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Ecommerce Surge Could Cause Holiday Blues

Business Wars Daily

03:32 min | Last month

Ecommerce Surge Could Cause Holiday Blues

"We made it to another friday. France tisza holiday season like no other. The pandemic has many shoppers avoiding stores and opting to fill their holiday shopping lists online. That's led to unprecedented volume for the shipping companies. That deliver those goods to your door. An estimated three billion packages will travel on planes trains trucks and vans during the twenty twenty holiday season. And that's not even counting any sleighs. That's nearly a billion more packages in last year and it's also about seven million more packages a day than the current systems capacity of new york. Times report says in fact the strain on the system is so great. ups cried. Uncle get slapped volume limits on some of the nation's biggest retailers. The big brown fleet told drivers on cyber monday to halt pickups at six retailers including l. bean hot topic new egg and macy's the wall street journal reported quote no exceptions the message reportedly said the restrictions will remain in place throughout the holiday season but ups said in a statement that it will work with its largest retail customers to redirect shipping capacity as it becomes available cnn reported that the carriers restrictions will help ensure it can meet its customers needs including small and mid sized businesses that have suffered during the covid nineteen pandemic. Some ups drivers said they hadn't seen shipping limits before but the limits aren't really new in may fedex place limits on roughly two dozen retailers affecting how much they could ship from certain locations. The move was meant to prevent the company from being overwhelmed during the early days of the pandemic online. Orders were surging a fedex. Spokesperson told the wall street journal that the limits were similar to those imposed around the holidays. No word on whether fedex is placing similar restrictions on its customers this holiday season both fedex and ups of hired tens of thousands of employees to increase capacity this year but staffing for the surge isn't the only challenge ahead. Both carriers are also dealing with a cargo van shortage as the pandemic spike demand for deliveries and all manner of delivery vehicles plant shutdown due to corona virus restrictions that created a limit on supply bloomberg reports both couriers rely on independent contractors to supplement their capacity. Many of these drivers rent the vans they use to deliver. Fedex is paying its couriers a stipend to help cover the spike in van rental costs. Things aren't much better up. In the air. Units that represent fedex and ups pilots say covid nineteen infection. Rates are rising among cargo flyers. The airline pilots association reps about five thousand fedex. Pilots representative said members are quote strained. Like never before according to a memo reported by the washington. Post of course. Both companies face unrelenting pressure from amazon which has amassed its own in house shipping operation in a pre holiday shopping spree. Amazon lisa dozen cargo jets bringing its total to more than eighty. It also added more than two hundred package facilities this year so far according to the washington post as shipping companies work to overcome their literal logistical nightmare. This holiday season. There are two big lessons to take away. I if you want your gift to get where it needs to be on time you better ship it soon and just maybe that red suited guy from the north pole deserves a little more respect for getting it all done one night

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"tisza" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"tisza" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of course, continue to follow this story. And bring you information as it comes in President Trump's in Atlanta this afternoon. He's going to be at the UPS hub at Hartsfield Jackson International, too, and Elsa policy change concerning transportation projects. And as the president is in town today, George Democrats are criticizing his response to the Corona virus pandemic. Stacey Abrams, the founder of Fair Fight, says blacks are dying of the virus it twice the rate of whites, incompetence, and his failures have inflicted disaster after disaster on African Americans and the president will be in town this afternoon around three o'clock 84 degrees on Peachtree Street going to be hot. The Heat index high today be around 99 today and closer to 100 or slightly above tomorrow, right on through the weekend and into Ah, if not through most of next week as well. And remember, that's In the shade. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish will of Atlanta's most accurate in dependable forecast Coming up hospital data on Corona virus. Patients will now be rerouted to the Trump administration, instead of first being sent to the CDC here in Atlanta. This move Could make data less transparent to the public at a time when the administration is downplaying the spread of the virus and threatens to undermine public confidence that medical data is being presented without political interference. There is a new app available for from Georgia Tech that can help you make a decision about when and where you go during this pandemic. The APP estimates the chances of somebody who's infected with Corona virus being at a county where you're planning on going. For example, if you want to go to dinner tonight, say in Cobb County. What do your chances in Cobb right now, with 25 individuals? Risk level about 50%. And if you double that to 50 individuals, it gets above 80%. That's Georgia text. Joshua whites, he says. This is not the risk of being infected. But the risk that somebody in a crowd of a particular size in that area has the virus. Of course, your risk of infection goes down if you are wearing a mask and, of course, practicing social distancing. And this is an example of something that you'd use the APP for NASCAR's allowing up to 30,000 fans at Bristol Motor Speedway for tonight's All Star race. That is the biggest sports crowd yet in the U. S. Since the Tisza since the pandemic sidelined, organized sports back in March, WSB news time is 10 33. Make sure your road is open. First thing tomorrow when you wake up, tell your smart figure to play 95.5 for triple team private coverage and breaking down what the president had to say. In Atlanta..

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"tisza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"tisza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It was an event that happened. It was a seal a promise in your life that not only that God had cleaned you as own, but that the water's about Tisza would forgive you of all your sins. You were baptized at one time in your life. In those waters, do not stop working, but they continue to flow in the life of the believer, and so it's very beautiful for us to sit here into look and see the pulpit, we are gathered around the word. We are fed in nourish with one, another envir- faith in Jesus Christ. And for those of us who struggle with forgiveness those of us who feel so, guilty, that there's nothing that we could ever do for God to love me, forgot to claim me forgot to. We look at this. And we say no. I was baptized, I was cleaned. I am God. In these waters, have not stopped working. This is all intention. Some people have often said, we shouldn't really tied faith to symbols to objects, but that's really a modern concept. For generations, people have tied faith to objects just look at the Old Testament. God doesn't amazing thing for the people. What's the first thing they want to do? They want to build an altar. Why? Because we've lost that it's a mystery of faith that we have lost, and we need to reclaim it. These objects. They represent something larger. They're just would at the end of the day. Course. But when we see them. We see something greater we see the promises of God come alive. Their events their places. They're things that we can rely on when our own hearts. Betray us. The reformers, I believe, we're veering visited in that. And it's something that we need to reclaim for ourselves as well..

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"tisza" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tisza" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Hopefully because they're smarter and they go do it. Right. But carried out, but I don't know. I would. Yeah. I agree with you. I think he would need to probably fall into the early twenties. And then where it's just like, you know, we're not giving up a tone to go get him. But we'd like them enough that we're just going to make it happen. Andrew Metcalfe seven asks what are the chances that the cheese draft a linebacker in the first three rounds? I don't think it's super high. I mean, they've spent a lot of early assets and a lot of money at the linebacker position. You've got door, you know, Daniel with a third around pick. And you know, this year's fourth is being spent on Reggie Ragland. And they spent a lot of money on Anthony Hitchens like that's not a position where I think you can go in use one of your four best assets to address that position. Maybe if if they were it would be a Sam they would be trying to identify more of a rush Sam type player like that. That's the only thing that makes sense to me when it comes to the linebacker position. Well, also, there's not a linebacker were taking in the first three. Around. That's not named Devon. Through Wilson, you could probably make a case for he would be the only one I probably as for the the linebacker market is weird in the straffed because you've got very top-heavy. But then it's everything else is just day. Three guys. More very close today. Three guys. It's it's bizarre. At Tisza l- sage elite that's an elite named Jake and Tisza sage asks if Hopkinson TJ Hopkinson falls to twenty one in no big defensive players are on the board..

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"tisza" Discussed on Knowing Faith

Knowing Faith

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Knowing Faith

"Are there any New Testament trying to think because I think I would want to say like Genesis one would kind of give us pictures of God creating hovering over the waters and bringing about something new out of chaos, you'll still have Joshua. They're inheriting the promised land there crossing the Jordan. This is a new birth your. But I'm wondering are there any new I'm trying to think of their New Testament passages because I would I would point to those places as being kind of types of baptism, but I'm trying to think are their actual New Testament references to that this is New Testament reference to Genesis one or Joshua three. That's a good question. I don't know. I mean, other there's more war. Mind. Okay. We're talking on the water. Yes. Yeah. Because you have the picture of where we're Peter gets scared. I mean, they're they're out. And there's a storm comes up, and they think they see Jesus walk in the water. They think it's go. So they kind of freak out and Peter starts to walk to Jesus. And he actually falls down the sinks down into the water and Christ pulse. Him out of the water. And the result of that story is the first time the disciples affirm that he's the son of God. If she was there seems to be some kind of. Hey, ash, nasty nasty neighboring did not guys. This was great. No. But I mean, it's it's when you compare it to Matthew, I think it's Matthew seven the first time when Jesus asleep in the boat and Matthew six two six. Thank you. All right. That's a ceremony mouth. You can try to have a bible for the other thing that I'm seeing about Jesus's baptism were. You do have Jesus being submerged in the water or being brought up out of the water with the Holy Spirit. Descending upon him rivaling over the water hovering over the waters. He was just another picture a lot there. Yeah. And Jesus baptism stories is actually pretty interesting because when we think about baptism with looking looking back kind of with the Christian Linda's on. We think about baptism is something that is synonymous with Christianity, but Baptists will practices were were around before they were prevalent condition rights purification rites. And then also it was you know, if you were not a Jew, but converted to Judaism, you went underwent prostate Baptist. Right. So they're so bad Tisza as a ritual existed and in the life of the early church. The early church writings are trying to distinguish Christian baptism from other practices of app. Ism. I think about the the dedicate right which dedicate says baptism was the initial right of the Christian religion too. Befollows by the Lord's supper, let no-one eat or drink of your Eucharist, except those who have been baptized into the name of the Lord that. That's a big word time. Okay. Yeah. Well, what's the Texan on a big word short? We're. Oh, you mean, it can be confusing. The did a case functioning of language he could of almond a manual of pastoral theology in the early church is that fair. Yeah. I mean in a lot of scholars would say it was written before most of the New Testament documents, and it's possibly it's the teaching of the twelve is the ideas that is this is the teaching of the apostles. We don't know exactly who wrote it down. And it's not canonical..

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"tisza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Your vision is. How does this big picture? Look what what is this whole electrification gonna do including the solar the smart city, the tying into the grid vehicles autonomous. It's a big magic crystal. Well, I mean, I think you touched on it right there. And I think it's another thing that Nevada has embraced significantly, whether it's smart cities, smart communities or the smart state initiative that they have through the Nevada governors association is that mobility is a huge piece of the tangible solutions inside of smart communities is what we're calling it now for resiliency, and how we're going to transition, you know, livable communities, so you know. What what I envision that? I see at least very specifically is these distributed resources, and many people don't know what that means when I say that. So that's I'm from an energy perspective distributed resources is your battery your solar when your vehicle, which may or may not if it's electrical become a resource in the future. So you're driving a battery basic, which is a resource to the grid. So when we think about how that's going to change, and whether you touched on resiliency that was big at CAS. Mobile buses when you think about it like that Tisza mobile battery so now that can become emergency response. So if we have a power outage, you can drive a car or a bus to wherever and be able to provide backup power. So there's this whole new future of uses for vehicles. How you drive, you know, it's autonomous. So it's it all envelopes into these smart communities of the future that Nevada's very aggressively embracing. So a boss could go to a disaster area and turn from a bus to a hospital in pretty short order and provide power lighting, what have you to the area and help with emergency response. So in this big vision, you know, we have to really be out of the box thinking about where we're headed in this new Jetsons future. Right. It's here now. So it's Jetsons to is now you're gonna have you're flying cars. So you saw that as well..

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"tisza" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Three on talk radio five sixty. This serious things going on Trump's about to leave the rat turns on him. Mula times it so well that just now they break into the offices of his tax lawyer in Chicago, and the guy can't defend themselves because on an airplane. It's good. It's good to live in such fascist government. We see the nakedness of the federal government when it goes rogue. We see it. Now, what will happen to anyone of us who they wanna get? And that could be anyway, a liberal and they wanna get tomorrow. No one's immune. So you know, you could be celebrating today. But tomorrow, it could be you have an out of control prosecutor like this was gone beyond his mandate as doing anything. You can't destroy a man you can laugh all you want because you don't like Charles policies, but tomorrow, it could be a Bama tomorrow. It could be you. This is the problem. To be or not to be that is the question. Whether it's just nobler in the mind to suffer the slings Aero's of outrageous fortune. You remember when you heard that slings and arrows, right? Well, it's all from hamlet's soliloquy. Shakespeare that old white guy who's not quite as good as a rapper. Who speaks fifty words of English. But Shakespeare did as good as he could speaking fifty thousand words of English. And so he continued with the soliloquy. He wrote no more. And by let's start again. This is fifty thousand words of English. Not fifty words of English. To be a not to be that as the question. Whether there's no in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles. And by opposing end them to die to sleep. No more and by asleep to say, we end the heartache and the thousand natural shocks that fleshes air to Tisza consummation devoutly to be wished to die to sleep to sleep a chance to dream. There's the rub. For in that sleep of death. What dreams may come? When we have shuffled off this mortal coil must give us pause. There's the respect that makes calamity of so long life for who would bear the whips and scorns of time the oppressors wrong. The proud man's continually the pangs of this fries. Love the laws delay the insolence of office and the spurns that patient merit of the unworthy takes when he himself. My his quietest make with the bear Botkin who would finals Bayer to grunt and sweat under a weary life. But that the dread of something after death the undiscovered country from who's born no traveller returns puzzles. The will and makes us rather bear those ills we have than fly to others that we know not of thus conscience does make cowards of us all and thus the native you of resolution is sick lead over the pale cast of thought and enterprises of great pitching moment with this regard there. Occurrence turn awry and lose the name of action. That's hamlet's soliloquy. I realized she did as good as he could for an old white male. Only had a vocabulary of approximately fifty thousand words he wasn't up to that of a rap star. Who speaks fifty words of English. And look everything is judged by money since.

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"tisza" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There was a lady there that she said, she's a doctor, and I looked her up to and I don't know what she's a doctor. She may be another. She may be a road like doctor, doctor medical doctor didn't seem like was Doctors Without Borders or anything like that. And then she says, I I'm also a public servants. I'm sitting here. I don't know what. But she says I I came. I'm a dreamer. I'm proactive dreamer. And and I went to medical school when I'm a doctor, and I'm this, and I'm that, and I'm sitting there going and kind of blocked it off. And then when we were doing the end of the show, the lightning round, I came on. And I said listen, my dad was born in this country either. But my dad came to the United States legally, this is legal way to do it. I know it may come as a shock to some people, but Tisza legal way to get here which my dad did and he went to medical school, and he became a doctor and he did it legally. So I told him I made a point of that. I said, I think that's a big issue too that he did a legally, and and it was people were shocked. Some people got some calls from people from classes, you shouldn't say that I was born outside the country to American citizen parents. So it's you're you're you're your citizen by birth. Right. Just Seguinists they call it, which is Latin for love love blood. And that's how I am. You know? And I said, and, but you doesn't matter you know, there's a legal way to do it. I was lucky enough that my parents were citizens find, you know, I fall under a different spectrum. I by grade or nothing I was. A US citizen from birth. But it's something that I threw it her because she's kind of saying look at me. I'm a product of of a dreamer, and I came here illegally, or whatever she was trying to point out. And I'm now, I'm a doctor, and I think that's great. But if you're allowing yourself to categorize yourself that way and say, oh, look at me as a statistic, then you can't take away my statistic of guys that come in illegally and murder people. You can't do that. Because there's there's you if you're going to be a statistic they have to be one too. And we need to mention them. And that's what don't like to hear. So later on. I find out that her parents showed up in nineteen eighty six and they were part of the Irqah of eighty six. So they were part of the amnesty. I'm sorry Hon, but you're not a Dacca recipient. You you were born in United States because your parents received amnesty. It's a totally different. It's a it's a different law. She she doesn't even know what she is..

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"tisza" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

Poetry Off The Shelf

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Poetry Off The Shelf

"So he wrote this poem in eighteen seventeen believe it was sort of on the earlier end of his admittedly, very short career. But I don't think he himself was ill at the time. But he was someone who'd always been sort of worried about his own mortality. In part because of his family history. Father died when he was very young mother died when he was young he cared for people who had to brick Hilo sus death was more of a part of everyday life. And so I think that is probably informing those poem though, of course, as contemporary readers were sort of looking for sort of signs of his own understanding of his own demise or something like that. Yeah. That's kind of a resistible from open. Let's hear it. Our reader here in the studio with me is Cindy cats. My spirit is too weak mortality weighs heavily on me like unwilling sleep. And each imagined pinnacle and steep of godlike. Hardship tells me I must die like a sick eagle looking at the sky yet Tisza gentle luxury to weep that I have not the cloudy winds to keep fresh for the opening of the mornings, I such dim conceived glories of the brain bring round the heart and undescribable feud. So do these wonders most dizzy pain that mingles Grecian grandeur with the rude wasting of old time with a Bill. We main a son a shadow of a magnitude. That was unseen Elga marbles, and I'd like to go through this very short poem bit by bit. Cindy, can you read the first five lines again? My spirit is too weak mortality weighs heavily on me like unwilling sleep. And each imagined pinnacle and steep of godlike hardship tells me, I must die like a sick eagle looking at the sky, sir. The poet announces his either he's either sick or he's fearing his own death and feeling his oncoming death like sleep coming on. But what does he mean when he says each imagine pentacle and steep of godlike hardship tells me, I must die like a sick eagle looking at the sky. What do you do you read that? So it's a it's a strange series of lines that add up to kind of complex image. And wait, we end unlike sick eagle looking at the sky, which apparently originates in a belief held at the time that eagles could look at the sun directly without doing them any damage or something like that. But. Contemporary at goes of you know, eagle is being sort of keen though, he's sick eagle. And of course, again, we're retrospective. Look at we're going to think about his own sickness sickness of his family or whatnot. But I think we can read it less literally than than take sort of more from it that he's looking at this sculptural frieze, right? This this thing made marble he seeing a topographical map of hardship and his life to to to communist reminder that he's not going to survive. It certainly. Yeah. That's an odd response to the elegant marbles have to say perhaps because they're so ancient and the people that are modelled on are all dead feeling mortalities unclear why he has a strong sense mortality from images of the Elga marbles. It's true. It's it's a strange response. And he describes it later in the pump. Can we go to later? Let's let's go to the next three line. Senate can read this one full sentence yet Tisza gentle luxury to weep that I have not the cloudy wins to keep fresh for the opening of the mornings. I the mornings I seems to be the son, right? And he's comparing himself to the eagle is very absolves of the eagle or comparing himself to the sky itself that he doesn't feel as as the fresh as he would like to be his gentle luxury to weep. The we have that yet that sort of like turning the argument a little bit. He feels too weak. But it's a sort of luxury of his sort of a magin this this coming hardship and the his sort of mortality. Let's hear the six lunch for the palm where he basically puts the conflict right in front of us is internal conflict right in front of us such din conceived glories of the brain bring round the heart and undescribable feud. So do these wonders most dizzy pain that Mingo? Grecian grandeur with the rude wasting of old time with a Bill. We main a son a shadow of a magnitude. No, I have to confess that..

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"tisza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Title it's as thoroughly forgettable but also didn't even win the weekend jumanji continues to hang on now crossing the three hundred million dollar mark continuing to display impressive staying power hugh monte welcome to the jungle state atop the box office in his fifth weekend earning an estimated twenty million uh beating out new offerings twelve strong indentifed thieves m m jumanji as cleared the world plumbing the domestic three hundred milliondollar mark the fifth biggest sony title of all time not accounting for inflation let's get a big deal the ten poll as they say has won the box i was contest for three consecutive weekends it dethrone star wars less jet i am so twelve strong was a solid number two the he'll need to say that uh so strong strong places a really firm number two a good solid number two this the really satisfying solid number two with an estimated sixteen point five million from three thousand locations the patreon tisza infused wardrama stars chris hemsworth michael shannon michael pain yet and toronto roads the others right hor soldiers whose name the book so anyway maybe all to go see a discount i loved the 90 m movies those are the best and does anyone know when is this christian bail movie hostile getting go into wide release right now it's and like the arc light there's drew one in burbank there's the arc light in hollywood and one other it looks phanom i love a good western um i love a good western where they pay close attention to detail to like the fact that people people weren't wearing brand new off the record close during their western venture since so all the close look warn is tiny little details like that that i always look for and it it's getting great reviews and i wanna see it so that have nothing to do with the hollywood reporter or anything about the movies this weekend but jumanji still on top so there you go johnny depp the ongoing train wreck that his johnny depp and i just i buy really don't go down click baid holes but there was a great one i read yesterday about where nicholas cage.

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"tisza" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"When we get hit the tisza hypnotism could do with some even the tisza s so the you know anesthesia is another one you know we've all been in the operating room and they at needs to just put the needle in and he says capped to ten and you get to about five loss you're a meme that's right and uh it seems like one second life uh we wake up in the recovery ribbon be style have you started and they said we fitness that was three hours ago the it it literally is like one second and through this is and when you my point into a forced um subconscious if you wanna call it unconscious snuck state for one of the bed a would actual stories memories can be given chiefs suggestion can be given to you and what happens is we we can actually incorporate those light fixtures and they become real and they even become physically real it's cold false memory and well let's just say when i say this people will say no i know what happened to me it really physically happen i do believe the event happened but i think some of the final rich it details have possibly been implanted falsely and they thought the rig oakland this gonna tumor the emry i just i like to you sinful analogy everybody's had a falling lay in lambeth and we've had that physical experienced feels physical we really physically felt like we were fully in out of the sky but you what we would just embiid and.

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"tisza" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The republican plans to add work requirements to welfare they used to be there back in the nineties big welfare reform bill remember that wildly successful bipartisan effort obama kennedy scrap that even though the media insisted that he didn't do it in a have in really get rid of the work primary i tried yet but this story tisza president trump thinks more poor people should work congressional republicans do too so expect to hear the phrase work requirements lot next year it will likely be a central feature of the gop planned overhaul of the nation's safety net policy makers on both sides of the aisle greatly agree that work is the best way to lift some one out of poverty but many republicans also stressed that work requirements will prevent the poor from taking advantage of the system to that not be a goal for everybody why are democrats worried about people who are taking advantage of the system i have a friend who lives up by where my parents do a the looking at the clock i'll tell you the story when i get back what it involves somebody who's getting a you know enough just enough from the government and the raw for the job i bet you can guess what their response was but i'll tell you for sure and confirm your thoughts after this asteroid johnson here's what we're working on this afternoon president trump expected to talk about tax reform this afternoon we'll bring it to you live the investigation continues into what caused a deadly fire in northeast baltimore the killed a woman and a fouryearold child leaving another in critical condition join me along with bill vanko this afternoon a three were wbal news now ldp news.

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"tisza" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"I think the market's big move from seventeen thousand when trump got elected to twenty four thousand today which is you know a big moving the dow is a result of people in tisza painting that he would be able to to roll back in and do some of the things you know one of the great virtues of the donald trump presidency is is incompetence if he could actually do more it would be scary but the fifth a few things that he has accomplished are actually um a are helpful to corporate profits in stock market okay so but but this is this is not sustainable indefinitely right i mean you've got were eaten up north what are the water the things that could happen to make it all plummet what my question is and the reason i i came all this way to there to the upper westside from hollywood it i want understand like how does this end is it seems like it's going to end badly doesn't end with a whimper it ends with a bang and it ends with a bang because of given trump you probably going to have some sort of exhaustion this event like we time be war are we talking we we we we could be talking about i mean again with trump one doesn't know for sure i mean he let the powderkeg today in the middle east yet right that was a selfinflicted wound in need to do that he's picking a fight with a mini me dictator in north korea whose now got intercontinental ballistic missiles that can reach the west coast driven even these goes i mean so i mean just for fun good lob one of those around that certainly would disrupt our people's outlook on the markets are you know i think that.

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"tisza" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

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"tisza" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"He's in the back right now he's got nowhere to go is in the yellow cap he's gonna come on now but on the far turn he needed to wait a little while then you see right now guy copy are on the outside the 221 shot he's coming over the top if you just kind of look at the two horses though moving in tandem forget about the other three they're really moving kind of in unison and i really believe if you had given tisza slammed the trip that the eventual winner guy copy aero guy i think he's the one that wins instead of having to wait get shuffle the little but he was in good position on the far turn i think to slim's alive longshut he's tend to one in the morning line i made him six to one i think he's probably going to be in the 8th1 range i would love anything north of that and again it depends on how much money thesephillies take how much money the cassi horses which just saw king in his court as well as date of honor take but it really is to fund race on sunday up north of the border woodbinebuti'm telling you take a look at that whole car do self favor because there's a lot of really really strong racing up at woodbinesunday afternoon queens plate sunday1220 on the east coast 920onthewestcoast want to thank everyone who is watched live whether it's live at the earthcomlivestreamcomtwitter or facebook for doing so uh those of you the check out the podcast youtubesoundcloudi tunes video di di r fdot com for bitter force next week we'll take a look and see how we did needs to racism we'll get you ready for big weekend racing sarsdr festival at belmontpark next saturday afternoon should be some good stuff there as always the way that we wrap this show up we roll right into out of the gate this weekend was myself and my beer but we also had our normal contributors rhythmical rousseau was in pedigree ideas from freshman sires you've got jonathankinchen with a newly minted new name for his segment called jk play of the day in as well as criminal casio the time from us spotlight beer and i give you some best bets hopefully we can cash some tickets this weekend i want to thank everyone again thanks the boys in the backs smyrna heavy.

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"tisza" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"You gotta let let me lay twenty years ago doohan election you hong kong who elected governor of aung coexisting color lee nobody would argue other than that it was a quality and there was a governor there in the past two years there are five elections she hung on the lost leader mojo's elected a with seven hundred seventy seven votes nought point nor three percent of the registered electors doesn't sound very convincing demonstrate no easy dilute it sir you know our eight tisza number you know does not to everything tells you will alter the democratic system what about to here in your k what about you case national leader you have a sixty four sixty four million people that your national leader they may not be elected only by from their constituency by a very small majority i'll you people can challenge that that represent the population of the whole entire the number of people who voted for the british prime minister ultimately was rather level mold the lord poultry percent but there we go all right let let let not no i i would say the exact too cheap exactly elected according to basic law according to the election law in hong kong but got under love to me i proved you had who you have to be chief these through incremental gradual and stepped past stab you know as we say rome or maybe we say lending not build overnight low on hong kong he's not built over and all that is certainly true but but didn't in democracies you don't lock people and take away people for selling books of which you disapprove that has been happening in hong kong on earth is that is disgraceful scholey been some in something that calls itself a at least at i don't know any of this case that tara invaluable thursday rv dealer levels the abduction as you very well know of five booksellers all of whom were what involved with the publisher mighty current them their their books were gossip em critical titles of by china's elite and we know what happened them they were arrested winky one of them was released stop.

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"tisza" Discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on The Undefeated

"He sat down with me for five minutes and he says you got a busy schedule because you on a basketball scholarship eu taken eighteen credit semester hours do you have to khan to work at this newspapers the clerk i said absolutely he said good cause your high can you start tonight i mean on the squad spot as a clerk i was the only black guy in the entire sports department um when that happens all all the white editors steve man phil risheh dan lohman um all of these guys uh they just gravitated to me they they had a lot of love for my work ethic and individually singlehandedly they taught me how to write for newspapers showed me what i was doing wrong whatever it wasn't a tabloid it was a porch it was abroad she so that inverted pyramid theory in the who what when where why and how came into effect now you placed stuff in a story they literally showed me and terry over the ad enough confidence that he sent me outs write a feature a wake for soccer they were ranked number three in the nation at the time the coaches nee was won't chisel which is now deceased from cancer god rest as low at i walked up to him and told him i know nothing about soccer but this story is very important to me because if i do it right they're gonna make me they're gonna they're gonna let me right more and i wanna be a sports writer wole tisza was called the whole wake forest soccer team over.

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"tisza" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

04:12 min | 4 years ago

"tisza" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"I think there was this growing awareness among customers about quality, and whether that was farmers markets and saying this apple here's better tasting apple getting my my major grocer or microbrews or coffee, culture or Tisza manufacturing. I read those as customers really clearly saying, wait a second that quality that connectedness to the manufacturers matters to me care about that. And yet the marketplace wasn't solving for it. Right. And a lot of people who are saying, hey, these firms market Apple's are better than the grocery store where I taken as not being genuine. They were trying to be better than other people by saying they discovered something that's that hipster culture thing where. It's less about recognizing. Something's great and more about showing that you have found something. That's great. But. It's interesting that it has now gone beyond that and that more people. That aren't just trying to be on the fringe are or seeing things. Yes. What the things that have substance? Right. So if if the apple doesn't fact he's better, right? It's it makes utter sense. And I think I do think there was this sense of. I'm sure we've all experienced versions of this that there is that sense of loss of I just know inherently that this pair of this pair of jeans this jacket is not as good qualities the one that I take out on my dad's closet, right? That there is there's a tactical sense of difference there that that I think really is began raise and customers minds. Gosh, I missed that. I wish I could get that. And I think that that that one of the things that will take that or taking it out of the sort of hipster corner and into mainstream is the delivery of the real article, the real substance of the quality had also the pricing paradigm. And I think I share some of that disdain I have to say that that I don't begrudge somebody making Denham that's retelling for two hundred and fifty dollars, but I can't afford that. And I don't know. Who can I don't know who other than living in San Francisco or Brooklyn, you know, that's a that's a narrow audience there. And so I think if he can get out of that realm that sort of precious Batikhi realm and into the mainstream audience who probably cares about that just much as the others, do then you've got inititing tune your hands. And so I agree. I think it's I think that's sort of whatever that's which was the began to say, wait, a second quality, and and connectedness to to the manufacturer matter to me a lot. That's powerful moment the tab. It's still happening that I think a lot of the brands are missing or willfully ignoring and yet, they're top lines are drifting, drifting drifting. And I think that's I think that's when we talked earlier. That's why it's a fascinating right now apparel. There's a lot of change going on. Well, even as you talk about farmers market. I mean, it's been the last few years that every Email because so many restaurants are farm-to-table like that was a new language. So suddenly, everybody understood what that meant fresher ingredients. Please. Doesn't taste better? It's just younger than what you're buying groceries or beer coffee. Yeah. All these different this restaurant on the twenty eighth and Broadway. Forget the name of it. But they have just fresh things that they don't have a set program. What's going to be cooked a five months in advance? They figured out that month. What's going to be ordered? Because it's things that to mail. Yeah. And it's it's fast food, you can go in and get things from the counter and walk out with it. And usually you don't find that you have to sit down to get that kind of product. And it's things seem to be changing direction. You're seeing more of this. It's interesting. I I love those examples of of focus like that restaurant. Maybe I love this customer lead. I demand more of that. I just think this are those are great powerful trends. And I think that is coming to peril right now. A pretty major way. So. Could overdo. The buyer is been wonderful talk ninety. Thank you so much media list MSCI goes, and we'll talk to you next week..

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