17 Burst results for "Sean White"
"sean white" Discussed on Mission Daily
"And he found a guy that could do crazy stuff and he invested in like, hey, and this is pre Sean white pre all those people. Like, hey, you seem to do crazy tricks. Like, yeah. And these guys are making no money. It's like, I'll pay you money to do crazy tricks for me. And he kind of had that vision for it, right? And then give a shout out to Matt violas who weirdly, he's more famous by his nickname than he is by his name. Mayhem is his nickname. He would shape under the word mayhem. I'm sure you've seen it. It's usually written in a semicircle. If you were to show you the mayhem graphics, you'd be like, I know exactly what that is. I've seen it many times. Yeah, I'm like, look. So this was like in the 90s. I think I know what this is. I don't know. I just want to make sure I'm looking at the right thing. What's the full company name? It's called lost. You typed in mayhem. Oh, okay, yes, I do know this now. Okay, sorry. Did you practice times look at surfboards? But now I know it. Yes, I have seen it. It's on. It's on more t-shirts than it's on, surfboards. So Matt bilos started lost enterprises. And at the time, loss was like the brands were all abound and quicksilver, which were more fashion brands, and then he was like, and they were this was also in the 80s, so everything's like bright and super colorful. And he kind of went opposite of all that. He's like, dude, I'm like a grimy guy. I don't have money for sponsors. We're going to build up as like the people's board. You know what I mean? And he just kind of did it his way. The story of lost enterprises is similar to it's not it's similar but not because the surface industry are existed, whereas snowboarding didn't exist. Carpenter was creating something that didn't exist. But yellow is kind of went the other way. And he's like, he was the one that was the one that was valuing tricks at the time. That regards similar.
The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"sean white" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Goldman Sachs just making money off the retail. Robinhood guys, like, oh, I'm trading on alpha because squawk box said this. Yeah, it was a good chance. Come to a conclusion on Thursday. Okay, Jacob's world. Yes, I've seen, okay, that's a bad way of telling that joke, Jacob, what'd you say is, you know, who's your favorite skateboarder? Oh, God. I mean, I want to say Sean white just because he can do so many different things with Tony Hawk's the goat. Do you ever see his brother skate? Yeah. Yeah. They're really good. All right, Bitcoin price were traces from $25,000 ahead of U.S. FOMC minutes release. Is there a big fall gunman that continuously trying to reclaim that psychological level many times in the last few days, but and it did hit 25 one 26 before it started retracing two lower levels. They witnessed a reversal right from the 200 week moving average, a strong resistance. If the price closes this week above it, that is a massive bullish rally that could start. Interesting. Lee, the same level will fully eliminate bears and bulls will take over the trend. With market sentiment, highly bullish and China reportedly backing Hong Kong to become a crypto hub and several crypto exchanges planning to expand to Hong Kong, Bitcoin prices can likely Riley higher. This makes me think I saw a tweet China bans Bitcoin at 60 K, China opens up Bitcoin at 22. I was going to mention the same thing. You know, and it was like, it seems like they're playing like ten D chess at that point. You know what I mean? They're holding the retail from getting in those all time highs and then open it back up to their market in Hong Kong, their financial hub, right, as we're at the buy zone. It's pretty interesting. Yeah, I would say probably a capable leader, you know? I'm not talking about the guys ethics. You know, I wouldn't trust my wallet around, man. I actually I probably would because he's technically maybe one of the richest people in mankind's history. You know, you won't see that and it won't say that, but when you effectively control the whole country, you kind of just are. They seem capable. As a country, they're the countrymen. They seem capable. And so the fact that they're opening up at the lows, they're banning it at the highs. You know, maybe that's a bullish scenario. I read it as a bullish scenario, maybe you don't have to read it as a bull scenario. Drew to you is that a bullish scenario? I mean, I'd see a massive amount of money in Southeast Asia and the mainland of Asia that's been held back and crypto face says without China's money, we don't get a new all time high. Yeah, and when it comes back, it comes back violently. They've been held back from the asset for some time and you have the media narrative that you can't get it and it's just teenager syndrome. They're going to, they're going to get it. They're going to get it when it's time. All right. All right, Bitcoin dominance reaches critical level. So when altcoin season, so when altcoin season, they shouldn't have had the H there, right? Just go full degen. The dominance measures, the market cap of Bitcoin relative to the total market cap of crypto. If the dominance is rising, it means that the Bitcoin share is increasing. If it's falling, the importance of it is decreasing.
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"sean white" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"And so being a type a personality is type a personality, he would get a stopwatch and he'd start it and he'd like huff and puff and race as hard as he could all the way down to wherever. And he would time himself. And every day, no matter how hard he did it, 43 minutes. 43 minutes, just wouldn't improve. 43 minutes. And this thing that should have been enjoyable became painful in his mind. He started to avoid it. He'd be like, ah, I have other things to do. No, instead of bike riding, I'll do this other thing. And he realized at one point, this is really pathetic. And this is really bad that something that should be enjoyable. I am avoiding because I've made it so painful. So why don't I just go for a bike ride and enjoy it? So he goes for a bike ride and it's just a leisurely cruise. He's chilling. He's riding around and he's seeing dolphins in the water. He's standing up. He's looking around, noticing things. He hadn't noticed before. At one point, this is Derek. He goes, at one point, I looked up in the sky and there was a pelican. And I said, wow, pelican, and it's shit in my mouth. And I was like, ah, he's like, it was like best bike ride ever. I was like, okay. So he's having a great time. Pelican shit in the mouth and notwithstanding. And he gets back and he looks at his watch, and it was, I think it was 45 minutes. And he's like, wait, what? He's like, so all that huffing and puffing, all that sweating, like leg cramps, and pain was for an extra two minutes off the clock. That's outrageous. So he started applying that to his entire life. He's like, when it starts to get, now look, there are exceptions to all this, right? But he said, when I start to get really stressed out, I just stop. Because I realize 95% is enough for getting almost all of the results that I want and making it sustainable. And this comes back to the creativity, right? It's like if you always try to crank a hundred percent and you're like, I need to get 2000 awesome words out today. That's like trying to hit 43 minutes every time and huffing and puffing. And you're going to start putting things off. I need another cup of coffee. Oh my God, my shoes are so dirty. I need to fix my shoes before I can go out. I let that stand. You'll do anything to put it off because it becomes this intimidating task. So yeah, sort of the 95 versus a 100% is another one. Oh, I've got another one. I have to share. So this is one of my favorites. So Sean white, two things that are very interesting in the Shawn white. Well, there are a lot of things. But these eels, the all time record for metals at the X Games. He has, I think, two gold medals at the Olympics. And two things worth noting for him. And this comes back to the high expectations thing. Okay. So I asked him, what is your self talk when you come out of the gate for a gold medal run at the Olympics? What do you say to yourself? And he thought about it. And the short version is, who cares? True version is who cares? You know, I think this is a really big deal. Snowboarding, going down snow in this contraption. But at the end of the day, you know, I'm going to go home. I'll see my family. Which he borrowed from Agassi. When agassiz had his comeback, that was how he took the pressure off in very, very high pressure situations. To say, who cares? Which is effective when you put in the training. If you put in the training, you don't need to stress in that last minute. The other thing I took away from Sean is when he has a really serious goal. Like a gold medal at Sochi or whatever it might be. He also has a completely absurd goal to offset how stress inducing that can be. So at one point it was, I want to wear American flag pants on the cover of Rolling Stone mag. Like that was the other goal. Has some ludicrous goal to offset the serious. Wow, that's cool. So I've started to try to incorporate that in my life. I would really prefer goal that you have right now. Okay, so this is an exclusive. This is breaking news. Here we go. And we'll see where it goes. I'm a little hesitant to even even share this. But I'll give it a teaser. I'll give it a teaser. Which is sufficient. So goal, you know, I want this book to be everywhere. I want. I mean, I want everyone to read this. Like a friend of mine said, you know, I've bought four hour work week for a few people who really need it for changing chapters in their lives or starting a company, have given for our body to people who want to lose weight. He's like this one, I would give to everybody. So I have very big goals for this. So I have some other plans, which I can't go into huge detail with right now. But to create a fragrance for men. Really? And I mean, fucking look at me. I'm from Long Island. This is like a tuxedo for me. Don't really wear cologne or anything. Occasionally smell like I've been chased by hyenas or something if I'm sweating a lot. But I was like, how funny would it be? If I came out with like a Tim Ferris fragrance, oh my God. Amazing. Hilarious would that be? So what would Tim Ferris smell like? Oh, so that I can't disclose. But I do. Okay, like tequila. I think it'd be like a rough night. Yeah, tequila and pine needles. It's like,.
"sean white" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Oh. I looked over the list and it's not it's weird because remember ubisoft had the you play points and you could be like, oh, I unlocked a gold skin for a gun because I did this or I spent my points that I earned playing the snowboarding game on cool gun skins and this kind of cross platform achievement system and currency. In these older games, a lot of those options will just disappear and not necessarily be unlockable anymore. Older games had all that stuff unlocked as part of a transition. Back in 2020, when they changed the name of it to ubisoft connect but some games will be impacted by this. These games are like, I didn't even know they had unlockable content and based off of this. Again, some of it is not even like an I can't unlock the Smurfs two stuff. Yeah, it doesn't get specific about what's what, but like splinter cell blacklist on the Wii U won't have anything or. Beyond good and evil. I did not know they had any specific unlockables. She has three and 360. So that's the remade. The reissue. So they must have had you play stuff in there. Because some of that sometimes that you play stuff isn't even in game stuff. It's like, we'll email you three tracks off the soundtrack, or you're gonna get some wallpaper for your fan site or shit like that. Okay. So haze on the PlayStation 3, you know, you fucked. We're fucked. One is seeing on live listed as a platform here. And I didn't know that on live was still a thing. Driver San Francisco on on live, well apparently it's not and also silent hunter 5 on live and splinter cell conviction on online. Did they just mean to write stadia and they fucked up or pretty much the same, right? Yeah, online could just be the catch all for all the problems. I'm also I'm sorry. I know there was a Shaun White snowboarding game. Was there also a shot of light skateboarding game? Yes. What? I'm sure. They were like, what if we made a skateboarding game because those are still people are still making those and we should make one of those and Sean white can ride a skateboard. We're told. So, oh. That's very good. Yeah. So yeah, they did both. The skateboarding game, I remember being not awful, but not in this, not like a good, solid Tony Hawk game or anything. I remember the press he did for the snowboarding game. I do not remember there even being a skateboarding game at all. I guess the skateboarding game came after because they were like, well, we got all the license because and we did the one game that he would be known for. What else? They would really drag.
TIME's Top Stories
"sean white" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
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Out of Bounds Podcast
"sean white" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Like, what do you mean? It's like not everybody has the air awareness of Sean white. Like, what are we supposed to do here? Yeah. I feel like that's a huge thing too. Like, oh, if you don't have this year's outerwear or if you don't have next year skis or this and that and it's like, who cares? Who cares? Yeah. I don't know. The industry made us think we needed to care, but really we don't. So I used to fall into that. This year, I was like, I need this jacket, but I got a new one last year. Like, why am I still in this mindset? Oh God, yeah, that was me too. And then there was inventory problems. And I was like, you know what? I actually have, I don't need a kid. I really don't. And it's just accepting that. And I was like, I am so privileged to be able to just get a kit like that. In the first place. So, yeah. You know what? Trying taught being cool as out being like carrying and compassionate and I don't know, observant is the new cool kid vibe. But I'm also just like not going to try anymore. I'm a nerd. I'm a dork. It's fine. Oh yeah. But I think that's, I think that's what it's all about though. I think also it's like part of getting more, I guess, mature. I remember when I was like a kid and I would see my mom do things and I was like, mom, why are you doing that in public? Why don't you care about saying this or doing this? And she's like, as you get older, you just don't care as much. And I've definitely noticed that. I think it just as I've gotten older, I just don't care anymore. And I realized the people I look up to are in the same mindsets too. I'm like, oh, what do I really admire about that person?.
"sean white" Discussed on WTOP
"Security conference in Germany our correspondent Charlie dagger is watching some dangerous grounds This is kind of a no man's land between the last area the last territory that's safely being held by Ukrainian forces and Russian separatists who they've been fighting for a number of years as far as their concerned the battle against Russia and Ukraine is already underway but importantly what they've told me is the intensity and the fighting the escalation in the kind of weapons being used heavy artillery and weaponry in the past few days is like nothing that they've seen in years Back here about the COVID pandemic The CDC still recommends universal masking yet every state but Hawaii has ended or is planning to lift mask mandates The drastic drop in cases is motivating Americans to dine out travel and hit theme parks once again California lifted its indoor mask mandate last week but here in LA county you can only take off your mask if you're outdoors the indoor requirement will remain in place for several weeks Los Angeles Canada's parliament is much more reachable now than it has been the past three weeks Anti government demonstrators had effectively gridlocked major parts of Ottawa originally in protest of Canadian COVID vaccination regulations Police eventually showed up in large numbers and in riot gear in a chief Steve ball The officers on the ground have shown patience and professionalism They are well trained and experienced and they needed all of that expertise to bring the results that we are seeing Which is a lot of vehicles removed and a lot of protesting people too without serious violence despite some minor skirmishes As the Winter Olympics finish up in China correspondent Jamie mucus looks at some of the transitions we have watched The final farewell to legendary snowboarder Sean white and a major hello to American born free skier Eileen goo The painful wipeout of Michaela schifrin who is over 5 in medal event but golden redemption for Nathan Chen After his Pyeongchang disappointment Four people have been heard in two helicopter crashes on opposite coasts one off Miami Beach in the east the other of police helicopter off Newport Beach in Southern California that chopper belonging to the police department of nearby Huntington Beach This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO p.m. One O three Sunday morning February 20th 2022 23 in northwest D.C. breezy and coulter is into the teens overnight Hello there I'm Ian Crawford the top stories we're following at this hour and arrest.
"sean white" Discussed on WTOP
"Is going to be set aside for ongoing legal pursuits by the families of victims of the September 11th 2001 attacks who years ago got a court case favored in their decision that essentially made the Al-Qaeda an elements of Afghan society liable for what happened in those attacks The Chicago auto show goes electric As an electric Ford F one 50 lightning peels out Chevy is showing off its electric Silverado nearby Ford's entry goes on sale in the spring marketing chief Jason Turnbull wants people to understand EVs A lot of people have the fear of unknown Driven an AV our goal is to make this transition as seamless as possible The electric Chevy pickup goes on sale next year and electric ram to follow Jeff Gilbert CBS News Chicago On top Russian figure skater tested positive for a band substance in December So will she be able to continue to compete in Beijing Our is there Russian authorities say Camila volleyball should be allowed to compete while the investigation is underway that she should not be provisionally suspended But the International Olympic Committee feels just the opposite they say since she tested positive in December for this banned substance she should not be allowed to compete right now Also in Beijing Sean white's Olympic snowboarding career has ended the three time Olympic halfpipe champ had to settle for a fourth place finish falling on his final attempt Markets are on a downward spiral this afternoon The Dow is down 456 points This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO.
"sean white" Discussed on WTOP
"For original reporting I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago the government says consumer prices have taken their highest year to year jump in four decades CBS Peter king That price jump was 7.5% last month compared with a year earlier the pinch on wallets is a big one That acceleration inflation is adding $276 per month to the average household But economist Ryan sweet at moody's analytics says much of this has been caused by supply chain issues 15 year old Olympic Russian figure skater Camila via Vallejo has failed a test for a banned substance but her provisional suspension has been lifted by the Russian anti doping agency The International Olympic Committee is expected to appeal her right to compete will be decided at an emergency hearing Meantime a lot of eyes were on U.S. snowboarder Sean white and his goodbye performance CBS Steve futterman and Beijing In his Olympic farewell Sean white came through with a solid performance but not quite good enough to earn a bronze medal he ends up in fourth place in the half pipe his best run the second run earned him a score of 85 That's just a bit more than two points off the bronze winning total So Sean white who had won three previous Olympic gold medals in the halfpipe fails to make the podium in his final Olympics Steve CBS News at the Winter Olympics in Beijing Protesters in Canada are still blocking a major bridge that is their busiest trade link to the United States Brian Kingston is the president of the Canadian vehicle manufacturers association The ambassador bridge is responsible for fully 25% of Canada's goods trade with the U.S. It is far and away The most important piece of border infrastructure we have Russian forces have conducted large scale military drills near the Ukraine border in Belarus President Biden on NBC News says for Americans in Ukraine American citizens should leave She'd leave now We're dealing with one of the largest armies in the world It's a very different situation and things could go crazy quickly Queen Elizabeth's oldest son Charles and heir to the throne test positive for COVID-19 A statement from the palace says he is self isolating The 73 year old called COVID once before at the start of the pandemic in March 2020 saying this then So from the other side of the illness but still in no less sustained social distance and general isolation Feds dismiss a civil rights investigation into how LGBTQ students are disciplined at Brigham young university The Utah college says the Department of Education has concluded the private religious school is exempt from parts of title 9 The law that protects against discrimination on the basis of sex in schools This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and on the.
"sean white" Discussed on WTOP
"What the solutions look like but they gotta clear the path so that commerce can flow or a lot of people are gonna be unemployed and it's gonna have a huge impact on us The ambassador bridge in Windsor has been closed for a fourth day A twist in the Trump document saga more from CBS evening news anchor Nora O'Donnell New York Times reporter Maggie haberman in a new book reports that White House staffers regularly found ripped up papers clogging a toilet in the presidential residence when former president Trump lived there Meanwhile CBS News has confirmed that the national archives believes that some of the records recovered from Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort may have included classified information The national archives has asked the DoJ to investigate DoJ deliberations are in its early stages and there is no certainty that the referral will lead to an investigation or criminal charges U.S. snowboarder Sean white falls short of a medal in his Olympic farewell CBS's D futterman and Beijing The flying tomato Shaun White ends his Olympic career with a good performance but not quite good enough to earn a medal His second run and a half pipe earned him a score of 85 that just barely misses third place so Sean white ends up in fourth He ends up winning three gold medals in his Olympic career in the half pipe Tuesday CBS News at the Winter Olympics in Beijing Two Dallas Texas police officers face charges they're accused of firing less lethal ammunition injuring two people who were involved in protests after George Floyd's death in 2020 Jobless claims fall for a third straight week This is CBS News Find your next great hire with indeed our hiring platform makes it easy to attract screen and interview candidates all in the same place Visit indeed dot com slash credit Ten O three here on WTO It's Thursday night February 10th 2022 at 37 in upper Marlboro heading down to the upper 20s overnight Good evening I'm Dmitri soldiers for the top local stories we're following this hour Breaking news on WTO But just learning Stafford county public schools in Virginia are dropping the universal mask mandate for students starting February 22nd Julie Carey with our news partners at NBC four reports the school board voted to reverse its policy on mass following testimony from dozens of parents pushing for the change during a meeting tonight repeating Stafford county public schools dropping universal mask mandates for students starting in less than two weeks February 22nd Meanwhile the loudon county sheriff's office says it is searching for a man who escaped police custody in Sterling tonight They say officers are currently searching the area of cascades Parkway and Woodland road after the man took off on foot while handcuffed The department identified him as 21 year old Mila grant They say that he was initially taken into custody for trespassing and assault on law enforcement that happened earlier at the learner park dollar department A spokesperson for the sheriff's office he's telling WTO that grant may have changed clothing with the help of a friend the asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact the sheriff's office Stay with us here at a WTO dot com for the latest Turning to schools again since Tuesday D.C. police have been investigating bomb threats at schools and the threats continued today even after arrests were made With more from HD Woodson and northeast which was one of four schools to get threats today It's very concerned Keon Bellamy has a 9th grader here at HD Woodson and he says two days in a row he has come here worried about his son a mid bomb threats You know we just want our kids to.
"sean white" Discussed on KOMO
"Tonight be gusty at times with overnight lows down around 40 or so breezy tomorrow with morning clouds then more clearing in the afternoon we should hit the low 50s and mid to upper 50s on Saturday and Sunday with sunshine It's 46 downtown now Stay connected Stay informed northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7 With at least Japan Rick van syes our editors Kathy O'Shea A former star of Netflix's cheer is pleading guilty to child pornography charges Jerry Harris who is now 22 was charged with several sex crimes and he could face up to 50 years in prison Getting breaking news out of watkin county the deputies there we are understanding the two were shot while responding to an incident between neighbors near peaceful valley against Susan watkin county the suspect were told as surrendered and is in custody in the deputies were transported to peace held saint Joseph medical center in Bellingham as we get more information we will pass it your way Several medal events are on tap tonight at the Beijing Olympics ABC's Alex perche is there and joins us on the northwest news line U.S. men's hockey team starting off with a big W Alex crush in the host country Yeah It's a great start to these games for them right And we have high hopes for them And we still have high hopes for their women counterpart listen I mean women's U.S. hockey obviously took a little bit of a plunge losing to Canada four to two Still still high hopes for both men's and women's hockey Hoping that they both can actually meddle these games and look there's a lot of other opportunities for Team USA now to medal We've got Sean white going into the finals as well today in the men's halfpipe snowboard This will be a spit and final Olympics in look He kind of knocked in and joined a qualified as a little nervous because he fell down during his first qualifying run nailed the second one to get into the metal round Sean white while he's an underdog here Sean white Sean white and he's always got he's always got a shot And this is coming after the U.S. is really kind of building some momentum ELISA We've been on a tear winning a handful of gold medals at this point Nathan Chen Chloe Kim a trio of freestyle skiers Yeah yeah so and even chin when I actually got a chance to see in person and listen we knew that the expectations were high especially after he set that record in the short program but look level at which he is competing is head and shoulders above the rest he dressed as a fireball in skated to Elton John's rocket man And listen Lisa his performance was out of this world Most of the score there was 22 points higher than the next closest competitor And you got to feel good for chin because this was his first gold medal at an Olympics he's a three time world champion He's got other metals but this is his first gold It also hit into drought by Team USA to first goal by an American man in the singles competition since 2010 and then he mentioned Chloe Kim she picked right back up where she left off She's the defending gold medalist in the women's Olympic halfpipe She landed a cab 1260 as a competition first Chloe Kim now the first repeat and multi title winner and Olympic women's half pipe history And the U.S. vents curling team also in action but we're not just watching the sport We're watching Matt Hamilton's feet Yeah so Matt Hamilton he's a little bit of what they call a sneaker head and so he's been turning heads with his choice of sneakers during these Beijing games He's got on a pair of their Nike dunks which you know it's a classic shoot Dates back to the 80s but this one kind of has a crazy riff They're called the what the calls and essentially it's a mashup of a number of different sneakers by Nike skateboarder Paul Rodriguez and they look kind of crazy They've got all the colors on them All the colors And so certainly it's gotten a lot of attention along with his mustache as he's been competing these winter games And any update on the Russian figure skater the 15 year old who's in the middle of that scandal that we talked about yesterday You know ELISA so that's been the one thing that's been frustrating because we haven't really gotten the answers The IOC the international skating union at both been kind of mom about this investigation or was it even conducting this investigation but what we do know NBC who's broadcasting the games now reporting that 15 year old Russian figure skater Camilla valley tested positive for being substance prior to the Olympics the drug which is nicknamed TMZ essentially it helps to heart function when it's getting lower oxygen but the conservatives that for athletes experts say it means that they can perform at a higher heart rate for a longer period of time And you remember valia turned hedge She was a darling here at the Olympics because she was the first to land a quadruple jump And so right now we still have a lot of unknown questions primarily What will this do to the Russia's gold medal in this overall team events And then ballet ever sent to compete next week in the individual competition Is she still eligible ABC's Alex crochet Thank you Alex Thank you 6 20 now and an update on money news from Jim chesko Data showing that the annual inflation rate hit 7 and a half percent last month royaled the stock market today Equities finishing broadly and sharply lower The S&P 500 slid 83 points the Dow Jones industrials dropped 526 and the NASDAQ composite skidded more than 300 or 2.1% Car insurers are rapidly raising rates to try to get ahead of inflation which has boosted the prices of car repairs replacements and rentals The Wall Street Journal says many insurers are boosting premiums by as much as 8% while some are asking for double digit increases Car and home insurer all state raising rates by an average 7.1% across 25 states and more increases are ahead That's you're running now Where'd you get right here at 20 and 50 passed every hour Hang on we'll have latest on traffic and the weekend 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"Dead after a shooting at an apartment complex in a Milwaukee suburb Brown deer police chief Peter nimmer It appears that it started as a domestic dispute between two people which led to the incident At this time the scene is safe There's no other suspects that we are looking for Officers responded to a call of shots fired at the apartment Saturday morning chief number says the 26 year old shooter lived at the complex he added two people were shot dead besides the shooter who apparently took his own life And a new bill in Congress would set up a federal alert system in active shooter situations more than 330 active shooter incidents claimed the lives of more than 2800 people between 2002 1019 It's based on the amber alert program and will allow authorities to quickly notify people of critical information during a shooting I'm Jim Forbes Now those Bloomberg sports aren't they They both had disappointing seasons but for one night they had the national television spotlight that ex visiting the Lakers in LA they blew a double digit third quarter lead when they were outscored 31 13 went to overtime and eventually lost to the Lakers one 22 to one 15 RJ Barrett's three pointer with 8 seconds left tied the game He had a career high 36 32 for Julius Randle At the NHL All-Star Game in Vegas the metropolitan division ended up winning the three on three tournament style format Jack used the Devils with three goals and an assist One goal for the rangers Chris kreider Once he's done competing in Beijing U.S. snowboarder Sean white says that'll be it for him as far as competing is concerned He's been dealing with a number of injury issues to his ankles knees and back that have helped him make this call You know I broke down a little guy very emotional and called Friends and family manager people and kind of told them where I was at and they were all agreed and said hey beautiful run and let's see this through and see what's next The 35 year old is a three time gold medalist in the halfpipe that competition is coming up this week The first medal of the games for the U.S. came in women's snowboard slope style Julia Moreno the Connecticut native won silver The U.S. women's hockey team now two O after beating the Russian Olympic Committee 5 Nothing up next it's Switzerland later today College troops has stutter from Rutgers who ran at Michigan state in piscataway 84 63 St. John's over butler 75 72 Villanova got by Yukon 85 74 Commissioner Roger Goodell is called the NFL's hiring results unacceptable as far as diversity is concerned Goodell sending a memo to all 32 teams his first comments since former dolphins coach Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the league With a Bloomberg sports update I'm Frank charity I'm Barry revolt you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is rip out to Patterson She is the director of investment research at Bridgewater associates the world's largest hedge fund previously she was chief investment officer at bessemer trust where she oversaw more than $85 billion in client assets So listening to you discuss inflation I think you approached it in a way very different from what I've been hearing other people talk about You said quote demand shock is what's driving inflation Explain demand shock Sure So when we look at where we are today with inflation in the United States it's very easy to quickly go back to the late 1960s early 1970s and say okay high and rising inflation high gas prices that said that's behind the curve yeah okay There are similarities that are worth noting but back then what was driving the high inflation were supply shortages That was the key ingredient Today obviously there's things on both side of the demand supply equation But the bigger deal is the surge in demand which is just overwhelming the supplies So let me give you a number here to make this feel more real If you look at the supply of goods for U.S. consumers it comes from around the world So produced everywhere in the U.S. and China outside et cetera It's running about 5% above where it was before the pandemic So the supply of goods has increased on that But then look at the demand side the demand from U.S. consumers today is about 20% higher than the end of 2019 And you see similar patterns across a lot of things whether we're talking about investor or metals where supplies today are high but the demand is much higher that's pushing that inventory ships We have more ships on the ocean today than we did pre-pandemic but it's just not enough Labor markets we've got no shortage of jobs today We just have such high demand for jobs And so yes there are supply constraints here and there I'm not saying there aren't I'm just saying the bigger deal this time and what makes this so different from the 1970s is this absolute boom in demand So let's stick with demand and another comment of yours was witnessing the biggest monetary stimulus outside of wartime referring to the various cares act The fiscal stimulus is that the key driver of all this demand Yeah Well it's the one two punch of monetary in fiscal So Barry when you and I were mirror children it was all about interest rates right The fed was using short term rates to affect economic conditions We'll call that monetary policy one And then in 2008 rates hit zero the fed needs to ease more So then it starts launching more quantitative easing So we call that balance sheet usage plus interest rates MP two When we got to the pandemic okay the fed went big and it went fast We cut rates We did huge amounts of quantitative easing but it wasn't enough to fill the hole in the incomes of the pandemic when we shut down the economy And so fiscal had to play a bigger role fiscal became the dominant policy lever driving growth and the fed facilitated it Obviously the feds go independent but the fed by keeping yields low by buying the bonds was allowing the.
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"A navy seal candidate is dead another hospitalized in San Diego after the first phase of training NBC reports the sailors were taken to the hospital Several hours after their first week into becoming navy seals the navy released a statement saying the sailor's death is under investigation while the injured candidate is currently in stable condition Florida senator Marco Rubio says he won't be tuning into the Winter Olympics which are underway in China Rick hoschel has more In a message posted on Twitter Rubio said he wishes nothing but the best for all the Americans competing in Beijing but the Republicans said he won't watch followers celebrate an Olympics hosted by what he called a totalitarian communist regime that lies about COVID and is committing genocide The White House announced a diplomatic boycott of the winter games due to significant human rights abuses carried out by the Chinese government Airlines canceled flights again Saturday as the U.S. deals with the impacts of a winter storm over 1400 flights were canceled I'm Brad seeking Now those Bloomberg sports update They both had disappointing seasons but for one night they had the national television spotlight that ex visiting the Lakers in LA they blew a double digit third quarter lead when they were outscored 31 13 went to overtime and eventually lost to the Lakers one 22 to one 15 RJ Barrett's three pointer with 8 seconds left tied the game He had a career high 36 32 for Julius Randle At the NHL All-Star Game in Vegas the metropolitan division ended up winning the three on three tournament style format Jack used the Devils with three goals and an assist One goal for the rangers Chris kreider Once he's done competing in Beijing U.S. snowboarder Sean white says that'll be it for him as far as competing is concerned He's been dealing with a number of injury issues to his ankles knees and back that have helped him make this call You know I broke down a little got very emotional and called Friends and family manager people and kind of told them where I was at and they were all agreed and said hey beautiful run and let's see this through and see what's next The 35 year old is a three time gold medalist in the halfpipe that competition is coming up this week The first medal of the games for the U.S. came in women's snowboard slope style Julia Moreno the Connecticut native won silver The U.S. women's hockey team now two O after beating the Russian Olympic Committee 5 Nothing up next it's Switzerland later today College troops has stunner from Rutgers who ran at Michigan state in piscataway 84 63 St. John's over butler 75 72 Philadelphia got by Yukon 85 74 Commissioner Roger Goodell is called the NFL's hiring results unacceptable as far as diversity is concerned Goodell sending a memo to all 32 teams is first comments since former dolphins coach Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the league Where the Bloomberg sports update I'm Frank garrity You're listening to Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio We're here each and every week at this time Tapping into our Bloomberg intelligence analysts covering some 2000 companies and 130 industry worldwide On Paul swinney Alex steals out today she'll be back next week All right well in case you haven't heard there is an energy crisis in your particularly with natural guess How are investors playing this to find out Let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence senior energy analyst will hares Well let's step back maybe 30,000 feet and just give us a sense of the not guess situation across Europe and the UK What's happened How do we get here Yeah so as you mentioned Paul Europe has admitted a acute and worsening energy crisis which has been particularly evident in natural gas There's several factors at play here but some of the key ones have been very low storage coming into heating season We're also seeing geopolitical risks So this is coming through with suppressed Russian pipeline supply And we've also seen other elements like nuclear capacity retirements unplanned outages So there's been pressures from multiple of sources and this is really resulting in record low European gas storage And this has pushed European natural gas benchmarks to record levels and just so the American listeners are aware Current natural gas pricing in Europe is roughly 6 to 7 times as expensive as the American benchmarks And here's my naive question of the day which Alex would be very upset if she heard because she is an energy geek which is it's so cheap over here Why don't we just send it to you guys Is there economically it's just not feasible So in short your answer is that it is happening but as gas is a highly regionalized commodity the only way to ship gas from the U.S. to Europe is to LNG and this is happening Europe is buying a lot more LNG cargoes than it has been previously And this is starting to ease the crisis But the way this is really coming through is it pipes natural gas supply So the vast majority of natural gas supply in Europe is meant to Russia and Norway which equates to about two thirds of it And we are seeing suppressed Russian supply as a result of some mounting geopolitical risk And this is the main driver between much lower natural gas storage levels at much higher prices How are investors trying.
"sean white" Discussed on WTOP
"U.S. Olympian Sean white will be hanging up his snowboard for good The three time gold medalist made it clear that not only will the Beijing games be his last Olympics they'll mark his final contests as well The 35 year old spoke during a reflective and sometimes emotional news conference today U.S. troops of now arrived in Poland in the face of Russian aggression while the U.S. and its NATO allies have no intention of deploying any troops to Ukraine they have begun to reinforce the defenses of nearby NATO countries We're also learning more about the possible cost of a conflict in Ukraine American officials are estimating that if Russia does invade it could mean up to a 100,000 civilian casualties and up to 5 million refugees However so far both Russia and the U.S. are saying they're still willing to pursue diplomacy CBS News correspondent Christina rafini Meanwhile U.S. intelligence says Russia may be planning to make a fake video of an attack by Ukrainian forces and use that as an excuse to attack the country Russia actually practiced this fake video tactic on the U.S. years ago It was the 13th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks At about 8 a.m. Homeland Security and saint Mary Paris Louisiana was inundated Two or three calls It was like back to back to back And then three or four more calls back to back to back They were just like coming in This is faster than we're getting them Homeland Security director Duval Arthur said people were getting alerts warning them about an explosion People wanted to know if we were going to open up a shelter in where they should go It was part of an elaborate video hoax from Russian trolls that showed a chemical plant burning a fake CNN story.
"sean white" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"The village that I didn't really expect. But it was cool. I mean, I got to go to like, what are the other thing that sucked? Was I wanted to go see Sean white and, you know, and all like the other sports and all that, but in Korea, it was like, they were like two hours away from us. So pretty much if I wanted to watch any other events, it was just the stuff that was like on ice pretty much. So I went to like a curling hatch. That was fun. A carer is named it. I think that they might have wanted that year, but there was the one guy that was just out with a huge fan of the curler and then I remember they won their medal and then I was just I went down to eat and he was just all at the McDonald's and just enjoying, I don't know, those guys were awesome. And then I saw the short track speed skating was one of the most electric events I've ever been to in my life because they're like the long track was slow because it's like a marathon pretty much. And then the short track came on and I was just blown away by it because they're going so fast they're passing the baton and just kind of going to those events was kind of my favorite part, honestly, because I didn't go on that great for us on here. I know you mentioned McDonald's twice already, but did you develop a taste for the Korean barbecue over there? They got some great food there, don't they? They do. We didn't really have it like the cafeteria was pretty standard, but my parents were there. I went to one of the barbecue places. One of the days with them. I was surprised. I mean, the food was good there. It was super, I think the best way to say it is like clean. It was just like super clean there and the food was good. I had a great time. Be honest. When's the last time you fight up the YouTube clips from the world juniors? Like, before this interview? No, I mean, it's been a while. It is something that I'll see people tweet at me or like it'll show up and it's something that I'll watch and it just it still gives me goosebumps. I mean, it was that type of moment for me that I just didn't expect and it was.
"sean white" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I can not believe you so accident prone, Nina. I mean, you are taking a big risk dating one of the most adventurous men in the world, Sean white. I mean, do you have to pretend like you know how to snowboard? Or did you already know going in? I actually have been snowboarding since I was really little. I skied first and then I switched over to snowboarding at probably 8 or 9. So I think he was more surprised when we went for the first time. He was expecting me. He was expecting to wait for me. And it was quite the opposite. I had already passed him by landslide. And so yeah, now I can keep up. Oh my God, are you freaking out about the Winter Olympics? 'cause if my man was in the Winter Olympics, honey, I would be in Beijing in two seconds, okay? I'd be like, Jay-Z to Beyoncé, just right by his side. Yeah, no, I'm really excited for him. Just to get into the Olympics at all, is one of the hugest accomplishments, let alone to get him 5 times. And I'm so excited. I'm so proud of him. I love that. Now Jules, I know you and I just met, but I feel like we're Friends, so I can call you Jules. This energy healing that you tried in Switzerland. You know, I, everybody was freaking out. Went viral. Things got crazy. I have to know, are you still doing this? And do we all need to try it? Yeah, I was actually just in Napa. This last weekend with John, amaral, his wife, Christina, and on another retreat. So it's interesting because, look, when you see something like this, it's hard to understand, but it is, you know, I think we're living in a day in an age right now where this isn't as woohoo as you think it is. It just is definitely weird to look at. Oh, 100%, you know, I think you have to try everything at least once. I always say that in life and you never know what's oh, I say you have to try anything at least three times. 100%. When it comes to dating, I'm like, we have to try this three times before we say no to it. Okay. But if you have to try anything this week, get fresh vine wine. The rose and the Chardonnay, it's a little smoky. I love the smoky shard days. If you like a smoky chart, it is amazing. Julian and Nina, thank you guys so much for joining us. I really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Appreciate it. Anytime and you guys good to see you. Sharing their tips with E for achieving your goals in 2022, so scan that QR code to find out more. Let's get these ladies some wine over here. Coming up, the new Swiss girls reunion rumor and why it'll be the hardest ticket to snack. Don't go anywhere..
Scoops with Danny Mac
"sean white" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"It's kind of annoying when like day like hassle you about getting back to your seats okay. I'm not you're not supposed to be very loud and clear. We had had a few beers. Diego more power to you. I'm gonna go sean white like it sean wight. Who basically did everything you know. I guess you could also school without. It'd be that you could take tony hawk here But i'm going to save away. Picks chris well. I'm going to say why more impressive because of snowboarding and skateboarding and what he did to a bring a lot of the kind of x. Games extreme sports on the map but then be just absolutely dominating the olympics in do it kind of similar to the fell kind of of phelps over like you know different stretches of his career and life so yeah sean white is my second pick nar nar fresh pow bra nar..