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How Harvard Grad Julie Hartman Went From Liberal to Conservative

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

How Harvard Grad Julie Hartman Went From Liberal to Conservative

"About your nexus with Dennis. How did you hear about Dennis and how on earth did somebody who was, I think, 21 at the time end up being the youngest person to solo substitute a national radio show in America. That was a really fun day, Seb, except that halfway through my first segment, my producer told me in my ear, and this is live radio, as you know, that governor Cuomo had resigned and that I needed to announce it on air. And I thought, are you kidding? This is my first time guest hosting national radio. I'm 21 years old and this breaking news has to hit, but that's why it's cold life radio, and that's why it's so much fun. It's like the military, every plan lasts for as long as first contact with enemy. And that's why what we do is so much fun. So tell us how it all started. Yes. So I was actually a liberal for most of my life. I told you that I am from Los Angeles, and I went to super lefty private schools, and then I went to Harvard. And so I was on the left until the summer of 2020 and it was really the Black Lives Matter riots that did it for me. And seeing, you know, people who I really respect succumbing to this radical racial ideology that the United States is inherently racist and that we have to defund the police. That just really shook me. And I thought, if this is the left, this is not who I am. So I decided to go online and Google what do conservatives think about police? And they're popped up PragerU and there were several videos. I think Larry elder's video was the first one I saw about policing and from there I just went down a rabbit hole and I realized, oh my gosh, I'm a conservative. Who knew? So I ordered all of Dennis prager's books and specifically his book on hang on, hang on all of them. You need a library to order all of Dennis's books. There are about, I think there are 9 of them. And I ordered them, but we were in quarantine SAP, so I had nothing better to do than to read, reread.

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Pastors, Stand for the Truth

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | Last month

Pastors, Stand for the Truth

"Pastors should be standing up for truth if you go to a church and your pastor won't talk about abortions. Then you need to go to another church. You need to find another church. I was listening to Marvin sapp, and I love Marvin SAP. If you listen to gospel music, if you care about anything, spiritual and the music realm, Marvin south is the goat when it comes to gospel music. I was listening to an interview on Vlad TV of Marvin Sam. And they asked marvins after question about homosexuality in the church. Now, I would respect him more if he just gave the explanation that the Bible says. You don't have to get in the hate nobody, disrespecting people because God is calling us the love everybody. But don't get weak when it comes to the gospel. You don't, we don't need to hear your opinion pastor. All you got to do is go to the Bible and read what the Bible says.

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Raymond Arroyo: Evidence That the Wise Men Are Real

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Raymond Arroyo: Evidence That the Wise Men Are Real

"Who are these guys Well they aren't kings coming from far kingdoms They would never have been able to pass through the Roman territories to get to Herod and to the baby So that's off the table Here's what my research revealed And this will blow your mind And I think the minds of all of us listening because I like you thought eh it's kind of a little flourish These are dramatic characters that kings come They do their gift drop off and they leave No they're either Persian priests in exile down in the kingdom of nabataea And look you've historians from the first century Justin martyr Clement of Rome tell us the wise men are from Arabia Well Arabia the headquarters of Arabia was this kingdom of Petra If they're not Persian priests more likely they were descendants of the first temple priesthood Now follow me on this I'll make it brief The first temple priest offered sacrifice in the temple in Jerusalem They were expelled 700 years before Jesus Where did they go To Arabia in exile So this may very well be members of this royal priest who had waiting for the messiah They see the star that confirms the prophecies of a messiah His scepter shall rise from Israel and they run off to see them But it's not just to do a gift drop by Those three gifts which by the way were only made in the kingdom of nabataea Frankincense gold mer frankincense and myrrh are derived from tree SAP which I had no idea I didn't know what they were made of But it's tree SAP trees only grown in southern Arabia And of course gold the gold mines midian king Solomon's mind same place archeologists will show you where it is It's in the kingdom of nabataea in the ancient world

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An Advent Prayer for Joy

Your Daily Prayer

02:58 min | 2 months ago

An Advent Prayer for Joy

"Dear savior, you are the giver of joy and new life. We celebrate you and honor you today. Thank you for your constant care for us. Thank you that we are able to access the fruit of the spirit joy because you came down to us. Thank you that at this time of year we are able to rejoice and be grateful for your precious presence with us. We praise you for coming to earth in humility as a newborn child. God, we can not begin to comprehend all that you have done for us. Just like the shepherds were simple people, lord, we are just regular individuals living life. But you have called us to greater things in your name. You have given us a purpose a calling and a mission to be part of your kingdom and to share that kingdom with others. May we not neglect the greatest joy of being your children and sharing your good news of great joy with others. Forgive us when we hide this joy and we keep it away from telling the world you tell us in Romans 1513 that you are the God of hope who fills us with joy and peace. You say in Felipe's four verse four to always rejoice. You tell us in psalm 60 11 that you make known the path of life and in your presence there is fullness of joy. You remind us that joy comes through gratitude. So Jesus we thank you today. We are grateful for the life that you have given to us for creating air, water, shelter, food, for your love, for our families, Friends, mentors, community for our jobs for our churches for the sun for the moon. For the perfectly established world to exist. For talents and for your great sacrifice on the cross, you are the creator. So we praise you for making joy. Lord for those of us who feel down and discouraged right now. When we are overwhelmed, tired or frustrated, help us not to sit in these states of mind, but depress into the gift of gratitude to do battle with the enemy and truly see even the smallest things in life as a blessing. Help us not miss the wonderful gifts from you because of hurts, losses, and discouragement. Guide us by your strength, choose joy and to fight for it each and every day. You say in psalm 30 verse 11, you have turned my morning into dancing. You have loosed my SAP cloth and clothed me with gladness. You tell us in Romans 1212 to rejoice in hope, be patient and tribulation be constant and prayer. Lord move me into joy that leads to singing.

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Konstantin Kisin Shares His Report From the Field in Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Konstantin Kisin Shares His Report From the Field in Ukraine

"What is your report from the field? What is the morale of the Ukrainians as far as I'm concerned as an outsider, any nation that suffered Stalin's attempted extermination of 8 million people who died in the holo madore will probably fight to the last man or the last 15 year old who can hold an AK. Do you feel that Ukraine is maintained its fighting spirit in this the 9th month of the war? Well, actually, I think it strengthened that and it's been very strengthened by the fact that they're making actual territorial gains. So they're taking back territory in both north and near heart of an in the south and Hasan. We've seen from the horse's mouth actually from both Vladimir Putin and the general he appointed in charge of the operation. They both said there are difficult news about the southern units. They're pulling out of that area of Ukraine so the Ukrainians are very much boosted by that. The difficulty is that, of course, we're about to head into the autumn or the fall season when moving around becomes very difficult. Everything is mud. So I think you're going to see a slowdown. But no, the Ukrainians have been galvanized and actually Vladimir Putin's revenge attacks against civilian infrastructure and hitting playgrounds as he did with missile strikes only a few days ago. I think of galvanized the Ukrainian spirit, even though I do think it will be very difficult winter because electricity has become a problem, waters is an issue heating and so on. But generally what we see, I think, and certainly as a student history, is that of course that takes its toll. But I think in terms of morale, certainly for Ukrainians, that isn't going to SAP their morality because it makes them all feel like they're part of one thing and the great irony, of course, is in the speech that Vladimir Putin made on the eve of the invasion in February, he talked about how Ukraine wasn't really a country. And as someone who is, you know, has family in Ukraine and has been many, many dozens of times and travels there regularly. I actually would agree that to some extent that was true. Ukraine was not a united society at all prior to the invasion. Well, guess what? Now it is.

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"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"So thank you all so much for being here as our listeners on crack the customer code. As we mentioned, crack the customer code is sponsored this season by forethought dot AI. So don't forget to learn more about human centered AI and how you can get a $100 gift card by visiting forethought dot AI slash C T, CC, which stands for crack the customer code. So thank you for being part of crack the customer code. We are also a proud member of C suite radio, so be sure to check out all the business content at C suite radio dot

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"Again so much for being here. And I can't wait to hang out in the metaverse with you. I can't wait. Thank you. Awesome. Thanks, Jen. Thank you. See, I told you Adam, we all have smiles on our face. We all have smiles on our face. You can't see them because our faces are obscured by our hologram glasses. But we are all smiling. That's right. We're smiling in real life and in the metaverse, all at the same time. It's pretty rad. It's pretty rad. Rad. We're in the metaverse using language from 30 years ago. It's coming back, I tell you. Everything. I think it's so fascinating to think about how really complex and complicated and big some of the challenges that gen tackles with her customers and how really it all comes down to, hey, if we understand each other better, we can deliver better experiences. So let's focus on understanding and let's make sure that we understand not just who our customers are. But what do they want us to know about themselves? I think that's going to be such an important question as we move into this next phase of customer experience. We have the tools. We have the ability to understand our customers at scale, particularly in a way we never could ten years ago. And it's an amazing time. We've talked a lot about AI, this season, and we're going to talk more about it this season as well. And, you know, the incredible opportunity we have to let customers not only determine their own path, but for us to understand that desire and help them achieve it is incredible nowadays. It really is. It really is so we know that you got a lot out of this and hope that you continue to use these ideas to continue to smile and spread that optimism throughout the world. Wouldn't that be awesome? I think that would be awesome.

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"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"Want. What we're starting to help customers more with is aligning data to the supply chain all the way through to the commerce and the transaction environment all the way through to the servicing environment. And then of course, when they align all of those areas, they're able to actually personalize and create delightful, meaningful experiences. So that when the brands connect and Genie, you know this better than anyone, the right interaction creates a raving fan base. But the wrong interaction, it's four to 7 X that, depending upon the quarter in the year. So that's what we're helping our clients with today is how do they combine all of those technology tools in order to get where they need to go for their customers? Awesome. Well, you know what? This has been amazing, Jen. Thank you so much. You know, we have been asking a final question of everybody this season. And we want to ask you, what delights you about working with customers? I am enamored with the amount of innovation that I see today in the marketplace. It surpasses anything I've seen in any previous years in the technology industry. And I chose the technology industry because I knew it would be fast moving and disruptive. What I see right now is nothing short of noteworthy. So I think the future is extremely exciting and it's sure a pleasure to be able to work with clients of all sizes to help them get what they are dreaming about in the future. Another optimistic answer. I love it. I love it. I'm happy now. I know, right? Right? You can't help it. So Jen, thank you so much for being here for sharing your wisdom with our listeners. If they want to reach out to you or learn more about you or SAP CX, what are the best ways for them to do that? For sure, you can reach out to SAP CX just look us up. We're there. And you can take a look at all of the amazing products that we have. And I think that at SAP, we've been in the industry for 50 years. And many customers and companies know about us on the ERP side of the world.

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"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"I also think that if you look at the metaverse, will you require things like virtual reality headsets, et cetera, right now, yes, who knows what the future looks like. I think that gets more accessible in the world will advance probably faster than we realize because the younger generation that's creating it, I think, has a perspective of around what they would like to do to interact with brands. But the more interesting thing that I think has happened that I would call the third pillar that's aligning right now is beat everyone that came out just during the pandemic where you had manufacturers going directly to consumers as opposed to having some sort of a business in between. So in the old days, we checked that B2B and B2C and now we talked about B to everyone and B2B to C that's the last piece that's aligning that will change how commerce is done. We'll change out transaction is done transactions are done. So it's no longer about just the actual purchase, but this phenomenon of a customer life cycle that I know some of us have been talking about in the industry for years will finally come to life. So you imagine in a metaverse if you could go back and actually show off the purse you buy it and you actually have a community of people that you identify with in the metaverse, it will create you going back to potentially purchase the next person or the next pair of shoes, et cetera using that example. You know, what's interesting about what you just said is that in a way, B to everyone actually means creating more almost micro communities, micro experiences where people can relate just to who they want to relate to, right? Like they don't have to go impress everybody, but they can go share that purse with the purse collector club that they're part of. And that actually will drive loyalty more than trying to get reaction from everybody. So it's this weird juxtaposition of, yes, you have to think about everybody. And I think the pandemic certainly accelerated that. But you also have to realize that part of the opportunity here is creating more places for people to find one another. And that's the part of, I think, the overall Internet that is so fascinating, but it's also you mentioned gaming. A lot of people don't game unless they're being social, right? Unless they're part of those communities while they're gaming. It's no longer an individual person. Yeah. And so I think there's so much around that that will be really interesting to watch and how brands handle that. And I'm curious what you're observing out there as far as there are so many competing priorities. And I know that SAP really is involved in so many different industries and just, I mean, amazing, amazing parts of our world. And so there are so many priorities around sustainability and digital transformation and all of those kind of big ideas right now that are tied directly to the experience that we're delivering customers. So what are you observing? What are you seeing that makes you excited about the future here? How are the best brands tackling those big goals? So I love that question. I think that brands right now realize the connectivity between the supply chain all the way back to the customer at the end of the day.

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"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"Examples I heard that got me excited about this idea was how some of the barriers that people have as kind of physical humans will go away a little bit. And one of the things that I heard was this woman who uses a wheelchair, she has a car that's set up for her. And so she can drive. And she said, you know, she is always nervous about going to a mechanic because she knows about her car, but they never trust her. And so she was excited about this idea of being in the metaverse and kind of having none of those immediate things matter and having those conversations in the metaverse. And then feeling that trust level go up to the point where then you can decide, okay, this is the person I'm going to go see now in the physical world because we built trust in the metaverse. And I thought that was so interesting and such a unique way to really look at it as an inclusive part of experience as well. I love it. That's actually really inspiring to hear because that was the first thing that jumped to mind to me too was just inclusivity overall and how to bring more people into a community marketplace to buy and make decisions and have their opinions heard as these brands shape their products and experiences over the years. Well, speaking of inclusion, give us your thoughts on, you know, I'm trying to imagine the transition to the metaverse. As we've seen the transition to digital transformation, I don't know what generation you are, the generation above me is shall we say a little more challenged by technology. My generation, genius generation, is obviously talking about this. She does not like what I love her in with me. Jeannie likes to think the breach is much greater than it is. But that's okay. But you know, it's such an interesting thing to wonder, I imagine your teenagers are just going to as soon as the metaverse starts becoming more accessible or just going to jump in with all the feet. What do you think that transition is going to look like with the difference in technological adaptation and different generations and also just this markedly different type of experience. I mean, to some degree, some of what we have now is an extension of the real world a little more, but this metaverses. I guess it'll mimic the real world, but that's going to be a whole new thing in other ways. Yeah, I agree with you. I think there's a couple of different factors coming into play in the stars are starting to align. So if you look back a couple of years, let's say ten years. I don't think that Apple and Samsung and some of the other manufacturers thought that cell phones would be owned by all of the generations that exist today. And that's what we're seeing now is that cell phones really are owned by all the generations that exist. And then you see smartphones. And now you see smart TVs and then you watched the broadband Internet companies actually lay out cable that we were all wondering why they had that fat cable going out and so that they could create the experiences for on demand that exist today with some of the streaming options that are available. So there's that piece. There's the technological advancements, but the accessibility that's starting to change because the price points for some of these devices are either a part of a new subscription model or business model or these companies are realizing that if they just change their revenue model and have a different mindset, they're able to actually drive some incredible delightful experiences that customers will pay for.

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"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"And what we can't misunderstand is that the availability of a channel to the marketplace doesn't necessarily mean that the connection is happening to the consumer. So I think those two things have to happen. I think that we have to think about the metaverse is a new channel just like TikTok or any other marketplace or connection to a customer, but it is also the availability of a channel opening up to interact and create connected experiences. So do you want to hear what I think a couple of the first ones might be? I do. Absolutely. Yeah. And I've been thinking a lot about this because I happen to have 5 children at home and I watch them. They're all teenagers. So I'm very bold to have 5 teenagers and work, and I actually think the work part is easier, frankly, than having another but when I watch them interact with the brands that they love. So as an example, a couple of them love gaming. When they're gaming, they are able in that virtual universe to actually try on backpacks and shoes and see how they feel and do they walk a little bit differently or does their character walk a little bit differently in the outfits that they've selected because there's new confidence that is bolstered in the character that they're creating. We're starting to see luxury brands that will allow customers to actually jump into something that they might create perhaps a beautiful garden or an artistic environment so that they can actually style outfits or see how a purse or a pair of shoes might go with that and outfit or a business suit that they might be looking at for a future interview that sort of thing. So that's the retail side of the house. But you imagine how this expands out to experiences and servicing, I remember during the pandemic, it was before the pandemic actually, it was really hard to get a healthcare appointment online. I mean, it was almost unheard of doctors wanted to see you face to face, but then all of a sudden during the pandemic, it's almost like someone casts their magic wand and all of the barriers that were there were suddenly gone. And we were all okay with meeting these professionals online. And I think the same thing is going to happen in the metaverse with experiences. So while retail consumer goods might be those first industries to pop in, perhaps you might have automotive next, what you'll probably see beyond that would be some of those personal experiences like healthcare, personal experiences like financial services. Could you buy a house just completely in the metaverse? I think we will be able to, in the future, and perhaps all of those people that are a part of that buying cycle actually help make that connection in the metaverse. So that's what I think that the future looks like. I love that idea of everything.

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"Advocate for inclusion and women in leadership rah rah and she is based in the Pacific Northwest. Jen, we are so thrilled that you're with us on crack the customer code and I personally am just so excited that you're here. Welcome. Thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be here. You know it's actually a beautiful day in Seattle. We don't get that many sunny days, but it happens to be that time of year, so I'm thrilled to be here with you. I'm so great to have you, Jen. And I want to dive right in and one of the things is working for SAP. It is such a big company. And you know, the complexity of the customer experience is just immense. So first I want to just start by asking you, what do you recommend to leaders out there to simplify CX to try to get your hands around it when it's so inherently complicated or at such a large scale? It's such a great question and I think that first, everyone needs to stop and actually make sure that they understand the experience that they're delivering for their customers. I read some statistic within the last year or so. And I'm sure it's changed post pandemic. But it was something like 70% plus of percentage of executives hadn't had a chance to actually demonstrate the experience within their own organization with something that they had personally experienced either in a store or online or through all different kinds of channels. And so I think the first thing that folks need to do is actually understand what experience they're currently delivering. And then look to see how they want to adjust it. So with that being a foundation, as you have businesses today, struggling to think about how they can gain a competitive advantage in the experience world, knowing where you're starting and then knowing where you'd like to go are the two endpoints that you need in order to solve for the middle.

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"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

Crack the Customer Code

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"sap" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code

"And now it's time for Adam and Jeannie. Adam, as you know, you are such an optimist. Am I right? Yes, actually you are. Thank you for that. Thank you for noticing. Yes, yes. I think we're both optimists in our own way when we look at the future of customer experience. And when we think about the potential of customer experience and how important it is for really the everyday lives of people. Would you agree? I would agree a 100%. It's a Brave New World in some ways, but it's also an exciting new world. It is. And I think the future is for the optimists. I'm going to trademark that. Future is for the optimists. Because the pessimists, they're going to be too worried about it. No matter what you do. Next time you trade speaking of pessimism, if you want to trademark something, maybe it should make sense. I'm just saying. Well, I do think there is so much about this work that we talk about that is challenging, and that can be overwhelming, especially when you're talking about large enterprises and complex customer experiences and all of those things. And we dig into that today with our guest, but there is this pervasive sense of optimism that I think is really compelling and something that every listener will walk away with a smile on their face today. And some great ideas. A great idea is that a 100% Jen, who you're about to introduce really shows, the opportunities that are that are technology is providing us in the sense of customer experience. And some of the opportunities, we dig into the metaverse Genie. We do. We do. There are all sorts of cool things happening.

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300 Documents Found in Trump Raid

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 6 months ago

300 Documents Found in Trump Raid

"President Trump had more than 300 classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, barks The New York Times this morning. And I said, huh? That's it. That's what they went in for 300 documents. They're like 300 documents left lying around at the DoJ outer office that have a cover on them, classified. And now, top secret, SCI sensitive compartment and information or special access programs SAP. TCI SAP's really important stuff. You can get someone killed if you let that go. But if you get a letter from Kim Jong that's been put published in the newspaper and they've been talking that the Kim Jong letter is there in the archives wanted it back. I'm not even sure that the archive gets that. Personal letter. And I'm not sure that the president doesn't get that. But in any event, that's not top secret. I don't care what they put on it. The whole letter been published. Everyone knows what's in it. There's lots of stuff that should not be lying around if it skips up. That sort of compartment and information, and only to be read in a skip facility. Since I'm compartmented information facility, it's secure against the spies of the world.

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Robert Wilkie and Sebastian Discuss the Treatment of Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 6 months ago

Robert Wilkie and Sebastian Discuss the Treatment of Trump

"Lemon of CNN had this to say about the raid cut 7. For the record, for the record, let's just be very clear about this. So that people don't get it twisted. If no one's after going after anyone, no one's treating anyone in the Trump administration, especially Trump, any differently than they treated other presidents. And no other president has had as egregious behavior as that, okay? So Rudy Giuliani says, no matter what he says, this is not a fascist state. This is the United States of America. Being treated exactly the same as every other president, I'm trying to remember when Jimmy Carter, George Bush, was raided in their private home. I'm thinking of somebody who ran for president, she never made it, but that's the key. The key is the 18 top secret SCI SAP documents that were on Hillary Clinton's private unsecured server to which the then director of the FBI Jim Comey said, he finds no intent. Therefore, they will not prosecute. That's the Comey standard. And explain why there's no such application of intent and also why a dirt of the FBI doesn't make those decisions. Well, the FBI director does not make judicial decisions. Those are either made by a court or told what to do by the attorney general, who is the next to the president, the chief law enforcement officer in the country. Misses Clinton was able to not only keep those records. She destroyed government property, did so with abandon, and that's at the same time she and her husband walked out with about $40,000 worth of White House furniture.

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Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System

"Served in the Trump White House as deputy assistant to the president for strategy. As a result of that political commission, yes, that is what we were called politically commissioned officers of the president. I had to go undergo a background investigation. And acquire a top secret SCI, clearance. The clearance system in America, it's different in other countries. Has a very specific genesis and purpose. The intelligence communities, the 17 big agencies, there are many, many other small ones inside various departments and armed services, but the 17 American federal intelligence agencies serve one person in government. Their job is to provide intelligence, raw, or finished intelligence, to help the president of the United States make national security and foreign policy decisions. That is the only reason they exist. In fact, the whole classification system for documents for clearances exists for the president. It doesn't serve the chairman of the joint chiefs. It is not subordinate to the Speaker of the House or the vice president. It serves the president. That is why, for example, the president can give a clearance to anyone he wishes to, likewise he can strip only he can strip a clearance from anybody he wants to. If he wants to give his best buddy from high school a top secret SCI, code word, SAP program clearance, he can. He can just click his fingers and make it happen, because this system works for him. It is predicated, it exists to serve him in protecting America as the commander in chief. Likewise, should he wish to strip someone in federal government in the executive as the chief executive, he can strip them instantly. So the idea that a president or former president is a misusing classified information is impossible. He could wrap his fish in chips in classified information. If he wanted to, he could declassify in theory every single classified document or piece of information in U.S. government, who caused chaos, but he has the power to do so.

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"sap" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:19 min | 6 months ago

"sap" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do not have time to go through 500 resumes. And all that does is SAP your confidence and all you hear is nothing and you think all I'm doing is throwing things into big black holes and nobody's listening. And when you're in a place of less confidence, then you'd like to have. We personalize everything. Well, I guess I'm not good anymore. I guess nobody wants me. The truth of the matter is when you start thinking about that process of applying to things online, you are very likely getting overlooked because the recruiter is overwhelmed. And so make sure only about 12% of people still to this day get their jobs online. And so it's easy because it's seductive and easy and it doesn't feel so it doesn't feel like you're being rejected. So directly. And so sometimes we focus so much on that, that we forget that people hire people. They don't hire word attachments. They hire human beings. And so if you're putting all your eggs in that basket, it's going to take you a very long time. The second part of the black hole is recruiters. Most people do not understand the role of a recruiter. A recruiter's role job is not to find you a job. They're hired by companies to find people. And so when you reach out to recruiters, people say to me all the time. Well, I sent my resume to recruiters, and they didn't do anything for me. I'm like, of course they didn't. You don't pay them. I mean, you've got to follow the dollars. Recruiters get paid by companies to find a selection of candidates that might be a fit for their job. And so they are not, they do not have time to talk to you to network with you to answer all your calls. So we misunderstand the recruiter's role, therefore we become disappointed in them. And then, so when we say, so between online and recruiters, that's about 25% or so of people get their jobs. What about the rest of it? It's networking. And networking is the next one. But one of the things I want to make a point here too on mistaken number four is you have to follow up. If you have an interview, you've got to follow up. You got to send your thank you note. If you apply to a job online and you don't hear anything, go on LinkedIn, find somebody who works there. See if you can figure out a person to follow up with. And don't just assume no news is bad news. No matter what is going on, you have to keep this follow up loop going with your networking contacts with your interviews because it's I'll tell you one of the biggest frustrations of a job seeker is that companies are so darn rude because they don't respond. They don't and a lot of cases get back to you after an interview. And so you're left out there wondering what's going on in it is a we talk about ghosting and one of the things that we've seen in this job market is job seekers have doing things like, yeah, I'll come in for that interview, then they don't show up. Or they don't return call. Or they don't show up on the first day of work. And so the tables have turned as far as goats and goes. And job seekers are saying companies have been doing this to us for years. So bad form, I do not recommend it. Come back and we must pause and we'll

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How AJ's Father Found Their Home in 1966

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:29 min | 7 months ago

How AJ's Father Found Their Home in 1966

"My father gets a flat tire driving out to Long Island to go look for a good fishing spot. And Long Island, especially in that area, is right off the great south bay. Which a couple of bridges later leads you to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, fire island, Jones beach, beautiful, beautiful spots, especially back in the 60s. So gets a flat tire, starts walking down the block, calls snedeker avenue, which is named after an Indian tribe. Because Long Island is filled with algonquin and Iroquois Indian folklore. And as he's walking, he notices these model homes that look nice. Now, back in Brooklyn, it's me, my mother and my father, my two sisters, rose Lee in The Rain, living in a two bedroom apartment on 80th street, 16, 26, 80 street. Not ideal, but it was a wonderful place to be born in Brooklyn is Brooklyn and I love it to my till I die. But to think that for $24,000, he could have a home with three bedrooms and a backyard big enough for a pool. And maybe live on the water or the canal, it was too much. And my father had come up on this model home when he came back to Brooklyn, got his flat fixed, did some fishing in the area because back then, there were no bulkheads, you could walk down the street and some streets didn't even have asphalt. It was just dirt, and you get right to the great south bay, you could walk into the great south bay. Clam go from muscles, cramps, fish, and my dad did just add and came back and brought a few fish home and some clams, and he told my mom, I got much more for you than what's in this SAP. There's some homes. We need to look at. And they went back a week later or so and he showed my mom and his father, my grandfather, who was still alive back then. And my aunt Mary, his sister, where we could live, and you can imagine these people who rarely left bensonhurst Brooklyn. What this new idyllic community looked like. And it was beautiful.

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Alex Berenson Talks About Weed and It’s Crushing Effect on Society

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 8 months ago

Alex Berenson Talks About Weed and It’s Crushing Effect on Society

"With us right now is Alex berenson, who deserves a lot of credit for his research throughout the entire pandemic and kind of being a contrarian data focused voice, which I think he deserves just our praise because he became a great cost for him personally and professionally Alex welcome back to the program. Charlie, thanks for having me. Alex, I want to talk to you about a different book though than your commentary on COVID. And it's just interesting because our audience has mixed views on this. My view is pretty well known. I'm not a fan of marijuana or weed, I think that there's an untold story around the consumption of marijuana that isn't always highlighted in the media. You wrote a book called tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence. Tell us about the arguments you make in the book. Tell us why you wrote the book and did you come into like beginning with any sort of opinion before you went on your research journey? Sure. So tell your children came out in 2019 about three and a half years ago now almost. And I wrote it over the previous couple of years, my wife is a psychiatrist, a forensic psychiatrist, actually. So that means she deals with the criminally mentally ill. Mainly. And she had seen a lot of patients who had committed crimes under the influence of cannabis. And sometimes other drugs too, but and sometimes alcohol. But cannabis really was the thread that was common in all of these. So she encouraged me to look at this connection and, you know, I'd been a reporter for The New York Times for ten years and I'd covered mainly the pharmaceutical industry, but I really didn't have much of a view about cannabis legalization. I'd used a handful of times in my life, but it was not a drug that I'd used a lot or cared particularly about. Either way. And what I found was that she was right. You know, of course she was right. She treated these people. And knew what she was looking for and knew what had happened. But there's a huge body, a huge and growing body of scientific research that canvas really is dangerous to a lot of people's mental health. It's not just that it can SAP your motivation or make you sort of fat and lazy, these sort of these tropes about stoners. It's that if you use too much, especially at a young age, if you started a young age, if you start in your teens, your early to mid teens and you use heavily. And it is addictive, so people will, you know, a lot of people wind up using more than they think they're going to use. You can have psychotic episodes, and you can sometimes some people probably people with a genetic predisposition, although it's not always clear, may develop permanent psychosis, a permanent psychotic condition known as

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Biden's 'Powerful' Economic Sanctions Are Not as Powerful

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Biden's 'Powerful' Economic Sanctions Are Not as Powerful

"Wanted to assure you last night that we are imposing powerful economic sanctions And I want to assure you that the Europeans mostly are we're going along but we're not doing anything that would result in truly crushing what the Russians are doing which we should be done Here's what Biden said briefly cut 16 go Together along with our allies we are right now enforcing powerful economic sanctions We're cutting off Russia's largest banks in the international financial system Preventing Russia's Central Bank from defending the Russell Rubin Why don't she cut off hey mumbler Why don't you cut off all their banks Um What are you cutting off their biggest bank How about cutting off all their banks Go ahead Making Putin $630 billion war fund worthless Choking Russia's access His work fund is not worthless if we're not cutting off all the banks Go ahead Choking Russia's access to technology that will SAP its economic strength and weaken its military for years Their technology for years to come We're trying to deal with what's happening this moment in the moment In the moment Joe

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"sap" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on WTOP

"On the 8th to Joe Conway in the TLP traffic center Starting off in the district they've confirmed they've reopened D.C. two 95 SAP out of the crash to investigation or police investigation I should say with sampan at east capital street and for a long time they were diverting traffic they now tell us they've reopened the travel lanes and most of your delays have eased on that southbound trip Elsewhere in the district looking for a crash in northwest on Chevy Chase circle at the district Montgomery line which are just now responding going into Maryland Baltimore to Parkway slows northbound leaving four 50 tour reported crash north of four ten nearly good luck road overpass SAP and you may be slowing to look had also delays on the Parkway northbound leaving greenbelt most of the way toward powder mill is south down from 32 toward one 97 those should be typically typically volume delays have an earlier crash on 50 westbound west of four ten that's been cleared belly delays on the added of Montgomery county leaving college park and stretches toward Georgia avenue ended up so those old Georgetown road often on toward Connecticut avenue nothing currently reported blocking the roadway for you Driving in Virginia on 95 going south you're slow leaving New England to most of the way toward the aka quant north and delays come out of dump race towards woodbridge We are told the easy pass lanes are fully north down on 95 and three 95 earlier crash into Baltimore was 29 and 15 north then your broad run church road that's been cleared we're told delays remain close in at a report of a crash in Alexandria on seminary road west of three 95 police were still with it at last report still closed an Arlington county about 27 Washington boulevard between the memorial bridge and one ten for a police investigation there Crashing Tyson's was on one 23 north end with about 7 brought to by Marlo furniture's incredible three day mega mattress sale event finder I comfort Simmons beauty rest and Tempur pedic mattress styles all on sale of Marlow plus get up to 60 months no interest I'm joking with WTF traffic Now two storm team four meteorologists Michelle Grossman After that miles down Friday it is bitterly cold today with the also but enjoying lots of sunshine temperatures in the upper 20s to low.

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"sap" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Mean it's very suspect Yes That's a good word It's not known to give money to people just for nothing No and as we know it's been what's how many weeks since Mark Meadows was sent was sent to the DoJ happy weeks We were 41 days last week So we're at 7 8 weeks Yeah Listen I was a little confused The check itself said stormy Meadows I got a little lost A little bit lost a little bit confused It's coincidence And it was the largest donation made by save America pack which by the way the acronym is SAP Just so you know those kids that are giving them money if they literally are calling you saps Buddy It is It's total it's total bugs bunny Yeah it was in December that DoJ sent the thing to I'm sorry Congress sent it to the DoJ The SAP pack also gave $1.35 million to other political allies including lieutenant governor Dan Patrick from Texas and Herschel Walker who should never ever ever ever ever ever be anywhere near political power Hey man He runs a football well and he does lots of push ups and sit ups Well that's all that's required to make matters then And his MMA record was not so good Well he and Marjorie three toes could have fun at CrossFit Justine on Twitter says that she has a new name for Marjorie Taylor Greene spark foot.

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Rihanna is pregnant, debuts bump on stroll with A$AP Rocky

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Rihanna is pregnant, debuts bump on stroll with A$AP Rocky

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"sap" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Them SAP them of energy The most common energy depleting activities seems to be pushed sleep scheduling One in two people also blamed lawn work hours or staying inside too much during lockdowns 46% say that there is actually due to too much screen time 7 in ten 69% claim working from home is mess with their sleep schedule Nearly half believe that spontaneous conversations with coworkers help keep them upbeat and alert which is one of the reasons I'm so happy to have Sean and Nate and enjoy some back in the studio with me Although we got some of them we got a whole I've been buying these things online though these same day the 15 minute COVID test kits And we did our tests this morning and so far so good backward We're our own little bubble and frankly we need to be doing the same thing So this thing is coming It's coming is coming fast It's coming hard is on a car And for those people in red counties where we have death rates between three and 6 times higher than in blue counties Trump counties versus Biden counties For those people in red counties who are refusing to get vaccinated because they think oh you know I don't get sick or I can take vitamin C or there's always that horse case This is gonna.

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BBB Includes Major Investments in Housing Affordability

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:44 min | 1 year ago

BBB Includes Major Investments in Housing Affordability

"There is in the House version of the build back better Bill, a $170 billion for affordable housing and homo SAP. I've spent much of the show today replaying my interview from Friday's podcast with Michael shellenberger, the author of San Francisco, why progressives run cities a man of the left, he studied homelessness in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and LA, it would be a disaster. The problem will only get worse if that money is passed by the Senate, where is the build back better version of the bill right now in the Senate, Jake Sherman? Well, a few things to note, I have to imagine that housing money will be in there that's very important to progressives and very little as we've discussed very little going to change in the Senate. But here's what I would say. Kirsten sinema and Joe Manchin are both saying both of them that they don't believe this bill is going to pass until 2022 and that's probably 22 and that's all you need to know because they are the key here. And if whatever they say goes, I would say that is as simple as it is. So at some point pretty soon, Chuck Schumer is going to have to contend with that reality and kind of get wrapped his head around what's next. Now, on the other hand, there's a lot of uncertainty about what will end up in this bill. Number one, the immigration provisions, you are just all are just very uncertain at this point. And I have to imagine that in the next couple of days, maybe a week we will hear from the parliamentarian nonpartisan kind of balls and strikes arbiter of what can be in a reconciliation bill about what could go in. So that is kind of what we're looking at this week when it comes to BBB.

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Joe Biden Announces Travel Restrictions Following New COVID Variant from South Africa

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Announces Travel Restrictions Following New COVID Variant from South Africa

"Take a listen to this guy I mean he was in rare form today even for Joe Really do wonder what happened before he was wheeled out and tuck it and you know the SAP said hey goes something to say something about the variants Plus I mean you can get excited because we're gonna get an issue who travel restrictions and you can talk about locking people down and mandating vaccines again And that was his inspired approach today The Nantucket The president came out to advise that he was restricting travel Which is interesting because even in what he said there he said South Africa and 6 other countries I somewhere along the way it turned out to be 8 in total So you know old Joe Not sure if Who knows You know maybe it was what do you think Susan Rice Google went ahead and added in another country or I don't know Nothing to worry about nothing to see there Our fearless leader has the new variant of concern Under control

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"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Its newer suite of offerings It follows on from last week when the German software giant raised its full year revenue forecast a promising sign that the company's turnaround plan is taking holds SAP shares are up almost 12% so far this year We're joined now by the CFO of SAP Luka mutant Luca great to have you on with us this morning Good morning to you So in terms of the acceleration of the cloud sales I'm sure that this is something that comes up very frequently when you see the kind of numbers that SAP post But do you expect this pace this momentum of the sales to continue into next year To you Danny and thanks for having me indeed I mean we are extremely confident about the momentum in our cloud business We just came off the bag of an extremely strong to three where we actually had the biggest cloud order entry growth for Q three and 6 years We see all of the key metrics in the cloud accelerating cloud revenues up to 20% growth in Q three coming off 17% in Q two our current cloud backlog which is the key forward looking metric for future growth in the cloud as likewise accelerated by two percentage points sequentially Here more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live or Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings Life from New York City for our audience worldwide on TV and radio This is Bloomberg surveillance alongside Tom Keane I'm Jonathan Ferro together with Katie Lee So at least the back with us on Monday a long weekend for Lisa all time highly equity market It has nothing to do with the fact that Lisa took the day off All time highs on the S&P yet what's in a couple of basis points to one 67 84 near highs of the year on twos on 5s in the bond market We'll talk about that a little bit later We need to talk about foreign policy and the president of the United States and as one big issue Taiwan Take a listen to what he had to say China Russia and the rest of the world knows we have the most powerful military in history of the world Don't worry about whether we're going to be more powerful but you do have to worry about is whether or not they're going to engage in activities or put them in a position where there may make a serious mistake It's on the president was asked then would he defend Taiwan And he said yes straight up blunt one word yes I have the memory John Of misses Shanghai shek coming into Congress I remember vaguely seeing it on TV a million years ago And this is something that's haunted us for 60 or 70 years is all sorts of great great scholarship on that And all I can say is a sensitivity here absolutely extraordinary We've had secretary chow out at the milken conference and John she from Taiwan visibly shakes when I talk to her about this pledging to protect Taiwan going on to say this was the quote from the president Tom I don't want a Cold War with China I just want to make sure China understands that we're not going to step back We are not going to change any of our views Well yeah we're not going to change our views but you know the delicacies here John again in the chill from both parties there are extraordinary one theme that's out there and this was in Washington John and IMF World Bank the idea of the president simply unilaterally bringing back TPP just to shake the Chinese up So foreign policy issues on the one side Tom and then as the whole tax issue I think if you're waking up this morning wondering what's going on with taxes After that town hall was CNN Last night I don't think anyone's got it I don't even think you think Anne Maria You can ask him what he wants because you're right In a Friday here our tax expert on surveillance and Maria's total chaos George Bush senior's career went down in flames on tax policy Is the president's career going to go down in flames because of this present tax argument I'm certainly not going to be able to look into a crystal ball and tell you that just yet Tom but it is confusing The president yesterday at this town hall saying that these don't have the votes to raise corporate and personal income taxes What we did know learned though yesterday what's going on in Congress is that Kirsten sinema who met with Richard Neal the head of the chair of the House ways and means committee is that there does seem to be a little bit of a workaround and she does want a path forward She said to chairman Neal this has got to pass She is on board with renewables She is on board with child tax credit expansion but how do they do it The question I woke up to and I was saying last night and this is kind of what senator Warren said to me yesterday in Congress Can you imagine the Democrats have The White House the house the Senate and the Trump era tax cuts live through it all Okay but I'm going to cut right to the chase That's what I'm looking at John pick it up here I know you're really interested on this John I'm sorry They have the house They have the Senate Barely barely barely precisely And that's the issue at play right now Anne Marie It doesn't matter what your position is on all of this The data is the data the.

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"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You an hour and a half into Europe's trading session and it is read on the board The stock syrup 600 is down three tenths of a percent here in the UK You're seeing losses of four tenths of a percent down 27 points The kaki haunts is in similar territory a slightly worse picture over in Spain The ibex down 8 tenths of a percent on a sector bisector basis You do have some green in some of these sectors personal care is gaining close to 1% real estate is also just eking out some gains Bottom the list though you got basic resources banks and industrials You have a slate of earnings that have gone through today You've got Scandinavian banks You've also had Barclays Unilever SAP as well so investors weighing up the earnings picture of the impact of inflation as well on their radar In terms of what we got from Asia the MSCI a specific blended down at 7 tenths of a percent bit of a mixed picture on the mainland in China weighing up concerns about evergreen that could be on course for a default this weekend Down two tenths of percent on the Shanghai comp in your currency space the Bloomberg dollar index is gaining up a tenth of a percent Euro dollar currently at one 16 down similar territory on the back of that dollar strength The ten year over in the U.S. currently at one 64 1.64 is the yield on the U.S. ten year In the commodity space Brent is training at $85 for the Brent price and cryptocurrencies as well You're looking at Bitcoin is 65,000 dollars per Bitcoin All right well coming up in about 30 minutes time here on London DAB it is Bloomberg surveillance that early edition Miller Kayleigh Lyons in Anna Edwards joining us now from Berlin is Matt Miller I have to say I'm really excited about your interview with the CEO of Norway sovereign wealth fund because what is it They own something like one and a half percent of all global stocks Yes they own more stocks than anyone else in the world Which I think is totally cool as well Tron grant is the deputy CEO of Norway's sovereign wealth fund And they're in the middle of a shift because they might have to divest some of their big carbon emitters like Exxon and Chevron They had a new government elected last month and as this new government comes in center left government they're going to push Norway's biggest well fund in the world's biggest owner of stocks to change its holdings So that's like that causes some real wake And the other thing is they are excited about getting other wealth funds other sovereign wealth funds on board even like PIF out of this Saudi Arabia which would be insane if you had ten or $20 trillion worth of Simon well funds say we're going to divest from our carbon emitters So I'm excited to talk to him as well but as Tom said we have so many earnings that we can't ignore You had Barclays coming out which is important to our viewers a lot of them will be getting bigger bonuses now You had ABB the biggest weight right now in the stock 600 it makes robotics heavy electrical equipment automation technology And it's worried about supply constraints So it's down it cut its outlook Unilever the maker of my favorite food in the world hellman's mayonnaise as well as dove's open Ben and Jerry's ice cream It says that inflation is going to last at least another 12 months At least another 12 months So all of that plus SAP is out with earnings You know it's not a $180 billion company and it's traded in New York as well So very important to watch even if no one really understands what SAP does Can I just say QP manets definitely superior to hellmann's Are you serious Is there a's out there that you honestly feel is better than hellman's mayonnaise Japanese mayonnaise the best I promise you can send you some I'll try it But I'm doubtful I've never on 47 years old soon to be 48 I've never had anything better And mostly I can't stand other quote unquote mainly It's mostly salad dressing you know Fair enough All right Matt we've got to expand your palate here We're looking forward to catching that on Bloomberg surveillance early dish and I promise they'll probably be less Mayo chat on that show that's coming up next year on London DB digital radio And for our U.S. listeners you can catch Matt and Paul swe hosting Bloomberg markets at ten a.m. Okay from condiments to banking Buggers makers made the most of the booming deals market They helped to offset more muted earnings that it's trading as units so that was in the third quarter investment banking fees rose almost 60% to close to a billion pounds following the strong performance of U.S. peers and as had predicted 775 million pounds in revenue from this business Revenue from fixed income training though that plunged 20% as the rally that drove record profit a year ago faded Our colleagues and Edwards and Mark cardinal spoke to the Barclays CEO just Stanley earlier this morning I mean I think overall the investment bank had a had a very solid quarter In investment banking fees and the primary side whether it's advisory debt capital markets equity capital markets we had the highest quarter in the history of Barclays And in the markets business they continued with very strong profitability And you'll have mixes between thick and equities and in other parts of the business But overall we were very pleased you know we delivered a record 7 billion pounds year to date Barclays has never been this profitable and has never been as well capitalized in the markets business has done its part Good morning Jessica Guys clarify you kind of see the underperformance of your key fixed income business which has been such a strong point for Barclays in the past It's missed estimates again is down You see this is cyclical and not something they need to be worried about There's no cost cutting that area no plan to restructure it There's no particular plan to kind of fix that business You don't see it as needing to be fixed Right now the investment bank is the most profitable part of the bank's overall operating platform It's done exceptionally well during the course of the year We have a great team I think we manage risk very well So you know when you're delivering plus 15% levels of profitability I think you stay with the team that you have on the field and we feel fine In the overall capital markets it has grown in size significantly over the last couple of years as central banks have injected liquidity to provide financing for customers and clients around the world That capital markets is not going to shrink And so I think you want to have a markets.

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"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is doing its job in terms of manufacturing these devices TSMC is doing its job in terms of producing the Apple design processors So what we're going to need to see here is increased diversification in order to mitigate these problems Apple's stock slipped in late trading Meantime SAP raised its full year revenue forecast on accelerating cloud sales It's considered a promising sign amid the company's turnaround plan Hong Kong has suspended schools and shut down the stock market during the morning session It's due to typhoon comp pasu lashing the city with strong winds and rain In China the city of Beijing has postponed auctions of 26 land plots Hangzhou has scrapped bids of another 17 this week These moves come as China pushes efforts to cool down the housing market Chinese property developers is suffering credit rating downgrades at the fastest clip in some 5 years Concerns are mounting about contagion among developers with huge debt cynic holdings has become the latest real estate firm to warn of imminent default Let's check the markets The CSI 300 is down two tenths of 1% The hanxing index did not trade this morning we'll see about the afternoon session The Nike is down two tenths of 1% and dalian now one 13 40 Global news 24 hours a day live and at Bloomberg quick take brought to buy 2700 journalists and analysts from a 120 countries around the world In Los Angeles I'm Brian Curtis This is Bloomberg.

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Why the Virginia Governors Race Matters to Democrats

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Why the Virginia Governors Race Matters to Democrats

"I'm joined now by josh cross. Our josh i have a theory. The only way to stop the democrats from spending two trillion three trillion four trillion. It's for terry mcauliffe to get beat by ten points. What do you think of my theory that. The virginia governor's race matters. And how congress decides these massive tax hikes and spending bills. Well look you the time. Line the political time line that was unted because of the president biden and close over over the last week. It's october thirty first. They wanna get this this deadline for the reconciliation and the infrastructure bill. That's very optimistic. If it even goes a few days late you got that. Virginia governor's race and mcauliffe loses in the polls are extremely close in virginia. I mean that would sap any momentum loss democratic loss in virginia whatsapp any momentum to get anything done as it stands now having. Terry mcauliffe is very aggravated. That democrats didn't have a deal last week because the the perception of democrats divided not getting what they promised done and the left wing of the party. Virginia's a moderate state democratic they these days but it's a moderate state and the notion that you have. Afc squad pramilla giant paul holding the whip hand in the party gets the moderate is not a good look. It's not what terry mcauliffe wants with closing week. Virginia

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"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Experienced versus the Internet have nots Where I went to in the Arkansas Delta which is about a couple hours outside of Little Rock very remote very rural parts high poverty rates low density population and only recently one of the Internet providers I talked with had just turned off their dial up Internet which they had been charging 50 cents per hour since 1995 It's just a different world You don't realize that they can't stream Netflix there They can't do zoom They can book a COVID appointment if they don't have Internet access And so what I want to show with the story is what it looks like on the ground as Washington considers tackling this digital divide with the infrastructure spending bill which is making its way through Congress right now is through the house as well And they're considering spending tens of billions of dollars on broadband deployment subsidies and giving us potentially the best shot in many years at really narrowing the gap And the big debate is how do we actually do that What technologies do we invest in What's the best bang for our buck And the story shows what it's like what the reality is like in places like rural Arkansas and what you saw in the catskills of how much it takes to actually close that divide with infrastructure on the ground Well how much does it take Because in order for my Friends and I actually spent a lot of time Saturday night talking to them about this because this was the first time I had visited them in the 7 years that they've lived up there that they had high speed Internet Every other time they've relied on a satellite to actually get them Internet access and they were capped at 15 gigs a month which is really nothing I mean people use 15 gigs a month in a day if they're streaming something high definition or in a couple of days And I wonder about the way that technology has changed because they actually got cable laid down which is very expensive But you see companies like Starlink Elon Musk's satellite company being able to offer potentially lower cost solutions So what's the technology needed here How much does it cost So if the Arkansas delta the big debate is how much do you spend on fiber which is the gold standard That's what you have with every high-speed Internet pretty much in heavier wealthier urban part of America at this point Or do you invest in sort of a riskier technology like Elon Musk's star late satellites which orbit lower part over the earth and SAP coverage from space there's 5G home Internet which is sort of a home based version of what you get from say T mobile or AT&T or Verizon Or there were fixed wireless tools which like citizen broadband radio service which is actually what a bunch of the local Internet providers and Arkansas are using these days It's a wireless spectrum historically used by the U.S. Navy to sort of beam radar transmissions and the FCC has repurposed that spectrum for commercial use allowing local players to beam Internet coverage using radio antennas which sounds kind of old school but it works for up to 6 miles It's not as fast or reliable as fiber but it gives decent speeds and cost of fraction of physically wiring up every home in America And so that's really comes down to this cost benefit analysis of enrollment Arkansas I'm told it can cost 50,000 or more to get a fiber optic cable late into the ground and that's not including trenching costs or construction et cetera and so how much are you willing to invest in that versus the far cheaper but maybe less reliable technology that might not be relevant in ten years That might need to be eventually replaced in fiber He Austin what's the other side of this coin here The economic cost of not having these more than 100 million Americans connected with broadband Internet Yeah it's a tragic cost I'm not sure if it must be difficult to quantify but it's something that the reason there has been more emphasis on this subject is because the COVID-19 pandemic prior to the pandemic a lot of folks had said that any infrastructure Bill that came up it was always about investing in roads or bridges or railroads And when I talked to the rural broadband association they just kept saying hey it's also in addition to roads and bridges It's also broadband And that didn't change the Congress's perspective on that didn't really change until the COVID pandemic when suddenly they realized employers couldn't have people working from home because they couldn't access zoom or kids could work from home and do their homework because they didn't have Internet access But that's why this debate is really coming to the forefront right now in the infrastructure Bill of trying to solve that digital divide because man we saw that during the pandemic that the U.S. is just not prepared for a remote society That's Bloomberg news technology reporter Austin Carr So many images at the beginning of the pandemic when kids went to remote learning of kids outside of McDonald's or in Austin talked about outside of community center because that's where high speed Internet was the image of kids having to have fans on them because they were outside in hot weather I mean it's a stark reminder of where we are as a country when it comes to the digital divide Exactly It's definitely too a must read You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek coming up We're going to welcome in business week features editor max chafkin who is out with a new book.

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The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained

ICYMI

01:48 min | 1 year ago

The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained

"Just in case. You haven't seen this yet. We're talking about a kind of creepy kind of charming little dancing ladd. Who sings about berries and cream and has completely endorse old tick-tock. Well that little ad is obviously benny from the boxcar children. Benny one of the bucks for children has a very big obsession with berries and cream. Much like all of our listeners. Here's a note from maria says okay. I've not been on and maybe a day and a half and now everything is berries. Increase cream slush. Little ad helped that spelled h. a. l. p. i feel like i'm too old for tick-tock yet still young enough to use that spelling help maria. That's that's a really excellent way to describe microgeneration halley by email said. Please help me with the little lad. Why is it over my sap. What does it mean is it a simple of our collective spiral into madness. All these questions are very pressing meet wants us to explain why they saw the berries and chromatic talk wants two weeks ago and now therefore you pages berries and cream mashed up with my chemical romance and mariah carey and frankly before we go any further. Now that i know it exists. I simply need to hear what berries and cream and mariah carey mashed up sounds like berries and cream knew it was coming. It's still brought me joy. That's the thing about these mashups. Is that whenever you see them on your sap it's always someone being like. Who made this audio and so you know something is coming and yet. It's always just a delightful little

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Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

Kottke Ride Home

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly

"If you live on the east coast of the us especially in new york or pennsylvania and see a visually striking spotted lantern fly. The state governments would like you to forget any humane ideas about carefully moving it from one spot to another and instead to immediately kill it the spotted lantern fly is an invasive pest that is not native to the us and apparently is threatening to over seventy of the plant species that feeds on feeds on meaning draining sap and leaving them weakened and vulnerable to disease among those species. Is the atlantis autism or tree of heaven which the new york times points out is best known as the tree from betty. Smith's nineteen forty-three novel. A tree grows in brooklyn but this pernicious beast who has delicate grey wings spotted in black with a bonus set of bright red wings also spotted with black underneath. I arrived in the us from asia seven years ago and entered new york city last year. During the pandemic environmentalists ecologists are encouraging people to kill the bugs site because they have no natural predators here and no organic pesticides that can take them out here. New york the department of agriculture is additionally asking people to submit the location where you found the lantern fly on their website in pennsylvania. If you're caught moving the insect from one location to another you could be fined. Abort from the destruction these little lantern flies could cause on native species. Governments are being so intense because they know that the lantern flies are quite striking. They're not the kind of bug most people would want to kill. Unlike some other invasive species like the asian longhorn beetle that caused a massive deforestation throughout new york in the late nineties. According to the new york times

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Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power

The Mini-Break

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power

"Amerada. Keanu is that good hits the backhand with ease when she has time to set on the forehand lookout can change directions off both wings is fluid out of her. Corners is a reluctant but competent. Volleyer more than fine. She just the way. She springs her legs into the serve. The way she keeps her back swings condensed on the return of serve. She can do it all and so again when we look at this matchup for rod kanye moving forward in the final against leyla fernandez. Two players playing with house money. And i posited this theory and this worming to end the show. Because i gotta go do some knoxville stuff. So i do apologize again for the lack of complete Analysis like we've had on some of her past recaps but it's interesting to note you know the players ages twenty two to twenty eight. They grew up watching caroline. Wozniacki reach world number one but just take lump after lump in the grand slams and just you know again have to deal with the pressure and the narrative of the pressure over and over again until she broke through. Same deal with simona hal. Made what three four grand slam finals before. She was able to capture her first title. And you just see you know. Repeatedly players like please give who in her prime and was at the top of the game win so many of these players were watching the sport closely sheesh struggled with the pressures and i think too you know. The players sap lincoln older the benches of the world that socrates of the world. They think they're supposed to struggle with the pressures and they put this additional pressure on themselves because they say well. That's what the orcs always been. That's always been the narrative and while. I'm less certain of that. Half of my theory theory when i am very certain of is. That's not the case with fernandez. That's not the case with rodney keanu. That's not the case with coco goff. They grew up in the wild west air

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"sap" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"sap" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"You could have someone who's been a. We've been long crypto for five ten years made a fortune right and hasn't hedged it the whole way and is now worth so much money. Maybe i should consider hedging air and they do risk reversals. Around a percentage of crypto. Explain to people what risk reversal is risk for. Both of those where you buy put options. You have protection if the things sells off because you have the right to sell it at the strike and fund the premium the premium. That put cost you. You get that premium by setting a call option out of the money right and the great thing about crypto is crypto often trades with a cool skew rather than put skew so in. Sap doing that in your equity portfolio normally up to pay a lot against the olds because the whole the whole world wants to buy puts in the whole world wants to sell. 'cause you're having to pay up for that protection. The great thing about crypto market is actually because of the lack of adoption. Still and they're not people like using call options to speculate in crypto call up trade quite high and especially in things like theory right now call options are really high relative options. Yeah particularly like six to twelve months out. So you can have large if their portfolio that you've had since was a two hundred theorems now nearly at full thousands. You've done pretty well. Yeah and you could save yourself right. I'm going to buy a load of three thousand puts in fifty percent of my notional of what i'm long and i'm going to sell whichever cooler premium back right and even if we go up and block through that call strike. I wanna give half my position. And i do a level that maybe is another fifty percent higher in two months basically right whereas if we roll over and go back below three thousand. I'm locked in. I don't lose anything below three thousand basic so long since two hundred wherever is right so you. It's great because you can tailor it to your risk profile to where you've been long where you how much money you want to protect all that sort of stuff right so that's a great road doing and then on the long side if you're not long load of crypto outright you can participate without having to risk your show right people looking at bitcoins. Aaagh newest should avoid the uk..

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