17 Burst results for "Verifone"

"verifone" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:20 min | 4 months ago

"verifone" Discussed on KGO 810

"I. V. E. two three five five one seven now back to coast to coast AM I'd KGO eight ten so the question I was going to launch it Dr Brian Crim author of our Germans project paperclip in the national security state before the break was just this do was it were any of the **** that we brought over to Huntsville or two main or to the Ohio did any of them ever commit crimes in the United States which then they got cover for from either the FBI or for local authorities because of their diplomatic status or their importance within the you know the military industrial complex yeah I didn't build the one sort of famous case I think it's kind of comical is it is that it was verifone brown's brother Magnus one brown eye when they were stationed in el Paso Texas they went I think from white sands New Mexico to to access issues you know I think of nineteen fifty number field earlier than I was it was eighty seven forty eight button magnets on brown who is not nearly as talented as brother reading is a trained chemist I also had the dossier that said he was the one hundred percent not the yeah you're not bring over but he did something really stupid he stole a platinum bar from I've been like a bar of gold to the bottom from the army base there and tried to dispel pointed at a pawn shop in el Paso and he was arrested and the army swooped in the army kind of a you know criminal police came and and and talk to the owner of the hot topic said Hey if we let this go and and really did not want the story to get out because it would have not only blown the lid off of paper clip but it would really make it connected the von Braun personally sure so they so one of the funny part here that they told one brown about this involved brown took a brother aside and apparently beat him up in front of a bunch of people box due to years of custom and take them and then left them with a black guy and and I think that would that that was that the administrators on punishment but other than that not the Germans are very very good at keeping a low priced profile when it came to things like that like any kind of criminal activity their their crimes are much larger and much more yeah integral to do it through the state and that was for their own benefit there very well compensated they were upstanding citizens and pretended to be anyway and that was part of their appeal what were they getting paid to hear the question what did not what what were they getting paid they were getting paid probably the equivalent of if you were in government now kind of a GS thirteen salary in there but they're getting really paid well as civil servants so if they work for the if I were the government they they were high paid civil servants what today's dollars it would probably be between eighty to a hundred thousand but if they were in the private sector for example like we talk about Walter Dornberger but there are many others one of sky's the limit sorry one of the many citizens right it it Magnus von Braun and it it is do you think he thought he could get away with it was it did it was it part of the package that he thought he was getting that that he was untouchable or was it just a really have like inactive total stupidity I think he actually was yeah it was entitled and and so and all the people in the inner circle of on ground of felt that way as well and yet just the listing agent and bar of gold it that obviously had like I think I have the army you know serial number on the difference at the pawn brokers like ally I'm not gonna touch this because I know right but yeah that I think it's this is what you see with the younger than me but I pointed he was only twenty thirty in number is barely forty even so I mean it's a lot you should know better but yeah I don't know about entitlement and about his ideology why would be so much more than not the the biographer von Braun Michael my phone thinks it's because I'm on the verge of a very very was not raised in and have a year is already too old but Magnus was and so he probably did get a heavy dose of that ideological training as a year and by the time the war is over he's he's pretty much been raised on I'm not he thought whereas if you have R. brown was already kind of an adult when he took the job with with Dornberger so that sense of entitlement may have driven from a sense of superiority from the years of indoctrination yeah I think that's very true yes I do by the way this is just an aside we're talking to Brian Crim author of our Germans I've always been curious about the broken arm of Werner von Braun in in that photo that he's give us a call yet serious cast right where he's like and what wow did he break his arm well when the when Telemundo was involving you know because the Russians are coming and they kind of scattered scientists to the the four winds of the smart ones got out on their own because there was a very real fear that that the SS would rather kill all the scientists and well allow them to follow any hand so interesting and and von Braun knew that but he the so they were right there heading south they knew that the Americans were sort of in the in the Bavaria region so in that track in a jeep there was a I don't know I don't think you're driving but the jeep had a serious accident and end up on brown broke his arm and I think it's more than that I think is a collar bone or something looks yeah shoulder something you've ever experienced that and so when he was actually the cover of my book of him leading army army counter intelligence right it's probably only a week after that accident and they've been there in a ski ski chalet and and Veria over Bayern kind of almost all the Austrian border actually today it is Austria visit Austria interesting so they it there was just bye tension between the state department which seemed more it helped get had a greater central authority and then the war department or the the you know the the army navy etcetera and it seems like at one point the the feelings of the state department were decidedly against a project paperclip it does this parallel and overall sort of redistribution of power between the state department and the military yeah I think that's an excellent way to frame it that by by the time you get to the national security act of nineteen forty seven yeah the traditional power brokers of American foreign policy at the no one's taking part in first and foremost as you might expect but after the the NSA it really is the military is not only a co equal not brands but has militarized the state department itself and that's what's happened during this period and typical is a microcosm of the slaughter battle for control between civilian authority and and the military and what happens is that the what is running about along with a small group called the joint intelligence objectives agency and that the what heading into this is essentially we went oh six either a navy captain or an army colonel which is kind of junior for how important yeah really but they were running the show and the joint part of this means that they had to have other people on the committee that included the state department and you know justice the state department representatives with the with the lawyer named Samuel Klaus who happen to be a Jewish lawyer truck coming over from treasury and he had a very important job during the war which is to run something called the safe haven program the treasury department feared that the **** would send all the gold and all the money abroad to keep it safe and could be used later and the state treasurer Thomas trying to stop that not only did they did a great job so when we recorded the now if they get in a class to sit in on this committee and that's absolutely the wrong person the giants the J. I. O. A. wanted someone one who is Jewish and have hospitalized or not these into someone who's an expert at knowing how the **** are covering up their future plans and the always the suspect thing as well so he was against the paper clip not because he didn't think Gee we should export the science but you do not bring over these people of the United States and give them carte Blanche give them citizenship allow them to to run free essentially in our own country when we're telling the rest of the world that this is a legal on the wrong thing to do the rise a permanent problem for them and you know the big part of my story yeah I think I was just getting to that part when we well I actually had to do the interview so I I would expect a filling in the blank but I do like your other hero that you talk about Jessel at the very beginning who played kind of a similar voice of conscience yes and and you when you kindly blame some of my other my other books the the book about the class of thirty one about the German Jewish emigre in defeated Germany it's hemmed Walter Jessel who I came across the story because he I contacted the family to get a diary and and kind of you know this manuscript you wrote but he was a German Jew who will last Germany right in nineteen thirty three wound up in the United States in nineteen thirty eight joined the army as soon as he could and like many in about like two to three thousand German Jews was trained at camp Ritchie Maryland should be a interrogator translator Intel has operated carburetor and in some cases a saboteur but in his case he was you know age and talent intelligence official notice army officer and he was the very first person to encounter the rocket team in June of nineteen forty five why did they leave to interrogate them and already been holed up for awhile but he interrogated of most of the members of the rocket fuel and wrote this brilliant the screening report but he called it and and really laid out all the things that they do offer us and all the way that they are lying all the things that they have done to sell themselves informado into they really are also how they're covering up their crimes and and he was a really expert at the dissecting their minutes because he was one of them he was a German he.

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"verifone" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"verifone" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Famous verifone cops just heard on the news this morning and I was like oh that's going to be a problem later the future of Venice and our fifth annual musical train of gratitude where artists tell us about the music they're thankful for keep making music I really like that you have helped shape a little black girl from Virginia so honored that your voice is present in our world first these headlines live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dale Willman president trump is on his way back to the United States after making a surprise thanksgiving day visit to US troops in Afghanistan NPR's Windsor Johnston reports that while in Afghanistan trump announced plans to restart peace negotiations with the Taliban that announcement comes less than three months after he scuttled talks with the group speaking at bag from air base on the outskirts of Kabul trump thank the troops for their continued service in America's longest war he also suggested that the Taliban are ready to negotiate the Taliban wants to make a deal we'll see if they want to make it has got to be a real deal but we'll see but they want to make a deal and then I want to make a deal because you're doing a great job that's the only reason I want to make a deal trump ended formal peace talks with the militant group in September after a claim responsibility for an attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier the president also says the US is moving ahead with plans to substantially reduce troop levels in Afghanistan wins our Johnston NPR news Washington officials in China have summoned the US ambassador to protest new legislation signed by president trump this week the measures mandates sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials who carry out human rights abuses in Hong Kong in Hong Kong meanwhile police spokesman shall get Ming says there's extensive damage at the school were protesters retreated following fierce clashes with police in recent weeks the campus has been maliciously occupied and damaged over the.

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"verifone" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"verifone" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"How she now. She watching me really like stalking me weird. It's weird. You wanna talk. No, okay. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three added. Pat unleashed on Twitter. Drunken sailor tweets, we just invade Mexico. We tried that we actually it was pretty successful. We took what we wanted. Yeah. Gave it all back and just said, okay? We're going to keep this stuff north of your border. And then we'll give you fifteen million dollars for it too. So it's pretty generous of conquer to do that. Yes. Dusty ass. Cracker tweets Keith on a Monday morning, Pat. You're stupid. Keith. You're stupid that. No. You're stupid, Keith know your. Stupid. So at least that's how the show started the last word. Birkin? Steve tweets, I think this is caravan number three possibly three hundred. Yeah. Yeah. Right chicken, tasty too. Jeffy when we need them. I think Keith needs a hug or some sour patch. No, keep doesn't need a hug and the only way I give a hug Jeffy is. He has to do something really dramatic like have a heart attack. Okay. Well outside of that. No, hugs. Okay. Is it easy to far? It's been over thirty days. Now the too far beyond the heart attack. Oh, yeah. That one and done. I'm not giving him any more coffee lover 'em. Speaking of Sean, Hannity is there truth to the rumor, he's a scientologist. That's interesting. I haven't interesting VeriFone phone other people can call and talk about it. Could we take some calls? Look we whenever we wanted to. We have calls at are on there now halls Halls yet. yet. No. What do people call to get on the air? We have that number. It's right there. No, do I have a cool number in front of me. I'm so sorry. Sorry. That's interesting. Interesting. No cost. Let's read some more about Scientology is Sean Hannity. Scientologists Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight. Here we have any calls here. None. It's just incredible. Sure. You did say chicken to tasty, and I just snap my fingers and poof, and there was chicken chicken biscuit landed right in my lap. Here's great. A tweet from capsized Guam. Hey, Pat Petco is infringing on your show name. This right in right in the advertisement at the very bottom of their coupons. Five dollar off coupon. Petco unleash tech cO. Is here. Early familiar on that stick and company. Make a phone call after this just suit never have to work. Again, Petco unleashed from oaktown, unfiltered, the people of his Walea tell President Trump that if the United States removes Madero, they will personally build the wall. I believe we have a video these actual video translate them, speak Spanish. Good afternoon. We told Mr President of the United States. Don't trump. If you're move president Maduro, we will build your wall and Mexico for. We will even painting. That is awesome. You gotta love those guys. I mean once you painted, you know, now you've committed to keeping up that maintenance every few years those six guy. Yeah. Venezuela could do a better job than the entire United States of America has done thus far they'll build our wall say, yes, let's remove Madero. And let them do it haven't. We kind of helped so crooked euro get removed by algae Glasgow and seriously that was a move on the part of Donald Trump. So we've done our part. His we can balance a little on the criticism today that we've given President Trump for caving on the wall with saying another another Jiddish move Jim away. Bye bye, actually endorsing the other guy the opposition leader as the president of Venezuela now, and it encouraged other nations to do it. And there's more on the way probably this week. And of course, Russia sticking with the socialist, it doesn't count Robin my ear, of course, it counts. It's variation of the word is Jim blitz on this particular jingle. Yeah. Says I mean, you said it was a Jewish move the root word. So yes counts. Thank you very much triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three added. Pat unleashed on Twitter. You know, what's amazing just talking about the extremism, the radicalism of the of the democrat party?.

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"verifone" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on KFC Radio

"So I just had a hit moving recently and he's essentially he's just he's a grandma view and. So he was talking to, let's go for, I don't know. I think it only like weaker sue, and then her and her friend or I'll hanging out at the house with us. And before they leave the girl that he's been targeting asked for my number and you know my not gonna Bill Gross. So, yeah, you remind number two days later, you know, we started hooking up. And you know straight up with them at the super soft me about a, obviously somebody, let's split stop as a two parter thoughts on that situation. You invite some girl over. She ends up asking for your number, the roommates number. Fair foul. Are you upset? Can you blame the guy what type of diet do be quietly upset, but yet fucking son of a bit. But I, I guess I wouldn't blame you either. I mean, it's kind of like, you know, that's the game, right? It's like, you know. I think it's fucked. I think I think it's fucked up on the girls part to be like in in the house. Like with the roommate Bill, yo- was your number. And I do think, I guess it depends on like how hot she is. And if you're in a terrible slump or how close you are with the roommate, you maybe should be like as other fish in the sea? Yeah, I should try to move just try to not move in on this if I was this guy. Yeah, I, I guess just nice if yesterday I'm gonna give it to you, but then it's like I a couple of days later. It's like, well, you didn't? Yeah, I, I wouldn't hook up with someone. Okay. Who's menial? We're on the same page. If it was like a Craigslist person like, I don't know maybe, but then I'm like, maybe you're gonna murder me. So you're the good friend that I'm not doing it to you or your stranger, and I'm scared to do it to you? Probably not. I have a little bit of standards on that. I'm not going to do it. But second follow-up part here, VeriFone or. Little hook up, but when he was like, yeah, she wants interim. Yes. So he's a lamb on throw on like a big like back to school party here soon. And he's telling me and I call girl who's gonna advice do the, you know what I do that like you. Just like if you can you dislike pretend to be gay or something. That's national fell one girl, whatever. It was fucking retired. And yes, I guess my question is just general thoughts on, you know, this guy asking media like act like you're gay. I mean, if you're having a party first of all, I would do it. Just going to be funny guy pulled this off at that would be an convince everyone that I'm gay. That would be a fun, pretty sure I could. Very sure I do. I'm yeah, I've had it happen a time or two. Dennis, what he's bartended. You come out. Fucking right. I would be. Heels, I wouldn't even have to go shopping. I just have the clothes for gay. Well, you wouldn't have the act bro. I could play that part. Yeah. Hoping to lead the the. But other than that, having a party, you're voting a bunch of people over. You don't get to call on everybody. Yeah. No, it's like I mean, first of all, shout out to this roommate because like you are apparently a big time Cockman. It's like you. You could potentially Faulk everybody here. So you need to be almost sexual tonight. That's like that. That's a big boost right there. We always say like, people thinking you're gay is like the biggest compliment people asking you to pretend to be gay because you're such a threat now cooking now I feel good about myself, but yeah, you don't get to call dibs on everybody and you don't get the ask people to act, you know, hey, man, you pretend you're an axe murderer so that none of the girls here one Hobo you, hey, what's up on the roommate? I'm a rapist. You don't wanna. Fuck me. Also, the other rumor was smart. He would just spread these rumors, say tell everyone who's going. He's not one of those like flamboyant gay guys. He's like a normal gay guy, but he does not wanna. Fuck girls? Nope. No. You say I would have gone rapists. Oh, now he's a convicted felon..

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"verifone" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Yeah. That was a miserable experience with the enemy tro sustain an unnecessary and then they went, oh, you've got an interview. This one doctor says he's microsurgery for women, and I interviewed him and it was great good to talk about the microsurgical interventions for enemy tros. Now you need to interview him. Did an hour with them down. They got that clip. Is it true? It can finally get this done this vines. That's forty. Eight minutes. I don't have half as much as most of these folks or attempt a hundred. There's only so much you can eat this song, so big house. You can have. Many may be contract. It's enough. You don't have to. The take poverty just to say, we'll let me help out a few of the other folks lemme look at that child out there who doesn't have enough to eat or meet some school. Let me help him out. I'll pay more in taxes. Misconception. The yes I can afford it. A little more in taxes drew way you at Taghi person been there for a long time. So I try. But what about the schools? I think if it is sixty percent because that's really about the way ago, pay a little bit more and get that school fix that, right? That kid in educate care of everything. Just pay a little more. Go with eighty percent. I do want to give the biggest fuck ups in the world more money. That that's my whole thing. It's like you guys are. We're, we're not taking were earning you're taking and then you're squandering the of a school system that you claim doesn't work while we're sitting at fifty percents. What's the plan. Drew. Yeah. If your kids started a business, let's say your daughter once start a blow out bar. All right. Yeah, she just blew guys all day. Or is it different different? But. Okay. Let's see. That's her business, right. I seem way to ask about the one that was opening by my house. I cleared that up with Lynette pump. The Fisk going Halley, where that she liked it too. Gonna open up, blow out barn foot house. I, yeah, seem weird that she was excited also. Right? An opens one. I'm camping out Sunday high. No, don't bring the kids when he talking. Now, here's I'm saying drew. Yeah. Let's say you're daughter opens a PLO out bar, right? And it's not doing very well in a hasn't been doing very well as a new VeriFone long period of time. And you've been bankrolling it? Yeah. And she said you, hey, this blowout bars not really working. Give a little more. So we could make it work your answer think would be as an investor, all even doing losing money. Go show me the plan how that's going to make a difference. Yeah. I will be very happy to give another couple of ducats, but I need to know what's going on what's going on now doesn't seem to be worked right, and the probability me believing that plan will be low. Well, because you'll never be presented with a plan that's coherent even if it was how why should I believe the history isn't going to be the future? You know what I mean? It's just so when Obama's talking about just a little something, the rich come on a little more so something. So these kids can cause. Educate and have something to eat. Also, do you think you're helping those kids by just telling a come on man? Little more, it's weird. Right? But do you think he thinks economics works the way is described? Yes, he does. Yeah. So the problem is we gotta get a little more into. For more housing projects or what do we need more more money. More redistribution, real redistribution really like get everyone kind of on a level playing field would be everyone's kind of the same. See my feeling is lower the taxes, a little, get everyone motivated and get out their work and a little more. And now, yeah, tend to think that's a sounder plan..

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"verifone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Flash he's now six forty seven on wall street good morning i'm john tucker abbas go over to the first word breaking news desk this morning for today's morning call with felice morass good morning police kidding morning john us futures are higher after china's president xi east concerns about a trade war during a major address last night dow futures are up about two hundred seventy points less than p futures up twenty nine and nasdaq futures are up about one hundred points the ten year yield is up about two basis points at two point seven nine five percent asian stocks closed higher overnight while european stocks are gaining across the board led by germany back in the us on the economic front at six am nf i be small business optimism at eight thirty ppi and at ten am wholesale trade in some of today's top news all eyes are on facebook's mark zuckerberg who's doing congress later today and russia cancelled a planned ruble bond auction for tomorrow and after the bell last night verifone is being taken private by francisco partners in a deal worth about three point four billion dollars regarding analyst actions td ameritrade cme etrade an ice all rated new outperform at bernstein monsanto was downgraded to market performance piano morgan stanley says to invidia despite crypto related weakness and mortgage insurers 'em gic radian were cut to sector perform at our bc live from the first word breaking news desk i'm felice marantz john felice again the risk on cross the markets today with the futures up twenty eight points a rise of about one percents and german dax of one percent the footsie london panther percent the cac in paris is up seven tenths of a percent and to hear live breaking news over your bloomberg type squawk on your terminal it is now six forty nine wall street we check the markets every fifteen eighteen minutes throughout the trading day right here bloomberg and now with more on what's going on around the world we get to bloomberg's michael barr thank you john aids and outside allies described president trump has increasingly frustrated after learning that federal authorities had raided the offices of.

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"verifone" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Well you know when people talk about minnesota the fact that these people are so nice and still nice after their team did make the super bowl not like this is the true test of niceness when you walk around but the you know the viking fans they still want to replay that nfc title game like if yo they want to break it down and you know i i ran into a guy verifone so this so i just land i get to the hotel and y'all so it's i'm going to go get have a beer and a by myself and then i see to younger guys and they go hey were big fans of the show we're not big sports fans but we love the entertainment i gokal great then all of a sudden the guy goes oh here's my dad is dad comes over when all of a sudden he goes a dead dan patrick and then i go i could tell that he really had no idea any at a couple pops and he goes a yana who your and i go okay no already know that this isn't going well and so he goes a hey you know what i saw now now once again when i have somebody telling me what they saw go here we go case keno navy would scare like see in his eyes game against egos scared i go much it's scared its case keno amigos how many nfc title games you played i go i i haven't played in any case keenan wasn't scared he might have he might have been nervous but they did score a touchdown the first drive nyk students eyes in his idea replace support you play sports i go baseball football basketball and a high level you ever played i was like a championship game.

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"verifone" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"Arafat i don't know what i'm saying goes a caitlyn either a podcast i love it i think the question why did you did edvardsson is done boom okay ninety nine ago on lunatics less i am twenty six and a little bit you can help me out uh so i haven't boyfriend dating for five years uh we are super you were in love like he is might end game like he is my person i am his person living them love together that great uh the little problem uh my sharon our big problem uh they're very gracious uh i might it might boyfriend is black uh so and a lot of fun uh dealing with that basically my martin does what's going on and it's taken her a couple of years to kind of quote unquote get over it on she still think for her to break up she hill died than abacha not getting married or having kids to go on with it i think because she wants to keep relations took with me because i'm the only child my dad has no i yet my mom is after you've got to tell my dad because my daddy so anti interracial relationships and years duper just doesn't believe that and what's needed mariel nicer trying going for brutally andy verifone pregnant i don't really know uh the problem with all guy says is that i am very close with mike said his family and i love them all very much um i love the monitoring much and they let me and i would love to bring my boyfriend to go and meet them i live in a different state from my whole family like i live a threehour clean right away i wonder if we're not to introduce him to the family you get when we get married i would love to you would like them and they know about him but i just there bring muslims see him but the problem is my dad doesn't know so because my dad does it no i can't bring money where but i'm afraid to tell my dad because of the outlast i don't wanna lose a parent but i think it might come down to my boyfriend her my dad and i'm good at use my boyfriend because we are going to be the future and if my dad is racist in won't deal with it.

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"verifone" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Hi apps any time where i want authorisation now it's a look at the phone and then double tap the side buttoned and that you are interface of like hitting that home button or hitting the other the what used to be the power button twice now they have like a a weird onscreen indicator like this aero here hit that that's i think a sewer stupid don't you just use your watch for appleby now he's in the troubled k y you're either the tap any i hate it i think the first of all watch on the the verifone thing is stupid first of all the fact that you were talking about apple pay in the context of the watch i mean you if you buy the phone it should work to put does work but i mean it's clunky that's larry what about in the car that's where i was always worried about face eighty yeah especially if you're hint like unlocking for someone else and you're driving yeah so that is the legal limit it's all greer apple would say that while tunisia from the car perry who should be unlucky on the karni way they'd use that him i know every weapon it's unfortunately true most people user phones in the cars for one reason why there may be it's totally legitimate reason like unlocking your phone to to let someone else use it that is much more hassle of a hassle because a face already much more of a hassle it down and out with even dangerous because you actually have to pay attention to it look at your phone precisely and so hopefully that means people stop using the phone in the car or i dunno with way round it like i apple cut a knows when you're driving so maybe they could have aboad where if you are in the driving road then you don't like your it stays on blocked longer well actually it does actually say it gives you a new things as i'm not driving and you have to swipe that right right poets recognizing your yeah yeah yeah there do you miss fingerprint and all dutch eddie.

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"verifone" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Greg moore two hours ago i like place i like playstation right now one hundred one hundred twenty one likes eighteen comments let's see what's happened over here yeah me to says the legend gamer me too i like turtles as edgewise so yes this is like the future now is the in now i only need one dominant leave twitter and only do this remember you can follow me on playstation our come unverified the company that federal i get verified are you not already know i am a various platforms but not on playstation i'm putting you on this than to holen get gary verifone nearly all the strings that you're going to go poll for me payment you're on with first class boy that absolute charges for like i'm now you're nobody me 'only angeles moise job job different also he hasn't on he has won on i don't i just thought of ostrich products new dates for you run dorothy run is coming to playstation vr on december twelve the legend of zelda breath of the wild deal see the champions bout still doesn't have a real release date but we were just talking about this earlier this week the eu shop on nintendo is now saying december 2017 so we are mother is still one more big deal see drop horizon zero in on key my ass no no i mean posselt now i know this is the big story one yeah because we bought the wife antlers so insert we we bought the thing that just by the deals ahead of time so we've got one we got one more coming december apparently test and then there's another hitman game in the works but don't expect anything in in terms of like news until sometime in 2008 elite done with all the big holiday really there's only battlefront stores battlefronts out of for is still play that now if you have access right but it's only like the first little bit of it or is it all of it i dunno thought he i associate tweet about it there's data fronts the only is that that's it right because call duty or is.

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"verifone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Exact sciences coherent mazel robotics expedia bounces smokers as mentioned chase corp rogers core three aborts said the since farms were sanders said farms equin ex aris the networks harris corp kellogg led the trade west the digital trying to turn the corner allying tech pioneer natural resources alibaba they report this week i believe chipotle laid a little bounce up three mk us instruments why why those at a 3s to a more we'll get a few of them done nvidia mckesson jones lang lasalle wipo asml holdings as mentioned william lien's homes homebuilders' been strong piper jaffrey broad com micron tech micron bakes breaks out of a little uh fled pattern after announcing a secondary endured a secretary of veil resorts work day ferrari for our reports the next day or so what are they do stocks thoughts moving before earnings downside shop a fi that's a ten uh credit accepted nine advance energy nine eight a more alexia on pharmaceutical stocks get trashed six aboard sand mita strayer education five or more first solar great reaction to earnings right back down something about subsidies amazon down five i'm very happy about this no i'm pretty sure you know what i don't give target so i'm not going to do today i'll just say this it just feels like amazon's gonna eventually go higher uh i would love on the market the split the different saw the gap uh we'll see uh biogen down four not acting well three aboard lumber liquidators were general on pharmaceuticals the biotech remains weak steven matt and shoes breaks down qualcomm chips and apple be in set a qualcomm covered zinc fidelity national info services vertex pharmaceuticals as mentioned general dynamics emerson electric their rubik to be buying out rockwell tool more hasbro riley automotive adco pera go spark therapeutic smilin' labs cooper company verifone's lyon dell basil simon property group bobo stunt dekker's outdoor ralph fleur.

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"verifone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Good bottom speak put in bought got to wait for earnings before you go further while earnings said that that today wow that's ugly at tesla doubt almost twelve today and it it you could just see tesla's losing all sponsorship here but they reports i believe any day now they can report big losses as we'll see what the market decides edwards life sciences down eleven allch alaska air ten new yearly lows marketaccess 10 i robot ted f the capping up to bucks today leading tree ten that's topped out annexed there nine boy did that top out boeing mentioned lithium odors lithium odors uh they sell autos that topped out six abort tyler tech affiliated managers alumina eagle materials wipo one that's what i was chinese adrs abe biomet was down eleven finished down five netease fight each the fc bank that's been a leader that breaks down equin x united rentals nvidia down five four more china logic general dynamics drinks alexia on pharmaceuticals for general on pharmaceuticals black rock martin marietta materials vertex pharmaceuticals that's topping biotech not acting well ingersoll rand wind worldwide that may be topping dr pepper snapple owens corning why why ain't those are just the force and i'll do some threes just what the heck of an alliance that data systems manhattan associates verifone mccotter lee bray herein die another china name a norfolk southern some of them rail not act of wealth address the networks alibaba priceline shop a fi both walk industries led eccentric national lear corp speedway motor sports eat qte coop new educate new oriental education goldman sachs on amazon they report that belief tomorrow.

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"verifone" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Highly recommend that you're gonna feel better if you talk to what what's again to invest research thank you for being with us today hope all is well with you and yours movers of this day if i can find them let's do the upside ibm up thirteen today again it's not the news it's how things react to the news and the market liked ibm for some reason i do not know why canadian pacific symbols cp and you know i'm not sure if that's numbers but i am going to look at it because that qualifies mice little breakaway gap if its numbers earnings up six revenues up a three are equally accept nine got the upgrade of verifone up eight that things wild have fun mccotter lee brace seven priceline seven was up twenty something china internet something or other just came public at ten it's already thirty chinabased provider of financial advisory services.

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"verifone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"With gary cold bogdan highly recommend that you're gonna feel better if you talk to and once again to investors edge uh thank you for being with us today hope all is well uh with you and your movers of this day uh if i could find them let's do the upside ibm up thirteen today again it's not the news it's how things uh react to the news uh and the market light ibm the some reason why i do not know why canadian pacific simple c p uh and you know i'm not sure if that's numbers but i am a look at it because that qualifies a nice little break gap if its numbers earnings up six revenues up three are equally accept nine got the upgrade of verifone up eight that things wild have fun mccotter lee brace severed priceline seven was up twenty something china internet something or other just came public at ten it's already thirty chinabased provider.

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"verifone" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Carrie colorful highly recommended you're gonna feel better if it'll two and what what's again to investors edge thank you for being with us today hope all is well with you and yours movers of this day if i can find them let's do the upside ibm up thirteen today again it's not the news it's how things react to the news and the market liked ibm for some reason i do not no wi canadian pacific simple cp and you know i'm not sure if that's numbers but i am going to look at it because that qualifies nice little breakaway gap if its numbers earnings up six revenues up three equin accept nine got the upgrade of verifone up eight that things wild have fun mccotter lee brace seven priceline seven was up twenty something china internet something or other just came public at ten it's already thirty chinabased provider of financial advisory.

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"verifone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The business news twenty four hours a day has worked on the radio blows mobile this is a bloomberg business flash and i'm karen moskow futures are now little changed a higher let's head of the first word breaking news desk for today's morning call here's bill maloney good morning bill good morning care that's right modest gains for the us futures right now dow futures currently higher by twenty two points s these gay to and nasdaq futures are higher by a point japan rose overnight while european markets are trading mixed right now a note post the uk election the footsie100 grows and cable is down one point five percent back in the us on the economic front it ten o'clock wholesale inventories st abella four verifone three jesse pearce you trailed s smits the fda requested endo stopped cellmates opioid painkiller and there was down fifteen percent in the pre market and soft bake his boss is by bossi's dynamics from alphabet for an undisclosed amount in deal news digital realty to merged with dupont froze in a seven point six billion dollar deal and wrapping things up snapchats initial over at citigroup polay mcdonald's rated new buys at mizuho and catch all the steeple and over it ups citigroup raised a neutral and no trump was cut to neutral live from the first breaking news desk i'm bill maloney care thanks villain to hear live breaking news of your bloomberg type squawk on your terminal that's squawk that's a bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world michael karen it ended up being a major political blunder for uk prime minister theresa may a decision to hold a snap election to solidify her brexit mandate has backfired and experts say unnecessary base conservative party lost its parliamentary majority the conservatives lost twelve seats that are now at three hundred eighteen at least three hundred twenty six repeat it for the overall majority meemaw the liberal party picked up at least twenty nine seats to.

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"verifone" Discussed on The VoiceFirst Roundtable

The VoiceFirst Roundtable

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"verifone" Discussed on The VoiceFirst Roundtable

"At simple converging point in time the proper technologies would would come about and that would be what we now call cloud computing um worst law the increase ability of memory and and and speed analoguedigital digital the analogue circuitry in all the software and the beginnings of machine learning artificial intelligence would converge and i was saying that that would take place around twenty twenty five i was off by a little bit it actually took place effectively just a doubt two thousand four and we started seeing the very early stages of that in that lead leads is up to about two thousand thirteen when the amazon alexa arrived so that's the voice line the the payments line is similar i i got into programming a built one of the very early standalone pointofsale systems by accident i was a consultant and somebody at auto parts stored asked me can you make a database and ago the has one right off the shelf i built it on on top of a the db uh structure uh of ashton tape and uh that was with what was available at the time for the very first uh ibm pcs and i made a barcode reading system um you know the whole thing and dumb at the same time they asked me if i can integrate credit card acceptance so i got the verifone is on junior and i black boxed it with that basically means even though i knew the chips inside of it was pretty easy rather than trying to reverse engineered i looked at the inputs and outputs and i simulated inside of software.

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