33 Burst results for "Salat"

"salat" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"salat" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

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"salat" Discussed on The Bernard D'sa Talk Show

The Bernard D'sa Talk Show

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"salat" Discussed on The Bernard D'sa Talk Show

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"salat" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"salat" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"Run off of otani in some fashion. That's going to be like pretty much. The the deciding factor tonight. The bats are too hot for a one of them not assigned crazy lumber contact with one of those fast balls from otani and watch it sail over one of those corners in that shallow weird field down the lines because you guys even though they add that wall to the alpha the town scoreboard and everything there in right field for the as it's only halfway ups a home run you hit them all online so weird thing in the world headed opportunity for an opposite green monster and they screwed it up so It's going to be an epic battle. I really do think. So because Otani's men otani and barillot says literally had a fire lit under his ass with his team and i don't see him doing anything but pitch like these hair this arizona. Fire all the rest of the season. That'd be nice. It just feels like his arrival has made everything. Click in the rotation because they've been quite good even steven matsuno for his shortcomings. After his first three incredible starts to the season and he's been okay he's a serviceable number five. Like you're not gonna complain about what you get from him. You'll get some pretty bad you'll get some potentially really good but usually right in the middle four runs maybe five runs on a bad day. That's plenty for the blue jays offense to come back from. I think they win tonight. And i'm kind of with you craig. I think we low-scoring something where it's like. Maybe a homerun put them up to and maybe they can pitch the rest of the way to a victory but it was just. I was just looking at the pitching comparison for tonight. George springer apparently has found a way to hit show. I tanya six at bats. Expensive seventy seven with a home run in three. Rb is marcus. Semi-in is also just under three hundred three hundred with him in seven at bats. So that's like what two heads three ed's so But then you look on the flipside of that guys at a faced. Jose barea salat in the los angeles. Angels is lineup. And the only one. That's even moderately. Has any successes. Jose inglesias at absolute not not for not to see not scored word there. But yeah. there's there's four guys in their lineup. That are probably going to be starting tonight. That have over twelve at bats up guns jose burritos and the only guy batting three hundred or even above one hundred for that matter as i was eglesias. Good so that's spells. Good things yeah. I think so too. Yeah let's move on. Because mentioned both mentioned the offense has done pretty well in that is. I wouldn't say a surprise because they have so many good offense players but the main catalyst for this entire season vladimir guerrero junior has not been very good the last couple of weeks batting under two hundred and his last seven games are so..

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"salat" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"salat" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"Who's going to step up and you know this offense is going to need a number of guys. Step up to the plate in be know forefront be those reliable playmakers Or for matt ryan and for this offense and for this new scheme this being implemented by arthur smith. Who's also a rookie head coach. you know. he's he's going to need. Some guys are going to have to take the man on you know. There's no julio jones anymore so you know the tinton is gonna be on cowburn ridley and rightfully so. He's a very talented receiver. And he's he's going to be asked to be the leader of the bus this all season but outside of him. Who else i know. There's a lot of expectations for kyle pits to be that playmaker as well but was be quite honest here salat to ask for a rookie. Regardless of what position he plays you know to say. Hey fill the boy left. Don't yeah you know. So he's he's going to be able to make some place but again is going to have to be a collective bunch of guys as going to step up and make some plays an put some points on the board for this allstate so s. One take away that i have is just trying to figure out consistently outside of calvin who's really making that extra play who's really staying a little bit more after practice to get those extra repsonse so they can develop So you know. And and a lot is going to be asked a pun of guys. That are behind calvin towel. So you know. Mike davis we're going to can produce. Can i.

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"salat" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

The Sprinkler Nerd Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"salat" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

"Absolutely they're going. What's next when they get to a procedure when they get to the site so when they get to the site they they let the software. No i've arrived. It starts tracking their time. it also depending on the type of job we have. It might prompt them to fill out a form or something like that. Especially with koga dot kind of thing We dab checklist that would pop up to make sure that they've they've done all their procedures to make sure that they're safe from there. They basically get a summary of the job. They can see exactly what they're doing what they need to do. They'll go about their business and basically from their the software just kinda enables him to run the job as efficiently as possible so while they're on site they can take photos they can take videos. They can update the customer notes. Salat way the office knows exactly what's going on at that clients property from there. They basically can use the exact same software to prepare estimate on site for any repairs and additional work. Anything like that they can email it to the client directly the client can view it remotely. They can approve the work remotely and if they want the job done right then there we can get it done or if they want to even say i'd like this done but i want to do it at a later date. That's also an option as well are they require to get authorization from the customer before starting yes absolutely and so then they get their authorisation whether that's because they're there or it's been approved remotely. They get their authorisation and then they start to work right. How do they know how long it's going to take. Most of our kits are built out in a way that they basically tell you should they should take between ten and fifteen minutes. it should take our we have kind of generalized..

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"salat" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"salat" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"It was pretty hot last week. So yeah. I think it's been grueling and then I think recovery is going to be a big big part in the next three weeks because we got five weeks and right in a row and some of the gnarliest wrecked so and when we hit california's gonna be that time where it's or. It's one hundred and eleven. Extra paul is going to. Paul is going to be brutal. Yeah tool so Yeah recover recuperate and come back swinging just endorsed you look you one last week and you crushed it this weekend. No but here's where. I'm going with this classes deep man. You didn't get the start today and you wrote your balls off but this is what happens when you don't get stuck yeah and track. That's is extremely hard to pass and come through. I mean we saw a lot of guys. So yeah i. I did qualify way better than i have which i was like. Beyond stoke the net so that was cool top five qualifying stuff tonight. Good gates starts lack today. That's all that's on me I motor fourth second moto. i don't know and fifth overall so definitely. Yeah after you win a race and then get fifth. You're like what i feel like. That's where we're at in this place right like i feel like you know. Sexy sexy was just a six the last couple of weeks and then he won the overall. Today i don't know for me. I feel like i should have been better but i mean obviously but now yeah like sexton great race and like put yourself in a good spot and you'll do good so yeah a little disappointed but you feel like writers are either shula guys or they're not washable guy. So where are you at with hugo. I mean we know that. I'm not the best hardback rider. I like to grab a handful throttle so I i love like this area. Like the country here super nice and makes me feel good and i wanna go fast and I felt really good in practice. And i moto Even though bad start fourth was a good ride and second moto. Yeah just couldn't couldn't couldn't go through the back like i wanted to. Which was bummer. But yeah it was just saying that he was sending it to get by guys like he. He got he got. He got by sex. Dan and he tried to do the same thing on verandas. He's like dude. I was going in hard. I was behind him for a little bit. It was definitely hammer so hard track heart track all right so guys have told me this four week span of racists salat join the week off for sure for sure weekend definitely. Relax get some. It's been It's been a long year. Subaru testing supercross motocross testing motocross. Definitely it'd be nice to have a weekend to relax and Yeah we're work still put our time in but definitely let the body recover a little and come out swinging last five myself and my listeners. We need to check out bam tv. Absolutely i'm disappointed. You haven't seen it. But i'll let it slide this time and i think i i mean i'm biased. Because it's my serious but I i think we're doing a good job on a typical writer of log. That's kind of the vibe. You wanna tell me right. Yeah it's not your twenty minute race. They log if you wanna see the race watch the race. If you want to have a laugh me meet. You have laugh. See my ass bam. Tv exactly bam tv on youtube..

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Apple Discussed 'Punitive Measures' Against Netflix

Lew Later

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Apple Discussed 'Punitive Measures' Against Netflix

"At big apple. Epic has been saying look. Apple has been squeezing us over here for those thirty points on that app store. We want options. We wanna do things We want to Pass that savings back onto our customers. All sport night player. He tried to do it. Got kicked out the store and now we're in court and this is such a big court case because there's all kinds of implications within about app store operates. How apple operates all this stuff going on and so other information has kind of come about as a consequence of the core case emails or getting exposed tactics things like this so now we have some emails that were revealed about apple's relationship with netflix's because apple has this rule set which is very rigid. But then in a handful of special circumstances there compromises that are made when really matters netflix. Obviously one of those cases amazon also one of those cases when he came to prime video. Where now you're looking at these emails and saying oh man. That apple does really care. In some circumstances and so these netflix's as an example was able to basically give up on subscriptions through the app store back in two thousand eighteen now. Normally this like this is economically speaking. How many subscribers do you have What is it like a hundred. How many subscribes you have netflix. Salat many many millions. I got a number in here. Because i feel like this is something that we need to have

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"salat" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"salat" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"How can they solve. Because everybody's solves them differently but some of the challenges are common but the solutions are very very interesting when we hear from people. So would you be kind enough to share some of your challenges. How do you solve them. Sure well. I'm working in a big company public company. So i have to deal with a large volume of data hundreds of consisting of employees as specific tenders issue and that range of data processor. Mike challenge is workload. Did not to do so. That's when when them and the other one is keeping people on boards. It's important because a lot of work to do. You have to repeat everything so you have to prove. Add value of what you are doing. Why are you doing this. Why protection is important for you for the company and you have to keep the data protection periods life. It's something that it's not when shot is everyday and needs to be running. So of course i cannot solve all this by myself so i have to make sure that The culture the people as getting on board keeping the pace. And because if i'm not doing this you are not able to intensify. We are not able to identify the data processing into the company and to analyze the risk. So it's really important that people understand why they are doing this because everyone in the company everywhere everyone can indentify one that the pacific. It's really really important because you know the bit. My nightmare is having showed that the person you are not aware idea existing. But they are. They're not have i. They do not have legal business and they do not have security measure. So it's a nightmare when you are working in the company so keeping people with you is really important and also. I have to tell them luckily peo because i have dictated to tim working so it helped me outs reaching all those people in the company..

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"salat" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"salat" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"Gdp is quite challenging complex and Let full of interpretation. And if i may ask you how would you put gdp in one word. Well when a. If i have to stick to that we'd be okay. One word and then describe why that one okay well i would summarize it To maybe two for me. It's really the way to manage risk and also to deal with risk perception. This is something known as pew. No they're really good. Nation is about yikes risk-based approach. You have to that f- protection impact analysis On a risky data processing. And then you have to get a lot of expertise. It legal process management. You have to define your purpose legal basis etc or a flow and then afterwards you're doing your risk evaluation. And then i think you have that risk. Perception on for people are really different depending on their experience Let's give me a example. If you have been victim of approve you will not have the same perception as someone. We dozing every day on social media and never had any bad experience so really respect. -ception people will say. Oh yes yes indeed. This is the risk and other people would say whether you coming with so when you have to do your validation you have to take also this into accounts because you need to even go with you. People say what are you talking about so this is really something important as debut managing risk but also the risk society because a lot of different people. Right i think diversity helps when it comes to escape lucians because risk is perceived to based on your background your technical knowledge your legal knowledge and your expedients fifth risk. And if you've gone to tend to be more risk averse sometimes but you need to have a balanced approach okay. And so in that case if it's all about risk management what does fit in privacy mean because in like we say. Health is god given that total hobbies eight and then fitnesses joyous whether you want to have fitness or not. What would fitness in privacy. Means what an organization perspective latte from span says the deal. I would say that to report on company culture was definitely something very important Unique to make sure that everyone is on board that everyone on the stand and everything but the other thing is Making sure that gdp principles are embedded in your purses Let me explain I really prefer to have instead of a nice really look. Good looking data protection process to have data protection principles embedded in each of the process of the company. Which means as a you. You need to really know the process of the company. You're working with by end to make sure that you work with press owners to check how you are going to put that protection in their own process. So it's release something working more smoothie and making sure that you have the protection of bitten everywhere in the mind of the in the process in the odds of the piffle provide. That's a very nice way of articulating. Put it in the culture and put it in the process and then it's easier to manage steer privacy so as a deep. Y'all what are the big challenges you observe. And of course i allowed to ask not just the dodgers but help us understand. How do you solve them. Because then our audiences not only can understand an associated with the challenge but also learn..

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"salat" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"salat" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"That's a very nice way of article leading. Put it in the culture and put it in the process and then it's easier to manage steer privacy so as a deep. He'll what are the big challenges you observe and of course. I allowed to ask not just list out the but help us understand. How do you solve them. Because then our audiences not only can understand associated with the challenges but also learn. How can they solve because everybody sells them differently but some of the challenges are common but solutions are very very interesting. When we hear from so would you be kind enough to share some of your challenges. How do you solve them sure. Well i'm working in a big company public company. So i have to deal with a large volume of data hundreds of that effort seeing tavern of employees as specific Leak tenders issue and that range of data processor so whenever my challenge is workload to do. So that's when when them and the other one is keeping people on boards. It's really important Because there's a lot of work to do you have to repeat things so you have to prove the added value of what you are doing. Why are you doing this. Why protection is important you for the company and you have to keep the protections theories life. It's something that is not one shot is everyday and inc needs to be running. So of course. I cannot solve this by myself so i have to make sure that The culture of people getting on more keeping pace and Because if i'm not doing this you are not able to identify. We are not able to identify the data processing into the company and to analyze the risk. So sudi important that people understand why they are doing this because everyone the company everywhere. Everyone can indentify when that the pacific. It's really really important because you know the bit..

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Next Level Digital Marketing With Overit

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Next Level Digital Marketing With Overit

"How you doing today. Thanks so much for having. I'm doing great. How's it going out there. It's going good. Sounds like it's better here in california than you. Oh man i'm telling you we're in upstate. New york over. It's in upstate. New york and right outside of albany new york and it's late october and it is a snow day today. We have snow on the ground and a kid is a lot more excited about that than i am. I can promise you that much. Oh gee we haven't even gotten done with the leaves falling yet and now we have so. That's the snow is so i'm already hashtag over it the winter already. I'm already over. it's gotta love it. I love it with that play in there for that. Exactly kill before we get into this. Can you give us a little introduction about you a little background. You know who is chris. So chris is chris sano. I am a been up in this area now for men over about ten years. I'm from downstate new york originally right outside of the city. I'm a neuroscientist by training. So i have a phd and neuroscience So i'm i'm a marketer by by necessity rather than by training so my training is in science. Basic research sized studied developmental science. You know how our brains develop for a long time had a research lab and got into marketing. When i launched a a biotechnology company and had to figure out how was going to sell my products to people and when i had all the marketing on my own and mainly digital which how i got into digital what i realized is that marketing is influencing choice. Real you have something you have a product you got service you want people to buy that over the competition. So how am i going to get everybody out there to choose my products our product versus the competition and that is neuro science because in neuroscience and you can understand brain choice how the brain and how humans choose certain things you can influence that choice better. So what i figured and learned is that neuroscience is a great great marriage and Sort differentiator in marketing because my knowledge set allows me to assess the choice a little better than traditional marketer. Who thinks about it in a different way. So i once i started to see the benefits of that and the niche that had sort of I really went into marketing. As the you know as my career as what i do now and so I take a little bit of a different approach to how we do marketing. It's very psycho we psychoanalytic salat understanding human behavior. What people are thinking and at over it. Our brand is very much in line with that. You know. we're really big into behavioral analysis and not just understanding what your product is but really understanding who the people are that are using it and want to buy your products so that that's a little bit myself sort of the difference. I think on my approach and our approach over to the marketing the marketing solutions. Yeah and i think that was when i was reading your by stop and i saw that. I'm like well. That's kind of a big leap from neuroscience to marquis. I mean but it really but it makes sense when you when you sit there and you talk about it and explain it. I mean you wanna talk about having a one up from competition. I mean you got you in house. They're really the really sunny bit it because we've heard about that as smart as the cycle psychoanalyzing psychoanalytic and all that stuff with marketing. And all that you know. I for that and it's like yeah you're truly living. It not even see correct correct. You know when people when people hear about my background they say like how why would you. How did you get into marketing it. It's not it's not that far of a leap and in fact neuro marketing is a very big and growing. You know sort of division of marketing now a days. Mp like and what they're doing they're using brain caps and brainwaves to understand when you look at a low because in digital when you're on facebook and you're scrolling through feeds. You have three to five seconds to make an impact on. And so what are you doing in those three to five seconds and how it is your brand. How does your logo. How does your stuff impact someone. And there's a whole feel dedicated to that and over it. We have a focus group room. You know those rooms where like people you can see into the conference from. They can't see you behind the window. I've done this. I've done this report. We have one of those rooms and over time will wanna do is evolve that to be narrow cap. So we'll put a brain will put a cap on you will show you logos and will ask you. What do you think about this. And you're you'll say. I love it but your brain tells me you hate it and so we're able we're gonna be able to really understand behavior on a level. A lot of other marketing agencies are going to be able to do and so that's really where over we always say like over the next level marketing and that kind of stuff no one. Not many people have dr of neuroscience on staff so we liked his up. I mean look we have a great team but there's also that element as well that gives us a little bit of a of a leg up on

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The Doula Life with Interview by Jess Gronas

Babes and Babies

05:36 min | 1 year ago

The Doula Life with Interview by Jess Gronas

"So, just kind of. All these different snippets I feel it kind of led me to to wear with the Dula stuff in it was just the last. This last year that I started doing it fulltime I always did it kind of part time taking on birth here in their bouquets making many as adults is really hard. When you're starting out starting out a business, you have to find clients you are. A you know. Especially, if people have kids, you need to find child care and for me it was like, okay. Even if I find some clients enough to pay my bills I still have my job but I can't just call out of my job whenever I want when somebody goes into Labor you know so I would kind of take on like. Last year I. Think. I did five like I took like five birth rate. Need you have to be available? Twenty four seven, right. So. But I still needed a fulltime job. I was living downtown Chicago rent's not cheap saving up for a wedding. So. So I, just kind of dabbled in it and then it was. This. Last year that unlike. Okay. I'm going to focus on the podcast in on birth work. So In my thing with the podcast too was I wanted to empower women through storytelling it education people to listen to the podcast. was into different experts in different topics in different stories, women who have had different experiences so that you don't feel isolated in motherhood or in your story so that you can still feel and be a part of community and with the educational aspect it's fun for me because I'm learning but also so people know their options you know that. I've never thought about. Birth control display like we recently did an episode with Natural Family Planning which I've never done but I'm like it sounds really cool I don't know how to do it. So spun talking to somebody who that's what she and her husband used for eight years. Then she used it to get pregnant and through the process she wanted so much broader body about her cycle and her healthy ben in. So it's just kind of fun hearing from different people. To that you know okay if me and my husband after this baby, we don't have a kid. For a while. We have. Never considered this before, but maybe it is an option or now I know more information about this one thing. So that agonists make a better decision for myself and my family. Yeah and you've got a lot of awesome experts on the show in powerful women earn hiring women as well. Just sharing their story I've loved that What made you I think like I wanNA. Create a podcast. I. Mean it started. I it was something I wanted to for quite a while and then I partnered with a couple of other people for the first year a bit and they were new moms I worked as a Dula. So it was like, okay. You guys can talk about your mom experience in all kind of be the Dula on the show. And then after a year, it was just kind of going our separate ways and I'm like I really want this to be empowering. You know I want I don't want to necessarily be about. US just talking it's like I. Had the opportunity to do it on my own, and that's when I created miraculous Mama's it was like a little over a year ago. I'm like I really want this to be. To. Really dive into that community to really. Like for me it's it's it's nice to get people from all different walks of life form. But may focus wasn't like. Just, get somebody famous on which I felt like it kind of wants full or in now it was like, okay. But what are they gonNA talk about like what they offer Get somebody, who has experienced source story to share and Sony really wanted to turn it more educational and bring on more experts and specialists. So it was cool because I gotta talk to one of the top infertility doctors in the world he lives in Chicago they went downtown to his office than he so cool Bryan, Caplan, and. Actually Madame my work when I was working downtown. So There's just a small role in like your podcast. So it was it was nice to then be able to. To focus on. Just the learning part because. Although like do are concerned Labor experts. So when you're in labor, we know how what your body's doing, what it's going through the signs to look for when there are different interventions that happen were there to bounce the ideas off of you to talk about okay. Are you comfortable with this? Like are you do need a minute to think it over like Salat? You've blake when the doctor comes in and it's like, okay I think we need to do this. Now you have to give an answer nuclear what kind of I need a little bit of time to think it over and figure out what all my options are so but I'm definitely not an expert in other fields. So it's nice to be a part of this learning process case than. Right when the started a just gotten married and I'm like, okay no veto I wanNA start a family soon. So I wanNA bring on tons of people so that I can learn so that we can be prepared in new so many other women. Were on that journey as wall.

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"salat" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"salat" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A few salat of gunfire on Chicago's South Side, Theo morning is leaving a funeral home or fired upon from a passing vehicle, then returned gunfire is that there are 14 victims being treated. Five separate area hospitals. Conditions are unknown at this time. Chicago Deputy Police Superintendent Eric Carter says they found 60 shell casings at the scene. The funeral was for a shooting victim killed last week, just a few blocks away. Earlier at the White House Daily press briefing, press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany said blame for violence of the big cities rests with local leaders. Laurie Light Light foot of Chicago has lost control of her city Mayor, Bill Deblasio of New York City has lost control of his city. Thes Democratic governors have lost control of their streets before the Tuesday night shootings. President Trump reportedly signed off on sending 150 homeland security investigators to Chicago. To support local police president offered a Corona virus briefing Lee Tuesday afternoon. In recent weeks, we've seen a concerning rise in the cases in many parts of our South looking south southwest of West. This growth in cases first began to appear in mid June, primarily among 18 to 35 year olds. Many of whom were asymptomatic president says the goal is not to manage the pandemic but to end it and he said, wearing a mask, maybe patriotic and he's getting used to hiss a tropical depression has formed in the mid Atlantic, the National Hurricane Center says. It is likely to become Tropical Storm Gonzalo during the day on Wednesday, but it's too soon to know if it will make a U. S landfall. It would be the seventh named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, and this is the earliest that's ever happened. America is listening to Fox News..

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"salat" Discussed on Poisonous Minds

Poisonous Minds

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"salat" Discussed on Poisonous Minds

"But when he couldn't Wyman suggested that they just use machete and metal baseball bats. That's fucked up. Salah agreed he would only be the driver. And ymer continued to keep in contact with sleepy John By texting since. He was still grounded all. Cuisine testified in court on September tenth two thousand eleven a day prior to the gruesome murders, he was at y Mas residents with my Mo- Salat and some friends. Sleepy John arrived in the group met up in wine must driveway. Qassim sad that John? Junior was frustrated and. Talking very fast. Pacey. Almost like he was in a panic. He was telling the group that he wanted his parents dead that day. And then left Cassim and slot left for a while, but when they returned. Why confronted them? Sleep John wanted the murder done that day. Casino slot left again, but returned later on that evening after receiving a text from Lima. Now why must a little like? He's got people at his house like they're kind of having a party. There were actually people who saw them meeting up. anyways. Why am I explained to them that sleepy John was going to call him on skype later that night about a quote. Unquote concert. Was a code word. He set up to give them the green light to let them know that his parents were asleep and they were good to go and housing kill them now. Wimal later in his testimony says that the code word was actually used, or it was supposed to be used for sleepy John to say that he had killed his parents, and they need to come over regardless concert. Was the code word but I think that they. Obviously. They were going to kill his parents. So cuisine arrived around one forty. Five am on September Eleventh Sleepy John called Y on skype and use the code word. Lima reached for the metal. Bats and Salat drove cuisine and wine to sleepy. Johns home. Slash drop them off and cuisine told him to drive around until gave him the signal to pick him back up. So slow left sleepy John was waiting outside supposedly with a miner's helmet to signal CASSIM and Weimer from behind Bush. With the Light He then lead them towards the garage. He opened the rear service store and told them that his parents were sleeping upstairs. Cuisine testifies that he saw multiple stacks of money on a counter in the garage all in hundred dollar bills..

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"salat" Discussed on Poisonous Minds

Poisonous Minds

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"salat" Discussed on Poisonous Minds

"He interviewed him on an offer a few hours. And Sleepy John was noted to not have even asked what had happened. It was parents didn't even care. Seems kind of odd for ACP. Seventeen year old boy on his way to church with five thousand dollars in his pocket rate. Red Flags everywhere. So in the core document, it was brought up that with further investigation of the House. It was inconsistent with anyone having had slept in the basement, but was more consistent with someone who had been involved in an incident that was taking place down there. I don't know if this means they may have some blood splatter down there or things like that. That's kind of what it sounds like. As we get into the case, you'll hear a little bit more in how that connects so so when detective movie and John Junior were talking. John began to change his version of events of the evening I. His Dad was a we dealer and a rival game member by the name of Momo was the one to be looking at. That one didn't pan out very well for sleepy John. One confronted about the changing stories sleepy. John said that he was actually out his friend's house Chris Ymer. The morning of the murders and the. He was with two other friends. Mohammed Salat and hub Qassim. John suggested that e have Qassim was responsible for the murders of his parents so. recapping, we have sleepy John I'm just calling him that for now on because he's just such heavy sleep so tired. He's seventeen years old. His friend Christopher Weimer also seventeen years old from bridgeview Ehab Qassim. Nineteen years old and he lived in Hickory hills. And Mohamed Salat seventeen years old. Now detected moody interviews all the People John Mansion and takes their statements. Searchers our cell phones and hold on to your chairs. Ladies and Gentlemen Shits about to get fucked up. Detective Moody Recovers Cellphone Records of Sleepy John MMA Salat cuisine that were sent to.

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot. I just a continually. A has ripple effects and one of those is that you can listen to the series at any point in time and still connected still learn, and still be inspired

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

Milan Ramona Avante Mike
Cedric Dahl-1000XGroup

The Bitcoin Podcast

08:06 min | 2 years ago

Cedric Dahl-1000XGroup

"We're just going to dive right into the first question. Why one thousand ex. Not Ten thousand six. I feel like you missed an opportunity. Definitely are you know we're going to have to? We're going to have to go back to the drawing board on that one You know it was. It was the story about this guy named Ron Conway. Who's one of the first investors into Google and there's like this lower around Silicon Valley who got the biggest treasurer right from an investing? And the big story for him. Was you know dollar in thousand dollars out thousand extra turn that that to me seemed pretty crazy and I like crazy. I like things that no one else is willing to consider and in a lot of ways. I think that's the story of a lot of people who got early into bitcoin. 'cause you hear about it you try to tell all of your friends anyone who will listen a lot of people say you're crazy and then history decides who was right and I liked that I liked that a lot and so I you know. I've been kind of obsessed since kind of accidentally falling into crypto. Right place right time right friends and then it happened a few times and are like you know what I really liked. This idea of being super contrarian so I wanted to. I wanted to have a research group. I was really inspired by loss. What he did to figure out that rockets could land themselves and so it was like man he just like surrounded himself with all the crazy. Smartest people in rockets until somebody made that offhand remark. You know you long Salat cheaper. If you could land the rockets so what does he say? Why can't you and SPACEX is born and so I wanted to do the same thing and I wanted to find I wanted to hunt for investments that were obscene. That you can't talk about without people being like a screw that guy. He's crazy now he'd like that's impossible. I like that. I like looking in places where no one else either willing or able to look and humans. Have a lot to biases. You know. There's a lot of stuff that makes us put blinders on whether it was the financial crisis. Two thousand seven the cascading events that led to like the CIPRIAN financial crisis governments reached in the bank accounts. There's all these events in human history. Where if you could just take your blinders off. You could avoid the negative benefit from the positive and yet like a lot of what I do is inspired by that idea of being right. I in a huge way. Even if everyone thinks you're crazy all right now we're going to go into some of what we can. We can call your your successful moments name. Republicans go into what you think is right now. Judging by what we've talked about before this episode but I don't want to celebrate all the successful things you've done what what's a screw up. You've had people think crazy if you're looking for craziness like if you're looking for things that are crazy. You're bound to hit since corrupts. You can't be right all the time. Tell us about one of those yet. Corey. I've made basically every mistake that you can make Internet money like all of them Mining Mining Crypto is a terrible idea. Unless you're a professional data center operator WHO LOVES OPERA SECURITY? You should never have anything to do with mine. Crypto mining crypto is terrible so that was the big one. I lost seven Bitcoin when I had a laptop that had you know the early Bitcoin Schutte. That's like the early bitcoin wallet. I left my left. My Laptop on an airplane was Delta. Airline walked out of the Gangway realized I left. It turned back around and the laptop was gone. And you know. Luckily I had some tracking software on. It was able to deduce who took it got it like found it recovered. It ran all the backups on it but I could not get that data file back. You know the the file that like that. I'll figure out how you had in your coins back so lost a bunch. Bitcoin that way A friend of mine ran a T shirt company that sold bitcoin t shirts and I spent way too much. Bitcoin on those Bitcoin t shirts. I've I've done all the dumb at that. You can encrypt. Oh I've done it all. There's a lot of them to be done in Crypto. Did you ever put your private keys into somebody's web browser or somebody's web APP? Thankfully I have had very paranoid friends who have helped you avoid that one but may just about every other mistake are good. Because that's that's okay. It's new people most of the time so wait this. This website says it can give me five times but money. Put my private key in there. Let me just go right ahead. No lose my money and that's pretty much exactly how that goes so I would say a good portion of Doesn't have been around for a decent amount of time like we may seem knowledgeable now but like we've dealt with like I can't name the amount of dumb things that I've done with this technology as it's grown as I'm playing with different things trying to get greedy at various different ways in terms of like. Oh this is the thing I figured it out. I got the thing. I'm GonNa try this and that was the scam. Shit I was. I was thinking about this morning actually like I was. I was thinking about Dilbert so my my girlfriend talks she. She refers to me as Indiana Jones. Meets Dilbert Quality? Tell me how you really feel right. Yeah so I was thinking about the guy who created Dilbert Scott Adams and when you hear his story I think is book is called like how to fail in every way but still win big He talks about like just the the corpses of failure around his one success. That is Dilbert and I think that's probably true of anybody who has experienced any successes. There's just like so many failures that just kind of like slightly nudged them to try different things until something workout absolutely. That's actually does. That's it's good advice. Anyone listening You know failures definitely not the end of something Adapt in going into something new and But I I can't turn the tide of the Combo just a little bit because we got ahead of ourselves we even talk about what one thousand xs or does. And then we had all these topics we to talk about like dark markets. And we haven't even started to to build that trail. So maybe let's rewind it and what is thousand x? And what are you guys do short? So I lead research at thousand X. Group. It's like my day job today. Basically we study crypto adoption. You know there's a lot of stories a lot of narratives. Lot of CRYPTO. Cults saying this is the future I like data and so for the last ten years I have been obsessed with two things Technology investing and CRYPTO. And they kind of happened at the same time so two thousand nine right place right time my friend. Who's really into Applied Catastrophe Bennett? Amazing Guy Brother from another mother best he he sits me down. He's like Cedric Bitcoin. Just read this thing. We gotta pay attention it so my what. I don't can't read this this white papers too long. It's I can understand what it's saying for a week. He explains every single part of it to me. I finally kind of understand it. I like Internet money. Who who wants this is stupid. I completely wrote it off and You know every every month or so. He would nudge me until about a year later. Maybe it's two years later. It's hard to know the exact date. He's like cedric. People are starting to use drugs. They're they're starting to use big on the dark net. What's the dark net? So you know? He taught me how to use. It and I was really attuned to looking for something like bitcoin because my grandparents were Holocaust survivors. And so like that was the moment for me. It was like Oh like okay. People groups even other governments could do stuff that other people with guns didn't want them to do like I really want to pay attention to it so I I was paying attention to this and give you a long story short question. I hope that's okay joy so you know so like started to get it

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NTSB: Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Missed Clearing Mountain by 20-30 Feet

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:53 min | 2 years ago

NTSB: Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Missed Clearing Mountain by 20-30 Feet

"Breaking news the Ntsb just giving just a horrible update on the crash that killed NBA star. Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others the NTSB as saying at this hour that the helicopter was only twenty to thirty feet from clearing the mountain. That is a mountain that it of course fatally crashed into but only twenty twenty to thirty feet away from actually clearing it and continuing safely That chilling horrible update coming as the world continues to mourn the loss of Bryant his former teammate. Shaquille O'Neal spoke of his love for Bryant today and also warned a conversation that they'll never get the half remote. It'll be able to Joe. Get his hall of fame ceremony. Going to be able to say how I got five. You got four. We're not going to be able to say if we stay together we could have got ten get back and we are learning more about the last few hours of Bryant's life including where he went before he got on that helicopter visit to his church to pray Brooke Baldwin. When is out front tonight new video showing the helicopter carrying NBA star? Kobe Bryant his daughter. Jonah and and seven others captured on camera mere minutes before crashing in the hills of Calabasas taking the lives of everyone on board investigators. GAITERS are scouring the crash site for clues working all hours to find answers just hours before the flight Bryant and his daughter spent that Sunday morning at Church coach he just came. Here is PERSA faith. Any prayed prayed along with the rest of us. Father Steve Salat spoke to Bryant that morning. Those little holy water on his forehead forehead so I knew that he got into the chapel to pray and came out bless himself and then we spoke for a minute shook hands and off. He went he and his daughter. gee-gee received seve communion there that morning leaving just before seven. Am to board the Helicopter Bryant. A Life Long Catholic regularly attended church often At Our Lady Queen of Angels in Newport beach with his family who's quite amount of faith quiet about it but certainly a man of faith that faith is what Bryant credited for for changing his life after being charged with sexual assault in two thousand three Bryant denied sexually assaulting nineteen year old woman but admitted the two had sex sex. He says it was consensual. The charges were eventually dropped in Bryant. Settled civil suit in two thousand five. He told G Q in Two thousand fifteen speaking to a priest is what helped him through those difficult times saying the priest told him to quote let it go move on. God is not going to give you anything thing you can't handle and it's in his hands now. This is something you can't control so let it go. And that was the turning point a point he made in an interview with ESPN when he was asked what he learned from that time. God is Great. Is it that simple. God is Great. Don't get no simpler net. Did you know that I mean I'm everybody knows that but the way you know now did you know what before that incident. You can know it all you want but until you got to pick up their crossed you can't carry. He picks it up for you and carries you and across. Then you know and all around me tonight tonight. Hundreds of fans. I've been here since Sunday. This memorial has tripled in size fans here scribbling on every square inch of this plaza including the concrete floor beneath them. Tonight would have been the first Lakers game since the crash instead fans are here for much different reason mourning the loss of a man who's Mamba mentality lives on Aaron Right Brooke thank you very

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I Don't Trust My Husband's Ex

Motherhood Sessions

05:12 min | 2 years ago

I Don't Trust My Husband's Ex

"Today I'm talking with a couple. Were calling Sandra and Tom Together. They're navigating a complicated relationship with Tom's ex wife Thomas X.. Were married for ten years before their divorce now. A few years later he shares custody of their kids ages eight ten and thirteen unsurprisingly. There are still hurt feelings between Tom and his ex wife and as a new step mom Sandra is now in the middle of it all. She's nervous that the tension is having a negative impact on the kids to better understand what Sandra has walked into. I begin by asking Tom to tell me more about his ex. And also about the story of their break-up I I got married really young Just turned eighteen. What I merely so and who was the? How did you know the woman? You married We're you know we're in neighboring towns. But they're small towns and knew each other grow growing up on and off you know and And so we were dating and we weren't dating for very long and she got pregnant and as happens a lot of the times in these type of communities and that kind of thing the right thing to do culturally socially is to get married and so we got married and so then we found ourselves You know a seventeen year old a nineteen year old with newborn baby I did what I thought was the to be a good man what you needed to do so I I dropped out of college got got a the best paint job I could. I'm really hard. Yeah it wasn't an ideal way to start a marriage relationship that's for sure Yeah it was. It was tough. It was really tough for her I think that there was just like she's she's a person who doesn't deal with shame. I mean who deals with shame really well but she really really kicks against that And so I think that I think it was a really hard and damaging experience for her and we were both kids so we didn't really know what was hard and damaging. After Tom got married things continued to go downhill. The family moved around a lot for his work and life got more stressful. Especially especially. After they had to Marquette's I was exhausted. I have been pushing harder than it ever push before I had been ignoring my stress more than ever been before a he had three kids three little kids and I am. I started drinking more than I'd ever done before to kind of kind of the blossomed into a real problem for me but did you. Did you come home. Drunk to drive. Drunk had it sorta come to a head. Yeah I think both of those things happen on a on a number of occasions and It's it's so clear looking back. Got It seeing how unhealthy. I was spiritually physically emotionally. All these different things During this time I think my wife was looking at me and thinking where in the world probably where in the world is going. I don't know what she was thinking thinking but I know she wasn't feeling supported or happy or PSA had it had this lead to the end of your marriage. There was there was a there was a friend. He's a guy that I spent a lot of time with. We probably. I'd probably saw him more than anybody else in. He went through a hard point. He went through a hard point in his marriage. I offered him a spare room at our house and he moved into our house and Kinda hung out with Salat and Then he started hanging out with my wife a lot and This was truly a kind of a blind moment for me because I didn't ensued coming even though some other people had raised concerns. I don't know for what reason I honestly did not see it. Sou- planet trip to go. See some friends in California which took the kids went down to California. Stay with them for a few days and and she had to fly back early so I drove the kids back up and we'd had some some close friends with US living with us at the at the time when I got when we got backup up she'd been up there a few days before I said well we got back up our friends who had been living with us. 'cause we had an apartment in the basement pulled me aside. They're like we need to talk to you about something and they said when you were gone with the kids we we definitely heard that she was with someone else When she was here that day before you And we think it's the sky. It's your friend Because we saw his car parked a couple of blocks down and then I went to night confronted her about it and her response was kind of like. Yeah so what what do you expect. You're not healthy. This is bad. I don't like it

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What happened between the US and Iran?

FT News

05:05 min | 2 years ago

What happened between the US and Iran?

"The sound taken from Customs Lemonis funeral procession held yesterday in Tehran. The Iranian military he commander and head of the was killed on the third of January in a targeted. USS Strike. At back that airport. The death is expected to have repercussions just Iran and in the US but for the whole of the Middle East and beyond notch. My boobs look mayor the F. T.. Tehran correspondent is on the line. Tell us more high notch may commit start with what's what's happened. What prompted the US to launch a strike that killed Selemani any warning on Friday? It seems general survey money and for other Iranians hands as well as his Iraqi comrades. Where going to the airport when their cars were hit by Western strikes targeted assassination? The attack was a few days after iranian-backed Iraqi militias attacked the US embassy in Bava and after a civilian contractor was killed by a rocket attack the US blamed on Iranian backed militia in the US considered these as Iran crossing. Its redline by causing direct threats to American nationals and interests in the the region but now all of the says the US cross it's red line by targeting senior commander of the Iranian revolutionary. Surrey bought too many Iranians the national hero and because many reunions with it he kept the country safe from any foreign aggression and Security in Iran at a time other countries in the region where inflame people have been concerned. I'm for some time. The Iraq could become a flash point in the escalating tensions between the US and Iran. Can you tell us what Sulejmani was doing in Baghdad. And what is it that so frustrates the US. About Iran's role in Iraq was believed to be traveling quite frequently in the region in particular too Iraq Syria Lebanon where Iran's proxy forces are but he admonish initial kick very good relations with Iraqis. I can say that today. Iraq is more essential to Iran than any any other neighbor because of the US Sanchez which have exerted huge limitations on your own on. Banking transactions experts so Iran Iran exports around ten billion dollars of Iraq which is essentially judge the survival of Iran's economy on their the US sanctions but also like the Iraqi militias who are here as are extremely crucial. For Iran in its regional policies to standardize astounding stay yours to curb the influence of regional rivals so for Jerusalem money. It was essential to frequently Goto Auto Iraq Syria and Lebanon to keep these forces together down carry out. Iran's regional visions which are carrying having an influence of the U. S. is raid on regional rights. Of course the US would say that General Suleimani xt not supported backed mobilized militias river in Iraq. In Lebanon in Syria in Yemen which destabilizing the region and the trump administration is accused of the money of causing hundreds of American deaths. But that's been long known that Iran does sponsor militias across the Middle East. How did we get to this? Where do we trace the start of this escalation back to? I mean does it go back to Donald Trump's decision to unilaterally autry withdrawal the US from the nuclear deal Iran sign. We've all POWs in two thousand eighteen. This disconnection of their her latest goes back to two thousand eighteen when President Donald Trump decided to pull the US out of the nuclear accord order that it had signed with Iran and reimpose sanctions. Obviously Iran suffer from the consequences of Science Salat and after that Iran tried to use its leverage in the region to give it's power some analysts. Believe that one they would come that Iran on your sit at the negotiating table and on that day. Iran needs to have bargaining chips. Necessarily money was in charge of that side of Iran's leverage to keep the proxy forces powerful unto put divers under pressure

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Android's new "Ambient Mode" turns a charging phone into a smart display

Daily Tech News Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Android's new "Ambient Mode" turns a charging phone into a smart display

"Google assistance ambient mode. Let's advice display images or play music or control smart home devices and more waltz charging it's kind of just sitting there hoping out being a little helper the feature started rolling out to select android eight point zero or newer devices from Nokia and Jomie devices last week and ars Technica technical reports that it will hit Sony and Oem at transition next week Pixel users still have the similar pixel stand Ui but MBA mode attempts to be a little bit more proactive proactiv. Yeah I've got the Pixel stand I think if I yeah if I pick it up I can kind of show it to now goes away But it basically just shows me a clock in the weather and it's kind of Nice this new ambient mode is much better it shows it gives you shortcuts to things like setting alarm or going into do not disturb mode and like it's like they say it's supposed to anticipate what you want so if you're the kind of person that wants it to show a slide show. It will do that. It knows what time of day it is so it can dim itself things like that. I'm looking forward to this coming to my android devices. Well because it seems like it'll be interesting to play with whether I'll actually want to use it a lot. I don't know sometimes I get annoyed. I'm like I just wanted to turn off off. I realized Oh no. It's supposed to be doing that. That's a feature. It seems like something that is a little bit of a novelty ability but also I'm sure some people will be you know when my phone is the way he may main way I look at time and if fit can be telling me time when it's resting sure why not I guess it does beg the question of energy consumption and it's Salat but no the whole point of this is that this is very low power mode and it only do it while you're charging anyway and it does anywhere the NBA on the ambient mode does way more than tell time. Tell time is what my pixel stand you. I does right now. This this is doing a lot more cool stuff. I think I think it it would work really. Yeah well sort of like you have setup Tom where you're sitting at your desk anyway. Why not charge your phone right? They're not using it. You know you're so the fact that it's a clock they're kind of just becomes part of your setup because if you if you for example in my house I have a few different iphone chargers and sort of depending on what I'm doing and my phone. I'm like crap I need to charge my phone. It gets plugged into all sorts of places. There's not really like a great stand where it's like a reliable some sort of information that's being fed to me but if if I had a good reason to do that I would so. I like this idea at the same time when you're sitting at your desk you're probably on your computer and you have all that information formation on your computer but maybe it's active enough that it will show you stuff and you know what you with information realizing you need. I think that's where ambient mode becomes more attractive to me because you're right now I can see like the temperature of the date and the time. And it's like okay but if I could show me a slide show or pop up the reminders that that you know could also get but maybe it's too distracting to have it on my main. There's more options. It's more proactive than I think that that could be more useful. Hey folks the least helpful. I think it will actually be. But we'll see if you want to get all the headlines. Each day in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily Tech Headlines Headlines Dot Com.

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Fast Five: David Horton, President of Schweizer RSG

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

08:49 min | 2 years ago

Fast Five: David Horton, President of Schweizer RSG

"The s three hundred helicopter traces. Its lineage back to the Hughes to sixty nine it received its FAA certification in nineteen fifty nine the US army bought some eight hundred of them for pilot. Training called it the osage over the years. Here's the little helicopter was owned and built by several manufacturers and in two thousand eighteen was purchased by a new Fort Worth Texas entity called Schweitzer RS jeep and. Today we're speaking with its president and managing partner. David Horton so I just wanted to talk about what's going on with the new Schweitzer and what's going on on with the three hundred thing that occurred to me. David is as we discussed. The three hundred is hardly a new design. You obviously think it's still very during competitive and I'm curious what about it after fifty years makes it competitive in two thousand twenty a couple of things. I is the opera ability. It's useful load operated do helicopters from fish potting range wildlife management the cattle mustering who law enforcement. Uh they actually use them for harvesting Christmas trees and training and one of the most robust trainers ever produced the other thing is the safety of a helicopter. I I got a substantial. Thank you reckon with best in class for the class that we operate in and I think those two things make it a very viable so helicopter. I know durable there. Lots still in operation or third in production stopped ten years ago helicopter. Belkin eighteen you know like the fifteen sixteen thousand sixteen timeframe and so it wasn't quite that long ago but there's only a handful bill but yes they have been around for a long Okon like most helicopters you replace. Parkas needed is not a complete overhaul interval. One time in operation. You can still get hard pale mainly because the retirement of the model though. The army is hard-pressed. Hell but we think somewhere around seventeen under this what we estimate. I assume helping support those as a part of your business plan part of the attraction of taking control right. It's pretty straightforward the first. The thing was is to support the existing operators so that they could depend on us to keep their fleets operational. That was first and foremost the second thing was to in the The new production going get the new production line and all the things related to that production certificate supply chain vertical integration. Take all of those things set up in order to be able to produce new helicopters. Then the third thing is to upgrade the helicopters. Currently have you know whether it's a different power plants or Avionics suite or just the vehicle management system bringing into the twenty first century on the things that the pilots in this day and age would look forward or to Saying that you know the modern helicopter when will we see taxes made S. three hundreds. We have started. Actually this week put together together. Are I e model and the ideas. We're going to probably put together four over the next several months. And the reason it's GonNa go slow as the EPA has validate eight hours. Kimberly instructions planning so to speak to produce the helicopters the FAA has worked with us very well so far and they're very excited about helping us get the next level of production support by you know helping US produce the entire helicopter I think after the first three or four or five helicopters we should be able to have have a what they call it. A limited production certificate. How many do you think you'll produce in here? We're going to win for the families flow. They maybe next year and maybe three times that much the year after probably fifty to seventy five a year would be a good average. They're actually the two models of the three hundred right it's three hundred c and the CBI correct and how do they differ. Hey Model Venkat you. Copy model of our helicopter has a higher horsepower. Engine Mexico's way to twenty fifty. And it's the helicopter that a lot of the military trainers to use around the world and so the CBI is lower macro swayed helicopter. Seventeen hundred fifty pounds and it runs the engine that is a a bit lower horsepower. Trade off though is primarily used for training helicopter although people use them for other things around the world but jacked up wedding costs. You'll possibly twenty five to thirty dollars. Our last thing speaking of dollars. What's the price of a three hundred and see beyond we think the three hundred thirteen they can be ours can be in the mid four hundred fifty thousand dollar price way somewhere in there the TV? I would vote four four or five four ten. Is it a three place. Helicopter both to be seeing is definitely a frequent helicopter when we configure it at the left hand drive it can be a left hand drive or right-hand-drive if it's bigger as a left hand drive there'd be a free fights helicopter. CPI for developed is to place helicopter Walker because the primary Pollen Command would be sitting in the right. So what's the market reception so far. You've got some motors. They we're actually able to contract for twenty seven helicopters love them. CBS and then that time we have received notes of interest. I I guess for people like listening to you are counts proxy another forty Salat orders. Considering you haven't even begun yet happens AH happens bill probably two three times a week. We get Paul's about wing to get into a helicopter. And so while we want to go faster than slower on the Production Avenue helicopters. We have to take a pay where we feel comfortable about what we're building and our partners. The best player comfortable about what we're building. You actually acquired three models from rights three models from Lackey Sikorsky. There's the three thirty three as well. Is that likely to go back into production. That's turbine helicopter right. Yes it is. Our Turbine powered helicopter. Three thirty three. We think you've got leg but we've got to do is we gotta find a customer and and have a pretty decent order a pretty good back before we start producing the three three three. We do have a demonstrator here and we will be actively working They'll That helicopter over the next several months years in order to build the backlog we think the helicopter does have some legs. We think it's gotTa play. The world especially for military trainer depend on what the market perception is. If we can get out there and sell it and we can provide something that we think is the value for things and then we will put the thirty three and when do you think you might be getting your production certificate for your operation in the field. Well we're planning on the first quarter of twenty twenty but I think you know everything has gotta go perfect in order to meet that date again. We're not trying to put too much pressure on ourselves because we really would rather do it correctly and makes it a bit you know as we start the production that there's no more kinks or any kind of issues with regards the production of the helicopters. I plan is the first quarter of twenty twenty and were dropped little hard to get that done if it bleeds into the first by the second quarter. Uh He'll be okay with that. There are two production certificates. We're talking about right isn't one from parts and the whole aircraft and all the thank certificate what they do is they limit to production tickets to what they call articles only for left currently what we have articles only production certificate once we start predicting the helicopters as the confident that we can build the helicopter sneak. Article only restriction will be removed the actual unfamiliar with this on articles. Only can you produce parts and sell them exactly what we can do. We can produce every part the helicopters for the second part of that is putting all these parts together to make flying sharing that the second part of the production certificate but yet we have the authority to build every art our helicopter. So are you in business now. Making parts and selling them for businesses to seventeen helicopters tale hard every day to manage our supply chain cups. I feel you're in a helicopter hub aren't you. You've got aerospaciale there and bell's not far away. You got some veterans around you. You know. That really helped him point of you. Know we've been able to attract

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Part 3: Jeff Siegel, Ed DeRosa, James Scully

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

13:44 min | 2 years ago

Part 3: Jeff Siegel, Ed DeRosa, James Scully

"Jeff Good Morning Good morning how you doing excellent and lots to digest. We've already talked to the J ribbon earlier this morning morning. I want to get your take on what went on about the racist we discussed last week including the the upset which I think is less shocking talking than people. The people are are feeling. It didn't seem upon further review that Mongolian groom was all that impossible well. He wants to me I mean I thought he'd run well but I I really I'd watch McKinsey working. I thought he was ready to roll. Oh and just looking at the form I thought that he would win and he he moved to the top of the stretch like he was going to pounce and then he kind of flat out and I I always had a little sense of doubt that maybe he wasn't quite amount of quarterhorse but this is only a mile and they and I was disappointed and I think Bob Baffert with two do I really was an he's made in announcement that he's going to replace my Smith with a writer that we don't know who's going to be. I'm sure all the the agents are kind of hanging around trying to throw their hat in the ring but yeah I mean I it was I mean it's it's just it's the nature of the game here. We've you see this happen a lot and perhaps the real the real important racist coming up a month from now but if you've you know food for thought as to whether or not the horse that we also at least I thought was the number one older horse in the country. is really that much better than everybody else and amount of quarter. I think it's anybody's game now fold in as well the the result at the Jockey Club Gold Cup and what did you think of the takedown and who do you favor of the two of them coming out west well. I'll tell you what that I I was kind of hoping that it didn't come down and even I thought the three year old is going to win the race going in and what am I ran well. I thought he I thought he had every chance to get by but it was a tough. It's tough to lose a race lightweight like way when push came to shove and unfortunately for her also did come to push he he hung in there I think both both of those are deserving the universal. I'd come already come out west a winner racer over the summer so we subtract and so they'll meet again it's I I. I was talking about this. The other day was Zoe on our podcast and we we were pretty much not baffled. I don't think that's the way but kind of open to in trying to figure out who might win the plastic doors so many possibilities now so many horses that look like they're capable title stepping up some of them that look good or maybe vulnerable so I duNNo. We'll be watching the next couple of three weeks to see who trains the best. Maybe maybe we can come up with a conclusion but right now now. It's really a mess we'll wait till they get the decisions. The final decisions horses like a late and late would add another wrinkle visit I think they're thinking mile and a quarter and the boys aren't that top much tougher for maybe the midnight DC would be if he ran against her again and and a mile an eighth in the in the the staff so that would that would certainly make an interesting well a couple of other thoughts jeff about last weekend the reasons we discussed filled D'Amato just a of magical a couple of days pee wee reese on Friday mirth and Cleopatra Strike in the Rodeo drive and the John Henry able to Geo Story. I keep coming back to it because what can you say and then Sunday Paradise Woods and I ask you the same question that I brought up up with Jay and I asked Sadler too Sadler Sheriff's the other day if she runs that race of the distaff she's she's a major major player and I know she's a notorious in and outer but I thought that was a terrific effort it was it was accomplished under under pristine conditions sitting right outside a speed horse with nobody all rounder nobody in front of her nobody beside her with kind of like a workout for but she did feel the deal as she finished strongly and she earned a beyer speed figure that was something like eight or nine points better than they were not that that means anything but bottom line is she ran really well now whether or not she can do that again I don't know if he pointed out not exactly your model of consistency and I thought maybe your best days were behind her but boy did she work well and I I I yeah I mean you have to go. You have to think that going into the dispatch. This definitely has a legitimate chance I mean if she decides to show up with a game the thing that we're going to start talking about Jeff when when when I'm at clockers corner and and we're watching horses work and when we analyzed the the XP TV workouts leading up to the race between you and Millie Ah Zoe is going to be fitness levels and the one thing you're not going to have to worry about John. The sheriff's Baffert and Sadler is is fitness of these horses on that racetrack and that's going to be a huge factor and I'm I'M GONNA keep referring to the east coast horses that went to del Elmar for the Pacific Classic and God drowned on that deep surface and Steve Asmussen asked me to his credit with with tenfold he learned his lesson and went out early with Mottola because he is not gonna get caught on that element he wants his horses. This is ready to travel over that surface and it's going to be something we we really focus on and then I'm sure in the recap you know after breeders Peter Scott. It's GONNA come up well down. Mars is eat but it's it's not it's not any deeper than in Santa Anita where this is not the old Santa Anita track backwards you know three quarters in eight and change all all day long I mean you have to be did fit to run on. This track is deep. You just tiring you you have to train over it. I think I think it really helps and yeah I think it's going to be very important to to to watch the works and I I do think it's going to be a great advantage for horses to get in early and get a beast of one or maybe even to work over the drag your possible because it's it's not it's it's tough. It's it's it. It's deeper than New York and Belmont Park is I'm convinced of that and I know Belmont to be called the fanny and all that but this track is is big heavy. I mean it's the faith it's safe and that's why they made it so deep but you've gotta get through it and you gotTa. That'd be fit well. Let's get set to look at the weekend and before we talk about Saturday any any day maker ideas for today well. You know it's yeah I mean I I did do a couple of San Anita and I can give the a little bit of an insight today's tough but I like the Philly name swirling in the fourth race she's not the favorite averaged five to two zero six two five in there she's a late running turf sprinter that that I that likes attending through force and they're starting to run five and a half now in the first we've got a couple now they extended the shootout there so she'd found five furlongs on this course a little stripe and she was hitting the boy and running well but just running out of room now she goes five and a half and I noticed in the few couple of five and a half long since we've had so far that the closers have a better chance and she's she's good enough to win. and I think that extra half for a long we'll give her the edge that she needs so I'm looking at number two swirling in the fourth race to kind of heightened me over for that's my play play today. It's an okay car not a great guard but I think we can we can get some value there because she's not going to be the favorite it's excellent all right swirling today and Let's let's go to the weekend and obviously the steak the steak side of things Let's talk about talk about the city of hope I because it it it really is intriguing and I brought up with Jay earlier. Jeff the mixing and matching of older horses. I mean really veteran in six seven eight year olds like synchrony and Ohio and Bolo and catapult facing off against some horses that may be emerging What's your angle in the studio? It's really hard. I handicap this this race and I came up with about four or five that on their best day could win. synchrony is intriguing to me I think he's intrinsically the best of the group but he doesn't have a lot of tactical speed and going a mile on this course even though he's running the tool aww theoretically he could maybe draft into the mid part of the mid packing and save the nangle out and get through he tends to give himself a lot to do and I remember when he came out here for the CBS del Mar last November. The same thing happened. Do that was sixteen. He fell back. He he had some traffic trouble he got. That's where we finished. Fuller Ronnie finished thirty one but but he didn't get there so I I like him at five to one at synchrony shipper I I hope he gets the trip. If he doesn't then you can make a case for a number of these. I mean looking for fifteen to one shot number four on your program. Aziz restrained vengeance. He's GonNa get loose in the lead and if he does that he can be dangerous. TAT upholds training really well but he's form doesn't look all that well you gotta go back to the Kilroy Mile Back in March the finding good but at least it was over this turf fourth and he could pop up Sadler. He's five to one the raises a bunch of the race basically is is a bunch. That's a five to one shots hoping for good luck but I think maybe if he gets through synchrony can win I wanted to I wanted to like River Boyne off the lay off and then John White made him four to one and that that cooled my ardor well you know I looked at him him and he was a very good three year old and he hasn't won at four and haven't made a lot of progress at least according to his numbers and he goes from practice and I'm looking elsewhere. Let's put it that way you know a to go back to an angle from last week as that in fact Jay also came up with and Dash the other filled D'Amato player and here's able to do who the things that just seem to be running for Jeff at at least from what we saw last week while they they ran for a golden gate when he was leading rider up there and I talked to them for a number of years actually we had horses up there and he he wrote for us always felt that he was good enough but he was kingpin up there era and then he decided to make the leap and I thought it might be tough for them but it really hasn't he's really falling favor with the with the horsemen down here and he's a strong writer but he's a good rider as far as and dishes concern. He's coming off a nice win. Del Mar.. He's obviously never beaten this this group although he did run second Mendelssohn and his racing debut of that matters which it doesn't that was way back in two thousand seventeen at the Curragh but but he's he's he's developing. He's he's coming around and the way the model is going. I mean I wouldn't put anything past him and especially in a race like this in which really there is no standout and anything can happen so hey why not wanting to watch a couple of other thoughts. what do you make of this chance Salat Omaha beach matchup the very very different set of three year olds against elders in the in the sprint championship wells twelve sheds lots four to five in the morning line because he's not only the fastest horse in the race in terms of numbers but he's also look controlling speed and he doesn't even have to go that fast my my concern was and it's kind of happened in the Jerkins a little bit then I know that the inside part of the wasn't particularly hit that day but they kinda slowdown down twenty three flat forty five and and he's fast horse and I think you gotta use his weapon and I think going three quarters. They don't have to worry too much about you. Know saving reading anything so I I would suspect he'll bust out there and go. He had a nice breeze over the track. I think Navarro did the right thing by bringing them out early and breezy had a half and forty. He's seven and one third fastest at sixty five last week and he lied did it. The right way looked like he was relaxed like he got over the track very very well so he's going to be it really hard for Omaha Beach the rundown although I my theory about Omaha beach is that he's always wanted to be a sprinter and because he was so good and all the money's going long long that Richard Mandella kept running them wrong and why wouldn't he won the rebel in the Arkansas Derby any may have even able to win the Kentucky Derby had come down with the trap Levada brought his only sprint race of his career only race of seven that he actually sprinted

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Clean Energy's Ever-Changing Policy Risk

The Energy Gang

12:25 min | 3 years ago

Clean Energy's Ever-Changing Policy Risk

"In the summer of two thousand eight Britta von Essen took an internship with a major investment bank after wrapping up business school. It was considered at the time one of the top places to work it was with a company called Lehman Brothers and it was actually a fascinating summer. I was working in their global power group but focused on renewable energy and you know there was a lot going on at the time. Tax Equity was really ramping up. People were figuring out how the structuring was going to work with that. There are a couple. IPO's that were right on the horizon so it was a fascinating summer from renewables perspective and also what was going on at Leeman. It's been an unnerving week for US financial markets and now the potential collapse of Lehman Brothers once the fourth largest investment firm in the US at at that time. Lehman Brothers was the top investor in renewables it had bought big portfolios of wind and solar projects. It was a leading equity investor and it was helping take companies public it was an exciting time but as the summer war on market conditions worsened investors got nervous in things got grim for Leman analysts say the bank's future is in doubt out afterward reported a loss of nearly four billion dollars in the last quarter. Leman brothers is suffered heavy losses as a result of the US housing slump while I was there. It was just constant reassurance that that these cycles are normal and and you know financial markets go through this occasionally and everything was going behind of course it was not fine be one of the watershed days in financial markets histories. He was a manic manic Monday in the financial markets. The Dow tumbled more than five hundred points after two pillars of the street tumbled over the weekend leman brothers or one hundred and fifty eight-year-old firm filed for bankruptcy in the lead up to the Leeann bankruptcy in the fall. IPO's fell apart project financing dried up and cleantech companies beneath loans underwritten by the bank were suddenly exposed to risks. They didn't foresee. BRITTA had a front row seat to all of it. After leaving lemon she picked up and moved to Italy where she helped build wind and solar projects for a German developer soon after she witnessed yet another period of chaos the swift rollback of feed in tariffs the Italian market came to a screeching screeching halt. It did teach me a lot about developer resiliency the fundamental optimism that is required to be of renewable energy developer and and taking the long view on a lot of these projects so British took those lessons and apply them to the next chapter of her career. She now advises clean energy companies knees on how to manage risk so you've managed to witness the collapse of one of the biggest investment banks and one of the biggest European renewable energy markets back to back. That's quite an entrance into the industry well. I swear it's not me I'm not the not the driver and all of this but I think what it taught me was that things change and the markets move and those that are resilient and those that figure out how to work in the new paradigms that they're given are the ones who are successful so I've taken a huge amount of those lessons into my current job and into my current business where I'm basically advising folks how to roll with the ever changing markets that we see in wind and solar. I'm Stephen Lacey in this episode produced in partnership with Cohnresnick and cohnresnick capital talking talking with British Ivano sin about those ever changing market conditions today Britta's a managing director at cohnresnick capital over the last decade. She's seen all kinds of market risk mostly expiring or changing policies that create financial risk you know I it was the sixteen o three grant expiring then it was. ITC expiring PTC's stepping down. What are the safe harbor policies we we didn't even get the IT safe safe harbor policies until fairly recently. I think it's just a fundamental aspect of this industry. It's Salat about planning for the unexpected in British. Job is to help figure out how to get renewable energy deals done in the face of those challenges so I sat down with her to unpack some of those policy uncertainties and what they mean for renewables and I wanted to know how often does policy change derail projects so I have. You've worked on project many projects that were potentially derailed that we manage to work around various policy changes. I think change in tax law was a really interesting time where we had to figure out how to keep the investors active of an investing in two projects that would probably not be commissioned for another twelve months and how to get around the fact that there was a very likely change in tax law to be passed at that time and yet nobody knew exactly what that was going to look like. I think this PG bankruptcy recently and the California I think it was a be ten fifty four the wildfire response bill that has been high in the mind of a lot of California developers at the moment who were focused on contracts with sce NASD Johnnie and whether or not those credit ratings. We're GONNA take ahead that policy was passed and I think both of those organizations are are quite secure and short up and that was that was great news for California winging developers across the board with or without contracts well. Let's walk through some of the big drivers and uncertainties around them so you mentioned. PG Ag any I'd like to talk about PG and understand. What are you now looking for in a bankruptcy proceeding what kind of risks to contracts tracks are there currently what has been sorted out and what's still left to be sorted out that would impact renewable energy developers so I believe there is still still quite a bit of uncertainty as far as the potential for PG any to cancel contracts that are considered out out of market today so these would be some of the earlier vintage. PPA's there are several conversations and I know cohnresnick has been a part of several several of these about trying to restructure this through bilateral negotiations with pg any and kind of nipping in the bud lead and coming to a good solution for all parties but otherwise I think there is still a strong degree of uncertainty here there there are investors who are then making plays in this and trying to pick up these assets making a bet as to whether or not there will be restructuring of the contracts are not as as well as you know. It's an unfortunate situation but it's certainly a very active group of projects and sponsors that are figuring out working working through how to navigate that uncertainty. Let's go to tax equity. The solar investment tax credit is now facing the beginning of its step down schedule this is obviously going to impact the economics of project development but we have had some clarity on this step down unscheduled for for years now how is facing down the IDC GONNA change the way projects are financed and does it present any risks that were not there previously so you're right. There is a very clear step down schedule which I think has been helpful for folks trying to new forecasts what this looks like that being said given the safe harbor provision. I would venture that there is a generic assumption option from those who are procuring. PPA's at the moment that their assets that their projects will be safe harbored many of the major. I pee pees Jason. Strategic are making significant safe harbor place. They are you know doing this both for their own projects jags and under the assumption that there will be Ebony advantages over the next few years which I agree with. I think a lot of these developers that are procuring making this assumption are going to limit themselves to buyers of the assets that can then fulfill the safe harbor in order to meet the Economics Amax. What do you think the chances of an extension of the investment tax credit are. I know that the Solar Energy Industries Association has all of a sudden and put this back on their priorities list. They think maybe there's an opening to extend the federal tax credit. What do you think the chances of that arc given what you know so there's a couple a couple aspects of this that are important absolutely it would be beneficial to the industry right that being said we are months away from the step down last time this extension happened. I think we had a good twelve months of lead time so it allowed loud folks to plan at least partially accordingly in this case you would actually jam up probably some more some of the more major players who have made significant safe harbor plays that would have been capital that was not necessary to deploy a and potentially at pricing that is not beneficial to their assets so there are mixed mixed feelings throughout the industry about this. I think there is a decent chance I also think it's interesting giving kind of the economic markets at the moment and the potential for a downturn. Let's call it in the next twelve to eighteen months renewable such a critical component of job security and job growth in the US economy at the moment that especially if we're facing some type of downturn it may increase congressional and government support for some type of extension here. What about the storage tax credit. That's been floating around Congress for for a long time if there is this renewed push for potential solar. It see where does the storage. I T C fit in there would would it be something separate. Would it be wrapped together. And what do you think the chances of getting this thing finally pastor. I think the storage credit is actually much more critical critical than the than the solar one in the in the near term here I think with Alda we will continue to have murkiness around trying trying to loop storage into either wind or solar tax credits which is is just messy. It's hard for investors to get their heads around it. Just adds a lot of confusion and it also limits what you can do from adding storage onto existing renewable energy projects objects. I think throughout the energy community there is a consensus that storage is a critical component that needs to be deployed on a large scale will in order for renewables to continue on the growth. It is an in order to hit. Some of these are targets hundred percent in California boring. If for example you you have to have the storage component there otherwise you're facing you know a variety of issues on you know intermittent see or demand or any variety of aspects so. I am a little more bullish on the storage tax credit. I I think a standalone tax credit does a lot to simplify and streamline financing aspects for storage whether or not it connected to renewables and whether or not commissioned at the same time as the

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"salat" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"salat" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Team. Join a team register or donate and look at you know, autumn I see her on the screen here. And she starts his where she's doing this intermittent fasting and the the intermittent eating part starts right here. Then I have to watch her eat, and how's the intermittent fasting going? It's going pretty well. I don't I stop eating around six thirty or seven, and then I don't eat until ten thirty or eleven feeling the illusion the weight. I don't step on the scale you've had two kids in the last seven minutes. So, you know, you the Salat that's a lot and what I incur. The intermittent fasting. I don't know why on them because you're supposed to be the eye candy around here. You can't let you say, Jerry. Well, we have we have mail, you whatever you're into have. I got some eye candy for you, especially I be goes really well on the radio, and well, we make appearances and I need to sound different. If I'm candy for that. That works. If you did that intermittent fasting. What exists so that's just decide. How long you're not gonna eat like you start eating at ten thirty. Can you just eat all the way till six thirty. The the perfect amount of time like sixteen hours, and then you just lose weight. No matter what you get it all in while you can. And then just I have to stop eating so late at night. I have I have that problem is I go to bed early. And although I'm, you know, I'm not I'm not I'm not I'm not as fat as I should be going to tell you that I walked around all I'm walking around with this knowledge knowing that I should be fatter than I am given my lifestyle and how much I eat, and I kind of get away with it just being slightly overweight guy Nelson. You're not you're not over you. Don't look overweight. And it's because you're so tall. There's way more room to destroy all the fat. Yeah. Exactly. I start trying up here my neck and goes all the way down and it's evenly distributed. But the problem is is that you lose twenty pounds and people don't notice well twenty pounds. Oh, yeah. You'd be back to be in the eye candy autumn on the main stage mainstays. Hey, how you feel about it? You get.

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"salat" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"salat" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"So to me, it's like when he came back in their clean cut off, and you could still job. But then, but then we she only wanted clean cut. She only wanted a rich, dude. But we realized that the dude that she was with like was not only poor was taking her out to eat. And they would watch people. That's a. That's a fuzzy wants. Because that was the funniest I love the movie is him say, even though I didn't like the fact that he had his hands over space. That bothered me. But then it was like it became even funnier 'cause the scene just kept going. There were more things that he. He said he was like, I know because basically he was like, I know you deserve better. Like, I know you deserve nicer clothes. I usually have to wear your Sunday best on Wednesday. I know that you shouldn't that when you go to a restaurant, you shouldn't have to just watch other people eat like here's the thing about it. Right. Because here's the here's the weird thing about the movie is like, yes, she wanted somebody with money this whole tires, but he was going you should get this. You shouldn't get what I'm giving. But it was like we need something in between. But we don't need like don't go out to eat in watts somebody while that's so. People eating the level of like the level of like. Oh, yeah. This is this is the this is where we're at to where this what you need is like no like both, dude. It was like just one just one a little something else. I know it's a comedy. It's almost like a sketch comedy. But like there's a part of me. That's like if you're gonna make this kind of thing. Then like explain why these characters haven't done this. It's not because there's a part of it. That's like I don't know what you're trying to say. Are you saying that like, maybe I know these words weren't like thrown around as much then? But like are you saying that systemic racism has entrapped these black men? So that they actually can't get ahead even though they're trying, but the, but the movie doesn't make it seem like that. And then getting they're just lazy bums. Yup. Just Tom like aren't track. Oh, they have a line. I mean, this is a joke, and it's a funny joke. But literally, she's like she's like she's like man, y'all got no jobs, and he's like, you know, we've been thinking about putting an applications for months. I was like why says you know, we've been thinking about putting it apple say the third seed. Gene of. So you're thinking about putting cases for months, and I was like that's a funny line of like these are trashed dudes. But then we're supposed to care about them at the end, right? Not only care about them. We're supposed to be like, hey, Halle Berry. You got somebody who loves you be with care. What did he do that shows lily at ended his movie when they had this whole, they get the money and stuff? The only reason these dues have a fleet of cars is because the women gave them money. Lizzy bad business. It's ninety seven talk about gut. Damn this is the other reason I thought it was ninety their business was pagers pages. Page us, pay whatever the page, brother. There was a fleet of cars. It was like limousine Caja car page of car like like page, the car, I'm like ninety seven bro cellphones do exist. And you know, pages are on the way out, and you're going to create a whole service based on pages. Low Kito low key hear me out America Online has started. But this plan if they would just talk to somebody who's a little smarter could have been a good plan. Okay. With this is is just Uber. It is is just Uber. They just did it wrong. Like, you're saying you're saying ninety seven out, but if they was up on it and had a ban. That's pay. Could've been they could've been could. Understood the internet. Yeah. They could have been over. They'll also. Salat and Sophie. The salon and soul food. I understand what the business the business. And it's at hair salon. What were the things? But it's a restaurant arrives. You get a flip. Was it? Oh, I don't remember their rhymes zoned out. But you know, a weave in. I don't know..

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"salat" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"salat" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"LA county supervisors had dressed down the sheriff over his decision to reinstate a fired deputy, the deputy was let go over allegations of domestic abuse and stalking. Supervisor sheila. You'll question the sheriff's support of women. I'm really worried and concerned about the message that is being sound. Sheriff Alex Avinu says the Debbie should not have been let go in the first place. He says supervisors will change their minds when they hear the full story. They LAPD has asked the public for help to identify a man who brutally attacked two women downtown man had been arguing with a hot dog vendor. Early Sunday morning when detective say the women asked them to wrap it up LAPD. Detective Megan says the man then punched both women giving them concussions Salat of people. And they're not a lot of individuals that are actually. Intervening with the girls. The whole thing was caught on camera. But detective says cops could have arrested the guy if someone had just called nine one one video of the incidents posted on KFI AM six forty dot com. The school board has voted to put a moratorium on new charter school's board member. Richard of logic says a study will look at the impact of charter schools all the legislation was never meant to supplant district. But only supplemented district says the pause on new charter schools will last eight to ten months. The moratorium will not affect existing charters police in Chicago say an attack on empire actor Jesse small. It is being investigated as a possible hate crime. The actress as he was walking early yesterday morning when he was attacked by two people who beat him tied a rope around his neck and poured some kind of chemical on him and told him he was in mega country small. It's friend Nathan Williams in L A says he attacks embolic of something larger it's just further evidence of the vitriol that is going on in our country, and that is growing, and that is seemingly allowed to to fester. In public. And we gotta stop that. We have to stop it the FBI's helping with the investigation. The defense has rested in the trial of Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo, New York. Molly crane Newman of the new York Daily News told KFI's John and Ken Al Trump was defense. Call just one witness FBI agent who really did not sound or looked like he wanted to be there crane. Newman says the agent was on the stand for less than thirty minutes. The prosecution rested a a Monday after calling fifty-six witnesses over eleven weeks chop being tried for trafficking, book gain, heroin and other drugs. National security officials are testifying before the Senate intelligence committee about threats to the US intelligence director, Dan Coats, says range of threats against the US is a toxic myth mix of strategic competitors. Regional powers weak or failed states and non-state actors using a variety of tools in overt and subtle ways to achieve their goals. Also contradicted, the Trump administration's claims ISIS had been defeated that the Iran nuclear deal was not working and that North Korea would dismantle. All its nuclear arsenal. And a farmer in Hawaii has grown Inaba KADO, not unusual, but it weighed as much as a newborn baby the man's his family's been growing giant avocados for almost eighty years this kata weighs more than six pounds and could become the new recordholder is largest in the world. It is book of world record says the current record holder, wait in five pounds,.

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"salat" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"salat" Discussed on Bad Science

"And while I was watching it this time. I was like well, but he doesn't there's no emotion to when he cuts his arm like he's just looking at it. Like, it's nothing. You know, there's no pain. There's no squirming. You know what? I mean. I get like the smallest cut on my hand. I'm freaking, you know. I hate it. I think it's less like, I agree. Like that was my initial thought to as oh, he's checking make sure he's human. But but I actually think it's more like what what it's more existential than that. I think it's more like what is it human like wet Ryan went is like how is this different from right? Right. Right. It's not really too much difference. Yes. This is the thing the type of my three different. But. If you can make such a smart intelligence. Hey, I what is the difference? Yeah. I came across a theory here on read it. So, you know, I'm not a redder. I don't know what the term is. I'm not a not a Red Hand. But, but they they had this theory that I thought was really compelling. So I think I'm just gonna throw the fear. You guys throw some evidence. And and I'm sure mo- we'll figure it out in two seconds. So the theory is that Caleb is a robot. Here's the evidence. So he never gets drunk even though he's drinking along with Nathan a few times, he's the one in a small box. While Eva is the one that's like free to move around examining Kayla. But it looks like she asked him at one point if he likes Mozart, and he responds saying he likes Depeche mode, which is a great ban, by the way, and a band that uses mostly synthesizers says he says quotes Salat when he's talking which seems like he's taking information from a database, right? And then when when they're outside Nathan says that Eva is like not the one that's groundbreaking. She's not the groundbreaking model. That is probably the next one maybe referring to Caleb full question, Mark. And then he he's asked about his memo. His earliest memory, and he starts talking about something in kindergarten. She goes, no, you're lying. What's your like? There's something else. And he goes, oh, there is one. But I don't know if it's a memory or not, it's my earliest memory. It's just the color, blue and a female voice. And so maybe that's referring to Eva. And also all the com- the doors in the compound have blue lights and they make like tone. I mean, that's I will say when it first started like, yeah. Right. But as the Siri went on that is really interesting. I mean, I I that I can totally see that argument. But I would say I think it's more that Caleb. I think it's not that calebs a machine I think that he as a human is being treated like a machine being observed and tested and like going like, I think it's more like him. He is a human in the world. And then what does that look like when you're you know, the web? Yeah. When the rats and run comes right? Exactly. So I agree. Well, that's interesting idea. But I don't think so I think while the idea was that to show that when artificial intelligence is sore smart, then at some point human will be. Be. I don't know that the the rats that we want to test it in the lap yet to see how smart is a AI union. So so in this in this case, we tested a human again while human against a because we wanted to actually check the right? So it is like the idea of the same you Larry that will eventually human will be slaves and. A will Bishop earth. Right. You know, so. Yeah. This what do you think about that? By the way, Ray kurzweil simulator. Near. Yeah. Parity mirror. I guess is a that is not that say hypothesis. So that's a teary that say also refers to the time when computer Pulver grows so fast. We doubt an limits, and then hey, I can enter into a into an end the less self improvement cycle, and it can improve itself. Improve insults. Make it better and better and stronger and stronger, and at some point there, the AI will surpass human intelligence and then overtake us. And then take us over. And they take control off the word..

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"salat" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"salat" Discussed on Bad Science

"Because at that moment wrote Jesus Christ. Now, what do you say Kayla? The is that amazing Santa. I agree. Yeah. What an incredible moment. Right. There seeing that. I love was when he was like he like a saw that he got into his system or whatever and saw these videos of these women just like in. Also, you can't separate when you see these like female bodies than the skin and being dragged on like not beating on the door. Or until her hands are gone. You can't like separate the emotion from like, it's feel so. Like, I totally get why he was so convinced by that. But then when he after seeing that he went back to his bathroom, and like looked at his own trying to see the machinery of human by the questions about Healy for you guys. So because I was a little bit confused rewatching that scene because he's concerned whether or not he's a robot right checking if he's human basically, and so he cuts his arm, and like gushes with blood is like blood goes everywhere. And then he. Gets upset about it smears it on a mirror, and then punches the mayor, and that's pretty much the end of the scene. And so the other times I watched the film, I thought oh, okay. He's human that. He was just checking if he's human, and he definitely is human. And while I was watching it this time. I was like well, but he doesn't there's no emotion to when he cuts his arm like he's just looking at it. Like, it's nothing. You know, there's no pain. There's no squirming. You know what? I mean. I get like the smallest cut on my hand. I'm freaking, you know. I hate it. I think it's less like, I agree. Like that was my initial thought to as oh, he's checking make sure he's human. But but I actually think it's more like what what it's more existential than that. I think it's more like what is it human like wet Ryan went is like how is this different from right? Right. Right. It's not really too much difference. Yes. This is the thing the type of my three different. But. If you can make such a smart intelligence. Hey, I what is the difference? Yeah. I came across a theory here on read it. So, you know, I'm not a redder. I don't know what the term is. I'm not a not a Red Hand. But, but they they had this theory that I thought was really compelling. So I think I'm just gonna throw the fear. You guys throw some evidence. And and I'm sure mo- we'll figure it out in two seconds. So the theory is that Caleb is a robot. Here's the evidence. So he never gets drunk even though he's drinking along with Nathan a few times, he's the one in a small box. While Eva is the one that's like free to move around examining Kayla. But it looks like she asked him at one point if he likes Mozart, and he responds saying he likes Depeche mode, which is a great ban, by the way, and a band that uses mostly synthesizers says he says quotes Salat when he's talking which seems like he's taking information from a database, right? And then when when they're outside Nathan says that Eva is like not the one that's groundbreaking. She's not the groundbreaking model. That is probably the next one maybe referring to Caleb full question, Mark. And then he he's asked about his memo. His earliest memory, and he starts talking about something in kindergarten. She goes, no, you're lying. What's your like? There's something else. And he goes, oh, there is one. But I don't know if it's a memory or not, it's my earliest memory. It's just the color, blue and a female voice. And so maybe that's referring to Eva. And also all the com- the doors in the compound have blue lights and they make like tone..

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Prominent journalist among the dead in terrorist attack

Talkin Cars

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Prominent journalist among the dead in terrorist attack

"Group as often does has claimed responsibility for the attack this morning. Correspondent Kara on reports. Among the dead were number of Mogadishu based journalists share the people killed were staffers with the London-based broadcaster called universal TV wanted them with a prominent journalist named a we'll hear Salat it is not clear in this attack weather, the journalists were targeted although Somalia is one of the most dangerous places in the world for reporters and others top rate. The Italian Senate to set to vote on a new budget. That expands the social spending pledged by the populace government amid opposition complaints that the process has been rushed just to satisfy in e U deadline. This is townhall dot com. Pacific

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The appendix is implicated in Parkinson's disease

The Big Biz Radio Show

17:37 min | 3 years ago

The appendix is implicated in Parkinson's disease

"News. Now, there may be a connection between your appendix and your chance of developing Parkinson's. USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. Study finds that proteins believed to cause Parkinson's are present in everyone's appendix. But individuals who get their appendix removed early in life are then nineteen to twenty five percent less likely to develop Parkinson's later. The researchers now say they want to find a way to keep the protein from leaving the appendix and causing the illness. The study finds removing the appendix after the onset of Parkinson's. Doesn't cure it or slow it down. The study was done by the van Andel institute in Grand Rapids. Michigan and the Lund university in Sweden, our retired US army four star general out with a new book and some new ideas on how to bring civility back to politics USA radio's Timberg with the story Stanley mcchrystal's a former US army general he served for over thirty four years in the military. He has a new book out, titled leaders myth and reality. It's funny almost can't give advice to politicians because they're responding to the environment. They learned that if they are civil in the other person's negative the other person wins and the further to the edges that they moved better for them. We've gotta look in the mirror as Americans and say, we're all complaining about it. The only way we. Fix. It is to change things with voting with demanding people more in the center, they may not be as exciting. But the reality is if we're going to make the government work, we've got gotta move it towards the center from both sides for USA radio news. I'm Robin will landscape. This is an urgent health notice for all residents. Suffering from back, neck knee pain. You may qualify for our pain relieving brace at little or no cost to you. But the deadline is fast approaching simply call the health alert hotline. Now you heard right. 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This is Russ and Sally. Television studios and sunny City, California a hundred and ten million broad fat. Don't forget. We're also on the radio. We're talking. Iheartradio. Local updates during the radio. Yeah. The reason we started start tie TV show. Started the top radio shows hammer you with news traffic weather today. Big show dot com. Take a look very quickly. Just once again at the chart of the Dow Jones because I want to spend a little bit of time. Just because sure. So you have a point. You got a two and a half week moving average ten weekly blue line. That you see trending down. Here is a ten day moving average Redline, right? There is a fifty two and a half weeks crossed paths crossed paths. It's a technical indicator saying that the world is going to come to an end. On the bridge, and you should start investing in things like street, Canada's personal turns cryptocurrency, no, I mean, this is this is this is where you see the emotions in the market is to steer ingredients. Fine. No, fundamental reason for the market crash other than a couple companies have bad earnings what it's really top heavy. We we've had. Oh, I don't know. I'm going to say twenty five hundred updates overall. I mean, I know we've we've got a couple of pullbacks. But overall we've been we've been on a town this market and we've hit support levels here. You can see the same support back in may and June a little bit in July. We touched on it for the day. But the problem is is that now every new low is lower than the previous slow. Okay. You only hope you can show is the very bottom. There's so cast the cost later. It's cheap. Now, get the pool. But here's what I have to warn because something is cheap. Doesn't mean. It's not going to get cheaper confirm that with me. Because these are things are now. You gotta be careful. But this is the difference between term investing long term. I mean, I'm new technician. But if I'm looking at a chart like that minds usually a little longer term. I have just a fifty fifty zone. We we looked at. We're looking at a six months. Television. So, but if you look at what are you looking at forty quarters, he'll look at like ten years years, absolutely. Jerry, pull up that one chart that shows when we went from two thousand nine hundred thousand sixteen is exactly what you're talking about. If you take a fifty thousand foot. It's it's not as panicking, smooth Salat. The other part of this thing too. Is that when you see a thousand point drop over two days? Look at that. There's two thousand nine hundred two thousand sixteen you take it back. That's looks pretty good. Start doesn't. To hone in on Twitter. Terrifying. I was to go. So the long story short is Christina zorich. I'm gonna give you a cell phone number. So. We're not gonna do that. Feel scared. So how'd you guys handle in? Your phone's ringing off the hook and days like the last couple of weeks, something they don't because you're drained. Your clients. And the a lot of them have been investing for so long that people understand the elderly with you. I. People understand this is what the market does long-term investors. We say, we're investors not traders for the long term. So well, by the way, stock market corrections. Don't always mean a bear. Mark all bad news. That's a big piece of sometimes it's healthy. You take some money on the table. Sometimes strategically for me, personally, if I don't do a lot of day trading. My individual stocks. Senator I'm gonna take that money off the table. Over the course of several months, if it goes up ten percent of a not a long-term holder or something like that. I usually take everything back to the kospi philosophy because I'm a little more risk than my time. Looking at a computer, that's probably not the philosophy of long-term by and and it's not so explain to us because we haven't talked about the titans. We'll flash now. Talking about the long-term holder versus the trader because there's there's two philosophies long-term holders win every time. Although the traders way more excited about yes. The trader may have a little more fun in the short term is also a lot more agony. I think you know, when the markets are going down, you know, the the long-term investors gonna look at, you know, deep fundamentals of a company, we're going to pick a broader asset allocation fixed income versus equity that we think is appropriate. You know for your stage in life your retirement goals. All those exist is a multi year process. It's not a matter of months or days or weeks. We're looking at really long term. This is the return of volatility. We haven't seen volatility like this for a while exciting since earlier this year it hasn't been that long. October ten months ten months of sleeping giants. Yes. Yes. Philosophy where if you buy today, you keep it if you wouldn't buy today, you pull it out of your portfolio. You do that every technical. Revisit every year, depending on your quarterly. I mean, I'm looking at things more often. Sometimes we do. So we have some tactical equity portfolios where we'll have a specific dividend stocks or whatever, and we'll have a specific allocation for each sector and reach stock, and as they move we we rebalanced so we go back to like, you're saying whatever the initial allocation was. The other thing too is you know, sometimes selling selling because the market runs on these emotions yesterday. Yeah. People get scared and they're going to jump out, and they don't take that fifty thousand foot view. How do you guys do that? By the way is a money manager. Two and the walls are Romans Romans burning and you're sitting. She was a robot. Do they teach your psychological training on how not to jump off the cliff everybody, hold her do study behavioral investing? I mean, we have this incredible incredible research team at UBS. So there we have this constant stream of research, and we're always educating ourselves also about how to manage your emotions as an investor too, much info and not enough gut. You know, I don't think it's ever much info. I think there's so much out there. I think it's all she uses paralysis by analysis, and you're not you're missing. Sure. What are you guys? I don't I don't wanna say what are you guys looking at? But anybody here to talk about specific sector you wanted to him. Yes. So oncology, our research team put together what they call longer term investments team. So they're saying beyond market cycles. Maybe multiple market cycles. Are these mega trends like population growth, aging and longevity the world getting cancer? And the fact that the longer you live in more likely, you are to get cancer muzzle invested your sickness us. Cancer therapy right now is a hundred billion dollar business. Okay. And they're saying that the incidence of cancer is going to outstrip the population growth by factor of three to one. So there's opportunity there and a lot of people that say they want to align their portfolios the misery index. This is like you don't like by shorting stocks betting against anything. Right. Bad for the company. But honestly, you're talking about something that you can actually capitalize you can capitalize. And you can also encourage this. You know, the increase in the excessive ability of these treatments the affordability of these treatments. The cancer trends are going faster and higher in the emerging markets where people don't have access to healthcare like we do. So so my question about those type of companies always look at a million companies that are in clinical trials. Let's say. Clinical trials is getting close. But you're still a couple of years out. Is that is that isn't that still a risk? The fact that they may never hit. So it's definitely risk in this. Pressure medicine. Here's a new protocol Viagra. Hey, I'm not kidding. Sometimes that happens. But that doesn't happen all the time. Clinical trials, and they never ever make. This won't surprise you. When we're putting together a c Matic portfolio like this. We're going to recommend stocks across the spectrum of what stage of clinical trials do they have the FDA approval yet? Are they going to market how how commercialized they become? And as a sector is this is this something new for you guys are always been involved in the biotech, we have. But, but I think just in a broader way, this is more kind of sustainable responsible investing focused on on the team specifically among college. You know, we I met you Christina Guston, by the way from UPS, and she's she's a regular on the program when you first came to us, we did this would be a perfect millennial investment millennials are one of the leaders and asking us for these socially responsible, investing themes. This is something that they call it socially responsible. What they're really saying. Hey, my parents are dying. The big little sales. A little bit more money when they want. I just wanted to go to a doctor right now, they want strategies that are aligned with their values. They wanna have meaning in their investments. So a way to do that is by improving healthcare, Arthur, relentless investing more. They're saving. I'm getting more investors now. Yeah. The top. But they're willing to take. Yeah. Christina. Thank you so much Christine Augusta and UBS bringing that up today. Arcadi wealth management for the company that is under the UBS umbrella through San Diego. So if you're in southern California. 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