's not a naughty Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be voided. Let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movement here we are talking about? Yes of the US China trade tensions. We can growth weakened investments. Reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we you know, we say that this is a delicate moment in his opponent for policy makers to avoid missteps limiters since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hear elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you lead with in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning of to the to the future health of global economy. I mean, central Bank of policies of these taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy, the played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up to the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independence their data driven and the the policies are well communicated. So you've been on the job since I January you liking it so far. Been a lot of fun than great to get governor. She's the new chief economist at the International Monetary Fund with global forecast this morning. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much. She mentioned a no deal Brexit, by the way, without getting into the current state of play over in the UK because frankly, one loses track US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said this today in congressional testimony, quote, I think at this point secretary said we need to be prepared for a hard Brexit as a very realistic outcome of quote, hard Brexit, of course, is a no deal Brexit again. Who knows what the what over there on Wall Street today? Honestly, kind of nobody was really wild about that. I am if forecast we'll have the details when we do the numbers. A follow of now story last week. I guess about the most profitable company on.

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The Global Economy: A Delicate Moment

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:16 min | 2 years ago

The Global Economy: A Delicate Moment

"Round. These parts we spell global economic forecast with three little letters. I m end ETF from American public media. This is marketplace. In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal. It is Tuesday the ninth of April today. Good as always to have you along everybody, we begin on this Tuesday with a restatement of our every now, and then observation that this is a global economy, and we are kind of stuck with it. Come. What may and when what is coming is generally good rising growth in economic optimism. Good fine. When what's coming is less growth in some small degree of economic pessimism. Well, you got to play the Hendra Dell. Right. And the global economic hand we are being dealt today comes to us from the International Monetary Fund. I m f get it which is out with its latest forecast on the global economy growth. Yes. But less of it the IMF third forecast of slower growth in six months. Gita Gopinath is the chief economist for the IMF, Dr Gopinath welcome to the program. Thank you. You called the global economy this morning, some of your commentary. You said we're at a delicate moment how come why said global growth is projected slowdown. Down to three point three percent and twenty nineteen and we expect recovering twenty twenty and you know, that recoveries precarious. So that's the sense in which this is a delicate moment because if any of the downside Ristori worry about materialize, the recovery that we're expecting may not come about. Okay. Why are you expecting recovery? If it's if it's precarious seems like a gutsy call the make well, we certainly seen as a substantial amount of policy accommodation around the world. I mean, all of the major central banks have shifted to a more accommodative stands we've seen China. Putin affair amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus. We certainly seen some improvement in trade tensions between US and China at least compared to twenty eighteen so all of those factors, you know, would help a growth going forward, and we expect to see some recovery's stressed economies like Argentina and Turkey. So that's where our focus is coming from got low rates, the accommodative policy that you mentioned, but we do still have the specter of a no deal, Brexit or whatever's going. To happen over there. We have ongoing U S China trade talks, which again who knows what's gonna happen over there. Get me, then to your to your downside risk that you mentioned. I mean, I'm unavo- main downside risk remains an esscalation intrigue tensions. You know, maybe with other countries in other sectors like autos, we would like to see a resolution of Brexit with an agreement. That's not an audio Brexit. I mean, these would be some of the important policy missteps to be awarded. Let me get a little more specific. Are you talking American trade policy movements here we are talking about? Yes. The US China trade tensions weaken growth weakened investment, reduced business confidence. So the question is what happens going forward from the US side from any retaliation. Which is why we, you know, we we say that this is a delicate moment in his appoint for policy makers to avoid missteps, let me just ask. Since you mentioned central banks and listeners will hair elsewhere in the program about about the impedance of central banks. And since you led with it in your answer. How critical are central banks and the proper functioning there of to the to the future health of a global economy. I mean, central Bank policies of all these taken recently the independence of the central Bank are all hugely important for the health of the global economy. They played an important role in reducing downside risks that were showing up towards the end of twenty eighteen and so it is important that they remain independent their mandate a driven and the the policies are well communicated. So we've been on the job since the first of January, how're you liking it so far it's been it's been a lot of fun. It's been great. Doc to choose the new ish chief economist at the International Monetary Fund out with your global forecast this morning, Dr Goldman now, thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Thank you so much.

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"ristori" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"Sell him Samir. When when when when a moment that happens, do you ever knew like retired in and they forced the forced it's on my throat, watch it bad. You have to back. He can't afford another loss timing one at a time. If it was one of the time wasn't wasn't wet. Is it gets so dire? That we're not like joking about it on the past that now, but we're still we are still. I don't think I'm laughing. His bet like you're still. I he's in. He's scared me. Because once the number gets so big Kevin. It's not even RIA a harder to lose four ways like ins with who. Since I came up here. Four way, honestly, I came up here. And I just looked at anti just in this. I know you had the other three Georgia Tech fifty. Okay. So Notre Dame their seven game losing streak. They've scored six points a game scored fifty two in the first half. How can you? Explain that stuff. That's insane. They averaged sixty game, and they have double. No wrong seven in. They have fifty two in the first half. How is that not wrong? But this is how to go you have to go reverse of everything just happened because what Notre Dame just did is awesome. So you gotta bet. Georgia Tech in the second half. I'll let it ride. There's this thing on becky's gonna Bryan Strang, and Felicity Huffman, the Huffman they are bribing colleges to get their kids into schools. I totally understand that you could pay like, I don't know. If I read this someone paid millions of dollars six million dollars, by the way, becky's what makes us the way because everyone fucking loves on the prettiest woman who ever live. But. Her. Was it Felicity hussmann's kids who were like they faked going to crew at USC? Yeah. Joe if your kids, I'm not downgrading you see that is not Harvard. Hundred grand to go to just like jetsam. See, you know, who else get got kinda scot-free. Here's fluidity huffman's married to William H Macy. He's not in. He's not he wasn't named in any of this shit. It's pretty nice. I have no problem, Brian who fucking cares. They did the SAT's to there's a whole this guy had a fucking scheme when he had an SAT like factory in West Hollywood. You would just he had a guy who could you could name the score. You could be like I want fifteen ten boomed put it in. That's yeah. And they would pay to charity. I think it caught by the way, I think this guy flipped the mastermind so you can pay to charity, and then they would get SAT score. Then they'd get you admitted as like, I mean, what happens though, how how much Ristori Laughlin think it's mail fraud ship. Why those male, but tears go to go to school? Who cares? The other. Million dollars. It's the biggest thing is if your kid is is an idiot. Shithead kid going to school is not going to change a worse. They're going to come out being in idiot should. Well, pantley Francis told me that it's just impossible to get into college. Now, just like period, I believe. The heart is like Harvard now foreign kids are coming over. And they're all super smart, and it's just like impossible. I would like to find I would pay one million dollars to find the person who paid six million dollars. Because I think I could scheme that person at five minutes to move. Here's another Dave thing. What I'm thinking parcel university. I like that. Yeah. That's always kind of been in the works. No, not that. I think or someone is gold, but we don't get the money. Yeah. This is you do a porn for gold. I'll do it. We don't don't say. Like, this is like the rougher down. You know, I will say. I want your sex. All state if I clear my dad, how much would you charge for? I think this is the move..

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"ristori" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"About his. I've so many things to say about I should have cut that into half. Because I'm it's okay. Let's go start great. First of all something I really love is or somewhere like paying attention to is like opening lines. In rap verses like I think sometimes they can make or break for sure a route tone. Yeah. And I think that I love and I love especially rap verses that sort of open up like in sort of like, wink, wink to the fact that like they're starting like, this one's like so story. And I think it's such a good beginning. And I think it's just like a very good way to start a very good rappers. Great. And so, and then the other thing I wrote is like something I also have a very strong belief in that the Spice Girls are like extremely theatrical. Like, so like, they're just they're characters essentially, but like in this. Verse particularly they're talking about each other. They're finishing each other's sentences. Not only that but finishing each other sentences like conversational about each other like talking about the other one then the other ones like I got it from here because you just mentioned me, I'm about what it's like, Barron tap in and this relay. Yeah, it's just like it's something that I mean, I can three musicals that do the exact same thing. And so I just think that's like in this sort of like the spirit of the whole song, which is like the call and response. It's like a song. That is like I was listening to the only to girl groups, I can think of that achieved the same level of success as a Spice Girls, which is fifth harmony and little mix which Destiny's child's gotta race Ristori. Sorry. I meant like TLC just gotta racer mystery. Okay. You're real racist. It'd be on groups of girls Supremes no modern fair enough. And that's also different because that had beyond this is like there's no beyond saying this group. I mean, you could say that Camilla is the beyond say fifth harmony, but what I'm saying Kelly Rowland's. Yeah. She that great song the getting shot. Yeah. That was a sad song. Okay. Yeah. We'll grammar was all wrong. Oh, shit girl groups. This is a song. I was listening to the other girl groups like fifth harmony and little mix and their songs easily be sung like you could just take the songs Arianna grenades. And it would just be a song road. Just be a regular song have one person. But this is like a song that is like begging. It's by group can't not be sung by group. And I think that that's very with the call and response with this like rap verse. And with like the talking about themselves. It's like that's a really good observation collaborative element so much. So and it's like, yeah. Just and I would just like it's a really I'm so glad that it was their debut single because it was I just think like what a way to introduce yourself as a group. No what I mean. Like, it's such a statement. And it's such being like, here's like who. We are. We're not like the fuck and Beatles. But like, we're having fun. Even the music video. They're just like walking around hotel like flippant people's table. And like punching things and stuff. I couldn't figure out. What scary spice reminded me of in this first. And then I finally figured it out when during the punch-up, she sounds like slick Rick. She does. Yeah. How about you and may make the role. Rev rapper from eight and he was in the Christmas story, I've I've never seen that that movie movie. a song called a real story. That's what it is. Right. Thank you. Oh, yeah. Let's play it. The job money came one couldn't stop. It's like he had it. Those e. It is very scoops up to the words, and it's so like kind of out a tune and just relax feels like the entire thing is being performed in italics. That's exactly what I was about eight z. Don't they say that in England fake? They're just trying to you know, you gotta Americanize yourselves. If you wanna remind me of a fact you want to be six day where spice in England they were spice. And they came to America, and there was a rapper named spice. So they added the girls. Interesting Spice Girls is a gray a cooler thing, they probably would have gone a lot further, but Spice Girls, I feel very important part of it to me..

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"ristori" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on KDOW

"We're going to start a nother group MB to color coded chart. All you. You haven't got anything. All you do is our show, you I'll say, okay, we're going to short homebuilders. We're gonna short Lanar. Here's the price. You started at. Give you the number. Then I'll tell you. Okay. Make sure when you put that pressure on you put a stop, and we'll show exactly what that's easy to do. So if it backs off two to three percent, that's the maximum. You lose you lose two to three percents to try to make ten percent. Good Ristori ward. Discipline. That's what you need when this market's going down the market goes down ten times faster than it goes up. When they started taking bids out, you'll love it. I mean, you get addicted to shorting because when you're right that market search collapsed. He goes down so fast. You'll love it said on your show, which I do what should I do? Call and say, here's what I'm doing. What are you doing dopey? There's still telling people. Oh, everything's fine. Enjoy your life your mind. You don't pay. Don't pay attention to your portfolio now don't pay attention to what are you nuts? So we got some real consequences here. I think of the headwinds for main street, and they're trying to tell us this these guys on CNBC and FOX trying to tell us a great things are right wages are very sharp. Tell us everyday wages draw which is the biggest lie in the world. Wages are strong again wages strong. Have increased our standard of living. Yeah. Wake increase your standard of living get wages up near where you get wages up. Got to take the profits. That are putting their pocket put it back in a company. They're not going to do that. Why would they do that? When they can take your job and outsource it. Will you nuts? Homeownership said a fifty year low if that wasn't true why homeownership and fifty euro us home prices are now starting to increase the slauson eight month because there's no buyers. There's no wages if they had wages is all well. How housing prices are going up. So fast. It's not the housing price. Every blames the housing price is the wages that they're the problem wages. So you got new home sales dropping to eight month low you got existing home sales folly three month. Low got pending home sales falling right. Six months low. And it's all comes the wages. And that our household. That's thirteen trillion that exceeds two thousand eight peak when the market crash..

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"ristori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We're going to start a nother group envy to color coded chart. All you. You haven't got anything. All you do is our show, you I'll say, okay, we're going to short homebuilders. We're gonna short Lanar. Here's the price you shorted at give you the number. Then I'll tell you. Okay. Make sure when you put that pressure on you put a stop in. We'll show exactly what that's easy to do. So if the backs off two to three percent, that's the maximum. You lose two to three percent to try to make ten percent. Good Ristori ward. Discipline. That's what you need when this market's going now, the market goes down ten times faster than it goes up when they started taking the bids you'll love it. I mean, you get addicted to shorting because when you're right that market search collapsed. He goes down so fast. You love it on your show, which I do what should I call and say, here's what I'm doing. What are you doing dopey? There's still telling people. Oh, everything's fine. Enjoy your life. You're fine. You don't pay. Every day. You don't pay attention to your portfolio now don't pay attention to what are you nuts? So we got some real consequences. You think of the headwinds for mainstream, and they're trying to tell us this these guys on CNBC and FOX trying to tell us how great things are. Right. Wages are very sharp. That's details. Everyday wages are strong. Which is the biggest lie in the world. Wages are strong. Wages, strong have increased their standard of living increase your standard of living. You gotta get wages up where you get wages up. You gotta take the profits. That are putting their pocket put it back in the company. They're not going to do that. Why would they do that when they can take your job and outsource it? Will you much homeownership said a fifty year low of that wasn't true? Why some ownership and a fifty year old? US home prices are now starting to increase the slauson a monthly because there's no buyers. There's no wages if they had wages. It's oh, well, how housing prices are going up. So fast. Is that the housing price every blames the housing price is the wages that are the problem wages? So you got new home sales dropping an eight month low. You got existing home sales folly three month low. We've got pending home sales falling right. Six months. Low. And it's all comes to wages..

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"ristori" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"This led to the use of red herring to mean, a distraction from the important issue, by the way, there is no species of fish known as a red herring. The term refers to kipper which is a whole herring split from head to tail gutted salted. And pickled in cold smoked that has taken on a pungent smell and read Keller during preparations discussing. You can also hear more about food in one of our episodes on open up your Ristori basket. You know, what here's the thing. I could not help notice. That every single one. Of the episodes. Or all your episode. I'm just saying Julia I noticed that now. Oh, that's probably because I remember mine the best. I remember the best to. All right. We're we're back. Well, that's all that was great. That was a good quiz. An actual topic say. You were listening. Thank you guys for all your kind messages and tweets and all the stuff, we got a lovely donation from our newest bolts star listener Albert t thank you, just like the nicest message, it totally may my day. I liked it at when he said there's a real level of humanity. When you hear someone learning the same thing simultaneously as you and you share the same reaction of shock off discussed as a total stranger. And it's hilarious. Nice. And so, yeah, he also called us the least annoying cod cast that he listens to which I'll take. 'cause you know, people have their voices sometimes certain types of annoy people in other types of people in the way that people say things, and it's all subjective. Yeah. It's you know, it's personal preference. So Albert, thank you you or saying such nice to. So much for your lovely donation. You Goldstar list? Gold star listener Albert t. And if you want to get a hold of us you can Email us at misinformed. gmaiLcom? You can tweet at us at misinformed misinform pod. And you can also find.

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"ristori" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"Y'all listen Morgan radio, we had our own there all the time. Nanna Lynn call. She loves Mark stoops because he was on this show. She called us. She goes and that warp in Kentucky, they just keep touchy winning. I mean, she loves. That now in the Ristori one Hello cooter. We'll talk about football. So football. That was a ridiculous reductive win. When you say Kentucky football right now. Yeah. What enters the mind is so different from what used to enter that used to be Tilleke? Yeah. Now, it's they got shot to win the SEC's they'll Saturday night against a really good Georgia team coming off this unbelievable victory in Columbia, Missouri against coach them in. The tigers. All it looked like coach Odem Hatem. It looked like they had. But the resilience of the Kentucky. Wildcats look at this celebration. There's been a lot of great locker room celebrations, the stage. Oh, yeah. And the well coordinated fist pump, and the chant the chant is this. Get it. A bellies out of his sweater on. Those Nike monarch those, you know, Costco, shoes that are nice. They come out the bin. Where? No matter what kind of shoes you wear long as you win a game. This this might already be the greatest history season. The history Kentucky football fate up. Because so these are the games that. Look at this. So. It looks like the ceiling of the Paris. Berg Baptist church basement when bones and Joe bears. Scotty and me play basketball against we didn't have a goal we use the lower the that the thing that hung down. Go tore up. The whole sealant of the church. Momma wasn't happy. Well, that will also like the ceiling of the Fred old elementary school library when we had the science fair and boy Schoenholtz he accident launch does model rocket in the library. And it went. That'll leave a Mark up into the ceiling. Did he go space camp when you know, I wouldn't space cabin. But I don't know what the space camp McGee would space camp and. Will this leave the command commander, man? I I wanted to Kobe..

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"ristori" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

Coffee Podcast by Cat

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat

"He's a cultural institution? Yeah, people visit California. They wanna visit in and out because it's got this cool little feeling. They got the vibe, it gives you. There's a certain energy associated with it. You they have the secret menu for many. It's like there's all these cool things that make it almost it's like legendary in its own right. And in and outs thing isn't like we want to have the best hamburgers on earth? Nope, not about that. No cross it as another example us. We've used Disney over and over and over again, and although I have this love hate relationship with Disney as a company. Disneyland for me is still one hundred percent a cultural institution that I want to get behind, instill wanna love and same thing they're known for this is what the culture is. You go there to be to make happy memories, and it's like, every knows that's the plan. When you go there? Yeah, and Disney is, I mean, even as. Company, they are cultural institution and the really they're known for their magic and they're not really known for Disney mixed the best movies. The movies are really good. It's it's more broad spectrum than that, right. You can really limit yourself. I guess. Yeah, we doing we. We were doing. And we didn't know that until we were redoing everything. What this is great. I remember it was always like, yeah, four stores, twenty twenty all the stuff. And then we'll revisit like this. We get closer to that right? Be like a boom, blow it off off the roof. And then we'd also give you a little snippets of other dreams of ours that you know, we've shared a little bit on here, but I'm not gonna share ton because they could all change and I don't want people to be like, well, you said you were gonna, but it's like we do. We have all these crazy ideas and dreams of things we'd like to accomplish in do. And really those those three stores in that Ristori that original vision, it's still in play. And a lot of that had to do with financial viability, what we wanted to do to make our actual mission and vision happen because the truth is like we need a certain amount of capital to do what we want to do. And we've been pretty aggressive with expansion, not specifically just with locations, but in terms of what we've allowed people to do at our company, right. Like we have ABC. Normally high percentage of our staff and I'd call leadership. Yeah, and that's, that's a financial challenge. Right. And we're doing it for the foundation of the future, which is a big part of this. So while it's totally worth it for us, we are approaching things a little bit of a different manner. The other part is the reason we wanted to open these stores is like you said financial viability, it's to be able to sell fund. So we were like if we get this amount of stores open that we can sell fund our future instead of going back to the banks over and over and over again or to investors and so on and so forth. So all of that was part of the plan to be able to self support self sustain and really be as free as possible, which is essentially the same thing that our current vision does to its freedom to create with the boundaries of our vision or values which we'll get into and the boundaries of it. You still gotta make people feel better than they were before they interacted with us totally real stuff. Got some examples here from other companies. Oh, my chairs falling apart and straight. I think every company that's worth remembering has some sort of mission and vision that you can sink your teeth into funding..

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"ristori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ristori" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Mirren for that incite such wisdom i think he's he let's see i don't know if she's teaching a master class series he is so she teach one anheuser oh she's teaching in an act i think so and she says giving some wisdom dropping it may be a it will entice you to do one of those masterclasses in that movie winchester oh it's toast retail year above yeah i spent a lot of time talking about that care about branches to ristori houses still really cool thing i know go and see it in san jose south korea but yeah i i mean the movie day just said sank nurse or other pieces of wisdom that she said stand up for yourself follow your instincts believe in your instincts but always be careful i guess be careful of making the wrong decision it's quite easy to make the wrong decision what job should i do next shall i buy that house these decisions will have to make in light lau life but listen to your instincts a he's telling us to live life but yet be really cautious i feel yeah that was thank you for the now the wise platitudes helen mirren where it's like okay we'll be brave but i told him within reason but there were the reason everything in moderation by banks ari hollywood speak this giddy homes in guinea facts are looking for new york family home all there's no parker that which she i don't know with katie homes here in minneapolis you'll is assessed whereas you people these are us emails um they saric and cades with jamie foxx they went to a spin class and st louis park together they're together so there together near here i believe it and i say good for them i think that they both deserve heavy relationships in surrey crews adores jamie kadian surrey love you know having jamie with unmik you know she keeps under the little one kenner said wisely moving might as me move and i wanna tell you her acts was on on mr time iphone mr tom christmas that up what picked up what would what do you know what.

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