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Exodus Bagels: A Small Business and COVID-19

Proof

05:44 min | 2 months ago

Exodus Bagels: A Small Business and COVID-19

"The. Week of March ninth twenty. Twenty eight bagels was well ahead of their sales projections that week. It felt like spring people were outside. More and good weather is good for business. Adam Hirsch and Priscila Andrade are the owners of Exodus bagels. They're married and they live right up the hill from the cafe with their two kids and while they've been carefully watching the news of the unfolding corona virus crisis at that moment. Their biggest cause for alarm was that they were fresh out of diapers for their baby mirror on Monday march ninth. The World Health Organization held a news conference about the outbreak. Most countries still have sporadic cases. We must all take heart from that. That director general sounded measured. The bottom line is. We're not at the mercy of the bias. In early March the coronavirus pandemic that was unfolding and China and spreading across Europe still felt like international news. It was happening far away and then suddenly. It wasn't Wednesday march eleventh the. Who declares the coronavirus outbreak a global? Pandemic W Joel has been assisting this outbreak around the clock and we're deeply concerned. We have their for the assessment that covid nineteen be cut. Doctor is Oz a pundit mic that same day the NBA suspense the season after Utah. Jazz player Rudy. Gobert has positive the NBA is suspending. The season I say that same day Adam. Hirsh of Exodus bagels process three batches of though for catering orders Friday March thirteenth. President trump declares a national emergency. Good evening and thank you so much for joining us. We're going to begin tonight with breaking news. The president declaring a national emergency to unleash the full power of the federal government. That this effort today I am officially declaring a national emergency. Two very big words exodus put out a communication about their immediate response. It included mitigation efforts hand washing ordering online using cards instead of cash. Sunday March Fifteenth Massachusetts Governor. Charlie Baker announces a statewide shutdown of all bars and restaurants disorder is effective Tuesday march. Seventeen twenty twenty on Monday march sixteenth At Ten am. Priscila sent an email to the extra staff. It said the cafe would be closed effective tomorrow. She said they were working on solutions and would try to find a way for staff to keep some of their hours less than twelve hours later. Reality Sunken further. She sent a second email to the team informing them that exodus would be closed indefinitely. They would need to file for unemployment on Tuesday March Seventeenth. Exodus bagels posted an image to their instagram account. It was a black and white photo of the cafe. Storefront with the roll gate pulled down the caption read to are valued customers and supporters. We thank you for your continued support during this extremely difficult time. We have made the decision to close exodus bagels indefinitely from America's test kitchen. I'm bridget Lancaster and this is proof. Thanks to the season's presenting Sponsor Kohler. They designed innovative sinks and Faucets for people who do their best work in the kitchen hyper listeners. It's bridget and I wanNA tell you about naked Weinstock content. It's a whole new way to buy wine naked. Weinstock com worship delicious affordable wines directly to your home all from independent winemakers worldwide. It's a great way to try new wines with no risk. Because if you don't like a wine they have a completely hassle free money back guarantee and that's even if you drink the whole bottle on their website you can read reviews from other wine drinkers and you can find advice for what winds to pair with your favorite meals. Go to get wines dot com slash proof for fifty dollars off your first order so one of the things that I found really challenging during this crisis is to make sense of all the numbers that were constantly being inundated with. This is our executive producer. Caitlin Kelleher I heard somebody describe it as like a never ending ticker tape of gloomy numbers and that really resonated for me. It's like the magnitude and the scale of the numbers is really hard to hold in your mind. And then when he comes to the restaurant industry specifically the numbers there are huge and they're really bleak. I saw one industry survey that said eight million restaurant. Jobs have disappeared around the country and projected eighty billion in lost revenue just in March and April but the thing is behind the numbers and the headlines. Real people I I met. The owners of eggs is bagels. Adamant PRISCILA THROUGH MY FRIEND. Tammy a big fan of their bagels. And they're just really great people so when. I saw post on instagram announcing that they were closing a reached out to them and I asked if they let me document their experiences restaurant owners through this pandemic and they said

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Wind Wise Tips for Flying Airplanes

AviatorCast: Flight Training

10:41 min | 8 months ago

Wind Wise Tips for Flying Airplanes

"Welcome aviators to another episode of Aviator Casper names. Chris Palmer it's great to have you here for another subject something. I hope you find useful so I've kind of been doing some more mindset. PODCAST asked recently with. Don't quit. Don't quit fight training some of the things that could help you and your training like the process of of private pilot instrument commercial. See if I did a podcast on each one of those licenses kind of how to avoid burnout and how to build your structure. But I've also wanted to get into some some of the more nitty gritty. Just learned something type of episodes. So I'm going to be doing some more of those as well so I want to talk today about wind-wise tips for flying airplanes. Just this this thought of viewing wind holistically in the flight environment. Because it's it's something that a lot of people don't pay attention to think about as they are doing they're flying and is super important and comes up in a lot the different ways especially during takeoff and landing but can also come up and mountain flying. You see when you're doing your ground reference Maneuvers Ron Reference maneuvers or basically. A A a way of correct for the wind. That's why they exist. They know you find the airplane in different ways. They just WanNa see that. You know how to cry for the wind while you're flying so in this podcast we will look at. What wind is dispelling? Myths and defining wind that's kind of an interesting subject seeing the wind through indicators individualization I think you guys will find some great tips there as well filling the wind by applying visually visualizations to actually controlling the airplane. So taking what we've seen and actually doing something about it and then we'll break down the wind in different phases of flight from taxi. All the way through up and down to a landing and what we are looking for all right so it was dive right in. So what is wind so a a lot of the times when we're thinking of wind especially when we're planted with our feet on the ground on a gusty day we feel when pushing against some of US might have even been in storm strong enough to lean against the wind and feel that push of the wind against us. We might even feel that are back. We're like it's pulling us or we. We kind of feel that resistance of the wind however in an airplane. It's a lot different once we're in the air. A the air is a body of a mass of air the simply moving so it's almost like a cube of air if you can imagine that your airplane is just was frozen in the middle of this ice cube of air and it's just being moved along as part of this weather system. That's really what is happening. The airplane doesn't know. Oh that is Wendy K. At least not when it's not on the ground but it's in the air is just along for the ride so there's a good analogy about this in the but called stick and rudder and when I read this just blew my mind that I'd always been looking at wind in this sense of push and pull it will talk talk about that a little bit later because there are some situations where we wanna be thinking of it in that way but when we're in the air we need to be thinking as if we're we're almost on this train if you've ever been on a train before okay so we're on a train and we know that we're moving along the track but we are not feeling any resistance. We don't feel the wind resistance of what's happening. We can go forward. We can come back. We can sit down. We can go side the side but we don't feel any existence but we're still moving within that space that's essentially what's exactly going on in the air as well. We have this air masses moving along and our airplane. Airplane is in the Air Mass K. Even though we're planning one direction going wrexham moving along with that air mass a little bit as we're going so if we have a headwind well and we're not moving along as fast as we want to not because we're actually getting pushed is because that air masses moving the opposite direction we're moving and so we're not making taking the progress as well if we have a tailwind moving down whilst because that air masses moving with us and we're getting there faster we're getting a little extra How would I phrase this correctly? We're getting a little extra bonus and I don't WanNa say push I don't WanNa say speed because is really were just moving along with that air mass as it moves us along so that that kind of dispels the myth of the push and pull that we usually feel on on the ground in that we are just kind of along for the ride when we're up in the air we don't have that friction on the ground that resistance has planted. Were just just moving along with it now of course to counteract that we can do certain things and we'll talk about more of those methods later on but we're we are just along for the ride in the air in this cube of air. Okay so that is wind. That's seeing the wind and understanding holistically. mystically what's actually happening kind of thinking of things in more of a cruise phase of flight as we're moving along how that's working so that's ask. The big picture of how wind actually works now. Of course we want to be able to define not define the win but we want to be able to see the wind. As well seeing and visualizing I think are two different things seeing is directly seeing which of course we know that air for the most part is invisible and then visualizing is knowing it's invisible but imagining where the air is actually moving so we'll separate the two and talk about it. But I want to talk about some of the things that we can actually look at the determine the wind and then some of the things we can do to visualize the win so this is all seeing the wind. So so we have our official wind indicators. We have went socks which I did a one minute wings episode on this recently you can actually tell how how fast the wind is going or or the velocity of the wind by looking at the wind. SOCK it's in different stages usually increments of three not Safai remember correctly and you can see it in different stages so you can actually look at a Weinstock and how well extended and know how stiff stiff the windows so we have win socks as an official indicator. We have a tetrahedral on actually kind of an airplane looking thing with a tail l.. And everything and we have a wind triangle which more points toward the wind so when triangle and then around that is the segmented circle will and that will actually show you from above it. Shows you what direction the pattern would be so if you had no charts or no nothing else you could fly over an airport. Assuming a hat a segmented circle and see which pattern entry and everything you should do or which direction the patterns should be for different runways. Of course I think win socks are one of those things that we did that. We don't see a lot. We end up in the next the next step we ended up getting the the weather on the radio. Say That's through the loss. Or the Avis or the surface. We get that whether we hear the radio we just go by that wind direction. But I I think a lot of the times we fail to actually just look at the wind sock as taxing out or look at the wind sock as were landing is kind of a final verification of the angle title. Where it's at and I think by doing that? We start to get more into the visualization of the wind and actually seeing based on the runway. How how strong is in? What Engle is it coming out to the runway seeing it is really believing in this case and while we can determine with the automated system or seeing the stock that we are going to take the right runway and you know do a takeoff with a headwind landing with ahead? We'll talk about the importance of that here in a few minutes while we can while we can determine it early to kind of determine which runway we're going to use it's a whole different thing to actually look at the wind sock so that's so it gets us into visualizations where that's an official way with the wind indicator to look at the wind sock and see what the direction is but a lot of tools that we use here in Alaska. Just because there's a lot of off-airport flying and flying in areas especially the mountains where it's good to see how other other other features are reacting to the wind. Of course we don't just have when Sox speckled throughout all of eternity here on earth we need to be able to look at things like trees and know how much the wind is blowing based on that water. How much the wind is blowing based on that? There's a whole science science not science but there's method behind reading water. I haven't really learned it deeply yet but some of us talking about it recently. How how things are white capping on the water? How fast the wind is going the lawsuit of win based on what the the whitecaps look like? So I thought that was interesting but even seeing seeing the water on a lake for example just as an example. If you if you fly up to a lake and you're looking down on it there should should be protected side of the lake especially if they're trees around the lake if there are just bushes are still going to be protected side but it might be a little thinner but what you'll see is that the wind is really calm on one shoreline and then you'll see the ripples on the water separately but the will be really calm on one shoreline and that tells you the exact distance distance or the exact direction. The wind is coming from Because basically the trees bushes are blocking that wind so the wind comes comes over and then it'll finally hit the water several feet ahead or many feet ahead depending on the obstacle. And then you'll see it but you can tell the win based on that seaplane pilots. They know that in the water. There's these white streams. I'm not even sure what they're really called. But there's like these white stripes the the almost go directly with the wind that tend to happen quite a bit in bodies of water especially lakes. I've noticed so trees and water and features in the water blowing snow or dust. You can tell which direction the wind smoke from chimneys top.

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#OkBoomer Vs. #OkMillennial: Workplace Nightmare, Or Just A Meme?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:20 min | 9 months ago

#OkBoomer Vs. #OkMillennial: Workplace Nightmare, Or Just A Meme?

"You're that phrase boomer. It's a younger generations. Retort to ideas they consider outdated or off base. Ideas like millennials are entitled and don't work hard the response okay boomer short for baby-boomer well twenty five year old New Zealand lawmaker recently. Silenced older hecklers during her speech on climate change the average age. This fifty second parliaments is forty nine years old now. Some employers are cautioning against using this phrase at work fearing it could lead to claims of age discrimination. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi thirty year old social media manager. Sophie Vershbow has seen her share of okay boomer means in recent weeks to her. The sentiment behind them is this. I think it's sort of a dismissive. Like okay whatever you say like just spout whatever ever you wanna say as someone who doesn't get what we're talking about there's backlash to including from those comparing okay boomer to racial slurs last week the AARP REPEA- The group most identified with boomers weighed in. That did not go well. These warring posts and the social commentary around them suggest a yawning in gap between the old and young. They speak to different attitudes about social and political change and raise questions about how deep those differences go verse by works at a book. A publisher in New York. She likes working with boomers but says there can be issues. These younger generations keep feeling very misunderstood outside of family. The workplaces where generations rations interact. The most people are living and therefore working longer than ever so for the first time in. History the workforce now spans five generations from the silence generation in their seventies and eighties. Two generations e just entering their twenties work is also where many social issues play out presenting the potential for generational the bait over everything from gender neutral bathrooms to the metoo movement but Vershbow says discussing age at work even whereas professionally relevant can be tricky for example. She says she wants noted during a meeting how her age cohort shops differently. I was literally called. Just she felt silence. She says aware that she's not the one in in a position of power that still lies with her elders. I think these are really sensitive issues. That are super difficult to discuss in the workplace even when they're vital vital to the work. You're doing cashed. ECON is twenty two and sells advertising for the Houston Chronicle. She says she has a lot in common with the baby boomer. She worked with directly but outside of that circle. That's not always true. People say things like Oh you look good today like an older man. And that's that's such a weird thing to say she. She thinks okay boomer to herself when colleagues don't understand the concept of a fluid gender identity though say something like you know there are only two genders and and I mean I understand that. That's how they were raised but that kind of stuff just doesn't fly now. Megan Johnson is a consultant for companies on generational differences Johnson Johnson. Who is genetics? By the way says older workers need to figure out how to pass the baton unless the older generation really let's their ego down in a lousy the younger generation to come on board and challenge the way they do things. There's going to be this. Disconnect of course generational griping and stereotyping are nothing new. Remember when Gen xers were called slackers so not everyone agrees that okay boomer speaks to deep underlying tensions. I tell you I was a little surprised by Susan. Weinstock boomer herself and a vice president at AARP which advocates for people fifty and older because we have a lot of research that shows how much workers actually liked to work together no matter the generation so it might be that okay boomer is just another example of how social media soza sense of discord the way it has in politics in fact. Aarp unwittingly played a role in that last week another executive at the group was quoted saying okay millennials. But we're the people pull that actually have the money that to win viral under what else the Hashtag Okay boomer later. Aarp responded to the mid inspired saying social media took the statement out of context. The group said it meant to say don't overlook or dismiss boomers don't let stereotypes like that. Divide US

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"weinstock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Say leave the word sing the word Franken time has come say goodbye to all of this at the end of the movie Frank info to is murdered by his not so faithful servants riff Raff and magenta that come seems unavoidable to Jeffrey Weinstock Frank's rain I've come to think is a bit like the film itself it's a temporary break from reality that can't persist I'm the ending to my mind is very much about the reassertion of order but it seems inevitable to me we didn't and still don't have a culture in which Frank's hedonism not to mention murder and cannibalism can rain unchecked no one watching the movie in the nineteen seventies would have been surprised by that ending in the movies it was partying and in society as a whole approach proselytising pansexual couldn't be allowed to prosper the outcasts who find family Rocky Horror would expect that least of all still if you or someone who held your tongue when being yelled at or bullied those midnight screenings were a sanctuary a place where with water gun in one hand on toast in the other you could finally yelled back.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Here's a question for all of you out there in podcast land. One was the average retirement age back in nineteen hundred think about it took a guess in your head. The answer is seventy six which is kinda ridiculous since most people didn't actually gonna guess. Never like you just worked and then walked charade into your. Plus, there was essentially, if you live that long, you retired for like a year or two on you only retired because you were basically physically not able to do anything anymore. Well think about it when they created social security, people people's life span was about sixty six and everybody was supposed to retire at sixty five to get social security benefits. Right. Right. That's changed a bit. Absolutely. Who isn't that? Boy. Well, let me tell you that voice belongs to Susan Weinstock, who is the vice president of financial resiliency programming at AARP? Susan, welcome to mountain pleasure to be here. Exciting. So that was average time in age back in one thousand nine hundred by nine hundred fifty it had dropped down to age seventy by the year two thousand and drop down to sixty three but since then it has started to creep up a little bit. Basically, people are deciding to work longer, and that's why we had Susan coming here to tell us why this is happening. And what are the challenges of working well into your fifty sixty s and beyond so welcome? Thank you. Thank you for having me. So let's start with the numbers. What do we know about people working longer? People are definitely working longer. You're absolutely right. There's a bunch of reasons we're living longer healthier, the aid. The amount of time we spend disabled in our lives is actually shrinking. So we're living longer healthier. Why would you stop working at fifty? What, what are you going to do with your life? So a lot of people have not recovered from the great recession, so they need to continue to work. But we also know people find. Purpose fulfillment. We hear about these people who they unretire. So they actually retire at sixty six sixty seven and then they say, wait a second. This is kind of boring. I this working gave me fulfillment, it gave me a purpose of gave me a reason to get up in the morning was my social life, and it's gone now and I want it back. And so, they'll unretire and they'll take a job doing something just to get back into the workforce to have a reason to get up in the morning and do something where were you mentioned life expectancy? Anyone listening to this podcast has a very reasonable chance of making it to ninety ninety five..

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"weinstock" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"More one crossing over with a rhinoceros. I wouldn't know. All right. Thank you. Thank you so much Lear right there. Lee has an all access backstage path. He asked since I came across our radar screen Lee was instrumental in hanging out with us and we put on Wham stock. How many people remember Weinstock Dirk you remember William stack? Right. Yeah. We're in Whitmore lake we put on a fourth of July festival out there. We had this huge stage concert bands. I mean, it was just incredible. We had news agencies out there the first one because Thaddeus McCotter announced ill-fated bid for president. And what a time that was what a time William stock. We did to them. My lovely wife was so instrumental in making that happen. She said we're putting on a party, and we're gonna throw a festival complete with fireworks. Always indescribably cool. But only was a part of that and Lee has an all access backstage pass. And like all others. He doesn't have to have a tube top. He just gets in no matter what. How much time we got here. Yeah. Let's do this Beck into this piece. Talking about how. Facebook Google Twitter etcetera, they monitor things you say they keep score much like Santa Claus ever Nautilus. But there's an even more sinister threat to the first amendment and social media a threat that operates in a stealth way and the most crucial arena of our economic system. It's it operates giants corporate giants like MasterCard and visa which now use their unparalleled financial power to determine what speech should be allowed. And what speech should be sounds? You. Can you understand how that might happen? I I read that first time throwing I thought how could they do that? I mean, you're paying for something. I just bought coffee today with. Tha visa. Credit card. Most Americans use a credit card or debit card every day. Take these two corporations as much for granted as let's switch on an automobile or an automobile ignition we buy things with their cards ranging from annual vacations daily, groceries, these two intellect corporations are the drum majors marching us into a cashless society their powers of their powers under themselves, but their imminence rests on our money and the fees the exact and to accommodate our transactions before we go further in this. Hit this last paragraph. It says the cars they issue even more critical to the vendors whom they pay without the ability to accept charges to these cards payment. Many businesses women affect be cut off of business. Now, these corporations many people don't connect this when you have a welfare system where people are getting what's called a bridge card or ATM or whatever they call it. A new perspective state where they're giving people free stuff. Illegal aliens are getting free stuff. They do it now on these cards who do you think makes these cards for the welfare system puts all of the magnetic strip technology together. So they can be tracked tracks them does the database who spending what wearing win who these guys MasterCard and visa, so do you think they have any vested interest whatsoever. At all. And stepping down the welfare state possibly making contributions to a conservative president that would make a case for like, hey, you know, we are we got to decrease this gargantuan.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Charlie Brown got a friend. Gotta make your house Charlie Brown. Got a friend does. Well, there's plenty of crash with you Snoopy what there's plenty of room. It's nobody's talking roof. He's never in. There. We go in. There seems deep seems like there's steps inside those down. Called the Byrd needs to be in a house at night. Right. Yeah. Bird stays inside with Charlie that put a little blanket over his head. So he sleeps. It's a doorbell. You guys never saw Snoopy cribs. Never saw that was sort of crimps. Here's where keep my bird bitches. I don't approve of that. I mean, wait are you thinking of snoop scripts? Not the same guy. Anyway, my guess is the wash. Snoopers snoopy. Who are you asking about? Are you asking about snoopers Snoopy is there? Charlie Brown movie called the peanuts gang in the doctor is out. Accents. And that's where Woodstock shows up. This one was called and. I haven't done this before. But a partial point is going to one of my guests. So that will hopefully have a winner at the end of this thing. Yeah peak. It's a partial point because title is Snoopy come home. Oh, he's got a friend. That's close at home for the friend. Go. It's pretty close. Man you ball parked. It said Snoopy comes home. John this into a back. Let's play it back. Let's go to the booth. All right. We're kidding booth. Don't do that. All right. So it's you might actually do it piece. Got a part of a point. All right. We'll say your point one. For figuring out Snoopy would be in the title. And. We still go back to Tony to start us off. Starting strong for those of you who never knew and for those of you who haven't forgotten. Oh, yeah. This is a you know, if you know in the audience don't don't say it might might spring into somebody's head. I doubt it. He guesses Tony now. I'm just happy to be here. Doug, those who view. I love that attitude. You might you might be back again. Hey, what's the numbers of the rock station town ninety eight Q U P D something like? K UP ninety eight. I was on their morning show yesterday today. Anybody hear me on there? Okay. And if those people clapping how many of you heard that and then decided to buy tickets to come to this the that's what I thought one guy. Okay. Good. I it was worth getting up in the morning. Got you here, man. Fate. For those of you who never knew. And for those of you who haven't forgotten all UP what? Oh. Charlie Brown, Christmas, part two. Triffid guests remain lady in the audience doesn't like it. Jeff check does. I think that movie is called Woodstock, correct?.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Charlie Brown Christmas. Now is the TV's pestle. All good point that I always loved when I was a kid, and I go like to the bathroom or something when line is made his religious speech. I know I know man, keep it off. My tv. Yeah. I'm like get back to dancing Linus. I'm good enough of that. Those peanuts always on their soapbox. It was a weird tiny soapbox for a few minutes because it's a long speech to it takes a minute. You know? I mean, if you're a kid, and you've got if you're constipated you'll still probably make it back in time. Why would you be? Whose turn is it? Oh, you didn't. Oh, you guess around Christmas? What do you think Pete? What is the hint? The question. It's not a hint. It's straight up tells you what it is. It's the peanuts gang in their first movie. The trick is you just have to know the name of the first peanuts movie. Oh. Is it the peanuts gang? I would be amazing tagline if it was like. The movie called the peanuts gang. The peanuts on they say peanuts game peanuts peanuts gang in their first movie. I'm serious be the whole title. Peanuts gang colon first movie. Gary sense peanuts gang first segment by Sanofi?.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Did you see Christian bale pulling his phone out of the bat suit or hang on? I got something. I gotta go do. You see the idea the caller ID D's Commissioner, Gordon. Decline. Yeah. He puts as he puts his back his Boggetti grumbles the to signal for couldn't use it. Fuck. Boise. Texting me. Don't have unlimited minutes. Yeah. You saw that at the center point AMC. Yes. Where the seats. They got a button, you can recline all the way. Almost. How's that work out for you, stay awake through the whole thing? I stayed away through the whole thing, but I coulda fell asleep. Like I had to set myself up a couple times. Because there's a lot of it where you're like, you are all the way back and. Yeah, you could just lay flat. Yeah. It's weird. Twice. I sit real close to. So then I'm looking at it. Oh, man. It was it was a pretty cool movie. I prefer the mystery of the first one or the books or whatever as opposed to the spider stuff and this one. But anyway, but he may rhapsody five stars. I give a rhapsody wasn't the last movie. I saw I can't lie. If I could a lot I would only said, but hey me rhapsody, but the truth is boring me. Yes. So, hey. Hey is what I saw. Tony. What was the last movie? Saw the last movie I saw was Zama Zama Z A M A was firmly called the reasonable ones. Yes. No, it's a Spanish movie, it's on hymns on prime. It's pretty good. It's got great cinematography when you're like taking a break from learning all this medical shit. You're like I'm going to relax with subtitles. Oh, you know. Oh, yeah. And it also is it a heavy movie. No, it's pretty surreal though. Oh, yeah. What happens in it? Real things. Probably nothing. There was actually a whole lot of nothing. You're right. If you if you're seeing could lay flat while you're watching it would you stay awake through the whole thing. No. That's that's that's all I need to know about movies. If you're able to stay awake while laying down because those cedars they really tripped me out. I slipped through the amazing Spiderman partout it wasn't good. As it turned out. When I had a nice nap..

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"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Wait. Who added crackle crackle? And why what does that have to do with anything? Big. Jason's crackle crackle. What does that? I gotta do with me. He's good on the show twice. He said dirty things. Wait, which big j ochre Sohn. Yeah. I know another one. If your name is Jay, you probably are big. Know what that means? I'll tell you about what I brought for the prize bag once we get everybody else out here because we do have three guests one of whom was prevailed in a game of last man Stanton against all other audience members, Omar was there at the stand up live the other night and. He was the only one who brought a name tag. So he he wanted to my default. But he's, but he seems like a great guy. Please Atip here is only give it up for P Corey Tony Weinstock and Jeff day. Now, you could have just moved that wants to Jeff. No, they're not using it. So you could just. Well, now, you don't have to just fucking come sit down. Got a show to do here. Let's meet them individually starting with first time guest on the show, just flew. Well, you were performing last night here in Phoenix its peak. Horry alley everybody I do. do. This is this is fake so many more reasons than you know, I wanted to show you my license before the show, bro. On top of everything else might birthday is for twenty one. That's right. That's right. Yeah. I've over the years, I've known you. And I thought he's kind of like Hitler. I know I walk that. That's Hitler's birthday. I ever. Yes. Somebody brings that up to of course, they do early forties. I'm in my late forties. Google shit, forty eight. But. People still go every year as you hit Lewis born April twentieth. No, it's never come up in forty eight years. I want to mention that. Now, I feel bad for them. But I always try to beat people to it because, you know, for twenty like, you say is is my holiday, and you know, I don't want Hitler to ruin it. He's ruined enough. My right. All right. So. You're over over all the way over in. Phoenix stone's throw away at the stand-up live performing all weekend, including tonight. Yes. Yeah. And. You having fun over there stone's throw away. When is no football game going on when there's a football game. And right. Well, thank you for getting out of the car and walking here. It's what I did is just to make. I really appreciate that. I lived in New York City at twenty as I'm walking. I thought it was going to get by rattlesnake. I'm crossing over the fuck and railroad over there. I'm sorry to curse on this show. Paul fucking curse. Yeah. Here's fucking snakes all over rural road. That's named for it. This is city. You guys can get it out of his third by the railroad tracks be anywhere. That's where they be. Thanks for being here. I hope you have a good time. Are you good at movie trivia, do you like that sort of thing? I like movies, and I think he'll do pretty good. Yes. Oh, all right. Don't live thrown down because the gentleman sitting to your left not only his first time on the show the other night when he won his his seat on this show. It was just because he was the only participant and. By default. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Jeff, and I both knew more. Erickson Harrison Ford movies, and but but he's still here. Because if because he is was the only person brought a name tag. It was changed hereditary into hereto, Tony and it was beautiful. And let's hear from you guys. His name is Tony Weinstock..

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"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Always ask very specifically for toll stools with backs and they're like chairs Bax. Let's just give him for those. But they really did look like stools to me from from the very back. So I don't know. I don't know. What's going on today? You guys. Somebody not me ASU game. Wouldn't be a problem. Oh, it starts at noon. It'll be over in time. Yeah. It's over. And that's why it's a problem because it just fucking ended. Thank you guys for making it here. We. I don't know if you noticed, but we remove some chairs from the state. Some of my guests didn't make it. Which is pretty rare. Usually, usually they make it, but the traffic is just so bad out there. And then I hope was parking. Okay. Like wouldn't when I got here like three something they weren't letting anybody into this parking lot. But now, they they are you guys were able to park here and every okay, that's good. We were telling the like, you know, party guys on the street. I've got a show. And they're like where whether what are you talking about? Yes. This clubs cleverly hidden. So. Anyway, thank you for getting in here. And we started I like to start ten minutes late on a four twenty show 'cause I got something to do it for twenty. But but today because of all the traffic and congratulations to as you for winning for anybody who cares about that. A few of you. I didn't think a lot of you would because you clearly said who cares about the fucking game? I'm going to Douglas movies..

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"weinstock" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"weinstock" Discussed on KTRH

"Yard guy weinstocks stocks. Oh, hi. And. Dan. And we are back. This is money matters with Ken moraif. And of course, I am your host Ken moraif. Thank you, Jack. And you know, if Laos is go back to their spouses when the stock market goes down, then I bet there were a lot of family reunions on in two thousand and eight and nine which you say anyway, we are back. I am Ken moraif host of money matters. With Ken moraif. I've been in these been a certified financial planner professional now for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are ideas that are designed around retirement planning because we are a retirement planning specialist, and we currently work with over eight thousand four hundred beautiful wonderful families in forty three states. And we are blessed and honored and. For the second year in a row moneymatters. Our firm is a finalist in the two thousand eighteen north central Texas Better Business Bureau torch awards for ethics. Yes, gomer. And we'll we'll know if we're going to be a winner last year, we were a finalist and this year, we are on November first the award ceremony will tell us if we will win the grand prize, but just to be nominated just to be one of the. You know, the people that are in the running for ethics by the Better Business Bureau, we perceived to be a very nice thing. So we're very proud of that now one of the foundational philosophies that we have because we are a retirement planning specialist, and and and primarily work with people who are over the age of fifty is that we believe that when you are retired or five years before retired. You should be very defensively minded, okay? Now, you want to grow your money. Okay. We want you to go out and enjoy your second childhood without parental supervision. We want you to do that. Okay. So they'll play whatever that means to you have great fun. Enjoy travel family golf tennis. Maybe I love tennis. You go do whatever it is that you love doing. But just always remember that when it comes to your finances. If that's going to support your lifestyle, you have to make sure that it's there to do it. Okay. Does that sound logical to you? So therefore, we believe that you should protect your principal. You spent twenty thirty years building it. And now, you don't want a market crisis or a bear market. Like y two k or two thousand eight to come in, and rob you of half your money or something like that. Okay. So we believe that you need to protect what you've built and by hold which is kind of the mainstream. If you if you if you look at it that way idea of investing is that you buy a quality package of investments, and then you rebalanced them, you know, periodically and your job is done because you're a long term investor and everything's gonna work out. Well, we don't agree with that. We agree with that you should buy a quality set of investments, you should diversify. You should make sure that you're taking only as much risk as is necessary. So we believe all of that. And you should rebalance. We believe that as well. But we believe that is all incomplete because no matter if you look at two thousand and eight for example, diversification only worked if you had treasuries pretty much, you know, everything else lost money. So. Not every single thing. But if you look at it in general, the stock market went down and many bonds went down and says like where where could you hide in two thousand eight so we believe you need to have an overlay you need to have a strategy to sell to actually get out. And you know, traders on on Wall Street, and I say T R A D are not trae tors. But traders. Most traders have what they call a stop loss strategy. Okay. They invest, but they already know when they're going to sell when they invest, that's smart. You know, you gotta know as. Rogers used to say, you got to know when to hold them, and when to fold them, you don't just keep playing a losing hand is not a good idea. So therefore, we believe you buy hold and you also sell in November of two thousand seven we told many of Ulysses, those of you who are listening to show we and and and anybody that gets our weekly market alert Email our clients, we said it was time to get out of the stock market. Our strategy had signalled us that and we actually said to stay out for almost eighteen months almost a year and a half until June of two thousand nine so those of you that followed that that advice you are out of the market the stock market and hopefully that helped to avoid large losses. Now. The by hold argument against that that I've heard is that if you sell what are you gonna put it you're gonna put it in cash and the answer that I say is. Yes. And I mean money markets, and that kind of thing, but if you do that, you're not gonna make any money. And so you know, that that one really gets makes me actually frustrated because the in a in a period of crisis. Your focus is on protecting. It's not building. I mean think about there's a there's a hurricane coming. Okay. It's a massive hurricane. That's coming. And you're saying, okay. Batten down the hatches. Well, no don't do that. Because now you can't keep building. What does that mean? You don't what are you going to be building for when is a hurricane coming? That's not the time to be thinking about building. It's a time to think about Batten down the hatches and protect yourself protect. What's there? Don't let it get crushed in the hurricane. So in your investment world thinking about growing in a time when there's a market crisis to me is like you got your eye on the wrong ball. What are you thinking about you got to protect what you have? So this notion that you go in cash, you don't make any money. First of all, I disagree with it just philosophically, but Secondly, you know. Benjamin Franklin once said that penny saved is a penny earned, and if you sell and the and your investments that you didn't that had you stayed in go down to me, whatever they go down by. That's your earnings. Okay. So in two thousand eight the S and P five hundred index went down what forty percent, plus. So if you you're out of the stock market if you're out of the SNP when that happened in my view what that means is the penny saved at forty percent. Plus that you didn't lose. That's the forty percent that you made and to me that's pretty darn good. Now, the other part of this that I just want to say is that. Yes, it's true that right now interest rates are low. But this is anomalous, you know, these interest rates we've seen the last ten years that that's not normal. I mean, if you go back in history is very few times when we've had zero percent interest rates. So while it's true. Now, I don't know that it's it's it would be true in the future. Also. So that whole argument about if you sell and going cash, you won't make any money. Just does not hold water with me. All right now, if you believe if you're over fifty. If you are retired or retiring soon, and you believe that you want to go enjoy your your second child you want to go play and have fun. But to do that, you believe that you also have to protect what you built then.

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"weinstock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Floor A condo and we'll button it up and we already have. Enough wine and water last three or four days and cook food out before hits Good to know he's got. His Weinstock ready storm watches and, warnings are out for the islands. Today most cities are telling workers just stay home schools are also shut down the Red Cross has already said help. To deal with the aftermath President Trump is denying any wrongdoing in, the payouts made to a pair of women to keep quiet about alleged affairs they had with him when he was a private citizen Later on and they weren't taking out of campaign finance that's a big thing that's a much bigger thing did they come out of the campaign they didn't come out of the campaign that from an interview set to air on FOX and friends this morning his. Former, personal, attorney pled guilty this week to, fraud and federal, election law violations Michael Cohen also implicated the president testifying under oath at a quote candidate had directed. Him to pay off the two women to help influence the twenty sixteen election juror in the Paul Manafort. Trial is talking about just how. Close the former Trump campaign manager was. Too being convicted on all the eighteen. Counts in his. Money crimes trial Paula Duncan you describes herself as Trump supporter giving Fox News exclusive. Insight into the jury deliberations, during the Paul. Manafort filed Dougie served as. Jurors has special counsel Robert Maluso, team was one holdout away from. Convicting Manafort on all eighteen counts of Bank and tax fraud she tells Fox News at night we didn't want it. To be hung so we tried for an extended period Time to convince her but in the end she held out in Washington. Shawn, liangelo, Fox News more getting a peek, into the past, of the Frederick man accused of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters KOA NewsRadio is Connor. Shreve has some new information this isn't a presentation from Chris watts delivered in twenty twelve now on YouTube. In it he talks about infidelity. Gives relationship advice and even talks about. What happens when a partnership gets stale She does The PowerPoint presentation was apparently for a course watts was taking at. The time he's now being held without bond. And faces multiple charges of first degree murder in that case reporting live Connor schrief. KOA NewsRadio. Thanks Conor a major law enforcement operation in southern Colorado is taking almost one hundred sixty gang members off the, streets operation, triple beam Colorado targeted violent offenders with active warrants for may fifteenth through. August tenth I'm talking about loss assaults homicides and the degradation of quality of life and neighborhoods. And communities Pueblo police. Chief Troy Davenport says the efforts will make the community safer and lead to a reduction in gang. Related violence the Broncos are hopeful, that owner Pat Bowlen will be a finalist for the pro football hall of fame when names are red today is seventy four. Years old it is suffering. From Alzheimer's he could be nominated as, a. Contributor finalists head. Coach Vance Joseph says.

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"weinstock" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"Puk peters thank you so much for coming on the podcast thank you for inviting me 2017 was not not great year for hollywood the agree with that i don't think he was a great year for society if you referencing the weinstock vein yes while i don't think it's just hollywood and it wouldn't state of wasn't a great year sometimes wonderfully positive things come out of moments like that and perhaps his being exposed is a wakeup call for all of us to mind appeasing queues to reassess how we deal with each other you feel that that that is happening with us or something that you hope that is something that i hope like with the 45th president i hope that this madness is going to bring us to our senses into our humanity and to really take a look at uh institutionalized racism or sexism or classes him and to be brave enough and that's what i think hollywood have shown us is to be brave enough to step up and say something about it so we could say that the 45th president who i believe you tend not to use his name is that right yeah why would i said in fact he could be a catalyst full positive jeff absolutely and not just because he's a stable genius i think that his his opinion of himself is kind of like homeopathic medicine something that could be toxic and poisonous to you taken in small doses is actually a panacea of some sort with the egocentricity of the 45th forces us to take a look at our should force us to take a look at ourselves if there was a divine orchestrator of life's drama i would say that that one has placed in here specifically for us to get ourselves right actors are frequently attacked in public life for making political statements meryl streep and he has to stand up and.

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"weinstock" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

The Extraordinary Negroes

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on The Extraordinary Negroes

"First of all you got people who are scared that both the scam which is not because the real scam is the fact that when i look at howard university where i send my oldest daughter right i pay cash for tuition i said at the beginning of the show due on our medtronic the kabuga tonsil forgive me i'm a little longwinded knock book a pay cash for her tuition in her dorm and in many dorms on that quad the wifi is out but i pay for the weinstock swabs wifi you know what that means i have a black daughter oblak daughter in a town were to are putin 73 girls look just like her were abducted in still not solved she has to get offcampus go down to mcdonald's and use the free wifi why went on pay cash tuition why is it that my daughter does not hurt her door her closet in her dorm room at howard university which is the harvard of hsbc use why is it when the buildings are old so they're already paid four where the fuck is the money goal but thank you want to talk to me about your scepticism fuck yulia scepticism anybody who signs up can go is a oman portal in the membership such you wanna know why because this ain't for everybody it was an application process arnold just what you money i want you to do something but there's a forprofit institution that is taking money it can't put a door by dardis closet for real here okay at and on top of that on not hold set with us.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Outliers

Outliers

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Outliers

"You know weinstock briefed my this business will do decades we've had big failures as been but i think you alone to kind of luca dose feed yours some of them up pretty uh you don't find in fields you guard duty sort of much with dr and i've had a couple of those kind of figures his wit but some of them odd failures which you learn from and overcome them and you want iron dome i think that's work my philosophy in life is that there are failures but you must come to terms went and their feels that you must learn and one bit and that very often their phoned in my case a number of my ceos have been stepping stones to success so white starts feeling deal your feces of that that program um by overcoming those fears have actually succeeded um let's take for example uh during my enzyme dis ice we certainly out a number of feed yours but those feeduse would overcome and then be finding gordon to eighty subsist put enzyme technologies which i was able to basically a divest actual evaluation similarly even in odd biologics programmes i think girl uh for instance orderly insulin program which has been of any loan program i've had a number of hiccups along the way i am now hoping that the next fees beal of um and you know i think that's the find a short time would give but you know these are the kinds of things that i have done over time.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

"They're not being exposed to walked to the forefront um you know and i think that's bad advertising on a leak because you know a lot of these younger people they want to see the stars of the game you know um and i think that that the older stars kinda put the younger stars in a row with uh uh cda they signed a few years ago because uh the new age player they think outside of the box as opposed to the players that are um my age late 30s early forties you know um a lot of those guys might have played with concussions and you know the people that were in charge of uh go to the table with the mars smith who i think personally needs to be fired because he's done a atrocious job negotiating for these players and he got a contract extension not too long ago if i'm not mistaken and i don't i don't see how that was possible today terrence the worst job you do the more money they get the more security pay job security gets it's true though the morris smith has been bad as in his role within the nfl i appreciate your call there there are a lot of good young quarterbacks you know we've ever it's a weird dichotomy because you have a lot of bad quarterback sort of player and out partially due to injury partially due to just teams don't know what to do in drafted quarterbacks but there is a good group young quarterbacks think about it morio to played on thursday night you have derrick car do what he does in oakland avenue gracious but they're really good young talented quarterbacks and sinai football's going to be a great example of course in weinstock prescott two of probably the most impressive young quarterbacks to the first 25 games that have ever played he look at their numbers and what they've done they've they've really really been good jeremy goss a good quarterback they're jamus winston who we devote i must tonight is a good quarterback although he might just be a bad guys that's three came out with the uber driver accused him of your inappropriate actions in the oeberg but there was a couple of years ago and win support that state'll out that.

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"weinstock" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Packed into this episode yeah it i mean attention is is there in spades and as someone who hasn't read the books when i first saw this episode i really i legitimately thought okay they've done enough to where i think this story could survive the fall of king's landing and rice becoming king because i think there have been debt as there thea you know the death of friendly could be something that bryanne wants to try to avenge right and the catlin might help her in i think there are reasons for the story can to continue even if awdal anesthesia killed in the scene earned this episode so for me it was a very tense episode led by a lot of characters i care about right davos and and being among the the the most care for whom maybe she had the recap nils do it everybody before we get to the main content weinstock about stuff going on here bold move will thing we like to call keeping of the house we have got full coverage of mr robot season 3 in full swing i'm really digging nazis jim yet we also have full coverage of walking dead seas and aids and not digging ended why is it is coverage it is coverage of the season sure is if you if you are slightly to mater lead to very disappointed at the way game for uh the way walking dead is going i highly encourage you to check out our podcast if you really are happy than did you don't want to bother that borrow that trouble assessing are hold down the fort over at american horror story uh we've god's last week we saw four rag narok and enjoyed ourselves we got the spoiler free version forever body the spoiler phil version for club members only going to be doing the same thing this week for murder on the orient express.

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"weinstock" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Peculiar experience because the uh there are two credited writers on at me and dan pine who wrote the original script um but there were actually six riders um i was the with six another seven i was the third and the seventh because dan had written the original script with the producer trust weinstock and it was a really cool sorted in the murder mystery thriller and it was being produced by castle rock and it was very indy and they were like we want this to be a little less offbeat and original and they had gotten another writer 'em tom pap's to his terrific whose did a couple of episodes of sinner and he had done some draft and they they brought it to me and they said we like everything about this but we need something on the ending can you you work on the ending and i read it and i was like i have a different take on it and so i ended up rewriting the entire thing and they were like wow we really like what you've where you've taken it but we don't like the ending and so we spent almost a year meeting and trying to figure out and another ending and they kept on saying we need an ending like the the twist to ensure aid i dunno if you guys know charade classic film great movie with a twist which i will not spoil but that's sort of like saying we need this to be the bible work shakespeare it's just like you're not going to top that script and after i had given them every i give i quit i just said i cannot think of an ending that will will work for you guys and they took it and they gave to three more writers and they each came up with their own ending and eventually the company liked it and they one of the ending snake came back to me and they said would you now rewrite this ending to fit with your script.

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"weinstock" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"weinstock" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Order to get those two freebies on the recorded hot you know it's funny because you and i we don't discuss this stuff before we get on air we we get on air we give the offer and you know we usually take it from there and i know coming into it that you're gonna already do this and yet with listen to me guys there is so much money being left on the table because of the liquidity in the marketplace it's insane for sunday night aerial weinstock issue sunday night game and it's a repeat of the big game last year k we know that atlanta wants pig revenge k they hatem let's face it they almost they pretty much had their foot on their neck at halftime in that big game last year and of course knowing when in new england tom brady being tom brady comeback win coverage out all nine yards they get the job done so they could land has been having this they've this date marked on their schedule a year you're crazy but again we're still talking about tom brady and the patriots what they've done and their body of work in the fact their defense is plug in their holes the offenses start new really click on all cylinders they played its going to be aggressive linked obiang wake game by information couldn't be stronger this is going to my upper echelon players and you know what anybody that signs up for the season beal i got no problem releasing at this point spread isn't going anywhere the oddsmakers are confused we are not and i'm telling you straight out we're winning this game by a humongous margin but are not willing to give it out free on the recorded message they want this game because of again the type of information it is in the fact that this is only going to our biggest players not going to give it.

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