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"tenyear" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"That drives the economy up but it's all borrowed money and what goes up must come down when it's borrowed but if it goes up and it's you're spending money that you actually have and a whole bunch of people did that simultaneously over a tenyear period the economy would boom all of that to say that this debt economy at the federal level with the federal government borrowing they're drunk i mean like they're stoned and you borrow in like you're drunk like you're stoned on cars and student loans and furniture and vacations and all this you drive the economy when you're doing that but you're falsely driving it because it's it's a it's a shell game it's a house of cards and it's going to come down what goes up must come down when it has to do with that but if all of that spending was done with real money meaning not borrowed money you would see the economy increase you would see prosperity increase you'd see individual wealth increasing you would see charitable giving increasing this is what would happen if people move towards god's ways of handling money which by the way this is not my plan this is god's grandma's buys handling money live on less than you mike live on a plan don't do get rich quick avoid debt have money saved to buy things have money saved for emergencies have money saved to retire on have money saved to send your kid to college get out of debt.
Kentucky House Rebukes Bevin For Saying Teacher Protest Caused Child Abuse
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from bleaker street presenting the new thriller bayrou's set in nineteen eighty two jon hamm plays a former u s diplomat synagogue she ate their release of a kid nazi i a operative also starring rosamund pike in theaters april eleventh live from npr news in washington i'm barbara kline president trump has issued a series of furious tweets this morning about former fbi director james komi and his new memoir due out tuesday about his brief tenure in the trump administration npr's camilla domino ski reports in the book komi calls president trump unethical untethered the truth in ego driven on twitter trump called komi a slime ball out of whack and not smart komi says in his book polls may have been a factor in his decisions about the hillary clinton email investigation trump tweeted that komi went public about the investigation because he wanted a job but komi was already serving a tenyear term as fbi director comey says trump demanded a loyalty pledge which he would not give trump denied that tweeting quote i hardly even knew this guy the book comes out tuesday camilo domino's sqi npr news kentucky law may occurs or formerly rebuking the state's governor for saying teachers who took a day off to protest last week left their students vulnerable to sexual assault kentucky public radio's ryland barton has details vows ends of teachers descended on the state capital in frankfurt last week calling for more education funding and protesting recent changes to pension benefits signed into law by governor matt bevin in an impromptu press conference bevin criticized teachers for taking off work to protest i guarantee you somewhere in kentucky today a child was sexually assault that there was left at home because there was nobody there to watch them a guarantee you somewhere today a child was physically harmed or ingested poison because they were home alone the state's republican led house of representatives passed a resolution on saturday condemning bevan's comments saying quote the governor's words concerning harm to children are so beyond the pale that they're unworthy of repetition in this honorable chamber for npr news i'm ryland barton in frankfort kentucky.
"tenyear" Discussed on The Talk Show
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"tenyear" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"A startup is the smallest group of individuals who are conspiring to change the world there is something to that visas startup is basically a conspiracy to change the world ended occurred to me that his his scheme against gawker this this tenyear journey to basically white this media outlet off the planet was in its in its own way it's it's own conspiracy arts are it was a conspiracy to change the world as wealth and so i was just endlessly fascinated by it and i felt like everyone had missed that and so i decided i decided i'd right about it at such what it could have talked through the case severe rhyme so it'll it'll begins with this postone gorka with the headline pizza thiel is totally gay people and this was an open secret right i mean tale which guy he was wasn't hiding it he just had told everyone to won't was there about this article that made him so very angry i i think it was it was that it was his open secret right that that his sexuality was his business and as long as he wasn't breaking any laws or hurting anyone with it i think he believed that that it was his his story to tell and if you think about it what's the sexual orientation of the other investors who put in their money in in in facebook in that first round what what is the sexual orientation other than in own ilan muscular read hop in what is the sexual orientation of the other pay pow founders and so i believe that this was sort of his personal journey hit his sort of his thing and gawker loved to find those very things that things that were true that other people wanted to keep to themselves.
"tenyear" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"He has had depression in this fight media since his teen years for many years he had endured but enduring is not thriving now he was in the worst episode of major depression of his life our images in clinical medicine features a 24yearold woman who had a tenyear history of intermittent episodes of readiness and photo phobia in both eyes and who presented to the ophthalmology clinic with visual changes on examination the visual acuity was twenty thirty in the right eye and 20 25 in the left eye slipped lamp examination revealed conjunctiva will hyperglycemia and peripheral corneille opacic vacation with inflammation and crystalline deposits in the corneal stromer findings that are consistent with inter stichele cara titus civilised is a leading cause of enters the show carry titus but a variety of other infections such as herpes simplex virus infection and tuberculosis and auto immune disorders can cause it as well the earth recite sedimentation rate was elevated at thirty nine millimetres per hour and evaluation for infectious causes was on remarkable six months after the diagnosis of interest icial cara titus was made the patient reported having vertigo tinnitus and hearing loss audie almond tree revealed moderate sensor in rural hearing loss in both years this constellation of clinical findings was consistent with kogan syndrome and inflammatory disorder characterized by interest icial carry titus and vistide below auditory dysfunction treatment with systemic luca court accords was initiated one month later the patients visual acuity was twenty twenty five in the right eye and 2020 in the left eye audio graphic results showed mild sensory neural hearing loss in both years.
"tenyear" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Rush right because all of a sudden you rack up a few these wednesay start getting that a tenyear approval and acceptance and you go we'll wait a second i wanna keep it right now i'm getting it i want to keep it i don't want the other person to get it so it's the one upper it's the person who drives a better car the new makes more money than you has a better job than you into better school the new that competitive mindset top to bottom understanding that is still a lowvalue behavior even if you're winning even if you are one upping that gets you in trouble as i mentioned because you're competing you found some wins you're starting the lean into a you start to god this is the way and what happens you're getting value but this value is being given to you externally and that's where the problem lies competition is fostered by scarcity scarcity mindset we compete because we think resources are scarce and if we don't get ours we will be screwed it is not the abundance mindset that we talk a lot about on the show and in our boot camp understanding that a scarcity mindset leads to unhealthy competition and understanding that there is an abundance of options whether it's dating whether it's work whether it's education whether it's harvey's whether it's this attention approval and acceptance when you stop competing for it and treating it like a scarce resource you can actually shift things in the direction of winning on a real scale not the fake winning that debt feeling through competing when we've focus on these externals it is fleeting it is an endless run on a treadmill if you are not fulfilled internally if you do not have this value internally and your seeking at externally it is a rat race that you will never win you might have a few victories here and there that's enough to get your arm of treadmill right that might win a couple of battles but you're not.
"tenyear" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The most chip programs work to what's called the ups the tear the early periodic screening diagnosis and treatment guidelines and so this provides preventative care provides treatment coverage uh and of care for illnesses for care for hospitals so it really is quality care that these children are receiving and it has a good uh benefit profile that the children receive and that may not be the case in some of the exchanges and it certainly is going to cost more the interesting thing to to consider is that if you have children moving out of chipping going into the exchange the marketplace then the some of the government's gonna be paying uh for at least some of the subsidies for that some of those uh costs as in the uh the uh uh uh marketplace uh programmes increase or the policies increasing costs and some of that cost is going to have to be borne out by the federal government no didn't didn't the congressional budget office find that a tenyear reauthorization in a tip would actually saved the government money for precisely the reason dr coolly to set yet i mean it's one of the ironies of the situation we're in right now that that one of the the hang up uh four reauthorizing funding for chip has been on the insistence by congressional republicans that the cost of the programme be offset which under normal circumstances would make a certain amount of sense but again that is a contrast with how the tax bill was treated which was which was not offset um now there is no cost uh essentially to the federal government for reauthorizing chip precisely because the way that those marketplace subsidies are structured are the commercial insurance available through obamacare marketplace's is more expensive than chip.
"tenyear" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"There will be a day when it will be as easy and in more soughtafter to create a hologram of yourself or an event to put into vr or and a are experience as it is today to take a photo and there are companies out there that a building it right now and once you see even a a sample of this and understand how much more immersive the experiences you know it's going to happen i just don't know went yeah what about a are we we just saw some magic leap just raised a billion dollars or something crazy in they don't have a product in the market you had to take a are glasses or is that a tenyear or closer two or three years we think the ball so there are different types of glasses one one is sort of the end all be all glass let look like this is light is this in contract uh different objects in space and movement that is likely five plus years out the however eib euros are the ten who knows right there may be classes before then that aren't huge thick goggles that aren't you know holding tablets in the air which could be fined by the way and it's all it's already working in the enterprise space but it's the interim glasses and if we can if there is a pokemon go moment on the software cited john henke yesterday actually and those that type of hardware just as i was talking about for vr you might have that just enough of that.
"tenyear" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"And so the um the jam out there that many people eager to get their hands on is the money that is currently not taxed because people put contributions into their 401 k plans one of the important points to mention now is that later that money will be taxed and so to the extent that the congress is just looking at a tenyear window when doing its tallies on how much tax revenue will be brought in the really knowing the fact that people would have paid taxes anyway and for when case later when they when they went into retirement so it's just to bring forward it it's more at gimmicks in anything mark what's your reaction exactly so livio serves and uh the point here is that they're not actually looking to cap contributions to four one k plans uh under the proposals we've seen so far they're looking to cap the pretax contributions the contributions that give you a tax advantage when you make the contribution rather than when you withdraw and instead require contribution to bug that caps to be uh socalled roth pipe rancher abuse and as olympia described that's the nature of the change and it is a gimmick a bolivia says your simply taking advantage of the tenyear budget window that screens out effect that occur beyond 10 years one of the interesting things to this is also this concept of a roth 401 k we talk about roth ira raise all the time but.
"tenyear" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show
"Like there's just something easy about the i o s for me now i mean i've i've been using it for a buck in 10 years you know what i mean i mean i got the iphone moment came out and that this is the at ivonne axes the tenyear anniversary version or whatever i think it was really weird for them to release the iphone eight and the iphone acts that just seems fucking stupid like i don't know how you feel about it but i was like what like i get that they're trying to do like a cheaper upgrade but even then it's like a not that much cheaper be it's confusing a shit manila they were launched three different fountains leg yet is conflicting it's not only three different fund but one of them is completely different than the other two and it's like but sort of the same like they'll kinda have the same screen a kind of the same camera kainam same chips but like not it's just fucking weird rate well it's hard because they have to hit all these different price points right because you have consumers that are not willing to spend the six hunter but they'll spend four hundred does kinda where they tap out eto i could see how if they would have kept the existing hard were all the same people would have complaining thought that was old yes they needed to bump something but i think that for me it said she a well i mean the ten is clearly a massive departure in terms of foreign factory us like the wave logan that it feels like the eight in older just look old to me now compared to compare to the town one hundred percent i mean the eight looks exact like the seven you're basically just getting a seven with better.
"tenyear" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"Seem fairly pessimistic her kinda like yeah yeah it's going to be awesome then what and so i i must have had four or five things like this morning like hang on this is like the world's most valuable company producing you know the signature product the tenyear anniversary of of the iphone what do you people want johnson out heels very disappointed at felt kind of odd to me as i'm going through the news jim that's funny the washington post on sunday had an article in the business section critiquing apple like where's the innovation they've lost their melenchon i wanted to go online and defend tim cooke neil what are you talking about that he doesn't need my help but reality is the they keep innovating a lot to me apple pay is great easy to use i use it whenever i can it's much quicker than chip cards now uh the watch is a great product of the series to watch if you don't have one for a few hundred bucks pick it up it's a couple i have a garmin watch it is good and and one perk as it makes you check your phone less frequently because you get enough on your watch and it's things that you need to get as well so they're innovating all along the way and i think we'll see more of that today and i find it funny comical even that people are accusing apple of no longer innovating when i mean that's all they're doing it's almost but continue it's just that it's not they're saying well it's the iphone changed our lives zero ten years ago well sure and a minor way but you couldn't take a picture with the iphone when it came out i mean it's change in your life incrementally now all the time still it is a room if.
"tenyear" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"But when you see that you have other opportunities at a as a business and you just let them sit on the table i gotta say you gotta get you got to pick it up from the table and start raanan hot cut absolutely or or completely let it go answer up snuff letica sure shirts thevoz on which wanted to how do you manage all my ideas them are you structuring it at a certain way i know we write everything on the whiteboard him we're kind of like seeing it in and organizing about how to you as a head of operations the loaded question but i mean it is as we start at the compensation you have to simplify it you have to take a take a be see what's possible i mean this isn't as a business you should have a paul's on on workload of everyone and no what's what's even able to to to be done at any moment within your team you don't wanna burn not only yourself out but everyone around you working with you that's not up that's not a powerful way in setting people out for success so it's it's taking a pulse and knowing and again we get on a team call every monday and we connect as a team of his powerful is so powerful now to can act as a team and allow people the opportunity to come to the table with sources of pain and upset he'd back ideas odorless spiratou and everything yeah what's working was not what any support with absolutely no he doesn't board have the team call for sure um and then we're also you know based on the projects all i mean also i forgot to mention this were doing a battery right sorry things up reading the mention of shows like 7 of things were filming a documentary document on this tenyear journey.
"tenyear" Discussed on Upgrade
"A couple of months ago man jason watch 'bladerunner for mike at the movies because whilst jason wasn't a huge fan of the movie i wanted to see it i felt like it was an important one to see because it has a lot of crowd neither of us were really crazy about the movie i think that we necessarily was speak for myself i don't think we necessary disliked it but it didn't sit high up in the overall ranking of mike at the movies movies john syracuse hud this and demanded that we watch the final and talk about it with him so john why are we doing this i'm not so sure i demanded it in fact that i remember fearing i remember being afraid of is your memories goes like jason other like that much and you have we are taste in movies and are so young impressionable and i was going to be one of those ones where you're like you know dumping on movie that like century but but i was pleasantly surprised that both of you seem pretty even keel to other even though neither one of you were or were big fans but you did watch a theatrical release which i think was mike's a sort of misguided notion that he wants to watch like the one that everybody saw riboside naturally scores when i was in theaters number you want to see it could not months ago i feel like the one that has all the cash shea well i guess they theatrical wanted us terms of like set designer whatever but like that this is one of the first movies where it was really important to the biggest fans of the movies that you watch a different cut like this obviously wasn't the first directors cut but it was sort of the most prominent directors cut among geeks said you know do you know movie that has a theatrical release in a director's cut as like oh yeah blade runner and of course you have to watch director's cut affleck or that was that was the really important thing to do um i think the dregs her with a tenyear anniversary of the movie or whatever but it's one of those movies that you know as a cult classic and it it was not it was.
"tenyear" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"This new iphone release i mean i know that there are i know that there are rumors that the launch of the iphone 80s can be pushed back and part of those rumors are informed by a report out of apple because apple puts a blackout period for their employees when something big is coming along and the blackout period four and it's essentially apple saying look don't take any vacation four this block of time and reportedly the block of time is enormous this fall it's like early september to late november but did up at a miss altogether are they miss altogether meaning like anything out is again a christmas you mean yet no no i well i think that the now tracy colorado would drive and listen to bed read some of the reports of indicate that uh cook is presenting a you know normal uh outlook for uh the roll out of the phone there no indications there that that there's going to be a miss um so i don't i don't know that the rumors the rumors do not have as much traction today that there is going to be it a delay this will be the tenyear anniversary of the release of the iphone is it in your mind fair or unfair that there are heightened expectations for this iphone release because it is the tenyear anniversary uh that would be unfair because there's no no cause and affect there he knows the thing either a tenyear anniversary has to lead to uh anything is significantly different is is uh you know really the downfall of many marriages you know that iggy that expectation here's a tenyear anniversary.
"tenyear" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money
"So it's not that's not what i was expecting that she would come and professor love for you and you would say action well you're getting it done how we use saddle had a few women was get in touch with an relationship with were who in comparison to the amount of years it was in a lot in was maybe three or four this was like within a tenyear period you know what wish your wedding like norway was small as you will match you was the white dresses in thornarice who was it was just you know her and i in a room in a prison visit our own she had paul a cousin as a witness and with that i had a friend of mine as a witness we stand there and we exchanged vows vows rewrote piece of people who rated off often reach other simple when he was sweet which your wedding anniversary a wedding anniversary is ironically december20 server it was the day i got arrested for this crime did you see that on purpose yesmy wife did it on purpose he said that it was that date is such a dramatic d my emeliso she just wanted to at least turn it into a positive if she could as you chose that wedding date to turn into a positive that's heavy very coming up why once his wife decided to have children while he was locked up even before we got married we we talked about it she was about 34 to timeshare and children.
"tenyear" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"Two edm songs or losing it in wrestling to chinese women did you see this lost assembly boy so he he squared off with this young lady and it started armas on and she she she grabbed over she tickled his side which i thought was unfair and then he sort of letter win oh now you don't seem to me the kind of dad that ever let his boys windmill so were you disappointed or d you think in a what claes taking advantage of of a business opportunity in china an you'll let ladies when because women are looking for equality right to everything so the the shannon challenge you to accommodate she got a what as disappointed the clay i'd lost an arm tra anyway i'm not disappointed in this though michael here is the here's the the headline the inside story of klay thompson tenyear extension with anta worth a reportedly up to now get up to the deal could reach according to nick the paula the deal could reach ten years and eighty million dollars at this would make clay a top ten mba shoe indors her out there with course the likes of kd a to a seth curry abhran kyw re write the the the the titans a james harden damien lillard the titans of the american shoe industry michael is this report accurate what do you know about klay and his antiltte at aloma protocol when did this happen but i knew he was a over there working for enter but i did not know the details of his a few contract but the outcome can use of there was going on i was talking to tell me the full extent of it because i think of when the things that when was competing let me know if he wants to let me know vips if if if it was any my business i was acts of course it was up to him and he wants to tell me or not but i guess not as out there but nothing's a secret anymore her when you pull up police deals out by many sweet deal miot with house working with nike.
"tenyear" Discussed on Here & Now
"I i see that it cost only seven million dollars to build which means is unimaginable today and they made it back in ten years that's correct yup and in fact on within that same tenyear period the the canal was choked with traffic i mean it was an immediate success uh it it they started in eighteen seventeen they opened segments as they were completed much the way you would with a with a modern highway project um and as each segment opened there was there was a media uh traffic and when they finally opened it end to end in eighteen 25 um in there were traffic jams from from the very beginning so in uh in eighteen thirty six they started enlarging it um and they the deepened it to seven feet the lengthened the lock chambers and made them wider and most important they they put to chamber side by side at each location so that that east and westbound traffic could could flow on interrupted in what kind of things were being transported along the canal the biggest thing was grain uh we and other grains from the midwest on a the canal was originally promoted as a way of of opening upstate new york and it actually facilitated the the opening of ohio indiana illinois michigan wisconsin all those great lakes states that could ship their product by lake freighter to buffalo it was where it was transhipped to canal boats went through the canal uh was towed dumb hudson river by by in large rafts by steam boats um and then uh vote loaded onto oceangoing freighters in new york harbor do you think that we would have the great midwest cities if it weren't for the canal probably not i mean chicago cleveland detroit on duluth are all canal ports arm and they were all places where the produce of the hinterland was brought to the lakefront um and uh they all had canals of their own i mean the cannot vieri was so successful that on most midwestern states saw imitated at uh immediately following its completion would you say that the state that was impacted the most though is new york state oh absolutely yard near new york and and particularly the the two cities at either end of the state of new york city.
"tenyear" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Uh teed numbers like that is staggering i just think it's incredible the way society and culture has been transformed by it i mean everybody it seems owns an iphone and you know they've built their lives around it and i think apple is defined by it essentially no matter what other great products they've come out with it's the iphone and little else yeah and and that was so that we we thought about as we look to write about the tenyear anniversary was for a lot of every day consumers they think about how the french changed their lives what they're hit the the conversation that you're not having at the dinner table or the interaction that you're how they via social media the uber ear ordering um everybody's very aware uh what the iphone has done to change their own lives i think oftentimes we we don't think about how much it changed uh apple as a company has well i'm so so we looked at and trying to peel back the onion on that and and asking you know what what difference did it make to the company isn't apples biggest problem that the iphone with all that it has spoiled his basically overshadowed everything else about the company it's all about the iphone basically in the company's success rises or falls on that single device and as such it has to somehow keep making each successive iphone better than the last yes absolutely i it it accounts for about twothirds of apple sales.