35 Burst results for "Thousand Percent"

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public

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Three Signs You Shouldn't Buy Whatever Someone is Selling

Does This Happen to You

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Three Signs You Shouldn't Buy Whatever Someone is Selling

"Three signs. You shouldn't buy whatever someone is selling number one when they have king of the puddle syndrome. I'm basically an omni channel marketing ninja. Lucas told us. Once i optimize your seo you'll increase your sales by a thousand percent. I'm the best at what i do. You mean the best within a two mile radius. My intern muttered under her breath. Sending me an i role the marketing ninjas self-confidence was sky high but his pitch read on how do your metric compared to competitors i ask him other digital marketers had shown us track records of two to three point conversion rate increases. But lucas was baffled. It seems he didn't consider that there were others like him out there. But with more data driven sales pitches he stammered. Yep but What i do can't be summed up in a single number. It's complex because i look at the whole picture that's a little vague lucas and we hard lucas. The marketing ninja our investment would probably have vaporized thankfully his pitch fit a pattern that made it quick and easy to rule out. Still people often get fooled by others. Self-confidence it's hard to be the only person in the room thinking. I'll be the judge of that and if you're not a subject matter expert it can be even harder to spot baloney but when you're about to be bamboozled. There are a few ways to tell that self confidence is just camouflage for a lack of substance one. They exhibit king of the puddle syndrome. The only way to be the best at something when you are in fact not the best is to shrink your reference circle until you are the best in the circle. That's how millions of people can claim to be the most sought. After life coaches health experts marketing gurus or ad agencies they could be sought after by millions of clients or merely sought after in their own neighborhood

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Who Is the Heir Apparent of the MAGA Movement?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Who Is the Heir Apparent of the MAGA Movement?

"Now somebody asked me recently. You're who is the era parent in the maga- movement and obviously you know make sense down juniors heir-apparent then but if you look at the figures in american history i guess has the guys are bobbling up right of the history. Look lincoln look at teddy. Roosevelt look at fdr moved right and then and then you know in some ways lbj. Kennedy's stuff to say so short that lbj and reagan. There's never been really a a logical error parent if you look at all of them. There was nobody who grabbed the mantle. And that's fascinating. I'm next yeah. Each one of them was their own man very much represented their own think right and then what came after. Somebody's was was a redux to the future to the past otherwise was it was into the future but it was not. Oh i am now linking number two or teddy roosevelt number two or regular h.w. Bush one that idiot election off thousand percents Off the back of ronald reagan. Bush was not yet if it is jack kemp who who was up against h. w. for the mary she was the more logical heir-apparent totally toronto. Let's be honest. As far as i'm concerned he was a bureaucrat. There's no there's no. There's no senior bush brand you don't think bush's is not right and remember. That was a bitter primary and eighty between the tool very famous. Paid for this. Mike a so. That's very real so again. I think as we look at this time and we we are so lucky that president trump continues to be the leader of the republican party movement. In this country it is. We need to be appreciative of having this larger-than-life leader in our historic moment

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Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates

"Davis. Who's my dear friend in dallas fort worth. He and i have daily chat. In fact our conversations are on our on my podcast. You want to hear all of them. Normally we agree today. We most definitely disagree. I want the right to reject putting a vaccine that i don't trust into my body. Now you have that right. I steinweg right every day. I tell people the government should never make them do it but you still have an answer. The question when i don't think objective reason not to get it well. The informed objective response is one year isn't enough science or data or research. It's brand new. They're worried about the long term potential effects. They might have you know a minute ago. You you kind of scoffed at scoff but you minimize the religious objection their religious. And if it's for real absolutely but people are going to be. I feel this way always with religious objections and health objections people make crap. They make stuff up right. Left up all listed. it's real than by owning. Here's one thing is going to be interesting. And this is the if we start seeing vaccine mandates. And i think we will. I could be wrong of what type of government one's private enterprise and government. I think we're gonna see. I think that i could be wrong but get ready for the. I know somebody i work with. Not i'm not gonna say where it's nowhere in dallas. It's not out of town. Got a doctor's note. The mask impedes my breathing. I'm not wearing a mask. When you have a mass mandate now. How many people do you think are gonna. They're good of the go to their doctor. For that and i would support them a thousand percent because even though they're making it up the mask nonsense has been has been if. Listen if it's if it's a mask thing the mask stuff has been a fantasy is better where women not wear one of your unvaccinated incredibly short. Now let me let me let me know him. Ask fetish has been ridiculous. Okay so let me point. Let's use the mark davis consistence consistency test. Because you just failed it. You just got a big f. Because if you're so gung ho on vaccine mandates why are you squishy on mask

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Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian

"I grew up going to private school to him. And i are both total like private school. Asians we both are big hippies to we like to backpack through southeast asia. We like to do yoga. We do iowa oscar ceremonies. We do seven meditation retreats. That's right we pay eight hundred dollars to shut up for a weekend. We do shit like that. We eat gluten free which means we eat all that bread that tastes like free range to baca. We eat that lesbian bread. That's like a thousand percent of your daily fiber and twenty percents spoken word poetry. When you eat it you que- shitty poem about supporting caitlyn jenner. Or whatever and so. It's funny right because he's asian to but sometimes all of this hippy. Dippy shit we do makes me feel like we are white. People doing an impression of asian people like we have these chinese scrolls up on the wall and neither of us know what the fuck they mean like that seems to go very well with our buddha piggy bank from pier. One imports needs to be providing some good food way for the house.

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AMC CEO Adam Aron Seemingly Pantsless During YouTube Interview

CNBC's Fast Money

01:27 min | 1 year ago

AMC CEO Adam Aron Seemingly Pantsless During YouTube Interview

"Shares all over the map again today only to finish in the red for the second straight day but the stock is still up a whopping eighty three percent of this week and more than two thousand percents this year and taking a youtube last night to speak directly to the retail investors who feel the stocks big surge. Aaron defending the company's secondary offering urging shareholders to support plans issue twenty five million more shares. It was all going well and then this happened. Make sure that our long-term future is very bright and right now we don't have that tool and our disposal and right now we don't have ups. Aaron apparently panelists there speculation online. Running wild at this was not an accidental camera. Bump but an intentional message to tweak the short spending against him so it was just a giant accident. Pg rated stunts the greatest pr stunt that ever existed. Karen what do you say well given his string and how this is what string of. Yeah well. I thought he was saying tool right when it happened on seriously. I don't know. But i don't think it was a stunned but i feel like he has just one over most of his audience so thoroughly that anything he does. They just think is great. So that was that was interesting. I thought accident

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iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

Mac OS Ken

01:55 min | 1 year ago

iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

"Japan has got the fever for the flavor of five g. One analytics firm says that is thanks to iphone. Twelve apple insider report in the taiwanese site tech news. That report highlights new data from m research institute which i assume is chaired by kevin bacon according to the report on the report on the data. Thanks to apple's for five g. Iphone twelve models. Japan saw eleven million five g smartphones shipped and twenty twenty that is a four thousand percent increase from the two hundred sixty nine thousand five g smartphones shipped in two thousand nineteen the market share of five g. Smartphones is thirty three point six percent japan. Thanks to the dramatic adoption rate now. The surgeon five g phones actually pushed japan's smartphone market to a new record. Domestic smartphone shipments in japan increased by sixteen point nine percent year over year to thirty two point. Seven five seven million units according to apple insider that be twenty-seven teens record of thirty two point fifty eight million units in your face twenty-seven while the apple insider says twenty twenty the google translate version of the tech news story says the period of time covered was actually april of twenty twenty through march of twenty twenty one. While the five g iphone indications are impressive. It is worth noting the offset to timeframe if it covered calendar year twenty twenty. He'd be looking at eleven million five g smartphone. Sold with only about two and a half months of iphone twelve availability instead. You're looking at about five and a half months. Still impressive as i say though. Not quite as herculean.

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How BrightArrow Uses Technology to Deliver Solutions Through the Pandemic

Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

02:22 min | 1 year ago

How BrightArrow Uses Technology to Deliver Solutions Through the Pandemic

"You know it strikes me that you're sort of at the center of this transformation. We've been seeing over less fourteen months. Oh right the technology is being deployed because our work and life and schooling have all changed drastically. We've gone through this time. Like no other and both schools and learning have greatly been impacted and have needed to radically shift. Can you tell our listeners. How that's impacted you little bit. More by the technology is deployed. There certainly impacted our company because of this the dramatic increase in usage in. This really started last march. We beat the par servers Beefed up our services. We had a day on march thirteenth of last year where our usage was a thousand percent of our peak usage any days prior to that and so we increase our capacity by on the order of ten times in what that's allowed us to do then is is opened up the door for people to do a lot more with our system they have been able to do before and there are a lot of things that are going to be permanent. When example is meetings before the pandemic very few people really at done video. They had not done zooms very much. It's suddenly everybody's become the zoom expert sam. And what are the challenge. And they're going to continue doing that. It's not like suddenly it's going to stop when the pandemic's over people are going to keep doing it. Because it's a new form of communication and new for interacting which is has a lot of convenience and and can engage a lot more people a lot more easily and being able to relay the appointments being able to text and call. Let them know. Hey we're doing this zoom in an hour. Don't miss it. All all of those ways of engaging customers is part of the process of making sure people show up at people are part of it and our system is now equipped to be able to announce those things another area where people doing a little bit and now they're doing a lot more is just the delivery of documents until the pandemic often documents were handed paper handed people but nowadays people are so used to receiving them like chonically. They have to be secure. They have to be available through other forms but again something that we've just totally transformed and provide all sorts of ways to allow people to receive whether it be report cards her schedules or financial reports. Or whatever it might be received them electronically automatically where neil old as they had. They were being mailed documents or being handed documents send reports electronically is very different than it was

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What’s the Best Water Source?

Break The Rules

02:53 min | 1 year ago

What’s the Best Water Source?

"Call it. Like water quality ascension. So we start with you know. We've got the tap walker that that's coming through people's faucets at home. It's coming to showers and what's happened to this water is it's it's been so process you know we. We don't look at water as a living pretty much life sourced you know. She's like i think we take water for granted so we put it through these pipes and it goes through unnatural processes that it doesn't really need to go through. Maybe but we're doing it because we want to take out all the toxins and stuff like that so that's tap water and imagine if you are trying for the rest of your life you're gonna eat frozen dinners and fast food. But you're expecting it to nourish your body the same way that produce and natural foods that occur in the world would nourish us So that's like tap water and ever i. It's awesome. Because i think everyone is kind of starting to wake up to help bad. Their water is that they're drinking so then. We moved to bottled water and bottled water. Obviously you're in the single use plastic bottles So that's like knock great for the environment but it's also it's going through the same process. That tap water is going through. It's basically recycled tap water. In these companies they do usually process it. Goes through reverse osmosis They're taking it also from you. Know small rural towns and country and basically having. They're selling it back to these people. They're almost like stealing their water. And then selling it back to them at like a thousand percent markup which kinda sucks next year. Bpa sake toxins in there too. Oh my gosh and like think about how how long the water is actually sitting in those bottles before it reaches the shelves like sometimes it can be like eight to twelve months or something like that. I think and obviously the the plastics in the water. It can leak into the water. It's just a total mess but Then you moved to bottled water. You know it's not. It's not that much better than tap water and then you move to like a filter filter which okay now. We're we're kind of in the same area but we're using less plastic. So that's great. I love that And it's it's a good option for people at home. It's a good start. Then you move to things like reverse osmosis or a rookie Burke's kind of. I don't fully understand how they work But then reverse osmosis is taking everything out of the water right which is also a good start. But it's it's taking the good stuff out of the water so think about this. If you are drinking reverse osmosis. There's nothing in your water. there's no minerals. Nothing water needs minerals. So we're drinking. It's almost like rick drinking it. And the reverse osmosis starts pulling minerals of our body and then we p it out because we can't really absorb it

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"thousand percent" Discussed on The OjiFanboys

The OjiFanboys

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on The OjiFanboys

"Hey do i have to keep going. Do what has to make the rest of the non canon cocaine katie. Get away in the end musician. Not right. I'm quick. Like if i don't see it it's not damming. It ended nuts it like for for a while. Bleach ended with enemy stopped. It wasn't wasn't it wasn't until i read it and we all know death. Penalties in when is the only game in episode is not gonna. I'm not gonna. I could but today a little rock for today but you know everyone knows my stance on those just finished shoutout on this. I watched it. I i sound like just because i like death. I'm gonna call that not to Trump even above with you. I'm i'm not like regarding definitely make i understand a thousand percent why you feel that way because that ending the way went down. That was not the elevator. That's a done it you don't in l. Did it his way. I think you'd have no qualms with like light losing if it was hell. Yeah yeah.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

"If you see. A swath of human beings Face when plus seven you. I mean that can be that. I didn't know what was then a naive. That you all unique in your personality but in the things that you do you of have to have leeway nuances of people a lot more and not that i want to have a like come on Ohio mites anything else. But it's like on a night. This is the difference between people who who have patients who descend things and Human beings but then it's like to send. Can you really connect with people. And it's all things even talking about music by honey. I like the b sides in and in albums. I like the besides autism on the ground this kind of thing which is terrifying but some people are like. Oh yeah awesome album. What about this. What the outcome before. Oh isn't that giving me similar very much. So but it's like well and that seoul says something which i'm not ready. Thousand percent sean. Out to deal with cash across. It's like a girl for life. And i slide towards that is on that but if you're looking to suspending the person who was before like always like apogee so i was like i'd never once towards me twas like shan deal beer or log girl compete not separations the hottest with adnan. It's like goodness me. Do i even want to entertain the fact that i want to be with a said. We're rubio because like us. Gal bring me down girl growing up like i didn't wanna have compensation noticeable right now but light with some people are like a girl are going to have this conversation mike. I'm like kentucky and talk when it's like you know what girl young starts when i was like this one us going to go there but that is like literally rich is the Terrifying thing and it's also not going back. I mean.

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The Entomology of Boycotts

Interesting If True

02:02 min | 1 year ago

The Entomology of Boycotts

"I bring you interesting words and you may know all of them That have roots and a person's name, so if you remember quiz from last year i mentioned gerrymandering from Massachusetts governor l. Eldridge Gerry and the shape of voting districts kind of looked like a salamander Boston globe picked it up ran with became the gerrymander. And that's jerry me today. I really hope that some town in that in that area has a salamander mascot named Jerry. Oh that would be amazing right like of all the missed opportunities--ya so well are words today. Come also from people's names so our first one which i find really exciting well. I don't know if i told you this. I know i did on our previous show. But i don't know about the show but i went to ireland once on my honeymoon and scotland early. Yeah but this. This actually comes to us from irish irish. An irish word. The irish invented boycotting because of the english thousand percents. Yeah okay this all started in eighteen. Eighty when charles stewart parnell whom i've never heard of but was a pretty popular. Irish member of parliament named parliament after sir parlor apart so he decided that the english government had failed them in their time of need and they must seize control of their own destiny. This was not long after the potato famine. When you know. The brits really did nothing when they knew there was a problem and actively chose to ignore it while one third of the irish population starved to death. And then they that whole came in. Yeah we're assholes. So arnelle was the son of a protestant landowner who organized the rural masses into agitation against the ruling landlord class so the brits mostly the landlords owned everything. They were jacking up rent. They're throwing people out on the streets. Just terrible terrible people so kind of started. This movement called the three apps he wants fixity of tenure a freedom to sell and fair rent so these are all just people won't be affordable human rights. The same problem we're facing today.

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A Conversation With Travel Influencer, Glo Atanmo

Checking In with Michelle Williams

05:42 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Travel Influencer, Glo Atanmo

"Listen you guys. Today's episode is so exciting. I didn't want every episode to be of people that i don't know or have relationship with so i'm excited on this week's episode. This is someone who has come into my life and when we get together it is so much fun and there are a few times when we've gotten together and i've said we should have recorded this. It's horrible that we are now in a world where we're saying. Oh my gosh. She should have captured this. This is tweet about this. Is i g worthy. Except why can't this just be a personal moment between us. Everything is now. Oh we should record this. I guess because to let people in on our lives and to give people a little bit of us and so i'm excited because my next guest glow attend mo is someone that is so inspiring to me. I follow her on instagram at glow graphics and she is beyond graphics hunting. She is in educator. She is a traveler. A blogger an influence or and i don't mean influence as it only gonna look at my new nail polish. No honey an influence each life in your mind right. Please welcome i. Frank glow attend mo- such a long time. I'm just sitting here and gratitude. Thank you so much michelle and just you know you've influenced importance in the same way and i just have so much respected admiration for you. So thank you for having me on the show. It is honey. Come on this. Podcast is caught checking in. And i love to check in with people from all walks of life and i admire how you check in with yourself daily minute by minute. You are taking care of yourself. You're making moves that have you in mind cause lots of times. We can work in an industry where it's to have other people in mind mr put others first regardless of how you're doing like today i had to check myself because i've been waking up to messages. That don't even say good morning. Is it a little off. Everybody's off to the races. And i'm learning that you are type of person where there is a deadline. Yes i respect it lines. But you've gotten to a place where you're like come on share and look. I have to be so intentional because michelle. You and i both have really big hearts and we're very generous people and people know that and when you're a light worker in your light people are drawn to that and i decided unlike for my own self care. My phone goes on. Do not disturb from eight pm to eight am if the world is burning down i wouldn't until eight. Am girl like eight am. I check in with everybody else but until then wake up at five. So i need my three hours of lila nds. Meditation prayer. Journaling working out. Because if i'm not whole i cannot poor from a place of wholeness and a lot of times and i did this most of my life on wakeup check. My who needs me before. I can even porn to myself. I'm already pouring into someone else. The minute i wake up. And i'm not pouring from a place. A fullness importing from place of urgency or desperation. Oh my gosh. This sounds like an emergency. Your emergency does not constitute one on my end. Yeah and people love to project and also you'll lack of preparation is met my emergency okay and and again like you have to give you have to love yourself more than you love other people in that sound selfish but like it's an act of self care So you don't believe that self care is selfish is when you're at her that south carolina selfish. It's all about you you in. It's gonna take time to transition and and people will come back at you like you'll you took three hours to get back to me. I i was working out. I was praying. Yes i check my phone for the first time at ten. Am yes. I got back to you when i saw my phone. Lau and people can't even contextualized as a possibility that someone else could be pouring into themselves before for yemenia yet. And i think that's a great lesson for everybody. Listening to this week's episode is Maybe in order for you to do that you might have to wake up an hour earlier like you say you're up at five. Am maybe i thought i was doing something by being a no later than seven. Fifteen am but i'm to try to see what it's like to actually be a bit five eight. Am and with this time change. It's dark it's still dark at five. Am and here's the thing. Because i'm a creator. I have this like mad. Scientists evil genius in me. That i'm like before the sun go what we not feel. Almost this instinctual sense of like i'm doing something. Yes dark the sun. what's up. What you can with our sleeping grinding. Also go to bed at nine o'clock. So i also want people to listen to this and think by. Oh you ain't getting sleep. No i love. I love my come on. But i'm going like grandma. Go to nine o'clock so do you think you're most productive when you stay on that schedule. Yes yeah thousand percent because of something beautiful about knowing that even if my phone wasn't on do not disturb. Most people aren't up one needs me. They're not going to give you till eight. Am when they wake up. So the fact that. I can do what i gotta do before people wake us like i just it makes

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Crows hold grudges

Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Crows hold grudges

"Often hold grudges against specific people. What they're very good at recognizing people's faces found to remember people for a long time. I believe that cruiser creepy hell. Okay but i need. I've i've gotten like side eye glances from them. And i've just been like hello. You have it like. I need to find out if hawks do. Because i yelled at one. We were outside in our backyard. Taking pictures as we do and taryn does happens to look up and sees a giant hawk. Yarn a giant giant store excise the giant hawk standing on a telephone pole in the corner of our yard. Like that's like in the middle of like a bunch of homes and we remember one. We have a bunch of little dogs in the house. We panic and we go and lock the door and then we remember like my neighbor has chicken chicken. That thousand percents chicken. Yeah so actually. We'll post this. We'll prove it. I video of taron just screaming at the hawk. And it's the funniest thing on trying to find out is my life and that's basically why struggle going to survive. Are we gonna serve anyway. Yeah it was a little scary though because like at one point the hawk look straight at me and like all. Its like rough. Left up I that was when i was like. They're like they're like fight stances they get themselves looking bigger. Yeah and then. Like flew over me. And i was like. I don't think he could kill me. But i lose an i. It was terrifying because it wasn't a fly. It was like a slow swoop kind of down towards us but then inevitably it went above was a threat. It was a threat dot. sir. I saw

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No Grease, The Small Business Champion Of The People

20 Minute Morning Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

No Grease, The Small Business Champion Of The People

"All right y'all back on the line. Deion and jimmy. Johnson from no greece are back on the line and of course last time we talked. It was a controversy going on at southpark mall that has been resolved and now they here to kind of tell us. What was the conclusion of that controversy. How ya doing brothers going man. I'm so proud of y'all man. I'm so extremely proud. Man that was a great look for us here in charlotte man to see them do the right thing and they wouldn't to underwrite thing. We wouldn't have stood up for our rights and what was right. God back this up one thousand percent you you started the whole thing man so we appreciate you. People really heard heard our voice. I threw you manso. We appreciate Being j murphy and everything that you you brought to the table for as so thank you so much well. We give all praise the gulf for having the courage to Talk about things like this and you know we doing this for our children. We are doing this like dame dash that we this for the culture. Let's talk about the conclusion note of what happened between you and south park mall. It came to resolve by way of simon property from corporate Getting involved so it wasn't a more management from south park. It was corporate Simon property and actually wanted to see os clue in and they met with me and my brother that friday. And let's be clear it was the people and it was the the media and all of those different outlets that no them charlotte it. Wasn't you know no greece wasn't germane game. You know it was the people and particularly that people are charlotte and so The ceo he flew in. We met them on their friday. They informed us. On some of the you know how was kinda mishandled on You move management side and you know there was a deal being worked That the lower management didn't know corporate was doing with a bigger company which included twenty stores in that store that we were in which included in the math. They knew that the best thing to do was finish out. Lease and then Finish that deal with that company A more broader thing was that they recognize that we had already been five other locations in simon properties. They wanted to help us expand and they're going to give us a permanent lease there in South park so choose to do it. At the end of the lease Actually already offered us two locations already in there. We just haven't made a decision on which one of the locations we would you know Prefer okay and guessing the nutshell gang. Yeah i just want to back up. You know just a little bit. Was that that pressure that the city the people of charlotte put on on simon property in in south park. You know may that resolve happen real real soon. You know in twenty four hours. Basically they had already reversed. You know the whole combination of our lease and so that was already know down at twenty four hour that they was not terminating us and then everything else was about. How do we do better as a corporate entity working with small businesses. How do we do better. So that's how discussion got to wanted to see ios clients charlotte and having that discussion with us so a lot of people when they were looking at this story. You know two black barbers in south park and people were were saying. Hey nah is this. Racism i an are. They doing this deliberately. Because they don't want black people to become successful business entrepreneurs in south southpark mall in and then others would want to come in and say. Hey look we don't need that many black people in the south park ball. That wasn't the case at all. Was it or was that was not issue with south park. Simon property it was not the race the race card but the issue of the community and in particular small businesses and black businesses and particularly. Those issues are the broader issues that they attached with no greece's issue. That's why we want to kind of continue this conversation so that we could deal with some of the broader issues. That's happening not only in charlotte across america was small businesses and specifically. You know when we start talking about small businesses. we're talking about black businesses. Also so. I think that's the that's why we think it's important to continue this conversation. And start to plan strategies and actions moving forward because this really energized the small business community when i saw this happening and everybody put themselves in your place. I know that you want to really be a catalyst for helping. Small businesses thrive and and the begin to be established especially with young people. What do you think is our next step for building. Economic mobility was small businesses. Not a we have. The city's attention. And when i say we i'm tom. The small business community is now. It's time for us to put the pressure you know on our politicians and our leaders here in charlotte and say okay. What are we doing as a small business community. What opportunities really are afforded to us here in charlotte. Let's start holding our leadership accountable. And when i say our politicians talking about our our private equity investors here the banks. Those are the people that we need to start saying. Okay now what are the opportunities here because we have this challenge here with you. Know being data city and meaning no when economic mobility. Here you know. We have a a group of people that fallen last here. I mean if you're born poor in charlotte you remain poor for the rest of your life right and small businesses the big answer to that. We need to create more small businesses so that we could deal with this poverty issue here in charlotte. You know we're talking about you know tax dollars and we're talking about politicians who obviously they get paid by tax dollars. They need to be held accountable. These answer

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How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years

Odd Lots

03:19 min | 1 year ago

How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years

"This has become one of your favorite companies. Not just because the story around bro. Culture is quite interesting right now. Lots of people are playing more video games. Were all stuck at home in. So maybe wanna drink more of this particular beverage while you're gaming but also because the returns on this one have just been absolutely stunning yet. Exactly right so. The company is a monster beverage. You've almost certainly seen them like at any deli or grocery store anything. They're known for their big cans of heavily. Caffeinated drinks sugary like super aggressive label labels on them. and it's like this sort of like very like macho. Frankly bro beverage and the stock has done phenomenally well but depending on exactly what Settings you use. it's it might be the single best performing stock in history or certainly over the last twenty or so years. I figured southlake eighty-five thousand percent over the last twenty years or one point it was like it's just unreal. We're talking like bitcoin level returns actually could probably put like bitcoin indie Etf to but we're talking like a bitcoin level returns for a company that sells a sh- sugary caffeinated beverages. Right and i think when most people think about the best performing stock of the past couple of decades they're going to think about amazon or google or apple or something like that. Not many people are gonna think about you. Know a consumer facing beverage company after. Tell you something. So i don't know much about monster I've never had one of the energy drinks. Although i am very aware of the branding and advertising strategy has been a big part of their success. And i'm sure we're going to get into that on the podcast. But i have to say in the course of doing some research for this episode. I found the most amazing anecdote on read it. Of course it came from read. It changes that perfect. What what what the anecdote. So i think it was on the financial independence retirement early board but it was some guy who said he invested ninety thousand dollars in monster energy drinks I think this was in two thousand ten. He posted and he said he'd invested five years ago so basically he had a five hundred percent increase on that ninety thousand dollar position which made him a millionaire in the space of five years and the best part of it was he wrote that in two thousand ten everyone on the message board basically said you are absolutely crazy. I can't believe you have this huge chunk. Appoint foley of your portfolio in a single stock. You need to sell it right now. And of course had he held onto it at. I don't even know what it would be worse now but like the big spike in monster energy came after two thousand ten so you can only imagine what ninety k. Invested back in two thousand five with look like after a fifteen year. A monster run in monster energy. It's really incredible. I mean it's like one of these charts where you just like slice it up. And you're like holy crap. These amazing returns and then you zoom out and looks even more amazing. It's just. It's just

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The State Of GameStopped Stock

Squawk Pod

02:28 min | 1 year ago

The State Of GameStopped Stock

"The state of play on game. Stop the biggest of the big. Red it hype. Stocks slid more than thirty percent in. Monday's trade is a further fall to come game. Stop has had a wild ride recently. After exuberant retail traders sparked a short squeeze in the stock. That meant that the professional traders who had against the mall retailer were forced to buy it to limit their losses pushing the price even higher. At this point you've been watching this guy's got a one thirty eight dead so down thirty percent yesterday to to to to twenty five and now down from two twenty five forgot it at one forty i gotta i gotta one thirty eight bed right now. So thirty percent yesterday. Thirty seven percent today. I don't know what to say about that other than we said all along when when the shorts get covered. What's it worth. What's it worth when the shorts get covered. It did anyone. Ask that question Well we did. Obviously but yeah. I don't know what the the company is. I don't know what the company is actually worth. And i love the i love when people say you know maybe the guys got some some great plans who knows. Maybe maybe they do. Maybe there's some online business model that works for brick and mortar right. I mean that's that that that i guess you could. You could somehow justify you know a two thousand percent run up. But i know what do you think is this. Just go back up to five hundred at this point or is the fever. Broken at this point look i. I wouldn't proclaim to know what's going to happen with different investors who try to get in and run with this. We knew from the beginning that you may double a stock and that looks outrageous enough but when you're trading at twenty times what you were a couple of weeks ago there's something besides fundamentals that are at play there so it'd be almost impossible to say because it hasn't been a fundamental Move that's been driving this for quite a while. Hollywood's weird isn't it. There's a couple of movie versions in the works already. they have. I hear it when they make a movie. They made three different endings. They have no idea. Well what the ending of this is going to be on on the ben. Mezrak is doing one of the social network before this one's the antisocial network eilly anti-secession well i'd like to. I'd like to have some idea what the ending is going to be before i sign on. Maybe it doesn't matter

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Robinhood CEO speaks out after GameStop stock chaos

Squawk Pod

07:36 min | 1 year ago

Robinhood CEO speaks out after GameStop stock chaos

"Robin hoods roller coaster ride and a new interview from the company's ceo. Trying to slow things down. The popular free brokerage app has experienced unprecedented high volume of trading as well read it reading retail traders pile into a few highly. Shorted stocks in a move organized. In part on the irreverent wall street bet sub reddit. The volume was so overwhelming and companies. You've been hearing about maybe again after a few years game stop. Amc blackberry and nokia but robin hood suspended trading in those stocks on thursday. Wow the reaction to this move was swift and surprising both congresswoman out of cossio. Cortez and senator. Ted cruz found themselves on the same side of an issue. Both tweeting that robin hoods moves were unacceptable and at the expense of the little guy investor over the hedge funds feeling the squeeze when stocks they shorted suddenly shot up a thousand percent in the legend. Robin hood stole from the rich to give to the poor so this was a confusing metaphor yesterday for everybody. Robin hood said it was a risk management decision to protect investors the markets and the firm. The company has to deposit money to a clearinghouse based on the volume of trades. And they feared they'd be unable to meet the anticipating deposit requirements now. The company's ceo joined our andrew. Ross sorkin of squawk box just earlier this week on the power of retail investors. It is a huge time for retail investors. Check your feed for that conversation and then take a listen to this one done just two days later. When the company was dealing with the anger of the robin hoodies they're typically younger users and trying to raise money through credit lines to ensure it had enough capital to resume trading on these volatile stocks. Here's andrew flat. Ten of is with us right now and we appreciate you joining us on a day where there are so many questions there are frankly as you know a lot of angry customers out there and a lot of questions about what took place in the decisions that you made to limit so many your customers ability to buy stocks like game. Stop questions about whether you have a liquidity problem. Whether you're trying to protect them from themselves whether citadel did this explain what happened today. Thank you for having me on the show again andrew. So what happened. Today was as you pointed out. We had to make a very difficult decision. It's been a it's been a challenging day. We made the decision in the morning to limit the buying of about thirteen securities on our platform so to be clear customers could still sell those securities if they had positions in them and they could also trade in the thousands of other security is on our platform so it was a difficult decision. And that's what we had to do as part of normal operations but explain. Why did you do this. What did the call you and tell you you had to do this. Was there a problem inside. The company in terms of liquidity in terms of the demand deposits. The you had to put it in front to the exchanges. What led to this sure and let me let me explain exactly how this works. First of all i want to address some of the misinformation. That's been out there. There's a lot of a. We absolutely did not do this. At the direction of a market maker or hedge fund or anyone we row to or other market participants. The reason we did it was because Robin a brokerage firm. We have lots of financial requirements including sec net capital requirements and clearinghouse deposits. So that's money that we have to deposit burying clearing-houses so some of these requirements fluctuate bid based on volatility in the markets and they can be substantial in the current environment where there's a lot of volatility and a lot of concentrated activity in In these names that have been going viral on social media so we're really in unprecedented times and in order to protect the firm in protect our customers. We had to limit by in these in these stocks in to be absolutely. It's ahead but it sounds to me though that you're suggesting that there was a liquidity problem inside the firm and my question about that then raises all sorts of new questions about whether there's a systemic issue underneath the system and underneath the company unto itself. No there was no liquidity problem and to be clear this was done preemptively so we did this. Proactively in thousands of whether securities remain tradable on the platform customers that held these positions. Were able to seldom in. We're doing what we can to allow a buying 'em to remove these restrictions in the morning but also You might have seen robin hood has been the number one app in the in the store overall so we have seen unprecedented interest due to the fact that finance has been culturally irrelevant in a way that hasn't been before and these stocks are going viral on social media. And i think it's really interesting to juxtapose against some of the other questions that we've been having a before this of course robin For everyday investors from the very beginning with stood for investors opening up access and giving them the ability to trade commission. Free in whatever they want a in. We've gotten a lot of criticism that you know. Maybe there should be more restrictions so it pains us to have had to these restrictions and we're gonna do what we can to enable trading test. How concerned should customers be though about the robustness of the system. If in fact what ultimately had to happen was you had to shut down. Access to buying these securities because of the deposit required. Well to be clear. This was the system working. We have the ability to restrict buying in symbols for a unprecedented market conditions. Such as this in to be clear we didn't shut down the system. We shut down by four of these thirteen stocks for the thirteen securities but customers that position could still sell and customers still could buy and sell the thousands of other securities on the robin hood platform. But when you look at the precipitous fall for example of game stop. Do you think that robinhood bears any responsibility for that. I can't comment on price. Action of of securities and probably would be inappropriate for me to do that in also. I should know rodman wasn't the only firm to restrain buying other. Brokerages have been restricting the buying and trading of these types of securities all week. And even today. Of course we get the lion's share of the attention since we've been the cognitive referring for retail investing in america but other other people are dealing with these challenges as well

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The DMM Foundation: Putting Your Crypto to Work for You

Bitcoin Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

The DMM Foundation: Putting Your Crypto to Work for You

"You just kind of remind us A little bit about the dm foundation. Sure so dm that sounds for defy money market And it's run by a foundation and basically it's pretty simple. What is trying to do is really just trying to solve the dual problems problems of one currency debasement and then the second is the possibility of earning interest and so we have a defy protocol basically that empowers anybody connected to the internet who has crypto to earn six point two five percent Stable correlated yield on their assets We do that through Basically a protocol you can interact with The compound that you convert your either. Us dc die either or use dt into. What's called 'em tokens. And then this earned six point two five percent. You can come in and out at anytime. You want one of the big differences. Where we're focused is is really. We know that in the crypt space time yield can be like a thousand percent and then it could be like point two percent right and so define money. Market is really focused on a stable interest rate. And the way we do that as we actually connect and interest is generated from real world assets that are all viewable on chain and this provides. It's very stable. Six point two five percent return and we use chainlink. Oracle's where all this information now is transparent into what's backing up the eco-system and the portfolios sentence producing this interest So it's governed by dow the dow. So oh it's full decentralized governance and we think that it's a new way that i think a lot of folks are interested in because again it kind of helps you solve the ability for debasement because all the all the assets actually buy real so we have an inflationary environment real senator. Pretty good the second thing is you can get the view into the underlying assets and you get the stable six point two five percent so it's been pretty well received by the market in that i think we fit in niche in the overall space grip space.

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Hottest Stock On Wall Street: Struggling Video Game Store GameStop

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Hottest Stock On Wall Street: Struggling Video Game Store GameStop

"Hottest stock on wall street is a struggling video game store. You walk past in shopping malls game. Stop its share. Price has spiked over a thousand percent in recent days all because of amateur day traders who gather in a red forum. Mary childs is the co host of. Npr's planet money podcast and well talked with her. Hey mary hi. So i found myself up at ten o'clock at night texting with my kid brother about game stop stock and i realized i really need to know what is going on here. What's going on here so it starts in a place on the internet known as wall street. That's it's this forum on read it. We're all these day trader types. These non professionals get together and trade stock tips as well as memes and screengrabs of their trades and a ton of rocketship emojis. This places become really active since the start of the pandemic with people kind of trapped at home looking for something to do and back one of these reta traders started arguing for why everyone should buy game stop. This was a weird argument. This is an old mall brand with exposure to commercial real estate. It's not exactly natural by right now but that actually became part of the argument for why you should buy it because the argument against game stop made it a good stock to bet on because there was so much interest betting against it. All these big establish hedge funds were betting against it so that turned into this rallying. Cry that you know. We should take on big wall street and from there took off so the hedge funds are short selling it which is something that hedge funds do and then it takes a twist right yes. Basically these big hedge funds were betting that the shares would go down right. They were shorting it so to do that. They have to borrow the shares of the stock and sell it and if the price goes down then they can buy it back at. The lower price borrowed stock and pocket. That price difference but as price goes up. If they're wrong they have to go buy back that stock at new higher price and that leaves them vulnerable to if the price shoots up really fast then all of a sudden that's called a short squeeze and that's exactly what happened here. It kind of amplifies the effective and more so it makes sense. Inherently that big hedge funds might be able to move markets right. They have like billions of dollars but this is a case where small investors moved to the market. How did they manage to do that. Basically wall street bets has learned how to weaponize the tools that they're using so they're using options and functionally. You can buy options for way less money than you need to buy the actual stock so that means that you can take your pennies on the dollar and go play in the market. And the way that they're playing they found ways to lean on the banks that seldom the stocks to lean on these hedge funds in such a way that exploit the mechanics of options and that can amplify everything that doing and get the most bang for their buck. Mary what does this tell us about. How wall street works and who actually has power versus who. Maybe we assumed has power absolutely. This has all these kind of same stresses occupy wall street where people are saying these big hedge funds. Why should they get to control the stock market the systems rigged and this has been a weird way for people to forcibly. Take that back to up. End those structures and up that power dynamic so it's not clear to me where this ends up and certainly there are going to lose a lot more money than they necessarily have but at this moment it feels like popular opinion is a little bit more with wall street bets. Mary tiles is a co host of. Npr's planet. money podcast. Mary thanks so much thank you.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Just not going each he is a thousand percent right I know what he makes a good point I understand the point that he's making he's telling these white hipsters are coming out this isn't your space if you notice these white hipsters are the ones that go out there they're the ones that put the self is up on Instagram they're like I gotta take pictures of myself I'm gonna put up this but I'm gonna tell you why I have this perspective I have seen this for over ten years I've been in Chicago and I have seen Chicago anarchists organized stuff I saw the same damn Chicago anarchists in Ferguson the same Chicago anarchists I mean they're literally is a network I have been I mean I've traveled all around the country I've been to numerous protests I've organized protests and it's always the same bad actors there are there are photos online showing people were near pieces because they're talking to each other all these white people with their man buns and everything else in their skinny hipster jeans they go out there and they try to hijack stuff to get attention for themselves make no mistake that's exactly what happened in Ferguson that is eggs to the T. what happened in Ferguson I am mutual friends with some of the people they don't I mean politically we don't agree but they knew the original folks that were organizing in Ferguson and then they had these out of towners come in and just totally high jacket they and they were trained in media because of the Chicago anarchist and in fact there's a lot of really good websites if you wanna go down the rabbit hole that showcase one of the event showcased some of the people who train these these writers and that to get in front of cameras and and how to not get caught when you're doing some other stuff they're like the same people and some of the same photos in several different cities and they were insane for two trying to get it kicked off their and so I am so glad to see people in the community who live there who are putting these people in their place because he's like look this is not your space and you know what it's not you got these white hipsters that come from places that that they don't live here and they come out and they they try to hijack it and get attention for themselves they think they look cool they come out their crop tops and their designer jeans and there's several hundred dollar tennis shoes and all this other stuff and they're just you know they take their photos like any protest in like I'm in front of a burning building and we're just going to break some stuff up chaos and we're gonna just total big city police departments even the manager with breaking them up into a neighborhood organizations make more sense I'm Marty brown let's talk about this and the latest on what's opening up this weekend today at four one five seventy KLIF state of Missouri yeah that's pretty insane that is pretty and so that's what's been happening in the president LA he's tweeted about it I think the president is just being New York proactive I think also people need to stop attributing the worst misinterpretation or their their idea of interpretation to something somebody says just stop it I don't even care about any of this at this point I was listening to the press conference a little bit earlier they were talking to the governor and then they had National Guard on and they were discussing.

"thousand percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Yeah and it's clearing she's going to she's going to eventually want to make sure he doesn't develop feelings so she can break it off and she's concerned about him it's not the opposite I think you're one thousand percent first of all I'm I'm expert at this first of all we found out that in turn Squidward's girlfriend who's fifty five oh was married for thirty plus years yes all she knows is relationship she has had a boyfriend sense and she's buying this watch while she string along till June to give the watch and why would you buy a six thousand dollars after what we can tell you right now if they watch the watch I yes I know women you are you know what she wanted I can tell you right now what she wanted as a woman Squidward how long do you think that we should do this you know and what she wants you to say is I want to do this for every now and I'm yelling cases like Linda for validation yeah once a year yeah yes the wrong do you I'm back she dollars that number right she never about a hundred dollars that I am right can I it is got it here's the thing is gonna be underlining meanings you're gonna think you'll win the bet she has a plan all along she wants to make sure that he doesn't develop the feelings and that way she can just break it up because she knows it's never going to work out with school work the way he talks the way he acts so young that she can't connect with him so she is a boy toy basically it is now I G. is basically saying that Hey I was one make sure what do you think this got how long which so she so he is aware Squidward is aware that it could end at any given time probably before he gets the Rolex well that would be messed up not trying that Rolex is quick as possible did she cry when she was asking you these questions and talking to you about it now she was asking the questions but she did get a little teary eyed talking about her past relationship yeah instead we are creatures of habit yes and she's been she was married for thirty plus years I believe more than inter square has been alive that's true so she's been used to in a relationship in the state of see if they got divorced something wasn't right for her I back at him like she probably has been and I don't know but I feel like she probably has been neglected if she has children it probably has been she was there with her husband while he was building up whatever kind of success he's had he's raising the kids she wasn't getting the attention that she wanted she felt alone and then boom here comes yeah we know some things but she was feeling that way and then boom you come along and she realized she you're giving her attention and it makes her feel good you're young and in a and she's once you over every weekend she planned a trip for you guys to go on with it within known you for like forty eight hours fun because it's fun with that's also true but I mean she's talking long term I want to do this for your birthday she's already thinking in the future everyone interests were to say I wanna be with you as long as I can No Way yeah yeah I think I think so too because she also has been trying to she's been talking about me moving in with her.

"thousand percent" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"And the crew so much to be honest seven all right now billionaire boyfriend did you write yeah that is a strong woman yes and I want to tell you man there is nothing that a billionaire to do to me right even if they wanted to break up your boyfriend Mr house to be right every yeah for a relationship to be successful I mean you got to have all the boxes checked for you that is and I briefly as much as I thought her ex boyfriend was good looking and yes he's a billionaire and you don't seem like they had a good relationship three years that's a good ride yeah I personally think that she is better off with someone else that is already in her life I know well rounded ex boyfriend needs to be going on is next boyfriend needs to be a sap rocky what I think so all my gosh a thousand percent I mean there's obviously so many reasons is that he when he comes to the neighborhood I don't feel you reasons why you should the nice is Jerry net sweet he is so amazingly just awesome right so a sub one too good looking all right three they have been friends for a really long time they've been able to establish this like foundation of a true friendship and we all know a good relationship has a friendship as its base like that's how because again sometimes you're not always wanted to be like sexy and sometimes the ups and downs and released it as long as there's a friendship that I can definitely hold you together to I think that Riana and her friendship with ace out there ready to take it to the next level we've already seen them a lap being you backstage at their place as she goes and supports him when he goes to Sweden they've got a great connection they also a fashion as well so they can help each other out she thanked him on Instagram for being like really supportive for always you know representing Fante they go to fashion show give me a reason on they're both the same age and I also think that net like look they've had a friendship for a long time why the why the why now all the sudden how come they didn't you know spark something later I really think it's because it's not needed to go do his thing he need to go date other women on the way south and his sexual history okay right he's been very honest about being promiscuous you know he interviews he said that he's had multiple lovers and I think you just kind of wanted to get that out of the system but he is always looking for love and Riana Riana is yeah I think so I think he's a lover more than a yeah I think so thanks again take five Riana is in this great space to have a sub as her next boyfriend I think they were going they are going to be really raki raki really no that's that's that's three days have now Riana is in a great place but not with a sap I have somebody that's way better than the south is it the person named as the right here man I don't think so I don't Emmeline into the neighbor's apartment slaughtering at Emily hello Himalayan Emily Emmeline on the scene yet I mean Emmeline what city are you calling from I love right marina del Rey no one will already know how to lose to want to get around not having a credit card as phone Jack it's not like it and starlight right now you are on your way to fix for a magic mountain so congratulations to you all right we don't come back when I Leon is next boyfriend should be just around your radios big wave if you could check it we have a there's a then again I just can't you know what I'm saying can't get it things are at just check the ages the when I was yeah like you can you can never hit my okay I have to switch I don't thank you right how do you the version is like a lot to.

"thousand percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Said on the stand and they get hot I got a lot I got hairy legs that turn that it that that that that did turn about blonde in the sun and the kids used to come up reaching the pole I wrote my leg down so was training then watch the hair come back up again they look at so I learned about roaches I learned about kids jumping on my lap and I love kids jumping on my life okay what was that by the way the president was a thousand percent right and what he was saying yeah we knew that this was schedule with NATO go ahead yeah while I'm away then you do your impeachment coup attempt because they're in a rush this is all a rush job they they want to get through this is Ashley as quickly as they possibly can they want to race through this impeachment thing and that's you know they don't sign a work so they just like all right we're gonna do it when we will do it as quickly and expeditiously as humanly possible with no consideration how the American people feel all about it this next phase is going to happen really fast why is that we don't have to pay attention in a look of Byron York Scala my referred to earlier Byron York rightly points out they all we're doing this we don't we're so reluctant prayerfully we believe that we shouldn't be doing this but we have to do it for the sake of the Republic the previous impeachments our lifetime were followed by a massive long investigations there's a reason they're doing that they never accepted the results in twenty sixteen they never accepted the results of four separate investigations into their conspiracy theory of trump Russia collusion there's no reason evidence to impeach the president at all so rather than risk another three years and embarrassment not getting what they want will does race through it and if that means the presidents on foreign soil negotiating on our country's behalf that's what we're gonna do but we're gonna ignore quid pro quo Joe now let's get to the second that can you play that table Joe Biden again this from twenty seventeen I saw fox news director they found this by the way that this is right up there with Joe three oh three three oh remember what he said that at the end of the debate it meant nothing it wasn't like call Joe or text Joe and Joe three oh three that there were there was nothing to do we just said Joe three oh three three up as nine states of America we got together we have never never never but not able to overcome whatever the problem was if you agree with me three oh three three oh and help me in this fight thank you very much there is no Joe three oh three three oh four Joe there is a quit in a prone to quell Joe but there's no Joe three oh three three oh Joe but then there's Joe Sam could you just play this again because I'm having a very hard time he said this in twenty seventeen understanding what he's saying here maybe you can maybe you can decide for this for the audience Linda by the way you know I said on the stand and they get hot I got a lot I got hairy legs that we learned that in that.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on KTRH

"That it that that that that did turn about blonde in the sun and the kids used to come up reaching the pole I wrote my leg down so was straight and then watch the hair come back up again they look and so I learned about roaches I learned about kids jumping on my lap and I love kids jumping on my life okay what was that by the way the president was a thousand percent right and what he was saying yeah we knew that this was schedule with NATO go ahead yeah while I'm away then you do your impeachment coup attempt because they're in a rush that this is all a rush job they they want to get through this is Ashley as quickly as they possibly can they want to race through this impeachment thing and that's you know they don't sound out of work so they just like art will gonna do it when we will do it as quickly and expeditiously as humanly possible with no consideration how the American people feel law about it this next phase is going to happen really fast why is that we don't have to pay attention in a look of Byron York Scala my referred to earlier Byron York rightly points out they all we're doing this we don't we're so reluctant prayerfully we believe that we shouldn't be doing this but we have to do it for the sake of the Republic their previous impeachments our lifetime were followed by a massive long investigations there's a reason they're doing that they never accepted the results in twenty sixteen they never accepted the results of four separate investigations into their conspiracy theory of trump Russia collusion there is no reason evidence to impeach the president at all so rather than risk another three years and embarrassment not getting what they want will just raced through it and if that means the presidents on foreign soil negotiating on our country's behalf that's what we're gonna do but we're gonna ignore quid pro quo Joe now let's get to the second like he played a tape of Joe Biden again this is from twenty seventeen I saw fox news director they found this by the way that this is right up there with Joe three oh three three oh remember what he said that at the end of the debate it meant nothing it wasn't like call Joe or text Joe and Joe three oh three that there were there was nothing to do we just said Joe three oh three three up as nine eight states of America we're back together we have never never never but not able to overcome whatever the problem was if you agree with me hello three oh three three oh and help me in this fight thank you very much there is no Joe three oh three three oh four Joe there is a quit in a prone to quell Joe but there's no Joe three oh three three oh Joe but then there's Joe Sam could you just play this again because I'm having a very hard time he said this in twenty seventeen understanding what he's saying here maybe you can maybe you can decide for the for the audience Linda by the way you know I said on.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"She yeah we're not going to get it though yeah this is the reason that you hear me offering you the advice that I give you currently much every week on the program it's the advice that we have consistently provided all of our clients for the past thirty plus years we've been in business the advice that you hear on such a repetitive theme and I'm gonna give it to you once again right here because this example with art goes stock says it all it is extraordinarily important that you do not confuse investing with speculating it's extraordinarily important that you invest in a highly diversified fashion as opposed to making a single big bat I'm wondering how many people never heard of art goes stock a year ago but this year hearing that the stock is up four thousand percent how many of those shareholders bought the stock after it made massive amounts of money after a double in price earlier this year and then quadrupled in price and then went up a thousand percent and then doubled again after that and then doubled again after that all four thousand percent gain at what point do people buy the shares you know what it really doesn't matter when you bought the shares this year no matter when you bought them this year as of last Thursday you lost ninety eight percent of your money on a company that is losing substantial amounts of money raising the question why was the share price so high in the first place those who are trying to get rich quick those who are reacting to products news are doomed to struggling and challenging scenarios this is why the proper way that you should be investing your money is a on a highly diversified basis the kind of portfolio so we'd like to recommend have thousands of stocks from dozens of countries consider that a typical professional money managers say somebody managing a pension fund or an endowment fund or institutional money management typically don't place more than three percent of assets into a single stock no the words are gonna hold at least thirty three we like to hold thousands of stocks so that if anything goes.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Say that she yeah we're not going to get it though yeah this is the reason that you hear me offering you the advice that I give you credit me much every week on the program it's the advice that we have consistently provided to all of our clients for the past thirty plus years we've been in business the advice that you hear on such a repetitive theme and I'm gonna give it to you once again right here because this example with art go stock says it all it is extraordinarily important that you not confuse investing with speculating it's extraordinarily important that you invest in a highly diversified fashion as opposed to making a single big bat I'm wondering how many people never heard of art go stock a year ago but this year hearing that this stock is up four thousand percent how many of those shareholders bought the stock after it made massive amounts of money after a double in price earlier this year and then quadrupled in price and then went up a thousand percent and then doubled again after that and then doubled again after that all four thousand percent game at what point do people buy the shares you know what it really doesn't matter when you bought the shares this year no matter when you bought them this year as of last Thursday you lost ninety eight percent of your money on a company that is losing substantial amounts of money raising the question why was the share price so high in the first place those who are trying to get rich quick those who are reacting to products news are doomed to struggling and challenging scenarios this is why the proper way that you should be investing your money is a on a highly diversified basis the kind of portfolios the we'd like to recommend have thousands of stocks from dozens of countries consider that a typical professional money managers say somebody managing a pension fund or an endowment fund or institutional money management typically don't place more than three percent of assets into a single stock no the words they're gonna hold at least thirty three stocks we like to hold thousands of stocks so that if anything goes wrong with any one stock it's not going to do significant damage to you rising tide lifts all boats we don't have to be precisely right as Warren Buffett famously said better to be approximately right then precisely wrong and that's the message here so when you hear wacky stories of stocks doing extraordinarily unusual things with outlandish rates of return recognize that doesn't represent buying opportunities those don't represent things you should jump into instead they reflected represent mistakes that you can avoid and so not only must you build a diversified portfolio but a big the question well what kind of a diversified portfolio do you need to own that's the second half of the equation focusing on you not the market's not the economy not politics but on you what are your goals and objectives what are your fears what are the aspirations you.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Who showed up at that meeting last night that obviously has had an impact we will have a mayor Walsh in here on Tuesday night as a matter of fact will probably be able to get some clarification on that but if there is anyone who wants to confirm that for Nancy give us a call and let us know because if that is so that is a huge victory for the citizens and the small business owners of center street in west Roxbury and it shows what can be done let's go next to Lisa into reading Lisa you are next on the ring central nice I call I go ahead Lisa hi how are you and great what's your take on this I do not they're not from Brookline but I grew up having gas heat cooking as a kid and I think it's far superior however one Easter morning my mother was putting into him in the oven she she turned on the heat to you have N. however the the pilot light was off in the oven no when she opened it up still blew up on let it out the gas from the stove came up and let with the trial right on the are you on the stove top how badly was she heard pretty significantly she still around today and she's doing well and but it's just it has nothing to do with the trees for me it's a safety thing but he gets to see here's the thing Lisa you you have you have the ability to make that decision I have always been a little concerned about gas because as a TV reporter I covered a lot of you know individual gas explosions right but there are there's there's dangers to every source of energy you could have power surges obscene homes that were went on fire because of electrical power surges you have had a trains and trucks that have turned over you know carrying oil which explodes so there's nothing this a thousand percent safe now I know that some will argue you know wind power or thermal power of thermal fuel or or or title power of the hydro power everything has a plus and a minus but you got to kind of pick what you want to warm your house with when the New England temperatures gets down into the teens and and single digits I think a lot of it has for me it has to do with like the infrastructure is so old certainly there is that not a safety issue for me so let me ask you this do you in your home now how do you heat and how do you cook what do you use in your home oil and electric oil electric okay is that a factor in your choice when you bought your home you know what I thought it was already there there was talk about putting gas on our street but so many people had to sign up for it and I opted not to and they never got enough people on our street check actually yeah and that's the way it should work but I just think if if all of a sudden the town of reading said we we're not going to allow this or that I just think again we should have as many options and choices as possible on I can see how people are jaded by their own personal experiences but what I'm saying is for example maybe I had a car once or you had a car that you really did like it was a lemon let's assume hypothetically don't mention the name of car would you had a car that was just horrific and you had kept bringing it back do you think then that it would be okay to go to your town meeting and say no one in the town of reading is allowed to buy this type of car because the sacred that's that's all I'm saying link thank you Lisa appreciate it good night have a great night let's go to Tom in Brockton Tom next to the ring central nice I call it how are you it was so romantic notion among people of a left wing slant there which our this country by alternative energies all it's not practical well I'm currently working on a solar power project in west Greenwich Rhode Island it is twenty eight it is twenty eight mega watts of.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Take talking was the wrong verdict on their yeah during that boys is clear Max who is joining me today hello to talk about the Sims I'm so excited and what was your yeah so we're just gonna hop right and we're also gonna be joined by Christopher Smith Bryant who was on our LGBTQ gamer episode but this synonyms this this was my this was like fanfiction come to live yeah yeah and I will live out their fantasies a thousand thousand percent what like when was your first memory of when you got your hands on a game site that's I've played every single iteration of this game since the first ones I played one two three and now four I was literally playing it last night so I cannot and I think the person came out in two thousand so I would have banned like thirteen I guess okay yeah but before that I played SimCity and I played like other stimulation kind of games like roller coaster tycoon and totally rollers yeah jacking I and I still play planet coaster which is like the Big Brother of all because but I really like those kind of games because I'm terrible anything that involves like combat or any kind of like yeah totally I'm so bad so I always really liked the kind of like the relation games that are telling you can just like hang out so I definitely remember playing the first on and spending way too much time just building my house and then not even really playing just just building houses yeah most of what I think so I mean it is fascinating because like you know minecraft is so big but like that was the starting point yeah you know for people wanting to build for like building games really play yeah before that I just build houses with legos so like it's a virtual version of that for me it was a largely into like animated cartoon games like Aladdin this is and like a lion king game I had them like a CD rom of the line can get ahead of yeah the games and of course I was super into Mario and later Mario sixty four mind we're like I guess we I don't like the QC are games yeah the animated ones I don't like let us yeah I played a lot of the girly like a girly type of games I had one that was was a Barbie game there's little does Barbie makeovers and you just put like yes Sims is also like a grown up version of that just sit there and make your Sam for like hours yes yeah and and speaking of making Sam's we met my lovely friend Christopher Smith Brian joined I I'm sorry for being late no it's it's chaotic here we are all only what is IT yeah we're all we're all one it's right before it's weird because this is right before pride and it's right before E. three so for me it's like the worst week of my heart I like have a book signing after this that I just found out about today I would like it's today we're all coming together to talk about this my name's Christopher Brian I don't know if you need it ensure but yeah I work for LA gamers which is a non profit we held like PlayStation's first you three after party so when Danny was talking about taking out the Sims is like this is perfect up my alley yeah yeah when was your we're just talking about like your first introduction when you first remember getting your hands on this game I got it when it first came out I was like I was immediately my dad I remember saw the poster for and I've played sim city like as a huge will write fan I think even played like have like an ant simulator game so I was like really I remember my dad saw the box and I got it and I was just obsessed immediately yes so I guess we should tell people that have never played the Sims essentially what it.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"So what else is going on today I item was only one thing going on today only one thing going on that is tonight at eight PM eastern standard time that's where he's going to do this I'm I'm pushing you toward that hoping he does and he's really good at this kind of thing the it are they better than anybody else other people do some of the stuff back does they get in deep get some facts out about crime and corruption close to the all that stuff specially with what's going on now with rain and the bidens and this is a fake this horrible crude so still in full effect in the house of representatives straight up why that is beckoning suppose Allah tonight and from what the way he described it today he's gonna do his his you know blackboards magnets with a telling you who was what where and when you're gonna build tell everything without having a scorecard and it's going to have to live eight PM eastern standard time you want yourself to watch this well I I you could say he might fall on his face flannel face dot I don't think so I don't think so he's got the research staff to die for so this whole thing goes down tonight I want to say it's titled the Democrat hydra something like that but tonight yeah I can build Mrs specially if you go over the blaze websites was that common sure the problem will be up there and it's going to be on I told him about this today as well Michael bill doesn't matter with your home it's going to be on you too that means it's there for ever you'll be able to serve it out to them to one of the morning you'll be able to surf about tomorrow the in the morning whatever by afternoon later on but next Monday it will be there will be there I'm sure will be up on the blazes making it available to everyone you know have to be a subscriber to place to get it this is gonna be I have high hopes for it because Becca again I was gonna say no nobody does the stupid simple way out easy to understand presentation of all the stuff like back doesn't occur what the subject matter is again I hit on a lot of it people here on the station had a lot of it hi you get some of rush you get some of it from Hannity you get a bunch of it from live in but nobody nobody doesn't like back does it occur they hate back or not or we may be of back but nobody lays out like practice is going to do it tonight at eight o'clock eastern standard I will be paying close attention I mean I didn't have to get a pizza for the hospital while and I'll be a I'll be sticking up my Facebook pages shortly after if not definitely tomorrow on their own extinction of Facebook you got to pay attention folks you can't just let this stuff go by you can't say all I don't I I'm back what watches the news you're nuts watching the news I just put something up on my Facebook page that well all the something's I put up but I think I will still listen to its literal Loretta ask you one time who gave you fleas I know it wasn't me and there's a beagle appear in front of a hand gun I I got to post this thank you who sent this to me on that Sir but I got a snag this with I sell a camera talk about today after that though is anybody know is domino's pizza any good anymore I mean I'm seriously I know it's been a thousand percent dollars thing about this the other day you've got a domino's pizza oil okay or you don't like it either okay it was really bland for the longest time and then they went into serious damage control mode they said Hey we don't suck anymore remember that they did this so we we don't suck anymore come coming our pizza it's really good they showed you like people making the pizza on TV should I give me another chance somebody call let me know I don't know I don't know what one of the last few pieces I've snag have been from all buddy's pizza another outstanding I don't know his lower Russian roulette I'm gonna put one pizza around in the pizza chamber spent it pull the pizza trigger if I go to dominos I I don't know whether to go to the committee to save America this is old goes back to two thousand seventeen I told us bring a bunch of stuff in here today but I think it ties into this whole shredding of our Republic that's what's going on I mean that's the MAS dominos is great another one in the hallway fifty nine lattes and well that I come the driver of the how to get a piece okay does it okay thank you thank you John X. so there's one vote domino's is great I haven't been in awhile and I know they swore that they were getting their pizza head on straight and they're gonna make a really good before longest time domino's was planned bland looking ceiling tile okay what you're gonna so I I might have to I will try to give a shot but even those could chime in it knows about a domino's pizza was good you'll vote thing going here let's see somebody else chimes in here where they have the same I had domino's right when they switched to formula and it was good spicy sauce I like just some problems and I won about dominos I yeah they're good to good to this whole bunch good ones around but dominos is when I'm trolling for right now and I just got I just lost my dog me there it is now that some point all radio will be done by the way I'm doing it right now you go when you go to talk about something what's going on welcome you're not talking about stuff on your to it is full around right now well at some point like I said all radio will be done like this at some point after I am elected benevolent dictator for life and I do away with the FCC and I bring about the the won't really bring about much of anything you don't really know what's happening until I show up on your doorstep at your radio station don't worry is gonna be okay part I just snagged a dog meme it's way cool in order there I have a comment it yet to get over their own expected on Facebook and check it out so I brought this incident I thought I'd talk about this the committee to save America now up what would that mean who's a committed to save America well turns out the answer the generals new Yorkers Republican congressional leaders sees himself as an unofficial committee to protect trump and the nation from disaster does that say that says that some people think that you know trump's president but we can't let him really in get out of hand because he we're gonna protect go to protect the country you know who was one of those HR McMaster in jail this loose alliances informal and a bit as one top official told us this is us comes on from axioms this is a post by gaining much Jim Vander how your mentor hall and now my calendar one official told us if you see a guy about to stab someone with a knife you don't need a huddle decide to grab the knife so when these guys saying let me let me a pack of four they're saying that Donald Trump is beyond dangers they must make sure he doesn't do anything to jeopardize what's already in play given what the state department thinks should stay and play now back was pointing out something on a show today to it was it was it was beauty I think as you get us tonight is going to give you all his trusted department for gets into the actual specially said you've got to go back and see what they're all about before you go forward but State Farm give us everything from well think about to Libya Libya Benghazi state department give us that yeah yeah Superman everything the state department they gave us the a large part the give us Afghanistan or hack yeah state department they give every time that they go in some place and say we're going to do something here because we have to we we got a dose of one half Panama Canal yeah yeah and by the way we could crush China tomorrow we just turn off the money's gone global strike back you don't have any money to strike back literally pay for the existence of China in this you're on the are you concerned or worried about.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What nobody cares about this if you're wealthy you don't like it if you're not wealthy who cares about helping you bring back jobs that help you tax the wealthy doesn't do anything they know you're just going to take the money and overpaid by ten thousand percent on infrastructure so there's no issue no candidate so all they can think to do it with a just have to arrest this guy out of office could be indicted him out of office they didn't they don't know what else to do also I I understand that many of you not many but some of you I mean I like the guy I know the guy for years I am always get a kick out of the guys fun to be around but to allow you he's just a boorish the barbarian they don't like the way he talks you don't like the way he dresses you know right the tweets you know about but so what yeah I mean that's the package she gave that's comes with him so what it you know there was no nicer man than Jimmy Carter but I did like his tone it was boring Ms preachy it was but so what what president shouldn't act like that the mark yeah probably not most probably you could say the same thing about Steve Jobs you ever see the way he behaves he would start cursing and screaming and throw things that people eat fire people just like that he changed his mind just like that he was like a maniac in board meetings the way he ran apple but he was a genius and he got great results so they were very sad when he died it didn't even say thank god he's gone he got results that's what it's about getting results you could bomb a could you be a class your guy could you be more dignified could you make better speeches could you have a more beautiful tone meantime even get a damn thing done nothing so what will accept all of that luggage their baggage that comes with the Donald Trump want to get done the affordable Care Act and he didn't do it he handed over the insurance companies in the drug comes here you write it up look what the hell you got your premiums went up you lost your doctor so it I I understand that but the the sole rude to them that they've convinced himself he must be some kind of criminal he's done something illegal and it takes about guys like that they never do anything illegal there anal about it because they know their targets they know they're always going to be investigated they're very careful about that are you I I'm with him I think most of the opposition has to do with his personality they just don't like him as a person hate to break it to you he does that the liberal he always does that you're like a dog he throws the bone you go running get it bring it back then he froze it again just try to keep you busy running around squeaking noise doing a heck of a job anyway this more candidates come in we'll get to that coming up check out the web page a lot of good stuff up there what she hears a you know in a put it is that okay boomer hash tag the below zero okay watches his a baby boomer battling a millennial it's pretty funny also speak of those billionaires private jets here's the ten most expensive private jets in the world where you get the number one it's a big plane and then baby it's cold outside everybody's re writing it here's the Jewish mothers version of baby it's cold outside it's.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"What do you tell your husband what you have seen and why your suspicious a lease I I roles your friends simply I can see if she were to you so don't pretend like you don't know her he would also know her from the school because she also has a son at the school very much like our son we just happen to look extremely ikea so I want you to be completely honest with us and tell us what happened I've done nothing Cynthia so we know how great that's a start so please just be honest and tell us exactly what happened between you and yeah I don't know why you would want to do you would ask me like this nothing I've never cheated on you well you got in now and had a black white this kid looks like our kid and they both look like you I don't know okay can I suggest some things I'm uncertain about yes can you talk to the kid no don't talk to the kid certain I'm just asking leave the kids out of this if anything talked asking all right was so great I that was another thing I was reserved about asking well written to get all into that there's nothing wrong and she can I'm just saying no I don't know that I can trust you and I don't know that I believe you and so at least who can you talk to can you talk to sin yes the father of the child find out listen to me I'm not the only person at my work that looks like me okay yeah I'm saying oh my god if your brother your brother I'd rather have the if you will not talk about it he won't talk to me let's just talk with at least what happened to her but hold on his brother works in the same place and was married and had an affair you think with the we could really on then I think we should talk about before you go I just wanna make sure I understand so no you have a brother that resembles you is a twin might as well be but I don't I'm not a they can't talk no I know I understand but just before you go so you have a brother who was married at the time if you still marry still married yes they are still together this problem again now what do you tell us a lease that had a brother that looked alike because that could have saved a lot of I am and uncomfortable ness here if they always seemed so happy there are you know I mean they're like the perfect couple and every time hi I I will let you guys go no it's only if you believe your husband here thank you Ryan thank you thank you so much okay sorry good right now right I'm just saying again uncertain about what I'm about to say but that would've been valuable information to have going and it's pretty obvious to me thousand percent yes I know but she said I don't know maybe she was just like so caught up in the fact that it was because of her husband is or has been as I have mentioned even think they could be his brother this is Keith don't let car.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

17:14 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Know where I'm going with that eight hundred nine so about when their euro they start feeling that the brain Yay the bumps and it went up Charles's head and then they're like you need to go look at some so you want to use the scientific method and observable repeatable things when they found non observable non-repayable things they just go that one doesn't count Oh that one oh that one that doesn't let's real quick let's head to break when we come back we're going to get into the front allergies history how did this crack bs catch on she loves it as much as I do know where else am I gonNA put my hat on when we get home yeah it's on there right now areas country diner up next and more on Quiz Quiz Bang the pub quiz practice show that hits you pal right in the quiz new shows every week including straight up questions and answers teams going head to head in themed bonus episodes listened to quiz quit not very proud of you today Kevin Because your little your little hung over chip off the train little he didn't Puke in my truck now well there's still a ride back to go there is I gave you I was very worried I give you some hangover juice I thought I was going to throw it up I got it I helped some Ibuprofen A. Propen puff and you know I if I'd had my head read Before I drank maybe I wouldn't have known someone rituals you you have a penchant for getting hung over you take that hangover juice beforehand you would have been like thank God I went to that phonology in Chicago yeah tell me Chicago tell me more about this phonology there's gotta be some some basic tenets of it unclench fair co host cabins there are the basic tenets of phonology there's six of them Oh okay number one the brain is the organ of the mind I can't really Argue about that I mean it is an organ really it's funny we lisa we went to the body exhibit and it was interesting it had on there and headed brain and the nervous system that was it as this is as you every other piece of you is to nourish protect or supply this and that's crazy a really weird thing to see the brain that is really you it's broken down to that brain and nervous system out because that's all your feelings everything comes down to that it had the spinal head the cord not like the spinal not to your spine bones and crazy here do you think there's a place as we get into phonology that I could get a new nine we could we could just fixtures by the time we're old they'll be uploading us and they'll just air you know take out the errors She super no man actually they're going to have to get to like two point four down yeah okay so the brain is the organ of the mind check all right number two the my composed of multiple distinct in Nate Faculties K- that's kind of a weird thing to say but you can kind of get behind that one so you could could you whole are they saying like let's say the brain is six things like these six tenths you could pull one of those things out and can function on its own is that what they're saying that each one is an organ that makes up the whole event so they don't function of themselves but together they functioned together as one giant organ of the Brain Dump number three because they are distinct each faculty must have a separate seat or organ in the brain that's another retelling of that like I said each piece goes together they A- each is an oregon you can't live without your heart your kidneys I guess you can make well one of the things like that there are people that have had head injuries though and lost part of their brain and they still live and then other people don't it's weird thing right eller their personality one thousand percent changes right exactly exactly never for the size of an organ and other things being equal is the measure of its power what that is saying is that's like one of the main tenants I'd really a big thumbs up from the booth thank you thank you so that is kind of one of the maintenance of phonology mean the size of the feeling they would feel your head interpret they said your head got shape from the brain the brain didn't get shape from the head it was malleable that way so if you have a bump here up in your head that's abundant your brain and bones formed around the brain right so that was the thing that the brain shaped head in shape the brain okay you're looking I don't believe this and I don't know how I feel I know it's true it's a good point we do know it's true I just had no it's true No no it's good it's good you know it I've seen that behind music like seventeen times Double Okay Lisa you can put the thumb down we're moving onto the SILEX okay what I was talking about the shape again five the shape of the brain is determined by the development of its various organs so each organ can grow separately from the rest so you can have the frontal lobe is huge or the rear lobe is huge in each of those things are going to dictate what happens we'll get into each of those areas there's lots of different areas and they control different things were going to break that down to number six this is when it's talking about as a skull takes its shape from the brain of the surface of the skull can be read as an accurate index of psychology. go aptitudes and tendencies checked that's all spot on not an issue they are right here I got to bump means I'm a great lover and from the booth yes what she put her thumb down you asked her to that's the only oh I see okay yeah don't get cocky stay on target stay on target the portions I just I now I'm just sitting imagine Nichols of the brain coming poking or you remember those those old movies with the brain would be like oversized and like pulsating mhm almost like beating heart or something like that yeah and it makes it sound crazy like so my question is why you know why didn't we ever have elephantiasis of the brain and why didn't pull if we have it for -nology Israel why didn't some people disagree their brain grow huge one node well think about when they they found those Egyptians or the the African people that would do the the head binding and it would give them those those long at its goals they were probably like Oh shit this guy was really into music you know whatever this dude was this must be love seals and Croft it was just it's just it's written right there on his malleable skull but depending on what your bookie read of phonology and there are a lot of them the different guides there could be twenty seven to thirty eight regions of the skull that specific in each an organ of the brain and each responsible for different personality trait now the norm there is even and then there was infighting and the norm- normal accepted his thirty five in five major regions all inside the brain in your head so all thirty five I'm going to be named they're broken down into five regions and they have region five regions and they have some Some weird names I reach is madness human feeling love and sex that's region one or that means if it's too big you are a pervert or you would be a don Juan or an untrusted lever to small no interest in sex they would they would say you know women that becomes spinsters and she was just her I don't know okay I don't have my bust in front of me yeah but it's one of those the one time that I've recorded the show that the bus does not here no you should just have it up here with the headphones on it ready to go number two philo pro genitive nece is the parental love also fondness for pets the young the helpless radic the young and the rest us too big you spoil your kids okay too big there and too big of the first one and he might be a child molester too small neglect kids. You kick puppies you you don't WanNa have children and you don't you dislike them you don't give money to the homeless and you're a terrible person that checks out chokes out number three concentrated on a task to beg your obsessive CD you can't let go you get focused on one thing and you can't look at others to small compulsive need for variety lot of things never get finished because we're gonNA wind and you go I want to go work on this I WANNA we're GonNa your eyes got real big when I thought of this one yeah well I think I've got a real big concentrated nece portion the your concentration of Oregon you claimed it's it's engorged a word that I like it that word yeah it's it's so engorged Turgid and I have to say too small compulsive need for variety well that's that's what the cell phones window right Yeah Rooney Narcan and then yeah that's just the way it goes the that was number three number four is adhesives robots speaking up unfocused and stay on track yeah uh-huh do you need any other now I don't maybe some seals and crawl he's in his friendship social social How how much you like being around a big unique company if you don't like to be alone you might be one of those people that goes to parties all the time party all the time no now I see why he did it that's terrible into small you neglect friend you shunned social events your he's an is too small you stayed home and watched friends on your anniversary Sri instead of going out because you didn't WanNa be around people little true is already sadness too small guess what we're small together you big yeah well you're an excitable bastard yeah you're going to law yeah you're out trying to start fights you argue with people for no reason Internet we'll say what I'm enjoying is that the third fourth and fifth one are kind of close to words yeah I two are not words number six anti-establishment terrorism combative too small coward you won't stand up for yourself you're easily walked on pushover okay you shun away from everything because you you just can't stand any sort of confrontation and what does it all we're going to be told to me by feeling my head when a phonology expert feels your head they'll be able to to really break you down in can you go to a phonology act for just a I'm worried about my adhesive nece yeah yeah really where they're gonNA go Arman focus on the adhesive area of your and however many different functions so that remember that's that Oregon but there's multiple pieces to that Oregon in there then it breaks down even further but these are the big ones yeah hey thought that by examining the shape and unevenness of a head or skull discover the development of the particular cerebral organs responsible for different intellectual aptitudes and character traits now that's important intellectual aptitudes character traits just by touching someone's head they've already judged you know what your type of person you are and what your good and bad at is oh hand out out of the booth Oh yeah so my question is how fast that is just like a one touch or do you know being they're gonNA they're gonNa feel everywhere because different things can overlap into well this is large small so they're going to kind of counteract each other things like that but I'm sure just like anything a true true phonology expert could do it pretty fast and that expert should be a true expert she could say here's your adhesive nece so here's here's talking about what you're talking about for example if your forehead as big that position attributed to the organ of Benevolence indicated that the Android have a well-developed organ of benevolence I would therefore be expected to exhibit be on your your an okay guy so that's why I'm going bald you're just really benevolent but like so many popular science's call another sought only the so I talked about only confirmations for what fit into their box if it didn't work with the subject they didn't add that to their the Reseda just ignore it that hypothesis doesn't tread water that doesn't work we're not using it so it's up the didn't follow along in the ways that thing they threw it out ignored it completely and that meant any evidence that went along with the way their thing it was then readily in Roche ously accepted as proof the truth of phonology that's not the way science I noticed that I think you have a Typo your truth in quotation marks I don't think he meant to do that truth truth yeah that's the way goes and at the same time contradictory findings such as not very Evelyn and Israel people having a well-developed orga benevolence were always explained away meaning got a big head and you're an asshole and you're an evil person was often done by claiming that the activity of the other organs counter acted saying so just because one.

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"thousand percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:27 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Get all my money like we're gonna hear from for toning what about the goaltending situation the croppers been announces started tonight all right but I thought maybe letter would go I got asked a question earlier and Richard and I well I thought maybe come back with a letter I didn't I mean look at me close the guy we know that I think he's been I think he's been very good you give up a soft goal in my opinion the first two games but he is the guy but I thought wonder played played really well first first full game is a black **** it really is first full game and almost a couple of weeks because the way the schedule fell the hawks won over to Europe he played half a game he didn't play in Prague soul you know look if you don't get it that being goaltending you're not gonna win in the National Hockey League and I think so far in my opinion is that in all three games the goaltending is given that the team a chance to win and that's all you want we're at has a baby and the team since I've been back yet really about what that trip was right for them do you think in moments like that used to be that the Christmas trip the circuit structure and the Christmas yeah we're big or big moments for the be on the road for for a week or two weeks at a time and it players always talked about that this will different there in Europe and especially their their come into contact with some of the legends you know Jose was rare right down to cash it was there right yeah but it's one of those it kind of experience especially for the younger players where they're gonna remember the rest of their lives probably all the players are gonna do that I think this was good for them I I think anytime you get a chance to sell the brand market the brand as the Blackhawks do as well as any team in professional sports with the leadership they have with rocky Wirtz and Danny Wirtz and course John McDonough J. block all the way through so I think it's an opportunity to be able to do to do that they've been overseas they played all the big games and you know some of these guys have done it also I think sometimes it does become a little taxing but it is an opportunity with so many new faces to get over there and figure things out and get a chance to just you know be with the guys and look at it brought a party having of over ninety five people over there in the black ox and from what I hear IT goal but they I heard everything was absolutely you know as they do everything for a one thousand percent first class and the state of course it was great the only downside is that we're playing on a Slurpee basically in terms of the quality the ice we look at it it can be but look role at the end of the day or I like what I said earlier you know I see fear you know if you don't win games people are going to look at that and they're you know they're I don't think they're going to blame going to Prague and I think if you win fifteen a role you have people may more lean took all while must've been the bonding trip right when he got to go on play doesn't matter where your plans still miss the circus trip I don't necessarily look at when you don't have the circus trip I I look at I lived I lived there for five years of my career because I played here when you lose the circus trip you make an extra trip or to I'll what stress so it you know it's it's if anything it's more travel yeah because you get those other games are you one of five or six game trip in and you'll later in the season yeah that's and that that and it is especially since we play in the west right in the schedule is changed to the way that you know the league over the years the trains with you know you're playing this team two times this year you only coming home so just it really depends but I mean a lot of things have changed since the you know the I guess literally the circus left town yeah if see that that's an author right been working and just for the record yeah some of my former friends and the former teammates asked if there were any crayons with the spa and just for the record hello there don't you think that's what why do you live I did not when I heard that you're only heard after that it was click I just know what you I'm not talking you're not getting a buckle by one I'm not giving you what I'm gonna you know what I'm taking you out I'm it's a summer yeah you're out of the book it the the book is what we're gonna come back in a second and talk about that because this is really I am I we've known each other a long time I when you first were diagnosed we talked about it as we talked about it at what a difficult road was going to be you're so honest about a brutally honest about what was lying ahead of you and you don't shy away from putting that in these pages so if people I mean this is one of the things about this book it's yeah it's about sports and it's about do you know your life is a you know as a ring crap now that but more importantly for people who are suffering you know taking on disease specifically take not cancer and it's a tough road everybody knows could be a tougher this gives you a lot of hope this gives you including some things that you're you admit to the darkness of it yeah a lot of people exactly do you want to like make it rose to gloss over that but you can't you have it's part of the whole experience because I want to help inspire one person role like that that really to me that that's the biggest goal of why I did I had an opportunity to write a book before about my life and coming from here and overcoming obstacles and people telling me I would never do things never to you things and tell me I would eat eat my way out of the NHL will for sub what's wrong with a hungry hockey player and I like I like to eat you know so playing like just if I can help one person either deal with it stay away from it health to help them get through the days inn relate then you know what it was well worth the sixteenth month initiative in in the work that we put into it into the book and I'll get inspired a lot of email like I I hope I hope and they can be late and say Hey is that old broken down or square can do it and then then I could do it too because look at I had enough time I had enough quite time last me a lifetime in my battle and very lucky with all the help I had to people at northwestern my doctors my family the Blackhawks of course my wife Diane of thirty one years of my kids and my folks and we did it I I I really believe I couldn't look at I I I proved myself I'm way tougher than I ever thought I was and I know there a lot of people out there that feel that some it does have to be by cancer can be bought anything and I have so many trials and tribulations and I don't are we up against time all right now or somebody will come in as entire that's a true broadcast right yeah I had you had to look in your eye I mean you it was it was glistening first section and you look at me like that to shut up if you notice a pattern I have the same look to see how that works veteran hold on a second I'll be the one that determines that I just compare myself to the great pet falling let's check in with your lack of when I was going on in the news in the traffic.

"thousand percent" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

14:05 min | 3 years ago

"thousand percent" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"I am an exact yeah yeah that that very much you know that this rather adult body but yes that he's later I go and say maybe early two thousands that you know that kind of John's introduced that concept that it wasn't just he has because he has these conflicting memories his morality is sometimes that conflict and obviously that kind of sets up that makes them a little more unpredictable especially given his lack of emotional maturity and leads to obviously some problems throughout the episode so first and foremost what was your take on Joshua orphan `super boy what you think of his performance I to be honest I have not seen him in anything else I don't know if you have if he has been in anything else because he seems to be young actor right she's been in other stuff but it's nice sometimes to be introduced actors that you've never seen before you go in fresh and you don't have have a certain candidate portrayed in mind because you're like okay I remember him doing this why is he doing that in you maybe expect something from an actor that you've we know from previous roles I really enjoyed him like I said I think he he he really played the pot radio well the just the ocean the constant swaying of emotions from wide eyed in surprise to two furious to apologetic it was just done so so well and he sold it holy incompletely and almost this relationship mother do son relationship he has with eve because suddenly begins to trust STA and is even ask us and I call your mom you know it's it's very it's very earing I believe it was something it was creepy by though it was kind of endearing well I mean you know Congress approaching it very innocently and Eve is going no no no no no no no let's not go there at all new which that was kind of funny we we don't as we find out throughout this through story as we kind of as eve kind of peels back these layers and we get the the down to the actual truth of her involvement in in Connor's creation you know she's talked we mercy mixed this comment that Eve is is pretty much devoted one thousand percent to this project exclusion of any kind of social life romantic life no she doesn't have any kids she doesn't even have a dog which may be explained why cryptos around cadmus jobs but but but she's isolated herself and just apparently it's been for years that she's poured into the is project to the exclusion of all else and so then when connor comes around and ask her asks her well hey can can I see all you mom I'm sure that definitely through her for a loop big time it's true and the fact about not having socialite it kind of I was new bitcon used to a certain extent because when she first his Co. to the labs when when Kana breaks out you know she's wearing a an attractive evening dress and she smells of alcohol or what have you and perfume sucking myself it might have been one of the few times this poor girl was actually maybe I wanNA date right or that nature and maybe a few times it gets totally dashed to pieces because there has to be a catastrophe like maybe the first off in centuries and it's like it's all it all goes horribly wrong so maybe there wasn't attend to there is an attempt of trying social life but it seems to not be able to happen for right or at the very least their you know she attempted to have that social life but ends up because of that she ends up getting in trouble with Walter who as we find out was trying to contact her all night and we gather that she's out partying but given her personality and we see her drinking brandy later in the truck honor was she actually out having fun or was she just dressed up to go out but really just sitting in a bar somewhere getting Mart you know your opened the huge kind of worms because now I have a mental picture of Eve sitting alone in right in this dingy bar right on a pool me another one kind of situation trying to classy even though she's like I don't know at the Titans version of Mos for example Interactive drinking drinking her sorrows away Ravi fending off all these guys trying to hit on her because she's dressed in a party dress but Yeah I kinda see her as just like that that she may be intended to go out changed her mind ended up going to a hotel bar or something and just wants wanted to be alone drinking yeah maybe he just cares about her I guess her appearance outside of the office and just once they know oh good because she values herself and so she didn't want to I'd know go in a sweat so what have you but I am Yes it's an interesting character and you know what made me where you want to know more about her past often I because I'm a huge fan of origin stories obscure characters might not know much about Iran he wants the series to tell me something more about this person sometimes maybe it's nice to be left in the dark but to be honest chows I'm really curious to know more about her and maybe see something Flash Vaccine when she was actually starting on the project because when we hear about how enthusiastic she was and how much you want to do this and she says of course you wanted to if it worked but it'd be interesting to see how she got picked up by Cadmus and this kind of thing so she's a very interesting character and I hope she'll be with us for a while oil yeah I think I don't think we've seen the last of her especially given the fact that crypto ends up being captured and Connor was shot so I don't think we seen the last of her at all now go ahead I'm sorry definitely hoping yeah yeah I think so I mean and she's she the Richard had him the writers really spent a lot of time developing her as a character so so I gotta think she's not is going to let this go and I don't think we've seen the last of her personally now there is this one really powerful moment toward the end of the episode after after conor even crypto we need to talk about crypto in a minute but you know they're Kinda hit the hit the road owed after this failed attempt where connor who ends up in Smallville Kansas Lionel Luther House mercy and her team ended up tracking them down and Eve is brought along as kind of like an expert to be overseeing everything so she stuck in a van and the team attacks everything goes predictably helter skelter and then eve when when actually confronted super boy is she basically decides Okay F. Cadmus I'm not going to do this anymore we're going to let's just let's get out of here and so they hit the road and they end up eventually they stop at an offer to like a little diner restaurant and and connor gets into it with like he wants to stop this one guy from who is abusing his girlfriend and dragging her into a car to a protests and well and then eve gets a little frustrated because conor she feels isn't mature enough to understand why he needs to lie low and so she takes him to San Francisco oh which of course is going to lead to his connection with the titans and they end up going to this abandoned facility that turns out to be an old cabinet lab where essentially this is where connor was born so what did you think of of that before we get into the details aw I was actually happy that they did it because too often we have TV shows or movies where the character ends up befriending somebody who knows about that passed and doesn't tell them anything for ages and ages and ages and they might just disappear or something then the character goes finds out gets terribly traumatized he turns on this person in the whole liar revealed kind of thing right I'm so glad they did not use that trump okay we're going to get this out of the way immediately she's going to be the better person and say okay fine I'll take you to show you where you were made as it will way you were born and I really appreciate that granted it doesn't stop them from getting seriously to her but aside from that I appreciated the fact that they did not use that typical trope love you're not gonNa find out your origins until way later on and it's GonNa blow up in your face and you're going to trust in people etc so I really appreciated yeah obviously if if this show had been on the CW they would have dragged this out over the course of at least two seasons probably right here with titans it's a much more the reactions are much more mature and adult so when Eve's brings him to this facility and they go inside and obviously it's all kinds of creepy where because do things been abandoned and connor sees this reference to a project rock Shasta which Russia is a is a Hindu word that's reference to a human being in Hindu mythology filled with bloodlust also count basically essentially they're referred as man eaters now whether we're going to get any pay off of that later on who knows but it doesn't exactly strike heartwarming tone to say the least breath and they kind of get into this moral debate about which they kind of started in the car on the way there about the ethical value are you a science experiments and eve this is where she kind of lays all her cards on the table and goes look remember when I told you that there are no bad it's experiments well guess what I was lying I admit that sorry and she she says that you know lex one too loan superman but he couldn't figure out how and she was the one who gave him the idea to stabilize the Tony and Jeanne's with human ones and so she gave him the idea to use his DNA on connor to create connor and connors unsure like what does that mean me bad and she tried does that make me a monster and she kind of takes him back to it's up to you but be careful what you wish for and so conor take rips open the door he goes inside he sees all these mutated prototypes previous versions as we find out in the in the episode.

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