32 Burst results for "Two Three Weeks"
Microsoft to launch Xbox Series X in November
"Than fifty new games planned for this year across generations and optimized for series x including assassin's creed Mahala dirt five years tactics, which is already out. watchdogs legion, which will be like what two three weeks old thep point. Yuccas Dragon, which is what is out. Is that. I it's a launch game for Series Act I don't know and it's already out Japan right? Right right. Right. So that's kind of Gosh. That's like the extent of the new games like a satellite. The literally are leading with Third Party Games asked creed. That statement. Other others most new games developed for xbox series acts on launching with Xbox game pass including exclusives like the medium scorn and tetris effect connected. And then the third bullet point is just a bunch of existing games optimize take full advantage of series acts. Such as force and four years five or in the will of the whips. Madden. NFL. Twenty one.
PRO TALK with Rick Watson
"Brick Watson is a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you so much for agreeing to do this all. Thank you for having me Pat and it's a pleasure to be on your show. we were talking before the show. The last time we ran into each other was with the home builders show in Las Vegas, and as you pointed out, the world has changed a lot since then. Things have changed as I said, just a little bit since then but you know what a great show you know. I love when you guys come in and talk to us about our new products and things like that. It's it's. It's an exciting show. I really love to do that show. I'm not in my white coat day. So sorry about that. We explain that you wear a lab coat when you're talking to folks at the builders show yes I do I am the Doctor Watch son if you will of paint. So are you able to to work from home or are you going into the office? What's going on with your work life? Well? I'm actually as you can see, I'm in my office I've been back in my office for two three weeks up to a month or so So we do have some people still in the doing their jobs from home quite effectively, and we have a a lot of number of folks still a coming actually down to the offices. Well. So where's your attended? Where's your office in downtown Cleveland Ohio? Can you tell me? What exactly it is you do for Sharon Williams and. If you've been there a long time and if you worked for other paint. Companies. Well my boss wonders what I do as well but no, that's that's just a joke. So. So when I, again, the Director Product Information Technical Services. So what we do in in my office is a number of things. One we help bring new products to life and you're aware of the new products that we introduced at the ibis So what we do is we help commercialise those products from data pages information from labels that you see on those cans to bringing that product to life in a number of our systems you we create, and we also maintain all of that information over our existing stores. product portfolio. So we also have under under my area. If you will. We also have what's called a product hotline and we have about ten agents that actually take a lot of calls from our stores and all of our field people when they have questions about product or say you would call in your store or something you would call in and need some help on. A. Specific Specification on how to paint this piece him aluminum or whatever it may be We have agents that will actually take care of that as well. How do you train those people? They must have to know a ton of stuff. Well yes. Yeah. Typically you know what we what we talk about is. When you're in the field, you kinda get It get trained really quick in the field. Put it that way you know you're dealing with contractors coming in a lot in there, asking all these questions. So it it's kind of like repetition. So if you've been out in the field ten plus years, you've seen a lot So all of our agents of. Roughly twenty I think it was around twenty two years of service with Sherwin Williams on average. So, we have some agents that are thirty five years and was Sherwin Williams I have thirty three years in with Sherwin. Williams. So you know what's a lot of knowledge that you gain over a period of time working on the phones or in the as well? Did you start in a paint store or as a painter or are you a chemist? What's what's your background? How does one become this person? Well actually. In order to get myself through college a friend of mine I started a paint company little paint company painting houses in the summer, and when we come home from from school and the brakes, we would go to houses and pain inside or outside whatever. And it just so happened one day. There was a career fair at Ball State University where I went school Sherwin Williams was there. You know I was a little bit cocky I said Hey I used your paint and a the manager there said why don't you come and interview I said Okay I will. So long story short I interviewed started as a management training person. And went to commercial store in Fort Wayne Indiana. And from there I worked as the operations manager for a few months and then became a sales rep and from sales rep. I did that greatest job in the company. I love being a sales rep going out talking with contractors you know getting my hands dirty getting closed you know closed dirty you name it a great job. But I wanted to change. So I went into managing a store. And then from a store, went to open up brand new store. And then realize you know i. you know that that's a lot of lifting you know my ankles and the knees hurt. So I said maybe I should use my head in my mouth and then came to Cleveland and worked in our product hotline for a number of years, and then just basically progressed up into the director of product information.
(Anti)Trust issues and the OnePlus Nord (with Nick Gray of Phandroid)
"Hello everybody and welcome to the pocket weekly podcast hosted by yours truly. Regarded what's going on? This week, we have nick great editor in chief of Android back on the show and the two of US talk about a couple of the main stories to come out outside of devices in the first half of this episode. Mainly, the fact that the four big tech giant their CEO's basically put on trial in front of Congress, and we just give some speculation behind all of the antitrust issues that were brought up. But of course given when this episode was recorded in one, it is coming out. One of our main stories is going to be around the oneplus Nord the next couple of weeks are going to be. Really. Crazy. So if you are listening to this right now and you're not following the pocket now weekly podcast in your favorite podcasting APP, make sure you hit that follow button because a lot of stuff is coming up pretty soon Samsung unpacked is next week and as I'm recording this intro, the Pixel for a has been made official. We don't quite have our units yet We're still working on that, but you can rest assured that both pocket and myself over on my channel we'll have content coming up very soon on the new affordable pixel device. But for now enjoyed this episode between me and Nick Graha Fan droid. I don't understand how you haven't had this setup already for podcasting and whatnot. We've had you on the show a bunch and you only just today to do this. Well I mean we have been podcasting over instagram live so it's not like it's the best setup anyways because you're using a smartphone to record. So have the real camera out now and yes, I don't know if you can hear it in the background, but my laptop is. On overdrive because I have the camera software transmitting to Ob yes, and then s transmitting to are streaming platform now. So my laptop, the fans are like. which which laptop is it just my own curiosity. Why make book thirteen pro Okay hopefully it doesn't like. Yeah. It's you seem fine right now but I've tried doing oh bs on facebook pros before and honestly in just in laptops in general and I've had mixed results. So yeah, I mean this one's the year and a half old. It's the laptop that I do all my four K. video editing on. So we handle four K. video editing I'm hoping it will keep up with this but yeah, it is. Turning away, keeping those fans boosted up not to the Max about middle. I feel like. Since you just. Go. No. Okay. I thought I. saw that my over here stopped going. But I think. Okay. Cool. A little bit of a background thing and this is kind of on a personal note I'm actually really excited because. Half, because of the opportunity that pocket now has provided me but also because I've just been making the effort to move into other categories. You just mentioned laptops. I'm really excited because it looks like all doing some pretty awesome laptops coming up and can't wait because. It's nice to get away from smartphones once in. Awhile. It is it is I. Mean I've done. I haven't done that many laptops. I've done a handful of chromebooks. Pixel. Book. And I have an MSI laptop here that I need to review once we get through this. Wave of smartphones and I have some extra time because as you know there, there is no extra time right now with all the devices that are coming out. Speaking of that. This is not one of our main topics for the show. It's part of our low check in here. I sent you that link right that Google's using the hell out of everybody right now. What is rolling everybody? Yeah. What exactly is this like? That's Latin. Right. That's on the page. Well, it's it's the usual filler text that you have on a dummy website. The our Laura them. And they essentially created a dummy page for an upcoming smartphone but they tweaked the wording just a little bit because there are words that seemed to imply smartphone type. Things like just the in the title there's The low light. Low Light Teneh Cap Kerem megapixel lum long lasting. Is that Vaccari, up yeah. So like in in the link description, you sent me here in Telegram I. If you read that out, that's in the page description. So like they they played a little bit around with it just to. Make It look like they've done a little bit extra effort than just slapping some some fake words in there as dummy place holders but because I. Think, of Pixel for a is coming sometime soon who knows we've been saying that from what? Since quarantine four months since? I I actually wrote an article about two three weeks before. Google before it was cancelled. Saying Google might actually launch it before I o based off of some of the leaks that we were we were seeing and that one turned out to be wrong the Oh, the Hubris of the publication. Gosh. All my gosh. That's why as the one of the reasons why I'm happy where I, I am in my little pocket of Youtube because. I. I don't have to do the rumors and whatnot I know that that's a common portion of Tech U2 is to be like Oh what are we going to look forward to I'm like what the thing is nothing is confirmed. Why would I talk about? What's an unconfirmed? Deals with that on the daily does all members and all that. So I mean I may covers it really well with the pocket now daily and honestly I'm like. Didn't you just cover this yesterday? You've done it like four days in a row. But Hey, there was leaks and news stories for days in a row about features and specifications that are coming up on a new device and on. After awhile you know writing for publication and writing tech media for years now I am so tired about writing leaks and. Rumors and speculation articles because. It's just a repeat of the same story last week with one extra
A very Canadian solution to a problem well hopefully never face
"At the heart of today's topic is a problem. That Canada will hopefully never face when you just have to look around the world to see how devastating it can be when it does happen in a muddy field outside on an army of bulldozers is breaking ground racing to build up thousand bed hospital to treat victims of the corona virus the Congo. This French train is far from the usual bags and suitcases. This high speed service has been requisitioned for medical use the makeshift hospital and the javits center now is taking patients and there is another field hospital going up this in central park. If covert nineteen spikes again and overwhelms our healthcare system. Canadian officials will have to act quickly. They will need to create a task force and develop a plan to handle the overflow. Who will put that plan together? How fast can they do it? Where will the building go? Where will the beds go where we'll the nurses dress? How does a field hospital come together while sitting on some of their desks will be a very Canadian document to help them? Figure that out because it turns out that almost every place in Canada from our biggest cities to our smallest towns as a facility that is ready and waiting to be turned into a makeshift hospital. I mean you can probably guess what that is. But I don't want to spoil the surprise. The story of how this plan came together and exactly what would need to be done to execute while. That's also very Canadian. And so right. After Claire gives us an update on cove nineteen in Canada. Today I am pleased to present a very good news story. Both because of the fact that this document exists and because so far at least it looks like it won't be needed so clear. How are we doing? Canada marked a grim milestone on Monday. Topping five thousand deaths from Kovic nineteen and most of those more than three thousand are in Quebec despite this schools in Quebec outside of the Montreal area have reopened with restrictions in place schools in Montreal are set to reopen may twenty fifth in British Columbia Phase. Two of the reopening plan will start next week if the cove nineteen situation. There remains as steady as it's been so phase two means. Some businesses will be allowed to reopen with some restrictions in place and people will be allowed to gather in groups of up to six people after the Victoria Day long weekend. Bbc's provincial health officer. Dr Bonnie Henry cautioned everyone to be patient and calm in the coming weeks. Ontario saw another day of decline in cases of covert nineteen on Monday and the province's chief medical officer of health. Dr David Williams said the province is anticipating whether or not it can begin the next phase of recovery. Despite this terrier state of emergency is expected to be extended today until June second as of Monday evening sixty nine thousand nine hundred and eighty-one cases of covert nineteen in Canada with five thousand one hundred deaths. I'm Jordan he's Rawlings. Is the big story. Kennedy Smith is the managing principal of an engineering firm called integral group and He started down a long process that led to an interesting Potentially Very Canadian solution to a problem. Kenny hi I'm doing all right thanks My first question for you is just. How did the group that began? This process come together. And what was its original intention in a weekend to work from home or a couple of weeks and I was. I was sat home one night and I just start thinking by you know. How can we respond as a design construction operations community to help what's going on in the world and and more locally within our community My wife is a is a narcis sick kids. So I also start getting a bit of fear around if if additional facilities or temperatures were needed in if they're if they're put up too quickly or a certain way it may actually create another area of risk for people working within them. So I just started thinking about you know. How can we respond for the right reasons as a community? And I reached I. I'd just can reach site to some some people in Lincoln and made an open call just to whoever was interested. Whoever was willing to put forward their own personal time adds to help right across our industry. So everything from architecture engineering fabrication construction operation. Everything just kind of put it out there. And the response was fantastic. And a lot of people responded. I think I think people were kind of looking for an opportunity to help in any way they could. And and this gave them this this platform to do it So a lot of people responded and we just kind of kicked it off and started from there really moving beyond that we we started speaking to some people on the on the user side trying to understand the actual needs of healthcare professionals the hospitals. And I'm the timelines 'cause you know we're we're used to designing and constructing sewer lengthy timeline. So you know right off the right out of the gate. They told us You know these things if their needs Would NEED TO BE IMPLEMENTED WITHIN. Can of two three weeks so a create this very very fast rapids requirement. We realized that we essentially had a week to try and pull something together with team. Yeah so then. We kicked off and started going. What was the first step? I guess In that process. And what were you considering as you sort of looked around at what might be available? It was it was quite crazy. I mean I think usually you've got some more time to really reflect and gather ideas across in many different groups in this scenario you've got a lot of people That have amazing ideas but you also have to make decisions very quickly to to try and move things forward so the first step was just kinda committing to a building type and kind of moving forward with a design and construction at a church for that building type. How many different kinds of buildings did you look at? And what was the that you had? So I think initially we. We started thinking on a large scale when you saw what was happening across the rest of the world in the UK in the United States where there were retrofit saying no major convention centers arenas airports we we. I started thinking about that and then after speaking to the healthcare user groups of Front we realized that maybe a more scalable solution would be better based on the on the needs as they came in so something that wasn't necessarily a too large scale Something that was more medium scale that we could actually implement some better measures to control the The clinical functions of space and air movement. Things like that so we first started considering large and then we started thinking what is a good can building type. On that museum scale that could be easily replicated first of all locally but an essentially anywhere in Canada we thought about hotels. There is a really good opportunity with hotels for People who couldn't self isolate People who couldn't get into amp shelters Could you know accommodate the needy and The people that needs to be helped on they could safely self isolate but in terms of a clinical function. It's Kinda hard to and I'm with the constant Clinton and maintaining the conditions in that space. So yeah we landed very quickly on arenas and then very quickly on ice arenas and you know is very Canadian response They are located all over the commune insane over Canada and the buildings themselves. Although there's there's there's variations of them the main components of these buildings don't really differ that much so you have the kind of ice arena where the WASHROOMS are entranceways Asi. Tin Area Zamboni entrances. You know these. These are all things that remain pretty consistent across any facility so if we could create a designer or sponsor runs one it could easily be replicated across any so. I think that's that's how we can have whittled a dining came to that as that building site so I think everybody listening can kind of picture either a professional hockey arena or their own local arena with the same kind of characteristics. When you're starting with that what do you then have to do? In order to convert it into something that can really help patients and also maintain safety like what does that actually look like on the ground. If you were to put this into action I mean I mean the first thing you've got to consider as what are the clinical functions you know what's it going to be used for? What do the healthcare professionals need in that space? And then can hide you separate out the building to maintain separation between kind of clean and clean supplies or supplies. 'em Hygiene tain separation between people and processing people can come in and and and leaving so we very quickly came Syria. A consensus with the team with some amazing healthcare plan ours. About how do we can chop up the space and very kind of basic terms to separate and maintain these functions so it was really using that main ice arena space to to have patients fitted and embeds comfortably? That could be checked on and could be tended to And then some of the exterior spaces could be fitted for the healthcare professionals storage of supplies and and then maintain some of the base building function so still maintaining the washroom areas and the change rooms for healthcare professionals and patients alike and then in the exterior spaces at most of these locations or surrounded by parking There's there's usually space around them so we had opportunities to also include four temporary trailers or additional spaces to store equipment and to put in additional mechanical equipment to maybe have some some temporary areas for doctors nurses to actually get some downtime and to hang out so You know we could kind of add to it like Lego blocks and as as where needed with I really doing too much to the existing infrastructure. Yeah I've taken a look just at one of the little plans you kind of sketched out yet. Looks Amazingly Just like a hockey arena only It's been transformed. Did you game out? How long that would take you and how much it would cost. And how quickly you can set it up. Because I know we've heard things from around the world of you know how quickly China has thrown up field hospitals or quickly. New York has transferred stuff. So what's the timeline in the cost there so I mean the cost is something
PS4's Big Exclusives Shift Release Dates
"Learned at the beginning of this week. we'll start with the news and then get into the like less every aspect of it but we did learn the last of US part two and go sushi. Mahathir Randy released its The last of US part. Two's coming June nineteenth. I believe I'm going to double check. That and go. Sushi is July seventeenth so A. Yeah Ace what ended up. Originally being an indefinite move was a three ish week. Move for the last of us are two and a ghost which was originally supposed to come out at the end of June June twenty-sixth. Obviously it would not be great to release those two major. Ps Four Games within a week of each other so this gives ghosts some breathing room in between. How do we feel about these new release dates? Obviously they're close. We don't have to wait too long for them. Feel about them. Yeah I mean like we will. We spent a lot of times vacating. How far pot goes to Sushi? Mid would be to the loss of US yesteryear. You know that was. That was off now. Things have changed and I don't really care if it's two games to playstation exclusives are released relatively close together because I'm going to be playing more to the very end because I have that time And I think it's it's super exciting. I said that the last of us to make that really dramatic sort of cool. But I'm very pleased that it's like now. We have a definitive release date once. I love you phrase this not as two new games. Got Delayed again. Two brand new release dates. Yeah see I was expecting to get kicked down the road a little bit in like honestly a three week. Delay is not that bad and I was actually kind of kind of bummed out by the delayed indefinitely. Because that's like that's like Mama Data. You're getting back together and it's like well we're separated into definitely. That's a serious since and upsetting. So that's what I that's the weird thing about. The word is indefinitely can go both ways. Right indefinitely could mean this game has cancelled like obviously. It wasn't for the last of us that no one ever thought. That was the case for the last of us but it could mean that in certain contexts Or it could just mean a couple of weeks like it. It's a word that genuinely can like just mean we don't know as the word they use pretty much and that's what it being. I agree that generally people think of it as a like glass half empty kind of thing. Someone that's got a negative relationship like we've separated indefinitely. No one's like It sounds like it could go either way. It's like that relationship is that is that is a done deal my friend. Lopiano or celebrating the dates Max. Not because it's like yeah. It's two three week delays her dog. I'm with you. It's it's a little tiny like little sliver of of something being definite that we. It's not like tend to believe. Agile that what hold onto. What's really funny about them to is like we went in expecting. This could be a long delay. Like how close could this get to the? Ps Five launch. Theoretically like what we see them go to the fall. My guess is it probably was a massive logistical thing to figure out of like. Oh what does the distribution pipeline look like as as unsavory? Some other stuff is that we can get to in a second. I do think the weird like little details. We don't know about this delay. Probably have a lot of business stuff that is just very boring to a mass audience. So that's why we don't hear about it like they had to figure out getting things to stores getting things on digital making sure countries might be able to support that stuff on the Internet side and I totally prefer this where they say as early as they know has lasted much. Isn't gonNA come out when we think it's good when you think it's GonNa come out than the alternative which is right now. We learn that last of US IS DELAYED THREE WEEKS. Right like yeah. I prefer they tell you. Tell US early on that. They know something is coming with a delay and they just don't quite know what yet like at much more preferable to me than finding very very late. Yeah it's I would prefer the way that we found out this recently and I think something that you know. Maybe they were looking at it or not In between those announcements or at least like information that we got since the announcement of the delay and now is we saw a major game like final fantasy seven. Hit THREE POINT. Five million units Despite the supplier constraints despite the issues going on the world. Obviously that games Copies were already out manufactured to a certain extent but maybe seeing the success that that game had animal crossing makes them think. Okay maybe we can still have successful launch even with these concerns for a game. This big and final fantasy did not have a clean launch ray. A final fantasy came out early in Australia. It was hard to get and other places like that was a messy launch and it still did really really well so yeah. I was surprised about inspired and I think these released as our solid especially considering all other forms of entertainment are on pause like TV. Shows can't film all movies except for tenant from Christopher Nolan have been delayed in the summer so June and July are pretty empty months for entertainment so to have these two major blockbuster games ever stuck at home. Pretty Good Pretty. Good audience to have at your fingertips. I do WANNA mention though. We did reach out because when a less of US got delayed ironman. Vr was also delayed. And it wasn't mentioned in this update. We reached out to Sony and they said expect news on that in the coming weeks now again like the word indefinitely the coming weeks could be next week. It could be twelve weeks from now. I don't know but Hopefully we get word on that. Game's release
Pixar’s ‘Onward’ Being Released Early on Digital and Disney Plus
"Topics are on board is getting a surprise early release on digital platform weeks after opening in theaters Disney announced that the movie on word will be available to buy digitally starting Friday and it will be on Disney plus April third like Friday today Friday yeah you'll be able to buy it this Friday so that's the latest Disney Pixar movie that was released about three weeks ago two three weeks ago and starting out so let's see local time seven PM today which is some days a week is it I don't know you know what I'll just say like what is it probably twenty dollars yeah probably twenty dollars about this is that for me that's it that's the worst thing if you're desperate to take the kids to a movie you'd spend way more than that to the actual theater popcorn is a lot cheaper that
Hope for Alzheimers and Dementia
"And today we're going to discuss with you a very sensitive subject. Many of you have a family loved ones out there. That have had this experience. And you're hoping to avoid it as well because of watching them it is called for Alzheimer's and dementia and Doctor this is going to discuss with us today. Many ways that we can start recognizing if we're headed towards one of these terrible diseases down the road Natural products that we can do in supplementation. That could help. Slow it down and I don't know about reversing it. He's GonNa talk to us about that also and we have lots and lots of questions to get to. The you guys have been kind enough to send to us and we're going to make sure we try to answer as many of those as we can as long as we can remember right. I with that being said Dr Lewis. Can You Tell US exactly what you want to tell people today about Alzheimer's and dementia and give them some hope. Y- you know. I always write about two or three hours worth of notes in bullet points for this thirty minute show so please forgive me for not getting around everything First of all. It's a very devastating disease and mark my words what you're going to see in the very near future like ten fifteen twenty years is we're going to lose a great amount of America's workforce because You know how wonderful insurance companies are. They're going to say well. You know we're going to quit covering this and this and this and this and so you're gonNA have to take one of the two workers from your house. The male female to stay at home take care of mom or dad with dementia Alzheimer's So that's GonNa really hurt. America's workforce the the town to treat something. You know. I'm a contractor. We can't treat anything with with supplements but where did we lose our faith in God to realize that our if you put in something really really good your body's going to work within do good so the time to deal with it is before you get it now. I saw dementia slash Alzheimer's and you need to go to a neurologist. If you suspect you have this I love medical profession and you should be doing our program also in addition to I all coming in my mother when she was entered. I guess mid Sixty S and my brother Dr James Lewis who's incredibly brilliant contractor so we started giving my mother lots and lots of stuff and she was a willing participant and we put off dementia slash Alzheimer until. It didn't really kick her but she got around eighty eight to ninety to ninety two. It really got her but That's better than letting it progress in her mid sixties and have ever in in tiger down that terrible road when she seventy so we put it off about twenty five years Here's the problem and again. I'm not a medical. I go to medical doctors I love. Medical doctors had the greatest respect for their knowledge and their commitment to helping people get well but there was an article in the paper the other day. This is drugs. Fail to slow decline inherited. Alzheimer's disease now inherited would imply that. It's genetic but as you know if you've listened to me there's so many of our genes that will not express bad things if you get rid of environmental toxins and increase nutrients and you know to a thinking man or woman you say well. If you increase no chance you're gonNA automatically Detox Bango. You just won the prize. That's true so it. That article talked about the fatal drugs. Fail TO PREVENT OR SLOW. The mental decline They were trying to remove harmful protein. That builds up into Brian to these people leading to you know. Bad dementia The problem with that is and I'm not anti-drug but it's like you've got eighty holes in your roof and it's about to come a thunderstorm and you're trying to patch one. That's what you're doing with the drug. You're not getting to the underlying. Cause will you talked about your mother going into that at a later stage I remember her being much younger. And we thought she was going into dementia and Alzheimer's and they had just put her on an an acid reducer. So that right. I hadn't even forgot that story. Which is one of the signs of dementia Alzheimer's but sometimes it's just dress Yeah My sister called me and says you know Steven my mom. You Know Mamas making coffee with no water into pie. She's turned it trying to turn on the gas stove can't get it going. And she's looking in the mirror and talking to herself thinking she's talking to someone else and she's urinating freely and cannot have a bowel movement. I said Oh good. Lord I'm booked up and I said I'd never mind. I'll cancel everybody on the books and I went to see your well. They just put on a new acid reducer and not that. Those things aren't necessary and appropriate but I said well she's not going to get any B twelve you know out of her mate and we'll get further into that during the questions but I said if you've got to take it for feeling good understand that and I gave her medical doctor the all the research about you know B twelve deficiency and how that can decrease brain function and I said at the very least place. Give her a shot over. Wake well her cute little. Md She. I guess got offended. She wouldn't do it so I had to put Mamo massive doses of B. Twelve. You can't put somebody on the RDA because you're not gonNA absorb it. You gotta put them on massive doses and has got to be the good stuff and she popped out of it in about two three weeks. She has a brand new woman and that was many years before she actually did develop dementia. So sometimes it can be drug induced and you think that they're going down this slippery slope open at something they're taking And and blood pressure medicines and other one that that does that it. It'll make them be like they're somewhere else you know. We had them walk in our office that way. And they don't know what's going on and it turned out to be their blood pressure medication so it could be several. It can be statin drugs. We see that very very often and again. I don't interfere with medical. You know what the what they do. So we'll talk to your md about this. Here's the book. Here's the research. Read that One of the worst insults from a hormonal point of view is one of the worst insults to the Bryant stress. Because then you're adrenals get stressed release. Cortisol we see people with super-duper High Cortisol than it you know eventually gets battalion. Whereas craps out goes down to. Oh we had one in here. Yesterday had five on his cortisol. So we'll no wonder you feel like hack. And you have anxiety on top of that and can't remember and he runs a multimillion dollar business. This has a very bad effect on the hop. Thelma's and they're somewhere in my notes. GotTa hope we get to it. I'll just mention it now. You have to feed the hippocampus. That's not a college for Hippos. That's part of your brain and I did a little research and there's a specific type. You know we always sell the methyl. B twelve the good stuff but there's only one company on no that makes Olympic acid and auto Janet. I said I know I know I keep asking you to buy all these supplements. I started remembering things. I remember the code to our Condo in Branson for months before and went on and on and on it's called T. M. G. which is trauma thylacine. Which is a major methyl donor which means major detoxification? But it has a violin acid which feeds the hippocampus which helps tremendously with short term energy. So for those of you that walk into the next room and have a senior moment because we laugh about it because it's easier to laugh about it and saying Oh crap Mg Are you have to strategically place all of your items? You can see him again when you get in the room Engine twelve flashlights. Hanging around. Because I forgot where I left last seven but I've always got one somewhere except they migrate like wildebeest. I may all be an RV. And I have to bring them back into the house but so stress. You know you've got to deal with that Hypo methylated which lack of be complex. And I've got notes here somewhere. It's be twelve it's B. Six and has to be activated. Be Six it has to be five. M T H F met foul in or Quadraphonic plus that for Lennick. Acid is little bit different than the folic. So you got to be very very careful. Janet can you hand me that the one over there that that bottle is says Omega? Yes you're okay. Here's what I'm GonNa Tell You folks. 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Be Your Own Valentine With Karen McGregor
"You probably realized already that this is the week when you're going to hear a lot of talk about Valentine's Day and showing those around you how much you love them. But have you. You thought about being your own Valentine this year whether you're single or coupled there are things you can do to feel more fulfilled in your relationships and with yourself Karen. Earn McGregor is a leadership expert and bestselling author of several books including her upcoming release. The towel of influence. She joins us this week to talk about. How are we can change our approach to love and relationships to find greater joy. CAIRN welcome to live happy. Now thank you so much for having me here. This is such a great time to talk to you because we're getting a lot of messages about love this month. Today's topic we're talking about how to be your own Ballantyne but before all the married people in a couple of people shut off. I think we should point out that. We're not just talking about single people right even. If you're in a relationship you need to learn how to be your own Ballantyne absolutely. I think it's so important that we really look within and see what is it that bothering us. And and what is it that not okay within us the potentially could affect our relationship with our loved one or if single and we tend to. You may not do that as much as we should. We tend to look what we want from the other person more than looking inward back out what we need to be presenting that true that so true. Yes I think most of us when we get into a love relationship or when we're seeking someone someone as a mate. I think that we generally tend to make long list of requirements. That really really need to be met in order for us to be happy and since you know your show is all about that. I really WANNA point out that. That's probably the biggest mistake that I've seeing people make. And I've I've made it myself is to really have increasing number of preferences so as an example when you live with with someone you may find over the years that you just have more and more preferences about the way they act the way they talk the way they walk and and you know in the work that I've done with my book. The Dow vins weren't always say that if we want to be truly influential in the world if we want should be true leaders in the world. We have to come from a place of not meeting anything to happen in order to be people filled and happy. Yes we're going to do. Things are going to take action. But we don't actually need it out of some lacquer fear within so I think that's really key. We change that perspective. What then happens because I know a lot of times. What you're looking for comes to you when you stop looking and when you start accepting your moment. Is it kind of like that. When you stop making this list of demands Chroma partner you get really well. I think the first thing thing is getting back to your theme is that you really do become happier more fulfilled person the catch. I find sometimes with people who talk about the law of attraction is that you never want to do something as the transactional behaviors. If you say well. I'm going to overlook that my husband doesn't pick up his talk 'cause I'm a bigger person than that. It doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to have her filled happy state. Because now you've put it in your mind that you're going to rise above this but really. It's it's almost like creating a new checklist of these are the things I'm not going to do. In order to get this result and the same thing with law of attraction I think if we come from a place of lack and fear and pushing and transaction. Then we're always hoping for the greater result that I agree with you that when we let go of all of that when we really focus on internal happiness and not needing anything from anyone else truly not needing anything when we get there. You're then you're absolutely right. Our life flows things. Come to us and you'll myself personally financially. Things their way better her when I don't hang onto preferences and needs and things like that so I think that's really the key to successful relationships. You know speaking of Valentine Day and it's one thing to understand that that makes sense it's another thing entirely to put it into action because it's not necessarily I nature to just say all right I'm not going to obsess on that. So how do we start living that way being able to accept except ourselves and being able to accept where we are and that we don't need other element we don't need other person. Yes well I think the first thing is and thank you for asking because the how to always so important isn't it you talk about it but we do need the. How'd you the first first thing for me is to become committed to the practice of watching my thought and how my thought get triggered into the emotion and more thoughts and then I get stuck on that thing. That's bothering me and so for me. The biggest practice that I've done that made such a huge difference. In part of my book is to really see how an initial thought ought can get carried away in to all of the emotion and more thoughts. So once you observe yourself getting into. Let's say you know you don't like what someone has said to you. And maybe it's a loved one or you're single and somebody said some insensitive thing and when you hear hear that initially most people are going to go to their old runes about the am not good enough and this whatever this person said is proving it and subconsciously subconsciously. We do it consciously but it comes out as a hurt and so we feel that hurt and then the next what in our head is usually either defensive or withdrawn so we usually lean in to try and defend ourselves and get what we want or we run away and escape escape that which we don't want so it's one of the two typically and so when you watch yourself lean in in order back away based on that initial thought you can actually and this was true. Actually stop it in that moment and how you stop. It is also a practice. You might come down and you'll be right uh-huh and so her knee. I actually find that. It helps first of all to be gentle on myself. You know this is something that's GonNa take for most people if they're committed to it. It'll take years of practice not just overnight but I find even within two three weeks. The people have remarkable changes. If they keep up the practice right so you just breathe in and you watch and you visualize your thought. Almost moved like they could be an object floating down a river and you just watch them float down the river and then when the next one comes you watch that float down the river as well well and for some people like myself you know. I really enjoy the art of meditating. You know and so that he if you have a moment just quiet time to breathe and allowed. US got to float down the river. That's wonderful for some people. It's more movement committee so as you're watching yourself. Let go with the thoughts. You're running or you're exercising or something to get rid of the energy it has presented itself a Lotta people spend years and years and therapy. I'm certainly not against it. I just feel that everybody I've met. We all have ruined. Some of US have learned to cope with them really well but I feel that the best practice for for all of us is to start to be aware that we don't need our mind to control us. We need to control our mind the other other way around.
The Number 1 Productivity Hack To Get Things Done When Your List Is A Mile Long!
"Hey this jury and in today's podcast on talk to you about something that basically impact everybody. It doesn't matter whether you are a complete beginner or just starting out in your business and you try to figure out how everything works or your already an accomplished you know enterpreneur you have. The team are working for you. Maybe you are already in the seven bigger or eight bigger a level and so everything seems to be working for you. You know it. It doesn't really care who you are. And at which level you are. I guarantee at some point you struggle with this as well and so what I want to talk to you about. Today is obviously thrive activity. And so how do you really get more done and more accomplished in the same time that everybody else has? So how do you make more out of your day and you know? I'm not going to pretend that I have figured this out. And this is the perfect blueprint that I'm going to give you and that you know as soon as you will start this blueprint everything will change. I'm not saying that but I will. I will share with you. What works for me and what I have found to be most effective for me to move my business forward and obviously you know. I have a team as well. But this applies to meet individually right. I don't apply that to my team. I apply that to me individually because team just helps you accelerate the business It really doesn't help you to shorten your to do list because we as humans have this tendency to you know get more war to want more regardless of how much we have done all ready. And that's why you know if you are someone who is driven passionate who wants to get more out of your life. You will always have a lot to do list if you will need to tackle and so you know the number one thing that I do know there to be obviously productive. Productive is to you know. I I write everything down and the reason why I do that. I WANNA have a micro and macro level view on everything that I need to do so I really just take a piece of paper and list everything down just number one two three and I don't look at a particular order. I just write everything that is in my had. So what whatever I can think about whatever I think I need to do. You know I write that down and once I have done that then. I have two things that I really look for when I look at the to do list and does obviously the number one thing is urgent. Thanks right so is there. Is there something that if I will not do it today but I will not do it this week? Something bad is going to happen. Is there something on that list? That can hurt my business. Hurt my life On a big level that you probably know if I don't do this right now today or this week or something horrible going to happen so I look at that person. I ride that on a separate list as as the most important thing at that moment in time right but then the second thing that I look at is I look at that sort of the mid level importance or I should say that you know how something is important in the time of. Let's say two three weeks from now you know. Is there something on my list that could impact profoundly? E My business. If I would tackle that to do you know right now and would it be impacted. I would see within the next two three weeks and the reason. Why is because if you do this every single day what what will end up happening? Is that your to do list. Will mainly consist banks that are going to be important over the period of you know next two three weeks so you end up working on really important stuff that on a mid level moves your business and your life forward now when you have that list done you know the most important thing to do here is not to rush on execution and this is what a lot of people advises everybody says unique to tackle it immediately as soon as you come in the morning it soon as you're ready to start your Taco the number one thing on the list. I personally don't do that what I do instead. I take a pause. I take for example I go out for fifteen minute walk or drive to a coffee shop to grab a cup of coffee or something like that so I can get my mind out of that environment where I created that to do less right because you know. Environment consists of energy and in certain energy And so you WANNA get out of that for a moment so you can look at that from the outside right and then we done dose fifty to fifteen thirty minutes. I really assess with her. What I was thinking super urgent is really urgent. And whether it's really needs to be done this way or it can actually sacrifice that loss and instead move onto something which will impact my business after maybe three weeks or something like that and then I also look at those those higher impact Stop and think about that whether that really is that important and the most important thing I should be doing right now so call my business is going to be impacted if I will. You know Do those thanks. That will have a consequence in a period of two three weeks. So these are mine productivity hacks and You know everybody everybody can have their own. Obviously you know you will figure out how to do something. you know to accomplish thinks Based on who you are based your personality but this is what it works for me for example right now but according podcast but actually took a break. I went out to drive to a coffee shop to grab a coffee and while I was driving I was recording this podcast for you. And this is also a productivity hack. Where like it's not super important for me to put it out right now but he will have a positive impact on my business over the larger periods of time right so after some time it will have an impact on my business. Which is why I. I'm doing this right. So this is how you can start to tackle it and obviously you know it doesn't matter which level you are You you will face an issue where you have too much to do and you still need to figure out ways to focus on what's really really can move your business forward
"two three weeks" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"But well this is the Ben Shapiro show so today a historic day and kind of historically stupid day the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi has announced to impeachment charges against the president of the United States Donald J. trump impeachment charges number one is abuse of power impeachment charges number two is obstruction of Congress both of these charges are extraordinarily vague and it's pretty unprecedented they have an impeachment hearing on the basis of charges that aren't actually criminal in any serious way joining us online discusses senator Ted Cruz representative Texas is elected to the Senate in twenty twelve of course dinner cruise thanks much for your time men always good to be with you so I'm sure you had a chance at this point take a look at the short articles of impeachment presented by the Democrats my take on that is that it is pretty obvious that they have constructed charges that aren't actually criminal because they don't have the material for criminal charges so abuse of power this art abuse of power charges not wedded to a bribery charge they can sing bribery over and over bribery is not actually charge is that has legal elements instead they go with a far bigger standard suggesting that president trump exchanged a thing of value and did so by ignoring injuring national security which is not really a standard of intent and one post instruction Congress I've yet to see an apparently doesn't exist any impeachment charges they don't combine obstruction of justice with obstruction of Congress what do you make of charges well Ben today is a stunning day an important day it's it's it's where the house has effectively admitted that the entire result of their impeachment proceeding has down nothing has been not a single violation of criminal law has been not a violation of any federal law whatsoever reading these articles of impeachment they're only nine pages I've read them in their entirety and and and if it's it is on its face a a confession of defeat the house Democrats are gonna go through their partisan both they're gonna vote out these articles but it is an admission that everything they've been saying for months was not borne out by the at the guild rewind just just two three weeks ago two three weeks ago you'll recall every house Democrats began shifting their language to use the word bribery they'll get same bribery rubber bribery the reason for that is the democratic congressional campaign committee had holder they done focus groups and they discovered well people think bribery is really bad so we should call it bribery because that that holds really badly the problem is the facts don't demonstrate that the evidence doesn't demonstrate that and and you know that the house Democrats revealed that their failure this past weekend when they put out a a fifty five page report the call of the scholarly report I is effective laughable in in which they said we don't have to demonstrate a violation of criminal law would demonstrate along a violation of any longer to prove the president had a speeding ticket we can just it impeach were essentially whatever we want to end it and that is profoundly constant contribution the constitution sets out a standard for impeachment imprint peach for the president the president can be impeached for freedom bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors I'll use the word other there is important because it suggests the treason bribery are both themselves high crimes and misdemeanors and the category high crime in mid misdemeanors is the same sort of categories you know that the basic legal cannon of interpretation what the Democrats are saying here they can't prove any crimes but they're impeaching the president anyway because they hate him and disagree with them politically that is an abuse of the constitutional process and and and and it really is a sad day in our nation's history yes senator Cruz one of the things the Democrats have been saying it and this to me is actually verging into a danger area they said in twenty sixteen that president trump if you lost to not accept the results of the election of course president trump made sounds like that in some of the debate and I thought to myself leading good and then Hillary Clinton lost never accepted the results of the election Stacey Abrams in Georgia lost they never accepted the results of the election now Democrats are openly stating I mean openly hello she said this Jerry Nadler said this they're both saying quite openly that if trump is not impeach that the results of the twenty twenty election have to be pre emptively called into question because trump is the kind of guy who will cheat we don't have to have proof of him cheating we don't have to have proof that the election is a legitimate we'll just assume straight out that he's not impeach that any victory trump wins in twenty twenty is not legitimate I don't know how Republican function or the circumstances well unfortunately the partisan Democrats have have been so consumed with rage that they decided that one of the things they're opposed to is democracy there are pros opposed to the democratic process the so in in the Democrats world Donald Trump didn't win in twenty sixteen that elections are legitimate if he wins again they believe that will be a legitimate look you have Democrats Stacey Abrams claim she was elected governor of of Georgia they they they live in in a world where facts don't matter and the votes of the people don't matter all that matters is if you're a sufficiently woke leftist and otherwise democracy the that that they fundamentally declared themselves enemy enemies up look this is the reason we're saying impeachment voted on in in Congress is because house Democrats have never accepted the presidential election they decided they wanted to impeach the president in November of twenty sixteen and they're mad at the American people for voting for him that that that that that is disgraceful and and it's wrong well speaking of disgraceful and wrong over the weekend you appeared on Chuck Todd's program which in itself senator Cruz I have to say I mean decisions but your your parents at times program and you and you had the temerity to suggest that Ukraine had interfered with the twenty sixteen election and try Todd laughed aloud and in it and then had a bunch had one suggesting your Russian stooge for saying this a couple of things can be for one the Russians certainly interfered in the election they they hacked into the DNC according to best available information they released a bunch of those emails they're attempting to put things on Facebook affective that was I have my doubts about but it is also true no and not to the same extent but there were reports in political and The New York Times about Ukrainian embassy working with Alexander Chiluba from the DNC in order to find information about him Paul man a fort the the president's you sometime chief of staff in his campaign yes it was publicly reported the idea that that Ukraine had nothing to do with the election I'm the wilderness to as to how folks like Chuck Todd laughing again as busy our well it is bizarre it and it actually underscores the media is in a panic the Democrats are in a panic with these articles of impeachment as I said on the face they are on their face third mission of defeat the reason the media in panic if if their entire narratives collapse stated that they're seeing what the house has been doing they look at the media there used to be a top Chuck Todd is someone who knows how to be an actual journalist but in the age of trump people who who who used to be journalist of the band and it did just become Parsons and and and they're they're they're they're scared because they see that that that that the house Democrats didn't produce the evidence that they want it you know if you look at the phone call that is the whole center of this whole discussion folk phone call with the head of Ukraine's Olympic president trump asked him to investigate two things number one investigate possible Ukrainian interference in the twenty sixteen election now as you noted it is absolutely true that Russia tried interfere in our twenty sixteen elections unquestionably true it is also true that a whole lot of other countries did as well that China to try try to do so that North Korea tried to do so and that Ukraine tried to do so there's abundant evidence that Ukraine tried to do so the sitting ambassador from Ukraine rotor not bad blasting Donald Trump during the twenty sixteen election attacking him they pushed it out on on on the the embassies official official email list look that is bizarre it is it is a bizarre thing for a sitting ambassador from a foreign country intervene in the middle of the U. S. presidential election that just generally doesn't happen not only that the sitting interior secretary publicly blasted Donald Trump not only that the former prime minister publicly blasted Donald Trump not only that two Ukrainian parliamentarians held a press conference in which they said that the government agency and you crave it legally and contrary Ukrainian law tried to directly intervene in the U. S. selection those are all facts and by the way the easiest source of those facts is reporting as you noted in politico and The New York Times in the Financial Times in the economists are all of those are out there the media knows this so what happened what happened is really two things number one substantively the media's okay with Ukrainian it interference in the twenty sixteen election because it was in favor of Hillary Clinton the media all agree with they they want Hillary Clinton wind so they don't they don't care about the interference of it happens to agree with their partisan leaning so it number two they just decided it is suddenly inconvenient to their narrative because because the media has taken on the role they are adamant Adams yes press secretary in any here's the game they try to play with anyone points out well yeah you you crane did interfere and even more fundamentally there is is very significant evidence of corruption with hunter Biden make it eighty three thousand dollars a month to sit on the border the biggest natural gas company in Ukraine with no natural gas experience a million Bucks a year while his father the vice president has publicly dragoness you watch the video he's brag that he told that the head of Ukraine he would block a billion dollars in aid unless they fired the prosecutor that was potentially investigating the board hunter Biden was sitting this is the the company on on whose board her body was that it it kind of event and the media doesn't want to cover a word of it and if anyone brings it up they call you a Russian assets so so on Sunday The Washington Post without a hint of shame call me a Russian assets I mean that's and and they called they they call anyone who actually points to fact ironically citing the New York times they say your Russian asset if you cite the New York times if you cite political it is bizarre in it and it's a sign of job of just how desperate they're getting senator Cruz obviously the the house by watering down the nature of impeachment they set up a future where pretty much anybody can be impeached for any political disagreement and and this is it out this is not what the founders foresaw as.
"two three weeks" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Well this is the Ben Shapiro shows today and historic day and kind of historically stupid day the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi has announced to impeachment charges against the president of the United States Donald J. trump impeachment charges number one is abuse of power impeachment charges number two is obstruction of Congress both of these charges are extra nearly vague and it's pretty unprecedented they have an impeachment hearing on the basis of charges that aren't actually criminal in any serious way joining us online discusses senator Ted Cruz representative of Texas is elected to the Senate in twenty twelve of course center Chris thanks much for your time men always good to be with you so I'm sure you had a chance at this point take a look at the short articles of impeachment presented by the Democrats my take on that is that it is pretty obvious that they have constructed charges that aren't actually criminal because they don't have the material for criminal charges so abuse of power this art abuse of power charges not wedded to a bribery charge the catching bribery over and over bribery is not actually charges that has legal elements instead they go with a far bigger standard suggesting that president trump exchanged a thing of value and did so by ignoring injuring national security which is not really a standard of intent and what comes to the structure of Congress I've yet to see an apparently doesn't exist any impeachment charges that don't combine obstruction of justice with obstruction of Congress what do you make of charges well Ben today is a stunning day an important day it's it's it's where the house has effectively admitted that the entire result of their impeachment proceeding has been nothing has been not a single violation of criminal law has been not a violation of any federal law whatsoever reading these articles of impeachment they're only nine pages I read them in their entirety and and and it gets it is on its face a a confession of defeat the house Democrats are gonna go through their partisan both thinking about out these articles but it is an admission that everything they've been saying for months was not borne out by the F. B. you know rewind just just two three weeks ago two three weeks ago if you'll recall every house Democrats began shifting their language to use the word bribery they'll guessing bribery bribery bribery the reason for that is the democratic congressional campaign committee had holder they done focus groups and they discovered while people think bribery is really bad so we should call it bribery because that that polls really badly the problem is the facts don't demonstrate that the evidence doesn't demonstrate that and and you know that the house Democrats revealed that their failure this past weekend when they put out a a fifty five page report like all of the scholarly report I. is defective laughable in in which they said we don't have to demonstrate a violation of criminal law would demonstrate along a violation of any longer to prove the president had a speeding ticket we can just it in page for essentially whatever we want to and and that is profoundly constitute contribution the constitution stepped out a standard for impeachment effort peach for the president the president can be impeached for treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors I'll use the word other there is important because it suggests the treason and bribery are both themselves high crimes and misdemeanors and the category high crime emit misdemeanors is the same sort of categories you know that the basic legal cannon of interpretation what the Democrats are saying here they can't prove any crimes but they're impeaching the president anyway because they hate him and disagree with them politically that is an abuse of the constitutional process and and and and it really is a sad day in our nation's history yes senator Cruz one of the things the Democrats have been saying and and this to me is actually verging into a danger area they said in twenty sixteen that president trump if you've lost you not accept the results of the election of course president trump made sounds like that in some of the debates and I thought to myself leading good and then Hillary Clinton lost never accepted the results of the election Stacey Abrams in Georgia lost they never accepted the results of the election now Democrats are openly stating I mean openly hello she said this Jerry Nadler said this they're both saying quite openly that if trump is not impeach that the results of the twenty twenty election have to be pre emptively called into question because trump is the kind of guy who will treat we don't have to have proof of him cheating we don't have to have proof that the election is illegitimate we'll just assume straight out that he's not impeach that any victory trump wins in twenty twenty is not legitimate I don't know how Republican function or the circumstances well unfortunately the partisan Democrats have have been so consumed with rage that they decided that one of the things they're opposed to is democracy there are pros opposed to the democratic process the so in in the Democrats world Donald Trump didn't win in twenty sixteen that election diligent I mean if you win again they believe that will be illegitimate you have Democrats Stacey Abrams claim she was elected governor of of Georgia they they they live in in a world where facts don't matter and the votes of the people don't matter all that matters is if you're a sufficiently woke leftist and otherwise democracy the that that they fundamentally declared themselves enemies enemies of book this is the reason we're saying impeachment voted on in in Congress is because house Democrats have never accepted the presidential election they decided they wanted to impeach the president in November of twenty sixteen and they're mad at the American people for voting for and that led to that that is disgraceful and and it's wrong well speaking of disgraceful around over the weekend you appeared on Chuck Todd's program which in itself senator Cruz I have to say I mean decisions but you cannot check test program and you and you had the temerity to suggest that Ukraine had interfered with the twenty sixteen election and try Todd laughed aloud and in the end they had a bunch had one suggesting the your Russian stooge for saying this a couple of things can be for one the Russians certainly interfered in the election they they hacked into the DNC according to best available information they released a bunch of those emails they're attempting to put things on Facebook affect that was I have my doubts about but it is also true and not to the same extent but neat there were reports in political and The New York Times about Ukrainian embassy working with Alexander Chiluba from the DNC in order to find information about him Paul that afford the the president's you sometime chief of staff in his campaign yes it was publicly reported the idea that Ukraine had nothing to do with the election I'm the wilderness to as to how folks like Chuck Todd laughing at that is because our well it is bizarre and it actually underscores the media is in a panic the Democrats are in a panic with these articles of impeachment as I said on a face that all on their face here in mission of defeat the reason the media in panic it is their entire narrative this collapse stated that they're seeing what the house has been doing that it's not that the media there used to be a top Chuck Todd is someone who knows how to be an actual journalist but in the age of trump people who who who used to be a journalist of the band and it did just become Parsons and and and they're they're they're they're scared because they see that that that that the house Democrats didn't produce the evidence that they want it you know if you look at the phone call that is the whole center of this whole discussion for a phone call with the head the head of Ukraine's Olympic president trump asked him to investigate two things number one investigate possible Ukrainian interference in the twenty sixteen election now as you noted it is absolutely true that Russia tried interfere in our twenty sixteen election is unquestionably true it is also true that a whole lot of other countries did as well that China to try try to do so that North Korea tried to do so and that Ukraine tried to do so there's abundant evidence that Ukraine tried to do so the sitting ambassador from Ukraine wrote an op ed blasting Donald Trump during the twenty sixteen election attacking him they pushed it out on on on the the embassies official official email list look bad is bizarre it is it is a bizarre thing for a sitting ambassador from a foreign country intervene in the middle of the US presidential election that just generally doesn't happen not only that the sitting interior secretary publicly blasted Donald Trump not only that the former prime minister publicly blasted Donald Trump not only that two Ukrainian parliamentarians held a press conference in which they said that the government agency and you crave it legally and contrary Ukrainian law tried to directly intervene in the U. S. selection those are all facts and by the way the easiest source of those facts is reporting as you noted in politico and The New York Times in the Financial Times in the economists are all of those are out there the media knows this so what happened what happened is really two things number one chansen Tivoli the media's okay with Ukrainian it interference in the twenty sixteen election because it was in favor of Hillary Clinton the media all agree with that they want Hillary Clinton wind so they don't they don't care about the interference of it happens to agree with their partisan leanings so it number two they've just decided it is suddenly inconvenient to their narrative because because the media has taken on the role they are adamant Adams yes press secretary and and here's the game they try to play with anyone points out well yeah you you crane did interfere and even more fundamentally there is is very significant evidence of corruption with hunter Biden make it eighty three thousand dollars a month to sit on the border the biggest natural gas company in Ukraine with no natural gas experience a million Bucks a year while his father the vice president has publicly dragoness you watch the video he's brag that he told that the head of Ukraine he would block a billion dollars in aid unless they fired the prosecutor that was potentially investigating the board hunter Biden was sitting this is the the company on on whose board hunter Biden was that it kind of evidence and the media doesn't want to cover a word of it and if anyone brings it up they call you a Russian assets so on Sunday The Washington Post without a hint of shame call me a Russian assets I mean that's an and they've called they they call anyone who actually points to fact ironically citing the New York times they say your Russian assets if you cite the New York times if you cite political it is bizarre and and it's a sign of job of just how desperate they're getting that senator Cruz obviously the the house by watering down the nature of impeachment they set up a future where pretty much anybody can be impeached for any political disagreement and and this is it out this is not what the founders for saw as the as the possibility of impeachment I'm wondering how we as a country come back together after it's become obvious that that at least one party is desperate to basically break the mechanisms of government north if the people that it doesn't like yeah if this is the.
Live Rally GB preview featuring Elfyn Evans
"Let's jump straight in to rally. Gb I saw oh you on the on the record today at lunchtime and tell us about stages. How are they looking on the whole really really good to be honest. especially the Saturday stages are in exceptional conditions to be honest year-on-year. I think like it's the best route like dovey. especially is very very fast. Sunday stages while looking looking pretty good the first thing I think could be a little bit tricky. you know that first stage and Elsie is new everyone very technical and Nado stage so a bit of a different day for at least the start of a Friday. It's kind of Nice though isn't it very well. Elsie is a tricky. It's kind of a Parkland stage lots of much more technical twisty but then pay mcnew opens out and then you've got governor. Which is I mean? That's a classic isn't it doesn't yeah definitely is obviously slee a bit of a longer variation this again then what we had last year again really yep and then what can we what can we expect. We we saw you win two years ago an amazing victory. You know really emotional win at home. What's possible. Do you think from from you this time coming off the back of your last time you sat in the car competed Estonia in June July. Remember which what are you reckon. Let's here we go. We're doing everything we can to to do as well as we can. There's no set should have trying to bet ourselves in or anything like that way just trying to go for it and and see what happens obviously really nice to win again but obviously we know that you the competition is wholesome and everything has gone away but ultimately you have to aim for for that first place and it's upset with voting and it's kind of difficult than it because you're jumping back into the the middle of a massive championship fight. There's three guys at the front that are absolutely hammering tongs and two three weeks ago. They were doing in Turkey. Does that does that. Make could easy to jump back in or do you just forget that and just get on with what you're doing. I think we have to consider what we're doing. I detest ended last week and the feeling was pretty good uh-huh. Oh I think so long as we can find out with him and things early on then. There's no reason why we we can't fight yeah just one last question for me before vocal. Alvin has to go to satellites up. Who's firstly who's going to win the championship. I'm not going to bet against all right at the MOLINS. He's obviously very strong wrong all year but then step has this massive habit of making a comeback doesn't like it's. It's a difficult one to call. Obviously tell us right as well off any money. I probably have to put it on yeah okay now. We've got some questions from you. The readers watches viewers. Whatever Neil Perry has asked. What are the chances of a podium from your starting position? That's a pretty relevant question. Isn't your obviously a bit further down ninth on the road. Yeah I mean it depends on the conditions basically it it could work very much against as we've seen some years here whether the timesheets tumble by three or four seconds of every car that passes this. Is You know if that's the case then he's obviously going to be difficult but then last year we would also sat second overall starting at the back of the field after the first loop so you know we can't. Sir Assume that because we back that we're not going to be in with a shelter. We have to do the best job we can Let's see what happens at the end yeah okay with a nice stage and have ahead and have you been able to practice driving the dog. Yes money's not a huge amount but some training on the test the marshals were kind enough to to stay onto to let me do some driving so so yeah that was all good and hopefully we can get these set low. These lights set up correctly now than It should be okay but not there's a fascination during the duck yeah. It is a great one well you you mentioned you go off and set your lights up. Actually you're not going to do it right now because hopefully not not going to the call our but you've got a lot of stuff to crack on with Alvin. Thank you very much wish you all
Why Bitcoin Dominance Is at 70%
"Choline dominance which is that seventy percent of the total crypto markets more than double double of its low of about thirty three percent which was at the height of the crypto bubble in january two thousand eighteen. Why do you think the dominance has risen that much which is a combination of things in initially it starts with the that peak happens then there's the spillover in massive selloff aloft in his consolidation and so it takes a couple of months and after a while the space gradually matures but you still still have a lot of these projects that exist that are very far from developing are far from dud delivering anything developing and a lot of times even with they're working working on that doesn't necessarily translate to a situation where they're tokens can accrue value so you still have a lot of situations where many tokens are so massively overvalued. You'd end at the same time. You're losing incremental. You don't really have the incremental by that. You had before so what you saw at the end of two thousand seventeen was was kind of peak euphoria korea as retail was coming in. You're hearing everyone you know asking what's the next token and everyone's you know in hindsight talks about how does not be assigned but what that really means as you know. The incremental buyers their retail who are looking to buy and sell higher and the issues that doesn't really exist anymore so every incremental dollar coming into the space. I think the percentage of money coming in that's retail is significantly smaller than what we saw at the end of two thousand seventeen so oh you do have more money coming in now and not to say that there's a lot it's a very gradual process but the money that is coming into their is considerably more of it now than it was before and if you think about institutional investors they there's a lot of mandates that they have to follow and and there's a very lengthy due diligence process in most most cases and what that does is kind of removes the ability to start to really dive into to invest in a lot of these other very speculative coins so so what happens is a lot of these investors as are starting to learn about crypto. It's very hard to kind of educate them about the space in. It's a very gradual process. It'll continue for a while and would you start realizes the narrative for bitcoin in kind of understanding how it cruises value is a lot easier to understand in you know in layman's terms it starts with just a digital option gold and then you can kind of crew explained the narrative going forward and how they can develop further but but that's that's step one and then you have to realize everything after that whether it's web three in anything else it becomes increasingly harder so you start to realize that the majority of the money coming in space is going to really have to focus on some of the more favorable risk reward opportunities and bitcoin certainly fits that bill and so you have a majority of the money coming into the space focusing on bitcoin at the same time so with that 'cause you start to lose incremental buyer for these all coins and the same time individuals who are in the space you you you kind of have to assume that you know the people in this space now as a whole space is a lot more knowledgeable than it was two years ago so people start to realize part of it is kind of darwinism where the people who are just sitting in some of the riskiest stuff have been burned learned and honor loan no longer interested and that's totally fair but what happens as now you have. The individuals that are in the space are also started realized alright. World incremental dollar is going going to becoming <unk> bitcoin for the most part so it makes a lot more sense for me to kind of sitting there in that space to take advantage and so you kind of have to realize is that there are certain amount of elements that you need to kind of create a quote unquote all season and and one of them being retail investment and the other being a diminishing risk return profile for bitcoin and that's what you kind of saw with with bitcoin top in mid to late december and then those two three weeks afterwards was when you really saw dominance tank. Was you know bitcoin hit. The high teens and people start realized i can't really get that multiplier so you have retail and you have agreed that kind of kicks in and starts to venture further out into the spectrum in cryptos base and so when that happens and that's when you kind of see dominant fall but afterwards after you know the whole space kind of <hes> collapses and consolidates than it starts to kind of flow oh into quality until you we've seen minored dips in dominance for example one in in march was the most recent in the most a significant i'd say and that was right before bitcoin really took off so what happened was <hes> the space kind of understood that it was starting to bottom but bitcoin wasn't really moving as much and so the risk reward kind of shifted towards or these all coins and so there was a more of a search risk and then as soon munis bitcoin started taking off april. I also really never stood a chance. You did have a few individuals that took off dwell and there's a few that exist this now that it that it kind of even maintained or improved their price versus bitcoin just based on on how they're structured but for the most part it's been afloat equality audion and just understanding that you're not really going to have that kind of massive search for returns until we probably see new bitcoin all-time highs and i know that there are a couple of factors that delphi digital looks at that involve unspent transaction outputs also called u._t._m. Sows so what can you glean about bitcoins price from u._t. Ick sows and there's other factor that you look out which is utica adjusted variation on the envy not ratio which is defined as the network value to transaction signal absolutely and so what we do with these u._t._a. Does is we can use lose their age so whenever moved in utah <unk> was created and so you kind of us every time it's moved as a proxy for buying and selling and and so i'm just for people who maybe don't know a u._t._a. So is kind of like the change right from a transaction like if i'm spending you know like a twenty dollar bill on a ten dollar thing and then there's ten dollars of change leftover. That's sort of the idea for u._t. Excel is that right right and it's kind of how how leisure works where it's it it measures the portion of your holdings that weren't spenc- basically all of it flows to one place and then the portion that's spent comes back and so that unspent portion is now the u. Ticks <unk>. That's the existing in the new one is created when it set so it's it's kind of how the ledger out works and so by understanding the age of each one you can approximate when the last time mm-hmm it moved and so by doing that especially on an aggregate level you can understand different pockets of bitcoins age and with that gives you an understanding of his how long longer term holders have been holding whether or not there's been a lot of a lot of movement in the in the underlying quantity coins and so he's seeing in that regard and so <hes> what we're seeing is is that a lot of the long-term holders stiller alert kind of continuing to hold and so it was something that we're able to it was it was helpful to kind of understand when the bottom would come in because you know you'd understand that are a lot of these long-term holders have really sold off and you see them sell off as the price peaks and as it comes down because you know they've they've health for three to five years or five doc or five years and more and they seen these cycles and kind of understand how they play out and so once you kind of see that these individuals have sold off you start to realize that there's not a lot of sell pressure coming in and so that kind of helps create the bottom because now you need incrementally less demand to to offset set the selling that's naturally happening from for minors and then from these long-term holders so by understanding the actions of the long-term holders it can give great eight directional sentiment on what expectations are and so what we've been seeing especially recently is that a lot of selling has been occurring from short term holders so a lot of individuals who've kind of acquired within the past twelve to eighteen months partially because you you know twelve to eighteen months they're finally hitting break even levels and there's certain psychological element to i've been underwater for a while and i'm i'm excited to finally get out or there's also just a lot of underlying trading going on but the main takeaway is that while you do have these price moves the longer term holders have have continued to hold in your starting you saw the accumulation kind of occur earlier this year and it's held strong and so the idea is that that the price action recently has been dictated by short-term freighters and not necessarily a long-term holders that that are either just trying to cash out or or have had different plans and kind of giving up for for example which you know if you think about how long they've been holding in and the understanding of the space yet to have at the time to have the conviction to invest the idea here is that they see the upside because they've been in a lot longer than so. You're able to kind of understand that these short-term price moves are dictated mostly by traders. It's not this large exodus like you kind of saw at the the end of two thousand seventeen where we did see a lot of these long-term holders cash out and for the most part to to rebuy early partially in so what it does is it creates it it gives you a level of comfort and understanding that the short term price action is just that and it's not necessarily <hes> the start of a new bear cycle you know just because we've peaked at fourteen and and so this is more of a consolidation stage rather than any kind of long-term reversal all right so we're going to discuss some of the other technical factors i guess or technology related factors probably a better way to put it 'cause i'm suddenly realizing ising technical means a very specific thing when it comes to
"two three weeks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"He do it the difference between them is that he plays on both ends of the floor any younger and more athletic and he's not I don't believe stoned all day and I'm just saying that to be honest right away let's get down to it the other guy got popped right a few times and that's why I moved around forty times this guy's just straight up athlete basketball player I think that's that's buys as one of them and I think that he's actually turn into a hell of a player and then I got all these other guys that I that I think can play for the most part I thought that at the end of the day basically they did really well for what they dished out I think they got way back in more in return I doctor dean got more in return for what they paid to be honestly and so at the end of the day I don't think that they're going to be great or anything I don't think that they're gonna you know even I mean they might they could possibly in a miracle our cover iron mafia maybe get in a seven or an eight with that team they have all kinds of that's on that team now that played and performed at a high level I mean let's face facts and I think that and they are ready and then you got the I can't bear it you got the young kid knocks you got this guy here today love Mitchell Robinson they love and dots and somehow still on that team he can shoot I don't think he's good or anybody and soon here and there ad words to get ahead of a dagger but I don't I don't have any faith and I'm like to start or anything but at the end of the day I don't think there is bad as everybody says they are that everybody just things are the worst laughable joke I thought they did it okay at the end of the day to be honest with you isn't a drink okay Katie because like you said it's not the worst decision the world with women talk about the last two three weeks the into that Kelly's to not go bear Max the problem is you didn't have a plan B. if you do this for five six years of these crappy to your deal that you just gave us always guys it is time to tanking losing just bringing scrubs to try to get Saigon and big names into marriage contract when you have a back burner a someone else still carries still care about you know Skakel why there's about because you do this to get good not to get mediocre that's what they did the government is a good player but he's a two or three not a one they need a one they didn't get on the got a bunch of scrubs a bunch of Philip the roster guys that make you better but don't make you feel good so I got Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis Reggie.
"two three weeks" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"My ass for for two three weeks. So I get it. And I know that you said you were looking forward to playing those shows. Doc, and I mean there's a lot of wanna talk to you about. I won't keep you too long. But there are bunch of things I wanna hit you with, and maybe we can even do more because I'm going to do my show from from Austin from that private we're doing, again, so we can do more there. But I do want to ask you, where things out with you with doc. And now because you were going to do that show at him three which you had to cancel 'cause you were sick, but, you know where do you sit in that whole thing? Is it just kind of like if the opportunities right if the offers right? You'll go do some songs you guys are on good terms. I mean where where does it all sit? We are on good terms, actually in. You know, I don't really know that we have a plan. We don't really have a plan, actually I mean, we're just, you know, I'll, I'll done, and I'll get together if there's a high, you know, high level show where it kinda makes sense. And, and as you said, you know, everything works, you know, or their schedules, and the money and everything all Throwdown, and come down and play guitar in dock and, you know, and people love it. It's an event Donna and I are fine. We kinda got the whole thing worked out and you know why not. But I think it works for both of us, you know, because, you know, fans love it, you know, and, and I think it plans to see for maybe, you know, doing a record or down the road or something, you know, a reunion tour who knows. I mean, you know, I it's it's always challenging, and we've been talking about it for years. But, you know, all everybody's still relatively health. I think would probably be smart to do it sooner than later. Well, you did the one song and then you did that handful of shows a couple years ago that you played, so the vibe coming off of that, obviously seems to be positive still, as you guys continue to dabble in doing some stuff, you know, we could make a great record a record that would really like stand up to, to the old records. If people people love, and I really firmly believe that, you know. So I think to me, I want to do that because I, I want to put that other book end on shelf. You know. And trying to wrap the whole thing up in a nice neat little both and see. You know, here it is from nineteen eighty two minutes two thousand nineteen or whatever it is. You know, here's the end of the story. Did you hear the story that the story that came out today that Corey Taylor of Slipknot said that he blew out one of his testicles warming up to singing dock and songs? I don't is that what? No, for sure. He said he, he said he pulled a muscle and he said he thinks he pulled the testicle muscle or something. He tweet posted it today that he was singing dock, and he's singing the high parts and he said, I think I I blow out a testicle trying to sing like docking. I didn't know testicles could get blown out, but. Well, it's a good thing. He has three because he's still got to spare. You knew that about. Didn't know that about Corey, they're gonna movie in a movie about. No TV extra testicle. Hey, let me ask you about Lynch mob. We got a there's a Lynch mob date coming up that like you said, I look forward to seeing yada in Tulsa at the ideal. Those guys are going through a rough time in that area now with flooding and tornadoes. I was just there, but that area seems to be okay. And the show is a go for the eighth of June..
"two three weeks" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"He's kind of like a one of those lawyers that takes on these high profile cases, and he actually got arrested about two three weeks ago because Nike. Bogged the gets an office or recorded a what they said was threatening call or something like that. I want to get too much into something along the lines of. Hey, I got something that would make Nike. Not look good. Remember what happened two years ago and Nike took it to the FBI and the F B I sifted through it. And then they go arrest them. Then this guy fires back and goes. Oh, yeah. And he presented a lot of evidence to show that prior to that. That's not the way it was. And and that that those aren't all the facts, and he's been very adamant about it. And now he's saying he's gonna take down Nike, and this is the dude that. Although I think we all have skeletons on our pass he seems to kind of be a think. Somebody that wouldn't put himself in like, even if you keep for one. I don't find him to be a bad see. But even if he did he's not gonna he's not gonna go in there storm in there and handle business that way knowing full well that people can bug it office or record you or or just misquote you or whatever. So I had a feeling that when you got arrested that wouldn't that wouldn't be that wouldn't be all the facts and we needed to plays out. And now it's starting to lean towards him. In fact, the accused him of domestic violence, and then finally they figured out that we were wrong here. So I think a lot of people just trying to take them out. I don't know a lot about the law. But I guess if I were to give this dude advice trying to take down. I just do it. Right. That damn goes. All right. So before the break Oh's, Tony about David Feldman who will be a guest of ours here in about twenty minutes. Look the show the whole week was excess human including even including the slap from Ozzy to Artem Lobov, which almost turned into a little streetfight there at the media day and the kick that Artem got back on them to the checkout. Brought a lot of attention to bare knuckle again, they were unopposed from boxing or major MMA. And so it was like really a week that they could shine either way you still gotta get the fight week. Gotta hope guys and gals make weight, and you know, no, there's no other freak injuries or whatever. And then that the fights don't suck. And like I say everything went, well, including classic classic main event that we talked about earlier. However, he did have one moment in the paper view that didn't go his way. And I think that's something that we're gonna chat about when he does come on. There was a fight. That was not to his liking now to be fair. It wasn't anyone's liking the crowd. You know, it just featured kinda like to compare it to mixed martial arts. One of those fights where somebody wanted to fight in the other guy, didn't you know, his he just seemed to run too much, and I was thinking what was it Nate quarry and Caleb Starnes? Yeah. Something line three of that. Right. It was rusty Crowder and Reginald Barnett Steve that old rusty Crowder. So after the fight. David Feldman gets on the Mike, and he announces to the crowd that you know, he was disappointed, and he was not going to pay the full full purse. Now, we have audio of that. So listen to that. And then we'll react. We'll we'll talk a little bit more about it. So can you please play that cut? Gabby. Fighting tip is a brand new sport burn new company, and we're here for action and we want accent. And we demand action from the fighter. We didn't get accident last quite who's rusty crowd. Or one of the wrong therefore is giving half this per to Reggie Barnett..
Networking For People Who Hate Networking
"It's not what you know. It's who you know, like most cliches, it's popular because it highlights and important truth, but it's partially false. Look, there's no doubt that who you know matters. We have decades of evidence that the right connection can get your foot in the door for jobs promotions and board seats, but the mere thought of networking can stop us in our tracks. This was true in one experiment, where some people are asked to think about making friends at a cocktail party, while others imagine trying to make professional connections. Afterward the one to envision networking felt dirty to the point that they actually rated soap and toothpaste more positively and research shows that no one really mixes it mixers. Anyway, we might plan to meet new people usually end up hanging out with our old friends. So how should you think about developing your network? You don't have to start by building your contact list. You can start by building your skills because having expertise to share sets you up to connect with interesting people just ask Pasia. My name is page. Mine ark landed three miles from here. San Carlos seven hundred dollars bucket when he came to the US from Iran in the nineteen ninety s he barely knew anyone. I didn't know what to do. I think the only thing I knew I was in love with the girl in Iran. And I thought I'm gonna lose her. So I should call her every day. So this is nine hundred ninety two I had to have this bag of quarter everyday going to pay phone, and it was like three or four dollars per minute. So I spend the whole seven hundred dollars in like two three weeks. He started working in California car wash. And then in a yogurt shop relived in the attic to save money. You couldn't walk stand up because it was short no air novato one night. While watching a Persian TV channel he signed for a high end rug gallery within a couple days, he visited the shop and talked. Way into a job. I work seventeen years ten hours a day. Six days a week today. Pitchman knows a lot about rugs. But he spends most of his time in a different career. He's now a successful venture capitalist in Silicon Valley the company's he's invested in our worth over thirty billion dollars. How did page mongo from selling rogues to investing in startups? It has to do with the power of building your expertise. Perriman was selling rugs and Silicon Valley in the early nineties, right? As the internet boom was happening which gave him a chance to meet some pretty important people. My customers are founder CEO of tech company. Venture capitalist lawyers bankers, and I build a close relationship with them. He built these relationships talking about rugs all day long sharing his insights in his showroom much like
"two three weeks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"But before that, I was from a small place Wegas and Cuba, and it was a small place, and I was just the spaghetti. And he was actually he's actually from a town outside. I was there two three weeks ago. Oh, kind of as happenstance. I was going to Cuba this season. And we are staying we stopped Legos, but it is very much a small city compared to maybe even to China and Santiago, Cuba were the other two places. I went on my tour of Cuba. So he's just kind of embracing this himself and says, hey, I'm plea, and he's a guy that likes attention and likes to to be seen and the city's kind of starving for that. Do you think that the team is starving for that? I know you haven't been Springstreen as started yet. And everyone still has to kind of get used to what the surroundings are. But if there was Yossi has been a good performance overall for most of his career. So it seems like if if there is an appetite for the dodgers to ship tweet at town. It's because it was just it was too much to handle. So I know that you could you could say the red set a positive experience. I think the red set a positive experience with Matt Harvey this best season who I guess. We're just gonna lump all I don't know handfuls together in the same category. Even though it's more complicated than that. But one can assume the reds wouldn't have made the trade if they didn't think that they could handle everything that comes with the week. But have you talked to people on the record off the record about what they intimidate the season to be like a little bit. I think they're kind of excited because they see this is a team that hasn't been very good, and they can put up with some stuff, and they have in the past put up with things some of these leaders and the the veteran guys put up with some stuff as long as they can be better. And I've I've talked with some of the veterans just kind of toxic, and they're they're kind of excited just because it's an energy. And there hasn't been a whole lot of energy around this team the last couple of years the other part of this week's only here for one years far as we know so far is under control for one more year. So if it is a mess, it's not a long-term mess. And this is something I don't think anybody's looking to extend M. Now. And who knows if he would now we don't know how the free agency works out anymore because it's everything is awful. So, you know, we just don't know. But it is only a one year thing. And I think people are excited that hey, this guy can make us better. When our most recent episode, we were talking about a hypothetical question if you have to be bad at something. What's the best thing to be bad at just an entertainment, spectator perspective? And we were both thinking that. Well, you do want to be good at pitching. If it means that you can be good at everything else. Because that way at least you feel like we can get back into games. Even if you're coughing up leads, but as Jeff pointed out on that episode, the reds have basically been that in real life. Just the team that is terrible at pitching and better at other things. So just from a fan spectator standpoint. Obviously, it makes the reds a lot better that they now seem to have a solid to potentially good rotation. But was that a particularly demoralized? Zing way to lose the way that they did over the last couple years with just replacement level staffs or or does it not matter. How you get to your win or loss total? Oh, no those bad pitching takes longer. You know, those games drag drag and trag and when you're down so much so early. Nobody seems to be in it, and yeah, it was it was really about. It was particularly bad. I don't know that it ever got worse in the second half of two thousand fifteen after the all star or after the trade deadline when every start after the trade deadline was made by a rookie. That was probably the low point. Now this year, they might be look at their defense and their defenses is really taking a hit because you used to have made it wasn't that long ago that you had Tucker Barnhart behind the plate zachos irt shortstop Brennan Phillips at second base, joys Fatah's wanna go glove..
"two three weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So while I'm sure the lows we just saw. Two three weeks ago, we break in those anytime soon, there's no rules that we can't start going towards the re-test of twist certain extent. Now, can we keep going up shore earnings? Just letting you know, we've gone coast to coast. On sentiments. Now, everybody's bearish. I don't even want to get into the Bs on TV. There are people that go on TV. That bullish all the way down. The market rallies up still way down from when they were bullish. Which means they are wrong, and they're just taken credit for being right? And I wanna scream at the TV. But I just turn on the prices, right? Instead. By the way, prices right is a very good show. So anyway, we're in this area right now. And we'll see what comes of it could have been a better day was still up. Goldman Sachs though was seventeen. Let's see seven times one seventy was probably about one ten to one fifteen of the Dow one forty one today. And I've yet to do all my scan. So sorry the, but the big story of today was the financials. United Airlines was up five on their earnings United health after yesterday being down five pre-market finishing up nine was up. Another four today that help to. But when you look at breakouts and new highs, we're not there yet. Seen a few breakout? And then tuck their head like a frightened turtle..
"two three weeks" Discussed on Get Up!
"Trubisky from yesterday to really last year, I two three weeks of the season the confidence he so confident throwing the football right now. All the weapon. So you just saw the standings there on the screen and the records does this mean Green Bay is in trouble. We just saw their highlight of the Packers in trouble Rex absolutely they're in trouble. But this is the thing. I can't I can't understand when you have a franchise quarterback. It's almost impossible not to make the play. So with that. I mean, look the package are still going to be dangerous because you have Aaron Rodgers. And by the way, he's playing but he's throwing one interception. The whole season. The you know. But the bears are playing so good that you have to be concerned if you're green fares made a lot of moves. I think you're right there. Sometimes maligned general manager Ryan pace almost everything. He has touched right now looks great obviously Khalil Mack at the top trade getting Nagy trading up for Bisky. Gabriel Burton Allen Rotman. He's hit and hit and hit. And it's huge nets. The difference. The bears the Packers right now. The bears have loaded. The Packers haven't right now. The bears look like a legitimate contender in the NFC coming up here. The Jimmy Butler era in Minnesota is officially over. Stephen Smith will tell us if the Sixers can get the most out of this formerly disgruntled star, but we leave him for the moment with this little bit of trivia here from hembo, who is the only player to average more minutes than Jimmy Butler over the last three seasons. Well, that's a great question. We're back with the answer..
Yemen is in the midst of a full-blown humanitarian crisis
"With arm sales intelligence and refueling operations in the ongoing civil war in Yemen for the government is fighting Iranian backed with rebels the bombings there have left large numbers of civilian casualties. The charity save the children estimates. Average of one hundred forty children have been killed every since the beginning of the study led coalition strikes against Yemen is now in the midst of a full blown humanitarian crisis, malnutrition and disease are rampant children are starving to death. But not for food scarcity. The markets are full instead they are wasting away for lack of purchasing power. The economy has collapsed in this pediatric ward. In Auden, every room tells a version of the same story eleven month old Melita, Al haad clinging to life, weighing only seven pounds. She's just one of the seventeen million Yelm. Who aren't getting enough food to survive, but the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamaica Shoghi a month ago in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has shifted some things in the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia, and it has prompted some key people in Washington to question US support for the war and Yemen here secretary of defense James Mattis, speaking of the us institute of peace earlier this week we've got to move toward a p Scheffer here enemy catch say we're going to do it sometime in the future. We need to be doing this in the next thirty days, we've admired problem for long enough down there. We wanted to get a sense of how devastating life is for Yemenis now, and how the midterm congressional elections might affect US policy. More here to help us sort out. These questions is a unit Craig she's a British Irish freelance journalist who lived in Yemen for several years and still makes regular trips. Back welcome. Hi, sharon. How are you? I'm well. Thanks so much for joining us. Actually want to start with what drew you to Yemen in the first place because actually your time in Yemen starts before this conflict. What was really curiosity that took me there in the first place? I didn't get into journalism until I was in my thirties. And I wanted to was wants to be in the region. My father had worked in the Middle East most of his life, but very much on the different side of the fence, the one that I find myself on now he works in in investment banking, but also with the ministry of defence in the UK on on on sales to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf actually, but that meant I was had an interest in the Middle East. And when I started in journalism, it was my aim to base myself out in the region, but I didn't wanna be whether a lot of other journalists, and there are a lot of journalists in places like Beirut and Cairo and its tumble. So yeah, I just became curious about Yemen. And I decided to go and seal the kind of Yemen expert'll specialists in London that took all of about today because few and. So yes when I'd finished a journalism school. I three months later took myself off to Yemen in October twenty ten and then of course, within two three weeks arriving those. Beja security instant with the parcel bomb. Plotters is now known when I'll fight or in the Arabian peninsula in Yemen, put bombs on planes bound for the US. So that was quite a read awakening to reporting on them.
"two three weeks" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"Do you have? I've been asked this question a ton in the last like two three weeks. Do you have an age limit that regardless of the individual you're talking to? Because we're getting older like I'm, I'm going to be thirty and a couple of weeks. Do a limit where you're like under no circumstances date someone younger than no circumstances. I mean, I don't wanna put limits like absolutes, but generally speaking, I will say my floor in terms of how young they are is like twenty five. That's that's my floor. Again. I mean, ages is a number. There are people who are far more mature than their age, and there are people who are super immature and older. So it's not an absolute, but generally speaking. I find that like if it's younger than twenty five, I have some serious reservations about even. Giving it a shot. This is like an off. What about you? Jason. So I think you made a good point that like is another seem that dating right now is not a blueprint system mosaic like you can't actually pin anything down, but I tell you to laughing at over there. We're not laughing. We can't see. Rosen and laughter. I was like, wait, what did I say? The long story. Short dating today isn't a blueprints mosaic, and I also think there are probably twenty one year olds that carry themselves in a more mature manner than some thirty five year olds..
Chris Collins, President and Maryland discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"And. I question yesterday the timing. Of the charges filed against congressman Chris Collins he's one of the early Trump supporters he was charged yesterday with insider trading has to do with stock in a company called innate therapeutics now we'll get into the particulars. It's here from Chris Collins I he said these these charges. Are meritless charges that have been levied against me are meritless and? I will mount a vigorous defense in court to. Clear my name is that everything he did was within the law I believe Levi acted properly. And within the law at all times with regard to my affiliation with an eight. Throughout my tenure in congress I. Have followed all rules and all ethical guidelines when it comes to my personal investments. Including those with an eight, and? This is the key component to these charges that the statute says that the person charge has to have had benefited from the insider trading. Martha Stewart benefited because she sold her stock when she got insider, trading information. She sold she dumped her shares and. She thus benefited Collins says didn't happen, with him when it became clear that the drug I and. Others believed in fell short of. Our hopes and expectations I. Held, onto my shares, rather than sell them as a result the significant investment I made in the company worth millions of dollars we're wiped out so they're saying that he alerted his son who then told his girlfriend. Or family And others and they all sold their shares but Collins himself actually, lost. Money in the deal in the stock well. That should be very easy to prove now with a paper trail there are there is clearly a paper trail but look at, the timing here Frank this is in the middle. Of August that they've been running this, investigation for a while I've. Been told it's been investigation been ongoing for several months and now all of a sudden just three months before this is a house seat now he says he's going to remain on the ballot and he's going to run, he's going, to remain in the, race but is this. A political, hit job towards a Trump supporter and a Republican to be Smerch Collins reputation and try to flip another seat is this the. And that's why I think maybe you know President Trump I have, the last laugh because he could be holding his own little October. Surprise and that. October surprise could be all right swamp you wanna take your best shot at me Yeah I'm not? Going to be sitting down, with any, interview with you under obstruction of Justice charges number one but number two maybe I wake to declassify all the documents. Maybe two. Three. Weeks prior to the November six midterm elections Oh I think that's probably is as be sleeve because, he should do it to look as the president He can declassify. Anything he wants to declassify and the truth of the matter is he already. Knows what these documents say and so, he probably is just waiting for, the opportune time. To declassify them so everybody knows in addition to
Heavyweight world titleist Deontay Wilder takes down Luis Ortiz, is Anthony Joshua next?
"The best boxing analyst there's ever been on television why you saw a deontay wilder and luiz ortiz a very very good fight were wilder was rocked a little bit look like he might go before he came back and won and then the anthony anthony anthony joshua against partner joseph parker fight but now that you saw both of those allies can't we put wilder and and jocelyn in there together who would you favor in that fight well i think they're going to fight the leader fight and it's appropriate that they do fight and that's gonna be big fight for boxing the leader fight this year in well known in the next probably two three weeks i think the fight later this year are they will fight in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and and i think you know announce the fights of both of them in recent years and i think that fight will come down essentially to who gets who i and how well you can take the punch of the other person both men have been rocked is noted wilder was in serious trouble against or cheese joshua was knocked down in at a certain point look it looked hopeless for him against let chris go yet he came back and won that fight so both men have their vulnerabilities but both men are ridiculously powerful and so i think it's going to be an intriguing matchup we got some buzz in the heavyweight division for the first time in a long time don't we all with these two this'll be generate worldwide payperview sales and i think this is the best bus we've had maybe since the nineties the tyson holyfield days yeah it probably is because during the era walls ages philip stadiums for with fifty thousand people in europe for the most part in america that people never quite bought into it so here in this country especially and certainly your as well interest in the heavyweight division is considerable and and there are enough good have you just below them that their leases some a division a little bit and and it is for the first time the rest of boxing has very deep intel to divisions a little bit slow to wake up and but now there's a lot you you know know we've talked about jack johnson a lot over the years and i think as you know he's my favorite american athlete he was a hair will mind growing up.
"two three weeks" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A procedure to repair the extensive tendon in his left middle finger he suffered the injury against portland way back on december twenty eighth he will be evaluated in two three weeks the eagles have not made it official but reports say the team will make its white house visit to visit is supposedly set for june fifth the stanley cup playoffs continue tonight it will be game for the eastern conference finals washington hosting tampa bay capitals lead the series two games to one but tampa one game three in the nation's capital caps coach barry trots expects more desperation from his squad this evening have everybody on your bench just being down two percent and everybody on their bench going up to present that's all of a sudden there's a big change in your in your desperation level rate through your lineup faceoff will be just after eight o'clock it an off night for the conference finals of the nba with actual zooming saturday when the celtics and cavaliers do battle back to baseball one afternoon game today the dodgers blanked the marlins seven to nothing in soccer the union or getting ready for their match against real salt lake on saturday in chester the union will be going for two in a row after winning a montreal last saturday coached him curtains open the road win will lead to success at home talked a lot about improving on the road and finally had a breakthrough in in that moment i think it's good for the guys confidence now but we do recognize and we mentioned to the group that result means nothing if you don't follow it up with three points against salt lake saturday's match gets underway at seven thirty that's sports i'm ed bankin kyw newsradio thanks up next on newsradio students are being taught bedside manners i'm john mcdevitt ignite what's.
"two three weeks" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"It's too funny but we fought over colors for like two three weeks to come out and save our lives we never would have got the stupid thing painted but i want to go one step further you went over a part of your service so briefly that i think it needs to be drawn out a little bit deeper and that is the way you worked with the contractors you made our contractors miserable but made us happy because you came out and made you check their prep before they even started painting go we're not going to guarantee this pay you got a warning for the pain we've talked about the warning later in the warning will last if you do not prep the building correctly so you made him prep and we're laughing because they had to go back and do more work but there in the contract you'd they couldn't change they'd already agreed to do it and to do it to specifications which you guys gave them upfront so i knew what it was then they primed and then you came back inspected after the primer and then you came back after the paint and it was hilarious because i'm sitting there going john if every vendor dealt with us the way these people get everything done perfectly i mean this would be a breeze but you guys just do that on every contractor just on big ones well it depends we would like to do on every job if we can but that's impossible so we always do it on the job that we're gonna warranty and we don't do that to tell the you know to to drive the contractor crazy although that is a result but we wanna make sure that you get the best paint job that you get into the contractor does the best job he can do so at the end of the job they end up leading us because they never have to come back they don't have any pets issues they don't have any warranty issues they they know that they have done the best job they can't but we will we.
"two three weeks" Discussed on Slate's Working
"Go to the school and stay there for now two three weeks to learn to use the dog the in community training school sand the dog and the trainer to you and train you sort of on your schedule in your community uh in an environment year used to which they feel as you know better for the dog handler and just short generally all around them do you yes he already touched on one of my other was introduced that you've worked with multiple dogs over the years um but uh it you know what's what's it in like going through different service animals over that time it's very difficult uh getting too while you get used the it's is very difficult moving from an ira care sector you learn to use the first dog and when you're first when you're learning with the first dog gears your both sort of learning what it's like to be paired with somebody you're not familiar with right the dog has been training with trainers who the dog has become familiar with you have never worked with the dogwer foresee you're learning to be guided around by a dog and trust the dog so you sort of developer relationship and it takes about six months to a year to really develop a good working relationship the way i put it has become a well while oiled machine but you know then you get the second dog and of course you're used to the well oil machine and all of a sudden be kind of like if you've got into a new car and you couldn't find the the you know windshield piper control and you're looking all afford the rain is pouring daniel aquarius but like that only with more than just looking for one control it's right now the way that the dog behaves.
"two three weeks" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The motor hey you will notice you are most of the time probably take two three weeks even this no she can looking for eu she said he's a guido after you friday sweep research fellow young music coming out bag room if the old i try to get to the world we will go check it out and a hoax he gets even better oh yeah we appreciate it talk to you guys later bye bye all right uh as jason family miss uh this deidra the did reporters are ezra better half is he says is an a hear her say that uh laghouat obrego's gonna be a last break of the day uh here superstation one one drag race it'll bill la la who mature previously under joint lockett shown i can't go along with people to sit back and say he did a great speeds the speech was good yeah i hate delivered the correctly he did but are you want to act the way you see it in the speech is their chance for the american people to pump the brakes on donald trump and give him the room to try to reach out to olive branch now that the tens on democratic leadership in right now i'm gonna say note and they are stonewalling everything just like the republicans stonewalled everything under obama in it's a shame because he's our our represent the joe lockett show saturdays at four p m on superstation one on one wyde when you were a little kid you thought about what you want it to be teaching was at the top of your list but things changed and his you've got older teaching didn't seem like the best option any so you're thick new be something else but what would your 12yearold self say now you.
"two three weeks" Discussed on KPCC
"The fall late fall by filed and the day probably fell four laugh within the evening they've gordy direction watt looking for water to the overnight the last two three weeks and particularly today i've seen flock utter flock fly do north your very close to do north so what was going on on and that's the first question beside question sort of my own weird hypothesis that do you saw find direction by bases a the diagnostic properties of the earth and if that's weakening was that disrupt migrating birds excuse and let me remind everybody this is science friday from pierre i public radio international oh okay lme sca laura from minnesota are they flying north geese learn their migration routes from their parents and in minnesota we have quite a few geese that are pretty much non migratory and they wherever they can count on having some open water in the winter we have geese yearround now and that probably will be increasing with climate change but the ones in um your area may just be moving back and forth from fields where they're feeding by day to where they have a good place to spend the night in water record up or with bill doyle from santa rosa christmas bird captains for no more california one of the year it is hard hit by wildfires fall they went out to account their birds last weekend and here's his report are beaten count this year was the lowest it's ever been historically we just miss an awful lot of species that uh we normally would expect to see that wasn't really a surprise because it's been going down year by year any way are there are so many other impacts on birds besides the accidental one slight this fire so um whether or not it's due to the fires really hard to say it certainly due to human impact of one kind or another drew any comment on that when we know about the effects of the fires on bird populations yeah ira you know it's it's interesting because of course those catastrophic fires that that we saw there have taken away a lot of the scrub habitat obviously that so that that is actually meant to burn within a lot of the forest habitat to in these these communities that we called parasitic which is which is fire loving that the.
"two three weeks" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Okay something else about this this tax cuts and we haven't seen granted we haven't seen the details of it and we'll know more it it is not a middleclass tax could i mean that's the way they're having to sell it but the middle class and that pain all on taxes we have a story about um i don't know been two three weeks ago and about the how much says the middle class pay in taxes and it was i can't remember the exact number and they considered to give you the well let's see well this is uh this is a warren buffett and this is a political fact thing middleclass pains higher tax rate the millionaire senateassembly baldwin says chicken then says it will some do some dolts and i was at the time of the buffet rule you remember that warren buffett this is back in 2011 he famously pronounced that he paid only seventeen point four percent of his taxable income in federal income taxes a lower percentage than any of his twenty employees and he proposed the federal tax rates be rains for taxpayers making more than a million dollars now what he never told you is that he could pay anything he wants to and i want this abuse have you seen this documentary becoming warren buffett it's very interesting because the guys definitely he's definitely a money making machine he knows how to do it but what is interesting is there is there's a little piece of i don i wouldn't even say why are you see this common sense missing from warren buffett's dna and i'll explain why that is or why i thing that isn't just a second but he was talking about how he grew up a report i didn't notice his father was republican congressman when he was growing up and then of course he met his wife for his wife to be in she was very liberal and near he got he got sucked in all there and he became a big live in a big democrat but one of the things he.
"two three weeks" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I think this is more about florida's defense and what they're de lyon could do against this lsu aligned it's very young i mean this is an lsu a line that if you look across the board they've got some guys who really haven't started that many games before that's an area where florida may have an advantage in you know if derey's guys plays you've got to think they want to stop him the florida players that i talk to this week think gary's cases wanting to play in this game there's a lot of motivation i mean i i just i've said this two three weeks ago and i'm going to continue i don't understand what's going on with various guys because you you play when the medical staff tells you to play not when you want to play at this is why it's so off i think there's some fatigue to it because this is what we saw for that last jarring and both of them being ankle injuries and and i get it you know and i think it's one of those things when you're a running back i mean your ankles or ankole that's very important to your game you've got to be able to cut you've got to be able to move but i would just say that if you are the heartbeat of the team if you are a player that wants to play on the next level at the nfl i did not like that it felt like leonard four net was not playing last year for reasons that seemed a little bit weird at the time then he comes out in this game it was thinking about money okay and and that's fine but if you're a college player if i'm in nfl scout i care about that this is why i'm not an nfl scout right but if i'm somebody wanting to draft a player i want to see that this player wants to get out there every single day and obviously dearest guys heads has great goals for his longterm plan.
"two three weeks" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"I think in last two three weeks ago said that we're looking at forty percent julia forty percent of jobs we'll be replaced by robots uh by 2018 and i said 2017 maybe the latter part of 2018 knowledge seen 2018 but already i read an article the other day about robots that were actually were replacing immigrants the immigrants of course oh you know they usually do the jobs that most americans don't want to do but now even they don't want to do the jobs saudi farmers do they hire robots jobs you know and i'm not talking about robots that look like c3 po or maria from metropolis i'm just talking about robot pickers robot planners robot washers that kind of thing it's available to them and they can hire they can actually cut costs by bringing robots the don't complaining don't ask for higher wages so oh and in hawaii they're already discussing the floor wage that i've talked about many times because they too are facing a problem because of the robot situation so i think musk is right in expire a actually expressing know dire concern over future shared with robots i think he's right on the money with that but zuckerberg countered by saying that he doesn't understand people who are naysayers and try to drum of these doomsday scenarios he continued by saying that it's really negative in in some ways he thinks is pretty responsible was october said quote in the next five to ten years hey i is going to deliver so many improvements in our in the quality of our lives and quote and when i was reading that in when i was what i actually sat through his barbecue in tips i i must have a life but i i i.