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"terex" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"terex" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Let's go places Terry scope of the youngster for Detroit. You feel good about him starting and the veteran Darren Character cycle will get to start for the visitors. He's the game backed by Sarah Whalen, several a Talk about the keys for Terex Scoble against his White Sox lineup. They're missing some big bats, and yet they continue to score runs. He listen. He's got to attack these this lineup because the lineup listen, anybody can win at any time just lined up. To me. There's nothing is not a power laden lot of light up today. They have some young kids in there. There's some left handed hitters. He needs to take advantage of them. Keep them off the boards early in the game, especially beautiful day 79 degrees, clear skies, light breeze blowing at the moment in from right field that's been shifting wind as we lead to game time. His speech today is going to be brought to by Bell tire where you'll always get the lowest higher price period. In the first inning by Draftkings America's top rated sports book. APP. TIGERS Come in 36 46, the White Sox 49 32 now get ready to face the 24 year old native of Hayward, California Terex Kubal. First pitch of the game is a fastball that's lined into center field base, hit in toward left center, chased down by but do rounding first head into second is Anderson will throw his offline and Tim Anderson starts the game on the first pitch with the line drive double to left center field. Well, let's say that he's just amazing hitter in the You know he's going to go for second with that speed that he has We try to give you the numbers for school but by the way for and 7th 70 hits in 77 2 3rd innings 35 earned run 16 home runs 36 walks 94 strikeouts. Last time out, brilliant pitching performance against Houston seven innings, one hit. One run. He walks, nine strikeouts..

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Angela Percival: A Different Path to Becoming a Successful Photographer

PhotoBiz Xposed

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Angela Percival: A Different Path to Becoming a Successful Photographer

"You're a graphic designer at our terex and did you say you created a film. Yeah created so. We weren't doing video back fan in the product videos. Were a saying like film as part of a marketing brand strategy. It just wasn't part of what we did in so i actually pitched my boss who was a creative director said. Hey how about. We try this film thing so i told myself video and i actually pitched one of our athletes to help me because he knew how to edit and so like i kinda think i can figure it out and so i did that i then we need to do photo shoots at actually do on that. Discuss two matches anyone that's ever done. That knows so. I just went purely stay purely with a photography still photography. So you've got this job. Your design navy credited the film. You wanna moving to photography. Surely that i just say angela. His company budget gumbo by itself a cameras shooting for. She must have learnt photography. Along the way i did. I had a partner. He was a graphic designer as long he showed he started the photographic terrasson. We go on shoots together. And so i would shoot photo in. He would shoot film or we would switch and a kind of self taught partially on the job but also wanting to have thoughts about we do this kind of shoot and then we would go out and experiment and it was a small company at that point so there was lot of opportunity to experiment. But i would say the transition for me was when i decided you know what i think. We should shoot women's skiing. And then i had some friends that were going to europe and they invited me to go with them in the self. This is where it kind of. Put my courage behind me. And i paid for the trip myself and i said to my boss if it works out you can just pay me back

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"terex" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on The Bio Report

"The ability to identify diseases at their earliest stages through the detection of minute levels of biomarkers office the potential to make interventions before the outward physical manifestations of illnesses can bloom and long-term damage can occur. Terex is developing a platform of ultrasensitive. Biomarker test to give researchers greater insight into the transition from health to disease and the ability to detect diseases at an earlier point in their development we spoke to kevin were soft sqi chairman president. Ceo of contracts about the company's ability to detect minute amounts of biomarkers the implications. This has for drug development and diagnostics. And how this can help drive a future of precision health kevin. Thanks for joining us by pleasure dan. We're gonna talk about precision medicine contacts and its efforts to use its ability detect biomarkers in the blood to allow for better diagnosis in early interventions in neurologic uncle logic and other conditions. Perhaps we should start with the notion of precision medicine though. what's meant by determine. How big a gulf is there today between medical practices most patients experience it and the potential for precision medicine approach to transform how patients are diagnosed and treated yet. Hey i think the golf is pretty big and we actually call it precision health as opposed to precision medicine mainly because the scope of what we think is possible actually gets into preventing disease were no medicine would ever be needed so the precision health concept is both using medicines that are prescribed in are perfectly suited to really attack. The disease word condition at a person has but also longer term being able to avoid the disease altogether by the way we live our lives and avoiding disease triggers. That many times are what are the the real source of the disease. What do you see as the reason for that gulf. Is that simply a matter of taking the abilities. We have today in crafting. The clinical tools needed to apply.

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"terex" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on The Bio Report

"Thanks for joining us by pleasure dan. We're gonna talk about precision medicine contacts and its efforts to use its ability detect biomarkers in the blood to allow for better diagnosis in early interventions in neurologic uncle logic and other conditions. Perhaps we should start with the notion of precision medicine though. what's meant by determine. How big a gulf is there today between medical practices most patients experience it and the potential for precision medicine approach to transform how patients are diagnosed and treated yet. Hey i think the golf is pretty big and we actually call it precision health as opposed to precision medicine mainly because the scope of what we think is possible actually gets into preventing disease were no medicine would ever be needed so the precision health concept is both using medicines that are prescribed in are perfectly suited to really attack. The disease word condition at a person has but also longer term being able to avoid the disease altogether by the way we live our lives and avoiding disease triggers. That many times are what are the the real source of the disease. What do you see as the reason for that gulf. Is that simply a matter of taking the abilities. We have today in crafting. The clinical tools needed to apply them or does it also involve cultural institutional financial barriers. Well you know. I think that it starts normally with that is the ability to reach an achieve something that today's technologies cannot read the once. You have a technology or a vision for a technology that could trance. Trance form healthcare. You then have a lot of these other components that That must be found what you must find a way to reverse that could be that the financial side. It could be the cultural side the adoption. There's so many things that can get in the way of a great technology or technological vision

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"terex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Took place, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it will be done leader. McConnell and I are trying to come up with a bipartisan agreement on how depends up the trial. Make no mistake about it. There will be a trial. And McConnell, though, has tied this to the issue of filibusters. Legislative filibuster is a crucial part. The Senate. Leading Democrats like President Biden himself have long defended. He says he can't stop it from coming to the floor, but he can control enough votes for guilt or acquittal. And your Bloomberg fashion report, China's President Xi Jinping, inspecting the site of the 2022 Winter Olympics, sported a high end arc Terex parka. It drove up. The ante group's stock is Anna tries to up in Nike is China's top sportswear brand. Hope it was cobalt blue, and the cost was 700 US. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter walking down the runway to duck prisoner. All right. Thank you. Our guest for the half hour is Carl 10 and bomb. He is executive VP, also the chief economist at Northern Trust on the line from Chicago. Lot of the market has been focused on this spending plan put forward by President Biden all 1.9 trillion. It's already drawing criticism. Not surprisingly, from several Republican senators. Do they have a point here? Is that a little too much at this point, or does the economy need 1.9 trillion Doug. The economy needs more than what is in the pipeline. The bill that passed before the end of the year as expiration dates on many of the key supports for the unemployed and for small business in the middle of March and very few of us Think of the pandemic will be under good control by then. So clearly you need to extend those timelines is very important. In addition, I believe, and I think many yet will join me in saying that the best economic stimulus that we can provide They successful vaccination program, And while we're a little bit further along than they are in some other countries right now, they're almost three times as many doses that have been distributed as had been administered and the program is running into our host of logistical challenges. It probably could be helped with a little bit of extra attention and, yes, some additional funding. There's certainly details in the proposed stimulus that you can quibble with. I'm personally not sure that additional round of checks to households is the right way to go as it has less potential to spur the economy. But in answer directly to your questions, Certainly there is some additional increment needed Tol Titus through from where we are today to a post pandemic future. Taunting us through and the vaccine rollout said Going to be good, obviously, for risk sentiment. How much further of a rally do we see in equity markets when we're looking at the S and P 500, potentially getting towards 4000? Old markets have certainly been cheered. Ever since the news of the trials of the first visor vaccines were announced. It was a remarkable laboratory achievement. That is, any inventor will tell you, Juliette, this a long way. From the lamp to mass production, and that's what we're experiencing now for equity markets, though they're looking out over a very long course of time, And now that the there seems to be a bound on the period that will be constrained by the pandemic. We're certainly looking forward to better growth and better times. In addition, the central banks around the world have pledged to continue to make money readily available. Interest rates are likely to stay lower in some jurisdictions Negative. That is helping valuations. Well, you bring up a good point, and I'm glad you touched upon that. At the end of that last comment that you made talking about Central bank policy. We had the EC be leaving rates unchanged and affirming the size of The asset purchase program it around 1.2 trillion. At what point does this become kind of problematic for the markets? If the emphasis now, as you rightly said, he's got to be on targeting vaccination. And providing fiscal stimulus and support of an economy that is kind of crippled under the weight of this pandemic. Do central bankers need.

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"terex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I are trying to come up. With bipartisan agreement on how to conduct the trial. But make no mistake about it. There will be a trial, but McConnell has tied it too. Now. The issue of filibuster legislative filibuster is a crucial part. The Senate. Leading Democrats like President Biden himself have long defended it, He says. I can't stop it from coming to the floor, but he can control enough votes for guilty or acquittal. China's President, Xi Jinping inspected the site of the 2022 Winter Olympics. Sporting a high end arc. Terex Parker. He drove up the anti group stock is and tries to up and Nike is China's top sportswear brand. It was cobalt blue, costing $700. U. S. Well, look at me be a fashion reporter, Douglas. Thank you, Ed. Let's get two shoes in the Schmidt Our guest of the half hour since in his head of equities at Viva on the line from Chicago. Thanks for being with us, Susan. Another day of records, at least for the S and P and the NASDAQ all about technology. Do you want to chase these stocks here? Do you maybe see a pullback in the near term? Well, I think we have seen ah lot of strength in tech, and this is relatively new. Remember that check was not the front runner is we went into the fourth quarter of 2020. It had been leading the year and then I think it's really people took a breather from the space. I think coming back with Intel's news and certainly what we're seeing this far into 2021. We might be seeing the effect of being oversold as we close out 2020 and interest is going back into tech. People are realizing that you know for a lot of these chipmakers is very much about the Senate. Right now, in about the demand that is going to continue for all those things to send my chips go into and so our consumer our consumer needs wants and demands him. Really, I think only increase the demand for technology overall in this new covert corner environment. Susan, tell me something way. So what happened when we got $600 checks Now, people may well get $2000 checks the implications the markets could be profound. They could be, And I think that's an interesting thing to note. I also think it's one of the things that is bolstering up. The market's performance right now is we continue to see that deviation once again between Main Street and Wall Street were Wall Street. Just keep pushing that market higher and what we're looking for here is as people look out. I think there is an assumption that the consumer On average is in very good shape their balance sheets a very good and as we start to hear more about the Biden administration, further stimulus and confidence that there is an end in sight of the vaccination program will be, you know, fully evolved and pushed out that we will be seeing a return to normalize economy that we will have the ability to go back and have that in person transaction and flow. People will come back and spend more the consumers prime to do that, and the consumers mentality. Is prime to do that. And so I do think that the market is looking at that, saying there is a lot of stimulus Seo still becoming certainly that potentially $2000 check coming to individuals is going to make that confidence level stay high, and ultimately, that's what we need to remember that the U. S economy still revolves around the American consumer. And so the stronger confidence is better. A return to normalcy. We will have another theme emerging from the White House. This idea of renewable energy. Evey vehicles. I mean, is this something that you can get behind? Don't answer quite yet, because we'll have much more time to unpack that thread. And then I want to ask about the issue of cyber security because We noted earlier than Intel released its report ahead of schedule, and now we're getting indications that Cos said that it was the victim of a hacker who stole financial information, and that prompted the company to release earnings ahead of schedule..

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"terex" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"He's joining us on the draft Kings. Assign Evan the hiring of AJ, Hence the shortened season. 2000 and 20 was crazy. What What would you say? Is the highlight Would it be the hiring of Henchoz air? The emergence of the young players? If you have the list three things you think That upgraded the Tigers moving ahead beginning in 2000 and 21. What would they be? Well, you know, I think if you're looking from an optimistic standpoint, if Casey Mai's Terex Global. Even the exact coordinates go on to have the careers that the Tigers hope they have a fan's hope. They have that I think people will always look back in 2020 as the year they made their debut and under strange circumstances and Here. They got their feet with the year they built a foundation for the future. Obviously, if the opposite happens, and they don't pan out, people will look a 2020 for a completely different reasons. But I do think it was kind of the first moment when so many of the Highly touted prospect finally began to arrive in the big leagues, if if only briefly, so I think it was important in that sense of them. I think the end of I don't know if you can call the three years of Ron Gardenhire and era but it kind of the three years of transition between the Tigers as a big spending, contending team going through a rebuilding process. And then, ideally emerging from that process with a new manager that Ron Gardenhire was kind of the caretaker of that process. And, you know, despite the win loss record at the end of the day, I think Most people most people enjoy this presents like them felt like he did a good job felt like he was a good guy felt like he endeared himself to the fan base. You know as much as you can when you're basically shepherding a really bad team for three years in Woodberry Falls the Tigers around live dot com Joining us on the draft kings guess fine. The biggest challenge for 2000 and 21 seems to be when the season will start. I know the owners and the Players Association working on that owners looking at the possibility of 140 game schedule. May start May ish start sometime there beyond the pandemic. From a pure baseball standpoint, What do you think is the biggest offseason challenge for Al Avila? A J. Hinch and the Tigers organization. Well, I think just navigating this uncertain landscape right now because there really hasn't been a lot of action on the free agent front around the league, but there's certainly been very little action. Among the Tigers as well. And you know, the most recent comments from elevator have suggested. There's not gonna be a whole lot of action in this winner, which come to the disappointment for a lot of fans because most did kind of expected this would be the winner when The spending restarts a little bit and they take some of the money that's coming off the books and they plow it back into new players. But it doesn't sound like that's going to be the case or at the very least, it sounds like they're willing to wait. Quite a long time to see what happens and the overall bet baseball landscape before they make some signing. So In that sense, I don't know. I think the The challenge is what is 2021 going to be? Is it going to be another year of growth? Or is there going to be a step backwards? 2021 going to be a kind of Ah, a year where they get on the cusp of contention, and then Congar over the top of next year, or they're going to take a step back and look more like Team that lost 114 games in 2019, and I think a big part of that answer is going to come for what they do this winter. Even if they're just going for the shorts room, one year free agent veterans. You know the veterans. They choose the plans they choose to sign, I think will go a long way to go towards determining what this coming season is gonna look like and they probably shouldn't in all of my time and covering the Tigers they've shed Let's light on what exactly? Their plans are this winter. Than any other winter in which I've covered them, and the scepter was because they're probably not spit planning on spending a lot of money, but I think also is part of it is just it's there's never been a landscape like this in baseball were really No one is exactly sure what the 2021 season is gonna look like just yet. Heaven would bury him like dot com Tigers insider joining us on the draft kings guess I nearing the you'd show across Michigan. Yeah, but I look at it and I kind of tells some Tigers fans. You may wanna prepare yourself because the shortened season a special the 1st 30 games gave everybody a lot of hope. Hey, look, we're in the playoff mix, and then they Came back to reality Final 30 days. But if they get to 140 game 160 game, whatever the extended season will be in 2000 and 21, I am curious. Will it be a step back to move forward in 2000 and 22, or can they continue growth with AJ hinge that will be interesting to watch? Yeah, And I think the hard reality is right now at the team as currently composed if the Tigers do nothing else between now.

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"terex" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on For Your Reference

"To see him grow. you know. He wasn't just all stubborn the whole time. Yeah he knew that he. He was trying to overcompensate establishes authority because he knew he wasn't at his best so all the things came. I cold when it really just was he overcompensating and then when things got out of hand i think he had a moment of self reflection he turn into terex howard tarring solitaire when he started biting and fighting a flight and at least he wasn't put down. I think those bond between mahogany and him list rex's brought so much victory and he's a good walking dog the farm so the bed alternative was already castrated him. It's just a matter of making mellow few and see where it goes. We've given fair the sort of not necessarily not necessarily sedatives but like things to calm. Him was the word because he's really bad during storms. But you could see. He was suffering. It was just not moving. It's all in the eisman. Yeah right. It's the kindness in the is like in love and monsters. Crypt us up. I could never doing that to him again. Yeah absolutely he doesn't need discipline. Some breakable kimmy schmidt reference. But i do like that. We learn more about rex and it wasn't just a man feelings. And he delivered the borough mu quote which are forgotten. The foster saying that's like borrow view. That's easy that's a fun easy fostered. Hails like work bombed you for our who is also had of yeary to get all that. He's not nice office for our friends. We did cover the office or we can be mainstream gals when we want to be. But i liked it like you said we got the okay. This is a bit dramatic but we got the redemption. Ach full terex. How the show that before we move on all the characters. I just wanna say. I really appreciated the scene. With pharma hogan and babe babe was like ran off and was shivering scared and was losing fluids but i feel like bay was only gone for a day. But hey maybe pigs have a different metabolism..

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"terex" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"terex" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"It's certainly going to be a question after the game question. Yesterday, we saw the Terex Kubel up to 98 99 91 Nelson Cruz takes a fastball 93 low in a way to one twins in the third, but Jim We saw 91 92, but he was changing speed to look like my designs. Sure, Wass, and he's kept that velocity all game long. But again, he was when he dialed it up late innings 97 98. It was impressive how he held the velocity all game. Well, this is it's a tremendous arson on the school's. He's tremendous picture the 20 up again. Hit him. Well, He just He doesn't have command of any right now. So he's hit two batters. It just hit Nelson Cruz with a fastball. The splitter is not a weapon. That's a pitch that that's his go to pitch. Yeah, that's his go to picture assistance. See and for command, But I have not seen one pitch yet. Did you say Hey, that's what we're looking for. No. Not at all mean. He's trying that two seamer. It has movement but not good command. Let a prompt to visit Rick Anderson heads out to the mound. Every mound is supported by soaring eagle casino and resort to New Day. Its soaring eagle, soaring eagle casino dot com. For details. Do you think Jim just mean he mentioned last time that he was just kind of squeezing the ball trying to do more in stressful situations, But these air, non stressful situation, batters and Walk guys with bases empty. I said that last time it was just one of those games just didn't have. The stuff is just another game like that. I mean, it's too early that I said in this any what? With velocity there. There's something just not right, because when you don't have that velocity above 92, it makes it very difficult. I'd be perfect with your pitches like you said That was just a Navratil fastball to Polanco average..

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"terex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"terex" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Structures sure motor do you have bag intelligence for Beijing intelligence chief Asia economist Tom Orlik insight into a crucial industries stand today and where they may be heading next senior analyst in Honshu world street accu men with the intelligence center the research of limitations on hunts and great to have you on the program since taking telogen only on Bloomberg radio Bloomberg radio Bloomberg dot com conversations from Bloomberg television here's Vonnie Quinn Terex calls over four hundred million dollars in annual recurring revenue in the first quarter despite what the company says it is an abrupt and significant change in customer buying behavior the stock is up twenty eight percent year to date we're joined now by Atari CEO dean Stoecker so don't give us more details on the abrupt consumer change and how Terry crews managed to pay those in order to service the new consumer yes we saw a an abrupt change at the end of Q. one and it's interesting as the I believe the only publicly traded pure play analytics software company we actually had a stellar quarter fifty three percent growth in in bookings forty three percent in revenue very good metrics in in terms of driving twenty million dollars in operating cash flow ended the quarter with about a billion dollars on the balance sheet so thank you very strong at that the second half of March of course I think the world came to an abrupt halt in in that the challenge wasn't actually just buying behaviors it was actually just getting through the work from home environment not adjust our side but on on customers aside as well even with that we were able to still execute seven figure deals with very complex transactions that in a global environment.

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"terex" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"terex" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"Thirty thousand people come from all around the world and the people there That are the exhibitors are the manufacturers of construction equipment so I went in with Caterpillar as I always do but there are many other companies. Terex is there and John Deere Komatsu Volvo. And all of them. It's a massive gathering and had begun twenty four hours later than it was scheduled to begin. It would have been canceled. We were right on the cusp of the great shutting down and we couldn't shut it down after it started. We had to see it through. But I just don't know that I have the words to describe how surreal it was being there. Caterpillar had built this stadium You know a small stadium with thousands of tons of dirt in the stadium. They brought in so all of their equipment could be demonstrated and I would take the stage in the stadium Once an hour you know and I would tell stories from dirty jobs. I would answer questions and you know mostly my job at these things is to shake hands. Imagine such it was so weird. Like every ten feet is a pure L. pumping station and we're constantly bombarded with these messages. About how important it is to wash our hands. But we haven't really gotten the memo yet at the Construction Expo like the word. One out that a fist-bump would be appropriate or that weird elbow tap but nobody at put a full on moratorium on shaking hands and let me tell you something when a construction worker stands in line to meet the dirty jobs guy when he or she gets up there they. They don't WanNA FIST-BUMP THEY WANNA shake my hand by and large these guys. They WanNa grip my hand with their enormous Mitts and then they wanna put their other hand on my shoulder and then he went to grip and pull they. WanNa pull might harm out of my socket and so that's really what I did for four days. I I stood there shaking hands. Went onstage told some stories and then when I came offstage I check my phone. And that's how I learned the NBA was canceled and then an hour later the NCWA and then the next day the National Hockey League and then the day after that the masters and then every single thing on my personal calendar for the next three months every appearance every shoot every production all of it. It literally went up in smoke. As I was entertaining were trying to be entertaining to one hundred and thirty thousand people who had come from around the world to shake my hand at this event where everybody really just kind of pretended that the world wasn't closing down around us. That's how I spent the nights of March through the thirteenth on Friday the thirteenth. I left my hotel in Vegas and the The concierge said well I guess this is it and I said what do you mean exactly as well? We're at three percent occupancy right now we were ninety eight the night before and the same is true of course for every hotel on the Strip. All the restaurants were shutting down behind me as I left the starbucks closed as I walked up to get a coffee on my way to the airport. My flight was canceled. Caterpillar in an active extraordinary generosity scrambled the troops and got me a private flight back to San Francisco but the airport closed right after we landed. It was like it was like walking across ice. You know and thin ice in hearing it cracking behind you. I got home Friday night the thirteenth and I sat down at my At my table. And that's really what I've been trying to figure out since then how to how to keep half a dozen people employed working on the shows I'm working on and it's really been very strange on the one hand. I'm too distracted to write the kind of stories that I normally do for this podcast on the other hand we figured out a way to keep shooting returning the favor for facebook and tomorrow the Discovery Channel called and Said Look. We do an episode of after the catch. What would that look like? Now that companion show used to do for deadliest catch which is so strange because here we are all the midst of what appears to be the deadliest. Catch all of us in the same boat if you will so anyway. That's what's going on in my life. I self quarantined and then the state made it official and obliged to shelter in place which I would have done anyway if I got it. I was a symptomatic if I got it. I'm no longer contagious. I don't think I got it. I don't think I had it at all but I'll be hunkered down here in the bunker for the foreseeable future along with I think the rest of the country doing my best to Do Whatever version of this podcast comes out. Anyway that's what it sounds like when I free associate for nine minutes. I hope he didn't hate it and I hope you enjoy the story. I'm about to read for you right now. I don't know that it's entirely appropriate. But then again neither is my mother. She wrote it if you like it. Her book is available right now. It's called about your father and you can pick up a copy at about your father. Book Dot Com. The story is called. It's not our turn. It's not our turn and I certainly hope it's not yours. Either is the way I heard dear.

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"terex" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"terex" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Three point three million Americans applied for unemployment insurance just last week the highest weekly total ever recorded by the labor department it's as if everyone in the entire city of Chicago suddenly lost their job and these three point three million are people who are successful but filing claims systems in a number of states have crashed and there may be many more Americans who have wanted to file but couldn't the Senate passing the two trillion dollar stimulus package overnight AB season as delicate Terex planes how some of the money will be doled out as part of that bill the government will send people earning seventy five thousand dollars or less a twelve hundred dollar check plus five hundred per child those earning up to ninety nine thousand dollars a year we'll get a smaller check checks will go out on April six it could take four or five weeks to reach those who will get it by mail those they get direct deposit could get it sooner there nearly seventy thousand coronavirus cases in the U. S. tens of thousands in New York City mayor bill de Blasio says that Senate package only gives the city about a billion dollars less than one percent of the total and nowhere near enough I don't understand how anybody any public servant could live with themselves if they deprived the cities in the middle of the biggest crisis since the Great Depression deprived us deprived our state of the money we need a makeshift morgue has been set up outside Bellevue hospital in New York and police are now patrolling the streets to enforce social distancing board says it wants to reopen five north American assembly plants in April a spokesman for the United auto workers says they're reviewing that announced with great concern and caution Detroit area hospitals are now caring for more than a thousand covert nineteen patients you're listening to ABC news coming up now on six ten here on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let's get out to traffic is helping this report is brought to you by Allstate locally we have one roadway hazard on north found sixty fives on the blue oaks offramp disable big rig it is blocking the right lane for the time being if you're super commuter headed southbound on I. five out to the bay area on two oh five and five eighty things still looking good all the way down to Stockton no delays all the way to Tracy on two oh five west bound and you look good on the transition to five eighty really no delays all the way up over the.

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"terex" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"terex" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"From fiction? Get your information from a source can trust. You're listening to America's First News this morning with Gordon Deal. Texture spending time with us. Welcome into Monday. President Trump has threatened to rip up NAFTA right to shut the border with Mexico to impose tariffs on the thriving car industry in Mexico and yet two years into his presidency. A strange thing happened Mexico has become the number one US trading partner. More from Mary Beth Sheridan, Mexico correspondent at the Washington Post. She's with us from Mexico City. Mary Beth this surprised me. Surpri, even when I called trade experts in Washington, they had to go look it up, but two months of the year, Mexico Prague pass Canada in China to become the top trade partner of the US something that I don't think it's ever had before. Wow. And it would be based on what what's changed? Going on one thing that's important to note. Is that one reason why Mexico look so strong? It's actually the time looking weaker and basically less to the Trump administration post Terex on a whole variety of Chinese products. So wait before the terrorists affect a lot of companies jammed as much stuff as they couldn't do the pipeline of Chinese exports to the west went up, but then after that took effect they went down by quite a bit. In fact, the trade with China dropped by the first two months this year about ten percents. Stories really China phone behind. But at the same time, you thought.

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"terex" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"terex" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"You can do because it's a bunch of street driving. It's long street drives. And then you gotta go real fast. And you only get one set of tires. You wouldn't have a little issue with that. RTR's? Yeah. It wasn't. It wasn't like a fully done was. No one knows the gray. One sounds real fun. It was good. Very fun. It felt good on the track. You feel like a natural there. More than a regular GT for sure I mean, we do we do suspense what I wanted to do was have a car that a Mustang Mustangs are amazing from the factory. And I just wanted one that someone could buy and they go drag racing road racing drifting, whatever, right and just a very well balanced fund car. And so, you know, it's got adjustable suspension. And and it does that. So it was nice. Didn't we have an m three that year? Remember it being kind of comparable in a lot of ways. So that I think that the new Mustang is like it's the three of a slightly more reliable right now. I mean there isn't over. It's like a great overall car. Car. It's comfortable. I think the interior is really nice looking now compared to like twenty seven. It was just grey. Sure this show you the five hundred years go in the. Looks pretty fun. I did see the mules. I was at four performance. I don't know year or so ago, I saw the mules and I saw the that's Terex and I saw the motor. And I was like, oh, yeah. Super don't suit for supercharge GT adventures now with the five to okay, let's do that seven horsepower. Saying that might go in the raptor to the motor. Well, it should right. And then you because a the echo boosting the raptors kind of man. I mean, you know. Yes, I think it's affective, but not emotional. I don't think I think raptor needs to growl at it doesn't. So it sound it's a sound sound thing. Because let's agree that the performance is phenomenal one hundred percent one hundred people, and I'm driven the fucking GT. Dude. I respect that motor. I know how that car. The motor is sees the tits. It's amazing. It's the best essay, yours is very nice. You have a good one. Thank you. Good spec. That's very nice take it out to the canyon Sunday. Are you really do you want to meet us in Malibu? I've got some Lotuses. We'll talk about that. All right..

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"terex" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"terex" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three three go P R O L. Forty six degrees. Now, partly cloudy in Boston at eight nine teen heading up to sixty four degrees this afternoon. WBZ News Radio ten thirty. With the news watch never stops. Good morning and thanks for joining us. I'm art Cohen our top stories now a triple shooting and Matt opin yesterday leaves a grandmother dead in two people wounded. New Hampshire state. Police investigating a head on collision between a pickup truck and an SUV that killed the woman late Friday night, a Londonderry police officers charged any Bola outbreak in central Africa has killed about one hundred people in the past three weeks, Virginia and Texas Tech. The last two teams alive in the NC double A tournament and they'll meet for the title on Monday night. President Trump is campaigning to narrow the gap in twenty twenty with Jewish voters CBS Kenneth Craig was at the last stop of Mr. Trump's western states, visit in Las Vegas. Chance of four more years punctuated President Trump's campaign rally before a group of Jewish Republicans in Las Vegas on Saturday. The president lashed out at Democrats on a range of issues, both domestic and international if lamented the Democrats, radical agenda would destroy our economy cripple country, and very well could leave Israel out there all by yourself. The president addressed a number of issues in his speech from strengthening the economy and growing jobs to immigration at one point. He took on a silence seekers the fact that he's got on his face shine. We don't let the fact that he's carrying the flag of Honduras or Guatemala or else. Only to say, his petrified. The country and on Twitter. The president says seven hundred fifty agents have been redeployed at. Ports of entry, and he could possibly use tariffs on cars to force Mexico to deal with the flow of illegal immigrants to the U as border ABC's, Tara poem at the White House. Get Mexico just one that year to stop the flow of migrants. But he said he'd rather used car Terex put pressure on Mexico, and this is he tries to strike a new trade deal with the country that will replace.

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"terex" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"terex" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Badesch WGN radio newsroom. These are the stories that matter around seven twenty WGN. The one. It's going to happen. We're going to bite the dust. It's all gonna happen to us. We're not gonna live forever. So we have to have an estate plan. And that's why we're talking to Rhonda Johnson. What say the name of your law firm because it's a big mouthful, Sherry Droste. Kivila Eoghan McMahon and O'Connor and you guys are in Arlington heights downtown Arlington heights. And we practice in the areas of estate planning and administration corporate law and also real estate both commercial and residential, and I've had a nice long relationship with your firm, and some of your real estate, your real estate lawyer there in particular, you guys do such a great job. It's nicer in downtown Arlington heights for people who don't like to come into the city. It's wonderful. You can park their get a Cup of coffee walk around, scenic, Arlington heights and get your wriggle work time. So there's no excuse you, don't even have to go into the big city and pay fifty dollars to park. So. Anyway, let let's talk a little bit about the the nuts and bolts of estate planning, and that is the will and the trust. And there's a lot of confusion because people say they probably say to you need a will. Or should I get a trust? Or do. I have both and explain what they do and explain how they're used. Sure. So a will is a legal document that Terex how you wish your state to be distributed it appoint someone to be your administrator. And if you have minor children at people will nominate a guardian to take care of any minor children. So a will is if you only have a will a will is filed in the county in which the person lived when when they were living, and if you have over one hundred thousand dollars in your name alone, the will is pro baited when you pass away, and what is probative me. And you say it's filed in the county. It's filed in court. Well, it should be filed either way. So even if you don't have a pro beta state the law says. Is that you have to file your will in the county so food becomes public record. It does it is. So, but the only time it has to go through probate court, which is the legal supervision of of your will. So the will is followed, but it has to go through a procedure, and it has to go through the probate process. So a lot of people want to try to avoid that they don't want the public hearing. They don't want the extra costs or the attorney time. So they'll choose to do a trust. Instead. And now, let's talk a little bit about a trust. So a trust is essentially taking it out of probate because you're creating a trust is like I tried to explain it like creating a corporation like a a business. It's another entity where you name yourself as the trustee for your lifetime. And then if you become disabled or when you pass away you will name successor trustees, and it's like a will because. She will talk about when you do pass away. How your assets are to be distributed. But the key to trust is the trust will only work if assets are put in its name. So in order to avoid probate, you have to transfer things such as your house your Bank accounts into the name of the trust for the trust to control. So okay. So let's see I have a house. Let's say I have some a savings account a retirement account a checking account, and and maybe I have some personal property. I create the trust. And the trust is something like you said, it's an entity. It's it's a business, and I, but I have to retitled it. So I have to change the name on the on the deed. Yes, I have to change the account name to the trust cracked, and I have to end. So now all of those assets are sitting in this entity. Okay. But I can still sell the house. I could still take money out of the Bank account. I'm not impeded from using.

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"terex" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"terex" Discussed on KTRH

"Lewis. You're listening to ground zero Joe who a fans from Florida Senate, very cool Email, I want to read it to you. She said I clicked the play button. And then it clicked the stop button. My decision was buying with my outcome. My choice on the spot was and remains. I'm not getting involved with this stuff. She said he would shut like should be trapped in something. She says I cannot make choices I would naturally make. And so she felt trapped. And you know, what's interesting about that is is that it reminded me. I've just how much of a social experiment all this is and Ryan Gables with us tonight on ground zero. And of course, Ryan Gables veteran radio personality producer pretty show the secret teachings. Who's broadcast focuses on the synchronicity of alternative news health history. Philosophy paranormal symbolism occult esoteric, alchemy magic and more. He's been on this program before of course, Ryan secret teachings are not aligned with any specific ideology. So he is very open to a lot of things we had a discussion about banner snatch and bird box. And so we welcome him tonight. Ryan welcome to ground zero. A cloud. It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you for having me again. So would you say that, you know, even though, you know, everybody says, oh, you're getting worked up for nothing. I'm not getting worked up for nothing because I think that this is a social experiment. I think people are missing the point. Do you think it's a social experiment? I think it's a social experiment amongst so much more. I think literally there are so many layers to this that you could do multiple shows maybe Monday through Friday and not get to the bottom of it. That's how I perceive it. Well, obviously with all the endings to banner snatch that I don't even know about and with all the Esa Terex about programming control. I think that it's like the reason why most people see banner stanch and bird boxes because one leads to the other. You know, what if you look at art mimicking life, and then you look at how life also mimics art, and you look at how through art manifests a form of life. I know that it was very popular for a while when we heard about the leaked emails the pedestrians and the Clintons, and we heard about this woman who still very famous to some marina and Brahma Vic, and she said that when they perform their rituals, whatever those rituals might be in public. It's simply art, but when they do it in private it's a real ritual that is intended to invoke or to evoke something to create something where she used to in some of those videos, we saw she would paint a small effigy with blood the life force with milk and nurturing substance with semen, which is the seat of life in order to bring it to life. So from art manifests a form of life. And I think that through these various forms of art, whether it's music music, videos, TV or movies or social? Meeting the internet, CLYDE, what happens is forces manifest through that either by the direction of those who make them or by perhaps other unseen forces that used the use these as vehicles to come into our world, if that makes sense well in the Atlantic put out an article saying talking about banner snatch said, it's not only talking about the future. It's creating the future. It's it's creating a commentary on a future that hasn't existed or doesn't exist or does exist. And so they make it happen. The idea that we become the algorithm, we're controlling Stefan and Instaphone realizes that he's being controlled. And it even comes to a point where you can communicate was to say, I'm controlling you from from internet social platform called net flicks. And you're going to do what I do as I say. Why haven't seen Vander snatch yet? So I'm really upset at you CLYDE for ruining the stop it. Are you are you are you going to do this to me to? No, no, no, no. I'm going to watch it. I'm going to watch it on your recommend people are saying, they say, we thank you. I wanna watch it now, and I hope that flexes paying you. They're not paying me. Well, I like black mirror. I've watched all the episodes. And I thought it was really interesting. It was something very simple that could be overlooked. The reason that the show is called black mirror is because in magic you use a black obsidian mirror, usually it's made out of his obsidian stone, and you peer into it. It's called peeping seen or scrounging. And when you do it, you divine the future so through the black mirror, which is our television screen, our cell phone or tablet or computer, we in the future through black mirror, which gives us a very disturbing view of the usage of usage of that technology in the future. In fact, the intro to the third hour. This program has taken from black talks about we gaze into our screens lovingly getting information. It's the first thing we see when we wake up, and it's the last thing we see before go to bed. In fact, we look at our. Phones more. So we kissed our wives good night or a girlfriend's. Can we see our phones more than we see them? We use all forms of technology that bring us more and more into a virtual world where we have avatars that are created. I don't mean necessarily a literal avatar that you use for a Facebook page or for your website heading. I mean, an avatar where would we connect to the internet. We developed this digital avatar this profile that is compiled on us and through that profile. The real us is almost killed. Exactly, right. We have we have a we have a an internet personality. We have our own personality and mostly I mean, internet personalities are different from our real personalities. I've learned that because I just I don't have a good internet personality. I don't think people tend to you know, if they if they sound just a little irritated rude. I'm you're rude. Right back at them. And I really shouldn't be I should kind of be a little nicer. But I'm not I don't I just think.

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"terex" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:46 min | 3 years ago

"terex" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Show in the past talked about Daryl dragon Terex has been in some of the battles. He had with depression and Daryl dragon dead at the age of seventy six, but it wasn't about depression. He had kidney failure. That's what happened Harlan bowl. Who is a good friend of the show and has gotten us many guest. Had a statement that he released an talked about that. And would you just heard there muskrat love was one of their top ten hits? They also had of course level keep us together in the seventies. And then that continued on those were those songs that just never never left us. Lonely night angel face shop around I can think of all of them, really. They divorced in twenty fourteen. But she was with Daryl dragon when he died, according to Harlan, so you think of gosh, she think of he he was so talented, and she told us that he was he's a classically trained pianist. And he got his start as a backup musician for the beach boys in the mid sixties and seventies. Mike love from the beach boys gave him the nickname captain of the keyboards after he started wearing the captain's hat while he's performing and then that just lived on. So it was like the captain and to Neil. And even at one point you forget because now we have so many ways to see entertainment, streaming, etc. Net. Netflix Amazon, I mean, you name it Hulu all of that. And as zillion channels, but when they had a show, and they had a show on ABC bell, thirty four million people. Week watch that show, but he didn't really like being in front of the camera. He was more the behind the scenes guy. So sad dead at the age of seventy six and that was the only loss. Also news came down. Super Dave Osborne. Died at the age of seventy six and if you're a fan of Larry David who was the guy who came up with of course, curb your enthusiasm and Seinfeld Bob Einstein had fifty years as a comedy writer and performer. I mean, he started with the smothers brothers to right up to date curb your enthusiasm and everybody knew him as super Dave Osborne and his brother writer director and actor was Albert is Albert Brooks. And he remembered him on Twitter, saying a great brother and a brilliantly funny funny, man, and even Larry David released a statement saying I've never seen an actor. Enjoy a role the way Bob did playing Marty Funkhouser on curb. It was amazing unforgettable the experience working with him was join. There was no unlike him. He told us again. And again, we're in a state of shock both of them. And then over the holiday to some of you might have been paying attention to penny. Marshall's death penny Marshall died, and of course, penny Marshall, so many things Laverne, and Shirley again, you go back to the seventy s shows. But then she was behind the camera and directed a lot of big name actors in several huge projects movies league of their own was one of the biggest that that she did. So she was an actress director producer, and she started on the sitcom route with that Laverne, and Shirley, but she ended up doing so many other things as a result of that. And of course, her brother in Hollywood too as well. And and she was married to rob Reiner. Who if you remember was on show in the seventies? It was pop. All in the family, and she died of heart failure, she was seventy-five Steiner in her in her home. So she passed away in a couple of weeks ago. But that's the death that a lot of people are talking to us really kind of crazy. I mean, listen, it's inevitable. Right. We all know that. But when somebody comes to fame, whether it's in politics or business or just Hollywood way their name is notice they have that that public attention. I guess and so even though we know people who pass away from all these things that I mentioned there's just something about it happening. That people always say, oh, wow. I can't believe it. Oh, wow. Where were they last in? What did you see them last it just elicits response? I think it's one of the common denominators we have seen. You might have thought super. Dave was funny or perhaps you were a fan of. Captain into Neil. Or you still hear those songs on radio stations that go back to the seventies and eighties. So there you go you're up to date on all of that. Meanwhile, while we were all taken a little bit of a break for the new year to bring it in. I want to tell everyone because I got a bunch of emails on this. We will do nail the score because the s we have playoffs. So we will do the nail the scoopers thing. Coming up in our next segment. You can always send me an Email don't panic if you can't jam on the digits, eight five five to six sixty to eighty three always send an Email, Kate Delaney radio dot com, click on contact and boom just like that you're in. So while you were out mega millions sword. Oh, yeah. Did you go and get a ticket for dollar throat down for that lucky quick pick. I think people say. Oh, no. I never play the lottery, but then they go to get gas or something and they throw a buck or two down on it. I think it's actually two dollars somebody one. And here's something interesting for you. The winning numbers were thirty four forty four fifty seven sixty to seventy and the mega balls fourteen. I know somebody out there hasn't. You're listening to right now. I know it somebody does, and they always publish these things. What do you do? Call a lawyer work at your finances. Prepare yourself to tell a lot of people know stay off the radar because you don't want. Everybody to hit you up. All of a sudden, you'll have new friends, you know, all that kind of thing. Well, the the down the street from me, not in my neck of the woods. It wasn't the winning number for the lottery, but somebody picked up a million every day. Like, I run by this seven eleven and somebody picked up a cool million. How sweet. Is that? Just Plunkett down and then ends up with a mill. And of course, the government's gonna take there's somebody said that to me, I'm like, well, I don't know if somebody gives you like half a million dollars is sort of like free money. I don't know. And then I saw this. And here's a good comedy nominated for all of us. You know, what you keep hearing word over and over again, there's now especially with our language something becomes a hot word, and you hear it you hear you hear it. And you hear it. Some of the words that from you know, from last year heading into this year, that's perhaps perhaps a little bit over used. And I again, this was something that I was looking at is. Wheelhouse. And I've used wheelhouse before eight A wheelhouse. Technically is the steering wheel compass navigating piece of equipment and. People feel that it should be banished because it's an awkward word to use in the twenty first century just read this this story, and it's lake superior state university in Michigan. They're the ones saying this every year, they put out a list of words that should be banished. Would they call from the queen's English for being overused misused or just use lists? I have definitely is. We'll have wrap my head around to comprehend something. I don't really understand. I got to wrap my head around it. Why should they? It'd be banished is what they say impossible to do. And makes no sense. Well, half of what are crazy little cliches are don't make any sense whatsoever. Right. When you break. I mean, I got a million of them. In fact, one night later the next two weeks. We're gonna do what I think are the craziest things that make no sense. Make no sense whatsoever. I here's another one legally drunk. So they're saying why should it be banished because you're a little tipsy? That's all that's legally drunk people who are ticketed for drunk driver, actually it legally drunk, and we should say so. Illegally. Illegally drunk. How about that? Then then this is a crazy word accoutrements. I wanna know anyone in this audience who can really say that they use the word accoutrements enough that they think it should be banished. Very few people use the word. Yes. It's hard to spell. Do people really know what it means? It's an extra item that extra thing. It's ensure banish it because I don't think very many people use it. So their list of words in what they thought you should think about when you're out there tweeting or doing. Anything really using language which would mean speaking don't use any of those. So don't say coutry legally drunk skew yeat wrap my head around and wheelhouse. All right, whatever collusion. Ghosting also made the list ghosting his ghosting. Yeah. Whatever that's I think they have too much time on their hands. Because who gets to say, I'm just saying who gets to say that. So I started off this segment by saying be careful with the what's closed if you're going anywhere. And if I didn't I apologize. I meant.

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