22 Burst results for "Teke"

"teke" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"teke" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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Tim Cook On How To Disconnect

Outside Podcast

04:17 min | 10 months ago

Tim Cook On How To Disconnect

"What about if we expanded from you and employees here to the users your products. Because i think we all know one of the great challenges of our time is finding ways escape to step away from it all a lot of that has to do because if you have an iphone with you it's like the whole world is in your hand it's all it is and it's it's a portal to the world and so you can be just about anywhere in the world comes and grabs you or you are drawn by this force to engage with. Its so as you know. The ceo of teke mini. Which people depend on your products for doing that. We're on do you feel a responsibility to those users. Just like you do to your employees to help them learn. How and when to disconnect very much. So we've we think very deeply about all the things that we create about how they're going to be used how they're going to be used in scale the great ways they'll be used the not so great ways that they can be used and so an example of that would be springtime right. We we we do not want people using our products too much. We want to to create them in such a why people get the most adam in short periods of time to free themselves up to do whatever it is that they want to do and and so screen time was away of making us aware of how much time we're spending in our technology and i think in including for me personally it was my my estimates versus the reality. Were very different and have any numbers. You remember They were high they were was but what i did The action i took was i started asking myself. Why do i need all these notifications. Why do i really need this Do i really need to understand things in the moment that they're happening. And you know. And i started taking a metex out to seventies of these things that would grab my attention but need to in the in the moment such a free me up to do other things and and so yeah. I learned like i think like probably most people under estimate. How much are you sure it. And we we've never designed our products to to dominate people's lives. That's never been our purposes and it's not our business our business is to give people tools that enrich their lives and allow them to create something that they couldn't create or do something or or or you know sorta transform themselves some sort of why We've never been into this How how long is somebody spending on our property and less. Try to figure out a way to make that as high as possible. And how many clicks can we get we. We're not into that business model right but it is. The thing is the tool is so impressive in the design is so learning. and so. that's one part of it you know. We're naturally sort of people pick it up. It's this you know we see people have find that moment aboard. And then what people do they lean into a device and so that challenge of helping your users have that healthy relationship. I would suggest that we are still figuring that out. And not. I think just to. Maybe there's more to do and you know another example of things that we do. We give parental control so for those people that are are helping address their kids. It's a proactive way for them. To have not only conversation but also to put some rules of the road and and so we have thought deeply about each of these and we continue to do it. We're not saying we've arrived. We've got all the answers today. we innovate. They're just like we. Innovate with the latest camera system and the latest. Watch

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Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Internet-Connected Gadgets

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Internet-Connected Gadgets

"A lot of the companies that showed up at this year make products that are hardly known for technology. Eh grills mattresses. So why does every product today need to be smart or connected. Some people here at C. A. S.. Tell me it's about using technology technology to free ourselves from technology. Eighty percent of consumers bring a phone into the bathroom. We're trying to reverse a little Jonathan Bradley product manager at Kohler earlier which makes bathroom fixtures. We want the bathroom mistake a place of rest relaxation common recharging in technology when you actually need at Cs the company is showing off. It's new shower head Moxie. It has a removable waterproof speaker. Right in the middle where the water comes out. You operate it through Amazon's Alexa Voice Assistant or Your Phone's Bluetooth. Connection moxie joins other teke fide fixtures in colours connect line. There's a mirror you can ask to Brighton or lower the light or play your favorite radio the station. The American even tell the shower turn on and off at least when the Wi fi at cs collaborates Alexa. Ask connect to start my shower. Sorry something went wrong. Please try again try turning it off. Alexa ask connect to stop my shower. Turnoff shower Kohler is not the only company I run into. That thinks technology can even save us from our bad tech habits at another booth. There's a line to try out muse. It's a headband. That gives voice guided meditations. The sounds you hear. Change depending depending on your brain activity heart rate and breathing co-founder. Reo Garden says using her product to meditate has given her some distance from smartphone. I can sit with a little bit of discomfort. I want to check my phone and say nope. That's okay move my mind away onto something that matters to me so it's a little bit ironic that we're using technology to disconnect from technology. But it really he works. It sounds tempting. But the line is long and other gadgets Beckon

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Finding the Right Monitor for Your Mac Pro

The Tech Guy

05:34 min | 1 year ago

Finding the Right Monitor for Your Mac Pro

"Bob Leo LaPorte teke Hi Leo. Welcome I'm I'M GONNA be getting the new a MAC pro. You're kidding and have you been saving your pennies carefully for the last five years. I have been you know. I used to use the cheese grater. Yeah a great classic computer. I loved it and then I but then I so but it got old and I got the new one the trash can. Yeah that that came out twenty thirteen or early two thousand fourteen. I bought it to still using it and I well. I'm still using it but I'm I'm excited to switch over to the new one. It starts the computer alone minus the wheels let alone. The screen. Mouse Monitor and keyboard is six thousand dollars in. Probably you know you're going to look at it and go. Well I'd like to maybe put a little more memory. Marie in a little faster processor Scott cost a lot of money. But it's for pros are what do you do. What are you professional video editor or so? So I'm a I'm a I'm a amateur slash. I mostly an amateur but I do video. I do video. I do Audio recording yeah audio maybe not so much although they did show a logic proof you do music You know record records. They showed the logic pro a project with. I can't remember hundreds of instruments. It's all playing at once and that's really nice. That means you got a lot of memory a lot of processing power then of course. Video is very demanding. And they can. They can not only handle multiple four K. streams simultaneously as long as they can handle eight K.. So yeah it I mean it makes sense and that's one of the reasons apple can charge so much for that because people are using it or using it for serious you stuff. They're not browsing the net and answering emails. So what what's your question about the MAC pro. Okay so my question is actually not about the MAC pro So I'm going to get the Mac pro the monitor the X.. To Your Monitor. Five thousand. Yes AH UNLESS YOU WANNA stand to go with. That's another south. I'm sorry I shouldn't laugh. Yeah you know there is fully the EXO so the next year monitors also an interesting story. It's not a monitor for the rest of us. It's a monitor that competes with very hi and monitors used by professional film graders and talk you know people who are paying now thirty or forty thousand dollars for a monitor. They look at it and they go. What only five thousand dollars for that? I'll get a stand and so they don't they. Don't mind that price but you're right you don't you you probably. They don't even a MAC pro. Frankly had used. You'll look at the I MAC pro. Yeah that's fine on the MAC pro. Okay Okay I don't WanNa talk you out of it. I think it's great. I wish I could afford one. Well actually I can. I could afford it but I wish I could justify it right. It's just it's I would love to have a beautiful. It's a IT'S A. It's a beautiful work of art but boy it's it's pricey work art so There are lots of good monitors what you want if you're doing video of course is an accurate monitor. You WanNa large honor you probably most video. Editors use multiple monitors honors. I know ours do because you might have the the the thing. You're editing full screen in one monitor and the controls and the other or the time line in the other you might mix that up to monitors is better than one so apple is going to. I'm sure continue to sell. I'm actually I'm sure I don't know what they're GONNA do. But I I would guess they're gonNA continue to sell the the five K.. Monitor that they haven't selling until they came out with the pro display so lg yeah the LG Five K.. And that's the ultra-fine that's excellent. That's an excellent monitor and it's expensive. You know since if you WANNA spend money you could also get less Expensive monitors I would look at a dual twenty seven inch. Or you know. Now you can get these ultra-wide excuse me ultra-wide curved screens that are Kinda wild the key for you is Frame rate probably. WanNa you know sufficient frames Danny Stuttering and color accuracy. But you don't need to spend all that money on the X T R. That's really not for you. That's for people who know they needed. Shall we say yeah. Yeah Yeah what what What frame rate should I be looking at? Well I just you want you want it Sixty you want to be able to sustain sixty because you you're going to be looking. I can't stuff that's sixty right so it you know that's fine. I think any any good monitor will be fine. You just You know nowadays monitors are often sold the gamers and they want a fast frame rate to they. Want at least sixty so I think any start with the L. G. and see if that looks good to you But I think maybe the way to go is to get a less expensive. Get to less expensive monitors or one really wide won A seuss make some very good wide. monitors extra wides Dell does too but DEL has two lines they have kind of consumer line in the high end pro grade line. Get the pro grade in any in no matter what God but you don't need to spend five grand in the Monitor. Your specifics at a

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The Fatherhood Playbook - The Elementary Years

Legacy-Dads Podcast

12:08 min | 2 years ago

The Fatherhood Playbook - The Elementary Years

"This podcast is for men husbands and fathers in all stages of life where we promote and advocate Ruben Biblical principles relieving a lasting lasting legacy lance last time we talked about these stages we were on phase one and early development and before we get into phase two do which I'm thankful that I am out of face to which as you ages five twelve years elementary years we kind of wanted to do a little bit of I don't know if we want to call it house cleaning but maybe we'll say home focusing and some different stages or styles of parenting the along this journey with that Lance. What do you think yeah just for all the listeners if he didn't hear the first podcast first podcast uh-huh. What was this is crazy Africa era over here? I don't know what's going on now. If you guys didn't hear the first per cut podcast. Why can't I say that word today podcast if you didn't hear the first podcast either by to go back and listen to it but it kind of talks about where this thing came from essentially what we're looking for when I started off in parenting parenting else look for two things and authentic biblical parenting philosophy apparent gloss visa had a proven track record of producing children. WHO become christ-centered adults in the first one? We talked Dante member. We talked a lot about Barna research. It's just a lot of the research out there. That said hey listen. If you WANNA raise kids who grew up to be Senator Dole some certain things you can look at that are actually based on research evidence based practices that will help you get there so I invite you guys if you didn't listen to that. Go back and listen to it but today. We're GONNA Kinda that was the first one was birth through five years today. We're going to cover her five years through elementary and will be a good idea to you know so. We'll put some of these books so these links. Maybe it'd be WANNA buy them on Amazon Lance. If you can link it up revolutionary parenting yeah yeah it's going to do if eighth tim show some timmel stuff sure and get resource for our listeners. I won't I won't even put those like annoying. what do you call it like. When would if you buy it through us. We get a kickback type. I would just be like hey go on Amazon finding if you came into like money or you WanNa you know do a legacy dad's retreat you know and you just want to donate that to to the Bible one three C. You know we'll get that up and running out in Idaho or somewhere like that. If you get a million dollar resort you just WANNA. Give us what will work. We'll spend the rest of our day's work in you know fulltime with Dad's getting this stuff straight but for all the other listeners like like Lance and I you know we don't want a nickel and dime you and Hey we want you guys getting as much from from this as we do and were accountable to you guys as you are to us so we hope that what we say what we do and going forward especially in these next few moments. We don't want to offend but we definitely want you to test what we're saying against scripture absolutely so so to your talk about this so I wrote that it's been about ten years now since I wrote that original blog post on overprotective. Teke parenting and Matt. I remember when I wrote this thing you know. I was talking about the dangers of why this parenting style it. It just had long term implications everything that I read everything from you know Biblical stuff that my mentors were teaching me said this is just a bad route to go down to but man. Can you tell you what I would. I wouldn't into some of the popular Christian parenting forums and I was talking about this like hey this overprotective parenting stuff is really bad and you would the thought I went in there and burned Bible because I had literally you know parents coming out of the woodwork mom's coming out of the woodwork. Just basically saying like you are absolutely wrong. You don't know what you're talking about. We have to protect our kids. We have to do you know and and it was just like I think maybe because they were probably in and that overprotective phase they didn't want to hear it but you know so low behold a lot of researchers come out recently that was in the last is ten years since I wrote this podcast had says stuff is just destructive and if you don't know what we're talking about so overprotective parenting and over protective parent wants to protect the child from harm hurt and pain unhappiness bad experience rejection hurt feelings failure disappointment sin those types the things so but the way they try to do it. They try to create this unrealistic environment like environment. That's completely free of any sin or outside influence or media and they use really get involved in the over management of the decisions and lives of the children so for the guys out there like me than the android also wetlands is saying that the parents don't like the fact that there's winners and loser's so they'll take the score out of a kid's baseball game and everybody wins and everybody gets trophies at the end of the game layman's yeah yeah and I think some of it's not even that some of it was crazy stuff like you know I'm not GonNa wit. Let my kids watch Disney movies because you know like like I remember this this slip big topic. It was like I'm not going to let my kids watch a lad and because there's a genie and it promotes magic and analysts stuff like that and I was kind sound like that is that is that really is that what we're afraid of is that I mean with all the things you know. We're going to be afraid of Disney's Aladdin but you some of the critical things you see. I think is like a lot of times. Were let's see the kid. The kid falls or gets hurts or something like that and it's like like mom running into took like comfort the kid when there's no distress or what I saw a lot Christian parents is to is trying to create these overly really strict rules that if you know to try to keep the child from doing anything wrong or punishment that didn't fit the crime. Abbas like overly harsh discipline for really minor offenses in them make any cognitive Kabila's no decisions yeah no you're not you're not developing their cognitive thought in the sense that they have to ask you to go to the bathroom and I mean yeah. I actually know parents that legitimately hear kids ask mom. Can I go to the bathroom and you know and Dante. I'll say I mean we're we're. We're we're kind of you know being tongue in cheek in beating these parents l. but but I I honestly believe this because I used to get really harsh and I was like why can't you see this is so destructive obstructive but you know when I was doing the parenting conference and I would actually talk to parents I on this was a mean I'm being honest here and being graceful and I think a lot of these parents like like what while I think they were trying to be overprotective really out of a sense of love for the child. The problem was is that there are philosophy and their methodology that they you you tried to accomplish with was flawed and it often had disastrous results in it and it wasn't based on anything Biblical I don't know where in my Bible Dante too I read over and over fear this fear that fear that you know fear all these things of fear. Yeah live a life of fear and make sure our kids grow up to know that they need to be fear based of everything in the world and what I believe the Bible commands us over and over his fear not fear not fear not now. If if you're listening don't get me wrong. We're not talking about you know telling three year olds to go hang out in the bad part of town. Send them at the mall. You know at six years old I mean we there's boundaries that kids need every child needs boundaries. Yeah it's age appropriate but but I think we in yeah yeah and I think look what you were saying on to. Its if the child is of the age where they can make a decision for themselves but the parent is still making that decision for them. That's that that's kind of an issue. You know so you know. I was thinking about this when we were going to do this podcast and I so I just looked up because as I really haven't looked a lot at the overprotective parenting stuff or you know years and years now so I just punched into Google to see what I come up with and the crazy thing is is for as much grief as I got for writing that post ten years later we now have a bunch of peer reviewed research and results of the negative effects of this style of parenting and some of the research and these are actual like peer reviewed clinical research that was done in some of the stuff. I saw is pretty scary. It's like overprotective. Parenting parenting has been proven to increase levels of like social problems hyper aggression children becoming more antisocial increase lying to parents against developing anxiety disorders having greater dependence on parents as they grow older greater risk-taking as they get to the teen years lower self esteem him and actually higher rates of being bullied so I mean there was not anything I could find that was really positive about being overprotective overprotective or coddling your children so yeah I throw that out there and and Dante it sounds like you've had some experience with this and like I said said I really think I think parents are there. They think this is they think it's they're doing it out of love but they just go overboard in some of these areas what do you what do you think on that. Dante yeah and it's almost to the point like you almost wish for a moment in time you could just pull them up out of that tree of that child well that's in front of them and have them look over like the gamut of all parents and all kids and just to see you know what like some good processes says versus bad processes and you know if you you know if you're Kinda resembling or you're getting a little bit offended that we're we're poking into your backyard here on the overprotective detect apparent you know likewise. There's the other side of the spectrum on the parent that is completely disengaged and bold. Have you know negative constraints and not good for the child development. You know whether we like it or not. Children do need boundaries. Mom Dad you know if you live on a busy street and you're over protective and you know that going into the middle of that street you know will cause pain in your helicopter on that. This is not what we're talking about but we're talking about the things where you're having the child live out of fear in this case we're apparent literally up until like eighteen year olds asking their their their mom if they could go to the bathroom you know in having me say of course you go to the bathroom. You're you're a guy you want to go right here. I would suggest you don't do that in front of the women but go behind Bush and having the mother look at me but basically knowing that hey look you can try and practices at home but I have a relationship with his child to that aim flying Ryan and and so it wasn't me being a jerk or whatever but just having fun with it being lighthearted leading the kid relax and showing that hey you know you gotta grow up you gotTa to pass that torch and and the the caution that I want to say if you are finding yourself that you're micromanage everything of to this kid where they go to school what sports tape and or your overcome packing their schedule realized that as much as we think that we're developing the child as land says scientific aim typic- and this isn't just christian-based this is you know pure raw data that you are in that we are inadvertently causing distress and just worry and that can metamorphasized into a whole bunch of other things

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"teke" Discussed on Direct Appeal

Direct Appeal

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on Direct Appeal

"In honor of the fourth of july holiday we will not release an episode. next week. We will resume our regular schedule the following week. This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing in nature. Listener. discretion is advised. If you're just tuning in we encourage you to go back and listen from episode one previously on direct appeal. They had barracks but contain victims parks. We had been able to show that. The composition of the bags of the style of the bags was identical. You can't safest that came out of the same what you say. What are the odds are. You can never be totally but ninety nine percent. You'd have to be the judge as to whether someone else cash those same bag then committed crook. Who else could have had that. These results that were presented by the stage work ballad. But once i got the report astonished that his own data show that the bags didn't match really Charade and i also think that. There was huge prosecutorial misconduct layton in deliberate. This is episode ten the best defense last week. We continue with the prosecution's case hearing from two plastics experts regarding the garbage bag testimony. This week we get to start the defense's case. Melania had joe teke pena and stephen toronto as her to defense attorneys now. I know that we discussed joe a little bit. But i'm going to refresh here just for people who need a reminder. Joe began as a prosecutor in kings county prosecutor's office but then he switched to criminal defense attorney as we know a lot of prosecutors wind up doing at a certain point..

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Beware what you type in the search bar

The Tech Guy

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Beware what you type in the search bar

"Searches go back to the company that you searched with a lot of people refused to use Google for searches use duck duck go because duck duck go says, well, we don't collect information. But then only takes one person out of the equation. You still have your ISP? He's still have your mobile carrier. He's still have all the apps all of them are also paying attention. I think it's virtually impossible to make everything you do online. Private urine public. That's kind of the way it is. Leo LaPorte the Teke more because read to this. I am not a privacy Nazi? I'm not. I I accept that. You know, I kind of live in public. I always have. And I don't mind, and you know, I think honestly the best way to think about it is there's some stuff you don't mind if people. No, I don't care if somebody knows I'm buying Pringles at the local CVS. I don't mind if sheet manufacturer says, oh, you're buying sheets. Hey, well, wh- what about these? That's okay. You know, you have to figure out what it is. You don't want others to see what you want private and you should. And this is where we have a problem have the right to choose. You should be able to say, well, you can know this. But I don't want you to know that we need to work on that

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"teke" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"But make sure if you if you see under the IP for addresses, a one ninety two is the IP address or at ten as the IP address followed by other numbers, then they were getting on. Then you're getting on his system. The other thing may be his DNS isn't working. You know, there may be other things going on has he's he may have set up some security. Does he say has security on his router? Besides the past. Well, I don't know. But when I did went to inflammation. And I saw the to address going in there. I'm not sure what is what the address is like two different. Okay. Under the IP v-4. So you're looking at it right now. No, okay. That's okay. Yeah. You what it can sometimes it will give you an IP address that is a local address not an internet address. And if you see that anything, but one ninety two or or tan if you see anything, but those two then usually that means you're not getting internet connectivity. That something on his system is mis configured I see. So that's why I'm asking. I mean, this is crazy complicated. I shouldn't even know shouldn't even have to do this. Normally it works. Pretty well. And you have just the iphone or their other devices to. Phone. I have my PC. I have my eyes is anything else work had not working what? Now, the PC is working, but not your IOS devices. Oh, that's interesting. So the PC works fine. So you know, that you've got the right password. And you've got the right SSI. Password at the beginning Raitis coming on it's working on your sale. What I don't know. I don't know that there are some things maybe there's some routers that don't work. With I s but would work with windows that doesn't make a lot of sense because wifi is pretty standard. Isn't it doesn't? It wasn't working well with my PC for quite some time. Now when he bought it up and he at mall, hold on a second. I have to take a break. I think I have an idea. Leo LaPorte the Teke. So he didn't work at first. And then he did something to the router. Well, you call him, you know, my my phone doesn't do good with wifi somehow is not working at all used to work. And now it's like not working. It's like that. And then it's so the white five going to my phone going to my ipad. But somehow it will not work. And I did what it would have to do what he do. He just called eighteen call AT and T and then and then you're started working. Yeah. And he upgrades higher. So maybe the issue is. And I don't know what he's got at his end. There may be a limited number of devices that you can put on that. And so one way to test that would be to take turn your PC off. Turn your phone or your ipad off just have one device and see if it can get on. It might be that you can only use one device at a time. Okay. And so he called AT and T they at our I will let you use five devices, and that's the PC. But now you need you really want three more devices on there. Don't you anything to do with my iphone have security? No, no, no, no, no. Why should just work? Nope. No wifi. She's work out of the box. It's nothing with your iphone or your ipad. It's with his router. As long as you're doing the password correctly and the iphones joining correctly with his router. And it sounds like this thing this call he made AT and T saying, I need more. I need to be on more stuff. It sounds like an I don't know what eighteen t has set up for him. I had no idea. Yeah. I don't either. But it sounds like it might and this is possible. He's maybe using something called a my. Why? Which is a device that gets internet from not from a normal internet connection, but from the cell data, and those typically are limited to five total devices. It's very common..

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"teke" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I'm calling because my mom is ninety one and up until recently she had DSL extreme for both her internet and also for her landline. She had a copper landline through them, they they no longer offer that service. No, no one else does either. And what I'm wondering it has been always our understanding that a copper landline is great for emergency. Because it's not gonna go out not for internet. But for phone calls. It will the internet will go out. Yeah. But for phone calls, and that's what I'm worried about company. Doesn't wanna have copper anymore? They cut the copper at the drop of a hat because it's expensive to maintain switches. And I agree with you. Especially for your ninety one year old mother, I told my mother this have a landline because and and by the way, not a powered phone, but accorded one of those old fashioned western electric corded phones because it'll still work. Right. So I'm at a loss because nobody even go there anymore. Do I do? Hold on a second. We have to take a break. And I'll answer I'll talk to you. It's more off the air. Yeah. You're kinda like if the phone company won't do it. Leo LaPorte the Teke. So who's is AT and T your phone company, who's your phone company? And e okay, I s actually kind of a misnomer because I I'm trying to get our internet. So that's different internet is different. T do they not have copper parody mar in there. They they will. But it's fantasy expensive. Yeah. That was the beauty of DSL extreme it was cheap. It wasn't the fastest. But for most people it was fine. Sure. For her problem is that DSL extreme has to ride on top of AT&_T's lines..

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"teke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is Rick broody co your host for this show. If you've been listening to the show for any time, you know, that we have three mentors that rotate on a weekly basis to answer your questions myself, Tom, Lori and John Phillips together we have over one hundred years of business experience, and we hope that we can bring guests on and raise issues that will be helpful to you in your business as to our guest, we're going to try to ask those questions that you would ask if you were sitting in the studio, what would be really helpful. We'd like you to join in. If you would go to the mentors radio dot com. That's the mentors radio dot com. You'll see there a place where you can see some of our guests who they are some of the works that they've done. He lost. It can read about the mentors. But most importantly, there's little section where you can essentially send us an Email and Email your question we'd very much like to get that. So that your question can be asked on your behalf. But also for all those others who are listening. But don't ask a question. Today. My guest is Jim Teke Jim has spent his career in the banking industry. He's worked at huge institution small and big banks as well. And before the break, we were talking to Jim about the reason to have money saved personally as the cornerstone of your financial plan, and I want Jim to pick up on that and segue from that to my question of this hour, and the one that I know a lot of the of the people listening are thinking about is they either start the career or in early years of their own business. And that is how does a person today get money from the Bank. What is it that they need? So Jim, can you kind of pick it up and take it from there? Thank you, Rick. I if you're starting new business, and you haven't run the business for any length of time the capital that you're going to get to do that needs to be from family, friends or people that are that invest in new ideas, the banks will will seldom if if at any time. The able to lend money for a new business unless you have for some reason accumulated. Capital accumulated assets in which they cannot take a lien on the asset. So so you have to establish yourself and your business or at least a couple years in show earnings for that period of time before banks are are going to grant you credit over there today with with families in both the pay if if their families are both working. It's possible that with with one person's income you could have. Credit that is establish that you can get credit based on that that person's income and therefore take that money and put it into a business a start up business. So there are ways to do it. But for the first few years, depending on the amount of money that you need it. It is not it is is relatively difficult in the banking industry to to to obtain a loan. The other way, you can you can do that the the government do the SBA small business administration does have money available for people that are establishing businesses that they have experience the people do that run the business that havoc. She has shown experience and showing the ability to run a business to obtain capital. That is guaranteed by the the SBA the Bank based on that would entertain alone for a business. But you still have to have a record. Of of accomplishing those the business that you're you're thinking of of applying for a loan or starting up. So so Jim, I'm I'm assuming that it's not like that Jimmy Stewart movie where the Bank lent money to everybody in town. And all you had to do is walk in and say, Hello, whatever his name was. And and you've got a loan. It isn't that way anymore. Take from not happen anymore. Rick. And I guess also. So maybe for our listeners. You used a couple of terms that they may or may not be familiar with. But you said specifically that they had to have some asset. I think is what you said. So by that what you mean? Well, it's going to bring a pound of gold or what? No, no, no that wouldn't hurt. Maybe. But it's possible that because of families. You have assets that was given to you. Resolve to families. You have let's say stocks or you have a house or something like that that that could be collateral for a long, but you still have to even though they the collateral. Let's say that there's no question about the worst of the collateral. You still have to show the Bank the ability to pay that long. So they're they're at least a Bank seldom moorland just on the collateral value. But they wanna make sure that you can pay the interest in principle in order to carry pay that loan back there. Other sources of that will lend you that money non-banks, usually or family or friends or people that are in the business of taking collateral looking at the collateral value and then landed in you money based on that collateral without full regard of your -bility possibly to pay back. But that's the interest rate on that kind of money is more expensive than traditional Bank. Expand Bank Bank credit Bank loans. Well, I think I think the point you're making here for the listeners and actually for me too. I mean, you know, we all think we walk into get alone. And we assume that you know, we're gonna pay you back. However, the reality of the situation is that while we may have the best of intentions the world doesn't go that way. And if I'm hoping opening in my case Rix coffee house, you don't want to be running a copy house in a year or two. So you're looking for some other way to assure that the cash flows there to service that debt, right? That's correct though. The thing that that the banker wants to avoid is having to. A goal against the assets of anyone. In order to repay along. They're trying to do is make sure that the individual, and and the business have the ability to pay the loan back without without significant having to liquidate the collateral, which is a Bank can do it just to make sure this alone is repaid. But it's not the preferential way to do it. Well, and of course, I guess we all often don't think about it. But the get alone the Bank has to put up capital, and there's a cost of that capital. And you're in business to make a profit you when you weren't businesses just like the entrepreneur, that's running his coffee houses. But there's gotta be a way for you to be pretty sure that we can service that loan, which of course, becomes a expense. And I assume that we should have had that in our financial plan that we delivered to you for sure. Well, Jim we're coming up to the end of this other segment. I hope you can stay over for another couple of minutes is that. All right. That would be fine. Rick. Thank you. Okay. Thank you, Jim. And I wanted to tell you all that you're listening to the mentors radio. My guest today is Jim Teke. And I'm going to ask him after the break. But what do I do and the Bank doesn't loan me any.

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"teke" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Echo, your host for this show. If you've been listening to this show for any time, you know, that we have three mentors that rotate on a weekly basis to answer your questions myself, Tom, Lori and John Phillips together we have over one hundred years of business experience, and we hope that we can bring guests on and raise issues that will be helpful to you in your business as to our guest, we're going to try to ask those questions that you would ask if you were sitting in the studio, what would be really helpful. We'd like you to join in. If you would go to the mentors radio dot com. That's the mentors radio dot com. You'll see there a place where you can see some of our guests who they are some of the works that they've done you'll also can read about the mentors. But most importantly, there's a little section where you can essentially send us an Email and Email your question we'd very much like to get that. So that your question can be asked on your behalf. But also for all those others who are listening. But don't ask a question. Today. My guest is Jim Teke Jim has spent his career in the banking industry. He's worked at huge institution small and big banks as well. And before the break, we were talking to Jim about the reason to have money saved personally as the cornerstone of your financial plan, and I want Jim to pick up on that and segue from that to my question of this hour, and the one that I know a lot of the of the people listening in her are thinking about is they either start the career or in early years of their own business. And that is how does a person today get money from the Bank. What is it that they need? So Jim, can you kind of pick it up and take it from there? Thank you, Rick. I if you're starting a new business, and you haven't run the business for any length of time the capital that you're going to get to do that needs to be from family, friends or people that are that invest in new ideas, the banks will will seldom if it anytime. The being able to lend money for a new business and less. You have for some reason accumulated. Capital accumulated assets in which they can take a lien on the assets. So so you have to establish yourself in your business, or at least a couple years in show earnings for that period of time before banks are are going to grant you credit over today with with families in both for pay. If if their families are both working it's possible that with with one person's income you could have. Credit that is establish that you can get credit based on that that person's income and therefore take that money and put it into a business start up business. So there are ways to do it. But for the first few years, depending on the amount of money that you need it. It is not it is is relatively difficult in the banking industry to to to obtain along the other way, you can you can do that that the the government you the SBA small business administration does have money available for people that are establishing businesses that they have experience people do that run the business that havoc. She has shown experience and showing the ability to run a business to obtain. Capital that is guaranteed by the the SBA and the Bank based on that would entertain alone for a business, but you still have to have a record. Of of accomplishing the business that you're you're thinking of of applying for a loan or starting up. So so Jim, I'm assuming that it's not like that Jimmy Stewart movie where the Bank lent money. Everybody in town. And all you had to do is walk in and say, Hello, whatever his name was in. And you gotta let alone it isn't that way anymore. Take not happen anymore. Rick, and I guess also. So maybe for our listeners you used a couple of terms that they may or may not be familiar with. But you said specifically that they had to have some asset. I think is what you said. So by that what you mean? Well, it's going to bring a pound of gold or what you know. No, no. That wouldn't hurt. Maybe. But there it's possible that because of families you have assets that was given to you all to families, you have let's say stocks or you have a house or something like that that that could be collateral for a long, but you still have to even though the collateral. Let's say that there's no question about the worst of the collateral. You still have to show the Bank the ability to pay that long. So there. At least a Bank seldom Orlando just on the collateral value. But they wanna make sure that you can pay the interest in principle in order to carry pay that loan back there. Other sources of that will lend you that money non-banks, usually or family or friends or people that are in the business of taking collateral looking at the collateral value. And then land you in new money based on that collateral without full regard of your -bility possibly to pay back. But that's the interest rate on that kind of money is more expensive than traditional Bank expanse, Bank, Bank credit Bank loans. Well, I think I think the point you're making here for the listeners and actually for me too. I mean, you know, we all think that we walk into get alone. And we assume that you know, we're gonna pay you back. However, the reality of the situation is that while we may have the best of intentions the world doesn't go that way. And if I'm hoping opening in my case Rix coffee house, you don't want to be running a coffee house in year or two. So you're looking for some other way to assure that the cash flows there to service that debt, right? That's correct. The thing that that the banker wants to avoid is having to. A goal against the asset of anyone. In order to repay the long. They're trying to do is make sure that the the the individual, and and the business have the ability to pay the loan back without without significantly having to liquidate the collateral, which is a Bank can do it just to make sure this loan is repaid. But it's not the preferential way to do it. Well, and of course, I guess we all often don't think about it. But the get a loan the Bank has to put up capital, and there's a cost of that capital. And you're in business to make a profit you when you weren't business just like the entrepreneur, that's running his coffee houses. But there's gotta be a way for you to be pretty sure that we can service that loan, which of course, becomes a expense. And I assume that we should have had that in our financial plan that we delivered to you for sure. Well, Jim we're coming up to the end of this other segment. I hope you can stay over for another couple of minutes is that all right? And that would be fine. Rick. Thank you. Okay. Thank you, Jim. And I wanted to tell you all that you're listening to the mentors radio. My guest today is Jim Teke. And I'm going to ask him after the break. But what do I do when the Bank doesn't loan.

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"teke" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"You need to plan. You need a roadmap. You need a way to get there. We talked before about Google maps and what direction to go. But you know, this is kind of like your Google maps. It's kinda like that thing that shows you the direction where you wanna go to it's kind of like on your car, the speedometer it shows, you the velocity of acceleration or deceleration and you'll see that same factor is pertinent in business as well. But in your life start off with a plan. I don't know how many people I talked to all the time. The tell me they have no specific plan. They have no budget. If you have no budget. You have no plan. You know, a famous person told me one time that if you asked me who wants to go to Europe and everybody raises their hand, then I say who's going to Europe and has tickets right now. And I have one person that raises their hand as an example, the difference is one the first one. Is a wish the second was is an objective. So you need an objective where you're going when it's going to happen is really critical to every objective. And so how you're going to save your money and make sure that your money's there. Not only for today, not only to pay the current bills. But for those things that are in the future. And those things that are in the future are like the most important thing, you can think about because it takes a while to grow anything. But here's the good news with good, financial planning. Your goals will grow your goals and objectives to improve rather. And your financial situation situation will also grow. We'll talk about that with our guest. Mr. Jim tech who will be bringing up just in a second. And Jim's got a vast background in banking. He's able to give you is opinions of what he's seen over forty five years in the industry. And if you think about the kinds of things that he's going to talk about think about how you can apply it first year person. Life and in the subsequent segments will ask Jim some of the tougher questions to is how do I get a loan for my business? And how do I go forward? So you wanna stick with us for that? In the meantime, don't forget, go to the mentors radio dot com and leave us your question with that. I want to introduce Mr. Jim Teke. Hello, jim. Hi, rick. How are you? I'm wonderful today. And how are you? I'm wonderful. Also. Well, you're always wonderful. Jim tell us a little bit about your background and how you got into banking and where where you came from. I think I said it correctly over forty five years in the banking industry. Yeah. That's correct. You know, when I came into the industry, we're fortunate enough that you had a pretty much a career oftentimes laid out for you. Because the industry was needing is expanding rapidly, and they needed people very badly. So they had training programs set out for you. So as a result people that came into the industry. Essentially their career you knew banking from the point of taking in deposits all through to lending money. And then eventually how to run run a Bank if you so chose and that's what I did. My career is one of some forty plus years of doing everything that a Bank does including taking deposits and lending them out at a spread from the cost of funds in which you get your money back over a period of time and lending to people that do that. So it's a very interesting career. Well, Jim, I appreciate that. And I think you were twenty years with the big mama Bank of America. I was twenty years with Bank of America. And that's that's kinda got to be great training one way or another. So we're we're kind of winding up on the close of this segment. We're going to get back with Jim Teke right after the segment we're going to ask him some more questions about his career. And we're gonna ask him how we get funding for our business, and how we borrow money for homes or for other things that we may be interested in he can get lead us into the approach of how to do those things. So I hope you'll stick with us. And remember to go to our website, the mentors radio dot com. That is the mentors radio dot com. There you can leave us questions you can learn about we the mentors you can read about our guests. And I think you'll find the information, they're very helpful to you. We'll be coming back in just a few minutes with Jim Teke stick with us. Americans have been traveling down the health insurance highway for decades. But lately, it's been taking us the places. We don't want to go for Christians. It's hard to know which road to take. Or is. Samaritan ministries provides a different direction a difficult path for their members to pray for each other and share financially in each other's medical needs. This idea that Samaritan has adopted from the book of acts should permeate all parts of our lives. Not just sharing we as a body. Believers are living out New Testament. Christianity, this is what?.

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"teke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"teke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That will be helpful to you in your business as to our guest, we're going to try to ask those questions that you would ask if you were sitting in the studio, what would be really helpful. We'd like you to join in. If you would go to the mentors radio dot com. That's the mentors radio dot com. You'll see there a place where you can see some of our guests who they are some of the works that they've done you'll also can read about the mentors. But most importantly, there's little section where you can essentially send us an Email and Email your question we'd very much like to get that. So that your question can be asked on your behalf. But also for all those others who are listening. But don't ask a question. Today. My guest is Jim Teke Jim has spent his career in the banking industry. He's worked at huge institution small and big banks as well. And before the break, we were talking to Jim about the reason to have money saved personally as the cornerstone of your financial plan, and I want Jim to pick up on that and segue from that to my question of this hour, and the one that I know a lot of the of the people listening are are thinking about is they either start the career or in early years of their own business. And that is how does a person today get money from the Bank. What is it that they need? So Jim, can you kind of pick it up and take it from there? Thank you, Rick. I if you're starting a new business, and you haven't ran run the business for any length of time the capital that you're going to get to do that needs to be from family, friends or people that are that invest in new ideas, the banks will will seldom if if at any time. The be able to lend money for a new business unless you have for some reason accumulated. Capital accumulated assets in which they cannot take a lien on the assets. So so you have to establish yourself and your business or at least a couple years in show earnings for that period of time before banks are are going to grant you credit. Today with with families in both the pay if if their families are both working. It's possible that with with one person's income you could have. Credit that is stabbed that you can get credit based on that that person's income and therefore take that money and put it into a business start up business. So there are ways to do it. But for the first few years, depending on the amount of money that you need it. It is not it is is relatively difficult in the banking industry to to to obtain a loan. The other way, you can you can do that the the government you the SBA small business administration does have money available for people that are establishing businesses that they have experience people do that run the business that havoc. She has shown experience and showing the ability to run a business to obtain capital. That is guaranteed by the the SPA Anthony Bank based on that would entertain alone for a business, but you still have to have a record. Of of accomplishing those the business that you're you're thinking of of applying for a loan or starting up. So so Jim, I'm I'm assuming that it's not like that Jimmy Stewart new movie where the Bank lent money to everybody in town. And all you had to do is walk in and say, Hello, whatever his name was. And and you got a loan. It isn't that way anymore. I take from not happen anymore. Rick. And and I guess also. So maybe for our listeners. You used a couple of terms that they may or may not be familiar with. But you said specifically that they had to have some asset. I think is what you said. So by that what you mean? Well, it's going to bring a pound of gold or what you know. No, no. That wouldn't hurt. Maybe. But there it's possible that because of families you have assets that was given to you juries all to families. You have let's say stocks or you have a house or something like that that that could be collateral for a long, but you still have to even though the collateral. Let's say that there's no question about the worst of the collateral. You still have to show the Bank the ability to pay that long. So they're there. At least a Bank seldom Orlando just on the collateral value. But they wanna make sure that you can pay the interest in principle in order to carry pay that loan back there. Other sources of that will lend you that money non-banks, usually or family or friends or people that are in the business of taking collateral looking at the collateral value. And then land you in you money based on that collateral without full regard of your -bility possibly to pay back. But that's the interest rate on that kind of money. It's more expensive than traditional Bank. Expand Bank Bank credit Bank loans. Well, I think I think the point you're making here for the listeners and actually for me too. I mean, you know, we all think that we walk into get alone. And we assume that you know, we're going to pay you back. However, the reality of the situation is that while we may have the best of intentions the world doesn't go that way. And if I'm hoping opening in my case Rix coffee house, you don't want to be running a coffee house in a year or two. So you're looking for some other way to assure that the cash flows there to service that debt, right? That's correct though. The thing that that the banker wants to avoid is having to. A goal against the assets of anyone. In order to repay the long. They're trying to do is make sure that the individual, and and the business have the ability to pay the loan back without without significantly having to liquidate the collateral, which is a Bank can do it just to make sure this alone is repaid. But it's not the preferential way to do it. Well, and of course, we all often don't think about it. But the get alone the Bank has to put up capital, and there's a cost of that capital. And you're in business to make a profit you when you weren't businesses just like the entrepreneur, that's running his coffee houses. But there's gotta be a way for you to be pretty sure that we can service that loan, which of course, becomes a expense. And I assume that we should have had that in our financial plan that we delivered to you for sure. Well, Jim we're coming up to the end of this other segment. I hope you can stay over for another couple of minutes is that. All right. That would be fine. Rick. Thank you. Okay. Thank you, Jim. And I wanted to tell you all that you're listening to the mentors radio. My guest today is Jim Teke. And I'm going to ask him after the break. But what do I do and the Bank doesn't loan me any.

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"teke" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"They come off the turn at enter the stretch at here is sharp as Teke now to take the lead three quarters up in one ten four Mitra vestiges putting in a run on the outside. And now there's a furlough to the sharpest echo with the lead Mitra biscuits to second as they come down for the sharp as Teke at. He was sharpest today. Toll win the what five mind your biscuits was second practical joke close to be third Americanize was fourth the mile in one minute thirty five seconds. John embryo on the call of the twenty seventeen cigar mile sharp as Teke taking that race for trainer Horry Navarro and today is cigar mile day in New York, not only cigar mile day. But for other stakes on the dock three other stakes on the docket a total of four and they kick it off in the fourth race today. One oh to post time for the dim was L. That's a great to for two year old Phillies. And it's quite an interesting field. There's a there's a couple of really nice Phillies in here. I I was kinda like in the one in the seven in live in liven for shake Mohammad's Godolphin racing and curing McLaughlin. And then multo Bella on the outside in Wilkes trains multo Bella a daughter of violence from Milwaukee broom air who's been running quite consistently in Kentucky. So it's kind of a New York Kentucky square off in in the demos L. And you gotta go to Kentucky. You're not prejudice. You don't have any house by. No, no. He's goes by. You might have lied last to take Kentucky with me. There you go go go west young, man. Well, it's going to be a good racers. A lot of other talented Phillies here. Girl of Toscano of Philly. Joel. Real real tough race. But it's going to be intriguing. It's it's a raise that has carried a lot of history over the years. It's a mile in aid for two year old filly say might consider it like a Kentucky oaks preview. So maybe you're Kentucky ideas. Not too bad. Yeah. I like when it out go with Kentucky. There you go or California. Just alienated all of our listeners. So offend your mail. Yeah. Not re elect the use of this the six races, the go for one and go for one everybody remembers her whether talented Philly she was Bob Baffert, one of the representatives of red brand fence as Marlies freedom in this race and Marley's freedom is a tremendous Philly. She had won four straight going into the Breeders Cup didn't get away. Well with thirteenth early seven and a half links behind that was a little bit too much for her and Mike Smith overcome. She got beat a half a link that was a tough that'd probably don't have to tell you where I'm leaning. Yeah. No surely leaving there. She's probably going to be the favorite follow. We've actually got you know, it may not be a true reflection, but just name alone. You gotta take a look at Pacific want wind Pacific wind cheese. She's an interesting Philly a daughter of kirwin out of the Dixieland band MIR. She's very talented. She won the great to roughing at Belmont. Park in may her resources haven't been her best. But she certainly capable and and in the stable of Chad Brown will we'll see if if she can do any good today. She drew a nice post being outside going to be able to be placed wherever jockey Arado tease junior wants to be placed, and that's that's always a plus in those one turn mile races that Akwa dot. So we're definitely going to keep the team Baffert on top. So okay. All right. I'll I'll go I'll go along with that. I think Marley's freedoms pretty tough today. We also have the ramps and steaks that's a great to for the two year old boys. This is a race that often is considered a derby brab or Irby indicator hasn't produced derby winner in a long time. But there's some really interesting interesting runners in here. Chad Brown leads off the brigade with network affect who is the morning line favor. Britt by horse named Mark Maleski that you may remember Leary Jones trained him. I believe for governor Jones, former Kentucky governor Burton Jones and Marculescu as a freshman sire this year. I actually have a minute freshman sire contests that I he's he's the morning line favorite..

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"teke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"See when you growl a certain way that I growled certainly. Yes, it's contagious. It's contagious. So what's up people? What are you doing? How's it going? What's what's the happenings? Hey, a lot of lot of good response from the show did yesterday the veteran show, and I thought all those guys did great. They were fantastic normally to be dead on its with you. If you bring in that media group that many listeners one or two of them are going to flame out. None of them did all were well prepared. Excellent. It was very we had more fun than they did. I guarantee you that. And and I think we should do it again. Yeah. I'd allot of friends say, wow. That was really cool. That was really a great way to salute veterans was really happy for those guys to because I think some of them were nervous going in. And they all killed it. Did Dale did? So today, I'm busy smarting John now. Okay. I wanna get into this. Explain to people what you've been doing this morning. Okay. So I don't know if you've seen but the field conditions at. At the stadium in Mexico City where the chiefs and Rams are supposed to play on Monday. They are awful an absolute joke. In fact, that has Teke stadium. I think it's called stadium. I guess there was a secure concert that tore the whole place up. No lie. You know, they do not lie. And now they're trying to fix the field. Matt Hasselbeck tweeted just a little while ago to me. It's absolute joke. You mentioned peewee football. I coach peewee football. We played on a better surface high school games around the country are played on a better surface. This is a pro this is pro football. And it's the two best teams in the league MVP candidates. Both teams nine in one Monday night football, national stage. So John what I did. I believe in change. I believe we can make a difference in the world worked out for Hillary. What do you got? So. I have created. And I hope you'll get behind this. With me. I need to hear your argument. It is a change.

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"teke" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"I doubt you'd wanna put raglan on that type of field as well. And you know with the chiefs record you're more cautious with with those type of guys. I think any way even if even with a difficult ramps team, by the way, the Seahawks leading the Rams seven nothing in the first quarter right now. I will you send me a picture of this issue of people with this field because I'm trying to find the problem that people are having with this one on. I just I got you buddy. All right. I appreciate it. Because I wanna see this looks as awful who from the comeback dot. Com concert destroys as study at as Teke, right? The we've field week before. That's not good who played. There was a Justin Timberlake looks like a soccer team. Oh, my yes. That's the same field. You can find these funds online searching on Twitter for chiefs and Rams, and you could see a we're talking about again that games eight days away. So it would take, you know, if you're if you're the NFL, and you're thinking about, you know, to again of your teams that could referee representing conferences in the Super Bowl Atlanta. You're sending your best crew down there to figure out what to do about that or move the game. Man, that's nasty. That's it lines are wide open. You want to jump in? We wanna hear from you five seven six seven six ten five seven six seven six ten is the phone number and text messages. Always welcome on the text line at six nine three zero six on Twitter at Arrowhead pride. Hashtag AP six ten coming up..

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"teke" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Exclusive Andrea Bocelli would sing during the service, and this very famous restaurant in Florence NO Teke pinch yori who's going to cater the affair. This is a Michelin three star restaurant. So we got it. Holy cow. And then besides her wedding. Dress Benita is going to need three other gowns just to get through this wedding day wedding, period. The invitations were sheathed in lambskin. Don't get to pissed off about that. Well, yeah, I certainly wouldn't purchase that. No. But on the topic of this situation, but need a pay thousands for the dresses, and she paid ten thousand dollars for the invitations. So this is where my radar would go off when I have to start paying for things. 'cause that hits me in the pocket. Well, yeah. Yeah. If he gave me the money and said here by invitations, I wouldn't buy lambskin, but I'd buy expensive ones if he gave me the money sure who they're going to and he was paying for the dresses Scher. But if I have to start paying for these things, I'm going to be much more skeptical. Now, he said he'd pay her back. But why because she was well off she had a good job. She was pretty. I don't think she was rich, by any standards, some standards. She was she lived in New York. And she most people who live in the city are rich compared to a lot of standards earn. She heard a kid in private school. She was well as wealthy enough to Ford some nice things, right? But not this. No, no. And her friends that were invited purchased airline.

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"teke" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Behavior. Is saints reporter for as Teke TV. Win a fuck is at broadcast. It's is at the center of a jet brouhaha. Basically, if you see this girl, she's fucking haughty, right? She's got her little pass here and she's got some Cleveland show all my God. You serious. They got a picture of her at a jets practice. She's got on the tightest, fuck and jeans of ever seen in my life with the most perfect round as you've ever seed. And she's in high heels. Okay. And she's walking around a bunch of football players who got the testosterone going with a fetch shit, talk and coach lemme guess somebody said something out of line. This is just, this is what I mean this right here. And this is one of these things. You can't say. We'll look how you dressed because they go, you're blaming the victim. She should have a right to have three quarters kids outside of her shirt with a thong going up or fucking ass crack, and she should be allowed to walk into a locker room. With a bunch of football players and not have one out of fuck in whatever the fuck you're gonna say, well, one fucking rude comic. Give me a break. NFL boss, Roger Goodell was demanding answers last night from jets players. Once you look at the pictures, Roger. What are you a fucking eunuch? You don't understand what the problem was for players, coaches, accused of subjecting female sports reporter to sexist locker room conduct. They should've just said for subjecting her to locker room conduct. This is basically what happened. She went into a locker room and was subjected to locker room conduct. Can you believe it? I remember last night when I went out to a bar and I was subjected to Barham conduct, I couldn't believe it. I was like, what am I in a bar or something. As they prepare for their season opener tonight. Gangrene is dealing with the burgeoning scandal over the treatment of Innes saints for Teke of Mexico. This girl is a ten. She's fucking smoking gorgeous. You gotta see the way she's dressed. Okay. And fuck you ladies. Fuck you. Look at the way she stressed. She's one of those. You know what's funny about the broads out there is this is the kind of girl, right?.

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"teke" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"And now our now you have these modified cells that seems wonderful advancement will I can tell you, you know, me personally, I like it for two things one because I do these experiments. Anything that makes the experiment that I do go quicker means one, you know, I have more free time, but also means that we can do more experiments more quickly. He anyo in increase the pace of development of these therapies. So we're excited about that. And I think we're all the the second thing is that if it's easier for us to do in the lab, then that means that it should be easier and cheaper and simpler to do in the clinic as well. Right? There's going to be people going away to does supply. All cancers. So what, what who does this treatment apply to? What sort of cancers does this? Does this make sense for? Yeah, yeah. And so I think that case, you know, I I, I live in the in San Francisco, so it's hard to not. You start using all the the, the buzzwords, that the Teke invoice news, but you, we think of this more as a as a platform, these these immune cells, T-cells, they can be made to be specific for many different types of cancers they can. We can if we can modify them very quickly, we can modify them in just the right way to attack this. You know this type of tumor, say prostate cancer or colon cancer in. So rather than using you trying to find a chemotherapy that works against every single type of cancer. If it's really easy and really fast to modify these immune cells to make them the right type of. Immune cell for an individual cancer, and then to be an individual type of cancer or potentially even in the under the heading of personalized medicine in individual patient's tumor. If fast enough and easy enough, we can make the municipals have just the right modifications so that they attack that patients or that type of tumor. That's the that's the grill will little bit right, which is instead of trying seven different things in saying, well, this worked on this cancer in this person, but it didn't work on this person with this cancer. It's going this, this person's type of this cancer as we can now move on these things. So quick that we can act on the minimum much more personalized ineffective way is, is that kind of what we're you're aiming for? Yeah, no, I think that's exactly kind of kind of the goal. We've started by making the process of doing that modification, simpler easier. You know the next steps that knew it for our land for many. Other labs.

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"teke" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"You know, the probably looks like he's at the front of a pair as as front of a fish tank, but everybody expects every posted to be back to the future. Jurassic Park, whatever. Yeah, they're not all gonna be a not good. I I can't even remember any race in post. Did you say this poster? I might. I put it on Instagram. I've done it in the style of the Akron pasta. He's it's softball pile of garbage in spice, and he's surrounded by the toast is from the the dock screen cyber fart. Yes, obviously, and I've used, I've used the tag, he's he's fine. His catchphrase you should probably move as he should probably probably. Probably me anyway. Some of that. Yeah, I bet you did while we're saved more or less it must have made didn't go viral. I thought it would be no. Why? Because nobody knows anything about this character wrong character. Yeah, yeah, no people saying this just looks like a Black Panther or Thole report. Yeah, run this Phantom Menace because it's all underwater stuff. It's not. It's not. It hasn't. It's not the greatest cut together. Try LA in the sense that there's clearly some dialogue in there that's been put in for exposition site that won't be in the movie. There's at one point Mira says to Ackerman, you'll have brother like it's clearly being put together. You'll have brothers coming back and he's going to take kingdom like it's it's really no. First of all, nobody talks like that. You don't have to say you'll half brothers your, if you say anybody just say nine yet, or you'd say your bra, your brother, like we don't need that amount of explanation in a try, and it just makes it clunky, and we'd. What I do like about this trial. I think the underwater affects of them just being on the water and talking, but the haze moving. Yup, I think looks quite good. Yup. There's some Wata shorts where people local at so much, say GI it's an underwater city. What are you supposed to automate? It's not like the end of every day, say movie where the standing in a gray field on this fire it smoking lightning. Yeah, I'm gonna. That's unnecessary. I'm talking about real quick. Some things we miss. Yes. All I did of things. We miss thing. You can thing I missed. Okay. It's. It's. Nothing. Look. I like they've committed what's the video? Thank you. I liked they've committed to black Manta Lucas look. Land. Sorry, lane into what might I mean? It could. It could have looked ridiculous and it kinda does look ridiculous, but they've committed to the look and it's got gigantic, hate visualizes. Coming out of the is, don't believe he's part of his pal said that's achromatic all ended Lantis Teke because apparently own. He's half brother. Meyson. Yes, you know, tell you how the other is putting technology. Yeah, he helps him out with a soap Reverend. Yeah. All right, pretty good. I mean, I do the hall like the origin of the bullies bang like, hey, what did you kiss a fish? You get him and then he split would keep. And then you know he's Harry Potter because he's magic..

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"teke" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Able to perform in flashes last night teke tito looked like the tecoteja are always obsessing andrea squad dotto they said they're going to give him i think every chance to prove his fitness because obviously he's a player they would love to have look i know it wasn't a great game but they look good at times and they look like they have been a death yeah we will of course keep a close eye on then we'll speak hopefully with tom marshall when we get to our our group because we're going to be the pod the official pot of l tree and and mls saturday five o'clock pm portland timbers in the galaxy six straight wins now for portland after they'd be colorado three to samuel armenteros scored twice two weeks for him he's got just three starts the season but he's got three goals in his last two games meanwhile endo addy has just two goals this year and i guess that means portland has good problem in that they have to guys at this position that they can choose between they need to start defending a bit better though perhaps but look what actually ms don't just scoring position well here's the deal they played eleven games the season just four have been at home and they've won six straight coming off the horrible start that they had where they lost five so i think all in all they took the scenic route to get here but i think they gotta feel pretty good about where they are we're gonna learn about them over the next several weeks because here's what they've got coming up the galaxy of course this weekend then sporting kansas city than atlanta and then seattle so this is an interesting stretch for the timbers and then sunday eight thirty sporting kansas city and minnesota end.

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"teke" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"teke" Discussed on The Tech Guy

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