31 Burst results for "Scholtz"

"scholtz" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

07:09 min | 10 months ago

"scholtz" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"Yeah i mean apple is Is a great example. Because i used. I used the very simple analogy of this is a time. When companies in increasing amounts are closing down bricks and mortar stores and firing humans lending humans. Go in favor of a i. Whatever the hell that means right in favor of automation in favor of moving people to digital where they can avoid talking to humans and what is apple doing right. they've they've bought prime real estate. Grand central the louvre. You know and they're and an and i kinda say somewhat tongue in cheek but you know i day you try and walk from one side of an apple store to the other without being like rugby-tackled by one of their geniuses a one of the you know they're it they're kind of employees and will. I'm sure come back to that. In a moment the would employees is a trigger. Would as well. But but i like the idea of exemplifying accompanied that you know that swims upstream cuts against the grain because true creativity and originality and disruption has to by definition be an exception to the norm. Otherwise if everybody's doing it how on earth is going to separate itself and that's what apple that of many amongst many things. That's what apple is doing and i will say one more thing is. They're also smart because they also recognize. Sometimes people don't want to talk to human beings so you can walk in you can scan your airports or whatever you wanna buy with your apple With your with your app and walk straight out you can essentially check yourself out and you know one day. I'm going to try and experiment. But i'm gonna have to get like the well. I'm going to have to figure out a way to do it without tipping my hand or apples hen but i want to actually walk in and pretend to like check myself out and walk out of the store and see. If i'm caught. You will be i mean you ever wonder what how they know who you are in the queue without you ever peaceable that's what that's what because and part of and part of the you know. The exercise is essentially an exercise trust. You know it's so funny. Because i signed to an example a guy by the name of len hauser who i met years ago at south by south west and he said there are two types of people numerous people and denominator people and i like just got it in a second ride like the numerous people are all about the upside Limitless upside and the denominator people. Just trying to mitigate the downside and and and cost-cutting cetera and. I think that you know even when you think about Fift- rotten and shoplifting. They are or or more importantly. Let's think about churn and attrition and customer defection. That's much more significant when we start looking at all of that as as acceptable numbers right as defaults as as as rounding as rounding errors. We were looking at just in terms of of numbers and stripped out to humanity. We've basically lost but when there's an element of actually humanity inside it. That's when we win and so a company that says look. We accept the fact that they're going to be some people that are going to walk out of our stole without. Actually you know Trying to cheat the system but we accept but there's a certain acceptable amount of wiggle room that says we're building an ecosystem that is based on respect and trust and ultimately being a part of this family that may sound incredibly ephemeral and an unrealistic and a little bit naive. But that's at least you know you talk. You spoke about a true north. That is a true north that actually says we may never get there but at least we were moving in the right direction. Well we saw that with howard scholtz and starbucks where you know even with and i happen to live in an urban area and there's homeless people in the starbucks and it it as a customer. You don't like it but as a company they just put the stake in the ground and anyone can come into the store. Use the facilities without buying anything. Yeah i'm and and you know what it's it's it's funny because starbucks have gone through little iterations of that. You know the big challenge. And i actually started my career I started out my career Working for fast food chicken company. So i i know. A lot about your. I mean bizarre. I i know a lot about about like the franchise and quality control and standardisation and you know an each was a little different. But you've got to try and figure out at least from a cultural standpoint away to replicate and at least create that consistency. And i think that you know in some starbucks. I'd noticed years ago and even some of my previous books that were covering up the plugs. It was just a horrible sign saying we don't want you to charge and linga etc. But for the most part. I think starbucks has moved away from that and that might have been more of a an anomaly where a certain operator might have been a little bit more rogue But yeah you'll still see starbucks that have codes on the door on bought from dawn. It's just it's it's it's like the equivalent of how many times have you gone into a hotel and the hangers are like you know kind of you know the hangers that you contra move. And it's like seriously if you don't trust your customer of you know to kind of like you worry they're stealing your hangers and you go much bigger problems. And so i think again even with starbucks you wanna see an go into detail in terms of creating a little case study of starbucks in the book. But of course they had a terrible incident where you know to african-americans essentially arrested and they were customers et just because for whatever reason the operator or the manager and that stole Clearly had gone a little bit insane and And a little bit racist and so what did starbucks do. They weren't offensive. They didn't you know. Just try and and put all the focus on that one bed egg. They essentially closed every one of their stores and As you know and they and they and they conducted sensitivity training Oneday across every one of the stores in the us. And and i mean that is you know. Should there were skeptical. People in cynical people that kind of looked at that as p. r. or or didn't but but come on which company.

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"scholtz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:54 min | 10 months ago

"scholtz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I'm not worried at all. But i wonder what you think. Well first of all matt. I i happen to be very bullish on texas. Getting in the sec. I think he will help them immensely now. Does that mean that will be hurt. I don't think that you know one thing has anything to do with the other. But because texas is such a one hundred percent. And i got my second question. I wanna ask you. Sure about depositing thing. How do you think that's going to go with them. Saying anime catches it can be brought back and football. And what do you think about that. Well i don't think there's really much I don't think there's much else you can do. to me you have to find a way to protect the most important rivalries and embrace the new ones and then make sure that you're you're not locked into only playing certain teams and never seeing anybody okay. Let me go into what i meant to do. This at the beginning of the show. The president of washington state His name is kirk schultz And this is what he said in an interview yesterday he said what the. Sec has done is unified the other conferences in a way that nothing else could have in terms of working to gather a lot of people. Now are very concerned about the predatory nature of the sec. The predatory nature. You're the president of a university. Dr scholtz you don't even know what you're talking about Do you understand the definition of predatory. You probably wouldn't be in washington state but More presidents are talking. There's a lot of back and forth. So i i just i just went on to say if we add teams just to try to keep up with somebody else. But those teams don't grow our revenue base. Do we really need to add them No you don't that's exactly right. I also seem to remember the pac twelve going after colorado and nebraska couple years ago. Maybe you're the one who's predatory had did that work out. You did colorado and nebraska help your bottom line significantly. All those televisions sets and salt lake and denver. Now watching your game. but but i really I don i need to know. More about kirk scholtz. Because the idea that he accused the sec being predatory doctor show you remember ten years ago. You're league tried to hijack the big twelve. I mean that's what's so funny about all this. I realize texas may have been the instigator but you are also the receiver. The there was there was nearly a merger eleven years ago between the pac twelve and the big twelve Texas texas m. oklahoma. You guys decided you didn't want kansas. You didn't really want baylor. So i mean now you're accusing others and and i'll say it for the million time. The sec took a phone call. That's all they did. This is not a shameless defense of the sec I'll leave that to others. I'm just. I'm spitting out the truth. Here somebody called up the commissioner and said If texas and oklahoma can find a way to come to your league would you take them. And my guess is the sec. Commissioner said well as long as we do it within the framework of their by laws and our bylaws so I think it's just absolutely ridiculous for the president of washington state. Alum pullman. I i mean i mean don't be don't be mad at her by 'cause you're living in pullman washington okay. I'm sorry that's no. That's no reason to call anybody else. Predatory we'll take a break more to come at eight five five to four to seven to eight five. That is our number. We'll talk to the athletic director at arkansas.

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Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz: Mystical Molecules

You Can Heal Your Life

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz: Mystical Molecules

"Today's guest is dr mona lisa scholtz. She's done several books for. Hey how's she's did a couple of books with louise. Hay all is well and heal your mind and her. She has her latest book called mystical molecules healing from illness trauma and tragedy using medical intuition. I love the title. mona lisa. Tell you thank you re. It's a long time coming. So and so with mystical molecules. There must be some mystical experiences. Happened in your life. Well i think all of us have them think we think that a mysticism has to be woo out there. What we need to know is mysticism. Mystical events happen in the most commonplace. Crises or wonderful events in our life. What do you mean by the hour. They wonderful people think they have to go to get an oscar. Go away into the desert. Meet a guy or a woman in a hut who throws bones on the desert sand and gives you some kind of mystical awareness communication from the divine. It doesn't happen that way. All of us who some crisis event a loss in our life when the bleep hits the fan as they say we are intellect. Evades us and through the pain on mind. Our brains molecules in our body as it's transformed through -uilt from illness. The health literally are molecules. Become rearrange so they can access information from another world levine.

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"scholtz" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"scholtz" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"With us as jordan scholtz. My guy my man from espn. You can follow him. On twitter. At schultz underscore report also hosts the pull up podcast. Cj mccollum so. This is real like twitter. Twitter starts churning when twitter starts popping. You know that it's legit and it happened man. James harden headed to brooklyn we've got the nba underway. We've got sports racquet enrolling and james harden a huge trade in the nba man. chris. I can't believe that it happens I felt like it was just so much drama around james harden and i.

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"scholtz" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"All right. Well thank you very much for being on the two of us. Scholtz will the full we got. Where can people find you if they want to save him with? All black will get in touch like he finally. I'm on my website. You say M Well Hyphen read already. Reality don't come. I'm going to keep up quite regularly by scratch. My handles might repented. Remember any of these These houses by should know the back of my head back in my head mangoes and heads. Fine phrases I think it's the top of my head of trying to say yeah Will also my instagram. So you can get a free my website. But he said we'll with one school read eighty nine so I am i. I definitely respond. If you sent me an email any questions when a thing will work by means Ganz touch you know. Play all right. Well they will and Very much Hi thank you so much. Listen to the show the wonderful music you can have as by Gavin Brian. If you like this show please subscribe. There's plenty of episode. Listen to passing good neal's stable on my love.

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"scholtz" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"Closed one hundred seventy five points higher and the Nasdaq was up. Five hundred forty points earlier. I mentioned growing concerns about disruptions to packing plant. Production due to cove in nineteen as cases are confirmed at specific plants. Reportedly spawning labor absenteeism and slower production in some cases agricultural. Economists Glenn Chancer at Kansas State University and Lee Scholtz at Iowa State University offer insight to potential impact on fed cow prices in her newspaper which is called assessing impact packing plant utilization. A lock stock prices. They explain that real to the supply of slaughter cattle. The same number of cattle or increasing cattle numbers cash fed cattle prices decline as beef packing plant capacity utilization increases said another way cash prices decline as competition for Hook space increases. You can find the paper at egg manager Dot Info in that paper Taunton Schultz note. That packer capacity is not an average annual concept but rather how closely industry is to capacity at peak harvest with their specific modeling. Taunt Schultz found that one percent more national beef packing plant utilization corresponded to a one point. Three two percent reduction and cash had cattle prices. Their report details the model development they utilized estimate capacity utilization and price impacts for demonstration purposes. They saved the industry operate. At twenty percent lower capacity rate the same as increase capacity utilization. Then we mantis fed cattle prices to decline by twenty six point four nine percent the extent to which these effects are already priced into the market are beyond the scope of the report they say but it clearly demonstrates the economic importance of packing plant utilization on Fed cattle price declines in the wake of last summer's Tyson. Packing plant fire offers a real world. Example of the concept as logic suggests pork packing plant utilization impacts finish talk prices similarly. The model indicates that a one percent increase in national pork packing plant utilization corresponds with one point eight two percent reduction in Hawk prices. Moreover tonsure Scholtz emphasized their approach offers a broad context which considers aggregate effects at the national level regional effects on markets more closely aligned with any specific plants altering operation would likely differ. They explained adding the impact of a particular plant. Closure would likely have a lot to do with its location and size for example in two thousand eighteen. They say cattle slaughter plants under federal inspection with one million or more annual capacity slaughtered more than fifty six percent of the Federal Inspect Cow Slaughter likewise federally inspected hog slaughter plants with three million hitter. Morango capacity slaughtered more than sixty two percent of the federally inspected hog slaughter. Act that your character market update for Monday. Night and Tuesday morning. The seventh of this is where sexual. Thanks for listening..

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Our Top 10 Films of 2019

Filmspotting

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Our Top 10 Films of 2019

"Last week on the show we focused on our out liar pixies or movies that were unique to our individual top ten list this week. It's what we're calling the consensus picks though as you'll hear in a moment a little bit of a misnomer because these things can never just line up perfectly. We do want to quickly recap the the movies we talked about last week on the show Tasha. You're the big winner with five movies as outliers. You were the only one who loved these movies that much which is to say. Some of US didn't appreciate these films but we didn't appreciate him quite as much as you did. Those titles were I did not realize I was winning but I will take this win They were wild rose the drama about the Scottish woman who wants to be a country and western singer. I lost my body. The French animated drama about a severed hand. Making its way through Paris Chris. The Documentary Hail Satan about the rise of the political group the Satanic Temple. Honey boy the style of movie where he plays his own father and tells his own. The story and the nightingale a harrowing rape revenge drama from Jennifer Kent Director of the Obama Duke tied for second place. Michael and Josh Michael Will Start with you. Four titles else that were outlined four titles ashes pure swathes Uson case great gangster film one child nation a terrific documentary About a filmmaker who goes back to her home village in China to explore the consequences of the government's one child policy that affected everybody in her family and her village waves the drama Rahmah from trae Edwards Scholtz his third feature and a great streak of threes on NFL. Nobody saw nobody knows present. Perfect from school of the the art institute graduate and it's a wonderful Colli picture of about a youtube stars in China and just come into the lives we learn about through all this phone footage Josh. You're foreign. I had Clerides highlife. Joanna Hogg's the Souvenir Takeaway. TD's Joe Joe. Rabbit and Pedro Element over Spain and glory so my top ten list. Apparently very boring and predictable. I only had three outliers. Safdie brothers Uncut Gems starring. Adam Sandler. Her was my number nine choice. Alex Perry's her smell starring Elizabeth Moss one of the best performances by an actress. This year I think was my number seven choice and I had James. Gray's Astra Astra starring Brad Pitt at number six.

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Secrets of Apollo 10

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Secrets of Apollo 10

"NASA has shared a proud association with the late Charles M. Scholtz and his American icon snoopy since the Apollo missions began this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz created comic strips depicting snoopy on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in May nineteen sixty-nine the Apollo ten mission required the lunar module to Skim the Moon's surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting the Apollo eleven landing site so the crew named the lunar module snoopy and there was no better name for the command module then Charlie Brown snoopy's loyal owner now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic Apollo Missions Snoopy and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining NASA Nisa for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard Jeff Golden and two of the Apollo astronauts. Tom Stafford Gene Cernan in a lighthearted.

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An Interview with 'Game of Thrones' and 'After Life' Actor Tim Plester

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

11:49 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with 'Game of Thrones' and 'After Life' Actor Tim Plester

"My next guest filmography includes game of thrones kick, ass bohemian, rhapsody in the absolutely wonderful afterlife. He is an actor. He's been a playwright. He is a wonderful documentarian. His name is Tim plaster, Tim. Thank you so much. How's everything? Good evening was evening here in, in London. Yes, I'm fine. I'm fine. I think we before we spoke. I mentioned you know with the time difference, essentially almost my bedtime here, so are trying remain awake and lucid as much as possible, but I would normally be getting into bed him up Djaama's. All right about this time. No. I think the world of you for coming on, and I can't even thank you. If we were face to face at buy you a logger or whatever. Nice bitter or Brown. I l is my is my drink of choice. Fair enough fair enough. So I have to say, you know, before we get into your acting in some of your training, I didn't realize how wonderful and how really skilled, you at developing documentaries, my goodness. Tim, not that I didn't think I would think otherwise, but, you know, you think you also he's going to be an actor. It's the traditional path to acting but you're a pretty talented guy, you've got play writing you are absolutely wonderful developing documentaries, touch a little bit about that. If you would. Is kind of the two things in a way. I mean they are connected in my. Distant past of, you know how it got into doing any of this really is that I think, in my initial kind of interest in it was was wanting to be an actor kind of understood an early age. I think that that was something that was a job. And people did it and I might be able to aspire to do it one day, and I somewhere along the line I started to write as well. And then I think I had this notion that how they would work together as I could be a writer and then right? The best part, so myself to be in and be a writer actor, that was my own when, when it was, you know, I'm talking about when I was, I don't know, ten eleven years old. I wrote my first. My first play which I don't have a copy of anymore. It was an adaptation of the hound of the basketball's show comes adventure, which Adat loosely adopted from the original source material by Conan Doyle, and then cost myself as a show comes in it. So I think in a way it was quite an egotistical thing as a as a young man, I would write plays. And then I would be in them as well as the kind of the, the lead actor earned slowed and I went to college, and I continue to do that, that I then at that point, I had a real Kashin the I wanted to be a kind of comedic actor on thinking about going right back to, you know, Monty python an had growing up. My dad had grown up making me not making me watch Monty python. But my dad was Monty python San. So it'd been exposed to that kind of. A knock kick. British humor Anneli agent. I think no something that I thought I wanted to do, when I was at college, I was still writing then. But if more sketches comedy sketches on somewhere along the line while it was a college, I decided, I was ready. I got more and more interested in the writing and slightly less interested in the acting and the writing took over for a while. I ran a theatre company when I first left college and wasn't acting tool. And then I fell back into acting. I think the thing that I was scared about with the suing acting actually, as a career when I left. College or university was I just had that fair sitting waiting for the phone to ring and I just felt I couldn't face it. And I wanted to do something that I thought I could be a could be doing something move proactive. I just felt it was very you basically had to sit and wait for the world to come to. And I felt if I was wrong to I could always be developing things I could be a home. You know, writing what I could I could do you can do that on your own team? You have to you. Can't you can't act on your own, you know, it doesn't it doesn't work that way. And so originally, the first things I made were were. We're not talk. You mentioned a toll my route to, to documentaries quite a long, one really in the first short films. I made were narrative comedies and I only fell into making documentaries about ten years ago, and that was again, just it was very, it was a personal story that came to me it was it was a story about the village. I grew up with I grew up in and the story that was connected to my, my father and my uncle and kind of ideas of English identity and just my uncle. Basically suggested to me one day that somebody should make a film about. It's about this English tradition of Danzig code Morris, dancing, which is open to much much ridicule in the UK. An I'd always lofted it myself when infected run away from it as a young man in never wants to do it. Morris dancing in the US as well. Unin Canada, Australia. There are more stones teams. A my uncle just told me the story about what Morris dancing meant to him onto the village where I grew up, and he suggested some they should make a film about it. And I sold about it for awhile muscle. Why don't I, I might get? And I didn't really know anything about documentaries. It wasn't a passion of mine and. It just so I think the kind of moving into documentary came from a very personal connection initially, and then I found out, I really enjoyed doing found it was a really interesting way to work. And I think you know this thing about documentary that I enjoy so nerve wracking the unlike writing script, which had been used to you end up writing the film in the edit. Don't do it. You flip the whole thing in you, actually if you if your instincts right on the day. Thank you, filming the right. Kind of things Mateen Durant kind of paper. But ultimately, you start to do the writing when you start to do the, the editing the pace, so yeah, and you're you clearly a skilled writer. I mean that, that just is pretty evident. But are you able to do you have any are you also documentary films his own documented, or is that something you pass off the somebody else, or hire somebody else to do? What you mean kind of doing behind the scenes not a like. So when you so I, I know you the documentary, I believe was it on Shirley Collins. Is that right? Yeah. Yes. Yes. So when you look at you hire somebody to do the camera work, or are you able to do that on your own? Gotcha. I'm with you. I am not a south futa. The term is I learned that, that muchly lost year. I am not self shoots. I work with another director could rub curry. Who I made two feature films with now and to shorts documentaries. Nice yet to Scholtz to features a Nive of us, and rope does a little bit of camera work, but I don't do any I we saw we, we always we, we hire people into, to do that side of things to do Cameron sound. And in fact, last year, the most recent projects men rope worked on together. We shot in the in south in deep, South America last year, which was never been to that part of the US before and had always wanted to go. And we hide a CHA from New York actually could Damian who came down a met in Charlottesville. And we went on a road trip with him. And he, he handled picture and sound and man rope kind of handled questioning and kind of start. Tried to steer in the direction that we that we saw it should go. But I, I would like to be able to be a bit more hands on, on the camera. But that's somebody list of things to do. Derek, is it seems talk? This seems very difficult and I to say, you know, I was on your website, today, which is fantastic. I learned a lot about you manageable research that, obviously, but, you know, I was watching your film, film real and so forth. It's you know you have a couple of projects coming up in the document documentary portion of your life. It's I believe I'm going to say gray, owl, and Daniel Boonsak, correct. Yeah. So both of those are in early stages of development that kind of connective tissue between the two. I think they're both about ideas of wilderness. Think. Yep. Done. You boom we did a bit of research on, when we were I've written in states lost you. We actually spent a bit of time in Daniel, Boone, national forest in, in Kentucky, and we spent some time with this poet, cold Morris. Manning is from Kentucky and he wrote a book in, I think, thousand full companion fouls. And it's a collection of poems written in the voice of Daniel, Boone. An I read that book or read read, not just that book, but a couple of Morris Manning's books. When I was filming a HBO project in, in Canada four years ago. And that's when I first is thinking about. Maybe doing something about Daniel Boone because it had been a, you know. A figure that a known about for a long time. It's quite a not of English people know very much about Daniel, Boone. Because I always had to the vested interest in, in kind of the, the, the American west and ideas of wilderness. He was definitely a you know, a nine the I knew I didn't know a great deal by him. But I, I knew something about the mythology around Boone and Morris Manning's book is, is fantastic pace of pace of work sites. A biography as poems is just a really kind of spoke to me and made me think that, that was definitely some, some room in not to be use Morris's poems. Maybe, as, as a starting point to make some kind of. Documentary about Boone and it just strikes me that nobody's touched upon boon for awhile, Don aware of right. There are popular TV shows are now in resting in the fifties and sixties, but he's kind of fallen out of favor in a way.

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Snoopy in Space

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Snoopy in Space

"Nasa has shared a proud association with the late Charles M Scholtz, and his American icon, Snoopy since the Apollo missions began shoes innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas, that shave our future in the nineteen sixties Charles Schultz, created comic strips depicting Snoopy, on the moon capturing public excitement about America's achievements in space in may nineteen sixty nine the Apollo, ten mission required the lunar module to skim the moon surface to within fifty thousand feet and snoop around scouting, the Apollo eleven landing site. So the crew named the lunar module Snoopy, and there was no better name for the command module. Then Charlie Brown Snoopy's loyal owner. Now is NASA celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the historic, Apollo missions, Snoopy, and the beloved peanuts characters are once again joining me. Data for some space aged programming peanuts and space secrets of Apollo ten a short documentary of sorts features Ron Howard, Jeff golden and two of the Apollo ten astronauts. Tom Stafford in gene Cernan in a light hearted. Look at arm missions to the moon or innovation now, I'm Jennifer Kolar innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V.

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German bank merger crumbles as Deutsche Bank tie-up talks with Commerzbank end

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:04 min | 3 years ago

German bank merger crumbles as Deutsche Bank tie-up talks with Commerzbank end

"Let's start with the main event. A big story this morning, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank. The talks are Hoover. I want to bring in Bloomberg's Matt Miller to get up. To speed on the end of merger talks. What broken well Berlin has been against this really from from day one with the exception of the finance ministry, Olaf Scholtz and his deputy your cookies were really the driving force behind these talks to begin with. But as soon as people started talking about thirty to forty thousand job cuts as a result. It just was it just was a bad look for everybody here and Anglo miracle and the rest of the and the rest of the powerful politicians in the capital fought against it. So from Deutsche Bank perspective, it was just at least what they said this morning, it just proved to be too expensive and too complex to pull off. But from a political perspective, it just wasn't gonna fly so coma. Spanked potentially have got other downspouts we've seen in the news. I and cheer interested. We've seen in the news several reports that only credit is said to be interested as well. Where does it leave? What you back, man. Yeah. I actually asked. To the CFO James von Moltke this today because obviously by stepping out of the running to buy Commerce Bank. They leave themselves open to competition in the future. If someone else comes in buys Commerce Bank. They can get big in Germany, listen to what on mulkey told me. Yes, we do envisage over time that industry consolidation will take place in Europe, and the dodger bunk wants to be part of that the timing and the specific form of that obviously remains to be seen. We've talked a lot about doing our homework to continue executing on our plans executing on the restructuring of the company and the improvement in our shareholder returns. So not only did they discuss the facts that Commerce Bank could become really serious competition. If they get taken over by European competitor. They do want to stay in the consolidation of European banks going forward just not right now

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Climate change top of voters' minds in NSW election

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 3 years ago

Climate change top of voters' minds in NSW election

"It's called. Men and women who work and leaving Electric's of those officer. History. Leah's prime minister Scott Morrison wasn't yet prime minister when he made that infamous so-called cola, phobia speech in the nation's parliament in twenty seventeen but it certainly helps set the scene for what would become one of the most consequential battles of his political career. Fishawy Mr. spike out. The fleet stars officer. But it's that novelty break up the quitting the job in the towns and the industries and indeed in this country because of their pathological ideological opposition to call important part of Australia will face a federal election in the first half of this year and being the fifth straight win prime minister in a decade Morrison knows exactly help politically sensitive his government's energy policy could be in a country. That's just experienced a string of record breaking heat waves. It's perhaps not surprising to find climate change near to the top of otas. Concerns for Australians, extreme weather doesn't just mean Scholtz and Teixeira and more days down at the beach. Toria ablaze counting the cost of the worst bushfires in decades. I hate wave always brings with it. An increased risk of deadly bushfires. To understand the nation's emissions policy predicament. It's important to consider the economic impact too. By value. Australia is the world's largest coal exporter. Despite Scott, Morrison's cola phobia, stumped in parliament industry has recognized that a shift to other means of power will be an eventual reality. The question is how eventual a report by the Brookings institute found that it measures recommended in the Paris climate agreement in two thousand fifteen were fully implemented. Australia's economy would suffer. Of course, a full global commitment of that kind as highly unlikely, but it has helped spook enough of straightly as politicians to spark notable seat shuffling in Canberra after all conventional wisdom suggests that when the economy tumbles governments crumble, prime minister, Morrison's latest hope is that a couple of old ideas might when taken together carry the appearance of something near first. There's the old direct action. Policy. First pitch by former Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, which essentially pays businesses to cut carbon emissions. This game was initially funded by taxpayers to the tune of two point five billion Australian dollars from this fund way will purchase improvements in the environment. That will also reduce emissions. The kinds of things Morrison's predescessor tumble dismissed the plan as a recipe for fiscal recklessness on a grand scale. But now a couple of tumbles earn ideas obeying fide backup to the two. Pronged approach would see a considerable boost to the snowy mountains hydro electric game billed as a cost effective way of generating green energy. Meanwhile, a cable running from Australian mainland to the island state of Tasmania would boost the nation's overall 'electricity capacity pot of Tasmania's so-called battery of the. Program. Even if prime minister Morrison manages to get he's energy policies up and running without losing his job. He's on slippery ground. Australia's energy minister Angus Taylor seems to have made a habit of claiming that the nation's emissions are falling despite the government's own official figures showing the opposite emissions are up by the last five years down. What will actually the lightest grain house? Guests report that came out last week says that emissions at Dan by I've a one percent and they like trinity sector. We know. Up by one percent. Every night your own berry to be clear emissions, in fact up. There's plenty of evidence to suggest that climate change is an increasingly important issue to the average Australian vote home some observers have gone as far as dubbing this year's election the climate change

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"scholtz" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Money compare cards dot com as a new survey on their tendencies Matt Schultz is a senior industry analysts there. Matt what did you find what we found is that an awful lot of millennials have had their Goto credit card longer than they have had their most recent romantic relationship and reason to a degree because they are so unlikely to want to change their card and a little bit leery of credit cards period, but still pretty interesting of data. What does that say? Well, I think what it says. Millennials aren't very likely to trade out their cards, even though they probably should be because chances are millennials aren't necessarily gear twenty twenty one anymore. There might be a little more in their career a little more, comfortable financially. So chances are that first card that they got which probably still using them very well anymore. Okay. Meaning what is perhaps a higher interest rate because they got it when they were an older teenager or something. Yeah. Exactly when you when you get your first card chances are it's got a higher APR. Then you probably need right now. Wore sees is great rewards. It's just a starter kit. It's a credit card with training wheels. And you should pretty much move onto the next card as soon as you can't after that. All right. So you referenced a trading it out or or moving on does that mean one cancel it altogether. And find something new or call that original credit card company and say, hey, I'm twenty eight now how about, you know, looking at my history of financial responsibility cut that interest rate. Give me more, you know, perks or something like that. Is that possible? Yeah. Absolutely. People would be surprised at how easy it is to to get a break from your credit card issuer. If you ask for it. We found that something like two-thirds with people who asked for in APR on their credit card got one, but very few people ever do. So it's like, your mom and dad used to tell you the worst thing that can happen is that somebody will say, no. But if they say, yes, really cool things can happen. We're speaking with Matt Schultz chief industry analysts at compare cards dot com. They've done a new survey about millennials relationships with their credit cards. What was the point here about boycotting millennials are more likely to boycott? Yeah. We asked people because it seems like there's a new boycott hitting the news headlines every day we wanted to take a look at how people are spending, and how people how people's views and perspectives on things impact how they spend in. We found a lot of millennials are in fact, boycotting about a third of them. Did they have boycotted in the past year and a little bit less than that say they're still boycotting something right now Scholtz from credit, compare cards dot com. Thirty minutes now.

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"scholtz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Five three eight two four two three three two three five three eight c h. Someone has to do it might as well be you. The Chad Benson show. Trump you see weaknesses. Not to study for. So. You know, it's about you know, the quarterback pressure the quarterback hits just making a move up this feel comfortable as long as you feel you close to home. You know does any quarterback you make them feel comfortable? So you want this actually want the strips at the same time lawns you affected him, someway, somehow to the point where he too comfortable in a pocket know do what he do. You know, we don't we don't get a duck Donald right there. The man who is going to chase Brady around this weekend at the Super Bowl. And here's here's here's how you become a great football team. Great quarterback. And somebody who can get two great quarterbacks. They go. You make a quarterback uncomfortable. You hit him. You knock him down. I think they said Brady's been knocked down once in the playoffs. And he hasn't been sacked part of that's because he gets rid of the ball of two seconds. But the other part of that is because they kind of protect him. And it's they change up the game. It's very interesting. Watching the way that this goes the way that they're doing this the mind games of it all and and it will be interesting again this weekend, I'm excited. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. I just love listening to people angry at at Mr. Scholtz Howard. How dare you Ron every.

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"scholtz" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Coming up. We are going to get into a bunch of stuff way to get you. So check this out at Duke University, professor stepped down after a report wherein. He because he was ahead of the masters program at Duke University, professor had asked Chinese students to speak English like in the class and everything instead of their native language. They this is something that they cost cauti- cautioned all international students to do. And now the professor has to step down. They said she had suggested apparently to students to refrain from speaking Chinese like in the class. So you can improve on your English. And everyone says that the professor at Duke is racist. And now the professor lost their job. Kane is flipping out right now. His job. So you're you're firing someone for doing their job in the name of some newly discovered political correctness. Screw these people. I mean, there should it's so racist to not have multiple language in the classroom and to have the Star Trek simultaneous interpreter computer system, implement put in an installed in the classroom to. Translate everything that everyone says to help foster learning I totally fine with everyone speaking a different language in the classroom. And no one understanding what the hell anything is going on at all. How do you organize learning? Otherwise, you just can't just you know with magic. So we're going to discuss that. It's and that's not the only dump story. That's not the only dump story. What dana? You're kidding me. Yeah. I'm not actually. So apparently Andrew Cuomo wants to make it if you assault a regular person, it's a regular grime. But if you assaulted journalist, well, then he wants to actually make that bigger crime than assaulting a regular person. How about we just don't have assaulting anybody? So we're going to have that story for you as well. Also, the latest with all of the government shutdown everything an indie twenty twenty-five because there is a huge huge fight. That's already underway right now Owen, then I have the man pond story for you. Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Will have that for you? So Democrats civil war everyone's trying to attack Scholtz Kamala, Harris must've been gone. Oh, wait till you hear what she has to say about Medicaid.

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"scholtz" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"He's a fun guy to to have on yet. Adaptive snow bike cross. It was a monster. Mike Scholtz Tyler brandenburger and Kevin Royston one two and three. And then you had a Paris snow by cross. It was Doug Henry, we'll Posey and Leighton Lillie in third. Gotta give shout out to my boy, Paul thacker. He finished up there in the fifth spot and then kind of moving down a bit. I love that name windy snowboard knuckle Huck. It's crazy. You know, you get windy sponsoring these events. Coda check Jesse Kurt Shmaya Brockway or they were one two and three in still bike cross. My boy Darren me's finished up in fourth man would love to see him on the box. And then you had that Harley Davidson snow bike hill. Climb was Logan meat and Travis Lee, Witt lock one two and then. Your best trick for snow bike. It was rob Brett Turcott and Ethan Roberts rounding out your rounding out. I guess the field there, and I do have to say man, nobody best trick. This one's got me. And I've been very vocal about this X games. The racing stuff came in back with rally car racing. And that was when Travis Pastrana, and Dave Mirra and were making the transition. That's before Kim block was even Ken block brought it in because you know, here's these big name athletes trying to transition, you know, out of a cage or out of you know, after bikes into a cage. So they brought in rally car racing and with that with rally car racing. You know, it kind of morphed X games, and then stadium super trucks came in and all these other events and enduro cross. I'm one of those firm believers in we shouldn't have racing with engines in X games. I it's not an action sport. Is it a cool dry? We got motorsports all over. And you know, I've got a lot of good friends who. A lot of good friends who who race, you know. And and, you know, make a living at this deal. But I don't know that it's a fit for X games. I'd rather ESPN go, you know, what we're gonna make this a big deal, and you know, and give your own TV show or something like that. Like, I don't know. That's just kinda my feelings on it. So, but I you know, I'd like to go back to just a core action sports X games. That's kind of kind of where I would love to see things in the future. But I I don't know. It's just I think X games is in a weird spot. You know, and it's not just me. I think you breed around the internet and things like that. Like, it is you know, and it used to be like literally it stopped you dead in your tracks. When X games is going to happen. And now it's just kind of an afterthought like people don't stop dead in their tracks to watch X games people. You know, it's kinda that passive like oh flipping the channels X games on a watch that used to be the must see TV and it's not anymore. I wanna go back to the days of Tony hawk and the nine hundred on primetime TV in every. Television set in the country is tuned in same thing with FM max, I mean Pastrana and dig and it was like what are they going to bring this year? It was must see TV dirt jumping was that way. At one point. You had the biggest names Dave mirrors. Like is. He gonna bring the double back. We hear rumors Dave MIR's gonna bring the double back were tune in. It was prime time. You know, I it was you know, it was crazy. And now I just feel like we've kind of lost that a bit. We can get back to it. You know? And it's just I think we've lost it a bit. So I don't know still a massive X games fan. Can't wait to to you know, to see what's in store. I it's summer acts. I think min- Minneapolis been an amazing venue really excited about that. But we've got to take a short break we come back. It has Kyle Chisholm on.

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"scholtz" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on KOMO

"Horrible president we've got then they should defer to that person. But it's very very early. And then I think more than a little presumptuous of people to say, oh Howard Schultz, would definitely be a spoiler. And Democrats whoever that, you know, the yet unnamed democrat must have a better chance to win than he does. He's a bright guy. He's a good thinker and let him explore it and see how how people respond to what he has to say. And who he is. So what you're essentially saying if I have this right is if Schultz were to wind up being a stronger candidate than whomever, the Democrats choose that that person should intern differ to Schultz in order to be able to win the presidency. Yeah. I mean, the basic message here seems to be oh gosh. No one who's an independent can run because that would by definition spoil a Democrat's chances. And the democrat seemingly is guaranteed to win. Well that didn't work out. So well for last time, and my don't believe is we need a centrist third party. And frankly, I'd like to see whether it's Howard Schultz or Mike Bloomberg or anybody else. I'd like to see them work to develop a centrist third party. I don't believe there's an equivalence between the damn says the ours. I think the Republicans are way off track and the Democrats has done a lot of good. But I also think there's a need for a third alternative where people who are not on the extreme one way or another can say, look, I think we need a balanced budget. I think we need to stop deficit spending. We also need to address climate change. And we need to stop this important ostracizing of people who are different. And and so finding someone who can thread that needle and say, look commonsense centrism is not only just something and independent should do. But. We need a third party. I'd like the Mr. Scholtz or or Mr. Bloomberg or somebody pushed for that broadly, not just presidentially, but at all levels of of political tickets. What will you be watching for in the weeks ahead as his kind of shakes out? Well, I think you know, it's not surprising that the Democrats particularly would be concerned about this. There's good reason to be concerned. But let's see what Mr. Scholtz has to say.

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"scholtz" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on KOMO

"Charlie harder. You're hearing a lot of pushback from Democrats who don't like the idea former Starbucks head Howard Schultz running for president as an independent. Former democratic congressman Brian Baird isn't one of them. He's behind an effort to start a third party for independent voters. And I asked him for his thoughts on the Scholtz news. Well, first of all Howard Schultz is an extraordinarily accomplished individual. And he sees that a number of great things in not only business, but in charitable and contribution. So. Exceptionally. Think well qualified in many ways, he's about experience politically, but in terms of other aspects of life. He's got great experience. I think one of the key things here is going to be whomever run. Whether it's a democrat or an independent, they need to be willing to say if someone else has a better chance to win this election and replaced this horrible president we've got then they should defer to that person. But it's very very early. And then I think more than a little presumptuous of people to say, oh Howard Schultz, would definitely be a spoiler. And a democrat whoever that, you know, the yet unnamed democrat must have a better chance to win than he does. He's a bright guy. He's a good thinker and let him explore it and see how how people respond to what he has to say who he is. So what you're essentially saying if I have this right is if Schultz were to wind up being a stronger candidate than whomever, the Democrats choose that that person should intern defer to Schultz in order to be able. To win the presidency. Yeah. I mean, the the basic message here seems to be oh gosh. No one who's an independent can run because that would by definition spoil a Democrat's chances in the democrat seemingly is guaranteed to win. Well that didn't work out. So well for last time, and well believe is we need a centrist third party. And frankly, I'd like to see whether it's Howard Schultz or Mike Bloomberg or anybody else. I'd like to see them work to develop a centrist third party. I don't believe there's an equivalence between the Demi ours. I think the Republicans are way off track and the Democrats has done a lot of good. But I also think there's a need for a third alternative where people who are not on the extreme one way or another can say, look, I think we need about let's budget. I think we need to stop deficit spending. We also need to address climate change, and we need to stop this abhorrent ostracizing of people who are different. And and so finding someone who can thread that needle and say, look commonsense centrism is not only just something and independent should do. But we need a third. Party. I'd like to see Mr. Scholtz or or Mr. Bloomberg or somebody push for that broadly, not just presidentially, but at all levels of the political tickets. What will you be watching for in the weeks ahead as his kind of shakes out? Well, I think you know, it's not surprising that the Democrats particularly would be concerned about this. There's good reason to be concerned. But let's see what Mr. Scholtz has to say what is his political message? What is his agenda? How does he want this country to move forward and give that a fair thought? One of the things that struggling is how many people have jumped on the negative Schultz bandwagon before they've really given him a chance they would resent the heck out of that. If someone from the get-go rejected one.

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"scholtz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Fest. Donald we love the Donald joke around with the Donald. Oh, great Donald. And now he's Hitler right run as a Republican, obviously you want to put people. Yeah. But the point was he was famous back, then that's why his name recognition did electrify people. Howard Schultz knows Howard shelters who think that he does Charlie Brown and Snoopy. That's the most famous trials Scholtz have and spelled differently. But hey, you get the idea. No one's electrified by this. Well. As he watched the news as you read the room run as an independent, whereas even work, would you go to the democratic. He would siphon votes away from the Dell. Does he go to the democratic debates early on probably those are going to be fun because it'll be like one debate will take two nights with as may of the thirty candidate more than even Republicans. Iran. Ran over the weekend Hillary's not rolling yourself out yet last. Chance. One would order. Speaking fee is now it's it's half of what it was more than it should be the only you wasn't running. Then there'd be nothing hill and Bill is not yet. And heard a lot about this big arena tours. It had were they had a lot of empty seats miles. What else you what's coming up today on the Mike Slater show, by the way? Yes. Miles producer side. No. We have a holocaust talk. I'll ask guy. What's coming up on your show, or should I ask miles? Well, we're gonna talk about karma Harris, we found out how to pronounce her name Lascaux very exciting. Experience talking about Trump's medieval vanity wall. I guess that's all it is who they had. They had. And we're gonna talk about something about Kamla that miles keeps bringing up all the time, whatever his.

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"scholtz" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"And if he wanted to he could like blow up the party by just saying, I'm out created a there are people lobbying all the time like Cornell west and a bunch of his delegates set up a third party for him. If he wants it, and he said, no. So I don't know what the people the people who are like if you don't like this get no, he's like, the only thing saving you. He's going to take lumps. If he doesn't win the nomination and not endorse the green party. That's that's great take it. I don't understand. It is amazing. They say not never gonna fuck you. And then if he were run independently their heads would explode, it would they would all they would just be scanners. How dare you for many of the candidates right now? I don't think if they were to win the nomination there would be a left third party moving on a serious one. If it were Bloomberg or something, sure. But that's that's really the. Except she even even Biden, I think would be just people are. So it's very hard to have a third party active like when there's incumbent Republican president who the base really hates. Yeah. Like look at Nader's look at the NATO vote in two thousand four just collapsed. So I don't think that's a threat. But the threat is more of a burnt burnt his nominee than herald Schultz is gonna yes the country saying folks, it's time for serious talk about the debt. This wild socialism's out of control. You remember the? We're talking about Bloomberg writing is an independent which which he said he would do it. If Trump and Bernie were the nominees fucking coffee man is thinking about doing it, Mr. Starbucks guy, and every fucking doughnut who voted for who would vote for Howard Scholtz in split the vote and get Trump back in there. You couldn't say to them. Well, look at you..

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"scholtz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nickname for that move. What I read was your wife. The doctor don't kick. Exactly, there's. Baby. And all of a sudden you. So after the literally after the game, my wife now, we go home, she changes and everything gets her back, and we go straight to the hospital at like midnight, twelve thirty. And I have my daughter in literally the next day. I had my daughter that night. Well, that's awesome. Adulation? How's she doing this morning? Definitely. Absolute joy to talk to you. But we have asked you here to play a game this time we're calling now that's what I call an offensive line. A lot about defense. You were very good at that. But what do you know about offensive lines? That is things people said or did that offended people? We're going to ask you about three offensive lines. Get two questions. Right. You wanna prize for one of our listeners Bill who is Charles Tomlin playing for Diane Scholtz have Austin, Texas. You're ready to do this. All right. Big. Also, if you on the phone. She's presumably presumably listening at home though. So, you know. I found real right now. All right. Here's the first question. Charles during the early days of spaceflight TV stations would often often broadcast the astronauts live in NASA was worried that one of their astronauts in particular would swear when the whole world was watching him in order to prevent that. Nasa did what they told him that for safety's sake he had to wear a gag. So he wouldn't quote inhale space. Be careful psi ops campaign. They convinced him that the most offensive swear he could possibly say was Gad's zoo cts or see they hypnotized him. So he would come anytime. He wanted to swear I'm gonna go with option Farley. I'm gonna go out and see option c you're right. That's what they did. Nasa says the admit they did this. They've never said what astronaut they did it too. But it is absolutely true. That astronaut Pete coun- rod while he was on the moon and one of the Apollo missions, weirdly hummed all the time. Suspicions. All right. Charles. Second question BBC radio goes to great lengths to keep its listeners safe from offensive content. They even put a decade long ban on what song because they thought it was offensive was it a Madonna's like a virgin be ice t's cop killer or see Bobby pickett's, the monster mash on going to have to go with my guy. I e you'd think that it was the monster. They said this is back in the sixties and the song came out. They did not play for ten years because they thought it was quote too morbid. Once.

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"scholtz" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on The Young Turks

"And so and it's different than a congressional race. Then so context matters in all situations. So when the just Democrats ran sixty candidates were ran, twelve endorse, others, etc. All the things that they did. Well, you didn't have to have all sixty win. And congressional races are easier to win right? But when you get to the presidential level, and it's actually really unselfish of him to say, I don't wanna waste your money. Right. Because I realized this is not doable. So what does that leave you with that leaves you with you got to have tremendous name recognition already or you have to be tremendously wealthy. And that is why this question is around right now, not just politicians that you've heard of okay, and that have the name recognition. But also, the only other people being considered are billionaires. So there's talking to Michael Bloomberg. And Howard Scholtz and and other wealthy people getting in. And so there's something wrong with that system and Richardo Jenner has been a great fighter in West Virginia to get money out of politics to begin with. He he helped wolf pack with their free and fair elections resolution, which would get all private financing of elections. So we could actually have public financing if we had public financing, then oh Jetta woulda had a shot. Why? Because then you go and actually sign up actual human beings. And that what that's what issue legitimacy and the access to the funds that everyone else has access to and that is doable. That's still for anybody. Then anybody could run for any office in this country. But as long as we have private financing of elections. No, you're gonna get killed by the millions of dollars in presidential election. Billions of dollars that the wealthy..

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"scholtz" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"There's nothing wrong with the system. It is perfect. I agree can be stopped. Timing's actually what it is. You're looking flaws ever get any false positives? We arresting individuals who have broken the law, but they will be prevented from avenue doesn't change. The fact that it was going system. Can't be wrong. It totally fits minority report. I think that movie still holds up actually the funny thing is that movie is also based on a fairly old Scholtz short story by by Philip, dick. And the funny thing is it's it was good. Then I think it's gotten better than hindsight. Like as we have moved farther that direction that movie, you cannot type in minority report and watch how often it is cited now based on the way, we gather data and the way we use this data through artificial intelligence or whatever means to predict behavior predictive algorithms, right? And and we're predictive algorithms have really come into play is this larger idea of who is likely to re-offend once you've been accused of or committed a crime in in in a very real way. It's actually taking place right now in New Jersey where which has eliminated the the low level bail system entirely that they found that if they could with a certain category of fines and a certain, and if you had the certain demographic. If you're over twenty four years old or twenty five years old, you are absolutely likely to show up for your court hearing as likely to show up as if you had bail or not. So they thought well, why are we creating a system that's essentially just penalizing people who are poor who are very likely to show up to their court case and go through the system in the manner that they were rose adjudicated. But the problem with this or finding not so much with New Jersey, New Jersey system, these this these predictive behavior things are working on sentencing guidelines for for courts for prisons away. They they decide to manage populations. But the problem is that your algorithm your your data's only as good as the.

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"scholtz" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"scholtz" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Looking back a bit before the creation of the department of homeland security believe back in two thousand three under what agency was the coastguard included was at the department of transportation. Yeah. But it's always been considered a branch of the military. And this is something that can be lost. If you don't if you don't follow the military, and where the funding comes from at all times. But the coast guard is a branch of the armed forces. Coastguard men and women when they get out of the coast guard or able to US Department of veterans affairs facilities day are considered uniform servicemembers, and this is one of the things that Admiral Carl Scholtz the common out of coast guard has may has made clear in his messages to people is to remind American public remind lawmakers and the White House that. The minimum of the coast guard are part of the military and essentially saying if if any other branch of the military was not getting paid right now, we'd be hearing more about it. But for some reason, the coastguard is being is being overlooked. And as one Representative on the hill told me when I was asking about what's happening with funding for the coast guard. He said the coast guard has fallen into a black hole and nobody's really able to to get this pay thing pushed through for them. And when when things of devolved into a fight, they can't decide anything, then the coastguard just come sidelined, a broader, the broader discussions to open the government. So they're just still waiting. It's really a shame because of the way they're categorized. They fall into this Blackhall. Correct. But we there is talk. Lawmakers have have spoken about the need to think about a way to make sure that this doesn't happen in the future. If shutdowns and this kind of brinksmanship by the Republican and democratic parties that leaves your government shutdowns the way. Of the future and something we're always going to have to deal with lawmakers and said, we probably need to address some concerns if this is the new norm to make sure that this doesn't happen to folks like the coastguard and other really essential parts of the machinery that keeps the country safe and is conducting missions abroad well Street Journal reporter, Ben Kessler, joining us from Washington. Thanks, ben. Thank you. And that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal..

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Coast Guard in Rough Seas Because of Shutdown

WSJ What's News

03:31 min | 3 years ago

Coast Guard in Rough Seas Because of Shutdown

"Is the coast guard adversely affected by the lack of deal to fund the government because funding comes from the department of homeland security because it's the only military branch that doesn't fall under the Pentagon and department defense funding falls under our homeland security, and they are affected by the partial government shutdown. So right now, the active duty coast guard and civilians who work for the coastguard active reserves. None of them are getting paid. How many coastguard employees are going without a paycheck, both active duty and civilian? So there's about fifty five thousand from active, active duty civilians, etcetera who fall under the active component. They are the ones who are currently not getting paid. And we're going into the second week that civilians at the coast guard aren't getting paid civilian employees. We won't hit the next the second round paychecks for active duty coast guard until February first but on February. I not only will the the active duty coast guard numbers beginning paid. But then retirees and beneficiaries also be hit. That's about fifty thousand more people. So we're talking about one hundred thousand people overall are more that's about right? Are these active duty workers they furloughed or they working without pay? No, they are working without pay and they coast guard commandant and the master chief petty officer, the coastguard are have been out on Twitter and sending messages to the force. And they've been out on Capitol Hill reminding the public that the men and women of the coast guard are not sitting at home during this. They are working every day and not getting paid. While they do that. Yes. As you say, you know, the coast guard has been very angry vocal about the shutdown. Its head Admiral Carl Scholtz has tweeted his frustration to coast guard members. Now, wasn't there recently attended of deal between the White House and Senate to move forward with a Bill to at least pay active duty coast guard members. So the actual nuts and bolts of the deal that was worked out kind of vague. But my understanding of it, and and talk of folks on the hill about it is the White House, and the Senate came to a sort of a tentative agreement that the White House would would sign legislation that came across President Trump's desk to pay for the active duty coast guard, but then as the quote unquote, kinks as as one legislator told me the kinks are being worked out of legislation then request of whether or not billions get paid. Whether folks who are reservists, but are currently doing an active duty job get paid everything got bogged down in those negotiations, and nobody could be on anything. Besides the fact that we should be paying active duty. But because that's the only thing people could agree on. There was no way to get a a Bill to to push through the legislature. So what we end up with is is no deal at all. And the coast guard is still waiting for a paycheck, and there's no clear legislation on the horizon. Then talk about the hardships that coastguard workers have been enduring because of the shutdown. There's multiple reports of coastguard men and women having to go to food banks to get supplies while they wait for these paychecks. The coast guard has an increase in the number of people who are requesting permission to to take jobs outside of uniform to uniform service member of the coast guard has to get permission to take second. Take a second job coastguard fielding more of those requests in granting more those permissions, so you have food banks you have second jobs, and you have relief societies set up through the coast guard or through veterans organizations like the American Legion who are dispensing money through grants and relief programs.

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During Shutdown, Farmers And Others Lack Critical USDA Reports

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 3 years ago

During Shutdown, Farmers And Others Lack Critical USDA Reports

"Support for NPR and the following message. Come from HBO while everyone is talking and no one is listening. Bill. Maher is ready to get real watch. The all new season of real time with Bill Maher Fridays at ten pm only on HBO it'll be cheaper than therapy. Or at farmers have been hit by the government shutdown in a different way. They are struggling to get information. The US department of agriculture usually publishes, the price sales numbers and inventory for many agricultural products. But now some of those reports are not happening. I will public radio's Amy mayor explains why this matters. Here's an example of why reports matter the government launched some of its crop and livestock reports as a response to the Soviet Union's huge purchase of US grain in the nineteen. Seventies commodities. Economist Arlen superman says the quiet purchase worth about a billion dollars at the time came as a shock then when it became known. We suddenly realized that much of our known inventory was. Sean in the markets reacted very violently commodity prices soared with that in the back of his mind Sudirman says he's now thinking about whether China could pull off a similar trick during this lag in public reporting while not likely it is possible. Superman's company relies mainly on proprietary research. But he says they use USDA figures to fact check their own. He's concerned there could be some surprises when the government reports resume particularly of wants a report start we find that. There is information that we missed that the market needs to adjust for and that's the greatest risk more immediately. Farmers. Don't have all the information. They count on in Dallas county, Iowa Marvin Shirley has been farming since the nineteen sixties and uses USDA reports to guide his decision making so Cao's sometime January, but were those give pro. Projections on ideals and the mount of cattle around without them. He may put off that sale at this time of year his family's also thinking about the amount of corn and soybean plant in the coming season. But they don't have the information. They need to make any adjustments. Shirley, says the shutdown and last year's tariffs on many US products. Create new problems for struggling farmers pros little. Pros little creating the problem is they're using taxpayer money or some other Mames to solve the problem. He created them. It just. Of very unsettling. Tar to these sure some Trump supporters in farm country don't feel unduly burdened by the shutdown. One cattle feed lot owner in Iowa said he could get by without the reports for some time and was embracing the politics of the moment saying he's quote tickled to death with what's happening. I was state university livestock. Economists leash Scholtz says the missing data means he can't put out his January reports, and he's already hearing chatter from worried farmers the longer. This goes some of that added uncertainty in the market, you know, may cause producers to not make decisions they normally would have daily price reports are still being published but January is a big month for other data a world supply and demand estimate last year's totals for US crop production and the number of cattle in the country. A USDA spokeswoman says the agency's intent is to publish them all once the government reopens. But by then staff and farmers will be playing a game of catch up for NPR news. I'm Amy mayor in Moines. Amy story comes to us from harvest public media reporting project in the midwest and plains support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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95000 US-based Mexicans vote remotely in 2018 election

Mac and Gaydos

01:44 min | 4 years ago

95000 US-based Mexicans vote remotely in 2018 election

"Those chandler woman who's been missing for ten years out body which was a very composed female was positively identified as that of jamie lady for those that are familiar with the jimmy lady case she was reported missing back on may twenty eighth or twenty ten by her father chandler police detective south tyler tells ktar jamie's ex boyfriend rick valentini is serving fifty four years in prison after he was convicted on a second degree murder charge for jamie's disappearance and death although her body had not been found they may be far from home that mexican citizens living in the us are eager to influence this sunday's presidential election ninety five thousand mexicans living in the us have already voted in the mexican presidential election by mailing in their ballots more than double the number from the last election in two thousand twelve you're really excited on being part of this election judy beltran with the electoral institute of mexico city says that's in part to mexican citizens now being able to register to vote without having to leave the us he says moving forward expect they will continue increasing every year so we will have bitter numbers every result patino ktar news sarah's growing concern this afternoon for a missing woman in mesa a silver alert is still active for seventy year old mary o'sullivan scholtz the red haired woman was last seen yesterday at her care facility in mason near broadway and hegley shoes seen wearing a short sleeve unknown colored v neck shirt she had dark capri style pants and was barefoot mesa police say of sullivan schulz's diagnosed as bipolar and has alzheimer's if you have any information call mesa police her photo is at ktar dot com now let's check on.

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The Latest: Judge grants Greitens' reprieve from subpoenas - National News

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:22 min | 4 years ago

The Latest: Judge grants Greitens' reprieve from subpoenas - National News

"Trump delivered remarks at the change of command share morning at the us coastguard headquarters saying he's never been more proud of the coast guard these are exciting times for america we are being respected again we're being respected abroad and we are restoring our wealth at home it's about time trump nominee admiral carl scholtz will relieve admiral paul zukin as top official of the military branch zukin has been coming out of the coast guard since may of two thousand fourteen after us tariffs on imports of european steel and aluminum took effect friday morning the top trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom call them illegal and a classic use of protectionism challenging today both the us and china at the wto and he demonstrates that we are not choosing any sides we stand for the multilateral system for a rule based global trade the eu plans to make its case to the world trade organization kansas republican jim barnett it has selected his new wife rosie hanson to be his running mate for governor they married in september primary elections are in august barnett is one of four major republican candidates for governor and missouri lieutenant governor mike parsons has been sworn in as governor after scandalplagued eric brightens resigned greitens facing possible impeachment in the missouri house over scandal for usa radio news.

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Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

Storynory

02:24 min | 4 years ago

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

"The wicket uncles surprise by a nica paul hello this is rigid and i'm here with a scholtz but very sweet winning story in a wicked uncle story writing competition this is what anita wrote to us de story noory all i have ever once it was to win a writing competition i try very hard every year i really think that this is my year i am seven i really want to win you would be making my dream come true but i know that you must pick the best story so hopefully yours

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

Storynory

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

"The wicket uncles surprise by a nica paul hello this is rigid and i'm here with a scholtz but very sweet winning story in a wicked uncle story writing competition this is what anita wrote to us de story noory all i have ever once it was to win a writing competition i try very hard every year i really think that this is my year i am seven i really want to win you would be making my dream come true but i know that you must pick the best story so hopefully yours

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Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

Storynory

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Mishicot's O.H. Schultz Elementary raises funds for honor flight

"The wicket uncles surprise by a nica paul hello this is rigid and i'm here with a scholtz but very sweet winning story in a wicked uncle story writing competition this is what anita wrote to us de story noory all i have ever once it was to win a writing competition i try very hard every year i really think that this is my year i am seven i really want to win you would be making my dream come true but i know that you must pick the best story so hopefully yours

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