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"teh" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Taiwan vice president and top candidate for President Lai Ching Teh will stop in the U .S. next month to en route to South America. They call it a transiting. Abortions in Iowa will for now remain legal up to 22 weeks into pregnancy after a judge temporarily blocked the state's new after six -week abortion plan. And Georgia court has rejected the Trump bid to block the grand jury report, another loss for Trump, meaning the legal process and whether he can be prosecuted or charged or indicted can continue. In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter. All right, back to you, Bonnie. All right, Ed, thank you for that. It is time now to listen to a little bit of what Kathy Wood had us, to say to another of the day's top interviews. We heard earlier from the CEO and CIO of ARK Invest. In a wide -ranging conversation she discussed advancements in AI as well as her concerns with deflation. Wood Here's speaking with Bloomberg's Carol Masser and Matt Miller. It's very interesting that Chinese Chinese deflation is so their price prices are down according to the CPI .4 5 % year -over -year and I do believe they are going to export it over time so yes we do think we're going to see price deflation but there are two flavors of deflation there's good and there's bad the good deflation has to do with innovation and we centered have our research around five major platforms all of which are technologically enabled and deflationary and they're becoming a bigger part of the pie electric vehicle sales for example Tesla is making sure that it's passing along the cost declines from its drive electric drive trains to consumers so that it can sustain demand anything having to do with innovation the best companies are going to pass those costs along to the consumers and so i think you're going to see much broader base deflation in not only the transportation sector but perhaps everywhere because artificial intelligence training costs AI training costs popping get this seventy percent per year seventy percent per year now that's the good deflation is causing booms inactivity but we do know that disruptive innovation will disturb or disintermediate the traditional world order think electric vehicles and gas -powered vehicles you know these auto companies ninety to ninety five percent of their revenues still are tied to the internal combustion engine so Kathy when people talk about AI I do you think it's going to up and the labor market substantially the history of technology over time is that it's a net job creator in short the term you'll see some displacement you'll need some retraining but to I remind like people about the Internet in the early days of the Internet when we're trying to figure out what it was and how it was going to work we had no idea about uber or B businesses &B that could not exist without the Internet and I think the same is going to be true in the AI world as well I think it's going to be a tremendous boon to productivity it is the equivalent for knowledge workers of the assembly line in the industrial age this is the new assembly line and you know what happened because of the original assembly line well a lot of people left left the farms and there are a lot of farmers then and moved into businesses and activities that they didn't dream were possible before that and I think the same will prove true now and that was Kathy Wood CEO and CIO of ARK Invest we have your world business headlines coming up so this is Bloomberg you I'm casting live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York Bloomberg 1130 to Washington DC Bloomberg 99 .1 to Boston Bloomberg 1061 to San Francisco Bloomberg 960 to the country Sirius XM Channel 119 and around the globe the Bloomberg Business App and Bloomberg Radio .com this is Bloomberg Daybreak Asia and it's 828 a .m. in Hong Kong I'm Bonnie Quinn and I'm Brian Curtis is trading underway in selected key markets around the region at the moment we're seeing some gains here the MSCI Asia -Pacific index is up about three -tenths
"teh" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ching, Lai Ching Teh I should say, stop will in the U .S. next month in route to South America. Abortions in Iowa will for now be illegal up to twenty two weeks in the pregnancy after a judge temporarily blocked the state's new after six abortion week ban. South Korean president Yoon Suk -yol has headed to the storm battered towns of South Korea as the latest downpours left at least forty people dead. The deadly flooding in the eastern seaboard stretching from Vermont down to the Carolinas. Warning from Senator Richard Blumenthal that this could affect produce quality and onity now and into the future. New York's air quality drops again as Canadian wildfire smoke returns. Thai pro -democracy leader PETA will attempt a second time to become the nation's prime minister. This after his last trial week was thwarted. Georgia court has rejected the Trump bid to block the grand jury report and other laws for Trump. This is a CNBC report. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Alright, let's check on sports with Bloomberg's Dan Shoresman. Alright Dan, is PSG after a Premier League star now. Yeah, absolutely, Ed. With Tottenham's star, Harry Kane reportedly not willing to sign a contract extension and looking to leave North London, sources say PSG has decided to enter the race to sign the soon -to -be 30 -year -old besides Bayern Munich. While PSG believes the England captain prefers going to the Bundesliga giants, the League of One champs are prepared to offer more money to disperse to get Kane. Bayern has already had two offers rejected for Kane and are considering making third a offer of €90 million, which would still fall short of what Tottenham is looking for. Sources say that Manchester United and star forward Marcus Rashford have verbally agreed to a new five -year contract. The Daily Mail reports that the deal is for £375 ,000 per week. That's a raise of £125 ,000 per week. The 25 -year -old scored 30 goals in
"teh" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"By the way, so like all of these picks so far, we had some inkling in terms of what was going to happen, right? Like I had it narrowed down to Portland, shade and sharp or Dyson Daniels. Indiana, we felt like Ben Mather in all likelihood, some potential for weirdness. We knew the pistons liked Jade and IV Keegan Murray, Ben Mather, and we knew that the pacer or we knew that the kings had potential take Egan Murray or Jade and ivy. I don't know what the spurs are doing here. I've heard. I don't either. Don't ask me. I've just heard a lot of different names, basically, is what I would say. Yeah, obviously you're gonna have some big stuff because you call portal is a free agent next year. That could happen. You've had the Jean teh Murray I was yelled at crawling on delonte Murray. I apologize for his fans. I love you. Love Josh primo forever. He's been mentioning trade talks, polo, who knows what they do. So to add kind of another swing man, I've argued they've had so many of those guys in a two, three mold could add some shooting, like that wouldn't surprise me if you had a shooter here, but I would go shoot her a big. Jeremy sohan feels like a spurs Y pick doesn't mean it happens, but he feels like. Honestly, just on paper. But I will say, I've heard some like, you know who's really spurs the Johnny Davis. Yes, yes. He is. Like. It's like they just did the trade of pushing out dark white, taking in from your life, because they wanted more room, time, flexibility, and that's when primo, all can inside was in the G league. Now he's going to be expected to produce a little bit. Do you take another guard in that mold? I wouldn't I go with somebody a little bit bigger, but we'll see the pick is in here. This one is, I've said this about 8 pics. I really like this one. I don't have an inkling on which way.
"teh" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Russia had to be you know a little cognitive dissonance built into that Well I think it was very exciting and refreshing They did so a bit of foreign movies in Russia It was not that close I saw Star Wars on Russia too So there was a little bit of cultural flow So I did always want to go to America There was no question in my mind since I was 6 years old I considered myself America Like it was deep in my heart that I'm belong only in one country in the United States that was not a negative statement in Russia at all It was not even about politics fully like I mean and also like I always loved Russian poetry and literature and architecture and many aspects of the culture But I always felt that I belonged in the United States There was never a doubt in my mind I don't know how I knew it but I knew it since I was a little kid And how did you go how did you end up at JPMorgan Well I was at bankers trust and I started trading fixed income derivatives This is very important to understand that I most of my mathematician friends went to do some kind of quantitative work on Wall Street I never did I went straight into trading that was my interest I always said if I want to do research I would stay in the math department Even if it pays less money about the lifestyle would be worth it But by 2003 you're mentioned in The Wall Street Journal as the star trader of JPMorgan tell us about that How did that feel being recognized for your trading skills At that time I did not really appreciate so much the value of publicity And I did almost no networking and almost no publicity So I moved the proprietary desk in 2002 from because after I did really well with my market making businesses in 2001 and build them up really well There was a global currency on commodities group in the merged JPMorgan Chase Bank By the way this group ended up to be extremely successful Going forward and they offered me the shift there and move a macro portfolio because even with my client portfolios I was more and more focusing on macro factors And then it was on one side exciting and I know my parents were excited about showing this article But on the other hand I was like a little disturbed that there is a link on somebody knows something about my positions that they should not Interesting And I was not really seeking publicity And I was a little shy of publicity honestly after that I don't think it was like a bad lick It was a very positive article There was nothing mean or negative in it and there was nothing wrong about it But that was just a little nervous about publicity after that Let's look at that timeline So this was back in 2003 how much longer did you stay at JPMorgan for and when did you launch your fund Well I stated JPMorgan in early 2007 And then so it's been quite a while It's now 15 years that I've been doing various things on my own But I not always run business as I said one fund and which actually did not work out And I talk about this a lot in my first book the next perfect trade about my first found and kind of mistakes that were made there And things like that it was called cloudy capital And then I for a few years basically was running my own money And then I contacted was created around 2015 and started the date outside money around 2016 Since you mentioned let's talk a little bit about that fund tell us about the genesis of the name hante which you describe in the book the trades of March The Japanese term it originates from the game of go and hon means truth and teh means move So the true move but the context on which it's used as sometimes in a game you may move which is not the most flashy or aggressive but what they call an honest.
"teh" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"My mind since I was 6 years old I considered myself American Like it was deep in my heart that I'm belong only in one country in the United States That was not a negative statement in Russia at all It was not about politics fully like I mean and also like I always loved Russian poetry and literature and architecture and many aspects of the culture But I always felt that I belonged in the United States There was never a doubt in my mind I don't know how I knew it but I knew it since I was a little kid And how did you go how did you end up at JPMorgan Well I was at bankers trust and I started trading fixed income derivatives That's very important to understand that I most of my mathematician friends went to do some kind of quantitative work on Wall Street I never did I went straight into trading that was my interest I always said if I want to do research I would stay in the math department Even if it pays less money about the lifestyle would be worth it By 2003 you're mentioned in The Wall Street Journal as the star trader of JPMorgan tell us about that How did that feel being recognized for your trading skills At that time I did not really appreciate so much the value of publicity And I did almost no networking and almost no publicity So most of the proprietary desk in 2002 from because after I did really well with my market making businesses in 2001 and build them up very well there was a form of global currencies on commodities group in the merged JPMorgan Chase Bank By the way this group ended up to be extremely successful going forward and they offered me the shift there and more the macro portfolio because even with my client portfolios I was more and more focusing on macro factors And then it was on one side exciting and I know my parents were excited about showing this article But on the other hand I was like a little disturbed that there is a link on somebody knows something about my positions that they should not Interesting And I was not really seeking publicity And I was a little shy of publicity honestly after that I don't think it was like a bad lick It was a very positive article There was nothing mean or negative in it and there was nothing wrong about it But I was just a little nervous about publicity after that Let's look at that timeline So this was back in 2003 How much longer did you stay at JPMorgan for And when did you launch your your fund Well I stated JPMorgan in early 2007 And then so it's been quite a while It's now 15 years that I've been doing various things on my own But I not always run business as I said one fund and which actually did not work out And I talk about this a lot in my first book the next perfect trade about my first found and kind of mistakes that were made there And things like that it was called cloudy capital And then I for a few years basically was running my own money And then I contacted was created around 2015 and started the date outside money around 2016 Since you mentioned let's talk a little bit about that fund tell us about the genesis of the name hante which you describe in the book the trades of March The hunte is a Japanese term it originates from the game of go and Han means truth and teh means move So it's a true move but a context on which it's used as sometimes in a game you may remove which is not the most flashy or aggressive but what they call an honest move like what.
Guerrero, Streaking Jays Drop Sliding Yanks From Top WC Spot
"The blue jays have a seven game winning streak after teh Oscar Hernandez singled home the tie breaking run in the seventh inning of Toronto's six three victory over the Yankees blue jays manager Charlie mon Toyo she was doing great our defense is doing great and often is doing this cordon off runs to win games so yeah we we're we're clicking on all everybody's doing something good to win games Vladimir Guerrero junior capped the scoring for the jays with his forty first home run Marcus Semien hit a two run single and scored the go ahead run to help the blue jays overcome Brett Gardner's game tying three run Homer in the fifth the Yankees have lost five straight and nine of eleven dropping them a half game behind the red Sox for the first AL wild card the jays are now within one and a half games of New York I'm Dave Ferrie
"teh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I think you start if you start one and to this team starts one and two with the Giants, Jaguars and Jets. I think you're looking at a situation where they're going to put your lock in the game and say, All right, it's your turn. Let's take the risk. And see if you know the young quote unquote gun slinger can get us back into into contention. Because again, you look at this coaching staff. You look at Vic Fangio. Their jobs are on the line this season. In my opinion, I think you they they have to win this year, and some say they might even have to make the playoffs this year for those guys to keep their jobs, So I think that It's a situation where, um, you know if they start one and two, which means man, if they start one and two world mean it's going to be maybe a rough season if that happens, But, you know, I think that's a situation that drew lock could be in there or even down the line. Maybe they go through, you know, and then they started losing. Maybe they lose three or four in a row. You're looking at a situation that You know, they put Drew in there, but I think the other scenario that could happen is You know, maybe they win 10 games and they make the playoffs and they lose. And maybe they go and try and drafted rookie quarterback and Teddy kind of be that bridge guy. Um, you know for him so I think that it's a tough answer. The questions are tough question to answer. But, um, that's kind of the way that I look at it. Yeah, I think you might be onto something there last one here for you really appreciate the time as always, George. You reported in your article that there are four teams had serious interest in Teddy Bridgewater. Besides the Broncos, Bridgewater ultimately had final say, and the Broncos with the team. That he chose. It's kind of a multipart thing here. But first of all, why do you think Teddy Bridgewater in your opinion has that kind of draw when we're thinking about the kind of middle tier two back into your quarterbacks in the league? And and what Is the what is the purpose? In your opinion of bringing in teh Bridgewater to any team like if they're bringing in? If you have that many teams what do you think Their purpose is to bring him in as a starter? Or as more of a guy? That's a bit of the bridge? Yeah, so so I know based on my reporting Those four teams. Those situations all would have been very similar to the Broncos in terms of coming in and having to compete for the starting job. None of those teams guaranteed him starting position and some teams. I think some of those four teams, in fact told him that he would likely be the backup, which I think played a part in him wanting to go to the Broncos because we had a chance. Obviously the starter and then also win, But but I think the interest in him especially with those teams, and you know, I I don't know which for those were. I just know that there was four. But I think the reason there's some interest there or was some interest there. As you look at his leadership qualities. I I know that that's talked a lot about and and a great person, But I think he's just a guy that you want in your locker room, no matter what he does on the field. Obviously, you don't want a bad quarterback. But he's clearly serviceable and as as much as people want to point to Carolina acid is still serviceable, serviceable quarterback even if He's not your starter, but I think it's bigger than that. In the terms of he's the guy. You want your locker room. He's a guy that can mentor young young young quarterbacks. Maybe it's a rookie. Maybe it's a guy like Drew lock who struggled early in his career. He's just the guy that I think a lot of organizations probably looked at, it said. You know what? I don't know if he if he's the future of this franchise if he's if he's a starter, even this next season for our franchise, but we just want a guy like that in our locker room. And, you know, I think it's hard to come by, you know, quality quarterbacks that that you know, have as much experience as he does and use him as either a backup or a guy that Can come in and play a guy's hurt to start the season or whatever it may be. I think that that was the insurance the interest. I drew a lot of teams in awesome, George Fantastic article. Like I said, I can't recommend it enough. We'll check it out right now. Teddy Bridgewater hosted the Broncos answer at quarterback here in Denver, and you can find it at the gazette dot com. Good stuff, man. Appreciate you have fun tonight. Awesome. Thanks, guys. I will. I'll have a good time. Yeah. Thanks. George Doyle. There you at George Toya on Twitter. We'll get that interview of the Broncos country tonight dot com. Let me throw this out of you, Ben. If Teddy Bridgewater gets the Broncos back into the playoff hunt, maybe even back into the playoffs. We're talking about that in December. Where is he? Playing next year. There's a big difference between the playoff hunt in the playoffs. He gets his team back in the playoffs. I think he gets another year. I think they draft the quarterback, but I think he gets another years as the bridge. If they're in the hunt, but they don't make the playoffs. I think your head coach, your office, a quarter and quarterback are all gone and you're starting to scratch with whatever the new staff wants. Wow, So it's that's a that's a pretty significant. This is a huge bet. Vic Fangio and Pat Shurmur. Their jobs essentially and there, you know, are on the line with this. This Teddy Bridgewater decision and Teddy has to come through and take them to the playoffs. Wow, So, but that's that's kind of a tough not say It's a tough ass, and that's an impossible ask. I'm saying that from where they're coming from is a five win team to say if you're not a playoff team based on the quarterback you chose and everything were put around you. Because it might be drew lock at some point, and he might even be the quarterback that's holding them into the playoffs at the end of the year. Two. That's what that's the thing is. If a quarterback pulls them to the playoffs, whichever one it is that one might still be around. Um, the other one won't be okay. That's interesting. So it's a bit of a hunger games kinda deal here. I mean, if you want to look at it that way way you're not like that about per sources at Albright NFL. One of these quarterbacks is goose. Wow..
"teh" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Wind range running. 4 to 3. The final score. Jim Powell on Braves radio. Jacob deGrom gave up a season high three runs all in the first inning still struck out 14/7 the ER A at 0.95. The Bruins. The Brewers have won nine in a row beat the Pirates, 72 is their longest winning streak. In seven years, seven straight wins for the Red Sox. They pounded the Royals 15 1 hitting four home runs. KC has lost nine straight. The Astros got a grand slam from Jose Altuve as they topped the Indian 70 to the All Star starters, announced Vlad Guerrero Jr. The leading vote getter, one of three Blue Jays who will start in the American League, along with Marcus Imean. In teh Oscar Hernandez. Other names Shohei Otani is going to be the D H and the L. Ronald Acuna Jr. Fernando Totti's junior highlight the National League, the pitchers and reserves they'll be announced on Sunday. The Jets have signed veteran offensive lineman Moses Morgan, who started every game for Washington each of the last six seasons. Speaking of Washington, the NFL finding them $10 million result of the league's investigation into the workplace Culture. Dan Snyder said in a statement that he is ultimately responsible for his wife, Tanya, the new co CEO will take over the day to day responsibilities and as the n I l arrogance underway. In college sports with these athletes, Reggie Bush says he wants his Heisman Trophy back. In a statement, Bush said it was his strong belief that he won the trophy solely due to hard work and dedication on the field. It was also his firm belief that his records should be reinstated. Bush had to give back the Heisman in 2010 and disassociate from USD for a total of 10 years because he and his family received Extra benefits while he was in school. Chris back to you. I want extra benefits. Me too. Yeah. I don't need like $10,000 to furnish my house. But you know a little bit here. There couldn't hurt, right. You know what I really like? Is the term lump sum. I want to lump sum. That's all. It never sounds like it's a little amount of money. You know, when you're getting a lump sum, you just You just figure you've got to rub your hands together. That's big cash. Yeah, Not an allowance. No. Yeah, a lump, sir. You know, I want to love something. It's my money and I want it now. What? It all now I want it all now. All right of every right. Alright again. Thanks, Chris. Yeah. Uh, the lump sum. You know, I just want to lump sum.
"teh" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast
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"teh" Discussed on Course and Career Chat
"Work travel things. I've been again and all that kinda south. Sorry yeah it does give you a lot of freedom. Doesn't it to have that sort of system yet definitely. So let's talk more about your course now so you guys boys doing sorry. Sorry stephanie. doing the bachelor criminology. At day can end is about doing the double degrade with lowell. So can you guys talk us through a little bit. You'll burst third year at the moment seo almost at the end of your degree. So can you talk What you study just any details about the course that you think easing potent for high school students tonight before they go into that so i think the biggest thing that high school students aren't realize and like face a darn teh-chi as the contact hours. Nearly the same is face a lack for the past. Two years i've been sitting like ten contact hours awake like mine. Jade like the study. Al is are a lot more than that yet like actual cost time. I think at the moment. Yeah it does make such a difference. Doesn't it that it's eighties more. Do to be more independent. And so you need to be able to do that. Extra study and k pop with the work and do the rating and all of that kind of stuff but like you said natural time that you have to be in class is much much less than at school yet. Definitely via much like is he said i think the biggest thing especially like without dakin to it is the first year is like crucial. Because it's just not what the rest of the degree really feels like. I guess you could say like she said it's only one criminology. Costs for the first year. And then yeah. I was sitting there doing like three selective and a high old all of them. I just didn't want him at all. I just couldn't stand That had to bury them. Because i just wanted to study grim. I wish enough to do this. And it was sorry Stay mar divided. By as soon as i got two second year like like i was only doing criminal edgy classes and i absolutely love it mike..
"teh" Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word
"Hallo gorgeous how are you. I'm geneva olympia. This is the month where i'm really excited to share with you. The journey of various podcasters who have embarked on the journey whether the nine to five employees all a business owner or even a managing director of a charity organization. They have used podcasting esa we to their brand online to get leads and enquiries online and to even create meaningful connections for themselves as well as their business. Today's special guest is deonte. She is the winner of elite instant. Podcast leader award as well as platinum instant. Podcast leader want. She has done two seasons of podcast bilingual one season in english and one season in mentoring really proud of her so today she's going to share with you from being an managing director of a company to beginning journey in podcasting. Some of the fears thoughts that she had an eventually overcoming. An even do english is something that she had problems that she thought that she would never be able to do it and yet she did it anyway. So let her story inspire you to turn your mess into your message and turn your fear into fuel. Hi this is don t and in this episode. I would like to share. We fuel my success in launching. Dhaka's the podcast impact that my and soul. I totally agree debt. A podcast is not aena. Bow bulan on online presents but most importantly he helped me saw out my thinking on my pass that why encounters those made us and i realized and realizing a calling after doing my podcasts. I successfully use my second language in greece to present immi- shore. Something which i never talk was possible. One of my friends commented that i have met the betham myself. And this is a small wing for my for me. My supervisor teacher click and light some of my post. I feel encourage one of my colleagues was curious about what i was doing and asked me what you was for. I'm proud to have my own pocos and in season one. He has fifty five episode and can listen one not can niessen on maude and twenty platforms and over the were on. The first day. I attended the master class. Geneva was staring how sorry woman helps businesses to go from awfully to unli- s alina in company. I'm concerned about how to let. Dj do business on my a night tool for this. Modern world used to rely on books. As a my men tall. I was able to learn a lot of from books that i read and directed me to what i am however i need someone to understand the market and trend that where i am. There is singapore. Therefore i'm such four solution. I i joined us. Sorry schulman brooklyn. And i learned about how to use more than dinara g to promote our product however i was craving for what is the next and i decided to join foin one group coaching and after i want to be more focused on and see result and his. I decided to join mental shape. I went to help my benita go online. Why undergoing mental shape judicia told me that in order for me to help my company. I need to build my own brain i then i realized that i forgot to love myself us before loving at us. I torture nisha. I wanted to publish my own boy in the near future. Children our mental shape as she advised me to take up the podcast. Which is the faster way to boost my authority especially as i am a leader to my company. Even though i was a leader in my company i was not clear on my life. Papa john johnnie chore doing the podcast. I was able to find my direction and it was also a so healing journey for me. Sl consolidate all my use of f. Experiences and stories for the podcast episodes. I was camera shy. And i'm unable to express myself nicely if i were to be live broadcast ovidio recording. Of course. I have many fears before doing lie. What people were look at me. What if i cannot take take the commands with the house of my cusco. Join in the. I was able to overcome my fears and sensory showman helps with ninety five percents of the work behind the scenes productions. He's done by them. And i don't have to worry about any mystery. She didn't tasks. I just concentrate to. Right the scrape and depot mysel-. I have many complex filling or writing my scrape. At the end. I fall by dr russian and journey shia being. My guy told me that. I can use my pass. Says transform it to tell people my story and people who listen can benefit from my experiences and heffer guy also maybe can shortcut. They're unnecessary pop on of that. I have feel that my in greece. Nas death ron how would be purry. Am i sure. I want to continue..
"teh" Discussed on No Agenda
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"teh" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast
"The south wales North wales police forces and the north wales police commissioner. Who is an elected person who oversees. The police was very much like facial recognition. Technology is terrible where definitely not going to use it. It's awful but the guy. From south wales to south wales elected police commission was very. This is a great technology and weh-teh getting use it. I am kinsey. A precision specialist living in aurora south dakota and you are listening to the band curl podcast to mandra harkness. Welcome to the podcast. I k- it's great to be here. You come highly recommended from one of the most intriguing people in all of the world. That i know a clear fox who said after she heard me talking about steel manning she said oh if you want to know about how to have great disagreements with people where you know better ideas come out of it. You've got to talk to commander harkness and so here we are and i'm excited to hear about how you developed an expertise that somebody like. Claire speak so highly of i. it's high praise. I must say is one of the people. I most admire in the world on a lot of what i know by disagreeing. Well i learned from her from being events to their watching her. Do events run debates so we we go way back. I guess i might interest in minute. Always done light charing one whatever you want to call it like running running acumen in public if you down for a long time and i just kind of picked up naturally because part of my work is dealing with ideas journalism radio but also in live events And then the other part of my work is. I come from performing east to one point. I was a professional up comedian on so i used to. Mc comedy club sends yet keep the audience in the right mood to welcome next comic on and the two things actually fit really well together because you both trying to get a good atmosphere in the room. So that magic happens between stage and people stage but everyone actually everyone contributes to the events. So that's that's how i kind of got into it. But then if felt let the the mole that the state of public disagreements got worse if the worst the state of oregon got the more i found. This is something that we need to pay attention to the south and tryon's find ways that people can have better occupants as in not not pull back disagreeing but disagreed a constructive way in in a way that respects of the people. I think you can respect the people without necessarily respect to now canadians even or cetinje without agreeing with them but does abatement assumption. These days i think to thank someone disagrees with you. It's because they haven't really understood what's going on or maybe even a bit stupid all that they're bad people and i think that's unhelpful. But it's also just not the case. Mostly if he both listen to someone you disagreed with you. They have their own reasons which to them. All really good reasons..
"teh" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"teh" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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"teh" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"In taxes. Show. This is the show. We're in show business now and Get to talk to people that I love. And I say, I've discovered them years ago and I get to share them with you. Whoever you are one of the folks If you listen to the show over the last few years is the Reverend John Rankin. And I am tickled to have him in the studio. The fabulous TB and studio John Rankin. Welcome back. It's a joy to be here, and I didn't tickle. You visited my Children. It was thank you. It was a It was a what a nerdy Joe Galvin did. You make note of that? That's why he's so smart. He's nerdy. I finally figured it out. Well, it's okay because you're so smart that I think you have to be a little nerdy to make the rest of us feel okay about ourselves, you John rank and, um We had real trouble getting you in here because you've had some really crazy health. Issues. I don't know if you even want me to bring that up for what you can say about that. Well, that's fine. And in our last show, we talked about my newest book that you asked me to write, which is titled Meeting Satan Face to Face. I did ask you to write it because I said, You've got some crazy stories and you have never written about this. You write all these intellectual books. No, I have written about it in segments, but I've not put it all together, which is really the joy of doing this book. And in the book because in the beginning of May of 1972 I end a fellow student of mine in prep school. Weston, Connecticut literally ran into the face of Satan. And the power just shook our lives and literally. It shook my life for the next 46 47 years until e final cataclysmic engagement with the devil. In Oxford a year ago. Okay, people are waiting for me to correct you on the literary. You said we literally ran into the face of Satan. The reason I didn't correct you is because of people read the book. There's nothing To correct I don't don't elaborate on that, but I'm quite Serious? Yes, and the book is called Meeting Satan face. Two face and other two stories and other two stories to monitor your life. Testimony of an ex Unitarian. Okay, now, uh, Before we go on, I wanted to help people. They can get the book, but I said to you Your stories are so amazing. I want you to talk about them on the program. But you've got to put them in a book and you amazingly, you did. Now you can't get a book published. Overnight. So if you want to get it out overnight, you have to self publish or whatever, which is what you've done. Well, I know some smart publisher will publish it. I almost done it, but, well, you know, you've done it. Well, well right now, If you go to t g I I dot or I'm offering a prepublication premium for people who support the ministry. And then once I get to form of publication, then it will go. On Amazon, right? But That's my way of saying to my audience, right? If there's anybody familiar with you, they've listened to the show, and they want to support what you do. I hope there are people listening right now who understand how serious the work you do is and how serious I considered to be. That they would. In fact, go to T II dot or G'kar on $450 to you in the ministry. They will get a prepublication copy of the book. Your story. John is just amazing. And you've told a lot of it on the program before, But I want to just make sure people understand. You can get the book with for a gift to t II dot Oregon. I don't You know, we're not here to raise funds for whatever you're I know you and I know how you live your life and I some people listening to me. That will mean something to them. You asked me about my health. Yeah, on and When you understand who's Satan is from the Garden of Eden to his final demise in the abyss, and I do I give a theological prologue to the in the book in in in the introduction, the book It shows that the one thing that describes Satan's ontology a fancy word for his being or his existence. His very nature is destructive anger from the beginning to the end, And so whenever we see destructive anger, or the Apostle Paul once calls it fits of rage. Or as James talks about the tongue is a deadly poison, you know, cursing people being set on fire by hell. Okay, There is a tremendously deep reality to who the devil is without going into theology of where he comes from that I do. What I do in the book. It's a show how I in my complete neither teh challenge the devil without knowing it back in 1972, along with a friend of mine who has read and signed off on the chapter where I talk about that we were in school together. And so what happens is that it was so unexpected and I was my normal tunnel. The optimistic self that it took me decades to realize what had happened to me and what was literally chasing me down it more levels and you can imagine The other element to point out is the devil can only take advantage of our weaknesses. Okay? The weaknesses as I shared the last show the flip side of my tunnel, the optimism or my Sanguinetti. Is frustration that leads to patients that leads to anger and ultimately, anger against God's timetable..
Alexei Navalny released from German hospital after 32 days
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Giants' Tate handed 4-game ban for fertility drug
"A failed in a failed drug test but it's the drugs that are raising questions giants receiver golden Tate has been suspended four games for violating the NFL's performance enhancing substance policy veteran wideout stated on social media on Saturday that the failed test stems from prescription fertility medication that he was taking in the off season the statement goes on to say teh realize the medication contained a banned substance and immediately discontinue use and reported the issue to the league Hey was signed in the offseason to help fill the void left after the team traded disgruntled star white out Odell Beckham junior to the Cleveland Browns to make faster
Trump warns Iran 'better be careful' on nuclear enrichment
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Iran's Uranium Enrichment Breaks Nuclear Deal Limit
"Iran today said it would continue to scale back its commitment to the twenty fifteen nuclear deal that president trump withdrew from through an interpreter a top official in teh rand says the limit for uranium enrichment will be breached we are going to pass three point sixty seven and the density the mount of density will be based on number requirements so this will happen officially today president trump warned Iran better be careful the president wouldn't say what action the U. S. would take but told reporters Iran's doing a lot of