35 Burst results for "Second Category"
For Super Bowl ads this year, crypto is out, booze is in
"The field is set for Super Bowl 57 ads this year, alcohol is in while crypto is out. The Super Bowl is the big game for advertising with more than 100 million viewers each year, Mark Evans, with ad sales for Fox Sports, says ad space for the big game has sold out 32nd spots went for 6 to $7 million each. Anheuser Busch remains the biggest advertiser with three minutes of airtime, but gave up an exclusive deal, so they'll be ads from other brands, including Heineken and Molson Coors, other big categories include snack chips, candy, movie studios, and tech companies like Squarespace, the drafted Adam Driver. Making websites. Streaming service Netflix and automaker GM teamed up for a zombie themed ad starring Will Ferrell. You have a great one. All right? Stupid
Seb and Chris Kohls Discuss the 1979 Horror/Sci-Fi Classic 'Alien'
"Watched alien again this morning. I mean, what kind of a job is that after breakfast, I got to watch alien preparing for the show. I actually did the same thing. I did this. Great minds. But the first thing that's kind of peculiar, and I love Ridley Scott, my favorite movie of all time is Blade Runner. And this man's eyes is majestic. But it's a category busting movie because it's sci-fi, but it's also horror. And the weird thing for me is, I don't watch horror movies. I don't like horror movies, right? Not my bad. But this, this is just so well made. It's so compelling. The acting, what you said, the tightness, the performances. It's not a schlock horror movie, is it? No, and you know the performances need to be noted here. I don't normally care that much about the acting. But I don't know what it is about the way Ridley Scott directs and actor. But I mentioned this in a previous film. I think it was, I think it was either die hard to lethal weapon. There is a sort of cavalier attitude that the actors tend to have. You can see it in something like the magnificent 7. There is a kind of acting where the actors just sort of, you know, they just act like normal people. You have certain acting today is often in films and television is often very intentional. Everybody's saying something in a way that's very clear so that the audience understands it's almost theatrical. But this is not like that. When I was acting, I wasn't particularly successful actor, but when I was acting in Hollywood, this is the kind of acting that I liked to do,
Matt Palumbo: George Soros' ROI Seen Higher in Elected Prosecutors
"You know what You were on Fox and Friends the other day I was up at 4 o'clock in the morning watching you You looked up did you have some coffee or something You look rather awake up Hour and a half early so the cost was digest but yeah I was sorry awake fortunately Because he was on Fox and Friends first and it was legit like four four 15 or something I turned it on I'm like oh look there's Matt So Matt and I worked together at this place He manages bongino report dot com had the greatest headline ever the other day Nancy Pelosi does an exorcism at her house and magically survives That was great very funny actually crazy on the weekend But I'm like gosh this guy looks awake and one of the reasons is I know you would genuinely like talking about this topic of Soros because it speaks to a larger leftist ideology and you brought up this great point You said bang for the buck Soros funding local prosecutors is the greatest deal ever Like why bother to overturn an entire city council a state assembly a governor's race or a mayor's race which could cost you tens of millions when you could spend probably 500,000 get a prosecutor and they would say hey I don't really care what laws you Republicans or Democrats pass I'm just going to get my guy in and he's not going to enforce anything we don't like It was such a brilliant point Yeah yeah I hate to say the source is brilliant for figuring it out but unfortunately it is And the thing too is like these are not you know these are not exactly high profile races So you can you know it's very hard to buy a presidential candidate There's billions spent But you can buy a DA's race for a couple hundred grand or there was actually a case that they had in the book where he donated so much money to account on it The opponent just dropped out instead of even compete So yeah and success for its 90 plus percent which is I mean for any category of anything really it's just spectacular unfortunately
Compensation Sought by FX Traders from Brokers Drops 3 to 3.3M in Q4
"10 a.m. Saturday, January 21st, 2023. Compensation sought by FX traders from brokers drops three to 3.3 M in Q four LTP GT that total compensation sought by online four X brokers from all. Brokerages declined slightly to 3.3 million during the fourth quarter of 2022 down from 3.5 million in the prior quarter. Similarly, the compensation awarded to traders dropped by 23 to 60,919 during the past quarter LTP TLT PGT on the contrary. The compensation sought for member brokers of the financial commission fin com, the independent external dispute resolution EDR body for the Forex industry, surged by 66 during the fourth quarter of last year. These details are according thin comm apostle top reef quotes financial commission dot org zero two three zero one one 6 financial commission reports increased cinema software member sand average a complaint values among chem trix four four Q two zero two two quote target qua blank what real follow up quarterly complaints digest for Q four 2022 tagged, published on Monday dot, LTP TLT PGT in the third quarter of 2022, total compensation sought from both member and non member brokers of dot finance magnates dot com for X-Men comma words 36 more compensations to four sink three two zero two two target crop blink what will quote follow caught jumped by 51 to 3.5 million tact. The self regulatory organization also awarded more compensation to traders during the period as the. Amount awarded rose by 36 to 79,494 LTP GT LTP GT income noted that range bound will taffer dot finance magnates, dot com's 4 o'clock class worms can dairy term quote it quite 6 a 6 7 one four 7 F 7 B four D two three B one C 5 C zero D four zero 8 zero 76 one three quote target quote blank caught fork cell tagged and derivatives prices, as well as winter holidays affected many of its key metrics during the last quarter LTP GT LTP GT did retail traders forgo active trading during Q four 2022 LTP GT LTP GT and other metrics. Dot finance magnates Comtech income quad target quat blank quat requa fin cottle tagged reported declines in the total number of new. Complaints it received resolved and ruled in favor of the traders during that. Quarter while new filed and result complaints went down by 38 those in. Favor of traders came in too lower than the prior quarter dot LTP LTP GT slowdowns in filed and result complaints, as well as compensation sought suggest traders may be finding less opportunities on traditional markets. In light of range bound price fluctuations, or simply forewent trading at the. End of the year, sing kam explained in the quarterly report LTP TLT PGT furthermore, fingo noted that there was a noticeable change in the. Focus of complaints during Q four 2022, while trading related complaints only accounted for 11.7 of complaints during Q three, this category rose by 5 to 19.8. During the recent quarter, despite the general drop in new complaints for the. Quarter LTP GT LTP GT nonetheless, non trading complaints continued to be the major topics of complaints accounting for 41.8 of all complaints during Q four. In addition, financial related complaints are still the second most common complaint topic. Accounting for 35.1 and 38.4 during Q three and Q four, respectively dot LTP GTL TPG T moreover, complaints average resolution time slowed by 33 to 6.1 days. Down from 4.6 days during the last quarter LTP LTP GT complaints listed in the value category one ten K and ten K increased their overall share of complaints 5, highlighting the continued importance of. The organization to investigate complaints with higher monetary values, further explained LTP GTL tp GT fin com, and EDR body founded in 2013, regulates international online, brokers, exchanges, and tough rev cops dot finance magnates dot com's blockchain quark class quarters main term quote it had zero one four 5 FC four zero four four B four four 7 zero 6 8 zero two 8 one zero decked quad target quote Blanco blockchain L tagged platforms that are active in the global. Forex, derivatives, CFDs, and cryptocurrency markets. LTP GT this article was written by Solomon oladipupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com
TVS Motor Companys Chairman Sir Ralf Speth conferred with University of Warwicks Honorary Doctorate
"12 p.m. Saturday January 21st, 2023. TVS motor company's chairman sir Ralph's Beth conferred with university of Warwick's honorary doctorate. Singapore, January 21st, 2023 ACN newswire sir Ralph speth, chairman of TVS motor company, has been conferred with an honorary doctorate in the field of science doctor of science, honoris kalsa from the university of Warwick, United Kingdom. The honorary degree was conferred by the university of Warwick Chancellor baroness Catherine Ashton of up Holland. TVS motor company post chairman sir Ralph speth conferred with university of Warwick apos honorary doctorate. Sir Ralph is accompanied by the university of Warwick Chancellor baroness Catherine Ashton of up Holland, who conferred the degree, sir Ralph is a fellow of the Royal Academy of engineering, and a fellow of the Royal Society. An honorary professor at Warwick manufacturing group WMG. He has been closely associated with WMG ever since obtaining his engineering doctorate in 2008, under the pioneering leadership of former WMG chairman, lord Botticelli. An outstanding engineer with a vast experience in the global automotive industry. Sir Ralph has held leadership roles with some of the renowned automotive and industrial giants such as Jaguar Land Rover, BMW, Ford, taught a motors, and the Linda group. He was appointed honorary knight commander of the British Empire in an additional night commander of the most excellent Order of the British Empire, commenting on the honor, Venice srinivasan, chairman emeritus, TVS motor company, said quote my heartiest congratulations to Ralph for this well deserved recognition. Over his distinguished career in automotive and industrials of more than four decades, he has built world class products and brands. He has been relentlessly working towards transforming the industry with his passion for technology and strive for excellence. This honor is a testament to his leadership, vision, and dedication to the industry, and we are privileged to have him lead TVS motor company in its transformational journey dot clothes, and venue, MD, TVS motor company, said quote sir Ralph's exemplary leadership skills, tremendous vision for the industry and descending approach towards technology make him unique. His energy and passion is inspiring. We are proud to have him amongst us we wish him many more accolades recognizing his immense contributions to the industry dot quote sir Ralph has a degree in engineering from the university of applied sciences rosenheim, Germany, and a doctorate of engineering and mechanical engineering and business administration at the university of Warwick. About TVS motor company TVS motor company is a reputed two and three Wheeler manufacturer globally, championing progress through sustainable mobility with four stadia off tart manufacturing facilities. In hoser, messieurs and in India and karawang in Indonesia. Rooted in our 100 year legacy of trust, value, and passion for customers in exactness. We take pride in making internationally aspirational products of the highest quality through innovative and sustainable processes. We are the only two Wheeler company to have received the prestigious stemming prize. Our products lead in their respective categories in the JD power IQS and appeal surveys. We have been ranked number one company in the JD power customer service satisfaction survey for consecutive four years. Our group company Norden motorcycles, based in the United Kingdom, is one of the most emotive motorcycle brands in the world. Our subsidiaries in the personal E mobility space, Swiss E mobility group a CMG and EGO movement have a leading position in the a bike market in Switzerland. TVS motor company endeavors to deliver the most superior customer experience across 80 countries in which we operate. For more information, please visit WWW dot TV's motor dot com. For more information, please contact Priyanka Kumar Priyanka dot Kumar TV's motor dot com copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
Deciding to Grow up Into Christ
"God says, win, will your then finally come? When will it be enough of you getting the same result from repeating the same behavior? When will your then come? The decision to grow up, the decision to come into communion with God. The decision to say lord, I want to put this brokenness in your hands. And then something pretty awesome happens. He said, that is not you the moment you make a decision, then I'm growing up. Then that no longer has control over you. That. That it would get real uncomfortable if I started listing specific that's in the room. Because the categories don't really don't really make you cringe. Impurity, creed, lost. Oh yeah, I watched that Bernie Madoff documentary greed. How about me always want more and never given much? How about me always thinking somebody needs to encourage me, but who am I encouraging? See, see how this works. That is not me. And I'm going to do a list next week that I'll give you. Where I'm going to teach you the new me is not, and we're going to list some of the things that you are not anymore if you name the name of Christ. And we're going to wage war against those things. Because we've been accepting them too long as normal. Just because it's natural doesn't mean it's normal. Watch this. That is not the way of life you learned when you heard about Christ. When you heard about Christ. And so faith comes by hearing, right? How many know that scripts your faith comes by hearing hearing the word of God? Faith comes by hearing, but freedom comes by habit. That's why it is possible for you to know more about God than you are bringing into your current experience.
Who Qualifies As a Groomer?
"Emails us, Charlie, I started calling local teachers groomers in my local school district. It did not go over well. They asked, for examples, we got in a fighting match anyway. Can you give me some examples of what is grooming and where does it come from? Love your show. I'm trying to get my high schooler involved with turning point USA. Okay, so yeah, I'm going to show you an example here of something and I got to give you a fair warning. This is not a topic that we are lightly, but it is something that happened. I want to get the exact specifics though. I want to get out all the facts a 100% correct before I play this tape. So first, what is grooming? So there are three types of people in the world. And there's more than that, but in this particular category, there are infants, there are protectors of infants, and there are predators. Those are the three types of people. So you could go into one of those three categories. Now, in the west, because we do have a Christian inheritance in the west. Now you might not like that. You might be an atheist. You might be secular, you might be anti Christian, but the values the norms and the customs that are baked into western tradition and western law is thanks to a robust Christian influence. That Christian influence has certain customs that we just kind of believe are standard. For example, the rich having some sort of obligation to give money charitably to the poor. That is not a custom found in every culture. It's not normal human behavior. It is inherited from a Christian tradition. How about this idea this magical idea of natural rights? We take the natural rights doctrine for granted as if every culture accustomed can come towards it. The 11th and 12th century was full. Of legal scholars that were steeped in Christian tradition that were pouring over the scriptures that came to verse after verse talking about human equality,
Pete Ricketts' Massive Turn Around
"You know, Pete ricketts, there's a story in the post about you this morning titled Pete ricketts massive political turnaround. And because you lost once. When you ran for Senate the first time, that puts you in a category with people like Mitt Romney, John thune. I mean, I go back to Richard Nixon losing 1960 and 1962. Do you think it helps to have lost once before you win twice as governor and now you'll have reelection for senator in two years? Well, I think it's a general rule that you learn way more from your failures than you do your successes, right? There are more painful, the intended to do more evaluation of what you can do better. And certainly my Senate loss in 2006 did teach me a lot about politics. It didn't discharge me from getting involved in it. I enjoyed the campaign. I love getting out and meeting nebraskans. And I learned a lot. I think I was able to turn those lessons into successes in my race for governor and certainly the people I met in my O 6 Senate race made it possible for me to get elected when I ran for governor in 2014. So that was absolutely vital to my success and winning in 2014 was my loss in 2006.
Praying for the Souls of Loathsome Individuals
"Have a guest Brandt Hansen, his book is unoffending how just one change can make all of life better. So not to be constantly offended, angry. Another thing that comes up with is similar to this is when somebody says, they bring somebody up, somebody that you might think is loathsome, like Adolf Hitler or the current president or whoever it is that you put in a category of like, but God commands us to pray for them. And a lot of people don't get that. They're like, how could I pray for folks? You're not praying that they succeed in their evil designs, okay? You're praying because you realize apart from the grace of God, you would be where they are. And if you think that somehow you're magically better than the worst people you can think of, don't you understand that that's only the grace of God that enables you even to see the evil in that person because those people think they're doing what is good. So that's an important thing when we talk about praying for people that we would totally disagree with. We're praying for their soul. We're trying to look at them the way God looked at us before we turned to him. And that takes humility and gratitude and that's at the core I know of what you're saying. That is it. So you can look at a politician who drives you crazy or a media person to drive you crazy and actually be rooting for them. And I know that sounds nuts but try it. Like when Jesus is telling us to bless our enemies to pray for those who are pray for our enemies love our enemies, it's for us. It's for our own, we thrive when we look at it this way. When it changes our heart, you just try it for 5 minutes. Like actually asking God to bless your enemies.
A Prayer for the Right Pace
"Prayer for the right pace, written and read by Ashley Moore. Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith, let us strip off every weight that slows us down. Especially the sin that's so easily trips us up and let us run with endurance the race God has set before us. Hebrews 12 one. I wouldn't call myself a runner. The longest distance I've ever pounded out on the asphalt was just over three miles for a run, a city hosted. In an attempt to prepare, I wanted to go a little extra and sharing that comrade day, I would successfully complete the mileage required. If I wanted to finish the race, I had to practice. I spent many days leading up to race day, lacing up my sneakers, stretching my calves, and hamstrings, and charting my course for the day. But the learning curve was steep. I would start off strong, allowing that anticipation and nervous energy to fuel me. But then I hit a wall emptying my energy reserves too quickly. I realized running was all about finding the right pace. What about you? How was your pace of life? Your feet hit the floor every morning in a hurry to check your email and get work started so you can coast into the evenings and weekends. Or are you more of a procrastinator? Do you postpone tasks until they can no longer wait, leaving yourself and others in a frenetic crunch to meet deadlines? For me, depending on the day, and task, I fall into both extremes. But that's what both of those categories are. Extremes. And the truth is, there's a healthy tension or for our purposes, there's a healthy pace. Remember the nursery rhyme about the tortoise and the hair, slow and steady is the pace we're looking for because as Christians, we're playing the long game.
Web3 Startup Momentum Set to Carry into 2023
"For a.m. Friday, January 6th, 2023. Web three startup momentum set to carry into 2023. Gaming metaverse and social networks were the web three categories that attracted the most investment in 2022 accounting for 2.3 billion 2.2 billion and 1.9 billion respectively. According to metaverse posts here and report, the web three space raised a total of 7.1 billion in funding during 2022 with gaming, metaverse, and social networks being the top three. The post web three startup momentum set to carry into 2023 appeared first on crypto news dot net.
ESG Bonds on Euronext Hit AllTime 1trn in 2022
"5 p.m. Friday December 30th, 2022. ESG bonds on euronext hit all time 1 trillion in 2022. LTP class guide MSO normal text to justify what the value of money raised from the issuance of environment, social and governance ESG factors based bonds in Euron X markets hit an all time high of 1 trillion in 2022 with over 310 new ESG bonds listed in the outgoing year. Overall, the pan European exchange recorded over 7800 new bond listings on its markets in 2022 LTP GTL TP class quad MSO normal text link just to watch your own next in dares cops euronext dot com and about meteor own express releaser on X conference its position lead in jeopardy listing venue aquatic statement tagged, released on Thursday, further noted, that it saw 83 new equity listings in its markets in the year. These listings accounted for a capital raise of 3.8 billion in aggregated market capitalization of 23 billion at listing. LTP GTL TP class would MSO normal text link just to watch your own next tech equities in 2022 LTP GTL TP class quad MSO normal quad according to a company statement, half of the new equity listings it registered this year were on behalf of technology companies. This is even as the market infrastructure provider launched the Euro next tech leaders segment in June. LTP GT LTP class would MSO normal coat the segment, which the company said caters to high growth and leading tech firms attracted four new issuers, bringing the total number of issuers in that category to over 110. These issuers who are active in both private and public coifs dot finance magnates dot com to equity quat target clockwise will quote follow caught equity markets attacked, boast of an aggregated market cap of 0.8 trillion as of December 29th, 2022. The pan European exchange said LTP GTL tp GT check out this recent finance magnates London summit 2022 session on what is shaping retail and institutional trading dot LTP GTL TP class guide MSO normal text link just to watch your own next Europe's premiere equity venule. Class Guatemala so normal coat in the statement, the company said it confirmed its position as the leading equity listing venue in Europe and global debt listing venue in 2022 dot LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal quadrant next remains the European equity listing venue of reference. Being home to nearly 400 large capitalization issuers and 1500 SME issuers and continues to attract leading companies across all industries and geographies in 2022. The exchange said LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal quad according to. Euro next, large cap firms continued their patronage of the wide range of listing options available on its markets. While some chose the traditional initial public offering route, others became listed by becoming independent of their parent companies. Yet, others opted for special purpose acquisition company deals, euronext added LTP GTL TP class guitar normal text link just to watch in the first category. For instance, VR energy, which zero next described as the most valuable oil exploration production company to conduct an IPO globally in the past ten years, raised 7 74 M and its market cap stood at 6.9 billion at listing LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Oladipo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
BitcoinIRA Wins Bronze in 12th Annual Best in Biz Awards
"5 p.m. Thursday, December 29th, 2022. Bitcoin array wins bronze in 12th annual best in business awards. FinTech platform helping Americans diversify their retirement portfolios with cryptocurrency winds bronze and executive of the year for small companies category, Los Angeles, December 20th, 2022, PR newswire Bitcoin IRA, the world's first and most secure digital asset IRA technology platform, has been named a bronze winner in the executive of the year for small companies category. The post Bitcoin IRA wins bronze in 12th annual best in biz awards appeared first on Bitcoin IRE official Bitcoin retirement account investment
Caller: How Banks Are Colluding With the Federal Government
"Hi thanks for filling in for the great one Ben Never waste a crisis Justin Trudeau certainly didn't waste the crisis when he froze truckers bank accounts And I'm afraid that the central banks will collude with the federal government in light of the cryptocurrency crashing and other economic issues that may drop to force a digital currency with no cash option Then they'll be able to track our purchases or gun purchases or ammunition Tracking them I mean look at the look at the banks that we're making this special category If you buy anything at a gun store you may go to the range to exercise your Second Amendment right Now this is personal for me because I own a gun store and I own a gun range If you come to my gun store or if you come to my gun range we also have a restaurant I have a barbecue restaurant called Ferguson's barbecue You eat there and there's a very good chance you're now on the list right That's a ping That the government can go to the banks and go hey we want to know this one right We want to see this This is in our Wheelhouse now We've had companies give you another example over the holidays Facebook YouTube they will not take our advertisements Instagram will not take our advertisements Because it is related to something that is legal it's related to guns or ammo or firearms and they say sorry you can't do it We won't take the money and look I get it There are private business right They have the right to do that but they're treating the Second Amendment like you are a criminal and there is criminal activity involved That's the problem I have
2022's Biggest Loser Awards: Bill Barr
"Our second category is the award for biggest walrus of the year. Again, very little competition here. This award goes to former Trump attorney, general Bill Barr and future food tray runner for golden corral. This is the person who confessed on camera that he was surprised to hear Biden discount as fictional, the story of his own son's laptop, full of crime, drugs, crime, corruption, crime, treason, and war crime. Bill Barr would have us believe that this shocked him, while at the same time, his own Department of Justice and FBI were working with social media companies to illegally suppress and censor a bombshell story that he himself admits was 100% true. Congratulations Barr on your role in backstabbing the American public and smothering elections with your bare hands. What was the bribe Bill, a box of Krispy kremes? Remember Bill always wear a hairnet when around food.
2022's Biggest Loser Awards: Meghan Markle
"Before we begin to look forward to another year of dystopian corruption, let's engage in a little look back on the year that was in the form of an award show. Not just any awards show, we're going to hand out awards to this year's biggest losers. Trash awards for the trashiest people and institutions whose contributions played a big part in the transformation of our country into a hellscape. The awards for the biggest losers this year signify decorations for dereliction, kudos for corruption, accolades for abuse, laurels for laziness and trophies for terribleness. Our first category is the award for most ungrateful scold. Hands down, this award has to go to Meghan Markle. The former member of British royalty and professional crier when she's on camera. Meghan and her former prince of husband Harry, who claims to be a tortured soul himself, have renounced their obligations to the British royalty. But want to keep as much of their royal brand. Money, security, and lifestyle as possible. In order to start a kind of media grift, knocking the British royalty. This was most aptly exemplified in their countless interviews, whether that be with Oprah or in their own multi part documentary on Netflix. The only documentary to show a tortured couple living in a $30 million home in montecito, yet who claimed to be victims. And literally, no one on the entire planet gets why Meghan has chosen this course of action. Harry and Meghan truly hated the media as they claimed throughout their documentary, then they could have chosen to live a quiet life out of the limelight away from the media. But no, they love media attention, and a camera crew is Meghan's best friend. That's why she hired one to photograph her when she went to pay her respects to victims of a school shooting. Very heartfelt Meg, and you can't let that photo op pass you by.
Economist Peter Schiff Talks the 'Tip of the Iceberg' With Inflation
"Now the reason that I think we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg here when it comes to price increases is because we have had the most inflationary monetary policy in U.S. history. It got even worse during COVID. I mean, that just took it to a whole new level of absurdity. But even before COVID, QE one, two and three, there was a lot of inflation created. We just created a lot more of it with QE four following the outbreak of COVID. But as a result, there is tremendous inflation already built into the pipeline. And as that inflation entered the economy, a lot of the increases originally showed up in financial assets. So stock prices went up. Real estate prices went up. Bond prices went up. Prices for a lot of things went up. Cryptocurrencies, you know, just one category. But everything kind of went up. And when inflation is causing asset prices to rise, there's generally not a lot of problems. People don't push back because they like that. Oh, I'm getting richer. Now, sure, if you need to buy a house, the house is more expensive. But if you already own the house, you think, well, I'm richer now. My house was worth more. I could take out a home equity loan and buy more stuff. So people like it. And when interest rates are low or asset prices are going up, people are more willing to spend because they think they have greater wealth. So it's initially not objected to. But it should have been. And I was for years warning about the ultimate consequence of this inflation and that we should not be happy just because it starts out in financial assets because it always ends up in consumer goods.
7 Best Crypto Games To Play And Earn Rewards
"10 p.m. Tuesday, December 20th, 2022 7 best crypto games to play and earn rewards. If you love to play the best crypto games online or offline, there's no reason why you shouldn't earn money doing the things you love. Unfortunately, while many games offer in game rewards, there are only a few with real rewards that you can trade or use for other tangible things. Different categories and types of
"second category" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Dot com. When we think about evil and suffering in the world, we can divide it into two categories. The first I'm going to call natural evil or natural suffering. And the other is moral evil and the suffering caused by that. Now the difference here is that natural evil are the evils in a sense that can be attributed to nature. I'm thinking of things here like tornadoes and hurricanes and earthquakes and disease. Natural calamities. And this would include the calamities of the cruelty and the animal kingdom. This is all if you will the evil of the evils of nature. And then you have a more lethal. So let me talk in this segment about natural, evil, because when you begin to look at these things, individually, and in this book what's so good about God, I have a couple of chapters where I go into great detail about them. But here I just want to take the single example of earthquakes. Again, something that seems kind of pointless, the earth kind of cracks open and causes an earthquake, houses tumble down, people are smashed to death, calamities are caused by earthquakes, but why do we have earthquakes? Well, for centuries, nobody knew. It just seemed like earthquakes were one of those horrible things that happened almost like a defect in the architecture of the of God's creation. But now we know that earthquakes occur, and this is actually the way in which modern science comes to the benefit of apologetics. The atheist think that science is their weapon. No, science cuts both ways, and there is scientific evidence that supports and helps to explain such questions as why we have earthquakes. Well, it turns out that Blake played tectonics, which is the movement of giant plates under the earth's surface. It's the movement of those plates that causes the earthquakes. Now, this blade tectonics as it turns out is absolutely essential for the existence of life on earth. And particularly of human life. Mammalian life, the life of mammals. Why? Because without plate tectonics, the earth, and the oceans would not be separated from one another. In fact, the oceans, which by the way, make up about 70% of the entire surface of the earth, which swallow the land and would swallow the land to the depth of 4000 meters. So what that means is that without plate tectonics, we would all be drowned. I mean, humans would all be drowned. Of course it would be good for the fish, but there would be we would lose most of the biodiversity of the planet. And it turns out that plate tectonics does all kinds of other things. In addition to this, we need carbon dioxide without it the earth would basically resemble Antarctica, and it's the plate tectonic system that apparently circulates all the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, keeping the level of greenhouse gases and therefore the earth's temperature, stable. I'm not quoting from a textbook, which has the tectonic system serves as a planetary thermostat, helping to regulate the earth's climate and preventing the onset of scorching or freezing temperatures that would make life and certainly human life impossible. So what am I getting at with this? What I'm getting at is that plate tectonics, the very process that gives rise to earthquakes, is also a process that is vital to sustain, and enable human life on earth. So in other words, we owe our existence in part to plate tectonics. And this is the point is that God has created nature in a way that the good things that come out of nature also produce bacteria and viruses, by the way, most bacteria are beneficial and so you have an ecosystem. That's the word we use today and we use it mainly in the connection of the climate debate, but there is such a thing as an ecosystem and the point about an ecosystem is an ecosystem is a series of connected parts. Now, some people think that you can change the ecosystem by getting rid of parts over here and getting rid of the parts over there. And yes, you can. But if you do that, you're going to get a different ecosystem. And the point I want to make is that at the deepest level, if you change the ecosystem, you're not only going to get a different world, but you're going to get different creatures that inhabit that world. So the point I'm trying to make here is that the world has the kind of creatures that it has now. Including that creature called man who can not only live in the world, but can experience the world and experience suffering and can also raise the question. Why do we have evil? Why do we have suffering in the world? That kind of creature that has rationality that has a consciousness that has awareness. I mean, we're creatures that are not just don't just inhabit the world, where creatures that can interrogate the world, and my point is those kinds of creatures are created and sustained in a certain type of environment. And the point I'm getting at is if God wanted to make creatures like us, he created the environment that sustains creatures like us. Now you might say, and I'll address this in the next section. Wait a minute. God is omnipotent. He can do anything. So he could easily have made creatures like us, but created a different environment for us and it would all be okay and I think that this argument is nonsensical. It makes absolutely no sense. If God wanted creatures like us, he made us in the way that it is required to have creatures like us and I'll discuss that further.
"second category" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A friend in the war on Ukraine and you also say this isn't the first time you've lost a friend to war but that this time it feels different Can you explain why Yes it feels different because it feels like it could have been avoided It is we know how horrible is Putin I am now worried about Friends that I have in Ukraine but I'm also worried about Friends that I have a rush hour I will also get crushed by the regime And the thing is that the whole warden knew about how horrible is put in how far he could go and we waited We waited way too much I was listening to the landscape and it feels it feels it feels lonely to be part of their grant a few but at the same time left alone Now there are 3 million people who have fled Ukraine many of them are young people How do you think what you've created with moss could help some of these Absolutely They have to start over They have to start over and pursue their dreams elsewhere They may never get to go home Absolutely I mean they are they will be needing a lot of support to get an education we are helping students in the U.S. I hope the U.S. will join the efforts of locating and welcoming refugees from Ukraine and all the refugees actually in the world And through that we do have we do have students who don't have access to education in the U.S. and treated as a second category citizens in this country like the DACA students we do have a ton of students who don't come from maybe wealthy background who didn't have access to understanding that education is within reach or don't have access to that So with moss our goal is to make the dream of higher education accessible to everyone in the U.S. and hopefully soon outside All right well we'll be following your progress moss founder and CEO Amir yayoi Thank you for sharing your story with us Much more ahead We'll be right back This is Bloomberg What's the difference between you and your competition What's your vision in this relationship We're guessing one thing is that you are better informed European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde had this to say actually we're not guessing The realism of this is tangible up to the moment news Some of the.
"second category" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing
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"second category" Discussed on Lochhead on Marketing
"Thanks for pressing play. Welcome to lock it on marketing on this episode. Let's talk about the two categories of problems and opportunities that we face and the questions that we need to ask to figure out what we're dealing with when an issue or an opportunity arises We are brought to you by my friends at hallo app. The world's first real relationship network if you're tired of traditional social media where they monetize you and you want a real environment for communicating and collaborating and connecting with your real friends family and colleagues checkout h. a. l. l. o. app ap dot com today or search for hallo app in the app store of your favorite smartphone. My friends at splendour the leaders in data to everything bringing data every question every decision and every action visit. Sp l. u. n. k. dot com slash d the number two in the letter e. And while you're surfing the internet why not check out. Lockhead dot com and subscribe to category pirates Recent monster newsletters that we have dropped include how legends. Ipo it turns out that most companies. When the ipo think about an ipo as a financing event when important fact it's a category defining event and the piece we wrote on branding versus categories is blowing up the internet. You might wanna check that out to visit loc dot com and subscribe to category pirates. Now heyhoe let's go. This is locked head on marketing. The podcast that helps you develop a lens for what makes legendary marketing legendary hosted by christopher lockhead three times. Cmo godfather category design and high school dropout with the marketing journal calls one of the best minds in marketing and the economist calls off putting to some all right. If you're a business leader your marketing leader. You're an entrepreneur. Of course your job is to deal with problems and opportunities as they arise in so when any new problem or opportunity arises i. let's think about what is the context of it. What type of problem or opportunity is it and it turns out. There's really only two two big problems that we face one knowing what to do and to doing it and so when an issue when an opportunity when a problem comes up what is critical is that we asked the questions that we need to ask to understand is knowing what to do problem or is this a doing it problem most people when something comes up. They just jumped to problem solving before they know what category of problem they're solving and of course solving a knowing what to do problem aka strategy is very different than solving a doing it problem aka execution so the next time something pops up ask yourself and ask your colleagues is knowing what to do problem or doing it problem all right.
"second category" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"Because it's like this is a this is a person's life and it's under siege right now and you have to make these funny little like. Oh that's the name of her song jokes. And it kind of brought me back to when whitney houston died and people were saying we will always love her and just like what. Okay someone died like this. That's just like oh my god that's disgusting right like as blue. Are you know. Try to create content out of nothing every week like there's a time when like the content speaks for itself. All you have to do is talk about all these incredibly new and shocking and appalling things that we've learned about britney in the last twenty four hours and like there's so much of that like you don't need you don't need to embellish. You don't need to do all of that. Like do less. Let her words do more like we just tried to do. And and that's that you know what i mean so i think it's possible to show support in a much less taxiway. I would agree totally. We're going to move onto the next categories and especially curse as you guys know the second category of the show is shot pivot. So what i would save before i move on again is just i will encourage you to read her. Full statement. It is online everywhere consume other content about the freebritney movement. Like amelia. said. There's a who doc that we all watch. New york times has written a bunch of amazing things about this entire saga for her so while we did. We did actually longer than i thought like. We're chew any plasminogen. So i'm happy. We gave it the time. But i think everyone should also like just know consumer for yourself continue about. There's a lot. Yeah all right so i guess let's do it. This is not worth the thi this week. In social media and our miscellaneous category. So kate take it away just a fall pivot to some of the most cursed news of the week just brightening our spirits with some horrifying content. Okay so i'm gonna. I'm gonna send this to a million minute because she's made masked content her brand Sadly faysal regrets. She's regrets. I can see it face but flicks has released a new dating show and they love to do the dating show. That's like horrible but people can't stop talking about it. You know that's their strategy. And that's what they've done with this. They have combined sort of the massingir with a dating show. And it's called sexy beasts and the concept. Is you know you want to date someone based on personality. You don't wanna do it based on looks which is what they did with. Love is blind. So it's kind of similar concept that however it's so much worse because they are putting their contestants in prosthetics and make up masks and they're making them look like any variety of horrifying animals and aliens and beasts and then go on dates with each other in these costumes that they don't know each other look like and then they have to choose their partners without seeing them. And i honestly would urge you watch trailer because it's hard to explain quite what these people look like in these outfits and doing their activities their bowling they're throwing darts there at dinner. They're trying to kiss. There's one where they're trying to kiss and and devil devil horns and a devil chin and the other one's in like a furry mask and thank god. I can't believe. I know we're gonna have to watch this and i really are mass expert like you've you've done mass dancing. This is mass dating. How do you feel. Oh my god well. It's not part of the masks original and zebra period. I'm sorry. I bit harness.
"second category" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On June 17th. Listen, we do this every week. We bring in our good friend Steve Moskowitz, Tax attorney here in San Francisco, the owner and founder of Moskowitz. L l p more on that in just a couple of minutes. But Steve is our good friend and sponsor right here on the podcast. So, Steve, we welcome you back. The weather is heating up, and I'm sure your offices are heating up, too, because it's It's getting crazy out here and so is this government and give away heating up. There's something called E R. C Okay. Employee retention credit. Yeah. And if you otherwise qualify, you can get $33,000. Max. For employee for 2020 and 2021. Wow. So the bottom line is if you qualified for the max and you had 10 employees that would be $330,000. If you had 20 employees, and you qualified for the max, that would be $660,000. This is a grant. It's a gift. It's not alone. It's not like pee pee pee where you had to. Get forgiveness or it was alone. It's not like Tpp. We had to spend a certain way if you qualify the government. Just gives you the money. This is incredible. And by the way, it's tax free. Yeah, so What we want to do is we want to take a look into the mechanics of this. And this government giveaway is by the quarter. So it starts with the fourth quarter of 2020. And then the four quarters of 2021. For 2020, the government was giving away five grand a head For 2021, they said. That's not enough. We'll give you seven grand a quarter ahead. So if you multiply and you're entitled to the Max 2021 7000 quarter times. Four quarters $28,000 for the year. Plus 5000 for 2020. Wow. That gets his $33,000. And he said, you know, how do I get that? Yeah. Yeah, so you have to apply for he said. Well, what's What's the rules? Yeah. So the first rules is You need to qualify in one of two ways, okay? First Were you either fully or partially shut down by the government for Covid. If you were, that's it, you don't even have to go to the second category. You qualify, and then we started talking about The payments. So we said, Well, okay, How does pee pee pee All these initials? You know, government likes initials. Member. The loans where the government was give me a loans. And if you qualify didn't have to pay it back. Yeah, well, we're going to talk more about some things in that in our next podcast. Okay, But for right now what happens? Is, Although it doesn't stop you from having this. You have to make sure that you don't double counted. So what happens is most people going to qualify. Because if you're talking about the fourth quarter Of 2020. Most people got their p p p and p p p one. In Shame. May of 2020. It was long since spent before we got Two. The fourth quarter so most people don't qualify there, right. Right. And then if you got p p p two You got that around February and or maybe later. So we know the first month and a half, maybe two months of the first quarter. You physically didn't have the money. So what happens is And as you know, before I was a tax attorney. I was a C P A. Yeah. So this I'm trying to keep it as light as possible. No, that's cool. No, no, I don't want the listeners eyes that starts spinning around and all right. Are you talking about? No, No, I'm with you, man. I'm with you, Steve. So the bottom line is there's some calculations that happening, don, but the bottom line here is this is a government giveaway. And if you're entitled to it, you should take it now, like everything else. It doesn't come by magic. You have to apply for it. And what's happening is That More and more people are starting to apply. So the longer you wait Long. You don't have to wait to get your money because more and more people are getting in mind, so the bottom line is We're doing these for our clients. Okay, And it's just It's incredible. Nothing like this has ever been done before, and that's why I'm so excited about. This is an area where The government is truly helping out small business and in our next podcast, I'll explain the reasons why they do things like this. But right now we don't have to worry about that. The bottom line is, if you're entitled to the money, just get it and you better get it because what's going to happen is President Biden. Is giving the various programs he's giving away. Trillions of dollars will take. Remember the old days when they just gave away billions with I I missed. You know who who? What kind of picher is going to, you know, just deal with billions now. I mean, who would box? That's I'm saying, Steve, What can a billion dollars gets you in 20? Hey, a billion. Who would even do it? Who would even get out of their chair for right, right? A trillion dollars. Now it's getting serious. So President Biden is given away trillions, right? But that's why he's also starting this doubling the size of the IRS because he tells them In addition to borrowing Yeah, he wants the IRS to collect trillions. That's why he's literally doubling the number of agents. So the bottom line is get the money now, of course, if you're in business Later on, President Biden is going to be asking for it back. Well, that's perfect. That was nice playing English right there, Steve seriously, so people can easily understand that concept. Get it while you can get it. While it's hot, All you have to do is qualify and apply..
"second category" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Council, the only U. S mayor on that council and only one of two mayors in the world. The mayor of Paris being the other one, and I And all the studies that we've done sure that for every dollar that you spent prophylactically before the storm and prevention, you saved 7 to $8 in post hurricane recovery. So it makes all the sense in the world. We're focusing, of course, on having pumps on having you know, internal reservoirs of sea level wall rises and a variety of different strategies that we're using. Um, you know, backflow preventers in terms of our evolving system. To make sure that we remain dry. We're already the most one resilient city on the planet. We've actually had less hurricane damage in the last 10 years in the city of New York in terms of overall costs, and people usually don't know that the reason why, Because we're very resilient. We've been focusing on resiliency for many, many years. I mean, we've we've come to live with it. But the other part of the narrative that's important is the fact that we've actually only had two category one hurricane hit us in the last 20 years. And one tropical storm so again, sort of the narrative of Miami, as always getting here with hurricanes does not completely lined up with the reality mayor as far as thank you so much for your time. Thank you. I appreciate it. You're listening to the Fox News. Rundown. Stay tuned for Armstrong and Getty, starting at six. Talk radio. 5 60 ksfo. Mm. Listen to that sizzle. That's the sound of America's most trusted, affordable and high quality meat from good ranchers. Good ranchers dot com. Our mission is to help the American family. How.
"second category" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"You could be at your volunteer Work at a soup kitchen. Or if you're in a church choir or something like that they're these will come into play so legitimate power is just comes from a position of authority right. It's you know they call it formal authority. That kind of stuff right. So this is this comes with your title Because of what you do and your position in the organization you likely have the ability to make certain types of decisions. You have People will do what you say based on that right. So that's what we call legitimate power reward. Power is a little bit different and that comes from your ability to hand out resources or other types of things that people want. Yeah so you know. That's where hey than you. And i gotta go talk to the boss. We're going to try to be really sweet. So it gives us something or you know if you're trying to get past the secretary to talk to somebody for a sales caller something. Maybe like bring the special chocolates admin assistant lights or whatever that's really good via type of reward and you know if you think about it from the concept of a You know or from the perspective of supervisor. You know. Supervisors can also reward people with formal recognition. They can reward them with bonuses ryan. Remote reward says access Training opportunities all kinds of things that you potentially could reward them with a visibility on projects. Right i mean that's why we use the term gatekeeper. Right that person the reward they have is access through or to someone or a piece of information or something like that and so they have power over you. Because they're the keeper of the reward and the their power is somewhat tied to your You know if if they have something you want and the degree to which you actually want it gives them more power right. So that's reward power and on the flip side of that. We have coercive power so your ability to have control over punishments in an organization. So if you have the ability to fire someone you have course of power now and bosses kind of. Have all of these right you know. Depending on the organization authority reward power coercive power they depending on the organization. But that's why it can be really terrifying. Have a boss says. Can you see me in the office. And i'm always like you can't just say that in wait you gotta say it's nothing bad like if there's nothing bad otherwise you know. I don't have to stoop. But anyway i had a boss who used to sometimes just send you an email and the body of the email would just said. I didn't even say please said p. l. s. like short but couldn't couldn't write out the whole word p. l. s. cmih period. As like what was going on here. You're right sometimes. It'd be kind of terrifying. 'cause you don't know what's going to happen. So these types of organizational power legitimate reward and coercive. Are those ones that are in some way tied to your position in the organization but those are not the only types of power that you can have as a person If we move beyond organizational power there's a kind of a second category that we call personal power that's right and the two pieces here right our expert power and reference power now expert power. Pretty obvious right. It's derived from a person's expertise like if hawkins. Stephen hawkins' comes in and talks about physics. Like people are gonna listen. 'cause like dude. He liked invented the epa karate theory of the universe. Of course. I'm gonna listen if we come into organizations. Generally they may be annoyed the scenic consultant right. We overwhelmed with our charm and then define. Yeah yeah but the thing is is like we've been in so many organizations people wanna listen right know. What can i learn here..
"second category" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast
"Look tag from say they opportunity here of so many times plays can leave them while you go about alexander where i go about for that studying and just it doesn't have to mean even today that i mean you're doing your own things. Just he ended up own bonds even recently live. Said it means that. No one's gonna you know. I'm interested in theatre interested in them. Reeves ended in Maybe you have relied on somebody else. Podcasting radio more you. That's how i so those are interested. I didn't realize someone else. Hey why don't lie right. They're not coming out. I write a little bit more ninety dollars on bitch like none of that. You want but so you got do it a little more just like why we can't do this. You can't do what i need. Why wait for me or goodbye. Know a chance to show my other situation which chillingly like. Why are we that dependent on when they they're gonna Described approach the riot people. You're you're being by Energy and by boys not biped paired. Probably not by choice by no one else is whatever and you you just whatever. It is being zoned area incomes like do bring the ideas fearing here to it. I like i like that. The other person really say when. You're somewhere that you hitler different. So i'm i'm doing air writing and you're driving more even just you know. Want to write a book. Your you have to wait. Another people. I want to write. You want better at right on had wanted. So i have to ask you get comfortable on a little bit more. Could have more say it becomes part of my day and you're not getting that but the struggle not being denying is you don't feel like you're Where you are free. Don't feel lightly enough. Although things of paneling maybe it also you can help the situation. Freedom is broad thing. Just reese the wheel eating more on the selena hurting a more independent into end trolls zero or manager and really putting into our living ended. You're not exactly in queen. 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It's where you gaz you glean new but not in a way that any that you set your own standard anytime that you do daily or always been in value right for someone tells you you have so then you have a ton of your family now. I'm doing yourselves frame. we're not talking about. I'm could make some of your own values own you now. You're not important. just do this you. You're free to do they do it. free to think the way you wanted a great singles skill to divide do things for myself i am. I certainly love myself police. I'm going and doing what because treat myself. The all comes in your power. That's how you start to feel you know talk about it. I i feel it. I treat myself like for me because you guys all of you are just so that that ionizer real Into sackman my little situations none giving your health. I guess i'm taking georgia's more speaking for myself. Becoming more and more ambitious is a matter of the health saying is matter the second category. That's why do this. That's why treat myself like this is starting to be like. Yeah i want more. I want to make sure that you guys have my resources. I want 'em because that's a tool doesn't end so that's going to eventually take place on there. Being leave a tom higher. Admire you word and be jealous of you for to. America had them out declaration of independence. And you're gonna skip all that jealousy right people's give yano about that one being the penalty to hopefully you know about that. Create the feeling of bud race that is focused pivotal time. I want to thank you on behalf of the. Gmc has become untied k. is the cast based on. gsm network independent l. guys some individuals subscribe. It really helps. Salvos organizations like us on twitter company. He's not a prophet government. it helps Show since in word makes me know that like kind of 'cause animal way still going to be myself matter. What so soon. we'll.
"second category" Discussed on Today, Explained
"And we've been talking about how republican led legislatures across the country have been trying to pass voter suppression laws. But you say that not all of these laws are equal. Why i want to be precise here. Because i don't wanna say like it's fine to just make it hard to vote for no good reason like that's that's a bad thing like we want it to be as easy as possible to vote but a lot of voter suppression tactics can be over calm and like if you look at the research. The research suggests that they typically are overcome through voter education through strong campaigns. There some studies that show that black voters in particular get very upset when they learned that laws are being passed to make it harder for them to vote and so are more likely to organize to overcome whatever tactics are being used. And so you know for example if the state says that you can't vote by mail will you could still vote in person and lake. There is some evidence you know. Democrats can be effective in just making sure to educate verbs like okay. You're going to have to vote in person this time around. Because they've taken away your ability to vote by mail and so those provisions are bad but they are provisions that can be overcome. The second category is things like this voter purge provision potential. Where you know you don't even realize you've been deregistered until you show up and they tell you you're not allowed to vote the most virulent provision in in the georgia law which passed earlier. This year allows state boards that are controlled by republican party to take over local election boards in the state of georgia. According to the law the say elections board can suspend four local election. Boards superintendents at a time. The law says the state would temporarily replaced the local board with a single appointee to run county elections. And the reason why that matters is because those local election boards have the power to disqualify voters there the power to close precincts and they even have the power to refuse to certify election. And so you could potentially have a circumstance where you have a voter who follows all the rules. You have many voters who follow all the rules. You do everything right. They obey the law and then after the fact this local election board gets taken over by the state. Gop and these voters are disqualified and those are the provisions that i think are the most troubling. You're the sorts of provisions. Where no matter what. The voter does no matter what voting rights activists do no matter what the democratic party does no matter what anyone does. There's potentially.
"second category" Discussed on VUX World
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"second category" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Bread. I'd really appreciate your wit. Brenda emails in maybe Nazi. Pelosi didn't want us to know where her appointments were going to be, because we might catch her indoors without a mask again. Not thought of that. That's very clever. Arranges in the car. Your money, Ranger. How are you? Morning, Bruce. I do a lot of confidence waiting. And I guess I could have called the n double A C P on this question, but as far as presenting the way that the Democrats why, for years we've been hearing about unfair hiring practices and it being racial, uh, in their hiring practices. Against people of color. With all the job openings happening right now, Why is the market being flooded with applicants of people of color, taking up the jobs? Well, it's not just people of color, of course, but you're right there because we're compensating them too highly. Now, Of course, this is not something. That the Biden administration will acknowledge. But the fact is that the people who are staying home and not working right now is because they've done the math and the math is unless you're making over $32,000 a year you you do better financially but simply staying home. Well, I would think it's the passion with such strong about that subject that they might bypass that and say, you know, in the long run, I'll take the job because I'm gonna be better off with security. Well, they anticipate getting the job as soon as the unemployment benefits were out there probably look bluntly. We should probably right on this. Probably completely 100% right. That will happen is people will have trouble finding employees until those benefits are sunset. And it seems to me that the extra is supposed to run out sometime this summer. We'll see what happens then. Once that extra 300 a week runs out, we may see a kick up the number of people. It's just going to work. That's what point Yep. We'll see Rachel. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Okay. Now, this is classic folks. You know some people. Tell a joke. And some people cannot tell a joke. And Joe Biden took his swing into played a couple of times yesterday, and he pretty clearly false in the second category. Again. This is the president, speaking to the Coast guards at the Coast Guard Academy Graduation. He's talking about the importance of traditions, but you found ways to find ways to keep many of the academy's traditions alive. Maybe even formed a few new ones. You still were able to bring your cars on campus. Just.
"second category" Discussed on Identity at the Center
"That's the kind of main advantage why people are adopting to as approach. I think one of the challenges that i've seen with the as a service technologies that are out there especially if they were not originally designed for as a service is that the feature parody is not exactly there between an on premise solution that might been there historically versus maybe the sas version of that product. A lot of times we see organizations that maybe have customized a lot of their on premise solutions to meet particular business needs. And when you start to shift into the as a service model you really have to figure out you know. How can you adjust your business processes to meet the capabilities. That are actually available. You know in the new versions of those products because it may not be as customizable as you might be used to. I'm curious what your your thoughts are on that kind of feature parody that we've seen between different vendors that are out there and you know. Maybe they're not quite exactly the same but maybe good enough is good enough for now and You know what your experience has been in in that specific area around features. So i think this very strong observation which you have and the way i'd like to define it as that. There are two kinds of products which are did in the market. The some of the legacy product kevin. They found that the cloud first strategy being adopted by majority of clients so they actually upgraded the new feature functionality to support club and the second category of products so could be cloud native. Those other products are born in cloud. And there's a very clear cut difference you'll see as you implement those solutions that cloud native solutions. They're adapted video different feature functionality and the cloud services seamlessly but via. You're trying to patch on those additional features to just make it compatible with the club there the integrator implementation and integration poses several challenges so i strongly recommend that a organizations who are looking for the as a service solution they should look at whether the product vendor is cloud native. Or they're trying to get onto the cloud as a aftermath that. That's a really good point. If if it's okay i'd like to pull the discussion back to kind of the the industry vision or where. The industry is adding kind of talked about that. In terms of the convergence of im and adds kind of where i was introducing from. Was you know taking that. View of how the industry has gone through consolidation faces than that created opportunities for startups to fill niches to specialize in in become a best to breed solution. I think that's a good backdrop for this question. Which is you know what we just saw recently. Was this major purchase by octa of the zero platform and kind of build out their capabilities. Plus we see octa kind of early out capabilities around identity governance privilege access management. We see that with other vendors as well. I'm picking on. Octa primarily are picking out octa primarily because of the recent acquisition. I'd like to get your feedback on that but you know another trend. That i'm seeing is a lot of platforms a the microsoft platform building out. Identity management as a component of that salesforce service. Now doing kind of the same thing..
"second category" Discussed on Photography Radio
"The whole. I do tend to get you know fairly positive fairly positive responses from people know everyone gets it. But that's fine. You know on a big fan of ben gulf other people think his work is terrible. It's just horses for courses. Isn't it if i do can raise a smile from someone while lots a good thing if it can make them feel whatever you know if it makes me feel relaxed or happy. That's a good thing. I would say so are you. Are you looking to photograph. A sense of peace and happiness is that the motivating desire behind your work. Nobody's ever been up before scott. I'm not really sure to be honest. I will tend to so try and bring out some of the beauty which is in the cfo in all just. And if i can. I can see it in a trauma. Best to to show the viewer. Look look what's in here. i think it was. It may have been castle. Who said there are three types of people in this world. There are people who can see or people who can see once they've been shown and there a pig lucon state and i think of you know will fall into the second category When i'm teaching say if you do this it gives this this movement in this this movement is you know. It's it's softy. And they get over. They realized that they can show move feeling in image. Rather than just record. What is actually there that feeling of an image is. I think you know the holy grail for all of us no matter what genre. We're dealing in and your work. I mean you said a minute go. You're looking for the beautiful and and the beautiful may not always be peaceful but it but it is still compelling. It is still something that that evokes strong response from us and in your work. I'm looking at an image right now called incoming in your work there. Is that as you said. Before that sense of kinetic that sense of dynamic thing going on and the two or three seconds that you would see in a film. I'll compressed into a still image. It is remarkable remarkable work. Tell me tell me. Tell me what you're working on now. And i don't think covert has probably affected the beach too much. Tell me what's today and what's coming up in the next couple of weeks yep. Kobe doesn't affect beach. Twelve in fact you know due to covid there have been no no weddings etcetera for year or so which is what i used to pay off my bills with. I would say photographers Graf things you eat don't particularly shoot you'll still give it a shot At the moment. I'm still going out. You know most mornings and china to turn a plan ahead too much. Some of the work the happens. You know stuff i shooting. Maybe two years ago looks different to the stuff. I'm doing now but without me really noticing it unless you see the images side by side. I think i'm always looking in the famous quote. About what a photographer know. What is your favorite photograph. You taken and the answer is the one. I'm going to take tomorrow right and i still think. A lot of people photographers. You never uh totally happy with what you've got. You might be happy for a day or a week or so. You always searching for that.
"second category" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"I want to come back to this idea social audio analytics and maybe the social audio management system this is going to be near and dear to the heart to a lot of the people who listen to this podcast because their space is accustomed to taking raw audio content transforming taxed analyzing it Actually putting it against other services and potentially returning information. So i wanted to explore that with you. A little bit we. We haven't seen that publicly yet and any of these social audio spaces you expect. People are actually doing it today. How do you think that that's going to play out. Do you expect this to be predominantly the platforms are going to try to control it and use this as a feature and trying to block other people or do you think it's mostly going to be third parties coming in and somehow getting the feed whether through direct. Api or from a rogue angle and then being able to provide that data to people who are interested in it. Yes so. I think there's maybe four constituent groups to think about here. Let's try to break this down. And i don't have all the answers here. I'm speculating so there are the platforms themselves twitter spaces and clubhouse and facebook. I think they are so twitter. Spaces already has real time voice to text translation into english which is on the lower third for some speakers. It's a three second delay about ninety percent accuracy. Ucla right yes okay. The second group would be the Government agencies and spies They're probably already doing it. But we'll never know. Group will be the traditional social media Analytics companies like salesforce and adobe salesforce acquired radian six In two thousand eleven ten years ago For three hundred million and their job was to grab all of the text based social media content. That was being produced at a rapid pace and make insights out of it and sell to brands for seven. Figure deals annually on what is being set in their market and give them analysis on share voice sentiment byproduct by region by country by network by individual by they produce. I was involved heavily with that industry now. The fourth group the fourth group i think is the one that will deploy so i. I don't think salesforce. And adobe wanna risk breaking the terms of service against twitter and risk that access that they already have in their. Api I don't think they wanna be scraping that content and also risk privacy concerns especially when a democratic administration is very concerned about privacy when it comes to social media as well as on the right hand side of the government as well they're even more concerned about suppression of so i don't think those big giant tech companies Adobe salesforce and oracle to do an ibm want to do that. So i think it's gonna be the fourth category which will be roguish punkish startups that are going to rip the content off with botts at a recording. The information then conduct voice to text analysis. And then do the other things that i already mentioned with sentiment in mining and influence analysis network. So i think it's going to be done under the covers of darkness fair enough and do you believe that the botts will be listed as users and basically some sort of fake user or are they going to be attached to a real users use. The system could be both. I mean there are. People are reporting data out of social audio by using. You know i rig systems and connecting to their ipod to other systems as well and just you know exporting that data. That's already happening.
"second category" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"The repent. And believe. I remember when i i clicked for me With some of the influences that i had early on grace life ministries and some of the other things that shaped me big time early on was no repent and believe isn't the front door into this repentant believe is the key to ultimate freedom ultimate living in that identity and and jeff. We haven't said this yet but it's the whole idea. Here is moving from disbelief to belief in every aspect of my life. That's a phrase that you use over and over and over. And i remember how put off i was when i i was faced with that idea of there's areas of my life that are filled with this belief. No oh no. That's almost an indictment but when it then it quickly switch from indictment to freedom. Because i realized that there's so much movement the had been happening throughout my life up to that point that's where we get to go with the rest of the space that god has yet to redeem and bring fully alive moving from disbelief to believe in every aspect of dallas. A little bit more about what that means and what that looks like for people as they're trying to be a part of the me put this two categories people who wanna become more fully alive like me you an rob. But then the second category leaders like us one not just empower ourselves to do that but empower other people to To to to accomplish the same to experience. The same thing jack miller. That's the one i was thinking of. Yeah let me go back to the repentant we've kingdom let don't miss that jesus didn't come into camilla forgive your citizens and get you into heaven. That wasn't the the idea. The idea was he came. Let you might experience. The kingdom of god and the kingdom of god is the the full experience of his rule and reign over everything of your your life which he says is that son came to set you free to give you abundant life to give you everything you always longed for but never knew you could have no. That's that is what came to give. And so the the concept there is now. How do i help. People realize that repentance and i frame of repentance around three categories. It's either repents of ignorance. I didn't know to be things about god and his work. And jesus and how that would transform everything for me or i knew but i didn't believe like that's the disbelief. I've heard it. But i don't really believe it or the kind of more rebellious side. Like i knew it. I believed it. But i walked away from right and i need to be brought back. And so there's a variety of ways that we had brought back to belief. But the reason i bring up that way because i think ignorance is a big part when people but gospel is the good news for my salvation at entry indicating them instead of the gospel is the good news for everything in life so that i might experienced the kingdom in absolutely everything and so i'll go to beijing four..
"second category" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"I wanna play out is in this top row if i have money in a roth. Ira so this column right here. The first one on the left. I can contribute to a roth. Ira rule that to a roth. Ira but can't move to a traditional or simple or sad or four fifty seven or even designated roth 401k. I can't rule that anywhere except into another roth. Ira now on the other side there. If i go to the my very bottom i'll see designated raf. I can rule that from a that roth account to a roth. Ira but not a traditional symbol or staff or fifty-seven etcetera. But i can roll it over to this last one here. The another designated roth account so i can rock 401k to rot 401k on but only in the case of a direct trustee to trustee transfer so. I have to move it from that account to another account. I can't touch it now. This is where we started getting some complex items where we have to talk about it to play on and make sure that we're not going to accidentally violate these rules. But i'm going to jump into our second category on this char. Can i just interrupt for one second here. Well what would be a situation where i want to move money out of a roth and back into pretax account. I can't but what would be a situation in which i would. I would desire to do that. The only desire i can think about that would be if i m going to incur or one income at some point in time and when we want they have income we'd be items such as charitable donations on the beginning on pretax basis. A lot of my clients have very heavily funded roth accounts. We'll go back and put funds into the traditional account just the later on. They know that they get towards retirement. Taking that senate. But i'm gonna leave that over to charity. Okay but so. Yeah so we're just talking about the concept of flexibility with this but it seems to me that the goal in a general sense with with limited specific exceptions is to get as much money into the roth. Ira in the end state as possible. That yes okay. Theoretically yes nine percent of the time. We're gonna want those raw phones. Now there's going to be situations though as as we running to contribution limits or higher. Earning years where. I'm gonna wanna into a raw into for traditional so i can lower my tax burden. You'll get customer of fresh whole. I want to put into a traditional ira or four one k..