27 Burst results for "Zero One Percent"
The Lazy Man Build Strategy For Display Campaigns
"We've been talking a lot about display. I think one reason display so popular and let me know if you agree with this. Chris is because was searched. We kind of know what's realistic. We know what to expect on a good campaign on an okay campaign and then we know kind of when it came pains not working. It's pretty obvious But the the possibilities are fairly defined in in kind of our minds is but with display There's so many ways to go about it. The network is so huge. There's so much inventory That the the outcomes i think are spread across such a wide range that display success can mean so many things so many different people That the possibilities are very inspiring. And so do you kind of get the vibe from people when they talked about the display network like hey we're only scratching the surface. Let's figure out what's there is that do you think that's why it's kind of very popular these days among our audience. I think more personally. My thought. And from what i've heard from our patrons is the lure is because cpc on a search campaign can be so restrictive especially for small budget campaigns. And i think the fact that you can get clicks at five times the rate ten times the rate depends on whatever your search. Cpc is if you're paying ten dollars a click on google dot com and you can get stuff for thirty five cents on display. You know even if the quality is kinda crappy. It's still worth the investment to try things like that. That's what that's what. I assume most people because that's what i'm interested in is a large volume and if i can get point zero one percent of those to be a success. I'm still ahead. You know it's another fun thing about it from just to use her manager perspective is you can do a lot with it. You can get a lot of data you can test ideas and find out if they work quickly and cheaply because is usually so much Inventory And you don't have to bid ally and it just leads to a lot of like a lot of idea generation so you've come up with a very particular strategy that you're saying yes is both cheap and effective and so i guess let's start off your what. What is the goal of this strategy. What kind of situation that you find yourself in maybe for a client when you would recommend this con- strategy okay. So i wanted to find effective when i say effective. I want to lower the bar a bit. Because i don't necessarily mean conversions and phone calls and form fills and lead generation. Not talking about tons and tons of that. Okay if anything on this show. We are very practical down to earth. We're not gonna. We're not going to blow your mind with these high in the pie in the sky type of ideas that that are totally ridiculous. Get your hopes up. And you're gonna fail your campaign for your clients and lose your business. I want you guys to be successful and what you do to help your businesses and your clients. So i'm gonna tell you this. The first goal is it's going to avoid the crap of the display campaign. And i said that i don't. I don't know jason. There might be that you know what. I'm checking my mailbox. Just like you said for saying that for saying that. There is crap on the display network. I may get that same. Are you saying for one business. You would not want to show up on all three million opportunities out there gonna be a good fit for your business. It's a very good way of saying it. Yes there are some places in claimed brother debt cleaned. Yeah i know. I know maybe my dog grooming business that i'm advertising doesn't belong on all three million sites. So the idea is to get real clicks from people that have a small degree of interest in your service or product. Okay say that again. This is real people real clicks with a small degree of interest in your service or product.
Kanye West Says He Wants Taylor Swift's Masters Returned to Her
"West. Conney. Let's I don't know if he's listening to crystals nightcap the chances are point zero, zero, zero, one percent, but he's out here. What we need him to do I don't know if he's all talk right now I'm really hoping he'll walk the walk but today he tweeted something that I have personally been hoping that he would tweet for the past few years. So he tweeted that he is going to personally see it that Taylor swift gets her masters back from Scooter Braun. He says Scooter Braun is a close family friend and that he believes Taylor should own her masters. So either Connie seeing my tweets or he's listening to our podcast or he seeing the swift that are attacking him on twitter or he's just. A good guy. No I do think he's a good guy. You guys know that I've been. Back and forth with Connie, it's been really hard to be a a loyal fan to him because of his past. But as of recent watching his interviews and stuff I feel like. What he saying makes sense I admire his passion and his perseverance. I think he is a genius I think sometimes geniuses. Think, way ahead of their time and I think that's where Connie's been stuck at because he did address the whole him wearing a make America. Great again, make America great again hat and He said that with that whole thing, he was just trying to show that just because you're I'm black just because you're black doesn't mean that you have to be a Democrat or follow the status quo like he wants to show that he can do whatever he wanted to do, and in that he did hurt people. He didn't really acknowledge that or apologize for hurting his fans that way and that was years ago. That was four years ago however I do understand and see where he's coming from in that aspect and now that he's saying that he wants. To help Taylor swift with her masters. Dare I say that I'm becoming a Connie Stan again like dare I he's also been tweeting about drake lot and Not. Going to lie. It does make him look a little bitter like it makes him look kind of like a hater. And I think. Maybe it's just because drake hasn't been responding publicly and I've been saying that like one here. Drake's going to say but drinking say nothing drake. He's a man of very little words drake. He'll put it all in his music. You know he told US exactly how he felt about too cautious with his latest song, which is called laugh now cry later right And I think the same is going to happen with this situation I. think that we're going to go new song from Drake and he's going to be subliminally addressing these things. Because It's just hard to stay silent for so long when you are. In the middle of. The biggest artists. Twitter outbursts, thoughts. This is what kind of an episode but not really again, I don't want to discredit him because I feel like he's saying facts saying what's true and I've said this and I started tweeting. A few days ago or was it weeks ago? So I just really WANNA. See what Drake's going to say I am happy that Kanye got his twitter back definitely gives us something to talk to and look forward to I'm happy that he's tweeting positively about Taylor Swift I'm happy that he's scooter bronze family friend. You know what I think about Scooter Braun. I think he's awful. I really. Think he's off for. I, think that he likes to play the victim I think that he likes to play innocent He knows that he has Justin Bieber on his back. He knows that he has day when Lavar. That's got his back and I just think it's really wrong what he did to Taylor buying her masters when. He knew that she couldn't do it herself I think it was really wrong i. think it was dirty that he was posting stuff on his social media saying you know high bought Taylor swift or his friend posted that like imagine his friend posted ella when your friend buys Taylor swift and it was like the article of him buying her masters and then Scooter Braun reposted that I thought that was very tasteless and kind of like rubbing it in Taylor's face and. Do, I think Kanye West is going to persuade Braun to give Taylor her masters no I I don't think that Scooter Braun is. An undercover narcissist
Ep. 008: Hedrick Smith talks grassroots democratic reform & reclaiming the American Dream - burst 02
"Edrich. How did we get here? Well you know I have to tell him like eleven following American Politics American economics for about five decades and I really watched both the political system and the economic system victory over that time in economics, the things really began to change in the eighties early eighties. From World War Two until the end of the seventies. When the economy grew the middle class standard of living rose with it. You can see him almost move in tandem all levels of society moved up together but then we started to get what they call shareholder capitalism maximum return to shareholders. Wages tended to get frozen. They got stagnant. The middle class of living deteriorated wealth got concentrated. The top one percents the top point went percents top point zero, zero, one percent, and then you had a bunch that happened in the economy partly because of shareholder capitalism, we can talk about that. But also because of the way the tax system was changed huge tax cuts. Under Ronald Reagan under George Bush on Donald Trump for the wealthy added about five trillion dollars five trillion dollars to the wealth of the people at the top end added to the insecurity of the middle class people not knowing whether or not. They could afford their retirement, send their kids to college of for their homes, make it from month to month, and at the same time that was happening a lot of that money was spilling into the political system. So you had the increase. Influence of mega donors, corporate money, and billionaire money particularly since the Citizens United Decision in January twenty ten by the Supreme Court which has given just a free pass to unlimited amounts of money and you've seen the amount of money skyrocket wing go into that. and. That's really affected the political system and the other thing is the party differences have hardened.
Is Universal Basic Income Being Applied Today?
"I just wanted to briefly mention that though I've brought up a number of technologies that are fighting the corona virus. Few Times on this podcast of course as this fits into the main theme of this podcast. I absolutely wanted to say that. It's obviously the medical professionals that are putting themselves on the line and working incredibly hard to battle this pandemic. I think that technology is really cool. But it's clearly in this case the real work that's being done by humans but maybe to look at things a little bit more. Positively here Along with Italy here in Spain you may have heard that every night at eight or ten PM. We all go to our roofs or balconies and cheer on and support the staff in hospitals and clinics. I really hope that. This trend continues As well as starts in other countries as this global problem continues. I really think that the acts of solidarity like this along with seen innovative community actions like a free fitness class given by a personal trainer on his rooftop to his surrounding neighbors or a saxophone and guitar. Gem applauded by surrounding neighbors has been really great to see shared all over social media. But I think that this is also a very interesting time for different reasons so two episodes ago. I started talking of universal basic income or you. Bi as one of the first solutions to a future where automation eliminates a large proportion of jobs yet. Only in this last week did this future solution get thrust into the present or at least parts of it did so for today's episode. We will look at a few things surrounding. Ub I I the main criticisms of it secondly some alternatives and thirdly the current manifestations of it that are possibly starting to come about across the world in response to the economic crisis that we are so perhaps the most frequently used point against you is the laziness argument so it comes in many forms but ultimately says something to the effect of if you give people free money. They won't be incentivized to work but rather to be lazy as well as losing the meaning in their lives that were provides so this would appear to be almost common sense. I think that the examples provided in the previous episode on New Guy Really. Show a different story. There have also been studies that look at the results of several basic income programs together and they answered this question specifically one of these studies in particular found overall. The program's analyzed suggest either. No effect on labor market supply or a slight reduction in work and earnings so the evidence does not suggest an average worker will drop out of the labor force when provided with unconditional cash. Even when the transfer is large so they'll of course all pilot programs that have had some form of UPI have not been permanent and are thus not perfect examples. The findings do tend to lead one to think that the first critique doesn't necessarily hold up so the second main argument against you. Bi is usually connected to the price tag of such policy for this point. I have confess that I'm actually on the fence about it. There are really several arguments reports on both sides that I think I won't be able to make a solid argument for one case or the other in this podcast I will definitely have to invite people In the future who have more expertise in myself on the subject but this is also why there is so much debate around this issue and why there are so many alternative programs presented so as mentioned previously one of the main propose alternatives is for a UB I program that replaces all social welfare programs like food stamps housing subsidies etc. The argument typically made for this is that doing otherwise would be too expensive and that a nation couldn't absorb all the extra costs so the usual price tag is that a universal basic income or a guaranteed minimum income would require some thousand dollars per month to essentially end poverty so if we use America as an example. Some two hundred ten million people are above the age of eighteen and thus eligible for most forms proposed. Which would cost the American government two hundred ten billion dollars per month so this is about two and a half trillion? Us dollars a year which is really no minor some so whereas on the other side of the argument with a UB. I in place. Many societal expenses would be reduced or even eliminated like those connected to petty theft The prison in justice systems mental as well as physical health care costs talked about in the previous episode homelessness etc. Poverty has also been shown to be one of the most expensive things in our modern society so their across different Western countries that show that he's single homeless person cost the taxpayer an average of some twenty to thirty five thousand dollars per year. It's really no wonder. Then why those who promote UPI claim that the estimated costs are usually not very accurate. So the thousand dollars per month example also happens to be the amount proposed by the recent presidential candidate. Andrew Yang who I would argue really has been one of the main people pushing you. Bi into the public awareness at least in the US so Andrew. Yang's UB program better known as the Freedom Dividend was going to be mainly financed through new taxes on the wealth. Generating large corporations like Amazon facebook and Google as well as a value added tax and consolidating some welfare programs and I think that he did a great job pushing the idea that it was financially feasible to implement such a program but moving on with the other critiques of one of the more obvious points. I think against it is that it is in part wasteful in its approach so if everyone over the age of eighteen for example is to receive these payments then this includes people absolutely do not need it. Think of for instance Bill Gates who has an estimated net worth of some ninety six billion. Us dollars so an extra thousand dollars. A month amounts two point zero zero zero zero zero one percent game which is absolutely unnecessary and should be distributed to those who actually need it or so it is argued at least by those who propose a UPI so of course those who do not need a you guy could refuse it but in principle this can be seen as a valid argument against such a policy and finally one of the main arguments against you be. I is the dependency on a government for your survival can really bring along with it. Many connected problems so we might not even know the psychological impact of having an entire nation completely dependent on government. It might create a less innovative or more complacent society and one as well who would be unwilling or even unable to stand up to corruption for fear of being cut off from their main means of survival. I think that is something that is really worth keeping in mind especially as conversations about implementing. Ub Take place over the next couple of
Bombardier Shed Snowmobiles for Jets, Trains. Now, It's Giving Up Both.
"First story comes from Forbes. Airbus buys bombard. Ea Out of Commercial Aviation for five hundred ninety one million dollars so this is by Marisa Garcia one of my favorites aviation journalists in with this deal bombarded is fully exited the series slash a two twenty program. I think Eh everyone knows that. Airbus took fifty point zero one percent ownership of the program in two thousand seventeen but now with this deal bombarded gets five hundred ninety one million dollars with five hundred. Thirty one million of dollars paid at closing and then the The balanced the remaining sixty million dollars is to be paid in installments through Twenty Twenty One Bombarded says with his deal they avoid a roughly seven hundred million dollar payment that it would have to make to fund production expansion so I think that's That's some serious motivation to to sell the rest to two Airbus an individual era. I guess if absolutely it is but it it gets better because today to A. They announced that they're not getting rid of their business. Aviation a division in that. They've decided to sell their their rail Rail meaning cars with steel wheels. That travel on the ground but So it's been it's been pretty Pretty volatile for the from the bombard employees. A bet you they're well they're probably breathing somewhat easier but they don't breathe completely easier until this is all closed. But it's a good place to start. I was Kinda surprised on the move to sell the the rail part of the business. And and keep the the business aviation but I thought the plane was going to be just the opposite but I don't know maybe I'm the only one that got surprised by that. Well just kind of odd because they had already sold several other portions of their aviation business so it kind of looked like they were getting out of that. So you're right. This does seem like a reversal of sorts. Okay but don't you guys don't understand bombarded by you really don't all right David Hillis? Tell us about bombarded. It's all about the snowmobile. I think he's right. I mean nothing else matters to bombard ebay. But they're Canadian snowmobiles. I mean I think that I think we should recognize that. There's nothing more important to Canadians than maybe Snowmobiles and snow and whatever that sport is where they brushed the puck down the ice and all letters can be sent directly to David Dot Com. All the Canadian listeners may not be happy but hear about this. I bought bombard. Ea problem with Bombardier was they ended up diversifying way. Way Too much. And I joke about snowmobiles but they do make snowmobiles and trains and airplanes. And you can't have that sort of conglomeration of manufacturing and and keep it together for any length of time. I mean without without government. Subsidy so I I just a little bit. But there's some truth in jest that you know they might actually eventually only be down to snowmobiles. Even though I believe the rail division was still profitable. That's what I what I don't understand. Well they did matter of choosing I mean because they owes serious money to the financial institutions. Up there Although I don't know that they're all in Canada I'm sure they most of them are but I think I saw something today. That when the Rail Sector Deal closes they're they're going to get something like six billion dollars or or something to put up against the nine billion that they oh so to them it was again. I. I don't know that they would have gotten that kind of money for the For the business side. Yeah 'cause the are one that would probably want. It is is textron. Well funny should mention that David. I was just going to bring up. I agree with your comments about conglomerates getting into too many different businesses so I brought up the textron homepage just to see what other kinds of businesses they have. Besides aviation and they make the The cushman vehicles. They make easy. Go Golf Carts. They make Arctic cat snowmobiles. They've got Jacobson specialized TURF CARA vehicles for cutting grass In the list goes on and on and on so it is kind of interesting parallel that You know textron has a kind of a similarly diverse group of products and they are leader in the aviation industry. That being said. I don't know how we're doing how well they're doing. I'm sure it's probably varies by by business unit. But it's interesting. I mean. I have a helicopter in my restoration facility that was built by Kelvinator. The washing machine company. Okay so I get diversification Does your laundry for you as well right. The spin cycle really kind of interesting. Is that what they mean by spends now I know
A Wrestling Fan's Guide To Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury
"And I'll admit I've been critical of his boxing ability at times, but that man has always got a chance with the best in the world because he has got this free. Freak of nature power. That is just I mean, it is like watching Vince Carter dunk. It's like watching Barry Bonds hit a woman. I shouldn't use very it's like watching a Ken Griffey hit home runs out. That was when I could come up with you know, it's like watching Michael Jordan play like LeBron play Koby play like the it is a leak a leak. I'm talking about in the world. There is no one else that could do what he does or earliest very very few a meantime, what he say point zero one percent of the world probably lesson that in. So I'm glad that got cleared up because while size can definitely add power with some people when you have that God given ability to knock a man clean out. His but knock is so out his body. It don't really matter. If you're if you're five even ten pounds less it, it's you know, you got that power, man. Yeah. Man. Look interesting to see that back in the ring. That's what we're all excited for this woman a little bit over don't forget to participate on our axe ceres accessories, basically is acts whatever fighter today will be seeing Eddie Hearn and Tevin pharma, and we're we're heading on this road. It's snowing out here in the east coast, Ron is on the train over to my neck of the woods. We're going to jump on the road and be out. And get you guys. The best interviews possible that we can get don't forget the hit that helps with the visibility of the show helps us grow. And let's snow your pre she ate the hard work that Monday through Friday morning show. Don't forget the tune in on our flagship show Thursday at seven pm Sunday at seven pm.
"zero one percent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"It in. You know, I volunteered. I said you don't I think oughta go to Buenos. Yeah. Yeah. I could use the air mile nothing. There's go stay strong. So everything changed that just a hair after eleven AM. That's when they pre the the speech that the fed. Cheers got again. He didn't give it till about eleven twenty twenty-five, but we quickly parse the speech. It all of a sudden we saw this dovish shift on the part of the fed and the stock market exploded, we were already up maybe a hundred points, or so, of course, we closed up over six hundred points. And conversely, the yields on the ten year and everything else started coming back down, and it ignited. What may well be the beginning of the Santa Claus rally right now. However, we back up a little bit. The looks down fifty one NASDAQ might be down thirty eight s and p down eleven they are pounding the table on McDonald's today. What are the Dow stocks? It's going to be it's going to be leading the blue chips higher. We've also got a lot of economic is personal income and spending. Jobless claims and another three fed speeches that we're going to be watching very closely crudes up ninety six cents at fifty-one twenty-five. Gold's up two and a half dollars rates down to three point zero one percent. The Dow looks down fifty seven David Johnson NewsRadio today. KRLD david. Thanks, traffic and weather together on the H coming up. Then we'll tell you about another Coyote scare in North Texas..
Dow up more than 400 points as stocks aim to end an ugly October on an upbeat note
"Points up by one percent, NASDAQ up one hundred forty four points and advanced today of just about two point two point zero one percent. So stocks rallied for a second day to close out one of the worst months of the bull market on an upbeat note for the month S and P five hundred index lost about six point nine percent. But a move higher. Sean crews as manager of trading strategy at TD Ameritrade a. He was our guest right here on Bloomberg BusinessWeek and ahead of next week's election. He offered up this advice for clients right now. I think if you look at the Mitcham election be it any sort of trade policy discussions view, these as did some of those bigger macro risks that sometimes the best way to prepare for those is and make sure you are aware of where all the risk is in your portfolio and making sure that your balancing, you're comfortable with the very exposures you have and among today's stock standouts General Motors. It surge nine percent. Following a strong quarterly earnings report with a plan to keep cutting costs by starting voluntary severance program for some employees, sprint and T mobile mobile. US soaring after executives of both companies expressed optimism that they're twenty six point five billion dollar merger is headed for approval. Sprint shares up. Seven point eight percent t mobile up by seven point two percent. Recapping stocks higher SNP up Twenty-nine up one point one. One percent. The Dow up two hundred forty two up one percent. Nasdaq up two percent gold down five tenths of one percent. And west Texas intermediate crude down one point seven percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash.
Dow Jones Industrial Average
"Update the Dow dropped today is the United States and Canada could not resolve the trade agreement before. The deadline the Dow Jones industrial average fell twenty two points with Boeing and Chevron Corp is the biggest declines in. The index the s. and p. five hundred rose. Point zero one percent with beauty Inc is the best performing stock and the NASDAQ Composite rose point two six percent today, Mark, the, US, imposed, deadline, for a, new, trade, deal, to, be, secured by the US and Canada Canada's top trade negotiator Christie. Freeland said today that the country's delegation in American officials have not yet reached consensus on, a, new, North, American, Free, trade agreement as they. Reach the key deadline heading into another round of. Talks in Washington this afternoon the Canadian minister of foreign affairs. Said the two sides continue to negotiate shares of Coca Cola fell today after the company said it agreed. To buy coffee chain Costa for five point one billion dollars including debt to further its venture into healthier drink options. Coca Cola ended the day down point eight five.
"zero one percent" Discussed on Crack the Customer Code
"Loyalty and retention and referrals than all of the amazing things that come with a great customer experience half the time we do not do it we do not do it simply because we have too much to do you have too much to do you have a giant todo list and i'm not trying to stress you out right now i appreciate that you are using some of your time just a little scrap of your time to listen to this podcast because i know how much you have to do so what i'm asking you to do today is to remember why those announcements were made in the first place why why do those things matter why do we even talk about this stuff if you want to become a customer centric organization if you want your culture to put customers first you have to be the change that you want to see so i hope you hear this as the rallying cry that i want it to be because i know how hard this is and i know exactly what it means when somebody says to you oh by the way we've changed your job description a little bit what i hear when i hear that is usually more work more responsibility and not much else right so here's the thing if you are going to be the customer centric change agent if you are the customer experience superhero that i know you are it's time to own it it's time to run out there and make sure that people are hearing this message in ways beyond the banner that they walked by in ways that are more meaningful than town hall that everybody attends because they're forced to in ways more meaningful than something on your laptop that just looks like every other picture after while so here's what i'm asking to do three things today i want you to realize that the idea of customer centric culture and organizations it's more than an idea and if you are a change in here's what i want you to do number one go big that's right go big if your ready to roll up your sleeves you are the guy you are the gal who's gonna walk in every meeting who's going to tackle every project and think of your customers and what that means is that you are going to create actions around what it means to deliver a great customer experience some of those actions in any project can include how are we going to get feedback in an honest and authentic way not just blasting customers with surveys but actually watching how they use the product actually looking for what they're saying when they're reaching out on chat all of those things that we've talked about so go big make sure people know that you are the one who in every meeting is going to ask that question you're going to ask the question what does this mean for customer experience be that person number to find those quick wins when you start finding yourself getting back into the doldrums and the lulls of working in a way that you're talking about just numbers and reports and blah blah blah you be the person who starts thinking about what did this actually mean if our nps if our net promoter score went up point zero one percent can we tie that back to some improvement we made can we actually think about what that person who felt good about it what did they go through bring those winds back to your team tier leadership and celebrate the heck out of him really make people around you start realizing that this stuff matters and number three gather your champions you know who they are there are people in your organization right now today who are ready to do this with you go find them have a lunch and learn bring in i don't know different stories of what happened to customers bringing customers themselves bringing reports bringing things to really continue the conversation beyond the weekly check ins or the dashboard that everybody walks by and sees talk about the people who are your customers because at the end of the day you have to lead by example i don't care what your title is i don't care what your industry is i don't care if you have customer experience anywhere in your title if you care.
"zero one percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Know what a store becomes available especially when it's whispered hey they wouldn't mind playing in new york that's exciting but i'm just using logic here i love it the game of logic we're using all the logic we're looking at the teams out there we're looking at what you can offer what they can offer the nixon not getting kawai leonard and the nets are not getting hawaii and that's definitely not getting a while what the heck is offering you know how the nets could get kawhi leonard and i'd say this is a zero point zero zero zero one percent shot ready buford and popovich say we wanna do marks a favor that's that's the that's the way and that's not happening as max is they are not doing a favor i mean i my fantasy team is awful right i'm gonna have to sell it to keep relief i'm probably gonna have to sell a lot of my pieces off i'm going nowhere even i would not go to one of the owners like my buddy chad i love chat i like them better than anybody else in this league not even close i love the guy i'm not going to go to chad and say you know what buddy you don't even have to give me that much here's buster posey gene cigar i'm gonna give all i would even do that so that's not happening pop and buford or not saying we're going to get more you know we love marx good dude here's coli on a silver platter we'll take back allen crabbing a pick seal later not happening so it's not happening with the knicks cyber it's not where and what is interesting is we talked about yesterday is the idea that the knicks couldn't get involved in this whole grisly we need to get rid of chandler parsons contract thing that's very intriguing the knicks need to be in asset acquisition mode the stargazing the star dreaming not now i look at it this way with stars if i'm the next orem the nets when i have cap room if there is a tremendous player out there and they wanna come here.
Kevin Durant of Golden State Warriors wishes he had late transition play back after Game 4 loss
"The sports the bloomberg nbc sports report which stashower john we finally got a close game in the nba conference finals golden state led the rockets twelve nothing then trail by ten before halftime warriors rallied reclaimed a twelve point lead within used it a big fourth quarter held the warriors only twelve points in the rockets one ninety five ninety two james harden thirty points chris paul with twenty seven steph curry lead golden state with twenty eight points kevin durant twentyseven the warriors first home playoff loss dropping game seven of the two thousand sixteen finals they tied the record with sixteen wins in a row the series is tied at two there's a new mac the longtime bluejays slugger jose bautista signed and then played so it was a wild day one of my while listen based sitting at home on the couch two o'clock and six thirty hours doubled and scored his first mets at that but it was the mets only wrong they lost the marlins five to one in their four game winning streak rare loss for the yankees dirksen pro three one home in the first half domingo's vermont texas one six four zero three more yankee owner's the laws that seventeen homers in the last four games two years after the jets drafted quarterback christian hackenberg in the second round they treated him to oakland for a seventh round taking never took a snap as a jet with the bloomberg nbc sports update i'm jon stashower john john stashower thank you even the sports news here's the price action this wednesday futures negative sixteen on the sp down one eighty one on the dow risk aversion driving a bit into treasuries iota by four or five basis points through the morning three point zero one percent is your yield on a ten year and in the fx market against the bulk of g ten dollar strength eurodollar dance six tenths of one percent to one seventeen flat from new york for audience worldwide you're listening to bloomberg surveillance you are listening to linda radio alongside myself jonathan farrow this morning and through the next couple of is a lisa abramowicz.
"zero one percent" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"I think is wearing out yeah i've definitely bought into that yeah and so you're not alone there's a deep fatigue that will come from that model and it's time for sure right now i think the timing of of this zella queant that let's flip the model that we need to be more and let the doing flow from that place so the be more be more what be more present be more bahir more often be more gracious right be more and then whatever the doing that we want to experience in life imagine the output difference one is you get those moments in joy increase maybe the frequency of them and then what would happen to the doing if it came from a mere pure more pure place right that's unchartered territory for me i've always been a guy who knows my operating system is if i didn't if i didn't like really suffered a create whatever i'm creating then i didn't work aren't enough at it you know there's more i can i can i can extract more blood from that stone couple more all nighters and i can make it point zero zero zero one percent better and it's not working well i got you got you wherever works it's just not it's not a it's not a sustainable fuel source right and you know we're not we're not fragile humans are not fragile we can do extrordinary things that this frame of ours and but we do need to refuel.
"zero one percent" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Five more years he's nervous he's coming off as arrogant no surprise with big ben he has every right to do so but i have every right not to like it on friday angels first baseman albert pools became only the thirty second player in mlb history to reach three thousand hits he also became only the fourth player to reach three thousand hits and hit over six hundred home runs the other three are hank aaron willie mays and alex rodriguez fair foul our pool halls is the greatest offensive player of the twenty first century great player first ballot hall of famer may get seven hundred home runs he's currently at i believe six twenty and he has over three thousand hits now but it's foul steroids are not i don't care barry bonds to me is the best of the twenty first century so i will go a foul on that one many have lauded the knicks are hiring a former grizzlies coach david physio this week after winning forty three games and leading the grizzlies to the playoffs last year he was fire just nineteen games into this season and many believers due to a disconnect with their their star marcus all before coaching the grizzlies fit sale wasn't assistant for the heat and many believe that this could help them land lebron james offseason fair foul lebron will sign with the knicks is all season because the team hired as foul there is a point zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero one percent chance to the knicks he's either staying in cleveland going to philly or going to la i liked the higher davisville but does it really matter he still have james dolan being the owner of the team and that's a big problem and the bronze say what you want about him he's a smart guy he doesn't want to team up with so much foul on that all right last one according to reports baseball plans to announce this week plans for the yankees and red sox play two games in london next june playing overseas is nothing new to the league as there have been multiple series played over the years in japan puerto rico and mexico including this past weekend series between the dodgers and padres in monterrey mexico however this would be the first time major league baseball is played in europe fair foul the.
World stocks edgy as rising bond yields raise fears for growth and profits
"The markets for you every fifteen minutes now european stocks edging lower well they were leather slightly higher she'd been looking at my bloomberg terminal up almost two tenths of one percent so he says the fifty one hundred is down a tenth of one percents style to their gains two tenths of one percent so you have some swings and roundabouts in the markets today ready as investors are digesting a deluge of european cool put updates today in terms of the us market open we're looking ahead to that it's love for dow jones features slightly higher for s and p five hundred features korean and japanese says overnight raise those in china and hong kong they pushed lois they you really have the theme of the day mixed picture bond traders will be keen to look at of course the ten year treasury yield this morning three point zero one percent on the us benchmark yield no point six one eight percent for germany is heading down by one half basis points but the two year no is also interesting to track two point four eight percents so that's a strong yield for us two year paper down a basis point right now is for the fx space the donna coming off the three month high that we saw dollar spot index ninetyone spot eighteen and the euro trades at one spot twenty one so a gain of a tenth of one percent as wti is above sixty eight dollars about gaining two tenths of one percents a very stolen oil okay redheads plenty this time from the rick spank on the central bank decision no change that's not the the news and currency strengthens episode saudi so they leave rates unchanged at negative one half of one percent the rick spike delays the beginning of the tightening cycle towards year end current this is important because it was back in let me just scroll backwards i think it was february yes it was february time when they guided us they said expect a slow repo rate rise towards the start of the second half so they are pushing rate rises into the long grass pressing really when you think about what comes next from the bank of england in terms of the rest of the news flow carolina under that you've got.
"zero one percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"They're always talking about the point zero one percent of people and exactly like oh like how much political time effort and oxygen a spent on the blanket dreamers i mean wh what are they like point zero zero zero one percent of the population now granted that's an issue is going to be dealt dealt with but at the same time it doesn't impact people personally majority and yet the democrats have in budget and an inch and trying to get right dr issue even though and you know what i think that no matter the average person isn't as partisan as say you'll me and you and i may be or people talk about this kind of stuff on a regular basis maybe they see oh you know if they don't pay attention they think that you got a guy who has got the trump who wants to put a put up a wall you know to to secure the country versus these people who want to go off in an constantly focusing on somebody who you know represents a tiny percentage of the population they're always worried about somebody other than me you know it's always about some subgroups writes some some people people who are who don't matter to them issues that don't matter to them on a personal basis every single day and so when you constantly talking about identity politics and all the other nonsense that goes on in this country the average person doesn't fit into those molds feels left out and that's all i think you know you have the trump election win in the areas you had it because like the democrats care about the hyphenated american don't care about the working man to care about the.
"zero one percent" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"And that's that was borderline right that was borderline but for me it was like hey this is the skill set that i should have when i'm on the battlefield so i can take care myself ticker in reference and by the way that means i have one point zero zero one percent chance that i'm gonna come home instead of not come hope so i'm gonna do it and that right there that's probably a little bit a rut rationalization because because sure 'cause selfish the i really love trading you yeah so there's there's a selfishness their night that i just tried to rationalize a little bit and and utilize exit unknown elements we talked on the first podcast via is rationalization and how you got to be careful that can be careful of rational rationalizing everything so the out of those are those are things that uh definitely can get can become can be problematic if fusion if well that's what that's why there's a dichotomy yes why this is the economy and everything because you can go overboard with any any personality trait you can go too far with ya and the you can definitely go that that's why discipline and freedom it's it's actually a balance ito discipline equals freedom but guess what if you have pure discipline if you if you remove all freedom while then what did you just do enslave years yeah you enslaved so you there's balance there's balance in in discipline there has to be balanced discipline i think the reason that it strikes people to talk about discipline because freedom is 'cause most people don't make that connection had most nickel lean so far towards jews freedom of doing whatever they want that they end up in slaves from a different direction yeah which is equally if not more problematic and i say more problematic his now you in a position where your slaved your enslaved by something that's not good that's not healthy that's not a positive whereas at least with discipline if you're imposing the discipline yourself selfdiscipline while they nearer you're imposing things on you.
"zero one percent" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"All of that is a very small part of the universe only four percent of the universe his atomic or which ninety nine point nine nine percent of the universe is invisible interstellar dust so we can see that either the visible universe is point zero one percent that student who lynn galaxies seven hundred six inter stars uncountable trillions of planet but atoms up articles and particles also waves of possibility so what is the universe made are the best answer science can give you is made out of letting so that's the number one opener question the second open question is what's the biological bases of consciousness rain no you looking at me all that is going to rises photons while that's going to your brain is an electrical current all that's happening in the brain is electoral chemistry with your experiencing a threedimension world siren song so we don't know what consciousnesses in other words we don't know it existences and we don't know what awareness of existence whose this leads to a very interesting possibility and that is there's only consciousness everything as polygons that's where i'm going if that's true that everything is consciousness and there's how many people on this earth if we are truly can acted as as universal consciousness have you could wave your magic wand and everyone could do something what should we do to make this a better place is it there are many ways practical louis but if we are you know if we are all all connected men you could do that and you believe in in the collective consciousness and.
"zero one percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yourself out of bed and transferring into a wheelchair just getting out of bed and physically get it on your feet and maintaining continents yes i said it sorry okay those things those are the six and if you cannot perform those because of something that just occurred to you medically venue trigger the policy that's how you start to get your money back from the insurance now a lot of people say to me well i may never use this and i don't wanna pay premiums for something i've never going to use and for those of you who say that it's a valid response and thinking like a business person i can understand that because when you invest in something you wanna return will guess what they're his new policies now where you can invest a certain summa money instead of leaving the bank earning point zero one percent which again i saw this week when we're talking hundreds of thousands of dollars sitting in an account earning nothing next to nothing sees me you could earn some money on it and guess what if you die you don't use it because you didn't need longterm care it will pay more to your beneficiary really he have really it's out there is available and they also have things were again if you do need longterm care it has a provision in there that oh kicking the longterm care benefit very much like a longterm care policy would have that you pay for annually and get a benefit if you need it it's a new type of what's called assetbased longterm care and so there's all kinds of things you want to consider about the company and of course read all the fine print go to the websites or read the disclosure brochures as a consumer make sure you asked for all the documentation that's required that you're supposed to review before you do something like this there agents should provide it to you and try and understand what is your getting.
"zero one percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Not very much point zero zero one percent of a bit going right but they were fined four burying their buttocks for her fixture taken last week at bangkok's watt arrun or temple of the dawn the to american citizens have admitted taking the picture while thailand has a reputation for raissi nightlife they don't really like it when you take him but photos of their temple why not i i wouldn't like that either i actually jeffrey might be like yes juppe has no problem with but self these anywhere and all of this stuff is getting so bad that even the new york times as we mentioned on on the glenn show that stu and i filled in four earlier today even the new york times as saying hey maybe there should be limits to believing all women every time they make a claim tried to remind us that this is still america and maybe you should be presumed innocent until proven guilty and not fired just from an accusation because here's a surprising revelation women can lie women could have an agenda and they could be trying to get back at a man and they could potentially not tell the truth and even the new york times is pointing that out right now that's that's how bad this has gotten which i th i think you can realise is pretty darn bad triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 pat gray unleashed tomorrow we'll tell you about the federal reserve concerning considering now their own digital currency in in light of how well bitcoin is doing.
"zero one percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Away because point zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero one percent of people do not use handguns responsibly walker we're well first of all i believe we try to put a couple too many zero down there lectured by tung nantes talking about i'm talking about mass murders does that's what we're talking about here not not not you you you could make you can make the case but when we talk about mass murders i'm i'm probably have an i was talking about russia i probably have i i probably have an added enough zeros but it for murders overall maybe i'm i'm sorry shooting as a whole in this country and regulars to this in murdering regular strickland we are by far and away the most murderous country in a world vetted that is that is that is specific the vast vast majority and were talking about if you look at the demographics of it that the vast mass majority is gun violence in the inner cities that outside of the gun violence in the inner cities it's almost nonexistent compared to the number an awful compare but making that point whether it's whether it's what whether it's point zero zero zero one per cent or two percent all right let's just agree that ninety eight percent use it correctly remembered the the democrats have said many many times for example that it is the hague eight full rhetoric of the right that is causing these shootings and therefore freedom of speech should be limited uh charlottesville charlottesville wait a minute but charlottesville probably wouldn't have happened if these groups weren't allowed a permit to protest so free speech and giving permits to protest on very very controversial issues candle legal while you're out here don't go away off the rails here to what that got her do it with with with the subject at hand now we are the most murderous cut we kill each other in easily because i i'm because i'm i'm i'm talking about what people view was a terrorist attack that happen and a mass killing i you know i i don't even know why you're you're spinning off about a terrorist attack and it's been a.
"zero one percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Away because point zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero one percent of people do not use handguns responsibly walker we're well first of all i believe you proud to put a couple too many zero down there lectured by tung on talking about i'm talking about mass murders does that's what we're talking about here not not not you you you could make you can make the case but when we talk about mass murders i'm i probably have an hour talking about russia i probably have i i probably have an added enough zeros but it for murders overall maybe i'm i'm sorry shooting as a whole in this country and regular citizen murdering regular we are by far and away the most murderous country in a world that is that is that is specific the vast vast majority and work talking about if you look at the demographics of it that the vast mass majority is gun violence in the inner cities that outside of the gun violence in the inner cities it's almost nonexistent compared to the number of people compare that but making that point whether it's whether it's what whether it's point zero zero zero one percent or two percent all right let's just agreed that ninety eight percent use it correctly remembered that debt the democrats have said many many times for example that it is the hague eight full rhetoric of the right that is causing these shootings and therefore freedom of speech should be limited uh charlottesville at charlottesville wait a minute but charlottesville probably wouldn't have happened if these groups weren't allowed a permit to protest so free speech and giving permits to protest on very very controversial issues candle lee but you're out here don't go away off the rails here to what that got her do away with the subject at hand now we are the most murderous cut we kill each other in an easily because i because i'm i'm i'm talking about what people view was a terrorist attack that happen and a mass killing i know i i don't even know why you use any off about a terrorist attack and it's been a not.
"zero one percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Because point zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero one percent of people do not use handguns responsibly well first of all i believe you crowd and put a couple of too many zero down their electric clung onto talking about i'm talking about mass murders because that's what we're talking about here not not not you you you could make you can make the case but when we talk about mass murders i'm i'm probably have an i was talking about what i probably have i i probably have an added enough zeros but it for murders overall maybe i'm i'm sorry shooting as a hole in this country and regular citizen murdering reagan this could include we are by far and way the making murderous country in a war vetted that is that is that is specific the vast vast majority and were talking about if you look at the demographics of it that the vast mass majority is gun violence in the inner cities that outside of the gun violence in the inner cities it's almost nonexistent compared to the number of people compare but making that point whether it's whether it's wet weather it's point zero zero zero one per cent or two percent all right let's just agree that ninety eight percent use it correctly remember that the democrats have said many many times for example that it is the hague full rhetoric of the right that is causing these shootings and therefore freedom of speech should be limited uh charlottesville charlottesville wait a minute but charlottesville probably wouldn't have happened if these groups warned allowed eight permits to protest so free speech and giving permits to protest on very very controversial issues can lead magnet while you're out here don't go away off the rails here that what's that gonna to do with with the subject at hand that we are the most murderous code with chile go there in easily because i because i'm i'm i'm talking about what people view he was a terrorist attack that happen and a mass killing i know i i don't even know why you use any off about a terrorist attack and it's been a not.
"zero one percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Lifting yourself out of bed and transferring into a wheelchair just getting out of bed and physically get it on your feet and maintaining continents yes and said it sorry okay those things those are the six and if you cannot perform those because of something that just occurred to you right medically then you trigger the policy in that's how you start to get your money back from the insurance now a lot of people say to me well i may now ever use this and i don't wanna pay premiums for something i've never going to use and for those of you who say that it's a valid response and thinking like a business person i can understand that because when you invest in something you wanna return will guess what they're his new policies now where you can invest a certain sum of money instead of leaving the bank earning point zero one percent which again i saw this week more talk and hundreds of thousands of dollars sitting in an account earning nothing next to nothing sees me you could earn some money on it and guess what if you die you don't use it because you didn't need longterm care it will pay more to your beneficiary really he has really it's out there is available and they also have things where again if you do need longterm care it has a provision in their that'll kick in the longterm care benefit very much like a longterm care policy would have that you pay for annually in get a benefit if you need it it's a new type of what's called assetbased longterm care and so there's all kinds of things you want to consider about the company and of course read all the fine print go to the websites a read the disclosure brochures as a consumer make sure you ask for all the documentation that is required but you're supposed to review before you do something like this there agents should provide it to you and try to.
"zero one percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"On christian hacking berg and i know you may be facetious on that you have no clue what you're talking about if you actually think he has a chance because you could say hack attacking against tackle you want christian hackenbury has point zero zero zero zero zero zero zero one percent of a chance to become a successful starting quarterback and i don't know how people ever thought christian hack imbert could be the number one overall pick in the draft yes you did he have that conversation and i saw sean planned penn state was not impress psalm play up against temple two times and i was never impressed by christian hacker so this year for the jets we know how it's going to go you can have mccown you get to hack and berg and tackenberg is going to turn into second murder this year because second berg he gets a lotta hits a lot and they have ought to get off and so on and when he sees the pressure common he doesn't know what to do i thought the most embarrassing play wasn't that the the fumble oh play but i thought when he chose paul and if that just shows you and also i had the the reported in this update when he was talking about oh well the line and just prepared so much they watch so much film and your matthew stafford saying if the team barely watched any film for the second preseason game that gives me all what you need to know about chris you'd hack and berg 516 on the fan sports radio sixty six and one of the one nine fm the fan we'll continue the jack conversation and now we got to continue the yankees conversation by muhamad wilkerson and shelton richardson they were habitually late last year and they got punished for now they are being called leader i'll tell you why i don't necessarily believe that they're gonna be great leaders and why you should be dubious of their leadership skills when we get back 516 on the fan zach yelled coming on back right after this.
"zero one percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The ku klux klan and neonazis according to the united states government and the 1920s the ku klux klan literally marched thousands and thousands strong in downtown washington dc without much objection quoting the us government at that point about four percent of the american people were in the clan or sympathisers about 100 years ago right now according the department of justice and civil rights community there's approximately five six thousand members of the ku klux klan fatah 6000 you're on the numbers that is zero point zero zero zero one percent of the amount now five or six thousand clansman are five to six thousand two many they don't represent me and they don't represent you fact my father fought in world war two to kill as many nazis is he could kill where declared war against the nazis and against japan and against italy in world war two four hundred thousand gis gave their life so that the world worry free of nazis anybody who freely associates with that philosophy a far left wing philosophy is mentally ill there's something wrong with you so there's a screw loose in your head if you're a nazi a white supremacist to white nationalist whatever you're not thinking right in any white guy who marches around a southern city at night with a torch something's wrong you're not thinking right so there's something loose upstairs those are not people i know and those don't represent the people who want to trump rallies and cincinnati northern kentucky or wherever you live that we're broadcasting almost every night by cnn or fox news.
"zero one percent" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!
"They're usually about half a millimeter big they'll largest they get is one and a half. I'll tell you what they look them for a second water. Swimming. A new thing. I gotta watch for another sharks bad That. enough. So they kind of look a little bit like squishy bears except they have eight legs and their face is just like around whole sharp teeth like. Real name. They're called tar degrades her grace, and we're called that because they're slow walkers like Tong. No, when they you know, they've just kind of tootling when you look at them. Bless her heart. So they're all over the world. They usually live in dirt. And they eat moss, algae and lichen. But what's really significant about them is that they are really tough. They are one of the most resilient animals in the world one of the most resilient animals we've ever found. They can survive extreme heat extreme cold pressures greater than like, the deepest parts of the ocean time six they've they've sent them to space, and they came back, and they had really. Yeah. Like in the vacuum of space in the vacuum. Not like on a spaceship put him on satellite. They put thousands of and satellite. They sent them to space. They they were in space for ten days like with all the pressure and the solar radiation or the back area the came back, and there were bunch that were still alive. There were ones that laid eggs had healthy babies. How do they survive these extremes? Yeah, they're shell kind of do it. They go into a crypto biotic state must what they call it where it's almost like they're dead is liking mega sure they dry themselves out completely pulling in their head. They slow their metabolism. Two point zero one percent of the normal rate. Monkey? Semen keys soci- monkeys. They lay they lay their eggs little system that can be dried but not for not for this. So but really what's going on is that their DNA has some cool protein stuff going. They can repair their DNA when they come back in the water when they get. They're the only animal animals, we found that can do this. And they're actually figuring out that we can take their proteins and put them in other things and other things and it repairs the. Yeah. It's like wolves. This is how figured something read. We're you. You just eating them by the handful. As is. I understand how medicine works, man. Get some cool laws made of. Like, how did they it almost seems like sometimes they discover accidentally like how hard how hard it. Oh it did. They did. They. In space. They live in dirt and the the can't control whether or not there's going to be a drought or they're going to try it out. And so somebody put water on it, and they spoke back to life. So they figured out. They can be dried out for ten years. Somebody somebody was like. Oh, I found one was right out for one hundred twenty years, and I put water on it. And it's leg moved. Nobody's been able to replicate that so maybe water on it in the leg. We don't. Can they so they can survive in extreme conditions? What about like in other substances? Can they survive in acid? They they repair their DNA. You put them in something crazy, even if they get frozen with water, and that burst their sales like if not all of them get I can wow can repair themselves. Other many wolverines are they? They're not harmful to us in any way. Right. I mean. Boss. Okay. Monsters like nine hundred species in this category. Not all of them are we'll read, but there are enough of them are. Hyper regenerative, hyper resilient. Yeah. They're they're like little super critters. They can go to almost zero Kelvin and come back to life after you know, they're not the can't be that cold forever. But they can get very cold for you. You've never seen this picture. I think me in calling have let me show you brought a bag of. She's. Cute mass effect pet. It looks goodness. They're like a cross between a gummy bear and the sand worms from dune. Yes. They remind me. Yeah. Let's Good. give..