17 Burst results for "U._S"
"u._s" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Neutral medical doctor building com <hes> sometimes people if they passed by number because i've called people back the circling. We don't do that. Give them a time. Don't call you back because i get so. I'm so busy you can call me like some people. Try to call them on air or read afterward. I'm busy. Another phone talked to doctors patients all over the world. Just this give me a time window and i'll try to call you when i'm free because i'm a lot busier them for anybody out. There is okay so you put a time limit on your phone number but give me a couple of paragraphs or a page of what health issues are what your labs are what you're what you want me to help you and the starter protocol free and if you've been accustomed already i will call you back if you haven't been meals in u._s. Started protocol of course and again nutraceutical not arrive medical doctor bill dot okay. Let's get into the whole handful but you know it's all under the contact us and it's all under the wellness protocols on the website because if if you're if you're a regular customer you did purchase the wellness protocols when they were available. That's before pay pal. <hes> took us down. There exactly took us down because we had that c._b._d. Oh well if i had no not i would have never put it on there. I didn't realize it was such a controversial crucial. These are a control freak. It is just like wasn't left and right and again even in the medical system to control requires <hes> anyways so also so <hes>. I think simul sam is some point we might be able to find some other way to to work with the wellness protocols but in the meantime anyone can have any of them. Just drop us. Listen email or even call you can always call eight eight eight two.
"u._s" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"And get the opportunity to showcase. Them is a big part of it for me. <hes> you know there's not much i can't cook out there and you know every time you vote and you cook something. You know you learn a little bit more of it or you know in my case i mean i've traveled the world now learning about barbecue out. I'm not ever gonna stop that <hes> but i love the fact that we could actually consider ourselves definitely a really good level kit nassar's. That's what we are when you are being told about the show i mean. How much detail are are they giving you. Do they tell you who the other two <hes> pitmasters are going to be. They're going to be working alongside of you or are they kind of. Keep you on the dark a little bit on some things and just looking to get you in. What's it's a setup like well. Originally originally you get the rat and you say okay the format. It's something i'm interested in and then the secondary part of course is who. Are you going to be whisked width okay because if somebody genuinely dislike or you don't get along with or what not then you're not gonna mash well. It's not gonna have abide great any t._v. Show has to have a vibe even have to have something or it actually has to have a while drama. I'm not about the dramatis stuff okay. That's bullshit and i'm not interested in it whatsoever so this is one. I've known kerry for many many years. He was actually on my own show on barbecue crawl. <hes> i respect his skillset immensely. I've eaten at his restaurant tons of times. You know moe's this big barbecue personality and you know he's done very well himself with his personality and so i let the characters i like to was going to be on the show so because of that in addition to format. That's why i agreed to do you think most who gets the respect he deserves or does he get the right amount of respect because i you know the certain feel like some people are a champion of him and then i feel like some people think that he may be he hasn't done on whatever enough is in order to get these shots on t._v. Well i think you can ask that of any pit master right. Who is there to decide. What is <hes> you know. I've only one fifteen in u._s. Grand championships. That's it but if you put anything in front of me i can cook it. I've owned sixty five barbecue. Maybe that's <hes>. I've traveled the world. Maybe that's now. I don't know at the end of the day. If it's for the show i'm good for it or it so as we are taking in that first episode i mean i would assume most most t._v. Stuff you're seeing the finish cut for the first time or did you guys have access to it in advance. I didn't want to see it in a band. I thought when you guys thought brought all right so what was your kind of. I smack of how you saw the first episode unfold you pretty happy with.
"u._s" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Subtler. The the gold is real as you said nobody and very high purity with only the markings faked take brandon bars are relatively new way to flout global measures is yours to block conflict minerals and prevent money laundering such forgery so i didn't even know that's that's. I learned something from this. I didn't realize that one gold bar are was different from another goal bar. As far as bankers are concerned. They've got themselves a little counterfeit detection system. They're trying to stop money loan. They've they've they're. They're trying to stop unauthorized. People from from having wealth is what they're doing. They're trying to make anything that isn't under their control less valuable. Did you say it was silver bars but nothing gold no no no they were talking about that was just the article referencing what a traditional fake gold bar is is that would be a traditional face would actually be faked gold less valuable than right and you can test for pretty easily by existence. Okay hang on hold so there are ways to detect those but in this case the gophers real cases. It's gonna pass all the tests to prove. It's real gold. It's just that the stamp is facing. I think you you make a great point here. Nobody is that you know. There's nothing wrong with this gold. It's gold. Maybe it did come from some sort of a conflict zone. We don't know as you pointed out chris. You know it's gold. It could have been melted down. You don't know where it came from. I guess the idea behind. This tracking system is that they then have some idea of where it came from but i think you're right. It's to keep gold out of the hands of you know the unconnected non bankers of course what isn't classified as conflict gold all the gold that the u._s. government stole from the iraqi war gold even though they went to war and stole it about the gold they they stole from the people in the united states back in the nineteen thirties to that's what i was thinking about. What you start bringing it up <hes> paul..
"u._s" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast
"From rice rice university in a recent episode you guys talked with the lack of engineers talent in the industry and the potential short supply in the future. You also mentioned that fresh graduates prefer the tech industry overwhelming gas and see what is a dirty industry. There are many reasons why the tech industry is so successful in attracting young talent one such reason is they encourage reach diversity all they care about the brain not the origin or the nationality of their talents over a period of time they able to track the best in the british around the globe however we do not see that much diversity in our industry in the u._s._a. Particularly we do not want to recruit foreign engineers and in fact the willingness industry is the worst in terms of sponsoring a work visa for the extremely talented glow engineers it professionals. There's no shortage of engineers outside the u._s. but we don't want them. If we continue to shy away from global talents it we'll take the industry down <hes> i worked internationally and four comments seen people from all over the world working together in the industry true global industry but not in the u._s. It's the biggest irony that there is no place for global town especially in huston listen in a global industry. One of the solution to this problem is delivering engineers and professionals outside the u._s. outside of u._s. Schools and make deals easier in terms of helping them with work permits. There's no shortage of a extremely talented professionals in the world. Hope industry leaders understand this and take necessary action before it's too late p._s. Lived in houston had i had experienced e._p._s. It was it yes as i don't know. I really hope you guys dare to challenge the status. Quo and clemson show which we did would it. You're here. I wanna talk to just say something first than mark determine if you've ever been to an s._p. Event if you've ever been to a a._t._c. event ever been to any engineering focus event in oil and gas even o._t._c..
"u._s" Discussed on Marketing Trends
"To your customers asked him about how they're using. The product and the stories will surface automatically. That's a great story because the unseen challenge that you're talking about which i get out roll. We'll add that in the show. Notes of <hes> was s cab or sipe sipe pab is i could see the the billboard ad it's like imagine being hacked on your company off site right like that sort of imagery is so powerful i could you imagine how frigging stupid you would feel if you know your c._e._o. Got hacked when knbr you're sitting at <hes> you're sitting at the cafe in <hes> you know in the middle of napa valley tonight that right like but that's a really crystal clear value prop crop that your customer might not know that you know other people use the customer are using. That's one of those things that i think it it doubles for prospects prospects and for customers 'cause those new use cases of like hey. Did you know some of our customers are using the product for this like that some of the best <hes> you know fodder for newell's so you can get yeah absolutely absolutely. What's your favorite campaign that you've ever done other than the the amazing <hes> the amazing in u._s._a. Today one all right. You put me in a tough spot by saying other than u._s._a. Today the other one. I think we did was <hes> back. In the days for a security company as well <hes> we ran a campaign called domain health check and that campaign was everyone should go visit a doctor every now and then and will visit how when was it last that you took your domain to a doctor ella sell that's the approach we took and we had a huge depositary of intelligence without you being a customer you just go put any domain name and i'll tell you if there are any email spam spam associated with your domain. Are there any bad websites associated with your domain so i'll give you a lot of intelligence even before you became a customer so that was a campaign in reading and they will graphics very cool other campaign <hes> sub campaigns associated with it and that resulted in i think two million dollars and quarterly pipeline without doing anything while how'd you how'd you promote it adds all stuff on digital age so on any replaces that people are reading about domain spam antivirus <hes> network security so we re stood digital art on the places. What about campaign..
"u._s" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Has hooked their wagon so much to the w._w._e. W. e. having so much w._w._e. Related shoulder programming like ms and mrs and the steve austin show and all that sort of stuff it will be and it won't be just the fault alta. This and losing smackdown is going to be big though but you know the thought of of u._s._a. Slipping to the point where turner station beats them at a time. Were awa debuts on turner station if it happens to be t._n._t. But either way that is really going to be another kick in the groin. I would assume to u._s._a. They'd w._w._e. And i don't know how close that is to happening or anything like that but one of the reasons that u._s._a.'s freaking out so much in needs so much help with programming and the reason that they're so damn i am relying on w._w._e. Is the fact that they are slipping so that's just another thing that is interesting to me as the season goes on and again. I don't know how much the fall all season is going to tilt things either way outside of the wrestling shows but i'm really interested to see once the year ends exactly where those turner station stand against u._s._a. Talk about september so the show is going to begin two weeks early. It's going to get a two week headstart on a._w._s. September eighteenth and a._w._s. starts on october second. Gonna get two weeks of unopposed an x._t. Head to head and all of these decisions. I feel like the idea that this is all going to hurt a w. This is going to be a negative for a w. I mean a lot of these things. I think our benefits awa the whole the whole idea of establishing wednesday nights as is a wrestling night for two full weeks before awa even kicks off on a wednesday night the idea that they're running from full sail in a._w._s. Going to be an all of these sold sold out arenas. I mean whatever the size four thousand to twenty thousand seat buildings or every single one of them is sold out so far i mean i can't imagine w. me staying in full sail more than a couple of weeks after after a._w._s. They're they're very good. Think about this. The people that do production for e w are the people that were doing production for impact or impact would have like eight hundred thousand people in a building and they would shoot it to make it look like he was packed well now. They're actually going to be the impact buildings so i can't imagine vince mcmahon watching a._w._s. Packed building and then watching his show from full sail and not quickly deciding citing dude..
"u._s" Discussed on Unchained
"Way. I'll let you guys in on something which i'm enough years out where we can talk about this but <hes> i remember remember. I think it was coined. S. two thousand seventeen i was right before i left the firm because i left siemian july to seventeen and we'd already you know written the specs and we were going through with a whole bunch of people around what that would look like and potential traders and we're working on the design of it and then what the you know how the mechanics would work and people would get connected because there's a whole host of things that need to happen for this thing to trade and i do remember at one point we <hes> we organized a meeting meeting with the top ten to twelve trading houses who would do this crypto and it's all the law the famous names you can think of now in early in the early days as who would have traded this potentially <hes> and i remember we convened this meeting and we were like do not tell people because it was during consensus and we're like do not tell people people. We don't want people gatecrashing his keep us under wraps and i will tell you i was so proud of all of the traders. Nobody said a word. The meeting being happened and it was great. We went over the specs. We talked about the problems of physical versus. Non cash shuttled u._s. Dollar basis this risk like it was a very it was a really great conversation. It was a very constructive conversation and we got good feedback and i will say i was singularly shocked. I was i swore somebody would leak it and no one did <hes> <hes>. I wonder if i know any of those people in widely anyway. I'm sorry i did appreciate it. I mean you know because we have. We could have actually blown up our ability to do this properly. <hes> you know with the confidence of the c._f._t._c. and that's the other thing is that trust is every we trust right and ultimately this is all built on trust in human trust of each other brain as mike about tressler systems yeah but that's the thing they're not trust louis. It software replaced replace. That's my take. I'm like why i agree with this system that enables trust but anyway. I completely agree with you on that point so anyway but i did want to ask you about this. Physically settled versus cash settled so as you know <hes> obviously c._m._e. Bitcoin futures are cash settled meaning anthony. The payout happens in u._s. Dollars yet and so obviously if the bitcoin prices fluctuating depending on when.
"u._s" Discussed on Black Mirror Friday
"Space the final frontier this episode's mission to boldly go where no episode has gone before into the virtual virtual world. That isn't so virtual this week. We're talking about a fan favorite u._s._s. callister <music>. Hey everyone. I'm shannon and i'm fay dra. Welcome to black mirror friday where we explore every other friday an episode of one of our favorite shows the anthology series black mirror so if you are new black mirror we should just let you know that the episodes are not filmed in any particular order and therefore our podcast episodes or not done in any particular order kinda started with our favorite episodes and then then we switched to everything in season five and now we're just kind of backtracking to whatever we feel like talking about. That's right so this week. We decided to discuss u._s._s. u._s._s. callister so i'm going to start out with a little synopsis real quick okay okay by day. Robert daily is the c._t._o. C._e._o. of a tech entertainment company but by night he is in his own private cinematic universe based on t._v. Show he watched as a child called star fleet right. Yes starfleet yes as the commander of the starship exploring new worlds but of course there is technology twist. Yes so definitely a parody of star trek. I think it helps if you are a bit of a tricky to watch this episode. Oh absolutely absolutely yeah because you get that whole robert. The main character is so channeling captain kirk william shatner totally if if you haven't watched and i mean i can you imagine anyone that hasn't seen or isn't aware of captain kirk listen. Do you know when that show came out yeah in the sixties but i i mean i know it's it's so conic also if you watch black mirror you're kind of. I feel like you kind of already. You know you're kind of a a little bit of a nerd. Maybe if you watch if you're joining your a little busy if you enjoy i mean you may be a closet geek and that's fine. We're totally down with that but listen tonight. I want to just say something real quick for those of you that haven't listened to us before with black mirror with most of the episodes shannon and i have watched them at least take time and it's something i recommend for this show because the first time you watch an episode. You're very much like what is going on and that's that's very much. How oh i felt the first time i watched this opens with what looks like and we knew this episode was coming because we knew we watched you know some of the previews and the <hes> the the what do you call them. The photos of the of season four when this one was coming out and i was like how are they going to do this and it opens and it looks just is like a set of the star trek. I'm like oh. This is totally not black mirror this. I'm what where's this episode going yeah and and the the intro is pretty long it is you're really really just experiencing a parody of star trek in the beginning and you're like okay what is happening and then of course worse it moves into all the good stuff while the good juicy stuff right so i'm watching it going. Where is this episode going and i think that's true with most black mirror episodes. You're watching it at face. Value going what what the hell's going on and then you watch the whole episode and you have this. Oh so when you watch the second time you already know what it's about yeah and it allows you to really focus on some of the details and there are a lot of details in black mirror episodes yeah but i have found the more more i watch black mirror like when i watched season five for example you know and that's why i think i've been thinking about this. That's why i think i was a little disappointed in season five because now that you know after you've watched four seasons of black mirror you know that what you see in the beginning something's gonna happen. There's going to be a twist. There's going to be something so you kind of expected expected and you're waiting for it right but in season five some of the episodes were just kind of what they were. There wasn't a huge twist so oh. I think that's what maybe i was a little disappointed especially with smithereens. I think i'm getting off track but i just wanted to say that when you're first watching black mirror yeah you're like okay what's happening but as you watch more and more episodes you definitely start to expect. You're like oh what's going to happen. What's the twist exactly exactly. I mean i think it it was a little bit of twisting and season five but i mean overall. If you guys listen to our season five episodes we were thrilled. He's in five especially because cease to be honest season four. I didn't love when it first came out. I thought the episode's were good but it wasn't until i went back and watched a lot of the episodes of the second time <hes> <hes> that i really was like wow there's a lot of depth here yeah and i have said over and over the the second time through i've liked them more like i wasn't a fan of this episode. The u._s. has callister the first time i watched it. I couldn't imagine why it was getting all these emmy nominations. Everyone was talking about how much they loved it. I was like okay. It was good but this time i watched it and i was like it's it's better than i remember. Yes yes so this episode. I thought was okay the first time i watched it the second time i watched it on like this. I just really really really enjoyed it. My son watched it with me. He's twelve so i don't let him see most black mirror episodes but this one i thought was pretty much okay for him to see mhm and he loved to us like that was so cool and i don't know if if that's why but he's actually started watching old star trek episodes. They're on netflix the way if you want to dive into the original captain kirk it's on netflix you can watch all the movies are on hulu now to oh really okay. That's good to movies are movies aren't nearly as good as the episode. Can i say star trek four as quickly as it was no. That's my favorite really with the whales i know i know it's not a great movie. I just something about that movie. I love that movie the wales that's what was it was. It was the whales in in spot talking about taking some l. d. s. and or yes kirk said he took a little actually now that i'm thinking about that that one was it. It was kind of funny because they went into past remember. Yes scotty was like you know he. He's sitting in front of the computer computer computer computer computer. He's trying to talk into the maosen tapping. You knock but we digress guys. Maybe we need to do a star trek. Podcast uh-huh actually before we dive in let let me just let you know that shannon and i do have we have several other podcast but we'd love to steer you over to our every other week stinger t._v. movie podcast where we talk about all sorts of t._v. And movies not just geeky stuff not just black mirror but it's just making me think maybe we do need to dive into star trek over there on stinger and might be a good idea. Yeah stay tuned. We'll give you more info on how to connect with us later on the podcast but you are here for u._s._s. callister so let's dive in and talk about the characters this episode so let's start with robert daily c._t._o. Who we see as this very <hes> enigmatic nick a copy of captain kirk you know stresses stuff and he even has the same cadence when he speaking yes and <hes> he's played by jesse plemmons. It's an act. He's an american actor. I'm not familiar with him but he's apparently been breaking bad fargo game night and battleship which acceptable if you don't remember anything from that movie drunk history but his shatner is spot on yasuhide he was definitely really right on target with that characterization absolutely and i just want to point out that it that is so ironic and this has happened to me several times in doing our black mirror friday podcast that i'm watching something else then we're like oh. Let's do this episode of black mirror and boom. It's like somebody. I just watched like this keeps happening to me and i just finished watching breaking bad. I know i'm very late to the show with that but but oh my god turn this on and i'm like dude it's todd and ideal googling and i have a very very fun fact about breaking bad that i'm going to save for later in podcast. Oh there was a little treat at the end for breaking bad fans but i want to say i i found someone on twitter at i love this. Someone on twitter called jesse plans who plays the main guy robert budget matt damon and i think that is like like he kind of looks like matt damon what he does but he's not. He's not as good looking. He's not as good. I thought that was the best it's true. I'm sorry jesse true so it's kind of a college woman work with what you got sure. Oh god he's also married to chris. I always say kristen. Sorry kirsten dunst he's married to her and and really yes supposedly supposedly she had a brief cameo like she was in the background for a half a second and she was also in. I don't know if she was in fargo the movie movie or fargo the t._v. show but she was not in the movie. Oh okay that must been the t._v. Show because she was who co star kristin milia was also in that anyway. I could not find her. I didn't search that much. I couldn't find her but apparently i've read that. She is in the background of some scene for for half a second so this is interesting so the next character is no net cole who plays this. She's a new computer. <hes> developer software developer a computer programmer. That's starting at company was naming the company again callister callister. Oh duh hello play by kristen million american actress seen on fargo. Oh the mindy project how your mother and the wolf of wall street and as we go through this cast list cast list. You'll find that this person was in this this with that and it makes me wonder how casting is really done. It was like oh it's gotta be right because because as as we can tell her we'll see another one. We'll see another one. Yeah and you know it's like quentin tarantino. He's got the same actors in his movie over and over a certain directors like to work with certain actors certain actors like to work with each other. You know all the ryan murphy shows you've got you know the same actors evan in peter sarah paulson mma roberts. They just intertwine everybody because they find who they like to work with. I think that's okay okay. Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah. I get my friend day job if i could would you would okay actually may have a job for you. Oh okay talk about that off podcast. You guys wanna. You'll have to follow us on social to figure out what that's all about. Maybe then we have have walton who is his waltons the c._e._o. Of the company <hes> who is played by jimmy simpson. He's an american actor who's been in westworld house of cards and it's always sunny in philadelphia which is a show. I've watched nut didn't really enjoy oh. I haven't seen it like a outside of the main character robert..
"u._s" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We were talking about yesterday. Equal pay in women's soccer specifically with the national team. I there neither side budging. Neither side is party and you women's soccer u._s. Soccer as a whole but specifically typically women's soccer has released their thing about whether or not they're actually paying the women's players more than the men which if this ends up going into a courtroom they're going to want to see all the financial documents and everything else going forward again a number that's out there thirty four point one million for the women twenty six point four million for the men in the same period of time between twenty ten and two thousand eighteen <hes> the women continuing to scream equal pay and if they're bringing in the revenue we discussed it here and i'm not backing off of that statement if you're bringing in the revenue via capitalism which is how this country works. Did you get paid equal if you're not you don't now if you're in the executive offices of women of u._s. Soccer and you're a woman and you're doing the same job opposite man you damn well better be getting paid the exact same amount of money that's how it works but if you're on the field and you're being compensated by fannies and he's in the seats and ratings you gotta get the ratings up there and get the fannies in the seats simple as that the atlanta football coach m._l._s. clarify his statements statements. He's looking forward to the time when women's soccer is financially on the same par with men so the women could get paid equally all right. He was clarifying so he didn't lose his job. Which what it came down here but again i'll challenge you any of these listeners out there to go. Oh look at a women's professional soccer game and tell me why the maximum amount of fannies in the seat is thirteen thousand for any of their franchises and why the minimum emma is three thousand. That's family and friends took a long while for m._l._s. to get there on the men's professional women's level you look at another decade. Perhaps to all right. We're out. We're.
"u._s" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!
"Just talking to read one of their tour hands or about that and he's like he was telling me how he was like the only one like all day j- noticing it and so he went out to remove the mother's age but the fun thing is we're not there. We're sitting on our sofas but we get to watch the whole thing became media so i feel like we all get to be a part of their shows. I was hilar- there's nothing like being shows but still social media's next the next thing next best thing about it so i just feel you like social. Media gives just gives us a window to like what we're missing and so i love social media for that reason. There's so many good things about it but like we were saying earlier. There's also so many things about about it. That seem a little bit fake like aspects of it that like your rudeness can come out and you're like there's so many good things right so many good things. There's a lot of things that i think when you have younger children to like things you want to protect them from absolute which i think a lot of the kids are facing those days which sh we never even our older kids never had to really grow up with the right i mean we're not so different now for like you know recent really on social media to where she's doing it herself right. <hes> you get a little older. You need to interview our kids. Yeah talk to our kids doc about issues that they face or they deal with with it. Yeah exactly. Let's do that for a future podcast. I think so. I think that's that's a good idea i can't i just can't imagine like i think in terms of anna mostly when i think about social media and i can't imagine the pressure of like always like i don't there's just so many people who are like so like fashion oriented in the everything's always perfect and everything looks so good and you always looks like no one has a pimple and no one has and you just feel like so much pressure to be that person and like i. It's just so much pressure. I felt pressure as a kid trying to live up to everybody. Else's like sort of you know the unspoken expectations of what you're supposed to look like getting your terms that we had or whatever to be popular but now it's like a global thing yeah a little bit of next eleven. Now it's own. I agree but so let's do it in the future. Let's have some of our yeah definitely and boy yeah because i know ryan deals with the same kind of stuff but i feel like girls in particular to have a hard time in u._s. Have girls acid totally different. Yeah all right sure yeah. Let's do that and the little guys wanna hear that you guys want to hear about our girl no kids and let in maybe there's certain <hes> topics within it that you'd want to find out more about or you'd want us to cover when we had someone ask us or when we ask questions on twitter like what are you guys. I want to hear on our podcast. We've got a lot of those people saying. How do you navigate social media right you know how do your kids navigate social media. How you know all it does show part of everyone's lives and it is it is a part of life no matter how you try to have to take it you have to be able to to not be so serious about it though you can't make your entire life and like especially these kids who thinking taking yourself so serious and stuff like how many times have you guys had a picture picture taken of you at a show up in your tagged photos and you have like okay for me. I'll speak for myself. I have like eighty seven shins shen literally eighty-seven chins and i'm like okay. That's like flight and i'm not happy about it. I had a show just the last time i was on there. <hes> this girl is like. Can you get a picture and i was holding your phone. I don't know how it went down but she took a picture of me and i looked at it real quick and i had like forty seven chins uh-huh. Oh no no no no. We're taking another picture and so..
"u._s" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"By knowing what the U._S. U._S. knew about them. The U._S._S._R. was able to stay one step ahead of its Cold War rival in its own intelligence activities as the money kept coming in George found new luxuries to augment his bachelor lifestyle in addition to his addiction to what he called the good good life. Georgia's profligate spending was also a strategy for avoiding detection the K._G._B...
"u._s" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)
"Far as Bitcoin bitcoin putting in some nice bullish activity again as I said about a five I percents candle and the theory and putting it about four point one five so lagging behind about one percent not making it up nearly as high relatively as bitcoin because we are an established a bearish trend on a theory and we've already had the <hes> we've already had the baseline cross under on a theory of so we are still reeling from that in trading under that philosophy <hes> so again a lot of people got excited to go along last night price came back up to test the primary baseline and rejected immediately from it so again. What Atari explosion is telling you to take no trade minks minks is bearish below the line but it is getting closer and closer and closer to the zero line and what Atar explosion is flipping green so is flipping bullish so if we do get a nice breakout above the primary baseline there will be a long on the table for Theorem <hes> we can look at V._P._I.? We can see that volume price. Confirmation index is trending and rising up above as well. The non zero lag is above the zero line as well so it is telling us that based on recent volume the volume is there so I would be looking to take a theory. I'm long should price go go ahead and cross and closed above the primary baseline and give us the volume and volatility that we need to initiate a bullish trade but other than that <hes> other than that <hes>. There's nothing to do right now. There's nothing to do right now. <hes> the reversal baseline bounce was the trade to take <hes> if if one would've taken that trade then one would have been up if one would have taken the reversal baselines base line bounce trae the moment it'd be up about two point three zero percent. So what do I see kind of in the interim obviously be looking for those be looking for those continued short positions and only be taking the trade on the breakout above the primary Ema <hes> the above the primary baseline is how I'm looking at the chart and how I'm doing at this moment. Let's look at Bitcoin as bitcoin continues to look terrible <hes> continues to look quite terrible. We did get a cross back below the primary baseline here what Atar explosion did not allow us to take that trade in this particular situation <hes> but again <hes> did set us up for a nice trade makes signaling the short here I do have all all all signals all signal faltering turned off on makes of this current point in time or signal displays. What I mean to say you can turn it back on in the settings long and short? I just turned it off because I find that those are distracting to me personally because I wrote the Dang thing so yeah anyways <hes> F- bitcoin not not really looking not really looking can very good on earth bitcoin. Obviously price is significantly low. I if we go look at if we go look at a little bit of a longer sharp so if you look at the bitcoin on something like this an axe or the trix chart for example right we can see that we I mean we are. We are approaching. You know a new year to two thousand seventeen the last time we even touched a price like this. I'm we are touching you know we we are approaching two thousand sixteen levels of resistance so there's a lot of there's a lot of oh kind of hubbub made about that about how theory and Bitcoin is extremely undersold extremely overvalued <hes> again I I don't trade reversals. I wait for the market to prove its bullishness before I looked to take on long trips and you know again December two thousand eighteen the run up in December two thousand eighteen was a pretty good time to take it there bitcoin to the upside. <hes> there were a couple a few more micro trends there <hes> <hes> but overall <hes> this has been one of the greatest coins too short <hes> on on God's Green Earth. This has just been one of the greatest no risk coins too short <hes> pretty much since <hes> two thousand seventeen June of two thousand seventeen when an ad it's a massive massive massive bullish run beginning in December two thousand sixteen and all the way up <music> so anyways. That's a bad guys. What is the primary baseline signed so a primary baseline is going to be a line on the chart that you have to tell you whether you're bullish or bearish <hes> and if you are above your baseline then you only look to go long and if you are below lawyer based on you only look to go short and that can be whatever you want it to be? I teach people how to find their own baseline N. P. T. P. are there any options for people in the United States to use leverage trading the ones. I've found are supposedly not available in the United States. <hes> cracking cracking is available to you and currently finance but that will be an well actually no not finance because you have to have verified account so cracking cracking cracking. That's pretty much it. They offer up to five x leverage which is pretty much. All you need otherwise have to utilize V._p._N.. Wanted Access leverage exchange. Let's see your thank you so much phillip. I highly appreciate that my good friend anyways so again continue to be bearish on Bitcoin until proven wrong by the market and I haven't been for almost two years now so ah let's see her liking looking pretty good we did cross and close above the primary and the Tertiary Baseline yesterday signaled a primary signal from what Atar explosion and of course <hes> excuse me excuse me excuse me mix was already quite bullish makes did give us the long signal over here on the twenty fourth of July little bit of consolidation but now finally closing the tertiary baseline with very beautiful signal from what Atari explosion so again lycoming bitcoin actually looks quite good to me. I'm quite bullish on like when Bitcoin at this point in time and inactive position unlike when bitcoin be looking for this overhead resistance coming in around <hes> not zero or excuse me point zero one zero six eight four currently and again if we look at Q._A.. T._R. Need to fix this in the code. There's just started popping up uh-huh all right there we go. We go ahead and look at our Q._A. T._R.. Levels of course we'd be looking at something like <hes> not one. Oh three we're looking at did not want to nine. We'd be looking at not one four phil asks <hes> isn't overbought oversold really consequence in relation to liquidity Freddie versus price so to an awesome later <hes> the way that overbought oversold are calculated is going to vary area from oscillated oscillators but all all that means is that there's an upper and a lower boundary to an oscillator typically or some arbitrary level that that determines what overbought or oversold is typically the idea is that if price goes so high it is above this arbitrary level on the Saas later and therefore is overbought reversal is likely ugly and I do think that that is a prime example of something like a self fulfilling prophecy in a trading because the only reason why that would matter is if a whole lot of other other people were looking at that and thinking the exact same thing you can say that it tends to coincide pretty well with you know <hes> investors who have made quite a bit of money feeling a. and wanting to take profits in an uncertain marketplace <hes> but in reality there so there again. There's there's a verbiage. You have to understand this. There's there's there's words that have have definitions in trading and there's words that have different definitions when you apply to investment or words mean different things in different markets right so overbought oversold old in the stock market when you're dealing in the realm of intrinsic value <hes> in you know <hes> whether you're talking about commodities or whether you're talking about stock prices <hes> is in relation to the current price of this asset or commodity or stock is undervalued or overvalued. That's really what overbought or or or or oversold means means that there is there is a consensus of what the fair market price is for this asset or stock or commodity and sellers have gotten too aggressive and pushed the price below its fair market value so the dynamics of overbought oversold will happen when investors see that they see something that is oversold they see the value in the intrinsic value and what it is that has been oversold right basically seeing something that is is more valuable ravaged by sellers and they're gonNA come in and swoop it up and that vying is going to push price back to fair market value though speculators will then sell at that price potentially Julie and earn a reward for their speculative efforts and that's the kind of the invisible hand of the market. That's the dynamics of <hes> buyers and sellers keeping price asset price and fair equilibrium <hes> and very similar when something has been overbought too much it's too it's been priced too high against it's consensus fair market value and so- sellers are gonNA come in and sell the market down and and be rewarded for their efforts Tony Star good to see a man. Would you just look at change. Look at <hes> Bullseye says Justin thank you for teaching us specific indicator strategies like he did earlier with Fisher tea and such thank you very much man highly appreciate them Lt U._S._d.. Of Course O._T._C. U._S._D.. We'll look at this on coin base again. <hes> Li- coin to the dollar looks good. It doesn't look as good as lt he B._T._C. <hes>. If we look yesterday we did get the long signal and Lt U._S._D.. So as I signaled to a lot of the guys <hes> you know the trade on coined. The dollar is is valid. The trade on my coined BITCOIN IS VAL again. It doesn't mean that the trade is guaranteed but it just means that all the bullish that all the signal generation is done. We got a we got. A verified lied long signal on L._T._C._B.. Deep took the trade on L. T._C._U.. Nineteen contract and <hes> and Lt U._S._D. and U._S._D.. Look very good as well so you can take that trade wherever you like but overall. We look quite good l._d._C. U._S._D.. Does look quite good. Let's look at <hes> and again we can see the volume is confirming. The volume volume price confirmation index is confirming as well. We've got Zulema moving up as well and our regular non Zima moving up as well confirming the bullish movement in price <hes> in fact as soon as we have enough data so we can't look at this segment but we can look here and see where we last closed. We closed above zero line so that's actually quite good light. Yoga me good to see a house for Chan doing for you. Today my good friend I have not looked at uh-huh. I will be happy to put that on the request list where my good friend <hes> <hes>. Let's see here in U._S._D.. And let's go look at Bemba B._N._B.. Again putting it a little bit of bullish reversal activity behavior as well popping right back up to the primary Mary Baseline I do want to note out that I did have <hes> from the olden days. I did draw these levels of support and resistance on <hes>. Let's get rid of A._T.. A._P._R.. Here for just a moment and look.
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"The children are dirty. They're sick. They're being detained for long periods of time. And they're hungry. an immigration lawyer describes what she saw when she visited children being held at the u._s. mexico border some of the children are given a thin blanket or sheet to sleep with but as punishment sometimes those blankets and sheets are taken away today on the takeaway how the u._s. immigration system treats children i'm tansy vega also on the show the black community and south ben reacts to me or buddha judges handling of a police shooting there's a saying that if you don't practice what you've reached in what you preach only speech and it won't reach and we have the first part in our new series life after overdose and i remember thinking that we would evolved in better off and especially her if she had just died during that first overdose To take away. We'll be right back after these headlines. live from n._p._r. news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump is imposing additional sanctions against iran after calling off a military strike over that country's downing of u._s. military drone last week and peers mara liasson has more president trump signed an order that he says will impose hard hitting sanctions on iran it will deny on supreme leader and other top rainiers access to financial instruments the president said he plans to increase pressure on tehran so that they will never get a nuclear weapon this comes after trump ordered then reversed himself on a military strike against iran after iran shocked down a u._s. drone there's a lot of restraint has been shown by us a lot of restraint and that doesn't mean we're going to show it in the future president trump pulled the u._s. out of the nuclear deal and placed crippling economic sanctions on iran in the hopes iran would agree to a different deal or change its behavior that has not happened mara n._p._r. news washington u._n.'s high commissioner for human rights michelle balat is criticizing governments that prosecute people who helped migrants flee their country or enter another one illegally lisa shlein explains but sledge calls this worrying trend this year should reports more than one hundred ordinary people in europe have been arrested or prosecuted for feeding hungry migrants helping them find shelter or even in one case getting a woman in labor to a hospital to give birth persecutions of ordinary people seeking to helping deals in distress hold taking place in the united states and elsewhere in several countries newly measures aimed to penalize and ios which rescued people drowning at sea bucks let's says criminalising acts of basic human decency must be resisted for n._p._r. news i'm lisa shlein in geneva extreme be easier to figure out your medical bills president trump is expected to sign an executive to order this hour requiring doctors insurers and other health providers to disclose more information about prices before the patient receives healthcare services health and human services secretary alex as our asian empowerment of course requires grandparents around price and quality those rules aimed to bring that transparency to the healthcare system where patients usually don't find out how much a procedure costs until they get a bill in the mail a longstanding ban on immoral or scandalous words and symbols has been struck down by the supreme court the justices today ruled against the trump administration which defended the law involving a clothing brand with a name that could be heard as follow language the court found the law the nineteen o five law violated constitutional free speech rights wall street is trading and mixed territory at this hour the dow is up twenty points at twenty six thousand seven hundred thirty nine the nasdaq down eighteen points at eighty thirteen the s. and p. five hundred is down three points at twenty nine forty seven you're listening to n._p._r. news and i'm jimmy floyd for w._n._y._c. in new york at three or four the democratic presidential debates begin later this week the d._n._c. and n._b._c. networks randomly divided the crowded field of candidates into two groups of ten appearing on two consecutive nights when thursday and thursday ford and political science professor christina greer says for candidates with low poll numbers like senators cory booker and kirsten gillibrand as well as mayor bill de blasios this will be an important opportunity to pick up some momentum their main issue will be introducing themselves to potential voters and potential donors from across the country you know all of them will have their websites that they'll shut out really quickly i'm sure the debates take place from nine to eleven pm on wednesday and thursday nights they air on n._b._c. m._s._n._b._c. and telemundo and of course we will have coverage starting on wednesday morning here on w._n._y._c. a pair of daredevil siblings has successfully cross times square on a high wire nick and liana will end up made the walk twenty five stories above as onlookers watched the stunt sunday it was liana will lend us first stunt since an accident two years ago left her with severe injuries she says she's no longer haunted by that near death experience i was worried i was going to be more nervous but but what i said israel the fear really is gone i had i had gotten fear kind of grip me for a little bit after the accident and i it's gone i was home the will lend us completed their walk across a thirteen hundred.
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"To episode to the producer. Dental podcasts happy new year to listen to this. Today is all about moving move into the survey even if you're not interested in moons video so i think every one of us post qualifying from a u._k. Or international school has actually wanted. I wonder i wonder what it takes to move to u._s._a. Because i think very early on we pick up this knowledge that our dental degree is not actually valid in the u._s._a. And there are many barriers areas checchi working there so this this podcast is anyone who's ever wondered what it takes to to move to save your dental degree how to obtain a license. They're all perhaps you already midway. Through the process saw the very heavily invested or considering about moving to the usa this will give you lots of good tips experiences from our guest today christina gow chan who so you know she's she's. I'm very well. She's actually starting at boston university to convert her dental degree to use one and we'll be talking about entrance exams fees and the politics of it language exams you have to do. I didn't really appreciate who here in alabama today before we delve into that i want to share with you. The progressive dental appel for today's episode again. This is another non clinical episode and do not worry also can cool stuff lined up for the future anyway. Today's particip- dental which is also non non clinical is a financial one. Basically i want you to go to w._w._w. Dot global rich list dot net and i want you to enter your income okay because this is something that is so i- opening you need to see that if you listen to podcasts you're likely as a dentist therapy somewhere and actually when you enter a your figures in i bet you probably in the top twenty million people in the world okay top twenty million riches people are probably the top zero point three percent of people and sometimes it's really important to appreciate how lucky we are and how privilege we have to live in these countries that we live in and to do the work that we do that is very stressful and brings lots of reward in which i think we're very deserving of sometimes really important to know that we really are in the top zero point whatever percent in the world and to never forget that just looking ahead future podcasts. I've got lined up. I've got stuff about uncle microscopes how to make it affordable in practice practice. I've got specialization routes. M condense becoming a registrar. Let's say restarted industry and all these routes that you tend to consider any any one unstaged professional career so be delving deeper into that inclusion topics lined up so i've got lots of great contact coming so please subscribe on either. I tunes google. Podcast cars are now on spotify as well so share the love and i look forward to connecting you anymore. So let's listen up to christina gotcha interview with her which i think is such a great resource for anyone who's even vaguely thinking about moving to the u._s._a. Enjoy it yeah. Tell tell everyone who's listening right now a little bit about yourself where you qualified find from what you did after you qualified and how you ended up in the u._s._a. Okay so my name's christina gouging. I graduated exactly author off. <unk> used to another fifty in <hes> since then. I have a democracy in ipswich deanery. That's <hes> south east east of england. That's where my family live so yeah that was the year three by and then after that i was an associate for about a year and a half before i decided that was it and <hes> i want to try any but see my career in america and for those of you don't know you married someone. Who's the u._s. So that's obviously been your thang <hes>. He had it not been for that. You probably may not be in the u._s._a. Right now. Would you say exactly you know. That's exactly i i don't think i would i would have you know because obviously there's quite a few hurdles to get through <hes>. We'll get into that detail a bit more yet for me that he was the main thing. Let's say short short onto him. Say kidnap you and take you to the u._s._a. And it is super daunting your thoughts when you know this is becoming a reality to your about to move to say. What were you thinking thing. And how do you even start. Where does one begin now you start. That's the biggest question. I think that's one of the hardest that's how to step. I would say is actually deciding if this is it for you or not because obviously people research people read up about it but really when they night's action happening. I think that's one of the biggest things to make that five-step so for me. We'll for me and my husband. We wanted some countries while korea's gonna be progressive for both of us oversee. We've both studied so we wanted somebody. That's good <unk>. Bigger opportunities for both is non-medical in software engineering so i._t. Consultant you make softwares. I don't know too much about ah that's fine. The show is all about you not him today so decided that it would work but where does one start do. Where do you even begin to to find out more about to expose the people might be difficult. That's why we're bringing you on the show today so they can learn tom how to go about to what is the first step christina two years of working with the b._b._s. in the u._s._a. Though i would say google there's a great facebook group for a lot of pursuing international. This exists <unk>. No matter where you trained is the same steps <hes> <hes> so for me. I researched online great websites in chechen dentists website to qualify in the u._s. There's lots of resources out. There as amihai started reading up about that. I reached out to my friends family who has done the same n._f._l. <unk> few have done the same as nate. Luckily there was a girl just above me in dental school. She actually literally i think she's even skipped obt and <hes> i remember that she was doing this infamy. Is that while you know. That's amazing asta. Everything is so useful to have someone right who whose so you can follow in their footsteps. I can almost like a mentor to exactly so she was really great and border but you don't need that because you read so much online as well and you think actually when it comes down onto act there's actually you. Don't you find that you know they are strong. So you need to really follow. The guidelines and it's hard isn't it but luckily had her at. I had a few of the <hes> my husband's so friends <hes> had done the same things today qualified in india and nepal so for me. It was the same route we take. It doesn't matter whether you qualify <hes> anywhere out of the u._s. Or canada so you have to do is <hes> two to three extra training base essentially giving back back to dental school the last two years of dentistry. Let's say and how how is it determined whether it's two years or three years that you'd have to still on the programs. There's fifty states. There's a lot of dental schools. Each one has different <hes> curriculums and they all have different time timelines as well and how'd you decide which one's the right right one view and how competitive are these places for for internationals very competitive. I did a research averages. Just about twenty places maybe four thousand applicants and i know that sounds nationally and internationally that that's for us in the whole of u._s. Early twenty community. I think u._s. is easier because they have a lot bigger intakes. I'm talking about international programs in chicago. Dental school will have international program. Um you see so it does about stati or dental schools in u._s. International dentists as students that make some points or thirty dental dental school accept students and how many would they each take on per year roughly you know this all from five and it can be up to eighty so so on average twenty to twenty five its nationals in just internationals and with the national end what what they do is they join you lean with the nationals does that make sense at y'all go together and obviously the ratio is going to be. It's almost graduates. Join second year is just like that. Okay and you had to go before we come onto how you interviewed for our no entrance exams okay so how many exams are there. How difficult is this where can to get help and things all sorts of tell us about the exams though sure sure <hes> so interestingly the main <hes> heidel is the national border dental exams to the pot one in pot to support one is quite simple although it's no more a science based purely a monotony biochemistry microbiology pathology and dental anatomy so it's an eight hour exam so this is just the the beginning. You get breaks every hour. It's up to you. You can manage your time quite well but yes they give you an umbrella minute multiple choice amongst choice questions and it's four hundred questions so hundred in each category and you know what it does sound not a ah fast. I was just reading it but you can do it just needs. Maybe a few months of practice so really. I think you do need people do do you know on top of their jobs. I know people who have done these dams with a full time job in it and i really praised with families and things like that softer. Yes yes hats off exactly for me. I was really lucky having supporting husband by took bus expense out and i just moved stuck in my room and i just got on within. That's the only way i knew i could do it very good. So that's part one is it does yes okay. Do you know roughly a couple of things about part one on exams. What is the pass rate or failure even that and also other fees like yes. It's a fees roughly old exams about five hundred dollars. Maybe a little bit more five fifty. It goes up every year. I believe that's dollars and ozzy the flights things like that so i guess you have to take that to count but yes i was a five hundred dollars. Yep boss right. What's the pulse rate the on slate. I would say it really depends because i think there's like the era has a different prostrate full dental school dental students nostra students on international dentist because we're having to learn this on our own whereas what what traditionally happens is the u._s. Students actually do this on their second year this board of exams saderah <unk> day so it's i. It's like doing doing a second year dental school so i feel like that got lot. Higher prostate impacted the international. Dentists is the past the past month fifty percent. Usually you need but seventy five..