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"turvy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | Last week

"turvy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So it was a topsy turvy overnight but so once we got things straightened out on this deal with China looks like stocks are ready to take off good morning Dave yeah good morning there was definitely some confusion this morning failure to communicate so it would look like oh boy here we go we're gonna have a we're gonna get beat up we're not going to have China issues and we're not gonna be able to put things together never mind because now you know we're sitting here and and for the most part it's trade in and out somewhere between you know two hundred and three hundred so we're moving up on that side S. and P. is up twenty six nasdaq that sixty three so much better than we anticipated this morning we thought we were going to be a fight a little bit here also yeah we got still concerns about the openings and we've got hearings this morning which is already looking at the next pandemic so we'll see what happens as we talk about the tests in the treatment in the vaccines in the distancing so we'll see what happens there also ten o'clock this morning we're gonna get new home sales and we're kind of hoping that that we might see a little bit more because there's plenty of inventory to look for so we'll see what happens there also you know we can put things in perspective we're talking about China earlier and when you look at China and their covert nineteen they basically and did three years of economic growth because of what they've gone through so let's hope we're not struggling with a lot of those issues some other things I thought were interesting this morning it looks like we've got an all time high for apple making technology chips now so their Intel in in the issues Intel is on their end so a record high this morning as they get going and there's rumors that the Amazon might be looking to buy Macy's so there's things happening and maybe we'll get some baseball going in there without cracking up a little bit but a pretty good start this morning from where we thought we were going to start looking good days Caruso thank you as always it's nine twenty seven have you still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking yourself in the head rates are at historic lows at the same time home values gone up roughly fifty percent in the.

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The Advice Trap With Michael Bungay Stanier

The LEADx Show

04:07 min | 2 weeks ago

The Advice Trap With Michael Bungay Stanier

"High in welcome to today's Webinar three central questions to build resilience in a topsy turvy time very excited to bring you today's host, the author of the coaching habit, which is the Best Selling Coaching Book of the century and Twenty nineteen. He was named the Number One thought leader in coaching by thinkers fifty. His most recent book is the advice trap. Please welcome Michael, being, gay here. Hey, everybody. I'm Michael Bungay Yeah. I am best known for writing this book. The coaching habits say let us more in change the way you lead forever. It's gone on to become this. Amazing phenomenon sold about eight hundred thousand copies. It's the Number One coaching book. Of the century, it's really captured people's imaginations. And that was a thrill that came out four years ago on February. The twenty, nine, th two thousand sixteen on Leap Day. and. I've got a new book out on the world. Then you book his the advice trap and the first piece of Information I. WanNa give you. Is this his my sophisticated presenting style? Don't write a book. I mean you've got to have a really good reason to write a book because it is mostly a miserable experience. Some of you will. No, that's because you've written books own and Kevin's written books. But the whole process of writing a book it is terrible. You get this idea in your head, and you write a first draft and it's so disappointing. The first draft is always ugly, ugly ugly, and then you write a second draft, and honestly the second draft is not much better than sometimes. It's actually worse. Third drafty still feel like you're going backwards fourth draft. You finally got your act together and you're. You're going to work in your. Your way to it by the seventh draft, the book and actually looking okay, but you hate yourself. You hate in the book. You hate the idea. You're pretty sure. Nobody's GonNa read it by the time you get your book out into the Weld Unsafe probably people won't read it. The statistics are grim. It's like less than a thousand people read most books, so you're going to be really clear about why you would wanNA write a book. So, why would I spend hours in the money and the time and the energy, and all of that sort of stuff on writing a new book? Well I had a reason. Because whilst I love the, success of the coaching habit I mean. I got thrilled by how many people had picked it up and I get emails regularly from people saying Michael This book actually has made a difference because in the book I say honestly there are seven good questions. And if you can start using those seven questions, you will become a more effective and efficient and and Bana person in your life. It doesn't matter if you're leading a team doesn't matter of your individual contributor doesn't matter if you don't look old, but you just have people who interact within your life seven good questions. Take you a long way down the pasta, being more coach like. And there are some people who write to me and they go Michael I started using seven questions I, used a kickstart question to begin a conversation, the learning question to end a conversation, the best coaching question in the world, and what else in the middle it's changing everything and I'm like I love that. But I also know is a a good number of people who. Pick up the bulk they Michael. It's a pretty good book too long to read. It's funny in bits is not so funny and other bits, but you know what it's. It doesn't suck as a book, but they say my. Nothing's changed. I've read the book, and even though I like the seven questions for some reason, I'm finding it really difficult to change my behavior to be more coach like him by more coach like what I mean by that is. Can you stay curious little bit longer? Can you rush to action and advice giving a little bit more slowly? So the part of what the advice trap is, about is tackling this issue of behavioral changes, really thinking to itself right, what why is it? So why is it easy for some than wiser difficult for other people to change their behavior to show up and be more coach

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"turvy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"turvy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Commercial lending the U. S. supreme court's as gay and transgender people cannot be discriminated against in the workplace major league baseball's commissioner says there might not be a twenty twenty season after all and recapping our top story of black bears been roaming around back yards in Deptford this morning it's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I am Brandon Brooks to McLachlan's at the editor's desk for the U. S. Supreme Court has ruled that gay lesbian and transgender people could not be discriminated against in the workplace Jessica Levinson is a professor at Loyola law school he says the division of the court divided the conservative justices for the first time the court said that federal law protects people on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity from being discriminated in the workplace before if you could be married on Sunday night and then fired on Monday morning on account of that marriage this is a huge day in the Supreme Court it's a big win for members of the LGBT community president trump commented describing it as quote a very powerful decision he said the justices have ruled and now quote we live with their decision K. Y. W. community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg spoke with local advocates who had a mixed response yesterday's ruling it's fantastic it grew Landau runs the Philadelphia commission on human relations and says the city has protected LGBTQ people from discrimination in employment housing and public accommodations for decades but that's not the case for the rest of the country until now you might be protected from being fired in Philadelphia but if you want to seventy percent of even the state of Pennsylvania you're not protected let dell says the ruling is limited to businesses with fifteen or more employees in order to demonstrate the mindset of the legal Cavanaugh and Thomas welcome ladies and runs a quality form it says the six three ruling solidifies judges Brett Kavanaugh as one of the more conservative members of the court a gay rights lawyer and alleging Apollo says justice Neil Gorsuch siding with liberal justices is likely limited to the text of title seven and nothing more I don't want to send a message that was it just gross L. G. B. T. she believes the ruling could negatively impact other cases like abortion rights and all advocates say the ruling is just one step towards full LGBTQ equality to regret giving usually go far from the department of comments that didn't age well baseball coming back this summer maybe not it turns out K. Y. W. staves to ram joins us live with the update on that real topsy turvy situation Hyundai well it is Brandon good morning MLB commissioner rob Manfred is less certain fans are going to get to watch baseball this summer I'm not confident yeah I I think there's a real risk and as long as there's no dialogue that real risk is going to continue may prince one eighty came on ESPN five days after he said there would be one hundred percent be a season the owners and players remain distant on finances in scheduling Manafort is now mentioning health and safety protocols and a possible grievance by the players union as issues if Manford workforces significantly shorter schedule Manford emits the optics of this drama are bad for baseball it's this is disaster for our game absolutely no question about it it shouldn't be happening Players Association executive director Tony Clark released a statement which said the players are disgusted Manford went back on his word Manford also told ESPN are running out of time the clock is ticking on this but the key the important first step is a willingness on the part of the MLBPA to get back at the table and gauge in the process Brandon over the weekend Clark called further negotiations feudal many players are saying they just want to play tell them when and where already thank you Dave well people took an extra long weekend at the Jersey Shore might have a problem coming home there's construction on the Atlantic city expressway in sample take a look at that for us next it's eight fifty.

UN health agency leads collaborative bid to get 135 countries ready for COVID-19

UN News

07:58 min | 2 months ago

UN health agency leads collaborative bid to get 135 countries ready for COVID-19

"This is Matt Wells at US News. Well if you're an avid follower of curve in nineteen developments you may have wondered what the phrase PCR equipment means. Well it stands for polymerase chain reaction which is the process that labs use to check with someone with cub in nineteen symptoms has the new current a virus after taking a medical swap usually from both nostrils in line with World Health Organization voice to countries to test as many cases of suspected. Infection is possible the race is on to find enough. Pc MACHINES FOR EVERYBODY. And that's where poll molinaro comes in. He's the cool calm collected head of the -gistically the WHO which with other EU partners is part of a major new initiative to help kit out one hundred and thirty five countries trying to see off the pandemic. He's been talking to you and uses Daniel Johnson. So right now. It's trying to get US access to products that are in extremely short supply because of very high demand and be able to get access to those markets collectively on behalf of lowering committing come countries a quiet financed by and move those things to a platform from which we can deliver via aircraft managed by. W and others to the countries where those things are needed. How many countries are we talking about so it depends on the type of on what product I think unless count where anywhere between one hundred twenty one hundred thirty five. We all know that. There's massive demand and not enough supply for face masks gloves. But what's the other equipment that you really trying to get hold of in? Massive numbers diagnostic tests different types of high throughput automated or manual. Pr Systems is critical then in biomedical. It's mainly around provisions of oxygen so oxygen concentrator 's oxygen manufacturing machines ventilators CPAP machines oxygen giving set any sort of mass. That go with it. So it's the PCP around the protection for the health workers lab workers. It's the diagnostics to be able to identify intest who is infected and then for those unfortunate enough to hit the clinical frontline. Is the equipment needed to treat them? And where exactly is it going to go first? How do you prioritize need well? It's difficult so we have developed a model based on epidemiology based on a number of inputs that we make for each country on the attack rate that they're currently facing how many cases they have and then from that we get an estimation of how many bed spaces they would need if they were moving to a clinical environment and that also putting in terms of what other percentages of mild severe severe critical cases that we're experiencing averaged out so it is a little bit of a and had to be done with modeling at the same time. We have a matrix. Who is issued an updates regularly on the various risks and vulnerabilities of countries? Of course we also compare that to current case count and the rate of spread in each country to try and get a sense of where we should be going. I and with numbers. And let's just talk about demand for second you were saying in an earlier press conference that demand is one hundred to two times above normal totally unprecedented stuff. So is this a significant enough measure bringing together enough you and agencies and Non Union partners to make a real difference. Well it's what we can do. So certainly we start off with bringing our partners into the shop and coordinating and working with them in terms of trying to bring together the volumes and the financing that we can collectively get hold off and then approach markets which we have. I mean different. Entities have different experience in different markets. So we try and use what we're strong collectively at. And that I think just gives us a more coordinated approach again beginning off on those elements we work closely with so assist the UN agencies and then some of our larger NGO partners which have long term standing relationship and organizations like the Global Fund and financing institutions like the World Bank like Bill Melinda Gates Foundation to be able to frontload or bridge financing for us to acquire some of these quantities. But with the best will in the world when border start closing and country start hanging onto the food end-equipment that they need to withstand this cove in nineteen new corona virus pandemic. How do you overcome those barriers? And the concern I have is that the World Food Program said that does delays at the borders yourself mentioned that to UNICEF macy's some difficulties in distributing vital vaccines so. What's the prognosis. Wants the outlet? It's difficult and it is a big challenge. Now what we do is we do have a long track. Record of being able to circumvent some of these bottlenecks where humanitarian and disaster. The districts professionals. It's not new to us. It's something we do as bread and butter and we'll continue to do so now with the infrastructure and assets we put in place managed by WFP. That's another partner that we've worked with a lot in the past to to reach areas that are difficult to reach and then around the difficulties with I mean. Who has country representation across the globe so does UNICEF so does the U N D peace within entire UNC system? There are ways that we can advocate within certain governments. And if you see some of these export restrictions doing clued generally provision for exemption for humanitarian and medical movement. It's not always easy to navigate the exemption and it takes persistence and you do have to jump through hoops but again. Persistence is something where we do. Where you sit and so we push forward that way now where we get availability we will. We'll address any issues we we don't face it in all the old country. We do get specific exemptions that negotiated and we do see movements it could be more and certainly will continue pushing for that again with access to a schedule sort of cargo facility provided by WIP and with the know how that collectively we have as you and agencies and NGOs. We can circumvent this. And I guess very last question to you. There's reports that air travel is going to cost fifty percent more now presumably. That will have the same sort of knock on impact on your work. So how will you manage to keep the show going if you like? Well I think when it comes to putting back the passenger networks online. Obviously they're not gonNA be able to fill their planes with people so certain even when we're planning for the WFP passenger service you know. They're not going to be able to have a complete fool plane. I mean especially not at the beginning that going to need to be distant so any airline company is going to have to factor that in now will that same price go onto the freight animal of that that goes underneath the plane. Maybe it will be cheaper. You're not actually loading many twenty or thirty kilos sets of luggage into the hold. Maybe frees up some capacity full cargo on some of these things. One never knows certainly when we were trying to find. F. Rate from China when Chinese manufacturing was down it was very cheap when Chinese manufacturing came back online. It becomes more expensive. It's just the nature of supply and demand over capacity and under-capacity so as these airlines come online maybe a freight we'll get cheaper on certain routes certain segments. Maybe it's going to get more expensive. So sometimes these things can be a bit hard to predict certainly living in a topsy turvy world at the beginning. When a lot of countries were sending support to China every into China was expensive. Now it's the other way round coming back gone up.

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"turvy" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"turvy" Discussed on Hostage

"These clips are pulled from for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. A list of episodes that we used will be posted in the episode description. Today we're discussing cases of murder modus operandi or IMOs. What are the tactics killers use other victims? And what are those methods say about their psyche? Modus Operandi or emo is a Latin phrase that translates to method of operating people often confuse the terms modus operandi and signature but former FBI agent. John Douglas believes. There's a significant difference between the two. Douglas explains that killed them. Oh is an act that is necessary to commit a crime while the signature is a distinct aspect of the crime but fulfills a psychological. Need of the killer killer. Signature tends to remain the same over time while an emo may be fluid and evolve as a killer experiments with our methods to avoid getting caught for instance a killer signature remain volva killers. Pitchford dictum type as in young blonde white female while an emo might describe their typical method of disposing of a body. According to criminologists Brent Turvy Achilles Amo- usually serves three purposes to hide their identity to successfully complete the crime and to escape capture for instance. A killer might wear a mask to cover their face. They might use a gun to kill their victim or they might dispose of the victims car to cover their tracks. Turvy also explains that killers emo is useful in criminal profiling many times. The detective can determine that separate murders were committed by the same individual because the Mo is match it can also give insight to the identity of an unknown suspect. For instance methodical mutilation may indicate. The killer is a doctor or has a working knowledge of anatomy in today's episode. We'll explore the methods used by killers on their victims and unpack the psychology behind their different demos..

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Show Me Your Teeth! with Aaleeyah Pringle Alim

The WoMed

05:45 min | 3 months ago

Show Me Your Teeth! with Aaleeyah Pringle Alim

"Is Your Path. Been like to becoming a dentist okay. So my path was a little bit. Topsy Turvy one. Yeah Roti so I. I majored in Undergrad in journalism and mass communication and below. I had a thought to be a multimedia journalists. I was going to be ready new stories and things like that and then I kind of also wanted to. Things is not like the other. That's fine you know. And so I- minored in chemistry so I was taking all of these like hard science classes or ago. Biochem all of these things in addition to like the classes that I thought were so much fun which was Multimedia Journalism Writing News Writing Mike. How to gather data all that stuff and so I just Kinda wanted to keep my options open and I was like. Why can't I do both like I really had this thing growing up like no one's GonNa box in want in both in I went ahead and I did my masters in health communication at Georgia state and so I was figuring out how to let compile like Super Complex data and make it easily tangible for the average person just now can I package data. That's like science related and ways that people can understand and then I did and then I school after that. And so now if you see my instagram page. It's kind of combining these two worlds of like taking all nation. Just trying to say that it's so apparent your two passions in your instagram page. Because you do all of your your tooth Tuesdays are so fascinating I really I really I love love the data on it. It's it's so great moved on a really beautiful job with yours social media platform in finding those. Yeah so that's been like my journey into net show like the mining those two worlds and then still just like wanting to make positive like health impact difference in like the dental community as well so I am here so what is what is dental school. Look like do you guys have clinical rotations. Do you get to. I know you really have a passion for Aesthetic DENTISTRY. Is that something you have to go in at the beginning? B. Like now this is going to be my specialty or focus or do you guys just have a broad spectrum and then you go to school for an extra couple of years for the Catholic so Depending on what specialty you. WanNa be in Then you'll have additional schools schooling. Excuse me so just to start off. You HAVE FOUR YEARS OF BATTLE SCHOOL. So four years you have Like maybe a year and a half of the tactic or maybe two years of didactic which is just learning the sciences of the entire body so like we learn the health sciences just like every other health profession professional so then after that Or kinda like alongside that. We're also learning the specialty of oral health or ORL- Anatomy had an Economi Disease Control of the oral region pathology of the oral cavity so like everything is very very focused alongside of our other health science classes and then in addition to that we're also learning hands fields. Also so I don't know you but I never had like I know like a miniature hand piece of like how did you dentistry when I was a kid like it not like I had never picked this up? I was like what are you talking about? So this is a new hand skill or like a set of skills that you learn in addition. Learn all of your other stuff too. It's a lot going on but it's fun as well going maps you but it's fun and so then. Our last two years of dental school Are completely dedicated to patient care. So then that's when we move into the clinic setting we see Roy patients. We have grow cases we are doing actual dentistry patients for the last two years of dental school. So the first two years of practice working on a mannequin learning that health sciences last two years our patient work working with patients. How manage patients? And then after that. If you say you know what I really liked doing now or I'm really like Doing surgeries or I really like Kids you can specialize in those specialized programs usually last maybe from a year and a half to two. Maybe three years after their four years of dental school is for internship or or donate experts. It's just like a residency. Like Med students have to finish in the NATO they residency is the same concept. So you're you're still a student basically but you're like a student resident At that level. And then you see more complex cases and all of that stuff so you like panel go one step past General Dentistry Tacoma specialist in your field.

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Coaching with Lucien Lu - Piano Teaching Via Flash Briefing

Alexa in Canada

05:08 min | 3 months ago

Coaching with Lucien Lu - Piano Teaching Via Flash Briefing

"Right so here we are with the one and only Lucien Lou. Lucien for people that were at project voice. You are no stranger to those people there. Because you're the guy carrying around all the camera gear and doing an amazing job of capturing all the content solution. Welcome to the PODCAST. We have a really cool project that we're going to work on together. Nobody take a moment here. Tell everybody who you are terrier. Really appreciate that. The shout and everything. It's just been super amazing to actually work with the one. And Only Dr Carrie Fisher Terry V as they call him on the streets Stupor Super Amazing. Learn tons of things and I enjoy being. Ll Rock for the few days that we were there. So superseded about flash briefings and who? I actually had a question. As Piano Teacher I teach panel of how can I actually get on this flash briefing How can I make it Alexa skill? Like so many questions as an entirely new person it just completely I do not know anything about flash briefings or waste so who else to go to turvy so awesome. That's that's awesome. So this is this is this is the idea. I think this is a pretty neat idea because what we're going to do is I want to help out Lucien Lesions and awesome guy like I say. He's a big big part of the team. Now part of the Doctor Terry Fisher brand team and election candidates for cells in everything that's going on and Lucien wants to as he said create a flash briefing and this is going to be an opportunity for the audience to listen in and hear about what goes into creating a good fuss briefing in the process in what you need to consider. And what's important? What's not important and how we can do this. So Lucien right now the way things are because I think this is good for people to know. Do you have much of a presence on the voice devices because it's interesting to note people where you're starting from a complete scratch. Man I have no podcasts. Have NO FLASH BRIEFING GROUND ZERO RIGHT NOW all right? But you're on tick tock and I have to say that when we're in Chattanooga crazy you happen to run into a fan that new. Your doc is not true man so so huge style that actually super crazy it is amazing that you guys see that But Yeah Tick Tock. Video is my more my presence. Youtube is grim. And Tick Tock but man. I'm saying like audio being the next thing asked where I wanna be okay. Perfect and being a piano teacher. I mean it makes a lot of sense okay. So here's the so. We got the premise. You WanNA create a flash briefing. You WanNa get on voice so just share a little bit of your thoughts now like what? What do you want this flash briefing to do? What's the purpose of a vast region definitely so Every day I I WANNA be able to give advice to people trying to learn piano and so whether it's a tip that helps that helps you learn how to practice better our sight reading your training. It's something that will help you become a better musician. A tip that allows out of practice. I'll give you an exerciser play. Not In the name exercises everyday. Great Great and Annette's sounds perfect little short little bit little tip and somebody can can go ahead and so one of the things that I always talk about. When I'm thinking about you know creating briefings to help people help helping other people to create by sweeping is what problem are you solving and I that may be self explanatory for this but it sounds like the idea here is. You're trying to help a person who's wants to learn how to play the piano. Be More efficient with that is that is that sort of a fair statement hundred percent on all right and does it matter if they're like a beginner or more advanced person or have you thought about like who would who's going to be geared towards us right so this one is going to be geared toward toward the beginners the people who are jumping onto. Actually this APP called simply piano so many kids are so many new adults jumping into piano are learning from APPS and so i. I don't doubt that they would be the ones to be jumping on board with a voice device take advice and to learn more about Danone and transition from just an APP. Just a game that they play into an actual skill that they have so. That's right where I see appropriate That's awesome and obviously one of the things is you know if they're going to be listening to your first briefing. They wanted. They wanted to be listening to something. That's got some expertise and we didn't say this you have. You do have a lot of expertise. You have the credentials so maybe just share that with us. Like what makes you a guy that can teach piano appreciate that? Yeah man it's So my background. I've been playing piano since I was four. Twenty four years old right now. Seven plan for twenty years. I at age. Fourteen cheese three diplomas in piano. Meyer St Performers Gt Teachers in my global licentious Lennon. College music so it's it's been a huge part of my life and I do have an Asian parents asiapac upbringing. So it's like A. It's kind of like a mandatory right right of passage kind of thing. I really appreciative in super fortunate to this kind of background and I just really want to get back to this community that that where learned from so Yemen. It's Janelle teachings been part of my life is only

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Stalking a Short on Bitcoin

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:25 min | 4 months ago

Stalking a Short on Bitcoin

"Today in the markets guess what gave a market a Bush mock. I don't mean the market that I tried and did you try to count the number. Love me for hope. Anyway I'm talking more about the futures in the US. Of course. I'll have been talking a little bit more about that off light because it has been talk of the town has been moving quite extraordinarily. It's not a market that I focus my attention on or take people to try to teach people to try cryptocurrency because this volatility what we get that more frequently and now you understand why not try traditional markets and wiped away a couple years ago. To focus on crypto full time. I'm we're up on the close. We're up a thousand over thousand points on the E. Mini four point five percent. The and the s over spots are the s all the S. and P. Five hundred has resigned above three thousand again that appear at people like the fact the Mr Bloomberg has Bildt on the rice and Mr Bernie Sanders is less likely to to win. I think this seems to be a parent from what's happened to the markets are the things that come through that I've seen is the The the primary it appears the business seems to think in markets for that medicine to think. That's a Baden government a better a better outlook full business than I sanders. One and I forget. The market is a complete replication of capitalism. I it's it's what it is. It's about making money it's about you know. Markets go up if money's being made if things are positive So that Swab. It appears that Baden has been given the thumbs up by the markets as he did creep ahead. That's for sure so talking back across to To Amok at the market that I do try democracy. I do get people to learn about teach people to try his KRYPTONITE. Had A great deal moment a great deal of moving on? I'm market over the last twenty four hours with pretty much flexible there. There are a couple of exceptions in all. I'll speak to those in just a moment. One thing I wanted to talk about is if you're not following me on on facebook. You really should be Craig Cobb. That's a Double Bay for Bravo not day God on the fish when I was called as in kkob cow Hasn't yes I know you're saying on the voice corn on the cob all of that one before jolly you say we have had a stimulus. Packages can obviously Hong Kong suggestive funded. Something point something billion three point two billion. I think it was and we've had a believe. Sean has also come out and said they were going to stimulate put stimulating talk of people that need to state high getting up ten thousand dollars for doing so to rip To sort of I suppose gave the incentive to stay high because a main think about somebody who who doesn't work for office here so what is out there and who does physical labor. What are they doing right now? Steinheim and do what from high while the flora can swipe itself from harm Is it site? There is a lot of paper especially the Guide to saw on. This was what the stimulus packages around the world. There to sort of help with so people actually do take. Hey to the advice and stay home now. What does that mean well? Stimulus is not a bad thing. As long as it doesn't lay damore printing of money now of course the US has been exercising. It's it's Apparent right to print money for a number of as a matter of fact it started in two thousand nine hundred ninety recently stopped on. I think it'd just find out the press guy So far as quantitive easing goes in the printing if further money I think it'll be very very interesting and potentially very dangerous if other countries to sort through the site because you know if other countries go out and so we've got lots of money then it's I don't know how they will react to that Americans have gotten away with it because they're America. Okay that the dollar's seemingly backed by their eyesight that the defence force. Because you know it's not it's not a gold pin currency anymore and oddly enough they feel to Conley battered if other countries would go out there and press now. This is not something. I'm an expert on. I'm just looking at this guy. Well if if you know if the market's wonderful further we interest rates more or less globally the silo. We haven't got that Fatah guy. What will the weapons that we had last global financial crisis? Well let me tell you what those weapons were. Those weapons were number one. We had interest rates to cut interest rates to make it easy for bank. Selanne which was alive all right. Let's go do those opportunity there number three well if all else guys to the bottom of the barrel print more money okay. So they used all three of those to push the most the longest bull. Run that we've had in modern times. Now what are they this time will Jason Tonight? Qa that's bad it stimulant lights. It's it's hard to see what sort of weaponry that they have out there at the moment to continue to stimulate growth Markets Steinke forever. And it's going to be interesting so I said keeping a pretty you type in view. I suppose that everything's going to be okay but also the back of my mind. I am starting to read a little bit more When it comes to government policy Saudi Arabia doing on Titan little notice than I normally would just so that I can be ahead of the curve is more important to me than anything else brought now. Let's go throughout market and have a little little challenge. What's going on Bitcoin? Thousand seven hundred forty four dollars point two percent now. The thing is if you look at the two hour shot here. There's a try that I call the you've heard before the bitcoin rake and there is one way to test was not quite. It's it's better saying on the bit mixed job support. They'RE GONNA have locust one of my strategy's not they're incompletion and you haven't with the rules unless you do and if you do good if you don't stay away you're already but it is building there. We do have a bit of a daily downturn do gacy a short today. I will take good thing is I just did my scan. I've tried but long short Tries TO WIPE APU bucks. Got Pretty much everything that I'd like to have the mind pretty good pretty good watch this today. Their aims down but pretty much flat. It's two twenty three. Seventy six six up pays up point. Three Senate twenty three point five cents. We got bitcoin cash three dollars. Sorry three dollars. Three hundred nineteen dollars. Ninety five cents. It's down two point. Nine percent the biggest fuller across the board has to be said it is Vail. It's just changed. But his two hundred and thirty two dollars and ninety five cents. It's down six point. One four percent. There was a pullback into an all support level and it was a little bearish candle in that cradles on. Potentially that could have been a tribe. Did I take it did I say yes? Why Not Take it? Well a believe you find. It is rule number five in the cradle tried law coin sixty thousand forty nine cents is down a US three dollars and fifty nonsense. It's standpoint non. Barnes is in the grain. It's at one point three five Senate nineteen Dole's at a nonsense not looking at the moment for any longs on Bonnets. Although there is some support styling Resist inside and build also fuxing in the moment on trading with trends trading Focusing on tries in the direction of the daily trend that is my focus at the Mon- that's where my focus will stay because that is with a high probability opportunities live at the mum. I took it tried yesterday against bitcoin lower risk because my bitcoin trying to guidance bitcoin an Ulster Bitcoin. Looking a loss. It's been pretty crap for me this year. It's not it's not been a area of big profit it's actually being a losing area for me The perpetual contracts against doll. That's been very successful this year And that has always been a focus for the tribe simply because he got one stable which is the US. Do pitcher whether whether it's cooled but you've also got one very volatile whereas if you try against Bitcoin you got to be very volatile and this year. It's it's just you know the ones that have taken a little older. But I've had more stop outs profits having one of the one of the other prophets. I'd closed at because I was helping the old man get better than old man. Philo Look after elevate shaking soy just close the trade Before stopping it's been a bit topsy. Turvy FOR MATES. Bitcoin a much more preferring trading against the US perpetual with modum and that's why of reduce my risk Katana at four point eight cents would also point two percent. Therion classic is It is not the biggest movies. The downside anymore it was it is down six point. Six six percent who ominous at seven dollars? Ninety one cents Candle that it's just too big and Tron ran out. The top. Ten is at one point seven cents. He's up point six of either.

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And Yet, And Yet

Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

08:46 min | 5 months ago

And Yet, And Yet

"Our good friend and neighbor. Jim died two weeks ago. Oh suddenly unexpectedly at fifty nine years old you know. He had knee replacement surgery about out three months ago. Getting new parts and ready to go ready to be more mobile in his second half of life but he didn't make it to that second half and honestly it sucks. Death is of course part of the Buddhist in permanence. I write about podcast about and teach about. It's the first noble truths crappy things happen and this felt particularly crappy. I was shocked. I was angry and a whole bunch of other tumultuous emotions like many in his extended network doc of friends and neighbors and his family felt much worse because a husband a father a brother her a son uncle was snatched from them. I did Meta practice in prayers the morning morning of his death but I remain dazed with a mix of that anger and depression where to turn what to do when death. Th- grabs one of our family or friends for me. All I could do was to remind myself of what I knew was the first principle of life that everything dies and that nothing is certain and then I let myself fall back into the currents of grief and and I kept repeating the Haiku by Kobe. Isa this world of do is a world live do and yet and yet Isa the Japanese poet and lay Buddhist priests who lived in the late seventeen hundreds wrote this poem capturing the yet -Ness of our human existence after the loss of his young children I've quoted Isa many times after a death and that and yet and yet part expressed that feeling of. Yeah Yeah I know we all die and nothing stays the same but it's crappy. It sucks it hurts it shakes you to your core. Whatever your core is it is or if we really have a core everything becomes so topsy turvy after close death a close loss that and yet and yet expressed those moments of realization after a death where all your theoretical balance of the teachings and impermanent tip and fall falling on you her revealing the very heavy weight of life's seeming Ming precariousness mostly we balance this realization of our own and others permanence like on the top shelf off of a closet in a dark room of our mind? It's easy to forget. It's there until a little shake of the closet tips at all over at your feet and and there it is. We read about life's in permanence and in my case teach write and speak about it as if it only existed spilled spilled on the floor outside of someone else's closet but then when the little shake spills it all out at our own feet. Well there's there's only and yet and yet I had always thought of this and yet in the negative is in. For example in Isa's palm is firmly aware that the world is like do. He knows this in his mind in his mind trapped in those boxes of concepts precariously balanced on the top shelf of the closet in the dark room in until they fell at his feet This is what the end yet and yet implied to me but in walking through the first days after Jim's death I became aware of another lived meaning of of and yet not only the meaning of nevertheless it hurt but also but yet but it yet as in there are other ways you can show up there are other ways you can walk through the experience with an openness to this other part of yet the part that asks you. What else can you do for family and friends? What else can can you do for yourself and your loved ones to use this death for growth for good? Our neighborhood is a suburban neighborhood that impart lives like a small town. We talked to each other and know each other's kids and extended families these. We look out for each other when someone is sick. Or if there's an emergency we eat together sometimes and celebrate events and even pick vegetables from each other's there's gardens following Jim's death we. The neighborhood met in driveways or in the street. The hug there was a crowd at Jim's house. A crowd of friends family neighbors to support gyms immediate family. You know my partner and I had semi plan to go to gyms calling hours when it was announced but not the funeral service which was held immediately after both were held at the family's church the nearby our neighborhood and when the day of the funeral came we felt though what I could only characterize as is a call to stay beyond just the calling hours for the funeral service as a Buddhist. I don't go oh to a local church Christian or otherwise not because I'm against it but more about not finding a spiritual community that felt help comfortably aligned with my. I Dunno spiritual sensibilities my Buddhist beliefs and my partner too as a sole practitioner. Of course Jason Miracles felt similarly yet. We have often felt a desire to find a spiritual community. We could participate paid in together. And here's where the other part of and yet comes in the showing up. When we walked into of that church we recognized friends and neighbors but also many many many strangers as a part of gyms extended did family of friends and community and church members but yet it felt surprisingly comfortable? There wasn't the feeling of just being there here to support the family. But a sense of it's good to be here. It felt nourishing and supportive of my own grief. There was a cross up on the altar not with the crucified. Jesus hymnals and bibles in every pew. That was okay. My Boo sensibilities. Were not offended. It was not about me after all yet in an odd way it was in the showing up in the immersion of my own grief into that community of people all all just like me but grieving in their own ways for whatever relationship they lost. When Jim died I understood? The power of a neighborhood. Church or of church becomes family even outside your neighborhood. I understood stood the power of a minister that talks of Gospels in the Lord's Prayer Nat Sutras and the congregation that sings hymns and not chance in that showing up and yet became away to open to shared grief Def- and be healed

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Racing Without Gambling

In The Gate

09:42 min | 5 months ago

Racing Without Gambling

"I'm guessing you've heard of the Kentucky Derby Abi to this race that's run usually early in May we haven't yet talked about the Kentucky Derby this year but that's about to change as we're finally starting to get into rounds of prep races that will winnow the field down to twenty for the run for the roses on May the second so to help us do that. We bring in voice. We haven't heard on this show for too long and and that's Jonathan Listener who writes for horse racing nation. Welcome back Jonathan. So before we get into a few specific horses. WHO's impressed you the most so far on the triple triple crown trail? I think Dennis moment to start the list. Dentists moment strikes to lead right at the top of the stretch at Delta. Two lanes lead our three lately for the final final furlong. Dennis this moment with five length lead scabbard with clear sailing up the second but Dennis moment kicks off the road at the Kentucky Derby in a big way. He barely moved a muscle. That we we have it. RESTRAINING NATION DOT COM user generated Kentucky Derby contender rankings and despite his trouble that experience career dentist moment has not left that number. One spot. You talking about a grade three winner. Who was going to be the favourite the Breeders Cup Juvenile L. Stumbles out of the gate? You know he could be undefeated if you look back at his debut he lost his jockey was really no fault zone so he has the two losses and between between them. He's sandwich to really really nice. Looking victories including his debut at Ellis Park they won by like nineteen and a quarter lengths. I think it was so there's a lot of potential there and he's one that I feel like every once in a while you hear about a derby prospect before they make their debut and then we kind of latch onto them I wanna say it was probably roadster roadster last year because Baffert said he could be his next justify American Farrow and obviously it didn't work out there but they'll Romans has talked up Dennis's moment since before he he ran a race. And so we're we're kind of going to the same thing here As far as a couple of other runners eight rings also out of the Breeder's cup juvenile. He's a really interesting. One didn't really run his race. You know the last time we saw him but I think the way he's going to be handled this season. You have to keep paying attention trained by Bob Baffert. He's he's GonNa run him in the rebel at Oaklawn. And then the Arkansas Derby potentially there as well and then another one that you know kind of on the fence about that you know. He's got a lot of towns. Is Max `field scratched from the Breeders Cup Juvenile. He had a little bit of an issue. There it turns out we found out a couple of weeks after that that he had had a minor surgery for a bone chip. But he's not even in serious training now. Well he's he's he's apparently galloping No works yet and so I think they'll have to do the to A. Ah kind of schedule where you hope to get race out of them and then you have a more serious race which I would expect to be something like the blue grass stakes if everything works out well and he's undeniable town. I'm and I think he's GonNa win a major race somewhere down the road. I don't know if it's going to be the Kentucky Derby and then the other one I feel like it's gotten all the conversation is independence hall at at Independence Hall now makes his move. Independence Hall is the leader getting away to lead by two prints of Pharaohs has moved up on the outside. It's Bourbon Bay Independence All L. linked and a half as they come for the quarto prints of Pharaohs on the outside Bourbon Bay. It is independence hall with the lead and now a furlong to the finish Jose Ortiz showing them the whip now goes to work on independence hall. WHO has a three likely? Just a sixteen to the finish at. It's the constitution called Independence Hall. Tailwind Jerome by four Knights won the national stakes by open links came back and won the jerome. It was a little more workmanlike. But he's going to go. Oh into the new year here as another one of the favorites and if I could talk about one more that has sort of attracted my attention a little bit. It's this ancient warrior horse. I don't know what his path is going to look like. He's Jerry Hall android or for trainee. And if you follow racing at all the last year or so. You'll know that. He's SORTA become embattled. Dan from the strike. Group's tracks out in California But I of all these horses that have won maiden races and we'll be going to the stakes. I want to watch that one closely. He's moved him over to Oakland Park. We should see him in an allowance. Race coming up at the beginning of February and then from then on he should be on the Derby trail else. That's one that that I definitely want to see more of well. You mentioned Bob Baffert. And it's tough to talk about the Kentucky Derby Trail Without Bob Baffert and he has a lot more than the one you mentioned. There's thousand words who ran a big race in the low sal futurity. I'm a Roger Federer Fan but you have to give it up for an doll who is also ambassador trainee. Who looked really really good? So I mean you know Bob Baffert certainly knows how to get horses to the Derby mean how many of these prospects aspects of pan out. I see a path for all of them. To be honest. You know and we also have mentioned authentic. It's still authentic coming to the three the eight ball. He's been in control throughout leads by a length and a half to uncaptured hero. It's all authentic as they pass the quarter pole and turned for home authentic and complete Khaliq Command turning it on. He's in front by sex with a furlong left to go. Zimba Warrior and Assault Coast as authentic is putting on a show. Here is a little green gene shifting about but long gone authentic strolls home in the sham. He'll win by about eight lakes green. It's Grafton stretch and just kept going there and another extremely impressive Horse Nidal I. I wonder about him a little bit. You know we've only seen him one time on Sunday and that six and a half for a long race he he looks like Dortmund Ortmann if you go back to two thousand fifteen big horse. That wasn't extremely fast out of the gate but once he got into stride he went straight to the pace and never really let up there. Yeah it's not not really the kind of horse you want to win the Derby but I think you could get to the Derby and then thousand words certainly has every reason to move forward his last race. I think they had probably a little bit the too much blinker on him and he ended up going head to head with that no door that ran in the Breeders Cup juvenile second. I think it's SORTA legitimize both of those horses that they ran so closely in the future. But I think thousand words is probably at least a couple of lengths better then a no door. He just probably didn't see him in the stretch until Flavian Kinda guided him out and it's like Oh with the blinker. The horse realized he had something to run against a win on. So I guess when you talk about horses that I'm looking at in the new year. Thousand Words is definitely on that shortlist list to Jonathan Listener of racing. Nation is with us here on the gate. We've talked a little bit about the Breeders Cup juvenile which was a topsy turvy race. You had three big horses that we've mentioned into all had their problems that day. We haven't talked about the horse. Who Wanted Storm the court for trainer Peter Martin and that would be a very popular win in the racing business? As you know what chance do you give storm the court to back up what he did in the juvenile. Oh probably not much not a lot of black type in the family. I'm not sure if there's any black type from Stanley I'd agree wise. And then you know he was obviously the beneficiary of other horses stumbles in that race You Know He. He goes gate to wire was not really pressed a whole lot and at the same time. I think they took the blinker. They put their blinkers on. I'm sorry and I have not a fan of lemon. That put blinkers was on a horse at that point in their career. I feel like you should be taken them off so that they can relax. Prepare to go a little bit longer. I think that race and the circumstances just all all came together for storm the court and allowed him to upset that race. It's forty five to one. Whatever he ended up that day I'm sort of in agreement? I think with everybody else that the the the better Derby Derby prospect was no door and second in that race going forward. I want to mention because these races have just happened. Enforceable label for Mark Cassie. Who is not missed? A beat after a son norm went out on his own. He had been his father's chief assistant and enforceable. Really good winning the Lecomte. But we haven't seen too many Lecompte winners. Go on to run well in the Kentucky Derby. Where do you put me as a tap it colt out of a dixie union in marriage? The breeding is good. I put him a really high on my list. As far as forces will be in the Derby but I would not put him on my list of forces that I think can win the Derby and I say that because of his running style you know if we go back to almost every year that the point system has been effect and obviously gets rid of those pure your sprinters. It's the horses that can put themselves near the front at the beginning of the race and keep that pace up and never be caught by closers that tend to win the Derby enforceable enforceable is one of those closers. It's inevitable that he's GONNA run into traffic problem you know. I almost hope he sneaks into the Derby and everybody overlooks. Because I feel like he's the kind of horse could come into the super factor. That's probably going to be a really common line of thought. Though I mean I'm thinking a few months out but the soup perfect You know in the era of a favorites winning the Derby is as remain because it's pretty high minimum of really profitable wager for people nonetheless so yeah for me. He's a super effective player. I I I think he's GonNa be okay as the distance is longer obviously is a full brother Mohammed and a half years day. There's a lot there in the pedigree just really impressive on paper and it was good to see him run as well as he did you know He. He broke his maiden at nine furlongs last summer at Saratoga and it looks like okay. Here's a real two year old and I you know he ran into you. Go into a little bit shorter and the breeder security at keeneland and Max field because two things came together and got him beat but he's definitely better horse than he showed that day and it was good to see him back it up the trump

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"turvy" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

23:10 min | 8 months ago

"turvy" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Robe bad shift in terms of the culture this locker or is this just the usual grunt grumblings guy who's just got demoted so I had to initial the to be so bad that you would have to throw it back out to say hey I know we kind of three in the Derby I want to go back out there and try to win this game if you're on at that point would you even want to do that It's it's to a it's Green Day Song so I think it was both in an Omar and a tongue in Cheek Jab by by John I thought it was very well done very cool so Kudos to you we'll put that up on this issue jungle post we do for the weekly episode Did you do that do I moved here well how did you what did you do that through Jon took me like six hours on movie there are there are people who thought it was like a jab at Dolon because the song title is good riddance right into the song doesn't mean like riddance now but I thought it was perfect right because like I'm sad I'm sad to see him go because he brought me a lot of happiness as the bengals fan they're a bunch of good times in the video but at the end of the day it's time to move on so right have a nice day but by right I yeah there's some personal significance to that song itself I'm not a Green Bay fan by any means I come on the show and Chavis that'd be cool but I'm not a Green Bay Fan any means but that that song just a little bit of personal significance for various reasons so that's why I was like Oh this is kind of a cool little montage here so what if you if you're not on twitter we didn't check that out will put that up on our weekly podcast episode on since he jungle Dot Com speaking of which that is one of the areas where you can get this show along with breath wherever many many different audio platforms I tune stitcher spotify Google play megaphone you can also get our videos on youtube if that's the way you prefer to watch the program so subscribe to those channels we hope to be adding I heart radio to the slate as well will let you know if when that happens so but we appreciate all the support we share the live listeners tonight we've got a lot of engagement and a lot of conversations so like seeing that all right so any out of the picture let's move onto his backup or backup anymore let's move onto the starter Ryan Finley so you know we saw a handful of games in the preseason from him Fourth Round pick overall at the end of the day he was a backup for reason dropped in the fourth round for reason because he didn't flash a lot of starting material in college he started a lot of games he's a six year player in college but at the end of the day a he was a very limited prospects than there are certain similarities to him of that of Nadon and I think that's all a lot of the reason why activity wanted to invest in him as a guy who could maybe take over this offense in case something happens to dawn or in this situation if Dole doesn't play well who's who's going to be a guy that can pick up the slack corona similar style of scheming I think that's were Kinda Ryan Finley fits in perfectly but at the end of the day they're looking for somebody who can carry the offense to run the offense a little bit better and that's why they're putting Ring Ryan Finley now and we've we've talked about you know when is the right time to do this this is the right on the duties getting planning preparation play time to prepare for the final half the season but you know they are they are comparable in quarterbacks but specifically what makes them stand out from the differences so we're going to do a little bit of a back and forth al of Ch- choose this guy this guy for specific types of attributes so I'm GonNa Start with for you anthony who has the better overall arm strength in terms adult from what I've seen in granted my my tape watching of Finley a little limited I mean I obviously watched more the bengals took him but from what I've seen I actually think eighty Dalton has a better arm a lot of people complain and rightfully so about any under throwing or accuracy of the deep ball as a pro I've seen him wing the ball I think it's I think it's more of a mechanic slash just not he's not good at the aspect of the game rather than an arm strength issue I've seen Andy Dalton rollout in throw some balls very well on a rope it's not consistent but I've seen him do it so well I think Finley's more of touch passer guy that doesn't mean he doesn't have arm strength but I think there's probably I would go Dalton with with right a slight upgrade over Finley in terms of arm strength and I think that's Word Dole had Finley at the most because Dolan's released in velocity helped him fit into some windows where he may he may may not have had any business going to and when Finley he doesn't have the quickest releasing doesn't have a lot of loss is throws so it's GonNa take him being a great anticipatory passer to really you know get ahead head start on these on these breaks nor defeat these balls into windows because as we saw in the preseason really matter that much because he was playing his third four string quarterbacks and not not a lot of exotic coverage so now going up against you know the first couple of games one against the ravens going steelers going the Patriots later on the year he's GonNa have some tough opportunities to fit balls into Thai windows two guys on Taylor Boyd so it's really going to beyond him to get the ball out quicker in a more aggressive pace in order to fit these balls in dwindles because arm talent wise he's just not at that level yet and he doesn't have that quick release news and a lot of torque coming out of that released so that's going to be near he needs to work on for sure out what about pocket pocket presence I saw somebody here saying I'll have to go back off to go back and see exactly who was but someone basically said they think he's got good pocket presence I think a lot of that was based on the preseason pocket presence obviously a lot easier to have far more significant tape on Dalton Than Finley in this regard but where would you give the edgier like you will give it to Finlay primarily primarily because pocket presences dawn's worst trait relative to the rest of the league and I think it's all relative what we're customer than what the standard or average renowned for quarterback is for Finley he might very well have just average maybe below average presents but it's still better than dolphins at this point because dawn never was able to reset his feet in the pocket if it if you had to be off of his landmark initially after his first or second hedge then he would be erratic and he would scatter take the nearest exit out off the highway with Finlay you would hope that he was able to reset move up or slide a little bit and keep his eyes downfield good probably not compared to the league but from just the pure comparison standpoint off limits that we saw from findlay you have the of the Finley at this point I am GonNa primarily based on this year because that's where I've seen I mean based on stuff I've seen from Finley both as a college quarterback but what I really watch Finley closely in the preseason obviously played behind an offensive line that was somehow even worse than with the bengals or fielding right now is on him evade pressure step up into the pocket and make throws and make plays whereas Dalton this year I saw him bail out a couple of times and or not step into throws where he actually on the rare occasion he had a clean pocket so for me I think again slight edge to Finley in terms of pocket presence at least at this moment in time that's in you know we can go into the mental wearing tair maybe that caused Dalton's regression in that but for now I would give the edge in that area okay so long on a hitch with the most important attribute that I'm going to be Africa out structure creativity when say he has good product presence pressure that he can't stay in the pocket for if he asked to evade the doc if he asked the scramble out in five receivers downfield how well is he gonNA keep plays alive extent plays in terms of just overall creativity and ask structure awareness. Who Do you have the edge over this is difficult for me because I see it depends on what you're kind of asking because there are times where I've seen Dalton bail out of precarious situations and he runs it's and he may he'll he'll he'll extended drive he'll get a first down with his legs I do not see Finley doing that I think Finley's a lot slower and less mobile than than Andy Dalton is in terms of being able to run the football maybe I I see at least for this year based on some things we saw from Dalton already in the first eight games I could see Finley being a guy that may be can avoid initial pressures to hang in the pocket in create a passing play better adult and so I have I I would call this a draw for me because there are different they're different aspects and I guess that's a cop out to go that route but what I see maybe creating more with his legs and an extending a play that way I could see Finley being a guy that maybe avoids the first initial rush step into withrow maybe get a positive play out of that whereas Dalton was maybe throwing the ball away more especially twenty nineteen th that's probably the this difference because I think like I didn't watch a ton of Finley and North Carolina state but I had I came into the preseason assuming that he was basically a statue he was very tall and he overall big presence but I didn't think he was as mobile as he was in the preseason he kinda surprising little bit because there were some opportunities for him to to create with his legs and he did it's GonNa come down to if you just give up plays quicker than Donovan with doll and it wasn't the worst thing in the world because a thorough is better than just bad turnover often extended play but you know your own eight and you have presumably green up there I wanna see Finley take more chances on some on some more riskier plays because at this point you really don't have nothing you really don't have anything to lose so with had specific variable I think fairly has a chance to really separate himself from Dole but I still think I'm going to have to give the edge Finley just a little bit giving him the benefit of the doubt because the still an area that Dole was brutally bad at this year thing? PF has them as like the fifth worst quarterback out of pocket so just just giving him the benefit of the doubt for another the dog was just not very good at Gas Ledge Finley here okay what about accuracy accuracy another another broad one just like kind of arm strength in in a sense I don't think don was as inaccurate as a lot of people thought he was I think it was definitely depending on what part of the field you're looking at because I was just in the intermediate portion of the field which is where the majority of those big throws are going don wasn't the worst in in regards to that I think he got in trouble a lot for under us vowed to try were either getting over the middle getting a little bit to hire a little bit little bit behind him maybe putting receivers braced for the hit so in terms of placement I think Finley might have the edge just just to give guys chance at the ball he might he might give on tape easier opportunities not completely lay out for a fee a jump ball and.

An Interview With Jared Harris of 'Chernobyl'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

15:28 min | 11 months ago

An Interview With Jared Harris of 'Chernobyl'

"My guest is jared harris emmy nominee for <unk> noble and we're here to celebrate that and the success of this series which like i was saying to you before how did it happen. How did people get so interested that they told their friends about. It and i'm going to watch five hours about a nuclear disaster. Yeah they will sounds a good way to spend a sunday evening sure how much much yeah word of mouth there's no substitute for word of mouth. Is there <hes> <hes> on on that sort of a reaches. After parliament upon the critical mass of people saying this shows great. You've really got to check it out. You didn't need that. What was the thing that well. I grew up in this subject before i said yes. Yes well. You know actually they had made h._b._o. You know they say okay yeah. They said h._b._o.'s doing this. Series is about noble and i remember i remember the invent myself <hes> sending you the first full of episodes. It's on i twenty pages into it. I was gripped and <hes> craig's did an amazing job and i was absolutely i'm on board. <hes> i'm and and the experience of reading it was very much similar to watching it and that you you have fascinated. It was gripping. It was surprising there was a lot of information mation that you want to wear over at the time and i remember i was alive at the time and i remember it being reported in the news <hes> i was deeply moved by the sacrifice and the heroism of the people people involved <hes> and <hes> there's a lot of very clever aspects to it. If you think about it i mean creek now. He's a he has a very successful podcast. We talks talks about screenwriting me. He is knowledge of of the different genres tobacco unite not first episode. He's constructed it so much like a sort of horror story oy and then episodes two and three <hes> the political thriller and four is a war movie and five zero courtroom drama <hes> <hes> yeah that's that's right and it was shifting the whole time so you never quite knew what to expect. Why are people now going to noble peyton what what because i know the world topsy turvy in many in many ways but really well. It's also taking south-southeast in that not even half off dressed. They've been hanging out there doing that too. When you wouldn't go to you wouldn't go to go down to the world trade center and do that. Let's hope is deeply deeply country insensitive we all knew about it know about it but without really knowing that that was one of the things i really admired about his the way that he decided cray decided to tell the story because it was momentum exactly that and he starts with the the explosion. He doesn't spend the first hour developing relationships that you see these little seventeen disaster films where you have to know everything that's going on. Someone's gonna australian marriage major whatever these things this thing started buying with it right right at the top and and he followed that momentum of the story that was the propulsion policy of that so yeah. I really admired the way that he he came out. This <hes> the construction of the story telling the story when this this show is this acclaimed when you get this emmy nomination. What's it mean to you. What does the whole award thing. I mean i mean obviously yeah well. There's i experienced. Well your head do you in <hes>. Do you get any ballot dacian out of it. I mean i'm really thrilled that it got so many nominated nineteen was incredible and for a one off show a limited series to get recognized across the board almost every single department that was really exciting. I was obviously obviously excited for myself as well and you know. The truth is as well. It's a it's a sort of momentum for from a career point of view genital mean that yeah so obviously becomes important from that side as well <hes>. I'm thrilled to being the minorities. I mean i mean we all. I've seen you in so many things where i would say yeah ill. He must one for that. You you know and we all look at performance that way and we say that was terrific and we remember do we remember in the end three years from now who actually one it. You know i was nominated for them. He was before for madman and i think study of forty minutes. After i lost i was in at the bar and someone congratulated me winning so yeah i mean and you could just be silent and try and correct to komo who won you just ran. I wonder what he was wonderful yeah he he was. I mean that's the thing about it is when you when you got when you got that far everyone you it becomes like saying you know this year. Purple was the best call a ah. I mean they're all brilliant. Performances and they're also brilliant. Performances nine didn't get a look in you know so those two. Emmy nominations were for guys who hang hang themselves right. I don't know what that is. Do you go through scripts now. Where's the handling only uh see because what was going to happen off. This is probably every script that needs a sort of russian scientists. I would be saying now. You've just now how you vote up another guy jared palmer. Let let's do it. You nuke you grew up around this. You know your father and your mother in this business. You know your brothers are based in yes. It was like no escape or no. We were two zero anything else. Did you even consider it. I thought because i'm the the middle child so i was always you have to fight your corner as the middle child so i was very argumentative so they thought that i'd be lawyer. <hes> something like that the way that families decide they start assigning roles to the children and i didn't really light the role that that was headed my way that i so i came to america i went to university. How did the family take you going real because i was the first member of the harris family. They've gone to college on my father's side yeah. Why am i they were they. They were throat and what was this 'cause every time somebody's on who's gone through the british british school system i i had my own version of it but there's always some kind of discipline that goes on in those school. Yes you have one of those schools. They basically tortured you off. Favorite movies were prisoner woman. We we as the media like calling yeah. We would watch them. It'd be decide which one of the german guards with the teachers and we decide who we were in the story. I sti i was part of an escape committee at the school and planned an escape blaze and you made it to north carolina. I got out late but you also since your data's richard harassed. He's at home. What is he teaching teaching you. He's saying to you yeah because he stole larger than life absolutely from this sporting life when i first saw him to dumbledore he was huge. I mean you never you never properly got the sense of his personality on screen because he always had to head to dampen it down for for the camera and the size of his personality the strength of his person ninety you needed to see him on stage to get that because he would fill the whole space and he enjoyed being himself really really enjoyed it and i'm you know i'd be at restaurants and he'd start turning a story and then he'd start. This person over here is eavesdropping so he'd movies is chad so that he's you to acknowledge that person's watching and then he'd see that person is so he pushes chat for the bikes. I'm by the end of the story. The whole restaurants listening hits the punchline and they will applaud and he'd he'd love there. I mean so what are you dealing as this child child. I was very shy really didn't think that i was going to be an actor. I i went to duke and i didn't really have a plan. I remember member you go through that thing called orientation week you arrive that week eilly before the school gates they will the freshman that it's a giant campus and they tried to orientate orientate used where the campuses classrooms are whether it's derogatory is the food hold and everything and then each night they would have a mix away have a keg beer in a pizzas and i remember it was it was sunday and i realized god. I'm back in school monday. I'm back in school. I've been in school since i was seven boarding school since i was seven and i thought well i've sort of pot one of the plan. What is i've gotten out of. I've gotten away from high on. I got to the states but i can quite considered the consequence. Which is i'm back in school. I i thought i couldn't figure out what why am. I done this to myself because i could have been out committed yeah because my elder brother was seventeen boom and he was out no more school and <hes> an isis flyer on the table and it said it was a free keg of beer bryanston theater and <hes> there was a mix of there and i thought oh i'll just i just go there and i'm not gonna think about embarking class tomorrow and i went there and i. I obviously must have been curious about what my father did. I must have been but i really did not think that i was going to have a career as an actor or anything like that. I just i was really very very shy. You know and in america at college no one knew anything about me and i could just it just discover my my myself my personality my own interest and i'm very quickly. I went i start i auditioned and i love the community and i love the the camry of theater. I liked the idea you have your very intense goal very intense relationships to try and get this thing on put put it in front of people and i love the adrenaline of it. I love the learning partner bandit because you study the plane. Then you have to study all the early still they'll do by your face and by looking still there but i i remember seeing you an early movie. Did sometimes you say. How do you cast instance something. How does it happen where you played andy warhol. Oh yeah so. That's what i'm looking at. You've just described how you were growing up what you've studied bodied how you did it in hollywood they say why don't you play andy warhol. Well i mean initially. I went into into met to meet mary harron for that. I mean i i i saw it as an opportunity and it was i. I'm mary and said look. I'll toss me to come back in three days time. I give me give me a couple of weeks. You'll have an the idea of how close i can get the part and so i went off and i did a little research and i came back in and i well came in and character from right from the off walking into the office. I also thought to myself. Andy would never put himself in this position he way he was under this much pressure. He tried flip on somebody else so i bought a video camera and i made a video tape of then would issuing me so that they would feel self conscious <hes> but but you know talking talking about dramas about college when that movie came out here in new york my first acting teacher and director had moved to the new york and <hes> taken a different job and i said come to the premier with me. You know it'd be great you and my first acting teacher. It'll be really good so we we we do the red carpet and we're working our way up the red carpet and somebody else says he was your first director first teacher. You must be so proud. Here area's name up in lights and the premier new york city because yes. I'm very proud so you must have all those years ago. You must have seen something special in him. He said no i didn't is there anything special in doing english play or he does someone to keep an eye on the accents for me truly spiring. Ah love so good. I mean i just think when i think you're impossible to typecast. I just don't think it has tried i to make even a lot of actual people. You've done john lennon. E put uses as grant in lincoln <hes> you are. You've just do this to noble right up to that. Do you take those people home with you i in there. I remember i mean whilst you're doing it they they they stay within once you've finished. Actually the hardest thing is to prepare a role that you don't get to do because that guy not person rumbles around inside you because he never got to do it. Yeah i remember symbol that when i was doing warhol on doing the research now everything i would have very gossipy conversations with my mother on the fine which i didn't have often i sort of regretted not i don't know what it was with her but he was a huge gossip and he'd sit and chat to people on the phone and get them to tally everything about what they did that day and <hes> <hes> anti brought out your mom. This is a good thing yeah well <hes> i- <music>. I'm fascinated by s gone and would love to go back to that character into that story. I was deeply impressed by <hes> how misunderstood <hes> he he is also that his story is and and and his reputation is so at odds with with with what he did. You play too many characters that died so you're you're kind of destroyed for

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How likely is a trade deal with China?

Morning Edition

04:57 min | 11 months ago

How likely is a trade deal with China?

"How likely is a trade deal with China is one more likely after the topsy turvy last few days of the G. seven summit in France president trump talk positively about trade talks yesterday which seems to have calmed financial markets for the moment we were called and we're gonna start very shortly June negotiate we'll see what happens but I think we're gonna make a deal now that was a turnaround from a few days before when president trump tweeted that he hereby ordered American companies to immediately start looking for alternatives to operating in China including the alternative of bringing US companies back to the United States so to give us a sense of the administration's strategy we're joined by Michael Pillsbury he senior fellow and director of China strategy at the Hudson institute and he's also an informal adviser to president trump good morning Sir good morning so what is the president's strategy here well the president's strategy he's kind of telegraph himself when he said that this is how I negotiate and it's worked very well for me unquote you'll find an art of the deal and several other of his fourteen books he's co authored that he takes to go she Asians as a process very seriously he sees an opening he sees the application of pressure and exchanging of offers in the middle of the season in game where the final terms are agreed to and the lawyers get into it and make it binding here's the thing though markets and companies get jittery when the president tweets things like U. S. businesses should make alternate plans to working in China now let me throw China off that may make ten interest but it also makes US firms nervous we saw what happened to the market is really worth it well I think it depends on your understanding of China and just how much China has been to use the president's word ripping off the United States if your view of China which many people still have I called the obsolete view the old fashioned view people my generation have it sort of like eighty percent is that China is basically a friend it's on its way to becoming a democracy they basically want freedom a free market what's not to be happy about and yes there's a little bit of you know cheating but it's probably by individual companies no big deal if you have that view of China then of course you're right in a panic if you're an investor or a a CEO of a major corporation involved in in China or if you were alone Kane you're watching with the markets are doing right that's a lot or if you're a farmer in Iowa or former Minnesota so that groups important what the president is saying and I think Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and quite a few others on the democratic side support him in this they're saying that we now see a very different China than we thought this is a different China which seems to be focused on stealing our most innovative technology with a purpose not of sort of raising the living standards of a peasant and Sichuan but it Gerry in teen global primacy for China first in economics and then every other possible way and surpassing United States setting up a different kind of world order in which democracy will give way to surveillance and authoritarian regime this China it looks much more dangerous and so the need for a binding agreement with them to rein in his much of this misconduct as possible this time looks like it really needs a trade deal from us that can be enforced but can they lack in early may as you know we almost had that many people administration said were ninety percent of the way there so to be optimistic which what I am this trade deal was almost in hand then for various complex reasons on the Chinese side they reneged on the most important parts of it the legally binding part that laws either carefully to be put back on or lawsuits to be filed inside China the serious part of the agreement in other words so that's where we are now trying to close the deal is and what what president trump's book the art of the deal talks about is the in game yes what is the just quickly in the last thirty seconds we have left what if China is playing the long game just waiting for president trump to no longer be president well they're playing the long game that's the whole point and I think it's the bipartisan support from Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer in particular gives us a really good chance of getting a deal presence not alone on this a lot of people see this new dangerous China that I've written about in the book the hundred year marathon the problem is however there are super hawks who say let's not negotiate at all this country is just untrustworthy that's a small group but is growing in some parts of our country Michael Pillsbury author of the hundred year marathon China's secret strategy to replace America as a global superpower he's also an informal adviser to president trump thank you Sir an optimist about getting a good deal to her right

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What is actually happening with the U.S. economy?

Clark Howard Show

04:35 min | 11 months ago

What is actually happening with the U.S. economy?

"Want to say something to you about the ongoing uncertainty uncertainty about the economy and how the news is kind of on a roller coaster right now hour by hour day by day and and if you're an investor or you're just somebody wondering what's happening with our economy don't freak out by the headlines hour by hour day by day. No doubt the economy slowing but there's a lot of doubt as to whether or not we're headed towards a recession fashion the news in our ongoing trade disputes with different countries around the world is topsy turvy up and down do not overreact react to any days latest headlines and as i've said to you repeatedly during times of uncertainty that you and i cannot control the most important thing for you to do is make sure your own financial houses in order and you will hear me repeat that over and over again as the economy continues to slow or we do end up in a recession that you control what you can control in your own life life now one of the things that spent affected by what's going on with the economies around the world is oil and intern gasoline gasoline prices that were expected to be headed higher. Now instead are quite a bit lower and aaa has reported boarded that as we move into the labor day holiday period that will be paying on average around the country somewhere around thirty cents bless a gallon than we would have paid a year ago. This is completely opposite of what was expected with the moves. We've taken in the u._s. To try to shut iran out of world oil markets and we failed at that iran has been able pretty much to to sell oil to this point around the world. The expected move of iran being shut out would have led to tighter supplies flies around the world would have led to higher prices since we failed in shutting down iranian oil exports. It has had a positive effect for for your and my wallet in addition with economy slowing around the world. We are getting a dividend from that. If you will of lower prices for gasoline so the trip that you may take over the holiday and record numbers of people are expected to take to the roads this this holiday period. What you pay for gasoline is not going to be the problem. What will be the problem is. What do you do about traffic through this holiday period and i despise traffic so for me. That's the thing i worry about. The most is being stuck in slow in no-go traffic so that is the worry not what it costs to put fuel the tank. One other thing about gasoline is that there's a new report out that the number of people buying electric vehicles close remains a very very small part of the market but enough people are buying electric vehicles that it is affecting the demand into quesion for gasoline and that in turn is saving people who drive gasoline powered vehicles which is most of us money money every time we fill up because very very small changes in demand have a meaningful significant effect on on what the price of gasoline is and just enough people are buying electric vehicles and the numbers rising around the world that it's leading to a moderating effect on gasoline prices. There'll still be ups and downs over the years based on temporary factors actors or you know unexpected events in the world but the trend is really your friend for most people better driving gasoline vehicles as you look years into the future. The trends are a lot more positive than what originally was expected acted

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US delivers hammer blow to Huawei's expansion hopes

FT News

04:28 min | 1 year ago

US delivers hammer blow to Huawei's expansion hopes

"While ways Trump's formation into a global consumer brand is under threat after it was placed on a band entity list by the White House, Malcolm. Oh, discusses the background to the US Meave on what happens next with Nick files in London. And Louise Lucas in Hong Kong. Okay. So it has been a topsy turvy few days from while eight starting Friday. Louise can you just talk a little bit about what's happened. The US which is loan prevented away from selling it into the main national carriers went to step further. And then stops US companies, exporting parts and components to away which actively, totally disrupts their supply chain. That would make it very hard to get hold of part yesterday. What we send so is Google saying that they wouldn't be able to avail themselves of the Android operating system. But the basic one that's obviously open source, which is a huge problem if you're trying to sell smartphones outside China, and that was kind of moment when people realized as hope add, this is going to be not just on the kit side, where they say infrastructure, but also on the smartphones. Okay. So let's just unpick all about a little bit neck while way the second biggest maker smoke funds in the world. Now they took apple lost quarter. What do they need in terms of US components? Let's leave the Google thing to one side for moment. What are the other things that I need from the US Lee? We're talking chips. Also gloss coating is a supply company bit. We're talking things like random access memory, the sort of front end of the chips which provided by the rise, he companies, not just in small funds, but also in the equipment to so choking them off the supply level is a pretty effective method to stop them in their tracks. Okay. And what would while away do if they lose access to US, chips and gloss? Well, they've been talking yesterday about the fact that nobody should panic that they've been stockpiling for some time. They've got enough components to Cape. Supply talking about sort of one year and in terms of spat out. So it components five years. We'll see if that holds water because this would have been a hiatus period. But as it stands, especially on the software from this is a really big moment. And how does the US justify this sort of ban putting them on this list, which means US companies contract with them? It's national security, isn't it? This said they using the cloak of national security saying while I security risk as we've heard in recent months repeatedly from US officials. They say. An untrusted company that American companies shouldn't be dealing with so without much detail without the smoking gun opened wising full. They've taken this move to as I said, so to smother them, basically, in that supply level. Right. Are they worried about while way reverse engineering US technology and trying to steal chip design? It's always been Awari with, wow. Wa on old Chinese companies going back to the company, original business, which was more basic telecoms equipment, which American comes Cisco were developing the have accused while way of paying fringe T mobile lesser to breaking into a facility. The answer to stealing robotics technology. So it's in the mix, but it doesn't seem to be the my driver for this. But this does come against the backdrop of this, overarching trade war between the two sides and right in the middle of some pretty delicate negotiations. Yes. While I have described themselves as being a bit like a football coat in the middle of this trite war. The Americans are trying to say it's nothing to do with the tried ward is literally national security, and risk associated with this company and being in the telecoms networks. Okay. So that was a big. Oh and then Louise yesterday. We got an even bigger blow. Hallway can you tell us a little bit about what happened the Android? Android part and parcel of the same thing up until that point, people have really been focusing much more on what Nick it's been talking about the chicken things, which are physical, things that are easy to pile. This is sort of wake up moment for people realizing will actually software that they are reliant upon as well. And it's clearly not just in terms of Android. Now, obviously, they have talked about building their own operating system, which a the, the present on. That's pretty lousy because you've had everyone is thought to try and do that. There is times, getting Samsung, for example, and it's never really taken off. It's very hard to get traction, and particularly outside China, be very hard to imagine somebody buying into full where they couldn't go onto YouTube g mail or anything else that then, made people, somebody realize, actually, this could mean that older sales outside China, some they fall away, and that's roughly half the sales, though, to upside China.

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Tiger Woods wins Masters, captures first green jacket since 2005

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods wins Masters, captures first green jacket since 2005

"Update, the green jacket fit like an old shoe. Thank you. Fits forty three year old Tiger Woods slipping into his winnings. At the masters for the first time in fourteen years CBS's Steve Futterman from Augusta was such a topsy turvy final round all the golfers, including Tiger Woods had their ups and downs. He in the end was the most steady, and he came through with key putts on the fifteenth and sixteenth holes to get birdies to move in front, and he never relinquished the lead. After that Tigers first major championship win since two thousand five he's gone through four back surgeries divorce DUI arrest and substance abuse treatment in the interim golf digest flooring Rubinstein that there was that will of his that he was going to overcome this that he was going to show himself. I his family seconds friendster. And then the world naturally if it came through came through that

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"turvy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome my colleague speak, whereas the hill as well. As at Fox News, she's often on FOX business to comment on the American economy. But we must not the breaking news out of Great Britain that the Theresa May government has failed in a vote so spectacularly that. Jeremy carbon leader of the opposition has called for a vote of no confidence within twenty four hours. And the presumption is that the vote of no-confidence will succeed at that. We're going to a general election in Great Britain. So every time you feel that our politics are topsy turvy. All you have to do is glance at mother England was a very good evening to you as this shot. Friday that weird not Britain with Brexit turning everything upside down with everybody blaming everybody else could easily do this. Good evening. It certainly makes. Art standoff over the border wall seem a little more manageable. I must say this has been a slow moving train wreck really for two years, John this Brexit situation. And I have to give Theresa May some credit because she has stuck with this indefatigable effort to satisfy the will of the English voter by arranging an exit from the EU. And unfortunately, she did it with such trepidation, and such sort of humility, I think in her conversations with the EU that she came up with the deal that absolutely nobody liked and boy was that on view today when she lost the vote by two hundred it was sort of thought that it would go down certainly to defeat, but people were thinking that vote was one hundred or something of that the margin of loss that is that she could possibly, you know, talk to the EU. Get a couple of concessions, and maybe they would be able to pass it. But it looks after this vote as though that's not gonna happen it as you point out. Jeremy Corbyn now is talking about a vote of no confidence. I've actually heard that probably will fail because maze party. He doesn't have the votes. I don't think, but you know, we'll see. Shortly Traba that dropped overwhelms our drama. So let's go to the good news here. The good news is the economy continues doing very well. I see the J P Morgan. Reported profit rise of sixty seven percent, I understand year-over-year the profits are going to be more modest than last year. But still is we're in the positive column, and we're taking a shot at three percent. Nowhere else in the world. Do they have that possibility? Well, I think that's right. I we have we have definite signs of slowing the manufacturing sector in particular, the so-called empire manufacturing index fell for the second month. And there's no question that there's a slowdown underway, and it's not being helped by the government shutdown. Let's face it. But really what's happening is mostly first of all that the fed was overly aggressive the Federal Reserve in raising rates last year. Also, what we were benefiting from which was strong growth around the world has clearly kind of gone away. It's not just China. China's slowdown precipitous. The data out of China on exports and imports yesterday was really shockingly bad. And it's, but it's also Europe you have numerous countries in Europe struggling to grow Germany may technically be in a recession after the last quarter two quarters in a row of down growth. So the US is sort of the soul bright spot. That's for sure as I say, unfortunately, some of the factors that we've talked about in the past including now, the partial government shutdown is taking a toll and the government today upped its estimate on how much of a toll. It's going to take. But I gotta say John thing gets resolved. It, you know, some people talking about in fact, Jamie diamond mentioned this today that that conceivably in the first quarter, we wouldn't grow at all. If this shutdown continues to March now, I don't think most people expect that to happen. But it is having an impact the amazing thing to me. Is it the stock market which just a few weeks ago was basically ready to throw every stock under the bus on the basis of any kind of news. Whether it's good or bad or indifferent. Now is absorbing a lot of body blows of bad news in its stride. You know yesterday to have the market only down about one hundred points with very bad news out of China and some other cautionary notes being sounded on our own economy today to be up strongly. Even though the Brexit vote and defeat did take place during trading hours. It didn't even budge the market J P Morgan made some pretty cautionary sounds about credit markets and loan quality that didn't budge the market. You know? I I I think really the message here is investors are looking at central banks. Around the world now China and in the EU and in the US being accommodated again being supportive of growth, and they're translating that into a reacceleration of growth as we go throughout this year. So it's just a remarkable sort of sentiment change in a very few weeks and really comes down to Federal Reserve policy. I hate to be simple minded, but the market is not a deep thinker. Everything today was net flicks raising its prices that's a solar system event as far as the market's concerned. Now, you mentioned trade we've had signals the last few weeks that China and the US are talking in a positive direction. But all of a sudden, those signals went a little quiet, the difficulty here is that Xi Jinping is not in a good place to make concessions because as even the financial times acknowledges his economy is faltering. Liz, the Chinese yuppies have stopped buying high end goods, they they've hesitated. I that this one story about them trying to sell apartments in a dodgy part of Shanghai. And if you bought one, you got gotta BMW it didn't work the government stepped in to stop that. But what we have is that China is in a recession it won't acknowledge it, but we have to now that is a good reason for Xi to make a deal. And he's not is it a good reason for Trump to to press his advantage with China on the back foot. That's the question, isn't it? It's a question of whether the White House will take this weakness in China as an opportunity as you say to sort of drive their ambitions even harder knowing that. Yes. President Xi is president for life. But even he is coming under some criticism for his mishandling of the economy. Is it a good time to press their advantage? I think where we are John is that the Chinese have made now a number of concessions, mostly to do with buying more US goods allowing more US companies into China, you know, being a little more flexible on the terms of trade sort of the top line if you will. But I think what we are going to be hearing more about in the coming weeks are the structural issues. The issues of intellectual property theft. The. The unacceptable support of state-owned enterprises, which basically flout the World Trade Organization trade rules like that. I think it's pretty it's becoming clear that those are very difficult things. Of course, they are very difficult things to press China hard on. But I think this White House certainly lighthouse and lighthizer and the people who are directing this train. I think they are adamant that they want structural change in China and a real serious amending of behavior, and you have to say how can China really do that without admitting to behavior that is pretty reprehensible, and they've and that they certainly have denied before. So it's it's not easy. But look these these talks are going forward. I think again on the top line. There's been some real serious progress made their senior finance. Minister is coming over to Washington. That's the next round of discussions. And I think that is where we will get pretty quickly an idea of whether he comes bearing flexibility on some of these issues that are very important to the White House. It has to happen because I think to go this far it would be really kind of a mockery. If if the White House just sort of capitulated said, oh, great. You're buying more. Soybeans were happy. You know, we're ready to kind of call a truce. And by the way, the other thing that's happened that I think doesn't get reported very much because the liberal media really wants everyone to think Trump is alone lone ranger in all these different battles that he's carrying forward. Other countries around the world are joining I would say in what you might call resistance to China. And so it isn't just the US. I think we have allies in this pursuit. Of a fairer more equitable, China economic system and trading system. And so I think with that it gives us even more power to really demand, some changes. So I don't think this things over I guess, that's the bad news. I don't think it's going to be resolved quickly. I think it's going to there's going to be progress. But I think it's going to take maybe months still to see the kind of accommodation that we would like the Federal Reserve does look accommodative Eliza. I think that's a major story. I see the mortgage rates cleaned out in the housing market move again, so underneath all of this is a long term positive for the economy. Once the short terms, China trade, the shutdown are are moved out of the way in the first quarter. I think that's true. And by the way, housing is a sector, obviously, it did terribly in two thousand eighteen. And it's been a sector that I've looked forward to possibly being an engine of growth in two thousand nineteen. There's no question that there is a demand for housing. You have the millennials and and other cohorts forming household household formation numbers are pretty good. Those people wanna buy houses. In fact, I read a study not long ago about, you know, basically disagreeing with the idea that millennials are different. They don't wanna own anything. They do. They want to own a house, but between how high house prices in some particularly attractive areas and rising mortgage rates. They'd be it just became an issue of kind of buyers feeling that they couldn't step up or wanting to wait and see if prices came down again prices did come down in some regions and mortgage rates as you point out are helping now so I think that could be a very and don't forget, I mean there have been times when the housing sector. It was a very big piece of our economy. So I think that could be a real plus maybe in the second half. If we get a these mortgage rates kind of really making a difference, which I think, you're right. They will Lisbie Radikal, but the hill as well. As at Fox News, she's often the FOX business gonna turn to politics rubbing.

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"turvy" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on Off The Hook

"Very good evening to you. The program is off the hook now on at seven pm Wednesdays. We used to be on at eight PM. Now, we're on at seven pm. Everything is topsy turvy up is down left is right east is west freedom is slavery. And you are listening to WBAI, and we are happy to be here. Back in our old slot, which we had for many many years before moving to eight, and we we're finding it just just as we left it rob t firefly here with you, and I am joined by joined in the studio by Voltaire. Hello by Alex. And a couple of special guests we've got Neo transfer X to the accumulator in pushes it on the stack and night. Owl is with us as well. Can we hear you try that again? Good evening there. You are. Now evening is good. So we got we got kind of a full house here and a lot going on. We are. We are still chugging through twenty nineteen and yeah, it's it's. According to my careful prosthesis. It's only three percent done. So far so far. Want to start with there's a whole bunch of news going on this week, and we can only scratched the surface. But I I'd like to scratches at this story about Amazon we spoke about this previously on this program where Amazon the famous company that sells every darn thing over the internet to you has opened up a couple of new headquarters or opening up a couple of new headquarters one in Long Island city, queens, and there's a there's a story which. In which some council members from Seattle, which has which is Amazon's original home came to New York to speak to the people of this city about what they did wrong with with giving Amazon all sorts of concessions and stuff and how they how they didn't respond fast enough the story reported by the guardian in the UK interestingly. I know a lot of you guys have been following the story. Can you can you give the short short version for sure? So what happened was? Amazon announced that they were opening a second headquarters what they termed HQ to and they serve a nounce that they were going to be opening it up to competition from all of the different possible cities and host host locations across the United States, which generated a huge amount of both PR for them and also a huge amount of contention between different cities with mayors and county officials and city councillors and local celebrities doing pitch videos for their respective areas. Talking about how great their city would be that got a lot of play on the late night shows at the time. And eventually I think late last year Amazon announced their decision that they would finally that they had finally decided on what they were going to do. And they announce it instead of just opening a single second headquarters they were actually opening to second headquarters that they would be splitting this HQ to between Alexandria Virginia, which is a sort of a suburb of Washington and New York City, specifically a site in Long Island city, which is part of queens right near the East River and. New York City specifically, but also Virginia..

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"turvy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"She has everything is completely topsy turvy has lent in the village. She came from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and has a few random places that are incomprehensible and then through the center, she says, sorry, the rest unknown. Thank. And I have a huge version of that on my wall to remind me that it's not about I always say it's not about getting it. Right. It's about to about getting it. And that's a big big difference. If you have the freedom to use your magic nation and to really express what you're thinking. You're going to come up with something lock different than a correct version of the United States of America or anything. Well, and it's also Avakian of right now in a way that you wouldn't have foreseen previously. But you know, this fact that we all of us all around in all of our differences seem to be operating with different maps of the places that we know and the places that matter I mean, that's a real phenomenon right now. These these maps in our heads that are the maps in our heads of then I think about the New Yorker stand map that I did with Rick Mirer woods for the New Yorker after nine eleven I think, yes. That would they converse? Nations that people have about who are the tribes who do you belong to who do you belong with. Do you want to belong are there all kinds of New Tribes? Now that we never understood or knew about and really to find out, you know, who's who who do you love? And who do you wanna be with? So you're forced to say who do I relate to and who do I respect, and that's really big question. And who am I phrased of? Yeah. You know, that that it would almost be really fascinating civic activity for you to ask Americans to do their map, you know, to have your mother's map as the as the prototype say create your own. That's a good idea. You know, if right now fascinating. The the pursuit of happiness because you said also came out of I mean, you went to all these places, right? You you you met with all kinds of different public service. And you went to the capitol and farms and mount Vernon and the White House. How it went to the inauguration, married, baiter Ginsburg? I went to an army base all the places that I wouldn't have access to normal person. The New York Times was able to send me to to all of these places. How did that surprise you change that experience? It it changed me profoundly. I really knew very little about American history. And the more I traveled in the more. I read in the more I met people the more extraordinary the history of the United States. It was clear that this country is founded by some chant miracle chance geniuses, and that they were able to form an idea MRs to ten we should say, right or the book was post, actually, I was I did the traveling to started two thousand eight with the ration- of Obama. Okay. Okay. And. Eat a to Monticello and did a piece about Lincoln did a piece about Jefferson, and and really had a chance still superficial. Obviously to admire the United States so much more than I ever had with all the complexity with all of the. Tara parts which exist for every country..

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"turvy" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"She has everything is completely topsy turvy has lent in the village. She came from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and has a few random places that are incomprehensible and then through the center, she says, sorry, the rest unknown. Thank. And I have a huge version of that on my wall to remind me that it's not about I always say it's not about getting it. Right. It's about to about getting it. And that's a big big difference. If you have the freedom to use your magic nation and to really express what you're thinking. You're going to come up with something lock different than a correct version of the United States of America or anything. Well, and it's also Avakian of right now in a way that you wouldn't have foreseen previously. But you know, this fact that we all of us all around in all of our differences seem to be operating with different maps of the places that we know and the places that matter I mean, that's a real phenomenon right now. These these maps in our heads that are the maps in our heads of then I think about the New Yorker stand map that I did with Rick Mirer woods for the New Yorker after nine eleven I think, yes. That would they converse? Nations that people have about who are the tribes who do you belong to who do you belong with. Do you want to belong are there all kinds of New Tribes? Now that we never understood or knew about and really to find out, you know, who's who who do you love? And who do you wanna be with? So you're forced to say who do I relate to and who do I respect, and that's really big question. And who am I phrased of? Yeah. You know, that that it would almost be really fascinating civic activity for you to ask Americans to do their map, you know, to have your mother's map as the as the prototype say create your own. That's a good idea. You know, if right now fascinating. The the pursuit of happiness because you said also came out of I mean, you went to all these places, right? You you you met with all kinds of different public service. And you went to the capitol and farms and mount Vernon and the White House. How it went to the inauguration, married, baiter Ginsburg? I went to an army base all the places that I wouldn't have access to normal person. The New York Times was able to send me to to all of these places. How did that surprise you change that experience? It it changed me profoundly. I really knew very little about American history. And the more I traveled in the more. I read in the more I met people the more extraordinary the history of the United States. It was clear that this country is founded by some chant miracle chance geniuses, and that they were able to form an idea MRs to ten we should say, right or the book was post, actually, I was I did the traveling to started two thousand eight with the ration- of Obama. Okay. Okay. And. Eat a to Monticello and did a piece about Lincoln did a piece about Jefferson, and and really had a chance still superficial. Obviously to admire the United States so much more than I ever had with all the complexity with all of the. Tara parts which exist for every country..

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"turvy" Discussed on Bang the Book

Bang the Book

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on Bang the Book

"So then you got you take that out then and hill was one hundred percent last week with a bad foot, you know, against San Diego, and he didn't make a lot of huge place. So you know, there's just a lot of teams out there. You're trying to figure out all the more still doesn't have an identity. Now, they got Mark Jackson port back. What are they going to bring to the table? There's just a lot of things going on where you know. There's a lot of topsy turvy things the best thing I could tell you about the NFL Sunday. It's going to be wild. It's going to be wacky, and is going to be very unpredictable. Especially late in the second half of some of these games, you wanna really tread lightly. This Sunday and Saturday. And so let's transition over to the college basketball side of things here for a couple of minutes and Texas Tech undefeated team. Elite defense Ken Pomeroy has them with the number one defense in the country bar tour because then with the number four defense in the country. They meet Duke tonight at Madison Square Garden, it's been nothing, but Duke money here this morning Duke up from seven to eight ten point favorite. I know you're a big twelve guy. Tony, what do you think about Texas Tech and their chances tonight at MSG? Well, I got a cold play this game. And I have my church pulled up, but Cox people decided that do maintenance on the internet today's arm. My numbers are pretty it. You'll the I guess the question is can the raiders slow down this offense in my my my answer to that is probably now can they slow it down enough to get the cover now that it's been steamed up to ten you're probably going to see a eleven and a half. If it gets up around that number is probably worth the stretch stick Texas deck. But one thing I want your mirror about Texas Tech. And I did write down this snow because I was doing my handicap if the total in this game their their schedule. Three hundred fifty s in the country spring to schedule. You know, you have him. Of course, you know, Duke was inside the top one hundred with their schedule taking on all comers. And and. It's to me. I just think got too much for him. I really do the I guess I don't think the Rangers are going to be able to come up with enough offense. You know? Enough offense or enough stops on defense. Keep it close this type of game that might suggest lived for. And they've had a couple of times on national TV. This one up was a wok Zog that Malik classic. But as in here, I think this is gonna be a big step up in class for Texas Tech. And and I guess they're only signature win this year. Texas Tech was beating the basket to sprint sit in Kansas City, and the, you know. And you don't obviously the Brask is very good basketball team this year that was the game or Nebraska shot. You know around thirty percent from the floor and just couldn't get out of their own way on what they didn't show up that day. But you know, if I had to take his side it gets much over ten I'd probably lean tech this one. But I think do is. I think the best team in the country. I think when they get their bigger guy healthy they're going to be almost unbeatable. I, you know, Madison Square Garden, you know, do cues to the big stage. You know, they have a young team. She's just you know, it's gotta coach him. You know on a big stage like that on national TV game, Texas Tech. Not so familiar with that down in love it stadium. Half bowl. I could lean Duke here. But if it gets any higher than ten, you know, it's either stay away or take the points or but I think the wouldn't surprise Hugh, Adam do one by twenty three tonight. It would. And and that's one of those things I think it speaks to the last point that you made. There that you know, Duke is used to this spotlight. And I know Texas Tech made a big run in the NCAA tournament last year. But this is dukes element. I mean. Yeah, the Cameron crazies aren't there..

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"turvy" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on Double Toasted

"They had Mark Simon and forget the other guy's name. But these guys enough, that's you talk about south park, the movie and book and all kinds of things. She didn't Mark Simon you like oh shit. And so his name came into credits. I was like oh this Throwdown. Yeah. Walked out and say, I'm not humming. Any those? Nah, nah. I can in on the funny thing about is that some of the musical numbers. I. The either range from kind of like, okay, you trying to hard because they got one where it's called a. The trip the light Ben tastic think with it. They got people start doing BMX bike riding. Right. And you know, they came across that came across a musical number kademi wars. We're trying to be real hip for the kids. Start skateboard news because I started out pretty well. But when they got to the BMX part, I was like. Yeah. They start doing. They had have pipes and everything. And it's like all right. Don't feel like it's part of the time. Yeah. And I thought the bad musical number. There was the one with Meryl Streep topsy turvy. Oh, yeah. I thought that that was just that was about the movies too long. And that is a musical number and a plot subplot they could have cut out goes, no, just greatest one of the greatest actresses of all time. But does she ever sit down? She ever go home. She's in a movie every month. I mean, people got to eat. MSU eating like. But you know, threes. If they offer that to you you'd be me. Streep. You would be looking like this by the time. They do. I wouldn't have criminals credit with seven ninety seven nine. Can you hear self saying? I would take that Disney role. But I've done enough movies this year. One of these young Turks have this. God damn. Even use the wise. She's already hard a voodoo doctor bring up course back to acts the more where she dies saying. I'm not a lover. I do I do love it too. Thing is all saying we she makes two movies a year. And you know what? In this movie. She's a she's Lou it's not something personal against Meryl Streep as far as you know, some things that she's done. And now how she can still work and peop- other. But I will say that I'm not saying this because out of my own personal feelings, I do think out of all the performances in the movie, she's the one that comes on is like look at me. I'm the special cameo. I'm the one that is doing the most obvious acting. She has to play sort of a gypsy woman that's the cousin to marry Papas. And it's like, you know, this whole this whole number is kind of going overboard. It's it's it's it's too much on a on her acting. It's a lot on the effects. We're setting up cousins. Now, which is the thing that never talked about before or ever again and the song they wrote for it is not even good. No, it's actually not it's kind of a bad news number compared to all the stuff they have. Because even the most mediocre ones are passable. They're not, you know, they're not. They're not terrible. So it comes out of nowhere. It's just it. Just feels like is just kinda jammed in those kind of forced in over two hours long later on the movie too. So you kinda like you check. You're checking your watch at some point. Yeah. Now. Okay. Yeah. Exactly in all right now, here's where I really have a problem with this movie, man. My problem with this movies that is it goes back to what Disney has been doing a lot of these remakes. You got to get somebody to write these endings? Oh, yes. Y'all y'all gotta stop writing the movie and get to the.

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"turvy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The women, and they need to be heard we need to support them. And also men not just man. In the news that have been accused of sexual assault. Sexual harassment had been treated unfairly we need to have a really hard evidence that you know, if you accused of something so the evidence. So one might say how could you say that this is Trump you need to stand with women? What would you say? We need to sell the evidence. You cannot say to somebody I was sexually assaulted or you did that to me or because sometimes the media goes too, far and the way they portray some stories. It's it's not correct. It's not threat. But what? But you're woman you go by the Malani also said that she doesn't trust a lot of people that work under or for President Trump in the west wing doesn't trust them. We'll find out more when that happens and the media will look for every word and twisted and contorted, and that's what they're gonna do. But I I love that. How can Malania not be with women? What are you talking about? I've had this story in my in my prep for days. Now, it was from the Washington Times false reports of sexual assault. Not as rare as claimed. Studies show meeting it happens more than you think. Brent e turvy criminologist wrote a book in two thousand seventeen dispelling this notion is research and the two co authors cited statistical studies and police crime reports one academic study get this showed as many as forty percent. Of sexual assault. Charges are false. Turvy wrote that the FBI in the nineties peg the falsity rate at eight percent for rape or attempted rape complaints. Quote. There is no shortage. Of politicians victims advocate to news articles, claiming the nationwide false report for rape and sex assault is almost non-existent presenting a figure of around two percent. This figure is not only inaccurate. But it also has no basis in reality said reporting it publicly as valid frequency rate with any basis is either scientifically negligent or fraudulent, wow. As much as forty percents. Crazy, isn't it? So it happens a lot more than you realize that people are wrong, or they liar falsely accuser who knows what's. But you gotta just believe everything they say, I mean, I have another story. My prep also. Yeah. That one I have that story apparently a lesbian at Ohio University and airs. Sent herself death threats. She found in her desk drawer. What? Yes. She is an Q Ohio University. Student Senate member she received death threat originally. But now student Senate leadership believes that the threat likely came from another Senate member what what's. She's the one that did this. She said I found these hateful and harassing notes. I found them they called me. Derogatory term. I found them in my desk. Well, now, it turns out that she actually was arrested and charged with three counts of making false alarms. Police found out she placed the three threatening notes herself prior to reporting them to police. You don't doubt everybody. But I mean, just because somebody says something doesn't mean it actually is going to be true. Hey, by the way, the Democrats have a phenomenal message to win the midterms phenomenal. You know, what one of their big priorities is going to be if they win it's going to help your life, and so much do, you know, do you know, what Nancy Pelosi said the big thing? They're gonna do one of the big things. I'll tell you about it. Coming back nine thirty three right now in Kansas box..

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"turvy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"turvy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bill mornings from six to ten on KFI. Show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty. So during the whole Brett cavenaugh the circus in the back and forth about the accusations by Dr Christine lazy Ford was a number. I saw several articles concerning how common are false reports of sex assault. And according to this story in the Washington Times, the assertion was made in much of media, particularly liberal, TV and social media that only two percent. Of sex assault charges or lies meaning with a ninety eight percent chance at the woman's telling the truth. You gotta go with that. But you know, a little digging into this number to try to find out where it comes from. Because we found this out with the straws, right? The plastic was this isn't as bad as that. But still strong study was totally bogus. Brent turvy. A criminologist thrown a two thousand seventeen book his research of co-authors site statistical studies police crime reports when academic studies show that as many as forty percent of sex assault. Charges are false Mr. turvy wrote that the FBI in the nineteen ninety s pegged the falsity rate and eight percent for rape or attempted rape complaints. Turvy said there's no shortage of politicians victims advocate to news articles, claiming that the nationwide false report for rape and sex assault is almost existent. They give a figure around two percent. That figure is not only. Inaccurate also has no. Basis in reality reporting it publicly as a valid frequency rate with any empirical basis as either scientifically negligent or fraudulent a recent study from the Pentagon. They have an annual report on sex assaults in the military. Nearly a quarter of all cases are thrown out for lack of evidence doesn't necessarily mean they're false. Does it lack of evidence? Right anyway. But well, but without evidence, you can't assume their true, right, right? So they talked to Elaine Donnelly who directs the center for military readiness that it appears that die hard opponents of cavenaugh invented a narrative to imply that false accusations hardly ever happened. You see.

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Identity: Who Am I Anyway?

The Road Home To You

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Identity: Who Am I Anyway?

"Discarded though because they're worthless. Poems. And then there are some that I keep an eye and I wanna crumple them up and throw them away because I'm not proud of them. You know, I keep them. I think as a reminder that I'm not the best poet in the world. I don't know. I keep them, but yet we have this master craftsman this, you know the creator of the universe who has written us down in his poetry book of life and has said, perfect, I made you just the way I wanted you to be made. You're a beautiful poem, even though you're messy and you're muddy and your broken, and he have cracks every which direction you are beautiful. Yeah, of Jesus inside you. Absolutely. And because he sees the perfected version of us right now, we inhabit a world that is corrupted through sin and death, and sometimes that twists and deforms that perfection that he has in mind for us. But as long as we're with him that perfection that he sees us will be restored at some point and this broken shell that we're living in at the moment will be discarded and we'll be given the perfect form that he saw in us from the very beginning. Yeah. So that's kind of it. As far as I mean, they're so much more. There's yeah, I mean, we could. We could probably devote the whole podcast to just talking about various aspects of identity, but you've touched on a lot of the important things and you've certainly given us some some good verses to hang onto and to remember, you know, in some of those dark times when we're feeling a little bit lost. Yeah, we need to dig these verses up and really lean into those and cling to them for all were worth. Yeah, and I'm gonna work, putting together a resource that has a list of all of these things that we are or that we have, meaning that we have a relationship and inheritance with Ben transformed are accepted. We are secure. We are significantly have purpose all of those things with versus Zo that they can be stuck in your bible or your nightstand or hung up on. In your bathroom, mirror or whatever so that they can be referred back to constantly because it is hard when we live in a broken fallen world, and we live in a time where things seem so uncertain and just kind of topsy turvy to really stay grounded in the certainty of who we are because of who made us and who lives in us is so critical and important. And I think a good part of that too is is we need to know what God says about us, but we also need to know what God says about God. We need to know what his characteristics and qualities are too. So as important as it is to look at these kinds of verses, it's it's just as if not more important to look at the verses that that speak to who got his and we can. We can even see that within these verses. We can see, you know, he is creator. He is creative. He is. Stored if he is the the, the God of forgiveness and redemption and all these things. So anyway, I will try to make that resource available as quickly as a can hopefully by the time this is released, it will be out. But finally kind of a final thought. Isaiah forty, five. Verse nine says, woe to the one who quarrels with his maker and earthenware vessel among the vessels of earth will the Klay say to the Potter? What are you doing? And like that because because again, like we are God's creation, he is the master carpenter, the master craftsmen. He knows what he's making. He has made it exactly the way he wants us to be, and and then he's given us a purpose. And he said, now now go be the vessel. I've created you to be go, do the job I made you to do. I didn't make somebody else to do it. I made you to do this job. You go do that job. And so often we get confused and we get thrown around and we are wondering what is called want me to do well, what should I be doing? And you know, go, do the job God called you to do, which is guess what to glorify him to follow after Christ. Yes, that is true. Those are those are true things I was going to close with our closing. I was gonna say, we created to love God of people. Unless people this, those are good things to. All right. You guys have an awesome day God be with you and to seek after him. All right. Lots.

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"turvy" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"turvy" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Exciting in its way and we gotta find excuse to topsy turvy they'll be there will be they'll be they'll be a film about theater that will come up and we'll see on it then just just topsy turvy mocatta you love pets many times you would absolutely adore topsy turvy is so brilliant and the greek of detail with that that lead invested every aspect of that is just mind blowing macos really interesting point comparison to 'cause like kinda has been such a controversy somewhat recently and when it's been staged i mean again i the person who's going to be affected by this so you know my my my opinion is somewhat limited in limiting someone's but makoto krista points out it's not about japan is about this british idea of japan from the late nineteenth century you know and it can be staged as you know example of such but then again like i said you know i've found the whole of dog things kind of an eye opening thing maybe walk through and rethink some opinions but still delightful piece of theater right i've never seen i've actually never seen any production that's staged in japan every every action i've seen has done something different interesting that's the way around it then as well i just have the talks to default sideshow bob's that's that's not mocatta though four before you go to hell for three little mates from school i can't remember what episode there is there is a mocatta reference in the simpsons.

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"turvy" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"turvy" Discussed on The Global Politico

"The national security adviser michael flynn had been fired well the same could be said of this past week to a topsy turvy week when everyone wondered who would be the next to leave the trump white house congressman welcome back it's certainly been topsy turvy week again hasn't it it has and we may be meeting on the eve of another national security advisor being pushed out the door that's at least the speculation at the moment and i understand that john bolton is one of the potential candidates and the pressing question here is does that mean that the president has gotten a commitment that he'll shave the moustache because i understand that was an impediment to begin with well you know if this is a reality show we know that this is the president for whom appearances matter so i'm not sure if the contestants are being judged on that but then again maybe president trump has learned he thought that rex tillerson fit the suit right that he appearances seem to matter in this election of that but then he soured on him so that's true that's true and it'll be interesting to see whether if pompeo is confirmed for that position his proximity to the president and the favor that he holds so with the president will allow him or if you will even seek to restore the ranks of the state department which have been so badly depleted under rex tillerson we can only hope so in many respects i think that role as a policy maker is a better fit for mike pompeo but i hope that it will mean that the state department will now get the attention and the resources that it really needs just ed before we jump back to the investigation a former congressman pompeo obviously has a wide network here on the hill and you dealt with him also in your capacity on the intelligence committee you're one of the eight members of congress who receive briefings on classified information and you know sort of key part of the leadership what was your impression of him as the cia director and you know he seemed to.

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"turvy" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"turvy" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In quotes something happens and everything goes topsy turvy just before you came on words vary as a physicist and he believes an extraterrestrial life but doesn't necessarily believe it has come here yet he still playing around with how they got here i'm sure they have an advanced propulsion system beyond anything we can even imagine right now some of them undoubtedly do and i also think that a lot of our experiences are with things that are right here on earth they run a parallel dimension and they come through openings or portals in in these dimensions so they're really not from miles away so to speak but the reality is distant to us but yet it's right next to us and i think a lot of the things that we call et's are probably what might be entered dimensional back in the fifties there was a fellow by the name of georgia damn ski remember that name i do yes claims that he was taken aboard a ship and taken the venus and the media i think at that time handled him with kid gloves but i you know i wasn't really into it at the time i was a kid well i i like your term kid gloves because back then nobody knew what to make out of a lot of this and the danske did he he attracted quite a band of followers who believed in his experiences and he became kind of a cult figure for a while in in those early days it seems that we were identifying aliens more as from other planets that seemed to be our frame of reference that they were coming from venus was a very popular destination a source rather and mars and other planets in the solar system and now we look at them from farflung galaxies and star systems but he was an interesting figure and what he was actually in contact with to me is is still a mystery george van tassell was another person who who had contact with being so so they were from venus and you know he built the integra tron out there.

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"turvy" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"turvy" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Yeah that that deadline really focus our minds i remember i was i was outside in states wasn't egypt in that was really helpful i think because egypt this nine hours ahead of the united states so it was kind of a relay team the american beijing the team would kind of do us time and then i would receive those things like you know like two in the morning eastern time see that and then start working you know like we were just balancing this thing back out of crazy it was pretty amazing yeah you guys this team travels a lot a lot of fieldworker travel for fun or all those sorts of things and then sam turvy was author also an author on the paper as a minority says in the union so he travels he travels i think he traveled more than he doesn't travel yeah at having these different time zones you know you'd think it would be a hindrance but it's actually kind of awesome because you end up being able to pretty much constantly have someone doing something rather than sitting around waiting and twiddling your thumbs and thinking like okay when she's done with the discussion part all tick up and i'll do something else from you know while she's working on that but i i enjoy the time zone i want to remind everybody do you remember when we had to cut back like five thousand words during the previews i mean some of them weren't necessarily.

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"turvy" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"turvy" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Alyssa it's a topsy turvy world trump's political voyage he was made in the rust belt but his real estate fourteen of course was made by aggressively acquiring large urban buildings facing closure in the '70s and '80s frequenty putting his name on them having ball apartment in a trump building before trump was president is it a principled move to then attempt to remove his name from the building or is it just a symptom of warring too much about what the neighbors think why i think is a bit of both i there's nothing wrong in my opinion that if your building is emblazoned with the name of someone who then goes on to become particularly controversial and nothing in animal disagree that trump is at very least controversial then and this is a democratic process if enough people within that condominium vote to remove his name then i see no problem with that the being america will get embroiled in lawsuit often lawsuits in the only winners in the end will be the lowest ice wouldn't be surprised if france process within the building are affected by the fact that the name trump is and basant on it because he is so divisive nowadays nobody they are apparent august augusta hair apparently a uncivil levin trump branded buildings in may and hatton and the average price with wet puts square foot me fell seven percent in the twelve and three november which is knowing considerable when you consider the at the sums involved i'm marie it just got me thinking trump's pre existing brand was really important component of his presidential run and his ability to lean on it enabled him to pay the partly less than five dollars per vote during his white house bid about half of what clinton paid he may signal in a way forward where candidates will rely more on social media presence for example preexisting brands than traditional fundraising to attain political office eight that is the case wouldn't that be a more democratic system than we have at the moment because it's much easier to build a social media brands than to acquire the kind of contacts and normally inherited wealth necessary for traditional political run.

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