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Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York

Morning Edition

00:44 sec | 12 hrs ago

Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York

"Is proposing an infrastructure infrastructure plan plan for for New New York York City City that that he he says says will will jump jump start start the the economy. economy. WN WN Y Y sees sees Stephen Stephen Nessen Nessen reports. reports. The The $306 $306 billion billion plan plan focuses focuses on on midtown midtown Manhattan and would include a new train station called Penn South for NJ Transit commuters and a new Port Authority bus terminal and will be the most ambitious mass transit development in the United States of America. Large scale projects often get stuck in bureaucratic delays like Penn South, which will Is in a long stalled plan to build a new tunnel under the Hudson River and eight new tracks, all of which needs federal money. But with Democrats in power in Washington, Cuomo says these projects and more Will receive the support they need.

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Dallas Based American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 23 hrs ago

Dallas Based American Among Major US Airlines Banning Guns In Luggage For Washington DC Flights

"Are stepping up security on flights to Washington ahead of next week's presidential inauguration, including a ban on guns. Delta United Alaska and American Airlines say passengers flying to the nation's capital will not be allowed to fly with guns checked into their luggage. Other airlines are announcing other steps like American Airlines banning alcohol on flight to D. C. The FAA has announced a crackdown on violence or threats, Administrator Stephen Dixon Ripple Word screw harassment is on the rise, both from passengers refusals to wear masks. And from recent violence of the U. S. Capitol Last week, Senator Mitt Romney was heckled on a flight by President Trump's supporters who will never fly on Delta again, says an airline spokesman. Alaska Airlines has banned 14 passengers. Jackie Quinn,

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Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights

"The nation's airlines are stepping up security on flights to Washington ahead of next week's presidential inauguration including a ban on guns delta United Alaska and American airlines say passengers flying to the nation's capital will not be allowed to fly with guns checked into their luggage other airlines are announcing other steps like American Airlines banning alcohol on flights to DC the FAA's announced a crackdown on violence or threats the administrator Stephen Dixon reports crew harassment is on the rise both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the US capitol last week senator Mitt Romney was heckled on a flight by president trump supporters who will never fly on delta again says an airline spokesman Alaska Airlines is banned fourteen passengers Jackie Quinn Washington

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FAA steps up enforcement against unruly airline passengers

Mark Levin

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

FAA steps up enforcement against unruly airline passengers

"Officials say they're going to get tougher on airline passengers who disrupt flights. The move Wednesday by the Federal Aviation Administration follows several incidents involving people who refused to wear masks or conducted in flight tantrums. The FAA says it's seeing a disturbing increase in such incidents. FAA Administrator Stephen Dixon signed in order directing that, instead of warnings, unruly passengers will immediately face enforcement actions.

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No. 3 House GOP leader backs Trump impeachment as tide grows

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

No. 3 House GOP leader backs Trump impeachment as tide grows

"President trump's GOP support is starting to crumble at the party's top levels with houses number three Republicans saying she will vote to impeach him Liz Cheney says there's never been a greater betrayal by a president of his office and oaks or Stephen comes a week after the president colder out at a rally before the capitol protest urging supporters to get rid of the week lawmakers Phyllis Cheney's of the world while fellow Republican Andy Biggs is blasting Cheney she should resign position is conference chair house speaker Nancy Pelosi is praising her maybe more ominous for the president that house GOP defections The New York Times reports Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell is glad Democrats are moving against him thinking that will help the G. O. P. B. com trump free Sager mag ani Washington

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Son of Brooklyn judge arrested in Capitol attack

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

Son of Brooklyn judge arrested in Capitol attack

"The FBI has arrested the son of a New York City judge on charges he was among those who stormed the U. S Capitol last week. 31 year old Aaron mustache Key was arrested his brother at his brother's home in Brooklyn this morning. Investigators say he was wearing a fur costume and a police fast and he is accused of stealing that best during the riot. Records show. He is a registered Democrat. His father is Stephen Mustafi, State Court judge in Brooklyn.

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Acting Homeland Security chief resigning, citing court battles

KYW 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Acting Homeland Security chief resigning, citing court battles

"The acting homeland Security secretary, is the latest Trump administration official to resign. CBS is Stephen Portnoy has the details. Chad Wolf says he's leaving due to recent events. He doesn't directly refer to last Wednesday's riot, which he forcefully urged the president to condemn. Instead, Wolf says it's due to recent court rulings which determined he was improperly appointed as acting head of homeland security. Wolf says FEMA administrator Pete Gaynor will now run the department as acting secretary. Wolf has been head of Homeland security since November of 2019. His resignation comes just the day before Trump is set to visit the US Mexico border wall.

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With Congress Considering Impeachment, What's Trump's Next Move?

Marketplace

02:46 min | 4 d ago

With Congress Considering Impeachment, What's Trump's Next Move?

"What will President Trump's next move be with nine days left in office, with lawmakers in Congress moving to impeach again? And with possible indictments looming when he's no longer president a question to put to Stephen Groves who worked in the White House until June of last year as a special assistant to the president and deputy press secretary. Mr Grove's could speak with you again. Thanks for me on Mary Louise. What should President Trump do you know? Well, you know, um, he's already signaled that there's going to be a you know a transition of power after the inauguration day, actually, But, yes, he's acknowledged they'll be a transition going well, I don't know how much more he can do until that day, Mary Louise, you You go ahead and say that there's going to be a transition and you know what he does between now and then I don't know how much can be done. I don't know if they're any last minute executive actions to be taken or if he's just going toe. Take it easy. We know one thing for sure he's not going to be on Twitter or Other social media platforms because he's been banned, so we might not. I don't know how we're going to find out what he's doing anymore because he's not on Twitter. Well, if you want to tell us what he's doing, he could walk downstairs into a press conference or he could do what you're doing and given interview, But anyway, let me ask about something specific. And thanks for having me on too. By the way, I'm glad that there are Platforms that still allow conservatives and Republicans on so I do appreciate it. We're always delighted to have conservative voices on our Erin. We're glad that you were with us. Let me ask you this. Should the president speak out? To stop the plans to demonstrate at state capitals on to stop plans of armed writers coming back to Washington bearing arms in advance for the inauguration next week. I think that would be a great help to the country if he did if he could make it crystal clear on whatever platforms are available to him, that peaceful protest is permitted. Anything beyond that. Any violence and he pushing of police and he confronting the police and any type of violence at all or storming government buildings. Is not what the Republican Party is about. It is counterproductive. It is what the Antifa and BLM writers did all summer long. We're better than that. He should send that message. So it clear warning delivered. Now you think would be helpful. Do you think it is likely? We'll have to see you know, Inauguration is ah, while away. It would be nice if everyone kind of tried to lower the temperature, But we hear of impeachment and vocation of the 25th amendment on these things. It would be best for folks here in D. C, where you and I are if the temperature gets lowered over the next 10 days and not sent to a boiling

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House Sets Impeachment Vote to Charge Trump With Incitement

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

House Sets Impeachment Vote to Charge Trump With Incitement

"Pushing an effort to try to remove President Trump from office following last week's break the last week's breach of the Capitol building. ABC is Karen Travers says it is dumped Fel that vice president Pence will play a role in that movie. It is highly unlikely that we see that happen that pence in the majority of the Cabinet. Go ahead and make that move to remove the president from office. Now. We should note, though we haven't heard directly from the vice president that he won't do that. But silence also says something too. Other than pushing for the use of the 25th amendment. Lawmakers are expected to vote to impeach the president later on this week. House Democrats have said, including Congressman Stephen Lynch, telling us here on WBZ that that is expected to pass at least the House the Senate that's a little bit up in the air if he is

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Acting Homeland Security chief resigning, citing court battles

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Acting Homeland Security chief resigning, citing court battles

"President's Cabinet tonight, the acting Homeland Security secretary secretary. Rather the latest administration official to resign get details from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Wolf says he's leaving due to recent events. He doesn't directly refer to last Wednesday's riot, which he forcefully urged the president to condemn. Instead, Wolf says it's due to recent court rulings which determined he was improperly appointed as acting head of homeland security. Off, says FEMA administrator Pete Gaynor will now run the department as acting secretary. Wolf has been acting as said the head of homeland security rather, since November of 2019 And

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Washington Monument in Washington DC closed through inauguration due to threats

Lynda Lopez

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

Washington Monument in Washington DC closed through inauguration due to threats

"The plans for President Elect Joe Biden's inauguration. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports expecting there won't be throngs on the National Mall. The presidential Inaugural committee intends to blanket the mall with American flags more than 190,000. New president Following the swearing in will travel across the Potomac for a wreath laying at Arlington National Cemetery, citing ongoing threats to the inauguration. The National Park Service is it will close the Washington Monument. Through January 24th. And In addition, the National Guard says it will have at least 10,000 troops in D. C by Saturday to boost security ahead of inauguration.

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National Park Service shuts down access to Washington Monument until Jan. 24, citing threats surrounding inauguration

WBZ Midday News

00:59 min | 4 d ago

National Park Service shuts down access to Washington Monument until Jan. 24, citing threats surrounding inauguration

"Concerns being raised about the safety of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week, we just learned that the National Guard will mobilize a Z, many as 10,000 troops from various states. On that day, the mayor of Washington, D. C, urging the public the American public not to attend. ABC is Josh Margolin. With more on this story over. Sure, they're reinforcing the National Guard presence there talking about whether or not the guardsmen who were going to be brought in are going to be able to be armed during the inaugural events to make sure that they're able to repel any type of violence that might come in Ueno. They're going to bring in more police presence, the National Park Service preemptively Closing down the Washington Monument until the 24th of January, citing threats to the inauguration. We just heard from Congressman Stephen Lynch Live on WBZ news radio that there is shatter his word of threats. President Trump still

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Top NBA Performances From This Week

First Things First

01:34 min | 6 d ago

Top NBA Performances From This Week

"Nick given three performers from the nba weekend. That was our. let me. Just accept this up for america that you might be wondering. What's the committee going to do win. The nfl season job transition to a side gig which is nba metal committee. We're gonna go every night in the nba. Give out a gold. Silver and bronze of monday shows even harder. Because we have to take all the game from friday saturday and sunday. I think we're starting with the bronze medalist. We ever really gone over this for first time doing it. Bronze medallists paul george. Hey way off the playoff. Who knows but i know on a sleepy night in january. There's very few guys. You'd rather have thirty nine points quiet. Leonard didn't have it. He prevented the clippers from having back to back losses for the first time all year. Leonard your bronze medallist. So medallist. Jamal murray while call the yolk. We're gonna triple jamal. Murray just drops a thirty six five and four to lead the nuggets to a critical win after a bad one and four start and then your gold medallist. There is no question about it. This might be the performance of the year. One wardell stephen curry with sixty two points in thirty six minutes. Which by the way does mean step in dream on last night combined for sixty points. So draymond maybe should be included in that. But steph sixty points against the goal of that as the warriors. Get a needed win. Over the blazers. Those kevin wilds are your bronze silver and gold medal of the evening.

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Twitter bans President Trump permanently

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Twitter bans President Trump permanently

"Twitter anymore. Two days after his words inside it a riot he's been banned for good, the president told 60 minutes. It's in October. If it weren't for Twitter, he might not have been elected president. Frankly, if I didn't have social media, I'd have no way of getting out my voice. But Twitter says after a review of his recent tweets, it is permanently suspended. Mr Trump's account quote. Due to the risk of further incitement of violence. Facebook said it would suspend Mr Trump's account on that site and on co owned Instagram at least through Joe Biden's inauguration. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington Mr Trump has tried tweeting on the official presidential account with his tweets removed almost as quickly as they went up. Democrats just wish

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Chattanooga assistant football coach fired for 'hateful' tweet about Stacey Abrams

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

Chattanooga assistant football coach fired for 'hateful' tweet about Stacey Abrams

"Coaches out of a job after sending a racist tweet about Georgia legislators. Stacey Abrams University of Tennessee at Chattanooga fired an assistant coach after he posted a tweet disparaging former Georgia gubernatorial candidate and activist Stacey Abrams University Chancellor Stephen Angle condemned the tweet tweet was hateful. Hurtful and untrue. Coach Malone is no longer a part of this university Chris Malone tweeted in part, Congratulations to Fat Albert had Stacey Abrams enjoyed the buffet Big girl, many of credited Abrams for the Democrats recent success at the polls in Georgia, where she and grassroots organizations held invigorate voter turnout. That

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Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’

World Cafe

05:02 min | Last week

Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’

"On paper. Berry give is a superstar. Sorry i should say sir berry give the only surviving member of the bg's he is one of the most successful songwriters of all time. And yes he has also been knighted but in person berry give is exceedingly humble. He's kind and as you'll hear today deeply interested in and excited by making music. Some back story quickly berry was born on the isle of man and moved with his family to australia when he was a boy. That family included his three younger brothers. His bg's bandmates robert morris as well as his youngest andy their journey has been explored in a new. Hbo documentary called the bg's. How can you mend a broken heart. And now barry has released a new album that brings some of the songs he and his brothers wrote together. In a whole new way on greenfields the give brother songbook volume one. Barry performed songs along with folks. Like dolly parton jason. Isabel and brandi carlile today. Very good and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb. Join me to talk about how this album came together. Dave is in nashville and berry joins us from where he now lives in miami to get things rolling. Here's a song that was first released on the bg's nineteen seventy five album. Main course on this new album barry. Performs with miranda lambert and j buchanan this is jive talkin s live discount so misunderstood john. Young you just heard. Jive talkin barry gibbs singing with j buchanan verana lambert a song originally on the nineteen seventy five album main course that version is from berry's new album greenfield's the game brothers. Songbook one today. I am joined by berry. Give and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb and just so everybody knows whose voice is whose though i don't think it'll be that tricky. I'd like to welcome you individually so berry. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank you thank you dave. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank y'all have to be here. It's great to have you both on now on the surface the two of you might seem like an unlikely pairing so get into how this all came together berry. I understand that your son steven had something to do with you. Getting tuned into the dave cobb universe through the music of artists. He's worked with like chris stapleton and jason isabel and. Brandi carlile it. Could you tell us how that happened. Yeah well i mean just outside this room. Stephen came out a darby her. This and on his iphone it was chris stapleton and just blew me away so i thought wow. That's that's for me. You know as right up my street. And and if i'm gonna make anymore record that's the guy i want to work with and i said who is this guy called dave cobb and he's the probably the biggest producer. Ah in the world right now. i should okay. Sounds good to me. Let's find out he's interested in dave. What was it like getting that call. Like what was your reaction when you heard from berry and his people. I'm a massive. Bg's fan and their early records You know top ten albums for me and specifically to be i and it's something that i obsessed on for many many years. I mean that. I record particularly it has got to love somebody on it and holiday and turn of the century and these songs that to me. I love records at sound like. They're you can't imagine humans getting together and making them. They sound like they're made in remarks or something that was one of those records seminole records getting that call and getting to do. Some of these early songs was just more than i ever wish or dream of mine. Well it was an incredible experience. And i thank you for it and i sincerely hope we get to do it again. I promise not to be show nervous. Very i also read. That stephen can convince you that people would want to work with you which blows my mind because you know you're one of the most successful songwriters of all time. Why would you think that you're very kind but nashville is a different world. It's a different world and if you if you're not accepted in nashville then you not accept it. That's all there is to. Nobody explains it. You're just you know. And and at one occasion. I was in nashville and i met ricky skaggs and got a chance to make a do a track with him and it was called soldier. Son and and I was. I just thought you know. This is where i whether other people think showing this year along

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Leadership Amid Chaos

Squawk Pod

02:18 min | Last week

Leadership Amid Chaos

"In the wake of wednesday's violent breach of the us capital business leaders have spoken out. Condemning the rioters effort to disrupt american democracy. Some of those leaders like famed activist investor. Nelson confessed that his support for president. Donald trump is a mistake. What happened yesterday is a disgrace than i as an american. I'm embarrassed you know. I didn't vote for trump in sixteen. I voted for him in this past election november. Today i'm on sorry. I did that. The national association of manufacturers a trade group that has been supportive of the president's economic agenda went out in front wednesday calling vice president pence invoke the twenty fifth amendment and begin proceedings to remove donald trump from office and keep him from ever running again over the last four years and this last year of two thousand twenty in particular business leaders have weighed in on politics again and again corporations and our public spheres are intertwined like never before. We've seen the very richest of americans billionaires express preference for candidates. Investors like stephen ross. Peter thiel and new york real estate developer. Richard lefrak have all unapologetically supported. President trump over the years pailin tear. Ceo alex carb famously aligned himself with the trump administration in the company's preliminary ipo filing august of twenty twenty. He called out fellow silicon valley giants for being unpatriotic. His company has contracts with the pentagon an ice but this week speaking to the washington post carp struck a different political tone. There's certain monica of adult leadership necessary to run a significant organization of any kind whether it's a university newspaper a church synagogue or mosque this this is below that line and we shouldn't tolerate in some ways. Donald trump may have helped bring these people deeper into the political sphere. These business leaders one's who've praised him and ones like apple's tim cook who quietly worked with him have proved crucial to the president's efforts and successes in office from woohoo market tweets to corporate tax cuts to president trump's unorthodox involvement in corporate dealmaking. We're looking at you tiktok so all this means what ceos have to say matters

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Create a Home Office that Rocks! Debbie Rosemont  1 Habit For A Thriving Home Office - burst 07

A New Direction

04:23 min | Last week

Create a Home Office that Rocks! Debbie Rosemont 1 Habit For A Thriving Home Office - burst 07

"So if you wanted to incorporate the habit of drinking water for example you could take that trigger of brushing your teeth which is already established habits. So you don't have to think about it and you could tie to that the drinking a glass of water right so when you do that. You have to think about the water. It's just brush my teeth address a water you're stacking one. Having on top of the other you're choosing a trigger So that's that's a trigger can be a place time. The smell of it could be an alarming. Could be a prompt or it could be something that you already do. Decide to have as a trigger as well you. You both said here in this book that an important characteristic of the habit is that it's automatic. You don't even think about it what you just said so. Changing the habits are making a new habit. Getting rid of an old one takes conscious effort mention. I think i think what happens. Is we kind of feel like we've kind of got into these habits ourselves and we feel that they just automatically go away at the problem is they just don't automatically go away. We have to be credibly intentional about changing our habits. And this is the one thing about this book that i what i did was. In the seventy three different habits suggestions in this book i went through and i categorized number of them and actually kind of in the thirty steps. I think that um stephen puts out the actually kind of the categories. So i thought maybe we could talk about some of these different categorisations of creating a home office and then talk about why some of these categories so many of them fit into a category. I think the first one is in psychology. We have this thing called state dependent learning meaning that If it can be an environment if our environment is changing too much it is very difficult for us to be settled in that environment in order to be productive if we and the other problem is if we're trying to change environment that we currently have that we do one thing in and then try to do something else and we generally are not very productive. Here's i me if you try to set up your office in the kitchen in a place where you normally eat. It becomes extraordinarily difficult. Psychologically for us to be able to sit and work in a place where i'm normally eating and so we had these state dependent environments that. Make it difficult on us and i think you even talk about in your chapter to a large extent that our environment plays incredible role in our productivity. So let's explore that a little bit. Does i think having a productive home office know. One of the key components is having an environment that organized Ideally clear. clutter. Because that's distraction quiet to the degree that works for you know the individual. We all have something to say. That i don't think of one size fits all around many of these ideas and concepts in that you and i might have different levels of tolerance for stuff around us. One of us might prefer to have more things out gets prompts reminders. in inspiration and another may refer to have things put away and receive those prompts renters inspiration in different ways but i think a physical environment that set up where you can come in and sit down and focus is important and often that comes from organization you know clearing clutter and you know sound being ideal or lack of also being ideal. Those are important things. There's different chapters in the book about technology. Set up having a second screen users variations within that that can enhance an environment. I think those are that the keys. Her name is debbie rosemont and she is a co author of this outstanding book one habit for a thriving home office. Actually they're seventy plus habits. Guess what they're killer habits of the happiest achieving on base business people on the planet and you know what you're listening to her here on a new direction.

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"stephen our" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Stephen miller is one of these very entertaining. Clever witty well read. Well travelled cynical snarky fellas on twitter. That i love to see what he has to say for the day. But i for the life of me can't figure out how about a hundred of these people pay their bills. Stephen welcome to the show. Mike how are you. That's it nothing. Nothing nothing clever. We're still early here. It's an hour later than it is where i am. Yeah i mean. I don't know it's exhausting election and you know we have christmas coming up and we're still dealing with pandemic and just like going on how you don't strike me as a guy that christmas is exactly going to exhaust you. How many people do you buy presents for Enough what does that mean. I buy presents for enough people to to me by for year for the nothing be. Are you one of those people that your mom or your dad or one of your family members says steven you need to do more. How many people did you say you do enough to leave me alone. Yeah i mean that's that's that's you should only do like the required. You know kinda christmas stuff like that But i'm one of these people were like. I noticed like we didn't even hit halloween. And there's like christmas music happening at the stores and stuff like that and Yeah a little bit. It's not up to like ruined my day or anything like that but yeah i noticed that i'm just like come on folks like it's october. You know any times in a week. Do you leave your apartment. Gee like like does it does. It does walking my dogs count. Now i figure you do that. I mean like leave for a coupla hours not not the basic walk. The dog i got. I got to go to lunches and stuff like that The cocktails places that are open So the the thing about like someone. Like i'm always just plugged in so i'm always either tweeting or writing are emailing is just kind of why. I'm not someone who can just unplug and go get away for a couple of hours five new york post headline visor. Ceo albert bore la sold millions in stock. On same day of vaccine reveal. I started life as corporate securities lawyer. We tried to keep our major company clients out of securities and exchange commission insider trading cases. How is this not an insider trading case I don't know i. I haven't seen the story like you reading. It's the first i've heard of it. A giant pharmaceutical company. Acting unethically as certainly shock. That will come to a lot of people Five and a half me sixty percent of his stock portfolio. He sells on monday the same day. They announced that they're covid nineteen shot which is still experimental was more than ninety percent effective. He had inside information and the stock market had just spite. But you know what that tells me. Stephen that tells me that. He doesn't think that the stock market is going to stay at that high rate. Because if you thought you had a huge upside you would held this. I don't think he's in where he needs. A liquidity event. Yeah well what i was told. Is that the stock. Market was reacting to joe biden's win and had nothing to do vaccine. How hot is it. Forty eight hours. After big media calls the election for a big dim The big guy. Joe biden. Big pharma announces. Oh that vaccine. The president's been promising for a year. Which by the way. I never gonna take it. But but it does have a psychological that big that vaccine Big pharma has announced that We've got we've got it now that the election's over We've got it ready for you. Will you take it you I probably would I mean i. I look at it and i see One of the big fights it's gonna come up is who who gets access to the vaccine. I already seeing Some hedging out you know do. Does it go. The black lives matter. People does it. Go to Poor people where is it going to be dispensed and you're gonna see a lot of this fight. Start to come up in march april of next year as you know because nothing is easy So i think that you're gonna see suspicious timing with a few things. I compared that you know now that biden certainly looks like he's on his way to being sworn in january twentieth. You're gonna start to see changes in how the media reports kobe. And if you if you look how they've covered it now all you have to kind of have to look to. The pallets covers things like the iraq. War for instance if you were around the two thousand seven two thousand eight you know that How they covered the iraq. War was daily casualties daily wounded. And they would just you know. Just flood the zone with the stuff. And then when barack obama gets an eight two thousand nine. Some the daily casualty count disappears. Nobili wounded count disappears. And so i think that you know there's certainly some spacious time with some of this stuff But i think especially in the next year you're gonna start to see a shift in coverage about how the pandemic and how covid nineteen is is certainly covered. You're gonna start you're gonna stop. Seeing daily casualty counts daily cases. And it's going to be a slight of how they do. It's going to phase it out you know Very slightly. There's a reason why our national media and comparing coach wars. You know they say there's more cases now than there were in the vietnam. I'm war and this is you know horrible. And there's a reason why they're doing it so they can start to phase this down starting next year. What other ways do you anticipate. Were joe biden to be the president a hypothetical. I'll say at this point but let's say if he were the president. What other ways do you expect the same news to be reported differently in in in separate ways. We're we're already saying. We saw a politicals ryan lizzy yesterday kind of limit. The fact that joe biden has shut media out of you know his inner circle. he's not taking. He's not releasing notes. He claims he's taking calls leaders. He's not releasing notes that he's not taking questions he's not you know. Releasing readouts is exact. Words are saying discouraging signs about the biking teaming press access. No regular transition briefings. No readouts calls before leaders. N- open press access to the candidate and his people he said. This is a break with tradition. Well of course it is. You guys didn't ask You know five questions for four months. So why is he. Why would he go and change anything. I think the last question. Joe biden faced was his favorite milkshake flavor. Outside wilmington delaware. So of course what. They're gonna do what they have. No reason to change. Now that's correct except for one thing. If you're in the media business controversy cells and so. I think that that that outfits like cnn. That are an msnbc that are built as the anti-trump are going to have a very interesting time post trump and he has actually said this over and over again if folks forget. This guy was also the executive producer of celebrity apprentice which was not an also ran. Show the guy knows how to stage a media event. He's pretty darn good at it. Stephen can you hold for just a moment sure. All right stephen miller is our guest. We will continue our conversation. I particularly want to focus on How the media covers. Joe biden differently whether or not that makes a difference and what happens to the media post donald trump because as much as they hate him. They need him right. How many of you..

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"stephen our" Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Homophilia

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"stephen our" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on The First Degree

"An autopsy was conducted and revealed. That stephen died as a result of the bullet piercing his abdominal aortic and he subsequently blood out that wound at the time he was killed. Steven was five foot nine. He weighed two hundred and twenty pounds. He was healthy and very physically fit. After stephen died. The cops worked hard to identify. Everyone who appeared in the video stevens murder and the events that preceded it and as they were looking at all of this footage they saw that one of the three men with later been summoned to the fight could visibly be seen with a gun in his hand and as the fight turned into a brawl. He was sort of lurking. On the periphery of the fight. Almost as if he was wondering or confused about how he was going to get involved and whether or not he should use his gun and for whatever reason at some point as stephen has his back to this man and his wrestling with someone else. The man shoots stephen in the back. The catalyst for this decision is unknown but the repercussions of. This event are obvious and brutal. Anyone can join colts if you've ever dived headfirst into a new self help program or believe wholeheartedly and spiritual practice or even just trust someone with your life. Guess what you're just as long as everyone else. No one is safe especially not megan. I am the most susceptible. We want to dispel the myth that people who join our dom or naive or broken anyone can be manipulated by narcissist and we should know we will have been. I am leblanc. And i make an elizabeth and we're real live culture reiver's join us every week as we talked to other survivors believers experts and more about their experiences and our experiences with cults extreme belief and ups of power. You might not trust me. Trust me is available. Everyone's name wherever you get. Your podcasts owner wrench. Your home sure you do and i bet it can be hard work. But you know it's easy. Bumbling policies gyco geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy and it's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy visit. Geico dot com. Today that's geico dot com express his all new and all about you with a fresh assortment of casual versatile and super comfortable styles. I already talked about express a little bit before. But i'm gonna tell you about what i just got from them. So i got jared at a little present. And he's actually editing this podcast. So he's going to hear it. But i got him a new jerry jacket which is an amazing quarter a jacket with a super nice little sherpa caller and you know has everything from luxury comfort denham to really versatile tops and they have key pieces with endless style potential there. Their pieces are so versatile. they're amazing sweats. You can style up and out to a nice happy hour that you're safely going to or you can wear them for you. Know a work from home situation there all day comfort. They're my favorite sweats and all this extra. Stretch of flattering fit and amazing details. So check out the cozy holiday style for staying in stepping out or anything in between you can shop express in stores or online right now. The police were able to identify those involved in this fight and they made several arrests and they identify the trigger man to and he was twenty four year. Old peter castio. So who is this guy. Peter costa was from salem massachusetts and he referred to himself as an aspiring rapper and he called himself young. Pete apparently salem. This is the only thing we can find on the internet. So this is his peak in life. In salem people knew he was because as a kid. He was a standout on the salem. Little league team baseball team and people were expecting him to maybe become a professional baseball player. So that's all we really know about castio so the police knew who the likely shooter was. But there was just one problem. The police couldn't find him. And i mean they really couldn't find him. They obtained a warrant and charged him with murder in tandem with their attempts to locate him. And eventually the police discovered that castillo had i fled to new york and then he hopped on a plane and flew to the dominican republic where he had family ties and the police describe casio as a hispanic male five seven weighing approximately one hundred fifty pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Meanwhile stevens family were barely holding it. Together they lost stephen and now on top of that they were dealing with the possibility that is killer being never see justice. We found out belief it was within a month. After stephen had died that he had fled the country. He had drove to new york. The monday after stephen was killed and he flew out of. Jfk to the dominican and bought a one way ticket. After that. i was so the press. Neka like i was in shock for like months. Afterwards it was like just a crazy time that i kinda tries to just put him out of my mind months past then on october. Twenty four two thousand twelve castilla was placed on the us marshals fifteen most wanted list of fugitives. A twenty five thousand dollar reward was offered for information leading to his arrest in america's most wanted aired a segment on the hunt for custodio featuring the charges he was facing for killing stephen peres in cold. Blood how do you best described stephen peres. Junior a decorated war veteran for starters. Stephen just finished his second tour when he found himself back home. The states but tragically for this brave soldier aid soon. Find out that the battle zones of afghanistan iraq would be much safer than his hometown streets of boston. Detectives quickly identified and arrested nearly all the players in this tragedy but unfortunately the alleged shooter remains at large peterka. Steel dislike quick investigative. Work sergeant sullivan was unable to capture steel before he fled boston for new york then boarded a plane to the dominican republic. Aw they weren't able to extradite him. I'm assuming he was staying with his family there. Who of course you do anything for your family. We're probably hiding him. All i could think about in my head was like the beautiful beaches in the dominican and him laying on a beach the frozen drink while where home morning mourning awesome my cousin and my best friend stevens family struggles to keep moving forward with their lives as justice for stephen loomed in purgatory but luckily behind the scenes the us marshals were making slow yet steady progress in terms of locating. The perpetrator did receive information. That led them to believe that steele was living. At address in santo domingo dominican republic and once identified the house the marshalls worked for the dominican. Republic's own fugitive task force. They went to the address in search of him and it turns out it was the craft house but cassia wasn't going to make this easy on anyone and not himself either. He fled the home and a manhunt followed. The entire neighborhood was searched and luckily they did eventually find him hiding nearby so finally castillo was in custody in officially under arrest and charged with first degree murder in unlawful possession of a firearm. He now also faced a federal charge of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution and now it had been at two and a half years stevens murder two and a half years. Castillo gotta live free outside of prison walls. After taking steven prizes life and for those two and a half.

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"stephen our" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

07:44 min | 2 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on The First Degree

"Really weird to get that. After the fact so stephen having set-asides on a law enforcement career clearly. He wants to help people but now he can't do any of the things that he planned for his future because arianna is learning that her cousin and her best friend was dead. So what the hell happened. The detectives from the boston police department were in close. Contact with my mom and my uncle and they're the ones who told us everything and i don't quite remember how quickly we know who it was but they had the footage from the parking garage. The parking garage remonstrate so in the beginning. The police didn't have much to tell them because they themselves were still trying to figure out so trying to wrap their heads around what had happened. And the details are coming in from multiple sources. Several people who had witnessed the events unfold actually took video on their cell phones. There were also surveillance cameras that captured the crime so the puzzle was coming together. Bit by bit and one passer-by had videotaped using her phone from the fourth floor of the tufts medical center garage and she began when she heard the commotion and she stopped right before she heard the first gunshot. And here's what the police gleaned from the various video clips and witnessed it turns out that a night that ended with the horror of stevens murder began with fun laughter in a night out with friends in boston theater district so the theater district is located next to boston's community park and it basically consists about five blocks within boston. Proper in this area has an interesting story in the nineteen forties at over fifty theaters in the area and in the nineteen seventies developers began restoring and renovating these old theaters. So in the theater district modern day there are a lot of fun bars and lounges. And this is the area. Stephen and some of his high school friends decided to go bar hopping on this particular evening. So the group of friends consisted of. Stephen is friend christopher his friends shane friend mike and his friend matt so all those friends. They're going out and they're partying. They're having fun and then at around one forty five in the morning. The start walking back to stephen's car and cars parked in a parking garage near the tufts university medical center campus on fremont street. And there's a lot of energy this evening. There's a bunch of people around bargo returning to their cars and there's just a lot of people walking around a lot of energy in the streets that you really expect to see in a busy city over the weekend and the stephen and his friends approached the car. There are several people walking around a young woman walks by and she was a bottle service. Waitress who just gotten off work at a club that was nearby and the friends. Stop her and ask her if she wouldn't mind taking few pictures of them and she yes no problem. The energy was high. The guys were still having fun and they're winding down from a fun evening out. They just wanted to capture it just enjoying being in their early twenties. But it's at this time that a black car pulls up and comes to a halt. The windows of the vehicle are partially down. And somehow a conversation is started between the occupants of the vehicle and stevens friends who are still standing outside his car. The people inside this car were strangers to stevens group. And it's not clear how a verbal exchange started. The conversation began as an exchange of pleasantries. But after a few moments somehow the energy shifts and what started out as agreeable in a flat exchange transformed into insults being hurled groups so at a certain point the passenger side door of the black vehicle is flung open and a women's sort of barrels out and she's yelling. She's screaming and she starts physically pushing up against stephen and his friends in something we have to address is that reminder. It's almost two am. It's a party night out. It's a friday night and that's closing time for boston. And we have to imagine that many of the individuals involved in this unfolding scenario or likely somewhat impaired by alcohol to a degree because remember these are strangers who had no previously established issues with one another whatsoever so this confrontation that's ensued. This far was as a result of a very quick verbal exchange. Seem to be getting out of hand right and back to what was going on in this parking garage so this screaming woman was becoming more and more upset and she was lunging at these guys that so. The driver of the car was out in front of the car and he tried to convince her to get back into the car. She refused so he tried to physically guide her back into his car. She refused once more and she seemed even more heated as these moments passed on and there were several people in the garage observing this and people honking their horns in an attempt to deescalate the entire situation. Then all of a sudden the driver of the car throws a punch and it lands on. Stephen peres now. Stephen has military training and he was also extremely fit so after he was hit he starts defending himself and the two men start throwing punches and a fight starts. And it's just one on one. And eventually stephen in the man are pulled apart doesn't really seem like there was like a big turning points or anything because they had said that from the videotape that it had cooled down for a little bit so there was a portion of time where nobody was even fighting anymore if you watch the video. It's at this point this woman who seems to be the catalyst just keeps on going and the driver who just gotten a physical scuffle is back as best he can and in the video. You can see that. This guy is also on the phone which is a problem because he's actually calling for reinforcements because the group in the car had just had a night out with several friends who were close by and now they were all going to come back and help these guys in this fight against stephen and his friends and by the way stevens friends had not gotten involved in the fistfight stephen had gotten in with the driver they stood back and let the one on one fight unfold in a fair manner but for a moment after we see the driver of the car on the phone after the men are pulled apart. It seems that the fight is over and it's not until three more men rush the scene that they start throwing punches and things escalate once more. And then i'm assuming that words probably got exchanged again which ensued the fight again. My cousin was backed up against a car and there was two of them fighting him and he was fighting back. And then what started as a fight between two guys erupted into a brawl in in this footage of seems like a tangled not flying fists. They're screaming cursing there's name calling and there are people on the ground being hit and stomped on and then seemingly out of nowhere. There's a gunshot in. The crowd scatters after everyone has run away. What was left with. Stephen perez on the ground bleeding after suffering a shot in the back and following the gunshot. Paramedics and police arrived. They rushed stephen to the nearest hospital but they couldn't save him. He died at twenty minutes later..

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"stephen our" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You. Walk. Made it weird with the homes. Look. What's happening Weirdos? I am so happy perhaps to introduce maybe you already know Stephen Mitchell but for those that don't to introduce this incredible incredible author and spiritual teacher to you guys Steven Mitchell has written some of the best books that I've read certainly in my life and definitely definitely definitely in the last month we talk a lot about most of them We talk about the Gospel according to Jesus which blew my mind changed my life if you have any interest or baggage or history or. Curiosity about historical account of Jesus and what he said and what he probably didn't say and this and that, and like a wonderful then leaning analysis of the story of Jesus, it's just incredible. I've been telling everybody about it and I'm so happy that I got to talk to him about that as well as Stephen's new book, which is called the way of forgiveness, which is just beautifully written and are very, very heartfelt and necessary message. That just is what? We love it. We Love Redemption. We love forgiveness. It's a beautiful story, and again, these are Bible stories told from a Zen leading perspective. So there's no religious agenda. They're just sort of I. Suppose that's my feeling. There's no agenda in religious way. It's just a communicating deep spiritual truths in whatever tradition Stephen finds them. He's also translated the Odyssey he's translated Gilgamesh. He's translated I referenced and read from many times on this podcast, the Dow Day Chang unbelievably life-changing. Stephen Mitchell. So excited for you guys to hear this chat with him. He's also happens to be married to Byron Katie, which was one of my most recent favorite episodes. If you haven't listened to it, check that out. He.

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"stephen our" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Back To Work

"Thanks for much to them for making the show possible. buck buck. Now in the wikipedia photo center Stephen Our super-secret. pedia picture for Chicago style hot dog. They do have the nuclear relish, and it looks like a deal spear. Yeah I've never seen a deal spear on that before, but yeah okay. And let's see the poppy seed Bun. Test positive for the heroines. Look at that Green Nuclear Green. Crazy I remember the first I. Don't remember specifically the first time but I do remember having seen that for the first time I went. I don't think that's safe. No that that looks extent. The fake is looking. Bad, there's there's Sushi fake Sushi in windows in my neighborhood that were made in the eighties that look better than that Oh God. I've seen Magura nicer than that. How is it sometimes? It seems like it's fake when it's in the window and other times, it seems like it's real, and it has some kind of like preserve. This is the thing I must. I don't know I'm treating you like an idiot I i. don't know if you know. It's an art. It's like basically it's incredibly expensive, and as I understand anyway in Japan it's you like hire craftsmen to like. Make your fix Sushi for you. It's a big deal, so it'll just like. You don't just by Melissa and Doug, Kit. I thought they were just painting something over it and leaving it in their sort of too slowly rot for a week, and then they'd put a new one in there. Yeah like when you go to like a locally owned. Family Italian restaurant and they've got live. They're going to entice you in the interest of they're going to entice you with an actual prepared dish of the food that you can order. Yes, and it's just been sitting there for two hours a so weird. I also wanted to point you to some somerset in our channel. which is the cons? Little Ham? See The little him. Wouldn't it be nice for you to get? Out Lil Ham go lil, smokey little allied apostrophe. S. L. I. L. Little Little. Lil Lil Little.

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"stephen our" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:44 min | 8 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"And just plain hilarious. Six million people tune in each week to the Colbert report, Stephen Colbert is an actor playing a character who's also named Stephen Colbert. He's a parody of a loud mouth political pundit. Tonight on next chapter visit the real Stephen Colbert in his hometown of Charleston South Carolina Stephen Almost never does interviews as himself. I found out. He is whip smart, delightful and a loving family man. We met in the charming one hundred fifty year, old home of Steven's mother and father in law. Stevens wife of nineteen years. evy tells me what it's like to be married to one of the most razor sharp comedic minds on television today a hello. Nice to meet you. Stephen Colbert my. Avocados from. Actually grew these. Two. Come in. It's cool. It's cool. So cool. It's better. It's better. You're welcome concert. Come come on and thank you. They're wiping up. Put them in a brown bag wrapping up and they'll be great. He's in my parents hello. Chose well, thank you. Thank you. This is your house. I hear I think it is like out of a magazine. Stephen Heavy celebrated their wedding in this House. It's also where the family gathers every year for Christmas. How much time do you get to spend here? Oh, no! Matter enough. My stupid show keeps me in New York City. My wife keeps on I. I was smart enough to marry a girl from my hometown, so we don't have any debates about where we go. When we have any free time. Christmas vacations just like. Why can't you do that? Show in Charleston South Carolina? Interview the people we grew up with. Them. That would be about it. But this is I grew up in house like this in Charleston, and down the street here about a quarter of a mile, and this is very much like the atmosphere grew up feels charming is Charleston's got charming by the crate load baby. Yeah, you want charm. We'd do it. The world seems confused by you. Won, The world seems confused, not sure where the TV cold bear. Yes, yes. And the real one begins, and now recently I love this quote about you. In The New York Times magazine I think it was in January. They say late late though there has emerged a third Kobe. This one is a version of the TV show. Colbert except he doesn't exist on screen anymore. He exists in the real world and has begun to meddle in it. WHO WILL I be doesn't sound. Dangerous. WHO WILL I be talking to today? I know well. That's an excellent question. I don't I often don't know who people invite to come. You know talk to them because I'm called Stephen Colbert I have a character named Stephen Colbert we both the same social security number of the whole deal. And I don't mind. The audience can't tell who's who at times at time at times on the show in my real life. This is just me right now. This is Stephen Colbert. Not Stephen. Colbert okay, okay, as are we all clear now? I'm clear I. Hope I've made myself for money, yes! So where did the Stephen Colbert of the Colbert report? Where did he come from well? I used to work for this guy named John Stewart Stephen got his start fifteen years ago, working as a correspondent on the late night hit the daily show, it was on that fake news show where he created his alter ego. Stephen, Colbert, coolest news reporter. The character became an instant fan favourite. And love working for and with John, but we used to say what shame that we we're not doing that other form of show, because certainly in Cable News, the king shows are pundit personality shows is so. We started started pretending that we had one. Yes, called the Cobra Poor, but we just ran commercials for it on the show. We did fake promos for the show that didn't exist and people kept calling up and saying. That show going to start I. WanNa. Watch that show so eventually we said. Why don't you just do that show? We've been advertising for two years and and that's how it came about as as an attempt to do a pundit show like Bill O'Reilly. Sean Hannity So, is Stephen Colbert from the Colbert report. Is it just it's O'reilly and other people. It's a combination of O'Reilly would be the biggest example because at least the king. Riley has been number one in Cable News for fifteen thousand weeks running or whatever it is, he's the king. He's Papa. Bear Papa Bear, but there were a lot of other people sort of mixed in when we started like I, like the. I wanted to be sort of shining his new Anderson Cooper. Bright the silver surfer of Cable News. You know just shiny, and you know kind of sexy us a little bit of Geraldo Rivera. Geraldo has a real sense of mission. Yeah, he is a real sense from Geraldo report. He does is changing the direction of this great ship. We call America just. Inch by inch with his will. The level of importance exactly so I want to have that. So that's what the show the show we want to do. Something that was a pundit show were the character was. Well intentioned I'd like to say that he's well intentioned. Poorly informed high status idiot. IDIOT IDIOT! has there been a time when you thought? He crossed the line for instance. Go back to the correspondents' dinner, two thousand six. No, no cross, the line. That's just cut some joke. He cut some jokes I was. Not, a household name then I think you're. Invited if I'd been a household name, I. Think we hadn't even fifty shows. And so I called John, Stewart and I said John I. Just got invited. You know. For the correspondents' dinner. Do you think I should do it? And he said what light to attend and I said No. They want me because they want. Be The guy Next to the president. Do they know what you do and I said I don't know. And I said I think have to do because you have to do it. Right now you have to do it Oh my God! Have you seen the faces of the people? Ever watched only because. I I. watched. I couldn't bring myself to. what you don't understand. People should at home is that there's no Mike on the audience. And that. Unless the people on the dais were laughing or the front row. You couldn't hear any laughter. Three thousand people in the room and it went pretty well. Except the front row, and and the day and the day, s and so it really looked like it was uncomfortable, but it was really enjoyable I really. Had Fun, I had a great time and it wasn't until it was over and I went back to. Actually there was one moment when I looked over at the president, and he didn't seem to be having a good time which upset me. A little bit of wrote him a letter afterwards, saying thank you was an honor. I I hope you enjoyed some level. It was really an eye I will, I will always. I think he couldn't tell.

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"stephen our" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show

"After this. In the morning show. Hey, so we're on the line with Smilin' Stephen Our superstar producer at Q. to Philly Hi Stephen. Life. Whatever Day is. Tuesday. June. Several things first of all thanks for keeping US out in great in in Philly Kyo to. Remind everyone. The station that fired me at one time is. Now, the people the people who fired me acuity have been fired. They brought us back here so excited about that. Actually, how's everything? In philly from last night, I I know the night before was very very very frightening about last night. Another scary lightning night Protest. Your phone. Your phone is Your phone's not good. Turn your head to the left I don't know. There you, can you hear me better so? What I'm hearing is there were peaceful protests, but there was a there was a lawlessness as well. Yeah exactly That's a big thing that they kinda like was that purchasers sat on the vine expressway easily and then police were trying to get them often your gas which protesters where not happy about no of course edition see. Tear Gas, not a happy thing. But I find this the. The sound that you sent us from your your police commissioner. WHOSE NAME IS DANIEL OUTLAW I? Think that's such a great name for a police commissioner. Seized awesome..

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"stephen our" Discussed on ProductivityCast

ProductivityCast

28:10 min | 8 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on ProductivityCast

"Do you give them actually mobile devices so that they can work for locations, or do you have them cable lock to the desk? Can they work if they're on the sixth floor? Can they work in the cafeteria for two hours out of that day if they want to? If you can't handle that? Were there on your property, but they're not not at their desk. Then you are as an organization by no way shape or form ready to even remotely consider. Allowing people the freedom to work. 'cause you're just not mature enough yet. This is generally related to something that we've been kind of talking about. We bring up to Henry Ford. A Hundred Years Ago Henry Ford changed the face of our nation's economy and therefore the facial face of the world's economy. He he really you know. We were in the midst of the industrial revolution, and he decided to cut the workday basically in half he created the eight hour workday by virtue of of his work, and then doubled their pay. So the worker got not only you know one hundred percent pay increase, but they also then had half half the work day, and now they had a leisure time like we had never seen before in history at least in the in modern history, and so here we are in in a in a future time now where we have the highest abilities for. For greater productivity in the workforce and there are people out there like like the example. Stephen Our stall. He was he's. He always says that he's Mark Cuban's Best Shark tank investment. He started the company Tower Paddle tower paddle boards, and he has been using a five hour workday in his company for since its inception in essence he. Shaved off the additional three hours of the standard eight hour workday for his employees and they are. Doing very well a company and so there's this tangential piece here. which is that we are, we are increasing productivity by virtue of greater efficiencies, greater knowledge and experience and better technology. That's helping to facilitate it. Humans having to do the bulk majority of. This work is that humans are necessary. It's just that we're now helping and being facilitated by technology better. And integrating the company better, and so therefore one, we don't have to be in a physical location to do the bulk majority of that work, and at the same time results should matter, and we've we. You've already said that art to a great extent. Right results should matter not time, or you know, but in chair time right and. Once we can decouple those pieces and start to understand them better I highly recommend. Our stole wrote. A book called the five hour workday. And it's up to that in the show notes. It's a great book to really understand the changing face in nature of work and remote work as well as flex work. Policies are becoming a much more ingrained piece of that puzzle that it's. It's no longer fringe benefit. It really is a part of how companies should manifest individuals looking at each person who comes to the company, and said, says okay. Look at this role and look at this individual and how can. Can we match up so that they can be most productive, and if that means them not being physically here then, let's do that now. Let's not let Henry Ford off the hook here, because reason why the reason why he split the workday into to eighty eight hour segments and increase. The pay was to create leisure time so that people could buy his car..

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"stephen our" Discussed on First Take

First Take

11:26 min | 9 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on First Take

"We have to work to inspire to innovate to build new solutions. But for all this work we have to work together at Ziprecruiter. They can connect employers to people every day. And we understand today is different. That's why Ziprecruiter is partnering with First Responders Government officials the medical community the innovators and the manufacturing transportation and food distribution industries to make sure they are finding the right people for the right jobs right. Now let's work together so head over to Ziprecruiter dot com slash work together and rest assured I did not fart during that introduction. Mike moved his chair. Mike might have farted while moving his chair. Though let's start with Stephen Smith you know if you listen to our show that Stephen a Smith is probably our favorite sports journalists. But what you might not know. Is that underneath the wrestling persona underneath the bluster underneath the confidence the swagger and the ego is a real softy. I don't think a lot of people know that he doesn't. He doesn't show a lot of people that and you've grown accustomed to seeing him on television filled with confidence and I don't WanNa say Bravado because the confidence is real but he's also a magical performer on television and one of the things I wanted to talk to you about Stephen. Is that you and I grew up in a journalistic environment of. Don't make yourself the story in. An environment of of be objective have learned to evolve over all of the years and all of the permutations of sports. You're now a knicks fan publicly in emotionally. In a way you never would have been twenty years ago in terms of commentary back when we were not making ourselves part of the story so I just I wanted to talk to you. Sorta about when that change happened. Because you're a journalist. You are at your core. You're absolutely a journalist but you're also a performer. And so when did you start sort of straddling that line? Well I think that you know you're right my my my journalistic background always is always there And I've never hit my phantom but I've never felt the need to because I knew it would never stop me Dan from being objective. It would never like I might be a Nick Fan But I if they suck I was going to say so if they were good. I was going to say so. They could beat Michael Jordan. I was going to acknowledge that Things of that nature and I always. I've always tried to humanize myself. And my contemporaries in this business by just reminded folks. We human like everybody else. We have feelings. The key is to be honest about it a lot of times growing up in this industry as you well know people would try to hide and they called it being objective but they tried to disguise. What their true feelings were and act like that play absolutely no role whatsoever in what they did for living. My message to folks were saying. Excuse me I can be very subjective if I want to be so long as in pursuit of information objectively and I'm honest about my subjectivity. And I saw the industry particularly in two thousand one to answer your question directly. That was where it really changed me. I was very very successful in Philadelphia writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer at I give a lot of credit to my direct competitor. Tatan the late Phil Jazz. Ner For The Philadelphia Daily News passed away from cancer several years ago. His son Andy is still in the business right now but Phil was phenomenal report. Or they did a great great job. You really have to do your homework. Convenient PS and QS. To go up against that guy and I was blessed enough to be very successful where I broke a lot of different stories covering Allen. Absent Larry Brown in Philadelphia. Seventy six and they made that run in two thousand and one I had mentioned in the television like a year and a half before when CNN. Sl Dan I'm ultimately. I was in route to go on a Fox sports as well with Kevin Frazier and Jim Rome at the time and all of those guys but in this particular sequence the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers were making their run to the NBA finals. They WANNA Slough Games Allen. Iverson was a megastar lives at Ruby League. Mvp and I was the one writing stories every single day and breaking stories left and right when it came time for them to make that run the Philadelphia Inquirer basically shoved me aside and said we want you to write your eight hundred word article every day and other than that move the hell out the way essentially so we could do features investigative pieces in-depth in zone pieces per saying whatever in everything that I did did not matter because they were try to sell a press and in there is the more copying content you create for the paper naturally the better off it would be for them. What I thought back then was folks a listening in their cars to folks on the radio and they're watching folks weren't television that is the future and that is what I'm going to folks. So did you see so. Kevin Frazier obviously went literally into entertainment. Tonight Jim Rome has always been a performer. And at one point he was making more money per year. Then most of the athletes. You saw that you saw those guys separate but not just I saw you. You were writing a column for the Miami. You were doing those things and remember even though I was a beat writer ultimately became NBA columnist before becoming a general sports columnist and in two thousand and three. When I was named General Sports columnist it was only like twenty African Americans in American. History who have become general sports columnist. I was the twenty first but I had always aspired to editorialize and give my opinion based off of the information. We had a quiet. You had a license to do that but I saw guys on radio and Television. Who never did any reporting? They had a license to do. So my attitude was why cannot and that's exactly what I'm GONNA do. Not only did I have a license to give my opinion but it pay considerably more money than the newspapers. I've said this is an easy decision. Let me facilitate making that transition. And that's what I saw and so how. How do you juxtapose that against something that you ended up doing that? I didn't see a whole lot of people doing Stephen. Where is you got? No problem coming. After Kevin Durant and headbutting with him in public. This is not this is not the world we came from right. You didn't minded confrontation as a journalist but the idea of coming after Kevin Durant and saying. Hey don't come after me during the pro wrestling thing where you're on television. You know you're on television. You're meant to be a performer. And you coming after Kevin. Durant is good television. And you know it's good television. Noah's good television Dan. I'm not denying any of that. All I'm saying is that that's not the thought process. That's going through my mind when I quote unquote attacked him because to me I was not attacking him personally. I was saying excuse me you one of the greatest players this game has ever seen and you're jumping on the bandwagon to join the team. That just beat you one seventy three games. It's not fair and I had you know the reason odd ow back on that is because people interpreted my comments for me to me. He's got no heart he can't play. It's a softy. No that's not what I was saying it at all what I was saying is you're so great you have taking away. The Competitive Element of sports which to me is unforgivable to any body to do other than competing actually on a basketball court. If you're so dominant like Michael Jordan was like Lebron. James has been from time to time and things of that nature and you just want to people because your skillset mandates that so be it but what we have said if Michael Jordan had joined the bad boy pistons we lost all but now what. I'm what I'm talking about those days when you're on television you're saying don't threaten don't make an enemy out of me. I'm talking about the next step on that. Not just the opinion of. Hey don't do that Kevin Durant. You've ruined competitive balance. Just the television of and the look at me and hey don't threaten me. You have met your rival in the media. You're not bigger than I am. I was saying you know you pissed me off and I'm not going to hide it. Who the hell you think you are coming to me. And obviously I wasn't threatening into a fight or anything like that I lose. My point was is that you clearly are affected by words. You think I've said something you have no idea. There's a lot more to say. That's all I meant by that and I meant it because my whole point was. Don't sit up there and lie on me like for example and again Kevin I Kevin Durant an hour. Fine that that's long past history and we've talked about a face to face privately and publicly. I loved her brother but I was explaining to him where I was coming from and he did the same. When I showed up on his board ruled a show on ESPN plus with him and Jay Williams. But what I was saying at that particular time listening to his words he sat up there and said I don't talk to Steven A. My family doesn't talk to Stephen. Ain't nobody talks. Well I was just which you and forty forty months ago. Your mother was on my show. You brother wanted to come up to ESPN and have me give me talking about. Why are you live? Because you're upset at what I had to say. You were shooting a commercial and ran your mouth leaked out that you were considering other options outside of okay see I found out about it and said look you might be going to La. I was wrong about that because it was ended up being state but it was clear that he was considering strongly considering depart from. Okay see you don't like what I report so you attack me as a journalist and as a person because you didn't like it when you knew I wasn't lying that con- offended me and I didn't appreciate that you want to say I don't you say you didn't talk to me. He didn't get that from me. You wanted to not as any. That's fine when you attack my character. I'm going to respond to that. I don't give a damn what is you've never had an issue confronting people you in fact had a legitimately solid professional and felt like personal relationship with Alan Iverson and yet one of the things I admired about. You is when he seemed to be in legitimate trouble with drinking and gambling. You had no problem going out there and saying look. His friends are really worried about him and Japan. Them OFF. Like pissed off a source. That was important to you. That was always very good to you and a source. Who helped you in your career while we did it. Talk for about two years about two years and I remember there was a time where he never said anything to me about it but there were people that were saying that it was so it was such a hostile situation that Alan Iverson Swamy. They were afraid of what was going to happen. And I found that out I made it a point to fly to Atlanta the find him and had the compensation backing up from anybody and I didn't feel I was wrong and I think that listen as a journalist. People need to understand it every single day. We never report all that. We know the Dan Lever Talk. Talk Talk about the Miami Heat Pat Riley. You could write columns. You can go on your radio show and talk..

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"stephen our" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

09:45 min | 10 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I think really what interests me the most about the Bible first of all Terry on a writer and love the language I listened. I listened to the Bible last year on audio and I think it was like forty hours or forty five hours or something like that. It's not quite as long as the stand on audio but it's pretty long. It stands over a thousand pages and strewn and the Bible was wounded like eight hundred fifty but I love the the language of it particularly the the King James. It's it's beautiful to listen to. Its liquid in its ribs. Make I loved some of the things. Some of the lines that pop up again and again the kind of incremental repetition of it this thing in the Old Testament where they talk about people who will be cut off as men who pisses against the wall and I just think to myself what a way to put it. I mean that is like totally original. And it's it's it's great but the real purpose to me I think is because you see the way that human ethics in human laws developed is particularly interesting to me to go from the Old Testament where people are cut off. Don't suffer a witch to live that sort of thing to the to the New Testament where Christ says I give you a new commandment. Love your neighbor as yourself now. There's nothing like that in the Old Testament so that you see this kind of evolution of human dodd. That's wonderful but the language is great and the other thing. That's great is as you. Listen you fine phrase after phrase that's crept its way into our our language nine. I love that but mostly it's it's the language it's the stories I'm sorry because it reminds me makes me think of W.H. Auden saying thou shalt not read the Bible for its crows. But I have a tendency to do that. I remember when I interviewed you after the publication every book joy land and we were talking about religion. You said at some point. This has got a plan. It's very peculiar and you have to wonder about his personality. I'm wondering if you're feeling that way now with the pandemic well the pandemic could be a lot worse. I mean I don't mean to sound like An Old Jewish grandmother you know all ebay. It could be worse It could be worse. House could be on fire. You know but it's not as bad as it could be. I mean it. There are questions that always come up in. Everybody's mind I've been writing about. This is a character in the new book that I'm working on. Who says after something really terrible has happened to her? She says well everything happens for. A reason and the main character in the book gets very angry about that and says my sister died a terrible death. Please don't tell me that someone else. There's something else who's more important to God in my sister and she was just a stepping stone so that when terrible things happen and of course. I made a career writing about terrible things. There's always the question of why would those things happen? And is the reason for them to happen. And the Nice thing about fiction plotted fiction distort that I write not that my plots are very tightly. Wrapped is that there is a reason we do see that. That's a rational universe. I'm not so sure. We live in a rational universe. If you're just joining us. My guest is Stephen King and his new collection of Novellas is called if it bleeds. We'll talk more after a short break. This is fresh air. In Cherokee nation a feud has been simmering for more.

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"stephen our" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

13:17 min | 10 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Fresh Air

"From whyy in Philadelphia Interior gross with fresh air. Today Steven King tells us about dreaming up a viral pandemic for his nineteen seventy eight novel the stand and now living through a real pandemic. We'll talk about why covert nineteen is like the kind of evil entity king often writes about. He has a new collection of short stories called. If it bleeds the main character of the title story is Holly Gibney who was also in several other king books including the outsider which was adapted into an HBO series. That just ended a few weeks ago starring Cynthia revolt as holly in both stories. Holly has to confront the physical manifestation of Evil Stephen King coming up on fresh air. Life during the pandemic has been feeling like living in a Stephen King novel. So let's see what Stephen King has to say about it. He's my guest. About forty years ago in his novel the stand he wrote about a virus far worse than Cova nineteen ninety nine percent lethal and wiped out most of the population that virus was accidentally released by a lab. Developing Biological Weapons. Stephen King has a new collection of novellas called. If it bleeds that will be published April twenty first. The main character of the title story is private. I highly Gibney who was also a character in several other king books including the outsider which is adapted into an HBO series starring. Cynthia Revolt Holly. The series just ended a few weeks ago and is available for streaming and on demand if you have. Hbo Like in the outsider and if it bleeds. Holly is confronted by a force of evil. Stephen King. Welcome back to fresh air. I am so glad that you are well. Is this pandemic the closest thing you've come to living in one of your own horror stories. Well it isn't it isn't I had a lot of people Get in touch with me. After Donald Trump got elected and said this is just like The dead zone as a character in the dead zone named Greg Olsen who is kind of a an Avatar of the common man and he becomes a state representative and then he rises to the presidency. So this is the second time now that trump is actually president of the United States and there is a pandemic worldwide. I guess that's what pandemic means that it seems almost like those two books have cross pollinated. Somehow it's not very comfortable to be me. I keep Having people say gee it's like we're living in a Stephen King Story and and my only response to that is. I'm sorry it's not your fault. Is there anything surprising you about how you're dealing with the fear and anxiety of the pandemic since you created a far more lethal one? Well the strangest thing to me about the way things have played out is the fact. That people seem to fixated on bathroom. Tissue Toilet Tissue Toilet Paper As the focal point for their anxiety The shelves are totally empty of that stuff. And every time This stuff comes in it disappears again and I asked Somebody at the supermarket What is the deal with this? And they said we have no idea what it is because there's no shortage she's just that people are stockpiling that one particular thing but otherwise you know I see a lot of things that remind me of the stand obviously there's not been a worldwide panicked but in the stand People kept saying to the American public in the world public. Don't worry about this. It's just the flu everything's Okay and so when things and people die trying to escape from the city and the roads are crammed with Dead vehicles. None of that is happening. But when you see pictures of Times Square in New York or the freeways in Los Angeles you say yeah. This is really a something that we've never seen in our lifetime and I should mention if you want to hear Chapter Eight. It's it's on Youtube. The audiobook version of Chapter Eight which describes how the virus is spread in the standard on Youtube. But in the end the president says and we'll have a vaccine in a week. Are you reminded of things that you're hearing the kind of underplaying a fear and the optimism about how yeah we got a solution right around the corner? Here's the thing about covert nineteen something like. This was going to happen It was inevitable that this would happen When I wrote the stand I think it was in nineteen. Seventy eight and seventy nine right around. That time I went to rush door the new book if it bleeds is dedicated to Russ because after he retired from. His job is a physician's assistant. He worked for me as a research assistant for many years. In the stand was the first project we worked on together. And I said I'm looking for a virus that would be deadly. And he said well. The common flu keeps changing. It's a shifting adage in virus so that the shot never works two or three years in a row because the flu changes and you get sick and you have to get a new shot while there's no shot for covert nineteen yet because this is something that just sort of burst out upon us but it was bound to happen. Do is never any question that in our society where travel is escape bowl of daily life that sooner or later it was going to be a virus that was going to communicate to the public at large. So what you end up with is first of all we had a president and we had an administration was in total denial about this for the first vital period of time. Let's say January February March where the president is saying things like. Well don't worry about it. It's really no more than the common cold and his cheerleaders on the right side of the political spectrum are jumping in. And the most insidious thing about it is that you don't have just one typhoid Mary who can spread this because the disease is communicable but not active in that one particular person. You have huge numbers of people who are carrying this and they feel terrific. They're out there. So that for instance when President Trump says well. I'm not going to wear a mask. You might want to wear a mask. You might not. I'm not GonNa say that you should but probably you showed that sort of thing. The thing that that is not addressing is the fact that you don't wear a mask because you're afraid somebody else will make you sick. You wear masks because you might be a carrier and you might make them sick so this is a very difficult disease. I want to get back to how you're dealing with a pandemic. After having created one over forty years ago for novel you created like a worse case scenario pandemic that kills most of the population and then society has to basically rebuild itself. So like you built in fear. I mean you write horror stories. You write things intended to scare people. So how are you dealing with living with fear and anxiety? Well short answer to that is. I'm not what I'm living with and what I suspect. A lot of people are living with right. Now is cabin fever. Everybody sees the news reports. They see the hospitals that are crammed but they also understand that for most people. If they catch this thing they're gonNA kick the body is going to kick it out this going to be some mild symptoms. And then it's going to go away. You just hope that your on the good side of that equation and the odds are stacked in the favor of people who are going to get corona virus and survive it on the other hand. We realized that there are people out there. Like Adam Schlesinger. Who is one of my favorite composers who One of the founders and one of the creative forces behind fountains Wayne and he died at the age of fifty two so that it can happen. We all hope it won't happen to us and we take reasonable precautions but to be in the House Day. After Day all I can say is. I've made wonderful progress on a novel because there's really not too much to do and it's a good way to get away from the fear. It's not panic. It's not terror that I feel that I think most people feel it's a kind of gnawing anxiety where you say to yourself. I shouldn't go out if I do go out. I might catch this thing or I might give it to somebody else. I WANNA get packed with the idea of a virus. You know you write horror stories and a virus kind of perfect like you said you know viruses are shape. Shifter's they keep like the flu. Virus keeps changing every year too. That's why we always need new vaccines and viruses aren't exactly alive. Because they can't they need some kind of living cell to inhabit in order to survive so I think scientists say that viruses aren't really alive or somewhere between alive and dead. That's sounds kind of like a horror story. And the fact that they live in us and like we are their hosts and then they make sick and in some cases can kill us. That really like. That's the kind of thing you could have invented from scratch but viruses are real. Do you think of virus as being just like the essence of a horror story in how in how they work in us. Yes I do you know for years. I add one. Thank you see them like you. Sometimes about the kind of evil that like it can manifest itself in a presence it can manifest itself in a person but it exists as an entity exists just as pure evil to And with a virus like the entity you can't you can't see it unless it's an an body. I mean you could put it under a microscope but without a microscope. You can't see it you don't know it's there but it is that's like a horror story to it is and When you were talking about viruses not being alive or dead This really is like one of those Zombie movies. It's been living in the night of the living dead in a sense because the virus is just what it is which is something that's almost incomprehensible to us and it's incomprehensible science to which is one of the reasons why. I think people have to watch out for quack cures. That is because it's invisible because we can't see it. We hear these things on the news where they're saying. Look if you have to go out. Make sure that you don't touch your face when you come back and make sure you wash your hands. Be careful about taking off your shoes and when you take your shoes off put in a certain place and then wash your hands because you can get the virus on your shoes so that after a while I think that a lot of people in America maybe even a majority of people in America are living almost like Howard Hughes who had a article thing where all washing our hands. And it's easy to imagine Terry think of this. They could be on your hands right now. Germs viruses like wagon.

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"stephen our" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"W-well GO Morgan. Welcome Armchair expert. I'm Dan Shepard. I'm joined by EMMY NOMINATED MONSTER MOUSE. You good are you good. I'm so grateful to be quarantined with you. It's Fun Yeah. We really lucked out. I feel so bad for the folks that are just straight up by themselves. Quarantining could have been me could have been you but boy oh boy. Do I have a long list of gratitude for so many things? We had. One of the best conversationalist we've ever had this motherfucker Stephen Dubner. He can talk about any topic you throw at him. You'll know a little bit about it. He will and we did talk about every topic. Really go out a lot of tangents and it's fun Oh we I love talking to McCain Devon back so Stephen Dubner courses in award winning author journalist and podcast and radio host is the CO author of one of my favorite books of all time freakonomics. I'm sure many of you have read it as it reached millions and millions of people. Globally he also has the very fascinating podcast freakonomics radio which is a huge huge hit and we are just delighted to shoot the shit with him. We hope you'll enjoy and we're hope you're staying safe and well fed in your ass as well wiped pleasing joy Stephen Dubner. We are supported by policy genius. Now there are things we look back on and think. How did I get it so wrong? It might be wearing multiple polo shirts and popping all the collars donating to Kony two thousand twelve or dating. That one person that one time you know the one. We're always going to get things wrong. That's just life. There are also things we can get right on the first try like shopping for life insurance..

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"stephen our" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"W-well GO Morgan. Welcome Armchair expert. I'm Dan Shepard. I'm joined by EMMY NOMINATED MONSTER MOUSE. You good are you good. I'm so grateful to be quarantined with you. It's Fun Yeah. We really lucked out. I feel so bad for the folks that are just straight up by themselves. Quarantining could have been me could have been you but boy oh boy. Do I have a long list of gratitude for so many things? We had. One of the best conversationalist we've ever had this motherfucker Stephen Dubner. He can talk about any topic you throw at him. You'll know a little bit about it. He will and we did talk about every topic. Really go out a lot of tangents and it's fun Oh we I love talking to McCain Devon back so Stephen Dubner courses in award winning author journalist and podcast and radio host is the CO author of one of my favorite books of all time freakonomics. I'm sure many of you have read it as it reached millions and millions of people. Globally he also has the very fascinating podcast freakonomics radio which is a huge huge hit and we are just delighted to shoot the shit with him. We hope you'll enjoy and we're hope you're staying safe and well fed in your ass as well wiped pleasing joy Stephen Dubner. We are supported by policy genius. Now there are things we look back on and think. How did I get it so wrong? It might be wearing multiple polo shirts and popping all the collars donating to Kony two thousand twelve or dating. That one person that one time you know the one. We're always going to get things wrong. That's just life. There are also things we can get right on the first try like shopping for life insurance..

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"stephen our" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"stephen our" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"It's it's Dave Dave done that through hard work work clear understanding of their numbers and nothing extraordinary right. Then there's no there's no part of the story that is that is them getting lucky or you're taking advantage of it up a big opportunity. It's just them being knowing their numbers having a plan and then designing exactly what they wanted from their lifestyle And I think you're GonNa really they enjoy the show. I agree one hundred percent. I love hearing their story. Because like you said it's so repeatable it is so oh doable if you are just hunches of where you're spending your money and I think that's one of the core components of their story is look. We don't don't make a lot of money but we also don't spend a lot of money and that allows us to do what we want to do and learn and Stephen Our guest today. They're going to be started. Going entering twenty twenty in a position capable of sustaining semi-permanent retirement at the ages of twenty nine and thirty. And that's an incredible lifetime achievement for them and I don't know it's just it's it's it's a great inspiring show to to end the close out. twenty nine thousand nine here ear and get started on your goals and twenty twenty. Well and what's the worst case scenario for their current choices. They looked back and get get a job there. Worst case scenario is your everyday life Scott. Their worst case scenario is by everyday life. It's everybody else's everyday the daily life to quote Joel from F. I one eighty yet again. They're taking a chance. And maybe the stock market is gonNA correct and their air network goes down. It's not gonna go to zero instantly and it'll recover. Most likely past. Performance is not indicative of future gains and Blah Blah Blah. Yeah but they have so much time and what they're doing now is cash flowing their their life and they just they get to do whatever they want to do. And that's just the best but before I go ahead and tell their entire story Scott. Let's hear note from today's show sponsor no matter what kind of property you invest in. There's always a time that goes into it months of planning labor and a lot of money. That's why it's important to.

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"stephen our" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

23:19 min | 1 year ago

"stephen our" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Percentage probiotics out there don't colonize your as they claim still research shows we need good bacteria to fight the bad ones so what the solution well I wanna tell you about a single wight coats elaborate technicians so I think a lot of relatives come on the line right yeah pardon there are less of those on the line be with massive accounting and you know advertising that allow they've ship that out look we're not the bottom line is this we are not losing in the last couple of months we've lost manufacturing we're kind of proud of that and apparently because we are you you mentioned factories leaving the United States and of course there was some of that no question they were going to China they were going to Mexico they were going to India one of the reasons we cut the business tax rate was to try to take Arkham more attractive place to invest in and we think that that's helped save a lot of these jobs well I want to get into the China China problem second but before I'll let you talked about France so don't lose that at the time here to La and I became enamored with this new technology this is the way I put it is that these crypto currencies are the next big thing and you know it's maybe a little bit of next generation but not much to say the just like the Internet in terms of how it's going to change the way we transact in terms of you know transactions that happen I buy something from when you buy something for me more and more it's going to be digital currency that's going to make those transactions so it's not gonna be dollar paper dollar bills and what's cool about this is and I it appeals to me because I'm kind of a libertarian I don't like government as much out of my life as possible so this is a girl said Libertarian and so I'm a I like the idea breath getting rid of the government monopoly over currencies and right now you know you've got central bankers we started this conversation about talking central banks that are making all the decisions about what interest rates and being what's this and that and now that you've got the these private currencies that do an end run around government and criminal the crypto currency they are electron currency's fractious the one that I've signed up with because I think they've got great technology but the cool thing about this is now you can make transactions and guess what it's no longer the government's business can't track these things you know I'm a privacy guy too I don't want the government knowing what I bought it you know how much for my house or what about for this or that so it's a it boss also one of the practical reasons this is gonNA take off as more and more transactions happened digitally You want to buy something Amazon you just use a fraction currency you can buy the stuff and there's no transaction costs you know if you use a credit card or use you know pay pal or these other kinds of you know payment systems you pay sometimes the three or four percent you know charge for that somebody does so this yeah well ultimately the pays it right and so that this is really a knee the new frontier for the digital age and I there's no question that we're GONNA see crypto currencies it's the question of which ones are going to win out now you may have heard of as a libra the facebook now they're the big eight hundred pound gorilla released they were although they've the last month or two has not gone well for that a lot of companies are dropping out of libra for one it or not I thought it was about the developing countries we're going to be their currencies actually the biggest problem I think that libra has faced and facebook is the government regulators are saying you know they might regulate them out of existence this look when you have a a a new movement like this that is you know subverting the impact of the Federal Reserve Board Sec the commodities Futures Trading Corporation you know they don't like the international monetary exactly exactly do you think those people listen to power the sure that but I mean if it really would help humanity I'm sure they would want to help bring have more trust you think that you know the nature of government bureaucratic institutions is to preserve their tariffs and and so I do think that they not look I mean I'm not saying they're all bad people I'm just saying that they do view this as a threat to their fiefdoms I mean you know the Federal Reserve They WanNa run the monetary policy in the world they don't want other currencies they're outside of their country aw so explain to people how crypto currencies work and what's up with yours so ours is basically based on the dollar so it's what what's unique about the the Franks technology is that it it's a dollar for dollar so you get one dollar for you know in other words you you you give me a dollar you get a dollar francs it's it's pegged to the dollar so the dollar goes up or down at it moves without the whereas the libra for example was based on a basket of currencies and we think that the dollar is more stable Roland value. It goes back to the question why do you have why do you have a currency why do you have dollar bills in your pocket or in your bank account because if if you didn't believe that it was going to the money was going to retain his value you wouldn't do that you'd hold gold or something else and so we believe the fracture will be a very stable currency in fact we call the stable currency because it'll always be pegged to the dollar the dollar been pretty stable over the last thirty years in value it's not perfect but it's certainly been pretty stable currency that's how it became the global currency and so you now will trade in your dollars for frocks you can make all sorts of digital purchases with your facts currencies you don't pay any transaction fees the it doesn't have keep can't keep track of what you're buying and how much you're paying for things and so there's a practical reason why people would want to do this by the way talking to ask Sam Katzman who's the CEO of company today and he was saying you know he thinks the big for international transactions if you buy something in Germany or you buy you know you're talking about ladies they're buying things overseas all the time this this is a very practical way of of buying these these product you might save significant amounts of it's two percent of a major trade yeah you better believe it yeah and but I thought part of cryptocurrency was letting it float that that was part of the that's the interesting thing I mean it's a good question so what everybody most people are familiar with is something bitcoin yesterday you know well this is the problem with bitcoin and bitcoin remember it goes back to what I just said you have a current see the the purpose of current Global Westminster's dictionary is to hold value over time so it's so it's a good means of exchange if if you've got a currency that's one up and down and up and down and up and down it loses its practical function and so I would argue right now bitcoin is not really a currency what is this a speculative people are just buying it to speculate that will go up in value at out you know they're they're they're shortening because they think is going to go down but it's not really being used as a you people don't use bitcoins in transactions the way Franks would be because it's too volatile and price with assumption that it would stabilize eventually well you know it's funny I I think that there was a huge rush at the beginning because people thought it was cool as you had this new currency but it wasn't pegged Danny and so it became you know you'd have Russia people buying it and its price would go up and then people go no you know just in the fall in price and you know it's like a stock you know that was going on up and down and that's not what she wanted auditing really is where it was going that look for you know bitcoin people invested at the very beginning with bitcoin meet a lot of money if you bought it two years ago you didn't make a lot of money he's actually following yeah so does it work the same way by the computer to computer or digital by the way I have not you're GonNa have to get the the computer guys done literally thousands of hours of coding to make this thing work to make sure that for example one issue is how do you make sure that you don't inflate the currency that's a so many shows hey I've got one hundred thousand facts you know I just found him no you have to you it's very technical stuff you have to mind these you you know in other words you have to find them on the Internet and you have to you have to pay you know amount of money is you know for them and so they they are technical logically stable on price and you're the CEO is CEO oh I'm a CO founder. CEO is Sam Katzman. Yeah so I I'm one of the CO founders they understand th all this blockchain staff and all of the stuff with the digitalized everything being digital it's it's the new age and I believe five years I'm now if you have me back we'll it'll be a very common thing that people views you know you'll use dollar bills if you go to the seven eleven you know buy a soda but for your Internet Taylor yeah yeah so so what do you want people to do well it'll be sometime in the next few months it'll be operational people should check it out it's fractious dot financed and you know it's a great way to just you know keep your shelter your money from the government to to have a way of making your transactions on the Internet and we think it could be you know tens and tens of billions of dollars of France being traded every day how do you buy it well that's a good question dollar bills into your computer you know you'll have to it's a key that's complicated process you you'd have to have other if another cryptocurrency new trade that in for facts and it's so it's a complicated process but there's a real network effect in other words I it's going to be tough going at first but once it gets bigger and bigger what we want is Excu can buy your books in your produce and all these things with facts that would be gigantic from just talking to them so we are we're talk with all the major retailers they're interested I mean they're they're interested coming I do I think but look at some point as this catches on they're going to have to take frank's right because people.

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