36 Burst results for "Two Days"

America Deserved to See the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Televised

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:25 min | 3 d ago

America Deserved to See the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Televised

"Of course we got the Ghislaine Maxwell's situation, and this is perhaps the most bullshit ever. This could be the trial of the century second only to O. J. Simpson. Naturally, the Jeffrey Epstein trial would have been all that and a bag of nuts, but we didn't get that because, well, either he was killed or he killed himself, but he's gone. So then you get his second in command, his gal Friday, his right hand man, Ghislaine Maxwell, I mean, I make jokes about this, but these are two people who are involved in sex trafficking, pedophilia. You know, we can't, we can't act like, oh, well, they just like to get laid and this is an awful thing these two are involved in. I can't believe we, as Americans, are not able to see this trial. I can't believe there's nobody streaming this trial. Hulu? Amazon, Netflix? Nope, Disney+, perhaps? After all, it is about kids. Can anybody? I know they can't. I'm just saying, I know the judge says, no, we're not getting any no cameras in the courtroom. So all you're going to get are people who come out of the court at night and talk to quote unquote journalists who are folks standing in the street with a microphone or an iPhone and go live. You've got to search these people out. The one correspondent, the one journalist you need to hear from regularly throughout this trial would be Vicki ward. She's somebody that has written extensively about Ghislaine Maxwell. She knows everything about her. I don't know if she's in the courtroom, I would assume she is, but we're not gonna get to see anything. And it's a shame, I think yesterday are two days ago, the first day of the trial, some people spilled out of the courtroom and talked freedom fires is that there's an Instagram page, freedom, fires, they've got this woman on the street, really interesting black woman named Joe. She's good, she likes to get information out about what she's hearing. I don't think she'll be back in there after she kind of spilled her guts as to what this looks like. So they're probably gonna deny her access, which is really a shame. We were supposed to know about this. This can't be held in a dark room with no light is shined upon it. It ain't right, man.

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Fresh update on "two days" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:07 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "two days" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

"5 8 7 5 K CBS News time two 11. We've got more on the Monday afternoon news watch. A San Rafael organization that provides meals for the homeless says it received a $5000 donation and more than a hundred turkeys following a story that we aired on kcbs about a dire shortage of the birds needed for their Thanksgiving dinner. Jeffrey schaub has the follow-up. St. Vincent de Paul society's cooks had a real problem. A nationwide turkey shortage meant they might not have enough birds to feed 500 homeless Thanksgiving night. Says on the evening before the holiday, a case CBS lister called up. They were blown away by the story that you and I did. And pledged $5000 on the spot. We're blown away by that. I mean, even when I was in the dining hall on Thanksgiving Day, someone showed up with two more turkeys and a check and, you know, so just huge impact. Stroller says in addition to the donation in just two days St. Vincent's collected a 144 turkeys. I just think that's phenomenal. Is it all from the radio? Maybe not, but what I can say is that

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NYPD: No known threats to Macy's parade, but tight security

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

NYPD: No known threats to Macy's parade, but tight security

"Police in New York say their planning tight security around the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in the wake of mass shootings in Colorado and Virginia. Police say there is no known credible threat to the event, but they say they'll deploy additional resources to ensure the festivities across the city are safe for all. The parade comes just two days after a manager at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, shot to death 6 people, and then himself, and four days after 5 people were shot to death at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Macy's is promising that the parade will be bigger and better this year than ever before, and the event is starting at 8 45 a.m. this year instead of 9 to accommodate all the balloons, floats, marching bands, and other participants. I'm Donna water

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The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 6 d ago

The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.

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Glenn Kirschner: It's Time for an Investigation Into Justice Alito

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:10 min | 6 d ago

Glenn Kirschner: It's Time for an Investigation Into Justice Alito

"You tweeted Congress if you're listening. It's time for an investigation. I'd fashion it an impeachment inquiry of justice Alito, his lies to the Senate to the American people into the late senator Ted Kennedy must be investigated because women's constitutional rights matter. Yeah, I got to get your take on this latest bombshell report about justice Alito leaking. Yeah, The New York Times made it pretty clear in its reporting. I think two days ago, a couple mister and misses Wright had dinner with another couple, mister and misses Alito, and the next day, misses Wright contacted this reverend shank is his name and said, I've got some very interesting information. No emails, please, and then she told him that basically Alito authored the hobby lobby opinion. Another opinion that basically is religion over the rule of law, and that hobby lobby is gonna win. So Alito leaked his own opinion, the hobby lobby opinion. Don't you think he probably also leaked the Dobbs opinions revoking women's constitutional privacy rights? Yeah. And then acted all huffy about it.

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Biden urges US World Cup team to `let’s go shock ’em all'

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Biden urges US World Cup team to `let’s go shock ’em all'

"President Joe Biden telephoned Friday night the American World Cup soccer team ahead of their opener against Wales urging them to let go shock them all It's this protest That's where it's coming from Coach Greg beholder said reading the phones call ID according to excerpts of a video of players listening to the call Coach put me in I'm going to play Biden began echoing John fogerty's 1985 song center field going on He said you guys I know you're the underdog but I'll tell you what man you got some of the best players in the world on your team and you're representing this country And I know you're going to play your hearts out So let's go shock them all And the players thanked Biden for his call made two days before Biden's HF birthday I'm Charles De Ledesma

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European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup

"The captains of 7 European nations won't wear armbands supporting the one love campaign in games after FIFA said the players would be shown yellow cards The decision comes three days after beer sales at stadiums was suddenly banned under pressure from the Qatari government and two days after the FIFA precedence extraordinary tirade defending the host nation's human rights record of a climb down after the FIFA threats came hours before the captains of the England Netherlands and Wales teams were due to wear the armbands in Monday's games I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Qatar's World Cup opener shows its reemergence after boycott

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Qatar's World Cup opener shows its reemergence after boycott

"Fireworks from the opening ceremony light up the sky about the elbe stadium as the opening match between gutter and Ecuador begins without any beer for sale in the stadium to be a ban imposed two days before the start of the tournament was the latest controversial snag for the global event already under scrutiny for got as human rights record and the Emirates is frantic push to ready to the nation for the most compact World Cup in history Over 1 million visitors are arriving this week to the tiny nation on the Arabian Peninsula gutter is the home to 3 million people Most of them migrant workers and has spent more than $200 billion for improvements for the games I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Rumors Swirl Around Silvergate Bank As Shares Fall

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:24 min | Last week

Rumors Swirl Around Silvergate Bank As Shares Fall

"Now in terms of contagion outside of FTX, one of the institutions that people are keeping a close watch on is silvergate bank. Silvergate bank services a huge part of this industry. In fact, it's one of the only banks that does. The crypto specialized bank operated its own proprietary to crypto settlement rails, which are used throughout the crypto space. Due to fears of its exposure to FTX, silvergate stock is down 54% this month. Institutional crypto trading platform falcon X informed its clients that it would be no longer using silvergate for clearing late this week. Falcon X said this was quote out of an abundance of caution. In line with their aim to be the quote safest counterparty during these market conditions. Optimistically then, this move doesn't necessarily indicate a problem at silvergate, just crypto platform seeking to minimize all counterparty risk, but that hasn't kept the chattering class from saying that something might be wrong at silvergate as well. What's more, the rumors around silvergate were getting worse, not better. By midday Friday, silvergate stock was down 20% in the last two days. One defender Friday came in the form of block towers area David Paul. He wrote, an update on silvergate. We've done some more analysis and our confident it's solvent, with large margin for error, as confident as we can be as non bank experts performing superficial financial analysis. It's critical and valuable infrastructure to the industry, and they've always been good faith partners to the industry. Any bank can face liquidity challenges, but silvergate structured balance sheet very defensively. And so is in great shape to deal with short term liquidity challenges.

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Qatar to ban alcoholic beer sales at World Cup stadiums

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Qatar to ban alcoholic beer sales at World Cup stadiums

"For sale of all beer with alcohol at the 8 World Cup stadiums has been banned For decision comes only two days after the soccer tournament is set to start non alcoholic beer however will still be available for fans out of the 64 matches FIFA says the decision was made following discussions between hosts country authorities and themselves champagne wine whisky and other alcohol is still expected to be served in the luxury hospitality areas at the grounds while a sudden decision like this may seem extreme in the west gutter is not governed

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 G-20 leaders end meeting condemning war but note divisions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

G-20 leaders end meeting condemning war but note divisions

"Of the group of 20 leading economies have ended their meeting by declaring that most of them strongly condemned the war in Ukraine The conflict has loomed large over the two day summit held on barley in Indonesia with the G 20 warning the war has intensified fragilities in the world's economy For some it's closing declaration is noteworthy in highlighting the war given the divisions among the group which includes not only Russia itself but also countries such as China and India that have significant

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The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

The California Governor's Wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Testified About How Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Raped Her

"Another day of cross examination for one of Harvey Weinstein's most prominent accusers Embellishment or clarification it was the focus of a series of questions put to Jennifer siebel Newsom on her second day of cross examination The issue differences between statements that the wife of California's governor made in court against Harvey Weinstein and the accounts given to police and prosecutors about the 2005 encounter that led to rape charges against the Hollywood mogul siebel Newsom holding to her story saying the details she sharing under oath now are more detailed

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President Biden Shows Weakness in Meeting With Xi

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | Last week

President Biden Shows Weakness in Meeting With Xi

"If I can start, I want to start with China, maybe contrary to the intuition of my audience because the most important thing that happened in the last two days with President Biden sitting down with president Xi. What do you think of that meeting as it's been reported out? Well, as best I can tell, I would sense that Xi Jinping kind of like the old Southwest Airlines line. I think he feels more free to move about the cabin because he confronted a president who was tired and confused in the sense of reversed. I think it's reversed. Taiwan policy, although it is very difficult to know what America policy anti Taiwan is today. Didn't speak about COVID and the fact that millions died as a result of what she seemed didn't raise fentanyl but it's destroying our communities. But instead wanted to focus on climate change and things that are much less relevant to American security. It flipped what we had done in the four years of the Trump administration trying to. Confront on every level economic diplomatic here at home. It's confront the Chinese Communist Party in the threat and instead I think that boy, can't we all just get along. I don't want to Cold War. I don't want to confront them. I just want to compete. That is a mistake. More sense that you as real weakness.

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Bergeron, Bruins beat Canucks 5-2 for 11th win in 12 games

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bergeron, Bruins beat Canucks 5-2 for 11th win in 12 games

"The bruins have continued their best start in 93 years by earning their fourth straight win 5 two versus the Canucks Patrice bergeron scored for the third time in two days At Brad Marshawn notched his 5th in just 8 games this season Hampus lindholm had three assists for the bees who also received goals from counter Clifton Pavel zacha and Thomas no shack The bruins have won 11 of their last 12 games and are 14 and two this season The 1929 30 bruins opened up 19 and two Thatcher demko stopped 27 shots for a Vancouver which fell to one in three on a 5 game road trip I'm Dave ferry

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Trump loyalist Boebert's reelection bid could go to recount

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump loyalist Boebert's reelection bid could go to recount

"A member of Congress seen as a loyalist to former president Trump is headed to a possible recount in her bid for reelection I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the race Congresswoman Lauren boebert of Colorado was known as a Republican firebrand I am proud to lead my colleagues and filing a bill to censure president Joe Biden Even heckling President Biden during a somber moment in his State of the Union address And a flag Drake coffin I know She had been seen as a lock in Colorado sprawling conservative leading third congressional district betrayal Democrat Adam frisch on election night In two days since with thousands of ballots still to be counted she's taken a roughly 800 vote lead That's a .2% margin well within the .5% margin that triggers an automatic recount I'm Ben Thomas

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Eric Tells Us About His Recent Trip to Lynchburg, Virginia

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Eric Tells Us About His Recent Trip to Lynchburg, Virginia

"I was in Lynchburg, Virginia. At Liberty University, for an amazing event, Ryan helfenbein, Ryan is amazing. And he heads up the faith and freedom center at liberty. Ryan put together this conference, Sean Foyt was there, Liz Wheeler was there, Megan basham, my hero, Megan bed she's amazing. We spend time with her. Ralph Reed was, I mean, all these friends and it was amazing and lieutenant governor mark, was it Robinson, North Carolina, who's just a fighter. It was the whole thing was incredible. But I had to leave the next day because now this is the thing. I knew I was going to be in Pittsburgh because I spoke yesterday three times at grace life church pastor pastures book and Amy schaeffer invited me to speak here in Pittsburg because I was in Harrisburg. We met whatever ten days ago when I was in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. So they invited me to be here. And then I get a phone call from you, Alvin seda, telling me, hey Eric, Saturday, which was two days ago, when you're going to be in Pittsburgh, guess what's happening in that neck of the Woods. And I said, what's happening, Alban? I've been telling the people what was happening. Well, Doug mass gianno Emmett Oz and president Donald Trump were campaigning and they had a big rally in latrobe PA. Right. So we cooked up a scheme where your identical twin brother, who I believe also had a birthday two days ago. That's right. What a coincidence. That's amazing. He picked me up from the airport. And he looked so much like you that it's kind of disturbing. It's kind of like wait a minute. You're Alvin. No, you're not Alvin. Yes, you're out, but no, you're not Alvin. Who are you?

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Ronna McDaniel: We Want Republicans Who Will Work With Biden

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Ronna McDaniel: We Want Republicans Who Will Work With Biden

"I will say this, two words of caution, and it happened yesterday. When you had ronna mcdaniel, coming out and saying if Republicans win the Senate and the House, that the message that we're sending is that we want the Republicans to work with Biden. Is that the message? Let's take a listen here. Cut ten. We need a president that's going to work across the aisle. None of this happens unless both parties are working together. So if we went back the house in the Senate, it's the American people saying to Joe Biden, we want you to work on behalf of us and we want you to work across the aisle and solve the problems that we are dealing with. Bill Clinton did that, right? After 94, when he lost those midterms, he came across and said, let's work together. It would be interesting to see if President Biden does. That's ronna mcdaniel, the chair of the RNC. And I want to be very respectful here. But may I just ask your question, what the heck is she smoking? We want to send Republicans to control Congress so we can work with Joe Biden. No, we want to stop Joe Biden. We want to stop the agenda. You see folks, this is the kind of thinking that gets Republicans in trouble. And the fact that she would say something like this just days before the election, two days before the election, she's got to be smoking something.

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From Minnesota to Peru, Day of the Dead celebrations take many forms across the Americas

AP News Radio

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

From Minnesota to Peru, Day of the Dead celebrations take many forms across the Americas

"On this week's religion roundup from Minnesota to Peru day of the dead celebrations take many forms across the Americas While many American children gobbled candy on the days after Halloween families across North and South America and the Caribbean Celebrated the day of the dead It's a day when the living remember and honor the departed But with celebration not sorrow What was once an intimate family tradition observed with home altars and visits to local cemeteries has evolved to include festivals and parades The Minnesota state capitol hosted its first ever community altar for the day of the dead Henry Jimenez sees the altar as a meaningful connection between his state and Latin America Connect me to seeing them in Mexico and El Salvador and now they're here in Minnesota Meanwhile in Haiti celebrants flocked to a cemetery in the capital Kicking off the voodoo annual two day festival of the dead And in Peru it was the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began that festival goers could take part in the tradition without restrictions Families gathered at a cemetery in Mexico City for the annual day of the dead festivities A group of traditional Aztec dancers chanted and paid their respects to the deceased It's one of Mexico's most colorful holidays It combines Roman Catholic observances of all souls day with pre Hispanic customs of offering flowers and food or even cigars and tequila to returning souls At another cemetery in southeastern Mexico a family cleans the bones of their parents in a tradition passed down through the generations in their Mayan community As she cleans the bones of her relatives Maria two says she feels the dead are with her and her family during the celebrations I'm Walter ratliff

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Nevada ACLU requests probe into alleged partisan hand-count

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Nevada ACLU requests probe into alleged partisan hand-count

"Nevada's ACLU as requested a probe into an allegedly partisan hand count Nevada's American civil liberties union wants the Republican Secretary of State barbarous sagacity to investigate why a GOP volunteer packing a handgun on her waistband kicked one of their observers out of the room where mail in ballots were being hand tallied It happened last week in Nye county a rural area 60 miles west of Las Vegas which has about 33,000 registered voters Night county commissioners voted for a hand count of every ballot in response to complaints by residents that echoed conspiracy theories about voting machines interim clerk Markov says the observer that was kicked out was tallying votes on a notepad something that is not allowed After just two days the hand count was shut down Nevada Supreme Court issued a ruling that the count had to be conducted in a way that prevents the public release of early results The ACLU had complained that among other things officials were reading the candidate's names out loud from the ballots within hearing distance of public observers confess says he submitted a new hand count plan to the Secretary of State's office that he hopes to get approved this week I'm Jennifer King

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"two days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

09:18 min | 3 months ago

"two days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Fellow and Stephen has a new book coming out in November, accidental conflict, America, China, and the clash of false narratives. Well, Steven, thank you for joining us and we didn't mean to take the words out of your mouth there about what you think about a recession coming forward, but please share your theory. Well, it's a pretty simple theory. Courtney, that is if you take fed chair J Powell at his word and I now do he wants to move monetary policy to a restrictive stance. And he's doing that from a point where the fed right now is wildly accommodative. The real federal funds rate is the best way we can measure the stance of the Federal Reserve, that's the nominal funds rate less than a year over year headline, CPI inflation rate, it's still a negative 6.2%. At the end of this year, even if inflation slows considerably further and the fed hikes rates by another a 175 basis points, the real fed funds rate will still be negative by about 2%. So all I'm saying is the real fed funds rate needs to go well above the neutral level, which over the past 60 years has been about plus 1% in real terms. It's probably got to go to two, and so you're going to take the real federal funds rate from its low last march up by ten full percentage points. That is close to but not nearly as severe as what Paul Volcker did in 19 80 to 82, and so I think we won't have a recession as bad as we had back then, but we'll definitely have a recession as the lagged impacts of this major monetary tightening start to kick in and they haven't kicked in at all right now. What do you think about what happens in the labor market right now? It's really holding up fairly well in the face of everything else that we're dealing with. I guess what's your prognosis for that worsening? How bad will it get? When will it happen? It is that what tips us into official recession because that hasn't happened yet. Well, it hasn't happened. Courtney and that's precisely the point. The fact that it hasn't happened in the fed has done a significant monetary tightening today, just tells you how much work they have to do. Chair Powell used the word that, you know, unfortunately this operation is going to involve some pain. His word, not mine. Pain means rising unemployment. So the unemployment rate's got to go probably above 5%. Hopefully not a whole lot higher than that. But it could go to 6%. And again, go back to what the type of pain that Paul Volcker had to impose on the U.S. economy to ring out inflation, he had to take the unemployment rate above 10%. We're not going to get there. The only way we're not going to get there is if the fed under Jerome Powell sticks to its words, they focused on discipline and gets that real federal funds rate into the restrictive zone in the restrictive zone is a long ways away from where we are right now. Mister roach for tens of millions of people leading up to this, I would submit, you know, they're living in a 1930s in terms of what they've been enduring. And for a lot of people, we're already in a recession, and this is not meant to be a wise guy question, but what changes if, in fact, the definition of recession is you check that box. What changes in the world? Because companies should be doing things based on what they see regardless of whether the definition is reached. Well, I don't know if anything changes the definition and we've already had two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. There are technical and who knows they may even be revised away, but obviously we're going to have to have a cumulative drop in the economy. Somewhere around one and a half to 2% and the unemployment rate is going to have to go up by one to two percentage points at a minimum that would be a garden variety recession. No shift in the definition to hit that, you're right, a lot of people are still feeling considerable discomfort right now, but it's a big economy and there's always cross currents of suffering and still prosperity in the broad fabric of an economy like the United States. And to that point, Stephen, ahead of the release of your book, obviously our economy does not operate by itself. We are in a very interconnected world. Give us sort of your theory of where you think things stand right now between the United States and China and our business and political relationships they're in. Well, they're terrible. I mean, in the last 5 years, we've gone from a trade war to a tech war to now Cold War and the title of the book says it all were in an era of accidental conflict, a conflict that didn't have to happen if it weren't for false narratives that both nations embrace toward the other. And when you're in this trajectory of escalating conflict as we have been, it doesn't take much of a spark to turn it into something far more severe than most are willing to concede and I'm very concerned about what's going on in Taiwan right now. And I think that has a strong potential to spark this accidental conflict that I write about in this new book. We look forward to reading it. Stephen roach, thank you very much for joining us here this evening on fast money. Let's go around the horn for a moment if we can and let's sort of trade out some of these comments. Bonded one, what do you make about what mister roach has to say? He has a lot of dire warnings about where we are economically and what potentially could be to come. I think he's speaking from an informed opinion and he's been around long enough to see several market boom bust cycles and what the implications are. I want to focus on the rate story only because we kind of open with that and then we kind of bounced a guy there. If what he's saying, if I understand what he's saying to be true, essentially we probably going to need to tighten another 8% or so in order to get rates back to their restrictive 2% real rate. I have a hard time seeing that, but I think that all of us as market participants need to take that into consideration as a possibility and no longer aside a zero probability of something like that happening. I would say even if you were to cut that number in the middle and then stay elevated as they've indicated that they might. I can understand why he's calling for a recession and at the worst is yet to come. The only thing that still kind of holding us in allowing them and emboldening the continued tightening is the labor market. And the longer that stays strong, the more tightening there will be and the more pain ultimately that will result. Dan. Yeah, I think it, again, it's back to that unemployment. I mean, he just said 5 or 6% unemployment. We're at three and a half percent. That is the pre-pandemic low. That was a 40 year low before the pandemic. And so if we see unemployment tick up to just 5%, I mean, what does that mean for the U.S. consumer? It means it's weakening at a time where we're seeing all these inventory issues that a lot of investors at retailers think are going to be moving out. That's only going to get worse. And then all the things that we talked about, Tim was talking about that secular shift towards semiconductors that are going into all these consumer products. And that was supposedly the tailwind. You see that slowdown. You see inventory build. So I guess the point is, it is not hard to see if the last piece of this puzzle is unemployment ticking up to see the global economy, most definitely our economy, but the global economy really taking a pause. Then throw in all the China stuff, Tim said it last week. De globalization is dead. What does that mean for the global economy, China has been a huge engine growing GDP at double digits for 20 plus years until the last few. So to me, it's just not a great environment looking for it. I know this sounds really dark. I had all of us. But it's just not a great environment and take every crisis that we've had in my career over the last 25 years in mash them all together. That's kind of what we have here, unfortunately. Yeah, it's really hard sometimes I think to look at history as a guide for this one because there's so many cross currents going on. But of course, it's what we have, so it's what we use. Well,

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"two days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"two days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"To fast money. Despite the sea of red today, energy finishing in the green, the best performing sector in the S&P 5 of the top 6 performers in the index coming from the oil patch. And natural gas continuing to rocket higher, the commodity is up more than 70% this quarter. So where do we go from here and what names stand to benefit? Tim, this is pretty incredible when you look at the energy trade compared to almost everything else on the board. Well, Christopher talked about leadership in the energy sector, and I think we have it again. And the ability to hold that $90 level in Brent or WTI, you've seen the reassertion of the thesis that to me is difficult to challenge. You can challenge demand side. You can't challenge supply side. And when it comes to knock gas, what you're also seeing is that U.S. nac gas is really a solution for Europe that is going to continue to drive, I think, smart investment coming out of the U.S.. U.S. shale players are going to have $200 billion in free cash flow in 2022. It's incredible to think that the transformation of the balance sheet. So talking about energy as a proper investment as opposed to just a trade to be caught in the middle of either a global geopolitical event or supply disruption. I think you have to think about these companies differently. And if you look at the XLF, excuse me the XLE and the breakout off of those lows and really more or less holding that 200 day, I think the price action obviously has been very constructive. You're now not buying energy on a dip. XLE is outperformed and been up almost 30% in the last 30 Sessions. So the dynamics on the macro, we heard more of it today. Libyan disruption, the fact that Iran is apparently enriching uranium. I'll let other people decide whether that's happening or not. But seeing Iranian oil flow anytime soon, I don't think so. Seeing the supply disruption in some of the issues and then OPEC meets on September 5th and I think and guys alluded to this too. I think OPEC plus and OPEC and these trips we've spent to the Middle East to see if we can buddy up. I think OPEC is going to do what's best for OPEC. And right now, that may be higher prices. I think doesn't OPEC always do what's best for OPEC. Well, your WTI is sitting just below about 97, but really natural gas disorder, what we were talking about here, leading the way higher guy you were nodding a lot during a lot of Tim's points. I don't know where you want to take off there, but I guess I'll just kick it off with natural gas there. I mean, what's the play to make when you've already seen such a big run can it continue to go? Do you play the commodity or do you actually play some of something on the equity side? Well, I mean, the equities are tough and you look at a name like and I'm not advocating this, but just for context, look at the name like tellurian, which was got just obliterated today on a day where Nat gas really didn't do all that much. So neck gas place are difficult, but you're trying to connect the dots here and I still think you say what the leopard energy names did names like we talked about them over and over again. PSX, names like APA. Oil service names of rally 30% the Tim's point probably still further room to the upside. But I'll say this, I think for emphasis, you know, a lot of things lined up for oil to go lower. The SPR release, which we can debate whether it was politically expedient or actually did something, doesn't matter. But what's really important here, I think a lot of people sold crude oil in my opinion thinking this global slowdown was going to affect demand. I totally understand that. The problem is it hasn't yet demand is still probably pre 19 level. So the demand is there. And there's no supply at least very limited supply. So to me that it does crude going higher and I think you want to stay in these levered energy names. Bono and do you believe in sort of this fundamental argument and if supply and demand are out of whack, then prices just have to go higher? Certainly, I mean, clearly with any commodities supply and demand are really going to be your drivers, but I think it's bigger than that. Previously, when we talked about the shift away from technology, what we said was, listen, the big 5 really have what others don't, and that's of cash, fortress balance sheet. That was the perceived margin of safety. Now it's free cash flow, guy Tim both mention it. It's dividend yield, and it's the inflation hedge. So we have uncertainty around all of these things. I want something that's going to return cash or going to reinvest it in a way that I believe is actually going to be accretive. I want companies that are generating significant amounts of free cash flow. You're seeing the antithesis of that in the large growth at any price type of names. You're seeing those get punished right as you're seeing names that generate excellent free cash flow kind of straight higher. And the inflation story seems to be a bit murky. So I want something that's going to give me the benefit of free cash flow and return cash to me and the offsetting of inflationary pressures if they continue to persist persist to the upside. So aside from the supply and demand story, which I do think our tailwinds for these names, I think they also offer those other three aspects that give investors a bit of calm and solace in an environment where there's just so much uncertainty and unknown. Strong financials, not too much to ask for, right? When you're looking into a different things to invest in Bono, and thank you. Well, there's a lot more fast to

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"two days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"two days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"The charts, the trades and the opportunities straight ahead. Plus, China troubles, new data showing American confidence in doing business Beijing. Is that an all time low? We'll go inside that report and see what impact this will have on our economy. And later, a buzzkill in aisle 6 a nuclear move in uranium and the energy trade that kept grinding higher or keep I should say is it continues grinding higher. I'm Courtney Reagan informal, let's leave this evening. This is fast money live from the NASDAQ market site in the heart of Times Square. On the desk tonight, we have Bono and eisen. We have Dan Nathan. Guy adami and Tim Seymour. And we will start with a market rebound running out of steam. The S&P trying and failing to bounce back after Friday's losses briefly turning positive before closing out in the red again. The Dow and NASDAQ also hosting a second day of losses. The Dow falling below its 50 day moving average for the first time in over a month, the NASDAQ, more than 25% below its record high. Meanwhile, the dollar was back in rally mode touching its highest level in over 20 years earlier in the day, treasury yields also on the rise with the ten year at its highest in two months. So as we head into the final few trading days of the month, what are moves like all this telling you Dan? Well, I think it continued to take profits in stocks that you've gained. Very nicely off the June lows here. The S&P 500 was up about 19% from those lows, the NASDAQ was up more than that. In the last two days, since chair Powell told us there's going to be some pain associated with their battle with inflation. That was not the reason why the market rallied over the course of the summer. And if you think about what has happened here, fine, I think a lot of people can get their arms around the fact that maybe we have wreaked peak levels in some of these inflationary readings, but what happens to the economy? What happens to corporate profits next is probably the thing that weighs on the stock market and retest those lows back in June. In my opinion, that we saw in the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ and I'll just say one other point. We've been talking about this really weird sort of economic environment we've been in. We had some readings about recession, but people kind of explain them away. Then they say, well, the economic data as it relates to employment is not actually suggesting that. When you think about corporate profits though, right now, companies have been able to pass through some of the adverse effects of inflation to consumers, but right now we're seeing savings rates really starting to get hit. We're seeing, again, the fed going into another phase of tightening as it relates to QT. So the cost of money has gotten a lot more expensive. So to me, I just think we're going to see companies not able to pass it through. They're going to see their margins being pressured. I think that's going to weigh on equity valuations over the next few months. What do you make of today's move to a tent rally? And then just lose steam right at the end. Sort of continuing what we ended up seeing at the end of the day on Friday. Well, I think it's better than the worst case scenario, which would have been us opening on the lows and then pressing and establishing new lows. So you did see that there was still some demand in the market as we came off from we bounced from the session lows, but you would have liked to see what I believe Steve mentioned on Friday, opening, establishing lows, and then rallying squarely up and to the right off of those lows. And we didn't see that. And I think a lot of the points that Dan mentioned are going to play through. We point to Q two earnings and we say, okay, for the most part, it looks like we've grown at about 8 to 9%. We've beat expectations, earnings haven't cratered, but it's going to take quite a bit of time for this quantitative tightening to kind of play through. It's going to take a bit more time for this narrative to play through and for us to see exactly how the consumer is going to be affected. In terms of retesting the lows, I mean, I think it's very much in the cards. We saw a P multiples expand from about 15 and a half to about 19 and now we're trading back towards 18 ish. I think these average around 15 or 16. So that does say that there is some room to the downside still to be had. And guy, what do you make about comments today from Neil kashkari? You said in an interview actually, I was happy to see how chair pals Jackson hole speech was received. I assume he means he was happy with the selloff. He saw on Friday, potentially what continued here today. Proper decorum prohibits me from saying what I really think about those comments, but I'm sure the viewing and listening audience knows given my track record with the Federal Reserve. But it's ten set on our call. And I will echo that because I thought the same thing. This was probably one of the most dovish people for the longest period of time at the Federal Reserve was sort of, I want to use the word mocking people that said this was anything but transitory. Now here we are. It seems to be as hawkish as everybody else. So I think he's finally seems to have figured it out. It's better late than never the old thing better to, you know, the best day to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the next best day is today. With that said, that's why the market took the next leg lower. And quickly, what I find really almost amusing is when the don't fight the fed mantra is in Vogue when the fed is adding liquidity. Nobody seems to wave our or blink, yet somehow don't fight the fed in this environment. Everybody seems to want to question and quite frankly, I think it's pretty simple on both ends of the spectrum. Tim, go ahead and jump in there. Guy kind of brought you in early. Well, so right. We've been critical of the 180° on fed sentiment and within the fed. What's interesting is as much as what our fed said is also what other central banks around the world also said, remember, they were in Jackson hole as well. Universally hawkish around the world, especially in places where I think there are economies have left to do. So I think the implications for the global economy, we all are doing that math. I think we've also in this early discussion on the show talked about where S&P earnings are, we're almost all the way through second quarter earnings, and it was the worst thing about second quarter earnings is that they were very good. If you're a market participant, but back to what guy said and in terms of, you know, what fighting the fed, I look at positioning in markets.

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"two days" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"two days" Discussed on podnews

"10,000 votes, the latest from our daily newsletter at pod news dot net. In just the first 48 hours, the Irish podcast awards have seen more than 10,000 votes for its listeners choice award voting remains open until mid September. No such thing as a fish, one of the biggest podcasts in the UK has launched an ad free subscription with Apple podcasts, offering two bonus monthly episodes, blueberry has previewed the programmatic advertising is coming to its customers, allowing you to enable pre roll and post roll advertising via companies that choose your show. You can expect more information next month. They, like we will be at podcast movement. Stream guys has launched a programmatic ad service for live streams and podcasts from radio broadcasters, pod buddy, an iOS app that makes animated video from your audio clips to share on social media is offering free lifetime licenses on Reddit will link to that today along with a link to a free book. Amazon's giving away David hooper's 101 podcast episode templates today. The ethics behind true crime podcasts are the focus of sky Pillsbury's the squeeze newsletter this week with an inside story of why a popular show was canceled. If you got a mysterious email from iTunes connect about correcting your banking details, you can ignore that, apparently, Craig blackley, CEO of SCA, which owns listener spoke about his company's app at a recent conference, and I am coming to podcast movement if you'd like to grab a time to chat, you can get into my diary right now at James stock cridland dot net slash, let's chat, and thank you to Shiva, Sheila D and Evo terror for becoming our latest personal supporters, we're super grateful and we look forward to seeing you in Dallas next month too. You can support us just like Evo and Sheila do at pod.

"two days" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"two days" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"Part of the story of then president Trump's movements on January 6th. And be our congressional correspondent Claudia grisales joins us now, good morning. Good morning, Steve. Okay, so what is the source for this statement that the Secret Service deleted what shirts sounds like evidence? This comes from one of many investigations into the attack, the house, January 6th committee is a high profile one, but this was the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security, which includes a Secret Service. They wrote a letter to Congress detailing a request for these messages for that two day period on January 5th and 6th of last year. This inspector general Joseph kavari said the department notified them that quote many of these texts were erased as part of a device replacement program, cavari said in a letter to congressional Homeland Security committees that the messages were deleted after the watchdog requested them as the inspector general's evaluation of events of January 6th. Does the Secret Service admit they deleted these messages? Yes, and a spokesman also said there's a false insinuation these were maliciously deleted and rather the agency started to reset their mobile phones last January, losing this data as part of a months long migration plan and added they have cooperated with this watch in every way possible. Okay, so they only push back on the idea that they did it on purpose. Right. They argue they didn't get that request for the messages until after they started deleting texts. Well, what could these messages possibly have shown? Well, remember former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified before the January 6th committee in a public hearing the story of a standoff between Trump and his lead Secret Service agent Bobby engel as Trump tried to join his supporters marching to the capitol. The president reached up towards the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. Mister engel grabbed his arm, he said, sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. We're going back to the west wing. We're not going to the capitol. Mister Trump then used his free hand to lunge towards Bobby engel. Anonymous sources around the Secret Service have reportedly disputed some of this testimony, which was given under oath, however that sparked discussion about new evidence of interests the House select January 6th committee, and these text messages may have been able to clear up that confusion. Okay, what do the many investigators do now that they seem not to be able to get the messages? Right. The chairman of the Senate Homeland Security panel Gary Peter said they need to get to the bottom of whether Secret Service destroyed federal records or the Department of Homeland Security obstructed oversight. Peter said the public deserves to have a full picture of what happened on January 6th and he'll be meeting with the inspector general capari, a spokesman for the House panel said they're also expecting such a meeting and as it turns out, the chairman of the House Homeland Security committee is Mississippi Democrat Benny Thompson. Thompson also chairs a January 6th committee, so this will likely add a whole new line of investigation for the panel, which is looking to hold a hearing next week. And issue a final report sometime in the fall. Thompson's a busy man and NPR's Claudia grisales is a busy correspondent. Thanks so much. Thank you much. Reveal the economic patterns all around us. While you swipe right and left, understand money better with the indicator, one of NPR's daily podcasts. More voices, all ears, NPR podcasts..

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"two days" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

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"two days" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Facing a second day of congressional questioning over Afghanistan. Blinken did himself no favors deciding not to show up in person. Can you tell us where you are today? Yes, I'm at the State Department couldn't couldn't be bothered to come down here and see Congress. Alright, That's great now when it came to accountability for the administration's failures in planning And execution, Blinken reverted to a familiar playbook, blaming the previous administration. We inherited a deadline. We did not inherit a plan. Blinken also is still unable to put exact numbers on remaining Americans, Green card holders and as I ve applicants left behind box news, Griff Jenkins think it can't happen to you. The Naval Academy is fired an assistant football coach Billy Ray, stuntman. Accurately refused to get a covid shot as mandated by the academy stuntman applied for a religious exemption and was denied. Head coach Can Nia Martin Blow loads calls it a big loss. Wonderful, young man. Getting great, bright future in this profession. Smart. Good recruiter, and he's going to do great things in this profession. Stuntmen had been kept away from the team working remotely as his case was being worked out Checking your money. The Dow futures are up eight points. The NASDAQ futures down three and sports sponsored by lows, the Nationals break up a no hitter bid but still fall to the Marlins. Three Nothing on Monday night Football. The Ravens blow an early lead, They fallen over time to the Raiders quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick goes on injured reserve for 6 to 8 Weeks Does he recovers from hip injury up next traffic.

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"two days" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"The milk punch. It's been the drink of the moment for too long to ignore the new york times said of them this summer in the first six months of twenty twenty one the rate of mentions of espresso martinez in. Us food and restaurant reviews is up nearly three hundred percent from the same period three years earlier. This is all according to yelps data science team which traces trends dimensions of dish names and reviews from users. There's now even a candidate and something that my martini morals will simply not allow me to get behind. I myself had my first ever espresso martini. This past february as a martini traditionalist. I took a hard stance long ago. That i'd withhold ordering anything but my traditional drink a simple tito's martini served up with two olives or maybe even some cocktail onions to mix things up. I sat at the montage hotel. The hotel where. I got married just a year before and i sipped their version of one while overlooking the waves crash from the pacific on from the lobby bar patio with three beans floating like louise. And the frothy whitecaps. My world was opened up to something i had previously been morally opposed to. I sent a single photo to the person urging me to get when the most former guest of this podcast brought merryman and he could not have approved more with each sip. Came a slowly building confidence that the night would be more and more entertaining than i had originally thought and with my skin burnt to a crisp and the perfect weather for a sweater and some shorts i felt like i had finally found at the place truthfully. I've thought about that day ever since. Was that going to be the best espresso martini. That i'll ever have. Should i have led off somewhere less picturesque in less meaningful to me or should i simply repeat that saying that. You always remember your first with everyone that i order. Now on either way might indulges in. These has been few and far between ever since not for any particular reason outside of perhaps not needing that much of a caffeine liquor combination that late in the day but one night a few weeks ago i had a bit of extra time on my hands and open night at home with nothing to truly. Do i surveyed the contents of my liquor cabinet. Only to realize that i didn't have much in the world of mixers but when i looked down beside it however i saw something that became an inspiration are an espresso machine. Hark the herald angels sing. I have espresso. i have martini. And now i've espresso martini supplies or so. I thought unfortunately for me. I got a bit ahead of myself that night as it turns out i actually did not have the correct supplies. Apparently when dick brad. So debuted the drink at fred's club in london in the nineteen eighties. He didn't simply make a normal martini with espresso in it. And when i think about how olives would mix with the bitterness of coffee i can honestly see why however when a famous model asks for something that would wake her up as well as in. Pardon my language here fuck her up. The present day concoction was born two aunts vodka. A half ounce qaluwa a half ounce of espresso or an ounce of espresso a half half ounce of simple syrup and yes three beans to garnish the top shake strain and serve and we're off to the racist. Don't want it to sweet. You can eat. You can skip either the colusa or the simple syrup or you can substitute any any of the ingredients for anything else as those small little intricacies. Or what makes martini so perfect. In general to me. So while we're all just now easing back into group dinners or just being social for that matter around espressos before a big night may be the single most perfect move if your average age group is above thirty. Put down your advil. 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Text all your friends that you think you're dying before hitting brunch lethargically walking around farting all day while dreading going to work on monday. You settle in for some dinner before knocking out. Hbo's lineup in reading. Everyone's angry tweets about it. You fall asleep and you have fever dreams about all the emails. You've ignored since thursday afternoon. But it's okay because come monday. Everything will be all right and that hangover will be a distant memory of weekends passed. That is until monday comes in your somehow. Someway still has hung over as you were the day before you wake up with the realization that you barely hit your stride and you're remm cycle because you were in and out asleep while trying to figure out if your either burning up or freezing cold walking to the bathroom to get ready for work. You rinse the weekend sludge off your body and before putting your work clothes on you. Kind of wonder did these shrink. The answer is no. They did not shrink. Your body is just bloated from the tacos and case of the post made it on saturday. Your uber on the ride home that undoubtedly hurt your rating one. You arrive at work. The goal is to drink as many cups of coffee as you had cocktails on the friday night before which is somewhere between four and six. But you're not entirely sure. The unfortunate truth is that no matter. How many coffees you have. Your energy level remain will remain at a constant state of thinking you know. This feels reminiscent of finals. Week course left for two hours and six days those emails that you ignore it on thursday you responding to them with twenty word answers when they probably deserve hundred word answers that lunch. You didn't have the energy to pack. You're replacing it with jimmy johns at your desk because you chew beaten down to do anything else that feeling that you have after you eat that veto with hot peppers and light mail which is your half ass attempt to being healthy. That's just your belt screaming for mercy so you go to the bathroom to loosen notch. The two o'clock feeling that five hour energy commercials talk about has never felt so real except in this case. It's only one o'clock in the workday is hovering around being only half over. The next four hours are feel like you're watching lord of the rings trilogy on ambien because you have no idea what's going on. It feels like twelve hours and you can barely keep your eyes open when you finally leave work. You can barely even get excited for it after all. You're just going to go home. Eat leftover pizza alone. Because it's a work night and sit uncomfortably on your couch. Watching underwhelming bachelor franchise show before getting in bed to scroll it screen for forty five minutes as your arm falls asleep. You think your sheets smell like sweat from the night prior but you also aren't entirely sure that that's just not the constant current state of your body. Today was miserable. 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"two days" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

The Sunday Scaries Podcast

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast

"There's a moment when you realize what you've done you only light in. Your bedroom isn't coming from the television. Your alarm clock or even streetlight outside instead it's beaming directly from your hand into your face when you lay your head down to rest. You had ambitions of making it to bed at a reasonable time. Instead you've now found yourself endlessly scrolling through an app. That's the time to make you do just that lose track of time and keep you up at night. of course i'm talking about tick-tock the app. That's taken over. Well pretty much everything. A few months back i discussed how hilariously dangerous going on tick tock and be at night one moment. You're turning your apple. Tv off in the next year watching some college kid drink twelve beers consecutively before drunkenly rating them. However i'm actually somewhat proud of myself or the last month or so. I've reduced my time on the app. nearly tenfold. there's been no strategy to it other than knowing. I shouldn't open it but it's lowered my overall screen time by at least ten percent since making the change and in doing so. I've also identified the various wormholes at the app. Gets me stuck in these. My friends are the most dangerously relaxing. Tick tock wormholes that will waste your time are. I is the most old man one that there could be landscape talk. I much like everyone else. Love a perfectly manicured lawn. in fact i'd go as far to say that lying on a blank on a well. Manicured lawn is a perfect hangover cure. And perhaps that's why landscape talk has rapid hands around me as someone who knows very little about lawn maintenance in general as i do not have a long currently the amount of relaxation. I get watching time last. Lawnmowers unquantifiable. do i own an edger. No but i'll be damned if i won't get lost watching a random british man edge the walkway to his house for twenty minutes before realising all the videos are essentially pretty much the same but the bush trimming oh the bush trimming. It's just the best. It's hands down the most satisfying part of landscape. Talk to trimmer perfectly shaping. The bushes the loose branches falling to the ground leaving behind a blank landscape of greenery. I get chills just thinking about it and hey maybe when i actually own a house and have some landscaping equipment of my own. This'll be the very reason. I get too far into it. We also have something that i'm calling squish talk and while i'm not sure if it's actually called squish talk that's what i'm going to call it from here on forward because that's what it is to me if that term doesn't ring any bells for you fear not it's essentially just watching high-powered machines or even just someone's hand crushing things that are satisfying to watch get crushed. If i had to guess the satisfaction i derive from this likely comes from being a child of the nineties. When nickelodeon reigns supreme in gac was pushed on us at every single commercial break but now things have kind of escalated hydraulic presses. Crushing anything from a pile of hard candy to clay razors or ice cream scoops navigating balls of sand or my favorite people taking squishy solids enforcing forcing them through strangers as a child who hated clay an art class. I almost feel like i'm having a as i trudge through accounts like oddly satisfying santana's in one that i really liked called crushing it but we also have another personal favorite of mine. Fold talk admittedly. I only follow one user. Who fits this mold. The folding lady. I don't know who she is or what she looks like. But i think. I want her to fold every single thing in my house. I'm actually jealous of anyone that she lives with because her house appears to be the most organized placed on planet earth which automatically makes it one of the most relaxing places on planet earth. Beat a towel. A pair of socks or yes even a fitted bedsheet the way in which she perfectly creases. Enfolds everything is both inspiring and addicting. Every video seems to end with one fold fitting perfectly into another just nestled in like a mother. Kuala hugging her baby have. I started putting your practices into play around my place. No no. let's not get ahead ourselves not yet but let's just say i'm in the learning phase. Another is window washing tech. Talk a beautifully clean place. Where windows are completely covered in suds. Only be be completely cleaned or shaped into something. Mind-blowing you wanna see a window washer dryer mercedes-benz logo and soap look no further. You want to see someone slowly squeezing off the outside of an office building in manhattan boy. Do i have the place for you. Traditionally speaking yes. I think there's something about the karate kid wax on wax off methodology that calms my nerves. But anytime that something can be left completely clean and symmetrical yup. I'm pretty pretty in on that in. Finally we have a personal favorite of mine. Which i think you could probably already guess. Yes it is wick. 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"two days" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Houston Matters

"In spe you can have say. Don't let it go away. take back to your place. Austin-based singer songwriter. Bob schneider with his original tune. I'm a man in houston public. Media's gary performance studio late twenty nineteen for our skyline session series before that we heard his the lord of the flies. You can find video of that and other skyline sessions performances in the arts and culture section at houston public media dot. Org schneider's on tour with a number of dates this summer in austin and dallas next houston gig is september eleventh at the heights theater. And that'll do it for today's show. The houston matters. Team includes michael hegarty. Joshua's zinn brenda ruiz's and troy schultz..

"two days" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Houston Matters

"The good thing about sports marketing and businesses that it allows us to be more diverse and allows you to put your hand in different areas to make you a more rounded person. So i think nowadays. It's unaccountable prevalent than when you see on the nineties eighties. There are obviously a bunch of different components of this. There are the teams there are the athletes themselves and then of course the brands so within that that whole sort of system who benefits the most out of good marketing you can make the argument on the team but benefits most because at the end of the day. It's their job for fans in the seats. Is there to sell merchandise job to have all those vendors to make the sports a good experience for people to go and bigger and better. Your individual brands are for the players. You'll be able to draw more people to their stands what people took it the arenas more people to the games. And that's helps a team in their revenue and their own economic because as you know sports business and everything she goes down to the players of course what at the top teams in the owner. So the more the that those guys can bring in outside money the better. Yeah so you cover the nba Do you notice any differences with how. Nba athletes use marketing versus other sports. So in the nba. I would say the marketing is more geared towards the experience of the game and why certain people follow certain players. James take example will old days of the rockets. When they had chris on james harden. The marketing was chris state farm. James harden's body armor and the the sports and everything people that Also love boasts companies. Why because they represent their favorite players. Now you'll see the prop soccer. No there aren't as many soccer muscles. I guess laying in the. Us she in nfl golf's baseball but an mba particularly the experiences of year towards the game itself. It's it's really geared towards people's affections for those players and how they can directly use those problems and related to that. I'm wondering about the the consumer experience. How does an athlete engaging with a certain brand or a certain commercial entity. Does it change the perception of that athlete and who they are as a person for some people there. There are some that that that seem more human doubts earth Depending on the products they use low people like check. You'll see a commercial for papa. John's pizza and and he's acting as the as the clerk around the desk. And now you still think. Shack is more of a humble guy because he's doing everyday job. st charles barkley doing the commercial on the on the court trying to get picked for teams. I think yes. I still got it. I thought i and it makes you work is to him. Because that's that's everything trying to be big for routine everyone's been they're having to be picked for basketball team so for the consumer. I guess it makes you more attached. That makes sense Depending on the level of activity of what. You're better player. Akkad is doing the commercial the marketing experience as oh as a potential for downside manage on st players. You always see so much trouble. I can go is the brand advertising. We'll discuss because you're attaching your name to accompany and there are touching their name to you so if you're doing something that's not right on the public company or brennan is gonna always wanna put those those those agreements now the good side. Obviously it makes a bigger impact on the society. Of course there are good good and bad side toward the end of the day. It's going to be up to the athlete himself to dictate what happens in we heard kelley echo. Nba writer for the athletic. And before that jason esca mia film critic with eskimo tv they spoke with houston matters..

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"two days" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Houston Matters

"My toxic reality which is just unbelievable and he recited it by heart and making friends with him and feeling like i'm part of his crew. Now he's a little bit part. My crew is has been very good for him it for my mental health. And there's this Lovely activist in puerto rico. Colibri on the show and her idea actually. Is that the unit of political. Change is the neighborhood. You know this whole scary thing. We've got to do world action on the trance state level correct but like how do we get there. One way would be to team up with the people in your neighborhood and campaign for things like you know like let's not have so many leaf blowers because they're quite nasty and give me a summer and whatever what do you hope. People will take away from the series gos- I hope they'll take away a feeling that they're not alone. Actually they're actually live hundreds of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of millions of people and in the end billions. Who actually care about this. You know like even if you think you don't care it's sort of like those people i don't care because kind of like the back of you have a funny feeling you you might timothy. Morton is a professor of english at rice university. And he is also the host of the bbc radio series. The end of the world has already happened timothy morton as always. Thanks for talking with us. It's an honor and a pleasure. My conversation with timothy morton took place in february of twenty twenty good thing. There wasn't a looming endemic hanging over us when we talked about the end of the world. you can check out. One of his episodes of the bbc series. The end of the world has already happened. We've posted a link to it at houston matters dot org just ahead. This month's the bigger picture delves into modern athletes and endorsement says a new space jam film hits theaters. The original was born from a series of nike commercials featuring michael jordan and bugs. Bunny stay with us as houston matters. Continues this houston matters on craig cohen. The summer olympics bring with them not just hopes of metal but for some lucky athletes. A payday in the form of commercial. Endorsements no-one cashed in more successfully in the nineteen eighties nineties than nba superstar. Michael jordan. There was a time it seemed when he'd show up in every commercial break among is more popular. Ads were series for nike featuring jordan alongside. Bugs bunny in one ad played basketball against a team of aliens. And someone somewhere said. Let's turn that into a movie so they did now a sequel to space jam come to theaters this time. Starring lebron james now it seems we have these space jam cinematic universe. It all started with a product endorsement. Deal the subject of this month. The bigger picture. What is this. i'm a cartoon. What chap daf. Hello everyone my name. Is jason me up. And i am from eskimos. He got net and your residential high school teachers. Welsh and i'm josh was in producer for houston matters jason today. We're talking about space jam. A new legacy. If you remember the old one you remember it was michael jordan and the looney tunes playing basketball and this time around. We have lebron james and the looney tunes playing basketball There's really not much more to it than that right..

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"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"And when i saw this i thought to myself. This could be an audio book or an audio trauma and it's sounds really interesting it at because i love spy stuff and working star trek. Starfleet intelligence is really really cool to me. It just makes her even cooler. I feel like. I would love to hear this as an audio book or an audio trauma. I e you know think well most of the sardar novels. At least the ones are leases audiobooks. But i think it all depends who's actually near rating audiobook whether scooter person and i'm a nerd. Classic book nerd have will book in my hand years or anything like that. I tried it is just not for me with the field ages wrote a book so audible person to but having like the data audio wrong is something entirely different and would be really cool Decided to in sayings. Because i know the finish story this. I've never had any of them. There is supposed to be really really good and a new really good job with them. And i think it started is to die into action. There would be a huge market. Ironically with my dabbling with dr who my favorite doctors usually end up being the ones that do the audio dramas with the exception of the late. Jon pertwee Paul mcgann Christopher eccleston and i think peter capaldi has done some recent ones. I i love the idea of michelle michelle hurd reading this audiobook and may be getting some of the cast. Probably not patrick. Stewart because that would cost money. I love that idea and give no. Maybe i'm just gonna put it into the ether and see if the will of the prophets can carry my word star trek audio dramas. Who knows but you know the way is worded. I how much a car actually ladies. And because i am not a. I'm not a big fish. Finishing people are. But i have read all of the current ones so all discovery era an carter once. They have really how that book for that. Never mind this fall coming but a lot of these stories that they're telling they center around the characters that other folks around so this story's made me underground. He and raf zemin. Okay is the main character. The story really cool threes on these folks especially when you have got every were very much. Mike story Other than you have these books editor telling side stories about stay Ruined silly end. George ago Which are really fun to dive into and their time doing the same thing with the car novels. First car novels folks around him. Run on regular roy and other car had very little to all and an excellent is folks senior radios and so i think Just really getting to see the stories that focus around reels rocky win the means of. Lana lana card. Basically focus on the card so get died in an learn more characters. That makes these books. So i have my qualms with star trek because so far but the characters that i really like i absolutely love and roffe is one of them and rio says the other. I'm really looking forward to fleshing out these new characters more it's kinda theme with me and my star trek fan now. I want nunu more new star trek. But we're getting some heather. We're getting some. And i'm excited about that because i i'm just ready for. I'm just ready for new star trek. I really am apologies to everybody out there with that watches all star trek on heroes and icons i i jumped off. I have not been doing a lot of classic star trek viewing recently. How about you heather. Have you know not really I have a month to rewatch leading loan before you of fun fun. That might be a thing that we'll both do might be a thing we do all right. We'll brainstorm that in the meantime Thank you heather Hope you feel better soon. Everybody send heather some love at nerdy gal thirty three. He's great follow her. Follow the podcast at prom trek pod. And listen to us wherever you get your podcasts. It's it's all over the place. Everybody of rama's i've i've worked painstakingly to make it available for you at prom trek pod so until next time when we get ever closer to brand new star trek walk with the prosper live long and prophets. And you for listening in the bar and just talk and everybody's heads off..

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"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"Do world and all over. Well anything else they wanna talk about. So you're out you're not gonna have any information very often that that's fair that's fair and lower deck's to This panel will include lower deck's who for my money had about as good of a first season of star trek as you can hope for. Expectations are high for lower deck season. Two when you say yeah. They're definitely high. But i i think they will too. I feel like they're so much. Love for star trek all over lower deck's that they they pretty much. It almost feels like they can't miss because they just get it so much that they get what people are asking for from them at people know what they want from lower deck's and they're gonna give it to him so if nothing else if we get like a really funny trailer for season two of lower deck's i'll be happy but a little bit about strange. New worlds would probably make other people. Happy to move added. Probably right allie. Right probably right. Which brings me to a little confession heather I gotta tell you. I i hate to come off as entitled. And that's not what i'm trying to do and i'm willing to be patient of course last year with the pandemic The post production for discovery season three got pushed off for a little bit and that was completely understandable. And it's completely understandable here with the state of the world. But i kinda what some new star trek had our accounting want some new star trek in. I'm getting a little billion the about it. Well the all 'cause i mean. This is literally actually one word month to lower next mirrors and we're recording slowly. Release tomorrow july well so literally one more month man what that is. I completely forgot about that date. I completely forgot so you know what thank you. Thank you heather. That's that's totally cool. That's totally okay. I think right now of the new star trek that is premiering hopefully in twenty twenty one or early twenty twenty two. i'd say lower deck's is the one. I'm looking forward to the most. I think it might be because it just kind of came out of nowhere and was so enjoyable and so much fun for me. So thank you for telling me that. Thank you for reminding me that. The next season of lower deck's really isn't that far away. That's that's very reassuring. I really appreciate that. It's put it in our podcasting perspective. We only have one more episode of after this long when we have no talk about talk about oh man. Thank god. But i'm ready. I don't know about you in. I don't know about our listeners. But i'm ready. I'm ready for some new star. Trek already taught me to all right. So we've got a one more bit of upcoming business. I thought this was really intriguing. Because i'll be honest. Everybody the star trek books in the star trek. Novels have never been something. I've dove too deeply into but this one really caught my attention. it really did In twenty twenty two april twenty six twenty twenty two there will be a star. Trek picard novel entitled star trek. Second self and this will revolve around ruffy According to the plot it. Here's the description. Following the explosive events seen in season one of star trek picard roffe muscular finds herself torn between her old life as a starfleet intelligence officer or something a little more tame teaching at the academy. Perhaps the decision is made for her though when a message from an old contact. A romulus spy is received. Asking for immediate aid with the help of christopher and dr agnes giradi and assistance from zone luc picard roffe decides to take on this critical mission and quickly learns that past sins. Never stay buried. Finding the truth will be complicated and deadly. I've said that coming out of star trek card sees one. I absolutely loved ruffy. I loved her character. I loved michelle hurts. Performance and more from her to me is a win. So i feel like one. This might be a star trek novel. That i pick up and it would be the first in a really really long time. I love the roffe character and heather. I'm going to throw one out at. You gonna throw it out at shoo in and listeners. Let me know what you think about. This project pod on twitter. Tell me what you think. Heather you like the doctor who right you enjoy the time he wind me. yes now. One big part of the doctor who franchise is the audio dramas. they'll get a paul mcgann I know christopher eccleston has recently been doing some audio dramas..

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"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"It for sure. I plan to. I plan to Now speaking of theatrical screenings for star trek movies weren't going a little bit out of order. But we're going come back around let's jump into new business and talk about the news from star trek that star trek for the voyage home aka. The one with the whales will be showing at fathom events for specials theatrical screenings in august. We're going to get a theatrical weekend for star trek four. This is really cool. And and i'm gonna talk a little bit about this. I'm going to gush abell theatrical screenings for a little bit but i really like this choice of a movie because i think this is one that people can really rally around heather. I i really think that this was a good choice. Oh was i know. I have seen the one of the point of. It's in a long long long long long long time. And again he means you in hatton is that is coming to the always would be very issues to make sure i watch it again because i am a sutter four federal theatricals screenings. And i think there's just some experience watching the movie on a big mediator agreeing that it is launching Your computer phone home it. it's so It is the way movies made being zoo. It steph and more. I could not agree more in. I love theatrical screenings. Like this that that are special events Because from the anime side of thanks. This is something that happens. Semi-frequently with a lot of anime theatrical releases and i have seen them become real big community gatherings and saying they're almost like many conventions when these things go down for example a couple of years ago when The the dragon. Ball z movies battle of the gods and the movies from dragon ball super were being aired in the theaters limited screenings. You saw so many fans just intermingling. And just celebrating their love of this franchise and it was such a fun event to be a part of more than just seeing the movie on the big screen. it was just a great opportunity to be around. People like minded people a. I think that this is exactly what this is going to be. I think people are going to be looking to get out. I think people are going to look forward to seeing this movie It's directed by leonard. Nimoy it's got an environmentalist story catherine hicks in it. Why love and everything and i. I'm really excited. I will be getting tickets as soon as i can. I'm looking forward to hopefully seeing some people at my screening. That might even be in qasr play because that happens with things like this and i just think it's really cool so jazzed. He later all. But i had been to sewn special. The activists the asheville screenings in my area particularly of who which got huge crowds. Like you re for the enemies so the democrats are out there. You just hit it at the right time with right movie and i think that the most wanted to turn that a lot of people. I completely agree then before you know. We'll have the motion picture to do it all over again all right so also it new business Anson mount You might have heard of him out. He's he's an actor nothing too big. He doesn't have a whole lot going on He tweeted that star trek strange. New worlds is wrapping up. Its first season of production. It's it's nearly done and while we don't officially have a premier date yet. I feel like if they're this close to finishing production. Were probably going to get a date very soon and dare. I say it might even be at the animation showcase at san diego comic con. Now it's saying that at cbo comecon. It's going to be focusing on star trek prodigy and lower deck's but heather. I think that. I i will say i would not be surprised if we get a little bit more from star trek a san diego comic con. Because if we're this close to wrapping up season one of strange new worlds. I think something's coming you know you don't think so. I think that they any world show exactly how much everyone is reading for. It and you are not going to get any news. Very last second comes to that. So like their rob here at the last anyway way like two weeks from now we do that. They're gonna leave you hanging in a says for this show as long as humanly possible. Because i mean we say over for the discovery in. They started filming a little bit before world a trailer for season two card which started filling around the world. We could have had world trailer. I know there's no reason why we got that for. They're using not to show you thing because they know strange new worlds right now. They own hype skyrocket. Even more not an win. Anything about the. John is waiting to be all up. Prodigy refining prodigy. Were finally going to get a priority for variety and.

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"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

Delta Juliet Mike Media

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media

"Hey everybody david here. Thanks for listening to this episode of prominent merchants There was a bit of a technical issue. There was something going on That was a little bit funky with heather's microphone So her voice got doubled up a little bit We are working on that and it should be taken care of and rectified in the next episode. So thank you all for understanding and in the meantime enjoy the show. So did you see the thing that i said about mourn. Okay let me pull it up. It was like a question someone was asking. Let me see if i can pull this up. it was. Okay it was a captain rio He put up a poll whether it was either mourn or linus morin one obviously so meet me being me wanting to stir the pot i said linus was an exceptional starfleet officer who even cut the favor of emperor georgia and i said about mourn. Mourn was like gossiping drunk. Would shut up. And then i put an all caps. Yeah i said it. And i hashtag heartache. That's what's up. Cool cats cuties. This is the promenade. Merchants podcast star trek podcast out on the frontier. Sit down and grab a rock to gino as david majors and heather curvy. Talk all things star trek old new and what's to come. The prominent merchants are open for business. What's up everybody. Welcome to the prominent merchants. Podcast your third favourite completely independent star trek podcast. I'm david majors. I am accompanied by my intrepid. Co host miss heather kirby fighting through the dreaded. Summer cold heather. Thanks for coming on Thank you thank you And trying to make as we third favorite's kiki lower in the bar. Podcast after that after that whole chakothi and seven of nine thing. I'm sure that. I got some people mad at me for that. So and then there was that thing. I said about more in a couple of days ago on twitter so i i'm a little bit of a troll. You got a real men. Sometimes i can. I can throw a little bit in but we're still here. We're still talking about star trek and we're actually starting to get a little bit more stuff to talk about star. Trek is starting to rev up. Were were coming out of space dock again soon and we're going to jump been heather we we got got a pretty good amount of star trek stuff to talk about this time all right so for new episodes of new listeners of the podcast We do this with a little bit of a format of our own. We start with the old business will go into the new business things that are kind of happening right now and then we'll look at upcoming business. That's a little bit further out a little bit later. But starting with the old business. It was announced that star trek the motion picture in all its glory. We'll be restored for four k. hd with the director's edition being fully restored with an all new remastered soundtrack. I am really excited for this one. I love the idea of seeing this particular movie with how visually challenging and visually ahead of its time. It was in theaters. I love that thought. Maybe it'll happen and we'll get to that in a little bit later in new business It's been reported that the restoration take a six to eight months. Which tells me it's it's going to take a lot. And it will launch exclusively. I on paramount plus so time start dating those paramount plus subscriptions everybody 'cause star trek starting to come back around Heather this is really going to be cool. I think i definitely think wall k. Minutes to you. I love but i am not like the crazy film person who thinks that's like for high definition really matters and that i i can't tell the difference. Okay i tell the difference. But what i think is really cool star trek soundtrack. Out of all louis. Reading after's is waiting to be Mazing so for not giving crap out h. e. but the soundtrack is going to be. Well you you did the exactly the fact that you're supposed to do your brought one thing up with the soundtrack which is great while also kind of downplaying something else I am someone who can appreciate of visual film experience. I've set on the podcast. Before i got to see the first star trek j.j. Abrams movie when it debuted and premiered. I got to see that in. I max and was that amazing so i can appreciate a four k. Hd film experience. i. I'm i'm looking forward to that I do think that this is the movie to do it. If we're gonna talk about star trek movies this is the one because this was for its time. Even nineteen seventy-nine was so ahead of its time in terms of visual effects in terms of graphics This is i think maybe the best example of why certain films are so much more enjoyable on a big screen as opposed to say like on a computer screen or or on your tv. I really feel like this will be a visual spectacle in. I think they chose this star trek movie in particular for that reason. All i can really i actually. I got to see picture on screen Two years ago when it did it affect theaters for forty anniversary of and it was an incredible. So i think Remastered or on a huge movie screening. Would eating red will pay.

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"two days" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"two days" Discussed on KGO 810

"It seems overwhelming to you well It doesn't have to be balance of nature might be the key to helping you get the fruit and veggies you need every single day. Let's hear from some real life customers who have tried balance of nature and have experienced the benefits of getting that daily recommended amount of fruits and veggies. And then when I talked to them, they were talking about a difference in me, and I said, I think it's this product and I mentioned it to them. And one thing they said, was that I act younger guy. You know, I seem to have more energy and I didn't even think about those aspects of it. After listening to them and then thinking about it, Um, this is the way that I ended up saying it was that if I were to say that I stopped 10 years younger. That would be a lie because it's more like 15. That's just the truth. I mean, I feel I feel energy I feel, you know. And even like my memory, and you know little things I attribute attributed to the balance of nature because that's surely my diet hasn't changed at all. And I definitely was getting a cold. I mean, I you know the chills and the sweating at night. Until for two days. It was only two days. I doubled my gut, and I actually think that's that's what picked it and I feel 200% Now I am very happy with this product. I'll be 89 less than two months. I have a very healthy diet and have for many, many years. I'm very physically active. I'm very I eat mostly Mediterranean diet. And I eat most of my shopping his produce. I added this because I'm very frisky, active person, and I thought, Well, maybe I could even riskier And guess what I am. Um, I'm I'm used to be, since I've been older than taking an hour long nap every day and then tearing it up the rest of the time Now, I set the timer for an hour. And I'm wide awake in about 25 minutes, and that's it for the day, and I'm I'm really, uh, the police with what This is then was taking three by three. Because of Covid. I haven't been going to the nursery. I'm an avid gardener, and I haven't been going. But I finally got a brave enough to go to the nursery and pick up some plants for winter. And the next day I spent 7.5 hours total digging in the garden without Feeling tired, and at the end of the day, I did my typical 30 minute walk around the neighborhood feeling wonderful, So that's a testament to this product, too. I'm doing wonderful. I've never had a problem. I had major surgery three years ago, and my doctors like I don't know what you're doing. He goes that for your age, not to be on any medications. And he said, And I was not even a week out Post op and I was already healing and he's like whatever you're doing. Keep doing it. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I certainly have have success with the balance of nature. I have more energy than I've ever had before, And I just feel so much better. You know, I just do And I think I look better. It's all about fruits and vegetables, you know, and my doctors are amazed at it. And they can't figure out why night. Oh, well, I think what it is, is that I'm taking battle into nature. And they said, Well, whatever you're doing, keep doing out so Love your product. Get a wide variety of all your daily recommended servings of whole fruits and vegetables without having to leave your home right now. Bounce of nature is offering.

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