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Trump says US will cut oil production to secure global deal
"During a corona virus task force daily briefing Friday president trump discussed the late night conversation with the leaders of Saudi Arabia Russia and Mexico Thursday night to address the steadily decreasing crude oil price announcing a tentative pact to stabilize the market by cutting production of up to ten million barrels a day across the OPEC nations discussions last night with Mexico Saudi Arabia Russia and they dealing with OPEC nations we are trying to get Mexico as the expression goes over the barrel then Mexico is committing to do a hundred thousand fewer barrels Texaco initially balked at the agreement but Mr trump confirms a Mexican president eventually agreed saying the US would cut production by up to three hundred thousand barrels in order to fill Mexico's gap
"texaco" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Tweet about it put has Texaco six a look at my viewers listeners do and I'm I mean I'm gonna tweet about it I I I bet the president I'm gonna get a lot of times and all include him in my tweet I don't think that's going to get to him but what else can we do if anything well you can follow me on Twitter at viva del and you can also follow us at three six oh six the number six okay we constantly post updates on there on my profile we also have a website for our father were it kind of gives you the countdown gives you a bio I usually will post about what we need that week we need that day Instagram as well Facebook whatever you want we're on social media practically what we need is for people anybody that is willing to help reach out to us give us your information you know we want for any governments that are listening out there U. S. Venezuela Xcerra if you think you can help us this is a man's life these are six men that are completely innocent and yeah write your congressman call them the pressure we need our data come home we need president trump to know about this case and to help reunite it's been too long I hope it happens sooner than later and I'm really sorry about what you're going through it is a product of a del Webb bin and her dad to mail way detailed Adele is being held in Venezuela along with five other innocent man as you say and and certainly you know being held with no trial with no drug due due course at all justice is not being served at least do something and then let us know what it is you're holding them about or what it is that you're charging them with or what it is that the in game can be hopefully somebody from from the department's staking involved as well Veronica thanks a million let's do it again okay sure thank you so much all right we're back after this on the Joe pags show star writer zero five zero first terrible because you deserve the truth you and.
Senate Is Expected To Pass USMCA With Bipartisan Support
"Right now is the impeachment. Trial moves forward in the Senate. They're also some big developments on the trade front the US Mexico candidate agreement or the US as it's known is on its way to becoming law. Aw the Senate is expected to pass. North American trade pact. Today with bipartisan support. Sending it to President Trump's desk this comes just a day after phase one trade agreement between the United it states and China was signed at the White House I want to start with NPR chief. Economics correspondent Scott horsely. Scott Good Morning David. Do you mind if you can't just giving us a sense of what is in this. The new agreement that it's being dubbed his Nafta two point. Oh yeah some ca updates the original Nafta to cover things like digital commerce that barely existed existed. When the deal was I signed a quarter century ago at the insistence of House Democrats It also includes stronger protections for Labor and the environment especially in Mexico. Texaco the biggest change to Nafta though is in the automobile sector where this deal requires cars and trucks to include more North American content in order to qualify for duty duty free status and it also says a wage standard that could result in some auto production shifting from Mexico back to the United States. Let's stick with us if you don't mind I I want to bring in another voice here. It's Neil Bradley To talk about the impact this could have on the US economy. He's executive vice president and Chief Policy Officer at the US Chamber of Commerce. Thanks thanks for being here this morning. Thanks for having me David. Does the Chamber think this is a good deal for American businesses. It is for reasons that Scott outlined it makes significant improvements on on things like digital trade that didn't exist before for the first time ever as a chapter on small businesses. There's one hundred twenty thousand small businesses in America who send goods services to Canada and Mexico. So this is good for them. Most importantly however there are twelve million American jobs that are in part supported by trade between Dr Three countries. In getting this deal done passing through the Senate today getting it signed by the president provides certainty for those twelve million Americans. Is there anything that businesses businesses might lose with the end of Nafta since this is now going to be replacing that that agreement. I don't know that there's so much we lose. There are some changes. Ah You know. No deal is perfect. This isn't the deal that the US chamber would have written but on balance. It's one that enjoys bipartisan support. And perhaps that's the most important aspect about it. We've had political conflict between the two parties between business and labor over NAFTA since the ink was dry back in the early nineteen nineties this removes that uncertainty Labor Business Democrats Republicans were all bought in support of this new agreement. And that's something that we you don't see very often in Washington anymore and that's something that our economy and American workers deserve to have. which is that bipartisan? Buy In in Washington. I speaking of uncertainty. I WanNa ask you about this new phase one trade agreement with China We've been hearing already. Some doubts about whether China is actually going to buy these billions and billions of dollars more in American goods as they've committed The government is is leaving some doubts about that. Are you confident if they don't follow through on that. Could that hurt American American businesses in terms of what they were expecting here. We'll certainly and it's important that everyone live up to their commitments and especially important that the Chinese live up to their commitments in this phase. One deal Equally fact even more important than the purchases and that's good for American farmers and manufacturers is resolving some of our long standing trade trade tensions with China intellectual property theft forced technology transfers state subsidies that make the disadvantage American businesses. This this phase one deal begins to tackle some of those problems not all of them. That's why we need to phase two deal so it's especially important that in this time the Chinese to all all of their commitments that they've made as part of the steel just stepping back over the last few years of trade policy under the trump administration. All that's come with it. Scrapping deals igniting trade disputes drawn out renegotiations. On the whole. Do you think these new deals are worth the pain. That businesses manufacturers farmers workers have have felt. I so you have to look at each one individually. The President deserves credit for tackling longstanding. Problems with China You people can disagree with the tactics that got us to this point but it is really important that we finally address this these problems with neo the the world's number two largest economy You know I I think NAFTA USMC as a little bit different I think we could have gotten to where we've gotten today. Maybe without a little bit of the turmoil We'd like to see less last turmoil lessons. Certainly in our trading relationships with Europe but part of that's on both sides of the Atlantic the the Europeans are doing some things that are currently disadvantage in American businesses. Neil Bradley is Executive Vice President Chief Policy Officer at the US Chamber of Commerce. Thanks so much for your time. Thanks for having me and I want to bring back. NPR's Scott horsely Scott Sounds pretty optimistic. There the view from the chamber does that reflect. What you're hearing I mean is is optimism widespread among American businesses and elsewhere? You Know David the. US MCA THE AS GONNA make some modest changes to NAFTA and so it's expected to give a modest boost the US economy by Mo main most forecast is supposed to up GDP by maybe one third of one percent but the biggest sigh of relief. You're hearing is that. The president didn't scrap NAFTA with nothing to replace it as he had threatened to do. And that's the certainty that Mr Bradley's talking about likewise The phase one China deal would avoid some of the disruption to transpacific trade that the the trade war has brought but it still leaves steep tariffs in place on about two thirds of the stuff we buy from China. Historically free trade deals have been about lowering trade barriers in the trump era. There's also a pretty good dose of Protectionism N._p._R.. Scott horsely Scott. Thanks so much you welcome
Get Off Your Phone and Get Into 'Travel Mode'
"Technology travel is undeniably helpful but overreliance on technology and the Internet can also be a hurdle between you and a rich travel experience. Seth goes written about this topic in his new book. Rediscovering travel travel guide for the globally curious and he joins us now for some advice on how we can switch it over to what he calls traveled when necessary seth. Of course there's great uses for technology in our travels. Nobody would deny that but technology can get in the way and I think that's what you addressed in your notion of the travel mode. What is the travel mode? Well think of airplane mode on your smartphone when you get on a plane you put on airplane mode is a bunch of stuff. It just doesn't work and basically Iowa's fantasizing about what because I'm on a trip and I have my smartphone and now my smartphone works in every country in the world. It used to be great. Used to not be able to use your your smartphone in some countries but now works everywhere so it always be like no. I can't use it. I'm not gonNA open tripadvisor knocking to open Google maps. I'm going to get through this day without without it. I'm not going to post to facebook when you know at the Pyramids at Giza or anything like that. So I had this sort of this fantasy that my phone would tell me what they could do and what I couldn't do so I invented this sort of fantasy app called travel mode you flip it on and the main sort of idea of it. Is it restricts how often often use certain elements of your phone but allows you to use the other ones that really help travel okay. So let's go through these just because we're all going to construct this APP APP in our minds. Thanks to Seth Koogle. What about texting and messaging APPs right? Well I think that people love to be connected with their family in case emergency he happens and I'm not against that so what I've done here is I've said you can choose a few people and allow their messages to come through. But the rest of the folks. You're dependent on that one hour a day. I would. I call connection time where you know. You're in your hotel turnoff. Travel Mode and there you get to answer all Texaco's encased cold Turkey here we're going to give ourselves one hour a night to be wrapped up in Oliver social stuff in my fantasy I actually would have it be a A. GPS based thing and you can only use these things when you're inside your hotel room you're not allowed to use them outside so that's a bit of A. It's even more of a fan I like but it's fantasy fantasy so that's okay. Now you mentioned when it comes to email limit your email responses to about the amount of time it would take to right. The weather's here was you. Were beautiful message on a postcard in the old days. Two minutes Max composing each message. Well email is really these days kind of a work up in a way so you know if you have to answer so the question you get two minutes to answer it. That's it and of course it has to be during that one hour of during that one hour in the evening when you're not in overseas when you're really beck at home in your normal. There's just no such thing these days as an emergency email if someone needs to get in touch with you during the day they can text you or call. Yeah now social. Media's the big deal it just we they seem to have a deeply ingrained need this show off on social media when we're traveling but how does this impact the experience. And what should we do about it. Well there's a huge debate in travel travel. But I I can't help but think that if you're posting to Any of the social media apps while you are somewhere. Then you're taking yourself out of the moment now. I do understand the need. They sort of human desire to show up where you are or at least inform your friends of what you're doing or to be clever. So what travel mode does it still allows you to take the pictures to take the videos and it just can't post them until you get back. You're certainly not allowed to see how many people liked it and who commented on. Oh Yeah just doesn't make any sense to do that when you're on vacation and and these software companies are so good at stroking yours. Serotonin needs by headstrong you. The little hearts in the little sparkles as people love would do. It seems very unnatural to take a picture that would be great on instagram. And then wait until nighttime to to post it but in reality you might even be in a time zone where everyone knows asleep anyway right so it's clearly to me. It would make my trips so much better if I were forbidden from posting on social media until nighttime okay so we got permission not to be reporting live but why do you need to interrupt being in the moment. Get the luxury of reporting later and and working within seth's Travel mode our when you can be connected. What about relationship APPS? This is a very interesting point that you brought up. I never even I thought about it. But there's a lot of relationship APPs that can actually be a plus in your travels but under certain constraints. Well I've been amazed in speaking to people a bit younger than me and a bit singler than me who used stuff like tinder on vacation as a way of meeting people usually romantically? But but not always and and I just think it's a great way to meet people in the place you are. I completely forbid you from swiping people in your hometown while you're on vacation vacation. That is completely unnecessary at does not make any sense at all. Now it's funny. You say that because I was just having a barbecue dinner with a vagabond friend of mine. He's a free spirited bearded guy that basically is on the road almost all the time and he's alone and I was marveling at how he enjoys himself so much alone and he just constantly a uses these relationship as he travels and not necessarily for Romantic hookups purchased. Hey I'm coming into town and wants to get together. And it's a huge bonus for his his Solo globe-trotting to use the relationship APPS. especially if you're the kind of person that has a lot of trouble SM- smiling and ask a question of a stranger. It's a way it's an easy way to meet eight people in. It's become a very normal way to do it
"texaco" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"User experience above anything are they got great support team email them with any questions you have and they just finished a one bitcoin giveaway so that could have been you <hes> if you downloaded it before september. I i think the dates august twenty four th september first one lucky winner so if you're out there and you're listening and you were that listener. Please get into contact with us. We'd love to bring on this show ba. Let's jump back to what we were just talking about. I think what we're talking about. Here is extremely pertinent to the conversation that was revolving around the bitcoin and bitcoin cash fork exactly in part i mean it was largely because that some some of the guys wanted a bigger blocks and which would result in more centralisation of the network and the reason why that requires more centralisation of the network or i should say the reason why it affects wchs or causes more centralisation the network is because <hes> these blocks require more storage and a normal guy like me and pizza mind would actually be able to you you have you know gigabyte blocks it would just be we would need to use a data center and be too prohibitive. Is that correct yes so <hes> it definitely state storage rich so in bitcoin storage basically utech so set right so the the faster the block time or bigger blocks. You tend to have more transactions than potentially more or you texaco's created that definitely will create more demand. I'll stay storage but also ben with as well right so when you have bigger blogs that means just more data has to be transmitted <hes> with the same amount of time so it would demand higher throughput or bandwidth requirements so then you know it will be increasingly difficult for somebody you know <hes> <hes> just staying at home have a home computer to be able to catch up with all of that. <hes> i think for bitcoin is less of the at least current right now. It's less of a problem but for for example you already see this happening. It's just a less your professional in the running nose on a claw machine with very high specs abused and especially early access the hard drives it just impossible almost impossible to <hes> to run a note at home in a home environment and <hes> and be able to sort of validate the blocked from genesis. <hes> you know you just can't catch up right so you become slower and slower than take more and more or disc space in the progression of evaluated from genesis or would just be always be slower within the current. Were the head is for temple. Yes so could we dive into a little bit of what makes good crypto economics and now you said you were. We're doing some research in that. In kind of the idea here is we wanna know what makes token actually accrue value. Yes uh show that's yeah. That's something we put a lot of time to to research so let's again. You'd something simpler like bitcoin. <hes> the reason that bitcoin has value is basically people believe that the network secure over time in then <hes> that the network can protect their their bitcoin over time and then that's the reason people are willing to treat coins as money or.
"texaco" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Maintain. civilization we couldn't the I. D. F. and yet the number of young people don't even think it through they do we've got to get rid of fossil fuels to save the planet you can't. these people think fossil fuels were invented by fossil fuel companies to destroy the planet. yeah Exxon Mobil Texaco they don't care about the planet all they want are evil profits. I thank everybody involved the fossil fuel business is trying to destroy the planet there isn't a subject you know market your amazing things they work if there was an alternative to fossil fuels believe me. it would be up and running and making a heck of a lot of money. the fact that there isn't anything better than fossil fuels means that there isn't anything better it's not it's been kept off the market is not that the possible guys are suppressing it. there just isn't anything. these people have no concept of what it takes to produce the actual energy. that they can so menus each and every day the wind and solar renewable sustainable. right right right I really worry about the overall. level. or lack of education. they're just average ordinary people this country have I got take a break we'll be back much more straight.
"texaco" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Solar that can heat your home in that drags of winter no. is there anything wind or solar. that can get you to and from work that can get stuff to and from the groceries knoll. Russia forgetting electric vehicle electric vehicles what do you charge them with you know charging with a windmill. you know charging with the solar panel your charge them with electricity which comes from what. they hated coal. after the guilty of fossil fuel of all. the idea that we can eliminate fossil fuels and maintain. civilization we couldn't the I. D. F. and yet the number of young people don't even think it through they only we've got to get rid of fossil fuels to save the planet you can't. these people think fossil fuels were invented by fossil fuel companies to destroy the planet. yeah Exxon Mobil Texaco they don't care about the planet all they want are evil profits. say thank everybody involved the fossil fuel business is trying to destroy the planet there isn't a subject you know market your amazing things they work if there was an alternative to fossil fuels believe me. it would be up and running and making a heck of a lot of money. the fact that there isn't anything better than fossil fuels means that there isn't anything better it's not it's been kept off the market is not that the possible guys are suppressing it. there just isn't anything. these people have no concept of what it takes to produce the actual energy. that they consume and use each and every day the wind and solar renewable sustainable. right right right I really worry about the overall. level. lack of education. they're just average ordinary people this country have I got take a break we'll be back much more straight ahead.
"texaco" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fuels that can power your average semi truck delivering a plant free meat. the whole foods. is there anything. that's gonna fly you using the wind or solar from one city to another. no. is there anything winder solar that can heat your home is that dread of winter no. is there anything wind or solar. that can get you to and from work that can get stuff to and from the groceries no. Russia forgetting electric vehicle electric vehicles what do you charge them with you don't charge with a windmill. you know charging with the solar panel your charge them with electricity which comes from what. they hated coal. the guilty of fossil fuel of all. the idea that we can eliminate fossil fuels and maintain. civilization we couldn't the I. D. F. and yet the number of young people don't even think it through the ages we've got to get rid of fossil fuels to save the planet. people think fossil fuels were invented by fossil fuel companies to destroy the planet. yeah Exxon Mobil Texaco.
"texaco" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the phone with someone maybe forty we need all right but what what's with was with vendors what do you mean like Texaco are let's talk to address here from Tetris my petrous however USAR known as well thank you all with you Petraeus body body I use I listen to so much I love when you come on you're the most on is guy in all of radio maybe all of you know the spoken word media you don't care what anyone thinks about you and and that is absolutely true on and off the air and I enjoy that well you're very sweet to say that and thank you for having me I love your show I love all of you and thank you buddy I don't I don't I I don't I am not shocked at Bender's nonchalant attitude toward my appearance well I don't think it has anything to do your parents I think he's pissed off because he was on the phone with somebody and it changed him during the break and I'm gonna find out what happened during the brat you know that happens to all of us and the radio world big life happens while the radio shows on nobody cares I'll give you a perfect example of that I was doing when I used to work on KLSX every single Wednesday inert medium name drop here but I have to for this story there's a very funny comedian they used to come on with us that as own talk show you may know him his name is Arsenio hall yeah yeah traders of justice exactly come on among the fingers we got the beer to justice and got the long fingers of dust and he will come on every Wednesday with us for absolutely no money he just love doing it he was on time every Wednesday he never missed a Wednesday is the most lovely giving human being and one of the funniest man in the world and and he was on with this one night and I got a phone call during the segment on my cell phone and my wife never calls me in the show ever and I picked up the phone well we're take we're we're interviewing some one of his friends was on my you know one another comedian was on the phone and I picked up the phone where Arsenio hall couldn't hear what I was talking about with my wife but I pick up the phone and my wife says to me my daughter was only two and a half of the time and she says she goes she says and I could barely even talk about this she said to him she goes to him she was so fear has stopped breathing and I said why and she goes she's not breathing I'm I'm trying I'm tried she's she's just sitting there her naked slumped over and I ray and I said called golden the hospital call nine eleven and I jetted out the door without telling anybody where I was going I ran out the door ran to my car and get a hundred and ten miles an hour to Tarzan until I got home the matter at the hospital well what happened was she had to take a cold medication that she had a an adverse reaction to and it was it was hurting her it was your breathing was slow and lethargic and labored and and she panicked and and I so I know when you get a call sometimes that it changes your life and you got to go I don't know and was on the phone with somebody during the break a gas and it was podcast related or familial I don't know I don't know I haven't been asked I'll tell you what it what about book at me on the podcast you have not been as no so I can promise you like I can exonerate bike thou sort of with my hands up and backed away from like not fall like maybe he's spoken matter Kate's with sort of the Hey do you hear that noise I think so there was like I have one of those pool filters that like every once in awhile it services and sounds like yeah like somebody hawking like a giant talking in a low key I love those and then it'll spray you every once in awhile as well yeah it is so it is something I'm so used to it that it doesn't bother me but it's really fried the crap I said listen let's listen let's listen I can hear it it also rafter.
"texaco" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Text the frame, Texaco Texaco worker. Let them know what time it is time to get real with rigid for the next three hours. You will be informed about against made his gentleman even entertained. I got a lot to talk about today. Ladies and gentlemen. I am broadcasting live from the porta Sanford performing arts and community centre right here in the beautiful the cap county. I just got finished conducting a panel discussion with individuals who are experts in the field of recovery. As a matter of fact, a couple on the panel are in long term recovery themselves, and they have made impact impact on people. Who are suffering from the disease of addiction. So we wanna make sure you hear from people who are in this space. Opioid summit three point. Oh, preserving youth families being brought to all of us by Commissioner. Larry Johnson out of the camp county and stand Inc. Before I get into the festivities today. I must talk about yesterday. The attorney general of the United States, William they call them. Bill bar has created your first official constitutional crisis. He today has refused to testify before congress. Congress has the right to conduct hearings as they so desire protected by article one sexual one of the US constitution. People have called my program is that were shot. What is the constitutional crisis? Well, you have one today that's one one executive power refuses to acknowledge the power of another executive. So today, the attorney general said no to a constitutional of boarding who is the attorney general the attorney general of the United States is a federal employee. Nothing more. This is a federal employee. Who is telling constitutional authority. What he will? And will not do that is a violation of our constitutional conduct. He has created a constitutional crisis. Here's what else he knows. He knows that the congress. We'll subpoena him. He knows that he may be held in contempt of congress. He also knows this may take years to settle and he knows the congress will never actually enforce the subpoena. Do you know what they can do to enforce him violating subpoena from congress? They can actually have him arrested. The sergeant at arms can go and lock you up for ignoring a congressional subpoena. But congress does not. Have it in them to do? So. So this is likely to go nowhere. It will become a big political debate. But remember you have a federal employee telling constitutional authority what they will. And will not do. Yesterday. The attorney general gave his testimony. And some say he was testified. Well, I disagree. I think he was tested line. I've done some research, and I was able to pull out the lies told. Barklay didn't know that the Muller report in his team disagreed with his conclusions. He said that in a previous congressional hearing Mullah sent bar a letter stating he disagreed with the conclusions. After sent him the letter bar testified. Oh. Yeah. I don't think he disagrees with me. Ally. Another lie bar claimed the decision as to whether Trump obstructed Justice was lifting him, according to Muller and his own report. He said actually, the decision should be left to congress another lie. By falsely claimed the opinion. By the legal counsel that a sitting president can't be charged was not a factor in Muller's assessment of whether Trump committed any crimes the truth is Muller said in his own report that was actually key factor in the president not being recommended for Dighton. Barklay the White House fully cooperated with the investigation. The truth is according to Muller. Trump refused to grant an interview and the team lied to investigators deleted communications. And the list goes on I'm here for different business today. We'll pick this backup tomorrow on my regular show. Today, we are dealing with the epidemic of opioid addiction. We have dekalb's he has be Emory University at decapa county the bulletin cab hospital. Authorities standing corporated remember our man of the hour is none other than Commissioner. Larry johnson. Who's also the net Neko, chairman of the large urban county caucus a lot of counties fall under that caucus is that is that is a national organization. He leads. You can call me up four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three 'cause we are taking calls, but I wanna make sure we understand how to connect the Mesic. How to connect.
Zestful - Transforming Employee Perks and Rewards Programs
"Weeks. I've spoken with variety of leaders from various industries, and there are a few trends emerging from these conversations. I mean yesterday is a Texaco shortage at the moment and organizations need to work harder to attract the right talent today company unpredictably in these customer Centric times the candidates a very often now holding all the cards businesses. Could no longer say that this company is all about the people without actually backing it. Oh, and actually looking after their people and workers are no longer content with just clocking in and clocking out and going through the daily grind. They wanna feel a part of something deep down. They wanna make a difference. An also feel valued by their company an employer to the days of. Micromanage us bullying staff members saying you've got to five in your appraisal book up or you'll be out of here, thankfully, disappearing because I think the same expectation levels. We now have as consumers when are carrying those into the workplace to offer a tangent here. An example are recently observed was over here in the UK Jose Marino, he was often labelled as the special because every football club, he managed he transformed into a championship winning side. But he's lace return at Chelsea. And then a man just, you know, it ended in disaster. And I found myself scratching hand thinking, well, what's changed in that time? And appears to me, at least the days were what the gaffer says goes in everyone else's opinion, doesn't count no longer works Unani to treat people differently or they just won't work for you. Or of course in Jose's position the team stop playing for him. And when not just you know, it got social in who is more focused on the needs of the players and giving them a little bit more freedom. That same team that was losing and went on a ten match on be enrolled. That's just my opinion, of course. But he's clear to me that there is a change in the air. So today I wanted to tackle how technology can actually help increase employee engagement and also offer employees perks to actually mean something called zestful recently discovered that when they could to a nationwide survey asking people if they would prefer a hundred and thirty thousand dollars salary or hundred thousand salary plus benefits and an experience allowance an incredible eighty percent of the survey respondents preferred the lowest salary and the perks package over the highest salary. What a great talking point so book elope and hold on time. So I can be Muir is all the way to Denver, Colorado. So we can speak with zestful co founder and CEO Vogel's about how our expectations and the experience a Konami transforming employee perks and employee engagement. So massive warm. Welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners Labatt who you are? And what you do. Absolutely. My name is Matt Vogel's. I am the founder and CEO of zestful zestful is making it really easy for for companies of any size to create the perfect employee perk program, and we do that with what we call our zestful perk card. It looks and works like a regular debit card accepts it can only be used on the products that the company allows in only up to a specific balance. So for example, common. Use case would be a company gives fifty dollars a month to all of their employees that can only be used on fitness and health. So the employees can use it at their favorite, Jim, maybe their favorite fitness apps. But if they tried to use it at a gas station or a grocery store or even something like Spotify, or Netflix that are not fitness and health the card would decline so in a way. Hey, what we've done is. We've allowed these companies to create these perfect perk programs, but completely eliminating that reimbursement process. Essay sounds so folks any employee I've encountered a previous jobs, especially IT. Well, that's another story. Episode, but it's making eighty for companies of any size to create not perfect employee perk is incredibly hard to actually achieve but you just set the scene and tell me a little bit more about what it is how you achieve and also, of course, what makes it unique from all those other employees companies out there. Yeah. And I kind of wanted to start that question with the two different angles that we come from. I think if you're a small company than the difficulty is actually giving a perk that your employees will will look at and recognize typically small companies can't pay high salaries, they can't give these tremendous perks and rewards, but what they can do is you something like zestful to give twenty five dollars a month that they can use on Netflix or Spotify, and those type of things so from the small company side, it gives them this competitive advantage. We would say from a large company size zestful is valuable on a different angle. And that when you have hundreds of employees the operational costs of managing. Program like a reimbursement process for fitness and health could take hours if not days of somebody's time. So from a small company perspective where the secret ingredient that lets them easily do something like employee perks from a large company perspective, we eliminate that very heavy cumbersome reimbursement process. Now, a great step from zestful last week after you conducted a nationwide Servite up interested at the end of this podcast him back full. Listen to see what they thought it was well, basically US people if they would prefer a hundred thirty thousand dollars salary or a hundred thousand salary plus net. Flicks HBO, Hulu spa if I had space a mail delivery service, you'll gym membership twenty dollar a month allowance to char- if that choice and a hundred hundred dollars a month. Experience allowance surprisingly all on surprising. The eighty percent of survey respondents for
"texaco" Discussed on X96
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"texaco" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Microphone on for you. Visit. Michelle and Jeff for Treva. We'll be back tomorrow night talking about this article that Jeff growth about in the Trenton wing. Now, I'm preaching myself out. About skipping. Station attendants and this a former student of yours was saying that she always tips. And I think also because she carries cash because she works in a tipping industry or tender. She's a bartender. So, you know, maybe they tip better to other people who get tips. But how common is it in New Jersey to tip the gas station attendant now, I get it. If you go to the same person around the holidays, you give them a little extra coming around. No. But I just can't see every single time giving them money. I just I can't see that. But a lot of people are calling in saying that they do one guy five dollars. That's a lot of money every single time. When I was a little Kelly's thing cassation tenants for rich because of cash I want to be when I grew up. Let's go to Michael in Runnymede. You're on New Jersey one. Oh, one point five. Hey, michael. How are you? I always tip back in nineteen sixty seven before I got drafted. I worked at a Texaco station. I do not remember what the wage was. But when a customer came in not only did we have to pump the gas. We had to wash all the windows. Check the oil and check the battery and shut the air and all the tires that was standard.
"texaco" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"We don't go Texaco looking dude fucking her, I should like or or or or good looking dude, right? It doesn't. It doesn't work that way, but Lyle Lovett probably pounded some sweet tale back in the day because he was fun word Julius. So it works that way. You see what I'm saying? So Pete, we'll be able to take this to the pussy Bank and fucking make withdrawal. Yeah. Yeah. And by the way she should be saying to him, you're welcome. I'm doing your favorite treasury bond is about to mature, not even. Yeah, you you've been you now for least decade get the bang chicks at a way hotter than you because I set a precedent which is again, didn't get Whoopi Goldberg any of the thunder from down under she was done. Right? Sure. Okay, makes sense. That's the way we work, but I wonder how much of this has to do with all the pre-nup post NUP top because remember we talked about Bieber and he didn't want one and everyone's freaking out. And then we said, well, Arianna, she's absolutely getting one. So who got in her ear when it was time to sign that paperwork and say, what are you doing? You really going to do this. Who knows? I'm the speculating about dudes are crazy, and chicks you're crazy is it's it's fun. It's like it's a weekend pass at amusement park, but some point you think about moving into the Matterhorn for moving into the camera to the Caribbean and you like, I don't wanna eat cotton candy and hear people screaming, get splash run and people go. But it's great right. Well, it's like a weekend pass full time. I think people start realizing that nuts is super spontaneous, the sexist great, like everything's fun at the beginning. And then when it goes fulltime every dude goes to that you, we all had a girlfriend who's been crazy. It's great for. Yeah, but that's just a song, man, I'm talking about real life. You know, based on like everybody's had a crazy girlfriend or something like that or boyfriend and and it, and it's fun for a little while, but you're right, you get to certain age. I'm not saying there of that certain age, but you wanna move in. You want, you know, it's area. I'm married now I have a little girl, so it's like those philandering days are gone, but they existed and you grow up, you know? Sure. Yeah. I guess you have opportunities when you're in a band. Your the trophy wife for the black Crowes. All right. Well, p should be on suicide, watch man because he's not going to. He's not going to be happy. I also wonder if if this is a manic depressive issue, if when your manic you're, you're up, you're feeling good. You sweep everyone up with you in that, like sort of fun tornado. And then when you drop, you drop hard. And I don't know if maybe she's never seen that come down who knows definition of Pylos ter- so pilots don't really look more like like the foundation of a case on or pile. It looks like you put it up against a wall, and it kinda kinda holds the wall up. Warm place? Yeah, I didn't think I'm not saying it's the same thing. What's the difference between is a pilot or not? It is the same pylon pile. Very, this look just thinking about foundations that's all an retiring retaining or well, you guys were some knowledge. Uh-huh. Brian, I do have Germany or Florida right now. Well, we do tend to play long before. Which I need you a different story. I, I'll right. Land is this fucked up story from, let's play Germany. Or florida. All right. Here we go. Twenty two year old was arrested for allegedly pelting..
Manafort fraud trial wraps up first week
"Hot period the look at the, weekend weather just three minutes away I top story the first week of the Paul Manafort trial is over. Four days and fifteen. Witnesses later the first week of Paul manafort's Bank and tax fraud trial is. Coming to a close government prosecutors are almost, halfway through their list of thirty five, witnesses so far, they've heard. From, manafort's former colleagues as well as from vendors, with, whom, he ran up million dollar, tabs manafort's bookkeeper, and, Texaco, agents also testified next, week the court is likely to hear from. Manafort's former colleague Rick gates he has been cooperating with prosecutors and is expected to be their star witness alley Rogan, ABC news Washington this is news ninety six point. Five Orlando,.
Thieves steal $27,000 worth of tech in brazen Apple Store heist
"You study food just a tip that's all so which of these questions intrigues you there's a lot of them there's so many what else is on michaelsavage dot com angela merkel this and that i never liked her she's destroying our own nation did she destroyed the men of germany she destroyed their masculinity she invaded germany with a million muslims from syria how can you like the person who does that to their own nation was not in prison how can you like a person like that that she destroys the culture and the borders language culture our society she's a hero to to the left wing in america then here's an interesting video thieves swiped twenty seven thousand dollars worth of gadgets in a brazen apple store heist it's worth watching the video that i got from the new york post i put it on michaelsavage dot com because the four young man see the young men no description let's put it this way they're wearing hoodies and they run very fast and they dash into the store wearing hoodies and sweatpants and they lightning in a lightning speed they slap laptops shut rip them from cords and while another pair of wonderful wonderful athletic young men yang kau tethered iphones as terrified millennials duck under the tables the group of invaders then take off their arms loaded with stolen goods and knocking a few people over and there's no comment on this one i know i have an iphone store and apple store near me they have three guards inside and out now because of the visitors who were doing this and that store it's about time and one of the guards talk to me so i said why don't you stop them before they go in you know they're not going to buy anything he said we can't do that we're not allowed to do that we have to let them rob something before we can stop them and even then they can't stop them can you believe it they'll be called like profiling if they stopped the guys that were doing it's a gang it's a team it's what they do for a living but no no no look the other way keep looking the other way let you country be invaded let your stores began invaded let your brain be invaded doesn't matter say nothing say nothing do nothing no nothing just support hillary clinton and the ginsburg ruth bader ginsburg that's all that will make you a good person there's no business like show business like play the no business like show business song did i run in through the iran through the whole opening of the show without a call and nothing play this business like showbusiness before i plots you i need a break and i'll take some calls eight five five four hundred seven to eight to click on the switch i don't get switch i don't get launch a bomb that no texaco left attorney though i mean when i was a kid i watched the milton berle show the texaco man there's no texaco stores anymore nothing do you think supreme court justice you should have shorter terms a lot of people calling on that one trending also trending trending on the savage nation is the other question is should nato pay more for their defense that's not trending at all next also trending is should the trump white house bring in cultural figures who would you recommend to a concert a reading that's sorta trach trending on savage nation and then the issue of are you falsely believing that marijuana is going to cure something for you are you smoking or ingesting marijuana because of the propaganda out there all this and more right here on the one and only savage.
In less than a minute, four thieves steal over $27,000 worth of goods from an Apple store
"The culture and the borders language culture our society she's a hero to to the left wing in america then is an interesting video thieves swiped twenty seven thousand dollars worth of gadgets in a brazen apple store heist it's worth watching the video that i got from the new york post i put it on michaelsavage dot com because the four young man she the young men no description let's put it this way they're wearing hoodies and they run very fast and they dash into the store wearing hoodies and sweatpants and they lightning in a lightning speed they slap laptops shut rip them from cords and while another pair of wonderful wonderful athletic young men yank out tethered iphones as terrified millennials doc under the tables the group of invaders then take off their arms loaded with stolen goods and knocking a few people over and there's no comment on this one i know i have an iphone store an apple store emmy they have three guards inside and out now because of the visitors who were doing this and that store it's about time and one of the guards talk to me said i said why don't you stop them before they go in you know they're not going to buy anything he said we can't do that we're not allowed to do that we have to let them rob something before we can stop them and even then they can't stop them can you believe it they'll be called like profiling if they stopped the guys were doing it's a gang it's a team it's what they do for a living but no no no look the other way keep looking the other way let you country be invaded let your stores be invaded let your brain be invaded doesn't matter say nothing say nothing do nothing no nothing just support hillary clinton and the ginsburg ruth bader ginsburg that's all that make you a good person there's no business like show business like play the no business like show business song did i run in through the iran through the whole opening of the show without a call and nothing play there's no business like show biz the before i plots here i need a break and i'll take some calls eight five five four hundred seven to eight to click on the switch gonna switch i don't get launch a bomb that will allow texaco left attorney me when i was a kid i watched the milton berle show these two texaco man there's no texaco stores anymore nothing do you think supreme court justice you should have shorter terms a lot of people are calling on that one trending also trending trending on the savage nation is the other question is should nato pay more for the defense that's not trending at all next also trending assured the trump white house bring in cultural figures who would you recommend to a concert a reading that sorta trat trending on the savage nation and then the issue of are you falsely believing that marijuana is gonna cure something for you are you smoking or ingesting marijuana because of the propaganda out there all this and more right here on.
"texaco" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And every day at this time even on this beautiful gorgeous doughnut friday we roll you out something that makes you laugh a little bit and well really gives you some street cred we call this our urban word of the day it's time for the urban word of the day fan right now a little more hit on the street i can't understand a word you're saying urban day accuser what tech secure even tech security yeah put on blast by somebody shut down with attacks and then blocked you've been tech security was like oh man you got tax acute a lot in relationships it does so next time you get into an argument with your boss or whatever you just might want to execute them and then block of texaco is your urban word of the day thank you for saying that in dated urban slain so that our understand that there was the urban were of the day we damn stretch your cranium but i'll do a show and so don't give me a box of donuts or i'll get my hotel room and in my hotel room the box of doughnuts donuts like i'm not not gonna eat those i mean those were gift what would jesus do pediatric donuts but it's always a box a dozen a dozen donuts by myself i'm typically in the city for one night how many africa enough for a baptist church whatever would feed an entire little league team cover that hurts for a couple hours i don't know what to do with all the tone to all right i'll eat four do the rest of them.
"texaco" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And every day at this time even on this beautiful gorgeous doughnut friday we roll you out something that makes you laugh a little bit and well really gives you some street cred we call this our urban word of the day it's time for the urban word of the day fam a little more hit on the streets and understand a word you're saying urban world a day texaco what tech secure even tech security yeah when you put on blast by somebody shut down with a taxed and then blocked you've been tech security it was like oh man you got tax acute it happens a lot in relationship it does so next time you get into an argument with your boss or whatever you just might wanna texaco them and then block texaco is your urban word of the day thank you for saying that in dated urban slain so that our understand that there was the urban were of the day we damn stretch your cranium but i'll do a show and someone will give me a box of doughnuts or i'll get my hotel room in my hotel room the beer box donuts donuts like i'm not not gonna eat those i mean those worth gift what would jesus do he beat the donuts but it's always a box a dozen a dozen donuts by myself i'm typically in the city for one night how many garnish gaffer and now for a baptist church whatever would feed an entire little league team cover that for a couple hours i don't know what to do with the doughnuts to all right i'll eat four do the rest of them you know what do i my role e luggage i did that once i'm not proud of it jim gaffe again there it is national donor dash celebrated you know everybody's been asking me because they know my love of the donut.
"texaco" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Whether they're what they're proposing that they got us a product and if they'll put out real tax cheats on the product or what they're trying to do so once you get past that if you move onto your trying now to determine whether you wanna use quaker state valvoline shell texaco and my answer on that if you're in the petroleum world is just have added because the real honest truth is most of those companies will make a similar level of quality of product in that the trillium side of the house because it's really become a commodity it's made to a certain pandered it only runs so long is designed to meet certain specs to be those api spec so you get a product which is going to meet those minimum standards now when you move to synthetic engine oil which is your next question should you use synthetic here you have to get a little bit more picky because everybody synthetic is not the same and you have to be careful some of the synthetics out there would be glorified petroleum for lack of a better term they're really not very good and you can move on into really good synthetics there's a tear those where you look at babbling synthetic castrol synthetic you know regular mobil one synthetic different ones are those with real name brand type oils they're gonna make a good what we call standard synthetic so you're going to get pretty much what you pay for that and it's probably going to be an oil that runs for normal drain intervals and is rated with the better qualities than any of the petroleum oil and you go to another tier which would be the mobile annual all change all the anzoil premiums signature series oils and those two are kind of moving up into a category of their own so now you're looking at these insane well okay these guys cost more but boy they they purport to do more so what do they do they really do more if you've got a premium quality synthetic engine oil like i said which would be mobile annual oil change or the amsoil premium ones which.
"texaco" Discussed on WWL
"You can't do anything about that so you know you don't want trump a nice i mean everybody loves you and it's amazing how you big catch you go from a hero to zero and and just a minute you know but they opened the season they had twenty one thirties just debate both and they were too big brownie white trump as a different that's by trump that was leftover from united states back going winter that's a whole different ballgame so brown's trump that's coming in here now just just little and it's gonna take a couple of weeks dies before they just get right you know so do you sell them in is down now it's crazy down here this weekend we've had so many bad weekends it's nice to see full full marinas you mentioned that last week and i had a whole bunch of people calling and text and one of the address for those other bait shops because they're not familiar with them give them some general directions down there debate operated one well actually you know eddie pinto's if you coming in off for five ten miss daddy pinto's places right the first one yet on the left and then you come down right before you get to the little bridge by texaco gas station as a truck stop right there there's bathing in the back and if you come down right by the hotel is the next one the first hotel marina hotel or whatever they call us gulf gulf outlet that's all right that's what they'll follow it is in the back so you know i don't want you to i don't want you guys go down here and want to strangle me 'cause we out just stop and that's it no sir no sir fifty hr the cabinet that run out of this place and you know they they these guys are you know they he had four in the morning when i turn the lights on waiting on me so we're busy trust me busy i robert thanks for the report and always good to to be honest with people and let them know stop look if i can't do it i mean why you know why not keep somebody else.
"texaco" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Paying taxes anymore because what the money goes to any ticks off everything trump wants to do as something it's a total waste the money i don't think so build a wall to keep decent human beings out of our count i don't think so and then one of his partners that runs is building that's gone eventually get burned down walks him before the auditors shows up in all they told us they told us his text at read the it's going to kill us guys like you and we are going to get killed in this thing nobody's getting a tax cut sipped a one percent everybody else's texaco wants come watching this he had that you'd be it just affirmed for me that people in hollywood are the biggest collection of singular thinking brain dead boobs that we may have in this country there isn't an original political thought anywhere so the media's out there hyping trump's tax cuts as bad for everybody except for one percent of corporations and here i see it thrown in my face on blacklists last night a program heirs in march and obviously was film back in december or whenever trump proposed the tax cuts and it was uh in a before they and we have a doesn't matter could have been after they pass they could have filmed at january from it doesn't matter when they found it uh so you had an anti trump won immigration anti trump on taxes and this show hand for the most part kept at stuff out of it and it just it it once again made me made me sad ticked me off changed the whole way i view this show now in all its an elective decision to watch this stuff you don't have to and but it to watch a show produced by people so stupid is the thing that gets me why should i invest time watching a show written by people who are so dumb so black headed so stubborn so wrong yet there i was well anyway this whole programme today fox i've i've i've done my best to actually present things here in an ordered now normally that's not what happens here what happens on this program is i i do it as i feel it and.
"texaco" Discussed on KKAT
"Of this country that would lower that would reduce death yes jor don't yet don't think politically a you know you may be right about you know politically mothers going to happen here no limits but james texaco gas what do you think should happen your view um i think it's harder to get a hold of guns that can kill lots of people and then i think it should be harder for people that we think uh might be more inclined to want to kill lots of people would you ban assault weapons assault weapons i would yeah okay not just one against our views on the table steve moore said i'm not a gut listen i'm not a gun owner uh it's it's not it's not but see i'm so happy i'm not a gun owner uh you know i don't think a lot about gone i think a lot of butter right now and i find here i find it i find it quite ning palme uh but i you know obviously but i think doesn't matter because lots of people think what i think and nothing's changed it all right i get thank you for that present steve moore what's your take on this well i don't own gut either but i'm glad my neighbors on guns you know so i mean i take that a lot of obviously the selfprotection a home and the family from owning guns um i like what lewis said i think i agree uh 100 percent with what she said uh i would refer for one to an awesome column uh this morning um in the wall street journal by peggy noonan uh she talks about a culture of death in this country and you know there were two horrific things that happened this week in america one was what happened in florida and the other was a senate vote uh larry on the senate floor where um the vast majority of democrats voted to keep um abortions after twenty we uh which is still reach us and you know uh peggy at make think makes this linkage switches you know that there's just a disrespect for in this country and uh you know so i think i think that um you know some uh some very rational um restrictions on uh gums with respect to the assault rifles probably uh.
"texaco" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show
"Collection of them retreated that feels really bulletins and creating of the film a hours boyfriend lady cultures play such an blooms attention to that whilst reform before opening round by given that dress which converts to address visit broach didn't nn is that so many scholz wished she significant deal hence like the fold aloof from two vessels significant yes the period looks the film is set is on the purity's eighteen six isn't it when the crewmen cage bruins really fashionable it a really interesting symbolic heavily loaded pizza clothing as a cage and and the the woman sits in the middle of the cage the purpose of it was two prior to the criminal convinces women will many petticoats amid the fashion jizzle got for more and more and more texaco's into the became so heavy and so comes in selection crewman was in which was a liberating gone because it was a now a simple won't steel cage the created the shape service similar made that the moon was the break for wire heavy less but in terms of his even gypsies it's actually a cage it was a really strong poets hitch moti fashion closeddoor his tough through his trapped in his mind very popularity in a very isolated cost the country in remote rural northumbrian cages it was resisting really fantastic symbol i guess of her her predicament even though as i am as i was telling me that the kremlin option reserve wave liberating women from more millions potatoes but also i mean i think he's a very interesting period in the history of crossing the woman that even the way that the those dressed as a whole they we need them he mentioned the broach the neck eight than phone motors since.