35 Burst results for "Seventeen Minute"

Timberwolves beat Heat 113-104 for 7th win in 8 games

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Timberwolves beat Heat 113-104 for 7th win in 8 games

"The Timberwolves made it seven wins in their last eight games by downing the Eastern Conference leading heat one thirteen one oh four Jaylen a well finished with sixteen points for Minnesota one more than Anthony Edwards and Karl Anthony towns Edwards says it was a nice bounce back after losing in Orlando on Friday now after come out just yet if he had it once before it was just like her talented an eleven foot jumper with three fifty three left giving the wolves the lead for good at one oh two one hundred Tyler hero poured in thirty points for the heat who were held to just thirty seven points in the second half Miami's Markieff Morris had six points and four rebounds in seventeen minutes off the bench his first game in more than four months I'm Dave Ferrie

Jaylen Karl Anthony Towns Edwards Timberwolves Anthony Edwards Minnesota Orlando Markieff Morris Tyler Miami Dave Ferrie
 Philippines to proceed with deal to buy Russian helicopters

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Philippines to proceed with deal to buy Russian helicopters

"Manila is moving forward with a military deal with Moscow the Philippines government says it will proceed with the deal to purchase seventeen minute tree transport helicopters from Russia that was signed and partially paid for before the Russian invasion of Ukraine the defense chief says the two hundred forty nine million contract to acquire M. seventeen helicopters was signed in November under the Philippines made an initial payment in January the Philippines however has condemned Moscow's invasion of Ukraine due to financial constraints it has struggled for years to modernize its military one of

Philippines Government Moscow Manila Ukraine Russia Philippines
Internet Outages Briefly Disrupt Access to Dozens of Websites, Apps

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Internet Outages Briefly Disrupt Access to Dozens of Websites, Apps

"Dozens of financial institutions and lines and other companies around the globe were hit by a wave of brief internet's hostages the outage hit especially hard in Australia where many people were unable to do online banking access postal services internet monitoring website said that many disruptions took place including two U. S. based airlines even the Hong Kong stock exchange was not spent as it posted on Twitter that fight was facing technical problems about seventeen minutes later it announced it was back up and running many services were resumed after a narrow side but the affected companies said they were working overtime to prevent further problems I'm Karen Thomas

Australia Hong Kong Twitter Karen Thomas
Louisiana Police Deny Black Man Who Died in Custody Was Alone for 48 Minutes

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Louisiana Police Deny Black Man Who Died in Custody Was Alone for 48 Minutes

"Officials in Shreveport Louisiana a refuting claims that officers denied medical care to a black man who died in police custody in twenty twenty the family of Tommy McLaughlin junior filed a federal lawsuit in connection with his death they allege he spent forty eight minutes in a patrol car alone without medical attention the cloth and had three encounters with police on April fifth twenty twenty the day he died the lawsuit faults officers for missing signs of a mental condition known as excited delirium syndrome police admit using a taser pepper spray and a baton but they say that they were needed to subdue him lawyers representing the police officer say there's evidence they requested medical assistance and that help arrived within seventeen minutes I'm Jackie Quinn

Tommy Mclaughlin Shreveport Louisiana Delirium Syndrome Jackie Quinn
Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round

The Masters: Fore Please! Now Driving...

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Hideki Matsuyama has four-shot lead going into Sunday’s Masters final round

"Three here. At the eighty fifth masters is in the books. And what a day for high decky matsuyama. He entered the day at four under par and after shooting thirty on the second. Nine saturday leaves as the leader of the masters heading into sunday's final round matsuyama the two thousand eleven low amateur here at the masters. He's the first player from japan to ever hold the lead at the masters after any round he shot a seven under par sixty five to supplant justin rose on the leaderboard rose made save after save after save on second nine to card an even par seventy two. He enters sunday four shots back of matsuyama tied at seven under with zander. Shafi markley shman and will zella taurus. The tournament was delayed by weather for one hour and seventeen minutes when the final pairing was on the seventh green when play resumed at five fifteen pm eastern time the change in pace on the greens stymied rose and zella taurus and justin thomas while matsuyama was a force after his round. Matsuyama said before the horn. Blue for weather. I didn't hit a good drive but after the restart i hit practically every shot. Exactly how i wanted to during the hour break. Matsuyama said he sat in his car and checked his cellphone. He said it's a new experience being the leader going into the final round of a major. And all he can do is relax and what he plans to do is relaxed as much as possible. Saturday night. Prepare will and do his. Very best on sunday

Shafi Markley Matsuyama Justin Rose Zella Taurus Justin Thomas Zander Japan
Osaka claims 4th Slam trophy by beating Brady in Australia

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Osaka claims 4th Slam trophy by beating Brady in Australia

"Nail me soccer is kept intact her perfect record in grand slam finals now full full four after beating the American hope Jennifer Brady in the Australian Open women's final the first step was hard fought but the second more of a celebration for Osaka as she powered her way to a six four six three victory that took an hour and seventeen minutes to complete she slammed down sixteen big winners as she took control of the match and secured her second Australian title to go with her two US opens Brady only landed forty eight percent of the big first serves putting it behind on so many points I'm Graham like us

Jennifer Brady Soccer Osaka Brady United States Graham
Creativity from Unexpected Places Week

Feedback with EarBuds

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Creativity from Unexpected Places Week

"About those episodes. Will then talk a little bit about what's new on the ear buds blog as well as some sponsor information. First up. Are, ear buds podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme comes to us from Hannah Kiefer and is called creativity from unexpected places. Here's why Hannah chose this theme she writes. Hi My name is Hannah. Kiefer and the theme I chose is creativity from unexpected places. I chose this theme because when I'm credibly stuck sometimes, the best method for me is to choose which seems like a terrible idea and try to create something out of it and with national novel writing month just around the corner maybe somebody else will find some inspiration from listening to these out side the box ideas. Here are the episodes chosen by Hannah for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode of the week comes to us from somebody right this is called an unbreakable Radio Cypher and John Wilkes booth diary in Liverpool. It's twenty five minutes long. Here's the description. A murder in the aftermath of the civil war draws together a long serving five officer and a gentleman rat if you're confused by that tuned into the episode to learn more. The next episode comes to us from everything is alive and is called Lewis can of Cola. It's four minutes long. Here's the description. Lewis is a can of Generic Cola. Is Been on the shelf along while so he's had some time to think. The next episode comes to us from Supernatural Sexuality and is called not your fantasy. It's seventeen minutes long. Here's the description. Dr, seabrook receives a prank call that's more than it seems. Discusses Changing for your partners and talks to a death minitour. Thanks to the relay service. The next episode comes to us from Good Christian Fun and is called Second Service preview thirty minutes to heaven. It's fifty four minutes long. This is an in-between season's episodes. So tune in for some of the favorite moments from previous seasons by the F. Crew. The next episode and last episode of the week comes to us from never seen it and is called Shane Torres has never seen frozen. It's forty nine minutes long. Here's the description.

Hannah Kiefer Lewis Hannah John Wilkes F. Crew Liverpool Shane Torres Murder Seabrook Officer
The Adult Toys From Dodge

Talking Mopars

06:03 min | 1 year ago

The Adult Toys From Dodge

"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but

MO Van Something Mike Played Mo- Project Dodge Jesse Eisenberg Facebook Stacey John Leguizamo Stacy Kristen Stewart Phoebe WAN
Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

"Oh three steps can be taken right now to combat systemic racism within the nation's police department that's what U. S. senator Patty Murray as saying couples going take Murray made a seventeen minute speech to promote a bill written by her democratic Senate colleagues Kamilla Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey their legislation would among other things reform qualified immunity qualified immunity protects police officers from liability when they commit harm while performing their duties Murray says the bill also would limit when an officer can use deadly force and required deadly force to be used only as a last resort Murray says these changes are not only necessary but long overdue and there's absolutely no reason this body should be able to take up the straightforward vital steps and pass them immediately resistance to these steps those seems inevitable the Seattle police officers guild for example opposed to twenty eighteen ballot measure to require police de escalation training to avoid deadly

U. S. Senator Patty Murray California Cory Booker New Jersey Officer Senate Kamilla Harris Seattle Police Officers Guild
SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

SpaceX and NASA gear up, again, for historic launch

"Launch take to NASA and SpaceX hope mother nature will allow for a rocket to carry two astronauts into space this will be the first privately owned and operated human spacecraft to launch from the U. S. the weather is still iffy Air Force meteorologists predicting a fifty percent chance of acceptable weather at launch time after all it's Doug Hurley Hurley and and Bob Bob bacon bacon have have had had breakfast breakfast they'll they'll suit suit up up and and head head out out to to the the launch launch pad pad just just after after noon noon eastern eastern time time there there are are several several go go no no go go points points were were NASA NASA and and SpaceX SpaceX can can scrub scrub Wednesday they called it off just under seventeen minutes before launch

Nasa Doug Hurley Hurley Bob Bob Bacon
NASA's SpaceX launch scrubbed due to weather, next chance on Saturday

Mac and Gaydos

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

NASA's SpaceX launch scrubbed due to weather, next chance on Saturday

"The launch of a SpaceX rocket ship with two NASA astronauts on a history making flight into orbit called off today with less than seventeen minutes to go in the countdown because of the danger of lightning at liftoff has been reset for

Spacex Nasa
Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

"With less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down the historic launch of a manned space X. rocket ship has been called off at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida the falcon nine rocket and the dragon capsule ready president trump vice president Mike pence and members of the first family arrive to watch the liftoff but stormy skies postponed the launch of the SpaceX rocket ship we are not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long script NASA astronauts Robert bank in Douglas Hurley were set to travel to the international space station on a system built by it on musk's firm SpaceX the flight would have marked the first time a private company sent humans into orbit and the first time in nine years the United States launched astronauts from U. S. soil the next potential launch windows are on Saturday and Sunday I'm Jennifer king

Kennedy Space Center Florida Vice President Mike Pence Nasa Robert Bank Douglas Hurley Musk United States Jennifer King President Trump Spacex U. S.
Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

"With less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down the historic launch of a manned space X. rocket ship has been called off at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida the falcon nine rocket and the dragon capsule ready president trump vice president Mike pence and members of the first family arrive to watch the liftoff but stormy skies postponed the launch of the SpaceX rocket ship we are not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long script NASA astronauts Robert bank in Douglas Hurley were set to travel to the international space station on a system built by it on musk's firm SpaceX the flight would have marked the first time a private company sent humans into orbit and the first time in nine years the United States launched astronauts from U. S. soil the next potential launch windows are on Saturday and Sunday I'm Jennifer king

Kennedy Space Center Florida Vice President Mike Pence Nasa Robert Bank Douglas Hurley Musk United States Jennifer King President Trump Spacex U. S.
Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Bad weather postpones first launch of NASA astronauts from Florida in nine years

"With less than seventeen minutes to go in the count down the historic launch of a manned space X. rocket ship has been called off at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida the falcon nine rocket and the dragon capsule ready president trump vice president Mike pence and members of the first family arrive to watch the liftoff but stormy skies postponed the launch of the SpaceX rocket ship we are not going to lunch today your goal for five dot one zero zero long script NASA astronauts Robert bank in Douglas Hurley were set to travel to the international space station on a system built by it on musk's firm SpaceX the flight would have marked the first time a private company sent humans into orbit and the first time in nine years the United States launched astronauts from U. S. soil the next potential launch windows are on Saturday and Sunday I'm Jennifer king

Kennedy Space Center Florida Vice President Mike Pence Nasa Robert Bank Douglas Hurley Musk United States Jennifer King President Trump Spacex U. S.
'Fleabag' play to be streamed online for COVID-19 relief effort

The Guilty Feminist

02:39 min | 2 years ago

'Fleabag' play to be streamed online for COVID-19 relief effort

"I would love to rally the guilty feminists troops. Who if they cross over into fleabag fans might find a few that Dogra something in this for them flip on the TV show was originally a play? It was a woman show. It lost seventeen minutes. And it's just me being fleabag on a stool that two thousand thirteen stepper knows about because she was responsible for me watching the first ten minutes. I'm always very clear. Say when I'm asked in the press about it that I am one hundred percent you've written it any way you might find something slightly different but that was bursting to come out and I'm sure it would have come out but I'm also obviously delighted and thrilled to that. Came out of that that moment. And you know that there's always magic and midwifery in the theater is always always. There is magic midwifery. I love that. The longest show is the national fate. Live recording of fleabag. The West end production of it is now up and can be watched on Soho Theatre. Domon website or Amazon prime for a minimum donation of four pounds and everything we make be split between various charities the national emergency trust and just together charities and acting for others and finally there will be fleabag support fund for people in our industry who basically are struggling and need grants to help them get through this time seventy percent goes to the national emergency trust. Nhs together charities in thirty percent goes towards community through this other charities which is very important to us goes back started in the first place so if you liked a fleabag the television show. It's wonderful to see the evolution and also you don't just play back you transform yourself into the other characters and it's so beautiful so if everybody who listen to the guilty feminist who could afford four pounds more downloaded that today that would provide so many pieces of protective clothing. Four and it just off it will save lives. And if you can't afford to that's Okay. It's possible you've lost your job. You're one of the very people who works in a sector that needs this kind of grant you can help by just amplifying give it a follow. Give it a re tweet. Tell a friend tell somebody you know who loved fleabag. Hey did you know that you could do this and I really appreciate you doing that? Because that's a a valuable piece of intellectual property and a beautiful production and the fact that you're now putting it out there and making accessible also through the crisis when people are at home desperate fulfilling like there at the theatre again to be able to have that theatrical experience which is different than televised

Fleabag Soho Theatre Dogra NHS Amazon
Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

Feedback with EarBuds

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds

Brian Doyle Navarro Ravi Kant Grey Marie Antoinette Lindsey Kilbride Yoko Ono Kevin Allison Kinshasa Shane Parrish Knowledge Project Stephen Miller Yarmur Jonathan Santiago Taylor Zabloski Ceo And Co Mike Vanessa Sarah Founder
NikkieTutorials: Beauty YouTuber reveals she is transgender

The World

02:19 min | 2 years ago

NikkieTutorials: Beauty YouTuber reveals she is transgender

"Channel Nikki tutoriales has nearly thirteen million subscribers that's more than the number of Twitter followers Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have combined now the beauty guru is making headlines for a new reason it is time to let go and be truly free when I was younger I was born in the wrong body which means that I am transgender Deoghar came out as a transgender woman in a seventeen minute video yesterday the video is trending at number one on YouTube in the US it's also trending in the UAE and Saudi Arabia where LGBT Q. lives are criminalized over eighteen million people worldwide have watched so far younger says she decided to come out because someone was trying to blackmail her I've always wanted to share this side of my story with you but under my own circumstances and it looks like that chance has been taken away from me so today I am taking back my own power the younger is twenty five years old she told viewers that by age eight she wore only female clothing she started taking hormones at age fourteen and was fully transitioned by age nineteen other YouTubers in the beauty entrance communities are expressing their support Nikita Toros coming out as a transgender what men want yeah what you did today means the world to so many people you're changing lives it's just so so important for people to hear that it's not defining to who you are as a person Dutch politicians are also paying attention Ingrid von uncle so then the Dutch minister of education and culture and science said you are really free if you can be who you are role models are of great importance for emancipation Nikki tutoriales is of such a role model to younger took to Instagram today with words of gratitude the incredible amount of love and support and warmth means so much to me thank you and to those who can relate to her journey to younger says if you'll feel like you're trapped and there's No Way Out no and it gets better it gets better for the world I'm be

Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Deoghar Youtube United States UAE Saudi Arabia Nikita Toros Instagram Nikki Tutoriales Twitter Ingrid
Online spending on track to hit a new record this holiday season

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:08 min | 2 years ago

Online spending on track to hit a new record this holiday season

"Cyber Monday shopping is expected to break a sales record is millions of us shell out billions of dollars for holiday gifts and maybe for ourselves do but that's only part of the story maybe he's remember a spoke with come most bill o'neil Brian first the numbers is there a sense of just how much cash will be spending today on cyber Monday alone nearly nine and a half billion dollars and that's for cast I wanted everyone to keep in mind that every forecast that it's come out for this holiday spending season we well exceeded that so we could be talking ten billion dollars when the dust settles and all is said and done that's up eighteen point nine percent from last year on cyber Monday alone now just flashing back on thanksgiving we spent four point two billion dollars up fourteen percent so clearly some of us were shopping while we're waiting for the Turkey to finish up more during the halftime the football games on Black Friday eight seven point six billion dollars the largest ever black small Black Friday sale that was up nineteen percent more than half of those sales on Black Friday were actually done online so that's what sets up this cyber Monday to be one of the largest days of shopping that we have ever seen of course this is Monday in most of us are at work on a Monday that means a whole lot of wasted time on the clock doesn't it twenty eighteen the numbers show about seventeen minutes of our day was wasted on shopping online while on the job that number probably will go up but what's interesting about you when people are actually doing that by you may be looking or perusing online today but chances are you're going to be buying at night time by ten o'clock eastern time is when things really get hot and heavy and then that'll go till two in the morning that's when the the biggest spending tends to happen is people get home from work maybe get a little dinner put the kids to sleep and then that's when they do they're they're big cyber Monday shopping so we'll stop we see a big boost later today and you know Ryan where there's a lot of cash there a lot of scammers too yeah he got this kind of money flowing around the internet people are going to try to take advantage of that and what's the better business bureau has told me is you're going to see the links up on websites whether be your social media whether it be websites that you frequent and these links will do research they'll know what it is you've been searching for the scammers know this kind of stuff they'll put a price out there that may be on believable you click on it you say Hey I don't care where I get it from as long as I get this laptop for a dealer this TV for a dealer the shoes for a deal I'm gonna do it lo and behold you enter in your all your contact information your credit card number and after you do that the website is gone you may never get a receipt it could be a fraudulent website in that it doesn't exist it could be a website were the product you receive isn't exactly what she wanted so better business bureaus warn you of if you're ever on one of these websites are you're ever shopping and you don't know what this retailer is or how you got there I try to enter it on the back and try to do a search of it do a little research before you start throwing credit card numbers

Six Billion Dollars Ten Billion Dollars Two Billion Dollars Seventeen Minutes Fourteen Percent Nineteen Percent Billion Dollars Nine Percent
"seventeen minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Today hi this afternoon eighty five our top story a red alert we've been talking about the the wet roads we got a red alert to after a fatal crash of team traffic and towards his back after a week off and he it begins our team coverage yeah this a crush on the turnpike cellphone and state road fifty that did result in a fatality had a dump truck involved in this crash right now they've got three left lanes blocked with heavy delays all the way back to Handcock road it's gonna take it right now in our in forty minutes to get through those flood else you could take state road fifty as an alternate I'm AT towards news ninety six point five W. W. continually team covers reporter Terrel moody is out on the roads right now Terrel tell us what you're seeing well ray I actually just drove past the accident scene that dump truck versus a Hyundai sedan a looks like another car but I got caught up in it as well pretty significant delays on the turnpike south on I'm looking at those right now stretching just bumper to bumper all the way into Lake County so if your commute does involve this area probably gonna want to give yourself plenty of time maybe take an alternate route I know a lot of alternate routes here but you can't get on state road fifty I could probably take twenty seven south to the Clermont area as well but probably going to be a significant problem you're on the turnpike for some time as we make it through the morning reporting live all the turnpike I'm get all moody news ninety six point five W. D. B. out this is news ninety six point five Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic on channel nine I went to seize bitter all just Brian shield highs today in the mid eighties coming up we're tracking the higher chance of rain to kick off the work week my four westbound looking at a seventeen minute delay from Fairbanks to colonial drive at Torrance news ninety six point five W. good morning it's a thirty two year listing Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on is ninety six point five W. DDO every computer and I'm Marcia to.

Terrel moody sedan Lake County Orlando Fairbanks Joe Kelly Marcia W. W. reporter Hyundai Clermont W. D. Brian five W seventeen minute thirty two year forty minutes
"seventeen minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Alright we keep in zoos seventeen minutes west from ninety four downtown disease is gonna take about ten that is a three minute backed up all the eastbound side about nine minutes now from the scene in a downtown the traffic and weather together on the tents and at a loss at WTMJ palette of you I got compensated traffic. tonight clear and cool good sleeping weather low forty eight degrees tomorrow sunny highs seventy three Friday a chance for showers back in the forecast a high of seventy five mostly clear skies and sixty degrees at three thirty one. CBS news update. hurricane nori and continuing to churn up the planet coast as it moves slowly toward the Carolinas maximum sustained winds valid one hundred five miles per hour or so of the South Carolina Lowcountry there's been very little traffic here on interstate ninety five electronic signs are flashing the message that there is a mandatory evacuation order rain is falling heavy at times from bands swirly get off the ocean at other times there are peaks of sun through the heavy overcast FEMA is gearing up for whatever happens acting administrator Peter gainer right now about ten thousand federal and National Guard troops activated in four states of forty thousand line work is ready to collect restoration twelve hundred fifty tractor trailer loads of food and water from FEMA are up position the U. S. also offering aid to the hard hit Bahamas CBS news update I'm Jim ashamed of it WTMJ news time three thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking.

FEMA CBS South Carolina Lowcountry Jim ashamed Peter gainer acting administrator National Guard W. T. M. J. forty eight degrees seventeen minutes sixty degrees nine minutes three minute
"seventeen minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:17 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yes the Eddie says the Mavericks are outstanding line granted I was literally front row the lead singer is like a Cuban Roy Orbison it is seven await area code says in the theater David Bowie I'm McCormick place Elton John Chicago theater there who alpine valley Joan Jett Chicago fest navy pier yeah Chicago fest at navy pier they had a they had some there's some in a in a pretty credit incredible show Chicago fed from people who don't know if you if you weren't around at that time navy pier used to be abandoned there's nothing there was nothing it was an old pier that nobody visited you know homeless people hung out there there was really nothing there and then of course now it's turned into the tourist spectacle that it is but it was the at one point you know like in the seventies there was nothing nothing there and so came up with this idea of Chicago fast where she was going to take this realistic that wasn't being used right on the lake there navy pier clean it up a little bit for a bunch of food tents in there and have concerts on different stages and so was called Chicago fest that morphed into taste of Chicago and they moved from there to grant park but it eventually it originally became Chicago fast and I saw a bunch of live acts over Chicago fest it was their throws a Chicago office with their from seventy seven maybe seventy maybe the first Chicago fest was seventy six or seventy seven and it was at navy pier until I wanna see eighty two or eighty eighty two or eighty three and then they moved it they called it taste of Chicago and moved the Grant Park but those early days in the late seventies Chicago fest had some some pretty classic and ridiculous bands the guy SO journey there and Rick derringer open for them and this was before escape came out this was like you know and Rick derringer member Rick derringer came out and Rick derringer you know played with Edgar winter Edgard winter group we do you know had a pretty successful solo career but the only big heavy ever had was rock and roll hoochie co well what about the the hoax theme you know I am love real love yeah that's right Rick derringer is in that yeah I thought for a second you were talking about the TV show the whole could be and now yeah but the only hit like rock and roll he ever had was was rock and roll hoochie Koo me and on now I'm blanking on where where that's play no it's wrong which he was played it sorry dating for years I was gonna dating fears of played in the emporium with this with this a series of set ups of the guys shooting pool before I believe that's before he's asked to go across the street before meat she is asked to go across street get some beers so anyway but I remember ray he came out and he and he had no I mean there was no Lee he didn't have like a huge set was because he was Rick derringer so we did like a seventeen minute version of rock and roll hoochie Koo what we know and we were all like me what your spring journey out here and shut up and so it one point a dude came out you know like he's playing a guitar solo they're just playing guitar so it wasn't a very good guitar solo was fine but we you know it wasn't like all my god I've never seen anybody shred like this in my life so explain this serviceable guitar solo at best and a guy a stage hand comes out with a big tall and starts waving him with the towel as though you need to cool him off because he's sweating and working his **** off so hard with this incredible incredible guitar solo and I remember going man shot up he was out there waving like use James Brown like somebody to come up with a towel on it you don't put a robe on him the most ridiculous I remember specifically as one of the most ridiculous things I've ever seen Rick derringer doing I'm not a very good guitar solo during a seventeen minute version rock and roll hoochie Koo and a stage hand coming up to cool them off with a towel the stupidest things I've ever seen all right now we got more tax coming it is another one of Pearl Jam Wrigley Field two thousand thirteen ninety degree heat a two hour rain delay but it was worth it to see better on rock the accordion and appearance appearance by Ernie banks but even just put it this way when it first every see Pearl Jam is a good show yep I've never seen a band Pearl Jam show I've often seen incredible Pearl Jam shows and let me just put it this way if you see him at Wrigley Field it's great that's all there is to it I was not I did not see them it at that show we're on that tour but I've seen him at Wrigley three times and the three times I saw them at Wrigley they were amazing I seem at Soldier Field I've seen him it I've seen Pearl Jam a lot and they are they are one of the best live bands ever one of the greatest live bands ever and like you know some of the other bands that have this reputation being like kind of a jam band you get a different set every night like well that's one reason why I loved it so much you go three nights in a row it's three completely different sets they're all three hours long exactly exactly right here's us Stephen WGA Steve yes it all right what's up well in all this time I was going to have something about woods back but I get I think I drop that and go to that concert all right but it was really a concert it was the would deny Optus double in what do you know I in seventy one okay Jenny Woodard chambers brothers I I don't remember the other pants but I just I just remember being there for three days of a friend of mine drove down to Chicago and we got we were to start to get tickets for it and I ended up driving out there with one of the promoters and I was gonna work putting up defense and all that stuff like that then the bard it did that for one half of the day and that was enough for that work yeah and and met up with a bunch of my friends and just enjoy the show got back to Chicago within the next month January played at that the lights were burned out so used to be we circled the rag and cause a was burned out the there well you know I don't know if you know this to be you know the Eric on getting a new name hello yeah it was it's who who bought it byline bank by it'll be now called the by line bank Aragon ballroom they've actually got a corporate name now the air got it's it's it's I just can't believe that I mean it's the that's the that's the bridegroom man the yeah it was well I agree with this when I went there it was before they put all the nail down seats in there yeah use set up used to set up in a little patio on the right side yeah and the January played there was so little security that myself with a bunch of friends we end up behind the band up on the stage watching him play yeah yeah those were the days man while it will take awhile there'd be somebody just a little bit over the top and they declined across the side roads on there on the side going across the roof up there yeah but but but the the festival was yeah during that time frame there was with dean in Iowa we at tikkun three day course data Kickapoo right Stevens point up in northern Wisconsin and it seals point so there was a young guy there and he managed to dealers brothers Air Force B. first claim any if this plane went down or something went down it was an emergency deeper but all of a sudden there's a bunch of planes that fly over the spot Bestival because this guy tripped off the beeper it's a great story yeah the different time different times yeah there was some and those were those were hard to call the concert yeah yes wrestles muscles after what's that yeah and that was that was the first few years I what I got out of high school and it was just me and the million buddies that runs about fifty years later yeah all right I got around Steve all right thanks buddy take care here's John on WGN I John how are you all right did a bunch of bananas so were advertised for the Woodstock concert medalist on the poster and they didn't show up the moody blues were scheduled yeah there were a lot of things that were scheduled but the weather was terrible and they just they do you know the I mean they if there was a there was a deluge of rain fall for a good period of time and that's when the demand for like we're not gonna play in this the image a legendarily the the the Grateful might agree from like the Grateful Dead they got they got shot they were they there their equipment was shocking them that was the same thing with Jefferson Jefferson Airplane a lot so yeah got up there because the stage got soaked in their equipment was the you know nineteen sixty nine equipment and they were getting shot at a lot of bands were like screw this we're not showing up yeah spot on the chest that group was scheduled to play yeah yeah does not matter it was scheduled to play in fact okay for the story and they stepped out of the store with seven they didn't want to fly into the listing interest yeah that's exactly one of the reasons why but yeah you're you're you're right John if people were to look at what the line up was supposed to be ask as as incredible as the line up was there were still a thon of acts that didn't show up because of the weather or were no shows because of it John thanks for the call three one two nine eight one seven two hundred a Christian crosses I wish I had that DeLorean about you to works to in my opinion one of the best concerts ever is nirvana at the reading festival in ninety two back when there was a rumor that Kurt overdosed at the festival so we came out in a wheelchair in a hospital gown with Chris pushing him and then they played an amazing set yeah that's a that's sort of alleged events in this article that's in this Rolling Stone article is the best concert in nineteen ninety two that's one of my favorite live albums of all time yeah I just I love it nineteen seventy six at the Aragon ballroom Johnny winter which we were just talking about with with one of our listeners he played rock songs with an American Indian cat they rock like hell seven seven three are because a saver concert was Stevie Wonder songs in the key of life two or three at the United center all that was just recently this was one of the last concert of the tour Stevie was all the singers in the band members were great had a great time it lasted three hours with the backup band was great all right man tons of people are calling in and we got text flying in and we've got this Rolling Stone article that we're talking about the best fifty concerts at last fifty years phone lines are open three one two nine eight one seven two one everybody hang on we'll get your text in your calls and we'll get to the Rolling Stone list one of the best concerts ever what was the best live band best concert you've ever seen or if you've got some goofy concert stories or concerts that thought you thought were terrible we'll take those two three one two nine eight one seven two hundred make Sundays your official like to tour the city watch Chicago's best at ten PM and stick around for the latest and shopping entertainment and events on C. Chicago ten thirty PM on WGN TV.

Eddie Mavericks Roy Orbison David Bowie Chicago navy pier Joan Jett seventeen minute fifty years three hours two thousand thirteen ninety d three days three day two hour
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:17 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At seventeen minutes yeah we check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak a shed for a second session in a row the PPO C. has set the one fix pasta seven to the dollar they've said it at seven four zero one three six against the dollar this is estimates at seven four zero one five eight also getting a lot of hot heads on the Bloomberg terminal including from my interview with the Philippine central bank governor saying that they see another twenty five basis point rate cut and a hundred basis points triple a cut in twenty nineteen be governor Benjamin deal no telling updating glass on Bloomberg television that they say that another rate cut of twenty five basis points as early as September saying that fund flow and online casino has also quote the S. P. attention the bank of Japan meanwhile has cut its three to five year bond purchases for the first time since July the third raising the buying of one to three year bonds in cutting that if the ten to twenty five you did we also had a Japanese second quarter GDP coming in better than expected up one point eight percent on an annualized basis versus get out estimates of how for the same day and second quarter GDP quarter on quarter was up point four of one percent this is estimates of point one percent yeah same pretty broad based gains coming through in the market said open south Korea's cost be up by nine tenths of one percent the Nikkei firm by six tenths of one percent pretty flat though on the and six fifty and in Australia Malaysia's market is a little weak and Singapore closed today for a public holiday the Japanese yen is out by a tenth of one percent at one of five spot nine seven and just checking the off shore you want after we saw the P. B. O. C. set that fix it seven four zero one three six against the dollar the show is a little weak at seven four zero eight one let's get out of it to you San Francisco now and global use with it all right thank you Julie at the house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say the president has promised to look at gun legislation and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will take a look after the August break background check at least he says president trump has named Joseph McGuire to be acting intelligence director India's prime minister says the cashmere takeover will free the territory of terrorism right now unprecedented security lock down near total communications blackout concern about possible food and water shortages now just going through the the Bloomberg terminal and there's just just a tad bit here times from India and just in the headline the forty minute speech that the the prime minister PM made he mentioned Pakistan just once in that speech are you in a step back and said to resolve it according to you and resolutions the U. S. state department spokesman calls trying to focus regime for leaking private diplomats private information Hong Kong protesters say they will concentrate protests on the airport this weekend it is drawn a warning from police said only peaceful demonstrations will be tolerated there global is twenty four hours a day on Erin a tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is Bloomberg dot all right let's get back to our conversation with wing towel chief Asia and China condoms did UBS investment bank of how we just heard that the the PPO see said a week a reference rate for the one against the dollar I'm I'm curious about the degree to which the path may go much weaker and the extent to which that could become problematic for job for Chinese authorities I mean I understand that they're trying to thread a needle here but how much weaker can the one get against the greenback without creating a knock on effect that is negative for for greater China yeah I think that is the as with difficult question to answer I think the authorities are trying to find a balance to you know you all one side and now the market pressure to be released to some extent and at that on the other hand they also want to keep relative stability and I think it's definitely not their intention to try to weaken the currency in any significant way so eight I think they basically have to look at market reactions and look at the other cross rates to find out the balance and their daily fixing over a few days or even a few weeks are very good signals for market participants where they want the the courage to be and that itself is a potentially a stabilizer so I I wouldn't be surprised if they actually pull back that basically allow the currency to appreciate at some point if there are other you know especially if the other cross rates start to move and then that will send a clear signal to the market they want add leaded depreciate too much is it something we can kind of move on from now though that they have let that go three seven yesterday for the first time since two thousand and eight and now we can just sort of look more at fundamentals rather than being so I fixated on this fix which really does seem to be taking tried as attention every day that's right I I think that it's actually a good move that they break seven when not many people expected to to hit them to do so at that moment and we can move on so the market is is searching for you know that another psychological pointed could be seven point one the next time they break seven point one I think there will be some reaction but then they always start to realize okay the C. M. Y. may be getting similar to other currencies are in other currencies move around all the time yes so at the aids is healthy I think so that that the positions on the exchange rate market will not be so one side everything that we're seeing in terms of the global rate environment suggests that we may be entering a deflationary or disinflationary period and certainly that's one big problem for central bankers the everything that they've been trying to engender here in terms of a higher rate of inflation has failed we get inflation data for China short while from now is it likely we're going to see that kind of impetus for for things to move in a deflationary or a disinflationary trend in China I think the there are two inflation numbers and they're moving at the moment in the opposite direction so this the CPI the consumer price inflation is likely to coming higher at about two point nine percent or even getting close to three past three some points this year and that is mainly driven by higher import prices and and food prices and at the same time though that DC inflationary deflationary pressure is very much present and that's reflected in the producer prices the PP I and we think that PP I in July will coming at said negative zero point one percent is so just entering that contraction territory and that is because of demand is getting weaker commodity prices is weaker so the underlying manufacturing goods prices face downward pressure yeah all right one thanks so much for joining us once how as chief Asia and China economist UBS investment bank.

Bloomberg one percent seventeen minutes twenty four hours fifteen minutes eight percent forty minute nine percent three year five year
"seventeen minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All about him what senator kamla harris says about president trump's iran policy it's our monday morning wrap up the sunday morning talk shows and less than five minutes let's get onto the roadways right now with brian noble's and see how our monday morning commute is shaping up not too bad very slow all the way around but it's as we're apt to see this time of day eighty from roseville now seventeen minutes to the cap cities but earlier accident at madison is gone we have another one at antelope road it was briefly blocking elaine c._h._p. indicates everything is over on the shoulder now passes westbound on the cap city freeway it's another fifteen minutes to downtown it's seventeen minutes to make it in from elk grove on i five slowing down is easing stretching out a lot more as you make your way into downtown sacramento on ninety nine it's a twenty two minute drive in the heaviest traffic now is mac to forty seven fifty westbound from folsom as a twenty four minute drive in you don't really slow down till you get past bradshaw from woodland on i five you don't really slow down to your i eighty twenty three minutes to downtown much slower on the northbound side from renew boulevard to a little bit past highway ninety nine no delays coming in from davis eastbound i eighty all the way across the causeway the slowing he's on the westbound side from the bright ben bridge to a little bit pass west capital fifty westbound backing up a little bit just as you approach the causeway if you spot something on the road in front of you wanna pass it along call the k._f._c. k. traffic tip line down to fifty and eight traffic traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons ryan nobles news ninety three point one k._f._c. k. temperatures will start trending down today we hit a high of ninety nine yesterday in downtown sacramento today about ninety five degrees still.

kamla harris trump roseville madison elaine c._h._p. elk grove folsom davis ben bridge sacramento senator president iran brian noble ryan nobles seventeen minutes eighty twenty three minutes ninety five degrees twenty four minute twenty two minute
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Guarantee. Draymond green in surgery. Baca have a hold me back moment. Those letters are so small, assume that that's what that says. I agree with you. They will have a Hobie back moment. Not because they're not both tough guys. It's the fact that that's the role that each of their TS need them. The play surname arm. One another. They both get under the other teams skin that happens next I need some glass prediction. Yeah. It could be that fun, next. Prediction. Paul Pierce, forgets his passport. I can't put that on him. Let me tell you what. Yo yo you know that could happen it could happen. But I gotta tell you something else off wax. What's up Jalen, and Molly were doing a lot of scrambling his last. We told our house up trying to find a passport to the point at two oh, one yesterday to go to the place mill try to figure out ways to get emergency passports for real. I have a passport car. I was checking flights to fly to Detroit. So I could drive to Toronto because you can't use it via air. Next. That's hilarious. I'm not allowed to keep my passport in my house, mixed Markelle soul place, less than seventeen minutes. That is a pretty accurate prediction. Thank you. I like that set. The war is going to start Andrew bogut. Oh, yes. And then they'll start w the first eight minutes a game next. Quiet Leonard dose on mongering. Oh, he don't, don't go never hawk guarantees. Always gonna move on. Body series. Everyone wonders for Drake is the beginning of the game. Green plays defense rakes not in his seat. The very beginning of the game. No one knows where he is his boy. You know, he's got two seats texting furiously. No one knows where he is. And then right before tip off. The mascot comes out in the middle of the court takes the dinosaur head off, and it's Drake. That'd be a great idea. Too crowded go crazy. If you're listening, Toronto, Raptors entertainment, people, that's a great idea. Finally pours. Pours me about two. You're wrong, what Toronto Raptors who struggled in game once in the history of their playoffs, as a franchise play really will versus the warriors without Kevin Durant, a team that's on nine days, rest or not picking the raptors. I'm not only not only picking the raptors to win game one I'm picking them to win this series only my God. Are you serious? What? Oh, that is the dumbest thing you've ever said on this program. Jalen? Surprised we still own after yesterday? I gotta talk to you about that. We went to too hot for TV, but there's a story that I saw today was going to have to discuss. And you know what that story is to offer to you? Who fear in ESPN executive, and you're listening to this program, please. No. Just just turn it down. Turn it off. Listen to something else. There's some great new music out. Mattia job down the street and. You're driving down the street and you see a naked man is lying down on top for car with his face in a tower lying down on the stomach. Ron Goldman's Peng over the first thing you would think what else could possibly happen homeless. Maybe maybe you know what I mean, tot out, maybe tanning. Well the reason he was in his position. Does he cheated on his wife, so she intern made him? Lie down face down on top of a vehicle. Jalen? She messed up non splaying why I what is your initial response? My initial response is. I understand that she wanted to discipline him for cheating. That's not something that we encourage because you know how much we love power couples on this program. Yes. Anybody that follows our movement? I think that's one of our favorite things to acknowledge. But laying on a car, Nick, it probably gives other women a chance. Spilt too. I saw the pictures. Now, all of a sudden is a fifty fifty proposition with somebody walking Bali..

Raptors Jalen Toronto Drake Paul Pierce Baca Andrew bogut Detroit Ron Goldman ESPN Markelle Kevin Durant Leonard Bali Nick intern Molly executive seventeen minutes eight minutes
"seventeen minute" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Seventeen minutes past the hour. It's a DJ show. Doug, Jenin, Victoria, Dougie is an Ireland this week. The ladies are in charge. And you know, we all have our own specialties. We all we all have our own areas of expertise and Keira. Schilling is now in the hot seat, her area of expertise is Harry Potter books. She. She is a stud at Harry Potter trivia. I've heard which is like a thing as Harry Potter fans are older they can go to bars now, and how to give this story to you care because I thought it was a good one Catholic priest in Poland this week decided that they would start burning some books that they said are sacrilegious. They bird Potter's top of the list hairy. Harry potter. Yeah. This is no surprise one of my brother-in-law's in my best friends growing up went to a Baptist school in one of the one of the major things they were not supposed to read or do was Harry Potter anything. Harry Potter related. Of course, no one has the school wide. I I have no idea. I don't know witchcraft wizardry. They're not a fan of that. They say that we obey the word that was a Facebook post showing photographs of the public book burning so archaic, I love it. And quoting biblical passages from the book of Deuteronomy and the Old Testament one passage extorting believers to destroy the enemies of God includes the command to burn their idols in the fire. So Harry Potter. I guess is one of those idols and got the burn treatment. I thought maybe you might cry because he's for this was like your favorite thing. Growing up. Wasn't it? Yeah. No. I mean. Yeah. I was a lot of fun. I loved reading them. I started reading them probably an elementary school, and then read them up through high school or whenever the last one came out and my sisters read them to and so we'd have to buy like three of each version. So that we can read them at the same time because none of us wanted to wait. So yeah, it was a lot of fun. And I think the whole thing is kind of silly. Because I mean, really, it's it's one of those things where it's like, the church, your parents tell you absolutely can't do something and everyone else around you is doing it. And so what's the likelihood that kids are still going to read Harry Potter probably pretty high, even though it's being burned. So I don't know the whole thing is kind of silly to me they also burn book from the twilight vampire themed fantasy romance series and to Hello kitty umbrella. Oh my gosh. Why Hello kitty umbrella. I don't know that was that's more my child to the thing that makes me sad about this story is that CARA. Read these books as the little girl, and Harry Potter came out during my adult life. So. Hanmi the window and a scarf. It's that stands the for Doug DJ gen show at twenty Victoria, one minutes past the Jennifer hour. horn, Victoria, Keelan and cares. Schilling are here. The ladies taking over today because Doug is traveling The through local airland news station. this week, News you'll be checking talk in five with us ninety from K time U to G time, N, and thanks certainly for asking. will be relying.

Harry potter Dougie Doug Schilling Victoria Baptist school Facebook Keira Poland Jenin Ireland Keelan Seventeen minutes one minutes
"seventeen minute" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It's Sunday March thirty first and you're listening to around the triangle of public affairs program of iheart meteorologist Kyle Wilson. Glad to have you with us today. Five proclamation of the city council. April is Raleigh history month. The city of Raleigh museum has a number of functions. Going on director Ernest dollar is here. We'll chat with him in just a minute. Also today, we're going to talk about the expansion of a program by the us. Army reserve they're going to make Raleigh into a hub for the new seventy fifth innovation command. What are they doing? What does that mean? We'll find out in about seventeen minutes. The city of Raleigh museums celebrates April as Raleigh history month. They're having a month long program of special walking tours and events to celebrate raleigh's, cultural heritage and encourage the public to explore the city's numerous historic sites now with a preview of some of these events and tours I'm joined again in studio today by Ernest dollar Ernest as the historian and director of the city of Raleigh museum, Ernie. Thanks for problem by today. Oh, always a pleasure. How are things at the museum? We're hopping and pop, and it is a busy busy month. We're getting ready to enter in the museum again, we're having the city council. Declare raleigh. April is Raleigh history months or very excited to put out incredibly new slate of new programs for the public, and you can't see this. But I have the benefit of being able to see Ernie has a very old timey mustache go in here. So you really going to look the part for our history month the sacrifices I make for the museum in history in this town. So now, what's the official reason for the the mustache April history month, and I personally do a lot of civil war programming for the month. So to really, you know to get into the character and to really make history come alive you have to look like history. It looks good. You've got the thing. I I did that several years ago myself, do you get the the the wax? Have you tried that? I do it's it's not being used to growing one of these things it is untameable, but I'm trying to see how big actually get his phone when you get a little bit of wax in there. And just kind of roll it on the NGOs, and you can make it curl up. It's fun stuff. Well, before we get to the new stuff and all the things happening for Raleigh history month in April. Why don't we talk about some of the? That you have on display right now. And again, the city of Raleigh museum. Tell us again where you're located. Sure, we are downtown Raleigh historic. Briggs hardware, building located at two twenty fable street. It's one less beautify conic buildings in downtown Raleigh. So come visit very easy to check out. You can do like usually do just parked there around the old capitol building. And then just walk right down favillas street very easy to find. What do you have are we in danger of seeing any exhibits? Go away anytime soon. Well, you know referral history month. We're getting ready to open a new one next Friday, and this is an incredibly special exhibit for us. We're working with more square magnet elementary school a middle school middle school, and it's an exhibit that we've been working with them called our family's treasures where we've asked the children to look through their own family histories into their own lives and to pick an object or a story or something meaningful from their families passed to put it on display. How done it's it's a very moving to see what these kids have got the gone through their grandmothers addicts and pulled out these things that you know. A lot of these kids are recent arrivals. So there are objects. They target back to their families recent immigration, and then there's some that are immigrants for two hundred years ago. And so it's just really amazing to see what these kids chose as far as objects or stories or recipes really symbolize their families of life here in Raleigh. How many kids were involved in the program guy, we've got about? So if you magin the exhibits going to be about one hundred and twenty Instagram post of the object and the stories behind it. So people can just kind of go through and and explore these stories on their own. So it can be all over this walls and tape the entire front gallery of the museum is a historian. Did you come across anything in these histories that was surprising to you? I mean, some of these kids are like, oh, my some great inventions came out of these kids families. I'm like, wow, I didn't even know that or, you know, great war stories from their their their past. So we were very surprised in oftentimes moved. What the kids brought in precedes. I don't want to spoil too much, but it's truly an exploration onto the fabric in society of Raleigh. And how we all sort of mixed together in the stories bring to the table. Well, it's like the idea. Everybody has a story. And so this is kind of a neat way to put the history side of the stories on split. When does that open next Friday prefers Friday. Okay. We'll check that out. And again that that particular exhibit is called the our families treasure exhibit. Yeah. Very cool. More square magnet middle school getting involved there. Now as you said your location right there on Fayetteville street. You'll Briggs hardware building. If you want to check out the the exhibits you can do that there. But you're also doing a number of walking tours and those begin next weekend. But before that there is an event Tuesday night there at the old, Briggs hardware building. Tell me a little bit about this history after hours that's sort of a new program that we're rolling out. And that's the day that I actually kicks off a history month for us. And this is sort of, you know, as director of the museum, I do a lot of research to get programs for exhibits and stuff. And so I just wanted to put together a program that share some of the incredibly strange and weird history, we've found so it's a little after hours calm and just relax, and here's some incredibly weird and funny stories about Raleigh that we've managed to find over the years. Well from your your press release images of the Vatican here. There's there's word of a wall that was built around Raleigh. That's you know, we don't think Raleigh being a walled city. One time. We had an huge enclosure that went around the city. Wow. All the way around. Indeed, incredible. But the city was obviously much smaller not talking like beltline size wall. That's true. You could be the shadows the early beltline footprint. Oh, wow. That's that's bigger than I was expecting. Then a what about Raleigh red light district? That's what I was doing yesterday. So I tried just to figure out, you know, raleigh's got such a it's such a business town. Education town government town. But with that comes the more of these sordid stories of raleigh's pass that we really don't get to see put in history's books. So this is again, it's just weird random stuff we've found over the years. But yeah, we've got a red light district. Interesting. Also, you said that's gonna you're gonna highlight some true crime stories, and those are Osos fairly popular anything that you can share. I don't want to give away at all. But, you know, last October we did incredibly successful program called dark rally, which is where we just went out and give a sort of a walking tour about some of these. You know, very notorious murders or crimes that took place in the city. And so I'm going to bring back some of my favorite ones from that tour and talk about them because they are is part of the human side of history. That doesn't always really make it into the history books sometimes history after hours happening Tuesday night at seven o'clock there at the city of Raleigh museum. Now, you have walking tours as well that the the history after hours that's taking place at the museum. You're walking tours though, Vache kickoff next Saturday, your first one is called between heaven and hell Raleigh and the end of the civil war. I want you tell me a little bit about how the walking tours. How are they gonna work? So basically they launch out of the museum. We'll we'll go exploring. We've got a number of new walking tours the similar walk into again is one. I usually lead every April this year. We've got two additional ones attitude arsenal. We've got one called oak city architecture, which is sort of exploring the the building the built environment. The unique structures that are still standing downtown Raleigh. And then on the twentieth is are African American heritage walking tour, which really explores a lot of the African American history of Raleigh, especially the green books, which is sort of a new a very important topic. That's popped up with the movie and a lot of historians really exploring this. So it's a it's a chance to pull back the curtain on some history that really doesn't get its time in the spotlight. Okay. We're gonna talk more about those in detail with these tours. What's the cost? I think the tourists are just five dollars. Okay. And then we'll again, we'll meet at the at the city of Raleigh museum the walking tour. That's coming up on Saturday between heaven and hell Raleigh in the end of the civil war. When does that tour began, I think, it's ten o'clock, ten o'clock. Okay. And this one we're going to go back to eighteen sixty five in an effort to burn Raleigh. It is a it's it's an amazing chapter in American history, the civil war, and it is across headlines today. But you know, we don't really talk about raleigh's role in this incredibly difficult chapter in our history and Raleigh really teetered on the brink of being utterly destroyed in the last waning days. And so it's incredibly dramatic story and one that sort of resonates with us today about close was the city come into being destroyed. It was pretty close on two different occasions. So I really try to highlight that in my walking tours to sort of say, wow, we literally almost dodged a bullet that these last months of the war, but must have been an interesting time. He had the the union soldiers confederate soldiers freed slaves. What was the city like it was a very dramatic. I mean, very emotional and one of the things that you'll see. Aw, his asked this great war ends people really worried. What would come next what would be discreet revolution? What would be the America? What we look like next and certainly emotions were very high. And that's what really brings us to the brink of destruction. You've got confederates worried about defeat union army happy about victory, but sadder Lincoln's assassination and former enslaved people just happy to be liberated after two and a half century. Where was the nearest fighting fable street? Really? Okay. I'm familiar with some of the battlefields around. I I love going down to Bentonville. But I didn't realize that there was actual fighting on fair. That's it right in front of the museum. And that's why you know, having this walkie tour to to come out of the museum and walk right into this chapter this history this moment on April thirteenth of eighteen. Sixty five is great to have it right in front of the museum. What kind of photographs? Do we have do have anything any record of that? We have not so many photographs but strangely over the years. We. We found newspapers when they would send out artists we have some sketches of these very last days of the war in Raleigh. And so we really have a very small. Iconography and images of what's going on in Raleigh. And they're very special because we have so few of them why I had no idea that the fighting was actually going on here. Let's skip to Saturday April thirteenth and one of the other walking tours. You you mentioned the oak city architecture tour, you're throwing out some architectural secrets here anything that we could look for when we're driving or walking around Raleigh. You know, one of the things that if you work or visit downtown Raleigh a lot of the city's secrets are hidden in plain sight, unless you really look up from your smartphone is you're walking around and look at the architecture. And it helps us decode what people were thinking when these buildings were built..

Raleigh Raleigh museum society of Raleigh Briggs hardware director Ernie Kyle Wilson Ernest dollar Ernest dollar Ernest Army Bentonville middle school middle school middle school official union army America union soldiers Aw
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"Message coming up, right? And we were on the second story. And you send me these messages all the time when you're here at nine eleven or twelve lock up coming up. So I am pumped. I'm thinking about sending. A news some shit because you're fucking seventeen minutes. Earlier would be time. I'd be like this is a great start. We're turning over new leaf seventeen minutes early. I'm like what the fuck got into him. Maybe he took this fall. And felt like I got to reevaluate everything. Right. So I'm like coming up. I literally wasn't even here yet. I just drop my kids off at school. I just park my car at the little thing. Teddy was like what the fuck is that? And I was like Brian says he's coming up he's beating. And so I wrote you back and said, I'm just pulling up like I'll be made to pay the meteorology things to come upstairs, and I opened the door, and I'm a Ted. Here's bread. You're not they're not they're interesting fine. Maybe you were paying your own meter because sometimes you have to park around the corner shore, right because it was only like a two minute difference between when you sent it to when you did maybe you would I thought maybe you went to go get her coffee today. Like, you know, my order at this point. You didn't come up with the coffee, right? Maybe you're going to treat. Maybe we're talking to someone who fucking owes. You talked to everybody. Right. It could be anything didn't see me the. I waited a few minutes. And then we were like. So it's engine message. And I said are you lost? Right. And then I said have you been taken capital tap, take capital taken. No response. I did a rare thing and young people. My no function is on their device the phone you, can you can call. So I called just can't bring. So this is where because I'm a father, and because I've been worried about this for how many years have you had your motorcycle four for years. I was like oh today's the day teddy we have to go find his body in the street. I got but I say no no about, but here's the thing. But then I was there is a part of me. And it was receding was confused because you've written coming up. Right. And so I was like maybe literally like this is how far goes my measure nation like he sent coming up. And then like stepping off his motorcycle some insights part someone's right there. So we looked all teddy. I came down. I said teddy you're from the streets. Like, you got a fucking sources out use your fucking arrest. Got teddy goes, he's dead. I was like no we can't go straight to head. He's dead. And Teddy's I'm from the streets of LA. What happens it's black or white? You're live your dead out here. And I was like Jesus Christ. We still we gotta deal with that shit. Anyways. Looking you nowhere to be found?.

Teddy Brian LA seventeen minutes two minute
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Singapore seventeen minutes past the we check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia will expecting a bit of a mixed. Stop Japanese equities actually powering the index along they've opened higher by around eight tenths of one percent in early trade at twenty one thousand four hundred sixty two points on the Nikkei. We did say US equities struggle a little bit fit traction. This is after we heard from three people familiar that that Mason between President Trump and president she to sign an agreement today and trade to end their trade will occur this month. And he's more likely to happen in April. At the earliest still though the yen heading for a weekly lost. As we see. The Bank of Japan decision in focus, and that is powering the Nikkei higher he's ill in stocks. Also fem up by about two tenths of one percent at nine thousand four hundred forty eight points, Australia lagged in terms of other currency moves to Kaley has actually paid its advance. An Asian based ethics traded telling Bloomberg this is due to a number of strike options. Selling the spotless saying the Kiwi? At sixty eight foot two five we'll say closely watching the British pound, of course in the wake of all the brakes at latest. It's fairly steady against the Dollah at one sport three to four six oil was honing at a four month high as I signal that commitment to cuts we asking WTI critic currently down by about a tenth of one percent and gold spot is holding on fairly flat at twelve hundred and ninety five dollars an ounce. That is a check of markets. Let's get it over to Ed Baxter. Now, four Lebanese in San Francisco at all, right? Juliette? Thank you US, South Korea defense chiefs to meet later this month Yonhap reporting this after a working group today talking about defense and sanctions Republican led US senators hand of the president of staying review kind of emergency declaration. He says he will veto it. UK Prime Minister Theresa may has gotten a win on her attempt to delay. The Brexit date of necessary until the end of June. The leadership is indicated may well agree to that extension. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave. Playing down the possibility of. A saying on as leader of the LDP Boeing seven thirty-seven max family may remain grounded in the US at least through April, it appears it will not fly until software updates have been made Bloomberg running a story that average airfares. And India have soared more than sixty five percent were those groundings and T P G says it is fired Bill mcglaughlin are mcglashan after he was charged this week in a wide ranging college admissions scandal, the company also allowing investors that says to withdraw their commitments global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Douglas, sir. All right back to our Frazier. Howie conversation. Frazier is co author of red capitalism and the book privatizing China Fraser, you were talking earlier about the fact that authorities in China, essentially have more bullets in the gun if I can use that metaphor, I'm gonna mixed. My metaphors now and say that in the year of the pig could the chickens come home to roost, if there is some kind of policy miss step along the way here. To some extent. And actually, I just read an article yesterday on Bloomberg which cited some analysts talking about some changes to local government financing vehicles in their debt raising plans and very simply said, you know, it's it's too late. They need to act now and a few years back. If you remember the growth of data and stuff the biggest problems avoided because the issue two three and four year and five year bonds well now three and four years in five years of come to maturity, and so they're having to basically struggle again with another policy to kick things during the campaign. I think in terms of fully coming home to roost, those you're somehow thinking there's going to be a financial collapse in China. I think you're going to be disappointed. That's just no happening. The government has shows, you know, China not Venezuela and China is able to pay stance. It's able to to respond that's able to do funny Carrington safe practices, and there's a lot of money flowing into China actually into the government bond markets this year. And so from that perspective, I am even with policy missteps that will have an impact on growth, but I wouldn't expect to put really CD's Tyneside what about the impact to equity markets because they've had this huge rally, even when you take into account the sort of correction, if you will we've seen over the course of this week, particularly in the China ex- index has that rally run too far too fast. Or do you think there's more to come? Well, I think if you've had a rally your rising twenty five thirty thirty five forty percent in the space of a few months a drawback of an of ten percent or so is par for the course because the the speculative forces and the momentum of taken over. It's not nice it being pinned by fundamentals. I think you will have a drawback, but I think you will continue to see a lot of strength in the market. That said is it going to be fifty or sixty percent for the year? I find that highly unlikely. So we've seen a lot of it. But I think if you're trading China this year, you need to be relatively short term in nature. But I think if there's a pullback it's probably buying opportunity, and there's probably still some legs in this. There's. Inclusion coming as you said there's money coming into the bond markets, which will probably spill over in today. Could he marked as well? There's government general government response to weaker data. You could still see a lot of good news that were that drives at least in the short time. So foreign capital seems to be flowing in at a time. When geopolitics can't completely be discounted. I mean, we were talking earlier about the US China trade war, but I'm thinking about Europe now and the extent to which some countries like Italy or pushing back on some of the belt and road initiatives. Well, I think it's more like Germany pushing back, and certainly the Europeans are trying to do more of counter China. But at the same time, China has been very good at dividing. Conquer answer. Hanging cabinets? I have to try and entice people. And so I think that that does not seem to be a concern today for across Europe, Japan and the states have really pushing back hard on China. So yes there, but often doesn't essay come too much. And I think even the danger with Trump delaying his twenty five percent toutes says the Chinese think, well, Trump really isn't that CDs after all, and we can seemingly with Trump getaway with buying some more soybeans in playing around today GE's making some promises that we don't really need to make substantial changes at the moment. What do you think is the likelihood we are going to see Trump, and she may again, potentially in April saying, no, I think they're I think the Chinese are going to be very cautious. You mentioned that they're wanting a state visit, you know, they went all the pomp and circumstance of a state, visit agent just one country club dinner. I think they're going to be very cautious. And they're only going to go ahead with without a major visit. If they know they've got deal, the it's going to be very humiliating. I think for Xi for him to go across there for Trump to walk away. It's a shame. This is radio Fraser, and we cut away say everything that's going on. But some very interesting insights with your predictions of what we can. And can't see expected out of China that is Fraser Howie who is author of several books on the Chinese financial system, including red capitalism and privatising China he'll be joining the team on day on television coming up shortly in the next couple of hours say let's just have a quick look at these markets because this weakness in the yen ahead of what we're expecting from the B O J certainly pushing the Nikkei higher up by eight tenths of one percent. Twenty one thousand four hundred sixty cheap points New Zealand also higher, but elsewhere, it is pretty flat to mix what we expecting to say for the final trading day of the week. I.

China Bloomberg US President Trump Nikkei Fraser Howie San Francisco Ed Baxter president Frazier Prime Minister Bank of Japan Japan China Fraser Europe Bloomberg Douglas Singapore Asia WTI
"seventeen minute" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on AP News

"Average weight seventeen minutes last year. Eighty six percent of calls were answered credit. And after the first I kind of believe I'm saying this. But I really dig this follow up from the blunt how stable of horror, Chris Landon is back to direct and also gets writing credit. The main cast also returns, including Jessica, Roth, Israel Broussard, ruby Modine and five among others. Like so many scenes in the movie this one picks up where we left off waking up in Carter's dorm room only now tree is out of her deadly loop. Carter's roommate Ryan is in it being chased by the killer and the creepy baby mask for now. Anyway, we're the first movie struggled, the sequel, excels, the new story arc is pretty creative. The script is tight. There are some truly tenths themes of few quality kills and it's funny. It also takes a few chances, including a slow motion scene that seemed out of place, but was really cool, and you've seen movie musical montages to workouts and clothes shopping. But chances are you haven't seen one like the one. On here. Don't get me wrong. This movie is ridiculous cliche ridden a bit predictable. And it knows it answer that I give happy birthday to you three and a half stars out of five on the rob rating scale, you can have your slasher birthday cake and eat it too. I'm Rob Lowe, France, this is ribbit, and I'll see you at the concession stand. Will the president degree to head off another shutdown? I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. President Trump is adjusting he will agree to the bipartisan deal on government spending. That includes some money for the southern border wall. Hope that there won't be shut down. I am extremely unhappy. With what the Democrats have given us. But he says that he could find funding elsewhere to build the wall that he's described. Authorities say a New York City police officer has been shot and killed while responding to an armed robbery at a phone store. In queens, a second officer was wounded California's governor Gavin Newsom is creating a new commission on homelessness. So many of California's almost whether their their families veterans victims of rent, spikes or survivors fleeing domestic violence are invisible and left behind the Federal Reserve says seven million Americans have gotten behind on their Car Loans. It's the highest delinquency rate in about a decade. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment highlight.

Jacky Quin President Trump AP Carter California Chris Landon Rob Lowe ruby Modine Federal Reserve officer Gavin Newsom president New York City Israel Broussard queens Jessica
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"It looks like he's working steel cages against Bigelow and Shawn Michaels as well as regular matches against both of them and even the undertaker on the house show loop and that gets us to king of the ring which is June twenty fifth and Philadelphia diesel and bam. Bam would be to talk and and seventeen minutes and thirty five seconds. Not a great match star in a half was this attack bats because diesel was fresh off elbow surgery. Yes. It was it was just to try and protect him. And the, you know, here's the the quandary that we're having is sid in house shows is going out and working with Sean and they're tearing the house down, right? He's got a much smaller opponent. Work with he's bumping and flying all over for him and making him look like a million bucks. Unfortunately, when you put sit in with the bigger guy that can't bump and fly for him that way, it it just is is a clash in makes him look less. Then. So it's just that was the dilemma of trying to get him with the right opponent. And it was the same dilemma with diesel yet. Get him with the right opponents for them to look the monsters. We wanted them to be coming out of king of the ring sits back with these little organs from regular matches and cage matches. And then eventually we get to the July twenty third in your house to in Nashville Tennessee is in the main event in a lumberjack match for the world title against diesel. We'll see a lot of lumberjack matches these days. They got ten minutes and two seconds. It gets half a star in the observer, I guess this is supposed to be the blow off of their feud. What did you think of this is this a lumberjack match just to camouflage? What these guys can't do? Yes. Smile and wave boys smile and waves if there's enough shit going on outside the ring and.

Sean Bam Shawn Michaels Bigelow Philadelphia Tennessee Nashville thirty five seconds seventeen minutes twenty fifth ten minutes two seconds
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:37 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Morning to you seventeen minutes past the hour. We update markets every quarter hour here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, we mentioned some of the interesting stories today, apple supplier, S K high next. Posting earnings were short of estimates on weaker demand for memory chips and the company also announced a fifty percent increase in dividends. The stock is up about three and a half percent. Giardi Matheson, the old noble house of Lor. Well, little changed now after plunging as much as eighty three percent in the first few minutes of trade that was the most in twenty years, but it turned out to be at least, according to a number of traders, a fat finger trade, we mentioned that scenic plans to spend the most money in five years to boost oil and gas supply that is helping to fulfil president Xi Jinping's aimed at the top energy user. Become more self sufficient. The stock though at the moment is little changed. Also, the Philippines economy is Doug mentioned grew slower than economists estimated in the last quarter GDP expanding six point one percent in the fourth quarter from a year ago. And that was set compared to a six point three percent estimate. It was faster than the six percent. We saw in the previous quarter the dollar is holding onto weakness this morning. Dollar yen one oh nine forty seven. Euro one thirteen eighty four the AUSSIE at seventy one thirty five the oil price. Now, fifty two dollars and thirty cents a barrel and yield on the tenure two point seven four percent. You are updated on markets and Baxter has the latest news at all right? Thank you. Bryan speaker, the US house of representatives has blocked the president for making a state of the union speech next week, unless the government opens the president says he will make some kind of speech somewhere at some kind of event it's worth mentioning that those two bills are still on the DACA tomorrow in the Senate the one which is the president's plan. For opening a government, which includes money for a border wall and the Democrats amendment which does not so dueling amendments tomorrow, the Senate North Korea says leader, Kim Jong UN is expressed great satisfaction. With a letter sent by Donald Trump says two countries will advance step by step and praises Trump for his unusual determination. Meanwhile, a former at Trump fixer and lawyer Michael Cohen has postponed his family to congress testimony to congress citing concerns for his family's safety. Australia confirms one of its citizens was detained on a trip to China. Canada's ambassador to China says Weiwei executive among Joe has a strong case against extradition, including political involvement by comments from Donald Trump on her case, Hong Kong's legislature has taken up a controversial Bill that would punish anyone who publicly and intentionally insults. The Chinese national anthem, and they're strong calls in the UK and from French and German governments to delay. Brexit Prime Minister Theresa may has not bought in. Into the idea publicly global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Paul. All right. Thanks very much. We're joined this half hour by middle cotija. He's senior emerging market strategist at TD securities earlier this week we had Brooke Silva's on the show from Cayenne capital. He was expressing extreme skepticism really about the independence and credibility about China's GDP numbers and various other data points. Do you think there's a number of unknown? Unknowns. That have been swept under the carpet of China's economy. Well, historically, speaking. At least a lot of attention on the official GDP numbers. People turned to alternate sequence in China relief index is seen as a high frequency alternative to chance because. Minute. I think even see the frequency indicators closely slowing official number may, maybe structuring some extent. But I think the reality is still painting a picture of slowing growth, I think that will continue to share. I think if you look at the consensus nonfiction east close this year, there's certainly a sense that he could reach closer to six one six point two percent GDP, which would be quite a mock slowing recent years looking reality, it's still healthy when he can to of recorder music. The problem is that China as a huge component of world gross and China's economies and providing the sort of five. During recent years and clearly that these types of global economy exactly what's taking place glories that would extend servers affected shiners sliding off of the US economy. He's going to be losing. And next few months, two largest economies sewing diamond that's not a very good signal tools for for the global growth engine. But give me your sense of how much that slowing tied to the trade war. And whether indeed there is now greater incentive much, greater incentive for a trade deal to get done, and perhaps China is more willing to give in on in areas where they've been up until this point a little resistant. Yeah. I think there is certainly a lot of the element slowing across China east. You two did you never seen measures that have been put into place in recent years. But we can't negate the fact that the trade concerns and time sorry, and touching certainly if you look at the purchasing managers indices, they've lose fifty seven contraction territory exports already weakening pretty shopping trade still stealing major waste on the economy on. I think for that reason China has a huge incentive to come up with a appeal. They've already various measures in terms of trying to buy or lease go to meeting to buy more soybeans another such products in the US. Expression themselves intellectual property. Hun. The US's overseas. Still think President Trump administration is probably has a high incentives to come up with a deal to given where US is given the government shutdown, and then I guess too Paul sharing with declining popularity for President Trump. But there are still clear issues on the table. And I think, you know, the whole in the US administration on can leave the except some of China's promises intellectual property and technology transfers and such. So I think these are still gonna be major sticking points at least prevent he's very significant structural deal. Even if both sides come away claiming victory, I think some of the structural factors may not be agreed upon very quickly. If you're looking to shelter from macro risks from the trade war, and some of the others that you talked about just quickly. Where would you go around the Asia Pacific? What's clear, and this is certainly indication in recent weeks is it some of the trade oriented countries are really coming under the suggestion. The last couple of weeks you thirty. Weak exports across the Bulla Japan, Taiwan Korea. Some countries are really being hit by weakness in electric sector, very some safety and. The likes of India, and Indonesia, even the Philippines where they also carry. All right. A few ports and the storm there from middle cotija. He's the senior emerging market strategist at TD securities. We're seeing a little bit of weakness in the Nikkei of four tenths of one percent. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg pursuits look at luxury designer Karl Lagerfeld is tired. According to a statement from closely held Chanel Lagerfeld missed Chanel spring-summer hawks coach tour show in Paris raising questions about how much longer the eighty five year old designer will be able to helm the fashion brand, James Dyson. The inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner is now the wealthiest person in Britain after his company bagged record profits in two thousand eighteen seventy one year old Dyson is now worth thirteen point eight billion dollars. According to the Bloomberg billionaires index the game catapults him ahead of aristocratic landowner. Hugh Grosvenor the seventh Duke of Westminster whose family has owned land since sixteen seventy seven. In other British billionaire news, Mike Ashley, the owner of Newcastle. United soccer club made a bid for embattled music retailer H M V H MP began solvency procedures last month for the second time in six years as physical records have become outmoded in favor of online music streaming. Amanda day, Bloomberg Radi. Imagine imagine being denied an apartment because of your religion or.

China US President Trump Bloomberg president Bloomberg Paul TD securities Ed Baxter Philippines Asia cotija official Xi Jinping Giardi Matheson Trump apple Karl Lagerfeld Senate
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Are they now? And I think this is a too fast too furious crappy citing the fast and furious movie, but there's an action sequence. That's hanging place on a tarmac where a plane is taking off. And it's like a seventeen minute action sequence in the plane is moving the entire time. And so that runway would have to be like forty miles long. So just like is that a plot hole? We'll we'll get into that. It's just it's I think you have to suspend disbelief in order to get there. And some people can't suspended as I think that there's a line between you know, what we're just going to break the rules of reality to achieve something and applaud hole, which is we messed up. We we actually legitimately screwed up here. The shouldn't be able to do that in inside of the logic of our own in fast and furious. The logic of that world the physics about world you can have a really super long runway. And it's kind of that's time as elastic, but you couldn't have something in. In the fast and furious world where somebody simply didn't know something that they knew thirty minutes earlier, and we saw them. No. You can't have a character season one. And then later say honestly, I've never seen them before. That's a plot hole. Or they can't change a tire. Like, you feel like you know, what that's come with. You're going to be able to change a tire and someone what you're talking about is like your movies bend the world in certain ways to Charlie's angels. Like physics was sort of. Optional they could do things that were heightened. And so you have to go with the heightened nature of it many years ago. I wrote an article about Spiderman three called the perils of coincidence. And I'll put Lincoln insurance for that. Because there are premise coincidences, which are you get one of those for free like almost everybody relies on some Winstons..

Lincoln Charlie seventeen minute thirty minutes
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Dude Soup

"So thank you. We can keep talking about YouTube or we can move on. What else are you can watch more? I well I wanted to check in on you guys. How you doing? I'm okay, I'm funds. Not me. Like really how you doing pretty darn good? Because everyone thinks we're like this is the end into. What was I'm the funhouse what he's talking about. Right now, why this is over have you have you guys been following the internet? What's happening know, what's happening on the internet? The super best friends are no longer. Best friends gay game grams had to put out like a seventeen minute video explaining that. They're gonna do eight thousand. Yeah. I mean, I I I love those guys dearly. They're like brothers from another mother and that like breaks, my heart. When I even watch the whole thing was like he's poor guys. Poor so much into their work, and they have to apologize for focusing on their own mental health. And I almost pulled some comments that I read I I didn't think it'd be worth it to but people who were upset at. Groups like that breaking up or taking a step back. But I just want to make sure you guys are because I mean, celebrity deaths always happened in three. So who's the first in the second? No on are you gonna do I than me than him? No saying like as a collective people are people are worried that because we've been working together. So there's something brewing. Right. There's there's some deep resentment something, right? You can't be confused as to why this happens. It's because you start when you're twenty something and who gives a shit and why not work on something for twelve hours a day. Just turn out as much as you possibly can to build up an audience to try and make more money or whatever it may be and just go crazy because who cares? And then you look in the mirror and you're in your thirties. And you're like, I am so tired, and I haven't lived at all for the last ten years, but through the lens of the computer screen, it looks like you're living the most amazing life except.

YouTube seventeen minute twelve hours ten years
"seventeen minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You, buddy. Okay. But are you saying that the nowhere about them shot against a bad? BYU team is one of the best shots be basketball history. You're going to produce. I cried. Okay. Randy randy. You know, what I'm going to make an offer to you. Okay. Email me at Brian at the Vegas. Take dot com. I do want you in studio. I do because. We're going to be heavy. It would be you know, what Randy? If you are six. I am going to invite you in studio just bring the cheerleaders alternate. Randy. I always love your enthusiasm, my friend. I gotta let you that guy's got so much enthusiasm. He's wrong. He's crazy. But I do appreciate his phone. Call to five seven five three nine six. He called you a a muppet is that what he call you as a buffet because you agree with what Brian says, let's go to let's go to John John. Thanks for calling the Vegas take. Our you Brian. I I'm good, thanks for your opinion on UNLV be because I think you're just absolutely spot on almost everything you say, and I'm curious your opinion. I just don't think we can do much with Marvin Menzies because I just can't understand the substitution. You'll put in Marvin Coleman in. Yeah. I saw that. I saw that they played seventeen minutes while travel back. Seven minutes and bright Hamilton who was on fire plays eleven minute. That is John that is such a great point you made. And you know, I said our Mari hardy should have been starting week one. I don't know why it took him this long to start a Mary Hardin, John. I don't know if you agree with this. But I think we're Botham should not be our starting point guard. I think Amari hardy should because he's such a great creator. I know that Rowbotham had a great game at New Mexico his best game of the year defensively. But I for the life of me, I I agree with you. I think back was a little bit out of shape. But I agree with you. I why cou is paying playing the same minutes doesn't make any sense to me, ma'am. Listen, we've been I think we're counting exhibition. We've seen sixteen games and Noah has played too. Good games. He's played too. Good games on. I'm not saying the guy doesn't play. But the guy that's the guy that should be playing maybe ten to fifteen minutes, and you're right. And you know, what Rowbotham at correct me if I'm wrong, JD Rowbotham, his highest average at Akron. He averaged nine points and three assists. Okay. That's and that's at Akron. Okay. And the mountain west conference is horrible. But I would still say this conference is better than where he was from. Would you agree with that JD? Well, Rowbotham a three point specialist. He's never been a creator. He's never been a defensive. He's he played great defense against Anthony Mathis. Yeah. Of New Mexico. Anthony Mattis was totally shut down that game for a Botham is absolutely a sixth or seventh band at best. Not in western John. Let me ask you this question before I let you go. My man what I asked them the same question. I'm going to ask you, what do you think Marvin Menzies needs to do in two months from now for us to all say he deserves to come back for another year. He has to do the complete opposite. What he's doing? He's got to change things up. He just 'cause I can tell you what's going to happen at airports, especially if he's going to have Nick Blair playing twenty minutes, and he's going to have because he doesn't believe he believes he has to have a center in the game. He's gotta get Hamilton developed. You've gotta give him twenty five minutes the game. He's gotta get hardy at the point guard might even have to press a little bit teachers have to do things different. He he played his his best coaching game of the year was against through Mexico. Yeah. Without a doubt the best. Is it the best camera never coached? But it was a fluke. I mean, the the talented team they have last year. And I think they finished eighth more last year than this year. I know exactly what you're going to say. And I couldn't agree more. And hardy didn't even play much last year. Right. Aim situation. You see how kid John we are in complete agreement. I hope none of my other callers. Call you a puppet. But thanks..

Marvin Menzies JD Rowbotham John John Randy randy Brian New Mexico Hamilton Vegas Marvin Coleman BYU Mari hardy Akron Amari hardy basketball hardy UNLV Botham Noah Anthony Mattis
"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen minute" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And Singapore, seventeen minutes past the hour. We check the markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Although I'm not sure how much you want to hear today on these down day. Japan's Nikkei index off by three point seven percent nineteen thousand two hundred seventy four points, as it resumes trade after quite a number of days all fooling the most since December twenty five when the Nikkei fell by five percent of not we have that two point eight percent drop coming through on Wall Street week economic daughter really adding to anxiety about global growth. And of course, we had apple sales outlook as sinking US Stokes treasury and the yen fairly steady after gains yesterday. There was that flash crash in currencies particularly the Ozzie and Turkish lira against the yen which saw the yen gain as much as eight percent against the dollar. Japan's ten year bond yield has dropped to its lowest level since November twenty six two thousand sixteen I should say government bonds gaining tug advertisements from these new year holidays the ten year yield dropping three point five. Basis points to negative point zero four five percent in the Bank of Japan has left its bond purchase amounts unchanged at its regular operation today. Getting the reference rate from the six spot. Eight five eight six for the Yuan against the US stolen and the Korean won has had a bad week heading for its biggest weekly lost since October yesterday. It was the worst performing Asian currency. Amongst all that fluctuation that we saw in currencies as we sat to save as global growth consent, really weigh in on foreign investment, a lot of our foreign investors. Pulling money ash of the kospi yesterday as well. Having a quick look at commodities. Gold is higher safe-haven buying that twelve hundred ninety eight dollars. Brent crude is weaker by eight tenths of one percent at fifty five dollars forty seven. That's a quick check of markets. Let's get it over to Ed Baxter now for global news in.

Japan US Bank of Japan Singapore Bloomberg Asia Brent crude Ed Baxter Ozzie apple eight percent ten year twelve hundred ninety eight do zero four five percent fifty five dollars seventeen minutes fifteen minutes seven percent