20 Burst results for "hen house"

"hen house" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

03:15 min | 4 months ago

"hen house" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"It could be. It could be something like house. You don't know what the other the other thing. I find very interesting. That has always confused me even when eighteen into hen house. You you talk about it is the bidders like yeah. I have no idea where bitter i would pick. What goes with what. What even a bidder which i guarantee a lot of people don't So explain that to the menu use local businesses to especially hard news local businesses or and or minority owned businesses whether lack of minority owned women on of color own. Anything i try to try to focus dollars. But you get back. Fitters is a basically like roots. Herbs could be like peels a variety to be anything and prevented. It's it's got a it. It's something that doesn't happen overnight. Fermented for you know a good amount of time. It could be like ten days a couple of weeks. Whatever and let that process happened. The thing that people don't know about bidders the thing about that is that people don't know is that i don't know how to turn it always have to walk out and trying to get him the code so you can get in and has a really high alcohol content. Oh does. I didn't know that. I thought they had no alcoholic own. Sure i know that i didn't either. You're you're hung over just throw some bidders and some soda water and collared day out. The best way to settle. Upset stomach is embarrassing soda water. That's a good tip. Especially for. I know i love bidders. Wow so the other. You never want us too much because it really is Yeah oh okay introduced being you to do is wine club at inside out which i miss going to wine clubs so much miss. Mary hosts that i miss. I know it was always hervey because you guys did it when we were able to go out and enjoy it in person. You guys did it around three or somewhere later in the afternoon and it was right after our show so it was always perfect timing where we would be somewhat loaded after the show and then go to wine club. It was one of my favorite things in san diego to do on saturday. How did that passion start with. 'cause wine kind of scares me because i never know what to get. What's good what's not you know what i mean. The winds pick for wine club have been amazing. All of them have been great picks. So how did that start for you guys. It doesn't happen overnight. I mean donna. I've really developed our pallets throughout the year. You know enjoying wine and we both found a passion and a love for it and you know wine creates good memories accent. Sloughed it you know it..

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"hen house" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"hen house" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"Nearest uncle nearest minute jam. It's a whiskey but it's actually uncle. Nearest is made by the family of ernest green. Who was the one that taught jack. Daniels whiskey were in the history of jack daniels eight credit. The shop owner that jack worked for in training them to make whisky but really it was ernest green. Who was a slave. He was enslaved owned by the shopkeeper and he was a number one distiller whiskey at like thirteen years old and he taught jack daniels had to make it in the became his master distiller his family. Three generations later still work. Lot was family still works for jack in our whiskey in the whiskey business. His great granddaughter is a master blender and they started a uncle nurse whiskey company in pain respects ernest green and she is the one that did the master blending the newest whiskey the eighteen hundred four. That's out right now. jack daniels. The company jack. Daniel's says rewritten all the history books to include ernest screen because he was written out of it because he was asleep. While wow this shit be like. I would be more inclined to buy a whiskey if i know that back. I'm like no wines story. Yeah laura listen and not actually watching but mo- keeps looking up and we have a bar that's on the other side of where we're we're sitting right now with over one hundred and fifty different models my favorite part about knowing full bar. What are you talking about more than most bars. But between all the whiskeys agenda tequila the vodka's the cognac brandies. Plus we've got a almost four hundred bottle wine refrigerator to we like to drink. It's kind of part of our whose house really become such a focus for us so it is very enjoyable because like with anything like we try to do with this show you get a bit of education and entertainment and i think that's super important -portant it and you you to do that with a hen house you go in you leave with something you did. It know and you highly entertained so it is like the perfect company for our listeners. If there is somebody going out in their looking. They don't know what kind of whiskey or bourbon to buy. What would what advice would you give them when they're looking into. I need to buy wanted by somebody a gift. A nice bottle of whisky. what would it be. Or how do. I go about shopping for that. I probably would go with blends a little squirrelly if you don't you're looking for because it could end up be crappy. Yea well i enjoyed ones that you gotta know what you're looking for with that your status is go with something that is labeled bourbon or labeled ri- I personally like ryan more. But i think for beginner some of his rather new bourbon or irish. Jameson is always a good starter. If the spurting whiskey and then you can go from there. But it's a little bit reader. Irish whiskeys or have more of a mole content so A little eater and wis bourbons are born in riser. Obviously ri- he's gonna go with a a a bourbon. Bergman says bourbon horrible..

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"hen house" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"hen house" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

"On wednesday bartender fired. I'm like what and i go out there. It's the off from now for folks that don't work in clubs or know about fought fungus berry heavy so if you're not if you don't have bodies mix it up it kind of rolls along the bar like literally walk in the bar. It's super creating and so it kinda started crawling on the bottom. Like what the heck. So i go to jaber. The fog machine is unplugged. Would not it was but it was working. This is a prime example of stuck. That would happen. It got the flame all the time. Gotta gimme an nexus. Gimme out of air and its own. I didn't know that about maybe. This is why we have a ghost here. Too i know are haunted. We have a ghost freaking. Claude is a nightmare. Claude is very much. go ahead the new. We don't have any issues but we didn't have any issues until recently with spirits anything. We have an amazing tony. I don't know if you know this an rob both. Y'all when other mariam. I told you but there is a hap- disco ball on inside in that vip area. But i'm saying the queen's perform that ball is bette midler disco ball that she used to come down on at caesar's palace block about it like while. Bet you come down this disco ball that is that disco ball. Stefan flew to vegas bought it and then trinity you. All none of us had a big enough vehicle to get it back and drove back across mortar to get it back west biased in that disco ball. We have created a shrine for all the folks that have passed. Suicide is a real thing in our community and you know we have unfortunately lost a lot of our our guests and friends So anybody is welcome to put a picture of one of our guests. Someone they'd loss up there so there are always with us always on dances. What was always part of that. I have no idea what is up there. I have no idea but in the last in the last like eight months. We've got something. There is some their arms spirit. Now gossip like i've never felt it until recently. Mike snap them telling me about it on all the time and i think i know who it is a it is it it. Is it a great my sage on third album. Mary spirit or oh yeah. It's so special. Is we would do this kind of offering. Have we had quite a few people that have literally and it saying not enough funeral there. But have a memorial gathering memorial me popped up. Picture up in the disco is a home away. It's other home. It's a home away from home. It is that's you go especially in the women's munity when something bad happened such as orlando this shootings at orlando or the power outage in two thousand nine thousand. Ten people don't know where to go so they come home. They come together. that's why the scientists welcome beautiful. You know it's like we're going home so whenever we lose someone our communities very common. They rejected Can just meet a gossiper. You're okay with that. I just need to be around my family. you know. just be run my community. So i did not. I did not know that tidbit and everybody that listens to this show knows i am like the biggest bette midler fan so i was like stevie the way yeah. I went back like literally since sixth grade..

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"hen house" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:42 min | 7 months ago

"hen house" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Know God did me my Goddamn point that's kind of how it is on C ROM. That's how it is. But goddamn, this is bad story. I'm not I mean do you I don't want to ask this question. What do you make chicken shish kebab house? I don't want to say how do you fucken chicken? But just they got to check and hold while I like your pic a dick off. When you say no teeth, sorry put that certainly what makes you like. You know what I need to do this. Like at this point you might as well just have you ever seen a chicken's ass? No, I don't want to see a chicken's ass. Have you seen chickens past? I've seen a chicken's ass why she kills chickens walk around. I'm just talking about like the Amos or obviously just feel better. Just look Milly. Obviously this new as depraved as they described. So it's like a child point is the thing though. It's like it doesn't make it out of here for one. The chickens are collateral damage. Their God is bad. That is bad. I am never gonna look at McNuggets again the same way so bad like Jesus took some Edge and like if it was a chicken farm, It's going to be some weird looking mutant, but you can't. All right, last one. That was rough. I don't know why that one rubbed me the wrong way, but that was that bad. Hi, Johnny, Gill. Don't forget it is already right away. Have you right away son-of-a-bitch, and I stroked yo off. So fuck this dude, right cuz it's a bullshit hear how the fuck this story to handshake Muslim and deny German citizenship over handshake refusal a German Court refused a month. A man ruled that a Muslim man should be denied citizenship after he refused to shake the hand of a female immigration official due to religious reasons..

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"hen house" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"hen house" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"So it created this system and people are risking it off all but this speaks on the weirdness like this is kind of the only gripe I seen literally if your gym is in the county you can go to the gym. Or you know, if you have a car you can just go to the gym in the county know if I'm saying like if you're Jim is an account. You can be a city resident and you're fuked, you know saying cuz I'll here like from like regular. Yeah. I'm at the gym. I'm like, fuck you. Could be like lives in Owings Mills like fuck you almost meals are like every Baltimore nigga want to go there though. That's like a it's like The Jeffersons Movin On up. That's why black people wouldn't go there more often wise. I have that line in the the treatment for these kind of scrap. I guess for the the Saints of station North is is a fake. It's a Pastiche off if you will mourn the Warriors and there's a line in there where they're trying to get away from these people who are trying to kill them and plant this murder on them is kind of Pineapple Express in that way. And one of the characters says I'm not going to fucking Owings Mills man. It's nothing but his bullshit. It's like, you know being on this train, that's where the Warriors think of it. It's like I'm not going always real estate last stop will be safe. Nah, it's very inside cuz nobody wants to go to Wentzville, you know, so yeah people are plugging doing doing the gentleman. I could get rid of my tits. So I mean we all do I mean I need to do the underground gem. No, I'm not doing that. You not doing it. Oh, you just need to get back to where you'll be a pretty much I'm going to do my DMX work out in the basement. Just marketing yourself legally. Be more repeat. Don't do that do this. You get a good workout. Would that do you you do I'm telling you off just do the prayer just keep playing different prayers not playing dmx-prayers I go get me an energy. You heard what I play. Yeah. I was just like it's a rock Vegas show me where I can find the dice the intro which is 20 years old, by the way. Yeah. Yeah, so washed one nine hundred hustles also on that Volvo, which is a fire track. You're not were washed. Don't tell me anything more from time. Sake like don't don't do that. So in two thousand one and then you know, the thing called 911. All right, no, which is not something Levitt. So it's more it's yeah, it's not laughing at it's laughing at the fact that time has passed and it's what? Yes, it's going to be the 20th commemoration, even though I was calling to the anniversary, by the way on nine-eleven said, yes, Anna versus like that's not the word you use no, no need to read a book. Yes. It's not that Louis. CK book a loose EK joke, and he was like, we all just look for the top shelf word just like this is amazing hysterical was like, oh, you know historical means it means laughing so much that you go crazy. It's that hysterical is it that hilarious know which is not fun. So I got some.

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Jane Goodall on What it Means to Be Human

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:46 min | 10 months ago

Jane Goodall on What it Means to Be Human

"WanNa Start where I always start which is how how if I ask you about be spiritual background of your childhood of your earliest life. However, you understand that word now where does that memory take you? Well I wouldn't have thought of anything spiritual when I was a child. Now my grandfather was a congregational minister. I never met him. We mom my sister. Came to live in this house for I. Am now with my grandmother and Moms two sisters. So was he the husband? Of Danny? Was He that other of your grandmother you call Danny as? He was the husband of Danny. I wish I'd met him because he sounds completely wonderful, but I didn't and so we sometimes went particularly religious. And I love to spend most of my time outside in the garden was pre television, pre laptops, cellphones another event. And so we had. Books and imagination a nature. So I learned a lot from nature I was outside. And I, love climbing. Trees had special tree which I'm looking at right now be. Spend hours and hours up beach. Feeling chose to the sky and the buds. I. Suppose that was the chose this to some kind of spiritual feeling nature. That I had I wouldn't have thought of it as that that time. Right you've. You've said that you really feel like you. Loved animals and loved nature I think from the womb onwards a woman would. My first serious observation of animals was four and a half when I waited for hours to see a headland. To, say, it was my to Muslim. WHO's enabling me to do what I've done because she didn't know where I was. I was hiding a hen house waiting because nobody would tell me what the hell was. The came out and it wasn't logical as it was. It was a logical observation that it didn't make sense. Wasn't obvious. So I handle into a hen house where they slipped night and the next. Round the. You. Know she must. So I crawled off to, which was a big mistake she flew out with school Safiya. and. So in my little four and a half year old mine, I must've thought well, no Hanrahan. I think five, the hen houses. So, I went into an empty one, hundred waited at apparently awaited about four hours. They even called the police. They will also change Jomie Ghana for a holiday onto this farm. and. By mother must be really nervous. You can imagine your little. Has Disappeared on, he show me rushing towards the house. She saw my shining eyes on. Sat Down the wonderful story of how a hand lays egg on the reason I love that story is. Isn't that the making of a little scientists asking questions not getting the right on some citing defined out. Making a mistake, not giving up dining issues. You know a different mother. How Day off without telling us don't you depth donated again might have crushed that early scientific curiosity at my might not have done. I've done.

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Caucus chaos in Iowa

Between The Lines

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Caucus chaos in Iowa

"But first the United States before Americans cast votes for president in November election. The Democrats have to decide who I should nominate their party in the rice against President Donald Trump. Now that happens in fifty states and territories through voting contests called primaries and caucuses. The first race was this week in Iowa and there were at least for two. Is No results extrordinary. There was outright confusion as democratic critic officials sodded quality control if it's to say this is caused democratic anxiety. It's an understatement night. The Arnie the Democrats have spent more than three years questioning the legitimacy of the twenty sixteen election yet now I see the legitimacy of their own democratic process questioned well for more on Iowa and what it means for the shape of US foreign policy. Let's turn to our panel. Doug Bandow is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute in Washington and a former special assistant to President Role Reagan Doug happy to be on Garon. A good cheek is a lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney Sydney and the United States study said. Welcome back to our anger on pretty till we hear. Let's start with this fiasco in Iowa. What did you make of it? Doug Oh it's a disaster aster for the Democratic Party. It's embarrassing. It's an embarrassment for the United States as well and frankly it's a victory for Donald Trump. It allows him to make jokes about the the Democrats across. It makes it very difficult for them to be taken seriously and it creates conspiracy theories within the Democratic Party. It's very bad all around. We're talking about conspiracy theories series momentum appears to be with Bernie Sanders. He's the socialist anti-establishment candidate looks like he's more or less running on power with a Buddha Zhai the former mayor in Indiana but he's over now to win New Hampshire in February but his supporters. Garon I think the party establishment is trying to block. They candidate plausible. Well they saw goes back to two thousand sixteen when we saw really heated primaries raise between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Rick Clinton. We all know how that went end. for a pretty substantial probably portion of Bernie Sanders supporters. This is basically a chance to do the right thing. Now that in two thousand sixteen. They didn't get the result that they wanted so obviously any sort of kind of of issues with with any of the primaries for them will be seen probably probably as a Democratic National Committee's way of Preventing Bernie Sanders from winning the party nomination at the same in time the establishment candidate jibe on the former vice president distant fourth easy damaged goods. Doug Bandow always very damaged. You'll the he's a two term vice president he was in the US Senate for many years. He's someone who has been tabbed as the front runner. He's leading the national polls. You know it's one thing to come. I'm in second you know. I was an odd status. In agricultural status moment western state is really not representative but to come in fourth behind the to Progressive Zan. Dan Buddha gauge is I think extremely damaging. He's moving on to New Hampshire. Where in fact he is behind in the polls you know if he loses both of these you go down to South Carolina the end of the month? You know he's only five points ahead in the last poll if he loses that he has real problems then the conceivable that the other establishment candidate Mark Bloomberg. He's the billionaire former New York. May He's the big unknown he now. It seems wisely was not on the ballot in Iowa but he supported early success for Sanders as beneficial for Bloomberg wagering that it will. You know. Forced moderates lock Barden Buddha Jai to drop out along the way and clear wife or a light swing to Bloomberg grandma so the theory goes and obviously when things come through to be tested in practice we we shall see what what happens. Especially after Super Tuesday but there is this certainly a theory. That really is Biden. Dwindles this leave space. Space for Bloomberg any specially if it comes to Wisconsin in July for the Democratic National Convention and if there is a number of contenders still there is no one would majority there. Might be someone. With plurality Mike Bloomberg could certainly emerge as a kingmaker and and maybe this is the sort of strategy that his companions and that my explain Doug that after this Iowa debacle. He Bloomberg's doubling down on his advertising tossing Spain. But how does he support. Actually Rahm Bloomberg is. I think we'll have trouble getting a lot of personal support on the other hand. He may be seen as the best alternative live. You know somebody who is more centrist orientation. He's smart he's presentable and he has a lot of money he can match any spending from Donald Trump. The problem is he's run as a Republican before he's Kinda cold fish. He's not very personable. He has problems as a candidate. But again word a different world and for Democrats if you're looking for an alternative to the progressives if you're scared of the idea of a millionaire socialist you're representing your party Bloomberg might be the guy in July or he can be the guy to anoint. The person who gets now you've had dealings with Bloomberg. What's the nature of your of your dealings with? The Bloomberg was a couple of years ago bringing in foreign policy people to argue issues. I mean in many ways. It was quite impressive. He sat with us out Bloomberg along with yet a foreign policy adviser and he brought three of us in in my case to talk about Syria. The man is clearly well informed. He understands issues. He's smart. He's engaged. He was down to Earth. The problem is from his standpoint. I think being a presidential candidate is typically ebbing smartening in. That sense doesn't really get you a lot of votes in a way. That being personable empathizing these sorts of things. And he's not really that kind of a character but I was impressed impressed with him. He struck me as somebody who is competent. Who If as president he could very well do a good job depending on what you thought of him on the issues? So I think he'll he. He will make a mark doc in this race. He's a smart guy who's willing to spend tens of millions of dollars you can't ignore. My guests are dot band out from the institute in Washington and Gerona Good. She's from the University of Sydney and the US study center

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Andrew Wheeler, former coal lobbyist, confirmed as No. 2 official at EPA

MetroNews Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Andrew Wheeler, former coal lobbyist, confirmed as No. 2 official at EPA

"I'm gonna start a hashtag on that with these are the kids we got hashtag i gotta stick it out though let's get an update from the metronews radio network west virginia metro news i'm chris lawrence temperatures west virginia climbing again today the weather's nice but officials suggest you refrain from using it to do any outdoor burning fuels are dry humidity is low and the winds are gusting and those are conditions for enhancing the threat of a forest fire but this afternoon and evening several reports of fires across west virginia under similar conditions thursday a gathering in summersville last night is the two sides of the nncholas county schools debate sat down with a mediator trying to work through a lot of controversial issues on how best to proceed with rebuilding schools destroyed particularly enrich would in the two thousand sixteen flood state school superintendent dr steve payne says they're not done yet it's kind of a halfway point of progress of the mediation team but before we move forward what we wanna do is make sure that we share that result and give the community nncholas county a chance to respond to our progress in pain says though compile the responses to a number of options put on the table for discussion last night former murray energy lobbyists andrew wheeler has been confirmed as the next deputy administrator of the us epa that confirmation got the support of senators shelley moore capito and joe manchin capita says wheeler is a good fit for the job is well knowledge over the years of working on environmental policy and the public and in the private sector are just incredible i final confirmation vote fifty three to forty five wheeler also previously served as an advisor to senator jim hoff of oklahoma a staunch critic of climate change you're listening to metronews the voice of west virginia you know the old saying about the fox guarding the hen house that's what happened at facebook each day millions of americans post share.

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"hen house" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The files will you've got i i don't know ten thousand different files hot you know or then does that mean the government can go in and you know looking for one crime and then go through everything all the ten thousand other things that are in those files look for other crimes even though the warrant just designates one particular area and that's where the fbi has a team or the judge can have an independent reviewer of all the files that then looks at all the files and says okay fbi this relates to the warned here is what you can use it can be a separate faction of the fbi or it can be an independent group or person that the the the judge who issues the warrant you know could could also assign a assign a to the problem is when you have the fbi doing it again civil libertarians like dershowitz we're looking at it and saying you got the fox guarding the hen house but i i look at this and say but what was what are they looking for what what is it you just you just can't get a warrant and look for everything because trump said something that's not enough you need some type of probable cause in order to get a warrant what is that probable cause and are they looking at a crime from cohen now you and i both said a couple of times the whole story doesn't pass the stink test no the whole thing reeks of politically motivated action here because what but not the whole story from cohen of one hundred thirty thousand okay passes leading but this raid doesn't pass the smell test because what we until we learn other things my question is why is it that it it rose to this level even coen's attorney coming out saying it wasn't it was you know the raid was completely unnecessary which is implying that any subpoena would have been answered.

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"hen house" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"And possessing child porn and connections with nude photos taken of a 14yearold boy i did see the euro and this dude is right here in pasco county an assistant principal just we'll just walking among students looking at them as victims like prey like i like a wolf in the in the hen house if you will they got fox in the house i'm sorry victoria what's up oh i wanted to talk about how i mean i'm younger and a lot of people calling in an 18 so i know what it's like to be kind of look a teen whose become desensitized too late score and violence and does the gore glow it's i think so and i think like a lot of people who were like if you saw the same snapchat posted on like um unlike different website of and you can see like a girl's body in the classroom like lame there with blood on the ground and people kept two posting it and it just seemed like they had much concern for you know the ben girl lane there in the room with them but you know they just wanted to post it instead attention from there i think you know part of the issue is social media i'm part of it also is fast like it or not and on an entity has created by a youth to have become so desensitised the blind violence break normal not not even just you're a generation it's my generation to we are so internet internet addicted and and desensitize that we you know europe is following our lead i think and and it probably gets worse with every generation i walk in no i don't think we live are much because you know the media on like upset spikes boy can you know where gore's posted like like it's just i become a thing that you can joke about and even though not flake it's kind of disturbing to say it's the truth you know an alanon it's even suspected that the shooter he posted on um i advocate a um like unfortunate on before he went in he was shooting so it's it's it's like and then people would posting in the fed like saying like oh my god he actually did it like a.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"All all about i get a a a so you're saying that they have in uh disclosure or perhaps even thought out exactly how they are going to uh how much of their empire they're going to commit to the streaming service and we're talking about hulu and how much they are going to try to compete with netflixing amazon prime right well i don't think i don't think they're going to use who at all in this i think they're going to have their own streaming app that's going to be disney movies pixar movies 21st century movies i'm old fox shows old affects shows on that that's how i the national regret some things from national geographic i mean i think that could be a pretty powerful streaming app but the question is you know how how how much money of they're going to commit to new content how much of they're just going to think about it as you know someplace the stuff all content in a how much they going to abandon their need to for revenue from the cable bundle and and the to me that's the that's the core quest and uh do you know anybody under thirty uh who who has a can't who has hit whoever's whoever cable subscription there is an you 'lance there yes i our accepts great subscriber subscribers a subscriber count for cable television has continued to decline right on that so what do you believe disney will have to do in order to access i the your mobile phone or your monitor your screen at home in order to make this happened because right now what you have an is on as you've described with their fire stick you've got a roku the player plus you have of course the apple tv and chrome cash right now we're going to get another thing now at the plug into no no no it will be an alabi an app like netflixing or amazon prime amid the real question is will there be enough content on it to attract all those people who are either cutting the cord or never got the cord in the first place that that's really the question and i don't think the answer at the moment is yes because i don't think they're all i don't think they're all in.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Visit two the verdict star wars the last jedi i hit is the second highest domestic preview gross of all time according to the walt disney company in the film's two day international release or preview the cumulative box office gross is over a hundred and five million dollars so can anything go wrong with the kingdom of mickey mouse now being joined by the likes of 21st century fox here to tell us more as jono sarah a columnist for bloomberg view and you can follow joe on twitter nocera b v vets for bloomberg view joe so what do you think about this a 52 plus billiondollar acquisition of these 21st century fox assets i think that the day will come when they look upon the fox assets the way they're looking at espn now it's a it's a these are assets that they're going to be in decline movies that people really like to watch the movies all do our i am the problem is ravenous what disney is talking about is taking these assets and making them are part of a of a streaming app that will be the disney version of networks an amazon prime and the problem is that they don't at the same time they don't wanna leave the revenue that they have always gotten and so get to some extent from the legacy media i e the cable bundle and so they know they're doing screwy things like they're saying well we know e s pay espn's and decline we know that we need to stream it but we're not gonna put anything on the streaming app that's on television.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"May well add to growth and lower unemployment those are our general positives as long as we don't overheat and right now to try and get that inflation up a little bit this this stimulus could be just what the doctor ordered congress unless you do you believe that the tax overhaul makes it easier or more difficult to fund infrastructure uh that that prints on how the infrastructure is funded and how much they leverage private sector dollars i think um i think infrastructure could be and should be a more bipartisan effort uh i think it will get but what about the actual overhaul from what you know about this tax bill do you believe that it will make it easier or more difficult less expensive more expensive to invest in building bridges fixing roads and highways here i i i'm not sure i know the answer that i know this that if this works the way the proponents wanted to work you'll see a growing economy with with investors on the outside that are looking to place money including in areas like infrastructure and what they've been talking about is not been a a poll totally publiclyfinanced infrastructure initiative but something that would try and leverage private dollars as well who are the in your estimation who are the republicans that particularly in the senate that may scupper uh this sir tax overhaul where you've got to her her uh uh uh mccain being one of them that there has been struggling with health issues turned a corker voted against the package in the senate uh so he's clearly uh a question mark uh senator collins from maine senator rubio from florida have raised questions uh centrally as well uh rubio and lee on the child tax credit uh issue so there are a number of every one of these senators understands the incredible leverage that they have with a very tight majority uh and so they are going to raise their issues in squeeze the leadership and then negotiators by in my experience by by at least threatening to withhold their vote until they get some movement in their direction so this is the kind of lastminute horse.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"In two thousand eight from the great recession ended with a pick up the last couple of quarters granted in a three and three point three percent so the the economy is underperforming the projections at least from the internal score is the congressional budget office in congress is for the next ten years growth at one point nine percent that's an enormous uh a difference in terms of lost output in economic activity revenue uh for individuals and for businesses and what congress is trying to do is to close that gap even a little bit would make an enormous difference the week parts in most of the other expansion have centered around business investment with businesses relying more on adding headcount oh hiring more people over the last several years than investing in the kind of productivity enhancing uh things like new plants or new equipment that rest soft spot up until the last quarter a to i'd say so the focus has been on this twothirds of the tax bill is really focused on trying to stimulate the business community biz pass through suspension businesses and larger see corp uh this this is because i'm struggling with this and struggling with a two point three trillion dollar figure that we see and that's the cash holdings that corporations have uh that's an estimate i could be bigger and i'm looking at a pretty accomodative credit market people have been able to borrow pretty easily companies especially what what more do they need while i think they need visibility think they need to be to know they've got some permanent on the tax side and it they've got more competent on the regulatory side and just as importantly by the way the demand is growing so that from the consumer saw were seventy percent of a of gdp is so all but i kind of leads to can we get people to feel more competence that's why the fed is in part by the way so focused on pollution janet yellen the fed yesterday saying the tax bill would felt the not concerned about it in fact.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"In places that used as he electricity because a lot of places that use clean electricity that that have a a energy mix that's more slated towards non fossil fuel types of of of electricity the actress that he is actually subsidised and that means that your energy use has been heavily taxed and so what makes it expensive in europe is is taxes but also and it's just plain and simple call this cheap thanks very much for joining us eddie vander vault is our commodities reporter for bloomberg joining us from our london studios talking about cryptocurrencies did did did in today the fixed income demands more that a fixed approach bit mean staying ahead of ever changing markets making the most of traditional strategies that also looking beyond them not just finding opportunities for investors but creating them we didn't invent fixedincome but we reinvented every day pemco all investments contain raskin they lose valuable investing in the bond market is subject arrests consult your investment professional prior to making an investment decision the tax plan is moving forward and president trump says he's expecting to sign a bill early next week that would be the biggest transformation of us tax policy in decades here to discuss it with us as rick laszio senior vice president of alliant group also former us representative from new york serving in congress from 1993 2000 and one congressman lauzi oh i had left just first start with how do you address criticism that this bill helps companies that don't need help and don't have any incentive to really invest in their infrastructure won't necessarily accelerate the us economy i it doesn't give that much of a boost to the middle class how do you respond to that because that is the big a core kind of criticism of the whole bell right well no the trend greedy p growth historic way postworld war poop period has been around three percent we have been around two point two percent him.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"The visit this has become a dirty thing to produce this was a line talking about bitcoin i in an article today on the bloomberg that digs behind the scenes of behind this unbelievable rally that we have seen in the cryptocurrency this year as to how much energy it's producing and what exactly are the assets they're being used to produce that energy here to talk about that is eddie vander wal he is commodities reporter for bloomberg news coming to us from london eddie let's just start with the energy consumption of bitcoin mining there's been a lot of discussion that it is incredibly energy intensive can you explain raja that's exactly right it is it's it's very energyintensive and that's that's built into into of dna of of bitcoin really in order to follow the will in order to make the in order to me each quinn secure and in order to make it difficult to to limit supply and the creator george a person by the name of sedition okamoto an set it up in such a way that you would have to prove that you've done some work in order to uh to get a bitcoin as a as a as a result me eat modelled it a lot on on gold mining so what they use as they use a big server farms computers dot hundreds of thousands of them in in a room this sort of thing that you would see a google laura aura or a microsoft data sent use and and all of these try to solve the math mathematical problem but the thing is they all use electricity and quite a lot of it arch up they use quite a lot of electricity and they're in china chances are they're using a lotta called a generate that electricity is that the basic premise ride right that would be an easy assumption to make an end and we did when we first looked at this this this this was our starting point but of course you could in china they have a lot of hydroelectric facilities as well which is very clean very cheap once it's built an.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Oh and thirdly anybody who's getting involved it's if you're running a railroad and indicates that they have a close the loop you could argue yes if i could earn more money on the traffic i have a be willing to spend more money to upgrade the infrastructure uh you know this this is in some ways sort of an argument that kind of begs the question uh everybody's gonna come back and say look if i could optimize wherever returns i would through you know they greater amount of investments at an issue so in a in some respect that these are companies that on their own or sufficiently profitable the aren't regulated to the extent that utilities have been in the past in which their rates of return were caps on the investments that they made and you know maybe they're trying to rely upon people's mindset that this might be something that's the case but it's not necessarily so in dealing with the fcc or specifics dealing with these companies who obviously are quite well off on their own already to begin with well david east if they're not going to raise prices does this matter well it means the issue really boils down to is that in you really trust the fox to run the henhouse and so from that standpoint they may say they're not going to raise prices but what in effect is going perhaps prevent them from doing so and doing so in a manner that is less than public at least the benefit that you get from the standpoint of having a regulatory agencies such as the fcc oversee this process and be the one who does have determinative power in this case perhaps leads to a situation where it's more likely that something of a utility nature these companies would be upheld rather than looking at possibly dysfunctional outcome of having differential pricing and having the creation of a digital divide that affects not just consumers but also businesses david garrity c l and g d a research and of course june grass and legal experts and bloomberg radio halliste acts here with us as well thank you to both of you i very much for breaking the sound it a lot of interesting issues and right now we are hoping i suppose to get some clarity in the near future although this is probably going to be dragged on for a while i as the attorneys check.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"This disinflationary and then as a result you've been able to enjoy economic growth with up with less inflationary consequences june what are the basis for some of the legal challenges that will be made there are several basis is one of the ones that i think is probably the strongest is that they failed to follow the proper procedural hurdles that they had to go through and that's relates the millions of public comments and you heard eric schneidermann and others saying that they've after months of investigation they found that at least two million were fake using the identities stolen from americans and a few research study also found the loved them were perhaps filed by bots and what happened is they asked the nineteen sayed attorney general's asked ig pie to put a hold on the on the vote until they could actually look at these comments and he refused so the question is did he consider those comments as he should have did did the agency consider those comments or did they fail to follow the administrative procedures act because they didn't they ignored them and that's actually a pretty strong argument that they didn't follow their own rules another really good one is that the fcc under this blocks the states were making their own net neutrality rules and so attorneys general can argue that the fcc doesn't have the authority to prevent state consumer protection laws and one california state senator has already said he's when introduced a bill to impose net neutrality rules in that state and so uh you know the fcc doesn't have unlimited authority to preempt and rat may be actually the strongest argument well let's talk david a little bit about what some of the arguments are four dropping these net neutrality provisions right because some of the internet service providers have argued that they would actually be able to invest more in their infrastructure if they had less government control can you speak to that.

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"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"See sees decision also opened the door to lawsuits the it's a question of just how many lawsuits already we have the new york ag eric schneider men announcing within minutes of the decision that he was going to lead a multi state lawsuit washington ag bob ferguson various public interest groups public knowledge free press and there are several different ways and claims that they can make due to the way that this was handled so david i'm trying to figure out so they are saying now these big internet service providers they're not going to raise prices on a voluntary basis what will be will it take for them to do so number one number two who stands to benefit the most and who stands to lose the most qualified group the second question for a switches in those who benefit most or those who have in control the infrastructure and they now have the ability to in a change pricing in a differential manner uh the charged with the traffic can bear it certainly argues that if you look at it from return on invested capital basis they have the opportunity now too often optimize profitability uh in terms of how they're pricing their service who loses are all the participants whether consumers on the demand side gore uh internetbased companies on the supply side in terms of who've been feeding the economy you know up until now we've seen a gradual process where you know the deployment of the internet has alternately been deflationary consumers became far better at discovering prices and competitors on the margin would come in with more efficient business models and serve to reduce prices to consumers the net net from a broad global economy standpoint the internet's deployment has been ultimately differently.

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"hen house" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hen house" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"In a hen house than the wolves in sheep's pasture and we've got a climate denier so cold climates zaire's in the white house so it really is two hundred navy gril change from the obama years it sounds like we need to banjul musical steve tell us about your book degrom multiple outside the green box rethinking sustainable developments to talk about the rights so i talk about so largely about two misconceptions about energy there's three big ones that are a three big misconceptions that are taught in our schools and colleges they form the basis of most of our state and federal laws first the idea that by using energy were increasingly polluting the planet but if you look at translating you see it's not the case see the countries use the most energy have the lowest levels of air and water pollution second that we're destroying climate and store talk about the other big misconception destroying climate well you know we live in a world of superstition and examples in april one note thousands of people marched through people's climate march lows people think of the changeling bozic of say polar bears if we join electric cars we could stop the oceans are rising as we build wind turbines we can make the storms list severe is that is any of that trip well humans do contribute but the the evidence shows that natural factors dominate earth's temperatures every day nature puts twenty five times as much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as all of earth's industries so if we completely eliminate emissions were growing i could be able measure the difference i always have one volcano in were pretty much even aren't we like one big spewing picks or was that a little bit but mostly it's the oceans dennis the biosphere termites put lows of carbon dioxide methane in the atmosphere that's life true who who dog or the termites sale i've i've i've i've heard that as well used awkward that back in the.

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