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Fresh update on "jim" discussed on At Home with Gary Sullivan

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:49 sec | 39 min ago

Fresh update on "jim" discussed on At Home with Gary Sullivan

"2021. What do you got this this week. Theresa OPEC takes us to 1971 through the years. Let's take a trip back in time after time. 1971 The voting age in the United States is lower to 18 years old when the 26th amendment to the U. S. Const. Institution is ratified. A new stock market index called the NASDAQ debuts. The average income per year was $10,600. The United States postage stamp was eight cents a gallon of gas was 40 cents per gallon. The average cost of a new house was $25,250. Jim Morrison of the Doors was found dead in a bathtub in Paris at the age of 27. Amtrak was created. Disney role opens in.

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Democrats Have a Racist History; What Are They Actually Doing on Juneteenth?

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Democrats Have a Racist History; What Are They Actually Doing on Juneteenth?

"All these radical critical race theory, professors and one of these They talk about Americans in America, and they they never talk about the Democrat Party. Do they Now the Democrat party points to the Republican Party and Constitutionalists and conservatives as supporting Jim Crow. What it is. They are the architects and work of Segregation. And the continuation of slavery. So my question is on. Juneteenth. Which is Saturday tomorrow, But of course we celebrated on Friday, so bureaucrats and others can get a three day weekend out of it. Oh, the holy of the holies. What are you Democrats doing? On Juneteenth. What are you doing tomorrow? What are you doing today? If you're a Democrat. You have to embrace the history, the Democrat Party. That's the way it goes. That's what we're told. If you're a Democrat. What are you doing? What are you doing? What are you doing? To acknowledge what your party did. And to make amends. Look if I have to make amends for some white guy who held slaves. 200 years ago, when my family wasn't even here if you're a Democrat, by choice. Hello, hello by choice. Not by biology. And I need to understand this, don't you? So what are you doing?

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Fresh update on "jim" discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:46 min | 54 min ago

Fresh update on "jim" discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"You're a rent E wasn't your typical turn of the century Oklahoma. He was Muscogee Creek black and highly educated, and he was rich, mainly because he inherited a largest day from his sister and each of his eight Children have their own land allotments. So in 1910 20 received a letter. That a new guardian was appointed to his Children, and he'd be losing his family and losing the land. They actually went to the officials and said You would take my land and my Children over my dead body. He was arrested and spent a brief time in jail. But Rinty had an important ally. A journalist from Muskogee, Oklahoma. His name was AJ Smitherman. Smitherman is passionate. He's engaged. He is a leader in so many ways, except not in the ways that most Oklahomans were used to. This is a black man with a great deal of agency right? A great deal of power. And wasn't afraid to let folks know what it was on his mind. There was no accountability and My great grandfather called it the dispossession of wealth, and that's exactly what was happening. My name is Raven Maggio Williams and my great grandfather is AJ Smitherman. Smitherman saw the guardianship laws as just another scheme by the state to give white people the resources and legal cover to seize black and native land. He was also a practicing attorney. He took it Rinses case and one During that investigation, he uncovered more than 3000 other cases in the region amounting to over $100 million stolen from native Children. He wrote about it in the local newspaper. The biggest game of graft in the state. Today is the guardianship graft they have. Jim crowed us attempted to disenfranchise us taxed us without giving us representation. And after doing all of this, they are clamoring to be guardians of our Children. The Children of the race. They have so grossly wrong, and it became a worldwide known scandal because Oklahoma was one of the largest metropolis is of oil in the world, and that's I think the beginning of my great grandfather's realization of just how much you can influence things using a newspaper. Mm. A. J. Smitherman was born in Alabama in 18 83 less than 20 years after the abolition of slavery..

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Rep. Jim Jordan on the Implications of Big Tech Breakup Bills

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Rep. Jim Jordan on the Implications of Big Tech Breakup Bills

"Break up hills, which aren't those at all Like you said. They're just using that to get us on board. My fear is they're going to take that from the private sector and now enshrined that with government regulators who are going to use these big tech break up bills to then use the power of government to make sure private companies out there. Doing things against the shareholder interest. And think about how many pension funds are invested in these companies that are now going to be pressured to basically lose money and screw your pension over under the guise of big tech breakup. Yeah, we've already seen this. This play in action with what we just referred to when you had a major big tech company, the CEO of the head of that company. Communicating via email with the guy who runs a big agency who is the highest paid official in the government with Dr Fauci and Mark Zuckerberg colluding to keep information from the American people last year information that frankly, looks like it turns out to be it was the truth, and they kept the truth from us. So now we're going to say Lina Khan, who just got appointed to to chair the FTC, You know where she just got to point this week. So that's my Federal Trade Commission where all this power is going to go. Guess who she worked for. Before she went there. She worked for Jerry Nadler. David Cicilline E on the House student Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee. Do you think she really wants to make sure that that these big tech platforms don't censor Dan Bongino? So that's what this is all all about. I mean, and you're exactly right. The one of the other empty stairs chairs is, um, Democrat is Becca Slaughter, and she has said, we should use anti trust laws to stop systemic racism. What? So you're that's where they want to go with this, And that's what I fear. Let's do this. Let's let's let's change checks in 2 30 so that you take away their liability protection and let's break them up. Let's break him up. Yeah, but you've got to make sure they don't get this liability protection. So not not make not make this union between big government and big tech so they can further harm us. Yeah, a couple of additional points in

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Fresh update on "jim" discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:02 min | 59 min ago

Fresh update on "jim" discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"I'm David Remnick. We've been hearing a great deal lately about what happened in Tulsa in 1921. It's sometimes referred to as a riot, but it was far far worse. It was a direct, horrific attack on the black community of Tulsa. Scores of people were killed. An entire neighborhood was burned to the ground. This was one of the deadliest episodes of racist violence in the long and terrible history of Jim Crow. And yet, For most of this century, the Tulsa massacre was little known, except to historians and the memory of it was deliberately suppressed in Oklahoma and well beyond Our story today is part of a new podcast called Blind Spot. Tulsa Burning It was produced by our colleagues at W. N. Y C studios, along with the history Channel, K O S U in Oklahoma City and Focus Black Oklahoma. Going to start now, years before the massacre when the Greenwood district was very much on the rise. This was during the oil boom in Oklahoma and Greenwood became.

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Rep. Jim Jordan Emphasizes Democrats Lack of Cooperation to Study Coronavirus Origins

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 2 d ago

Rep. Jim Jordan Emphasizes Democrats Lack of Cooperation to Study Coronavirus Origins

"These very dangerous bills being disguised to pander to conservatives. Big tech breakup items in a minute, But I'm quickly on this lab leak story, which seems to be gaining momentum. Was a bunch of breaking news out their potential Chinese defectors. Spies who left I've been covering the story for this hour, giving up really the destructive information about what might have happened. Is there an effort up there on the hill? Whether it is I asked Congressman Biggs about this yesterday to get the emails of the people on the inside of the government and to see what they knew when they knew it so we can finally get some answers. I mean, we paid them with our tax money. They're dead. Wouldn't you love to see what was underneath the redacted portion of the Zuckerberg email back and forth with the balcony? I mean, I would just love to see it. I mean, and you know this is this. This is you've been great on this. I listen to your podcast. I've listened all your stuff you talked about. You've been right on the money. We need to have not only have this stuff declassified so we can see it all but also have hearings. And there's a select they think about this day. There's a select committee in Congress was appointed over a year ago chaired by Mr Clyburn. Pelosi appointed this committee. I'm actually one of five Republicans on their seven Democrats. And we have pressured them. We've asked them. We've petitioned that we've done everything you can. Why does it? That's why I want to select committee on the coronavirus investigate how the virus started. It's amazing me that Democrats don't want to do that. But they have yet to focus on that. We're still trying to get him to do so. Yeah. I mean, Congressman,

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Fresh update on "jim" discussed on Rachel

Rachel

01:50 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "jim" discussed on Rachel

"I think I think that's what they're talking about. Right now. Umpires are getting together. Jim Reynolds, the crew chief, is looking at David Bell on the top dugout. And now he's telling David he's going to have to go. Yeah, he goes, sir. You you were You were ejected, and so David Bell coming back out of the dugout now. He's talking with Jim Reynolds. And and now David Bell is going to go back out there. And clearly, he has just been David's really upset. He was already upset. Now he's gone over the top. Here we go. He's about to blow a gasket. Now. He was pretty close to it. And now he is your mind. Jim Reynolds. He is mental right now. And I'm not sure exactly at this point what David Bell other than he didn't think he had been kicked out of the game, and now he's been informed after he got settled back in that he has been kicked out. And his argument now is not with Ryan Addison, who's back at home plate. That's what Jim Reynolds, the crew chief and second base umpire. And I mean, David Bell. Is fired up screaming at Jim Reynolds, who has just added to this crew. And what this is doing as much as anything else. It is basically putting the freeze on. Miguel Diaz, the right hander on the mound for the Padres, because to teach junior has been laying down in the grass out in left field. Ever since all this started and what has it been going on for about 56 minutes. It's big Radial wanted, so David Bell goes back into the dugout and he will go back to the clubhouse. I think both David.

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We Don't Need an Income Inequality Commission; Get a Job

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 2 d ago

We Don't Need an Income Inequality Commission; Get a Job

"Earlier, because I'm sitting there between shows I get about an hour. How to shave a little bit, You know, Got to get ready. Got my fox show tomorrow. All this stuff going on. Got to get all this like Mata fired junk off my face because I hate it. And I'm looking at Fox and I hear Nancy Pelosi at a press conference. They have an income inequality Commission. Yeah. Yeah, an income inequality commission. They want to Trying to get to the bottom of how it is. That income is distributed airports. Different number One income isn't distributed knuckleheads its earn, please. They have. There's a name for an income distribution center. Do you know what it is Anyone? Jim Mike? It's called a job. A freaking job. That's the income distribution center. You want to go get income. Here's the distribution center. It's called the J O. B. Remember, Joe Biden said. It's a four letter word, whatever a J O B It's a job. How income is distributed. It's not distributed. It's earned. Don't you love the way this Marxist ideology works its way into the American collective lexicon, the House income distributed. It's not distributed numbnuts. Listen, I'm gonna really pissy mood today. I'm really sorry. I'm but for all the right reasons, not the wrong reasons. I want to be on the air. But, yes, I'm not happy. And I'm not going to pretend to be happy. And I'm not gonna buy all this Bs on the air. My God, we need any time inequality transport to determine how it's distributed. It's distributed at a job. Go get a job. There's the income distribution center. Don't want to hear your excuses if you weren't able bodied adults who can work, get a

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Fresh update on "jim" discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

00:49 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "jim" discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"Why are you that confident he'll change his behavior, Mr President? Yeah, I'm not promising change. They were going to help. What do you do all the time? So what did I say? I was compromised. I said what I said. What? Let's go straight. I said what will change their behavior. As in the rest of the world reacts to them diminishes the stairs into the world. Many presidents have talked of promoting democracy. But Biden is doing so after democracy came under attack here at home. Biden wants to make an historic investment in America's infrastructure, something bigger than Eisenhower's Interstate highway system, something more like FDR's new deal. He faces two paths, both riddled with obstacles. A bipartisan deal small enough to get Republican support but not big enough to keep Democrats United. Or go it alone and go for broke plan that progressives want with a price tag as high as $6. Trillion. It's likely too big to pass. Then there's the debate on voting rights for Democrats a top priority. They say it's about defending democracy at home. Republican State legislatures are conducting the most sweeping attack on the right to vote since the beginning of Jim Crow. Republican leaders say that's not true, and there's no way they'll let Washington tell the states. How to run their elections. It's a massive takeover of our election system. Nobody's fool. Next week, the Senate will reject it. But here to Democrats have struggled to find unity. Thanks to hold out Joe Manchin of West Virginia..

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Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

02:15 min | 2 d ago

Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

"Now how many of you believe that you can multitask. I know you're nodding right now. I know you're raising your hand. How many of you genuinely feel you can multi. I have my hand out. Because i used to be one of those people and then read a study. That said this. Only two percent of the world's population can multitask. That means ninety. Eight percent of us can not multitask now. The article goes on to say that when people hear that we all believe the very present right. We all believe we can multitask. When the truth is most likely in ninety eight percent icon. So if you're sitting there convincing you solve your in that two percent i promise you you're not and we have to switch to mono tossing or single tasking. This is the idea of being present right now. Is i'm recording this podcast. I don't have my phone in front of me. I don't have my laptop in front of me. I don't have any device in front of me. Apart from the microphone and the recorder. I am fully present with you. And i know you can feel it. I know right now whether you're walking your dog with your cooking whether you're eating whether you editing. Whether you had the jim i know you can feel that i'm present. And why do i do that. Not so i can say i was mono talking or single tuscany. I do it. Because i want you to get the best of me. You know that this podcast will be different if i was texting messaging. You know this. Podcast will be different if i was cooking or if i was at the gym or if i was editing while i was doing this podcast. The quality of our output decreases as we multitask our efficiency and productivity goes up as we monitor. Ask single task. We think that. Hey if i only spent time on one thing at a time then i'm going to slow down. I'm going to achieve less than everybody. That's not true you actually achieve more quality you will actually achieve more debt you will actually achieve more connection by single tasking or monitoring asking.

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Giannis Goes on Attack as Bucks Force Game 7

Jim Bohannon

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Giannis Goes on Attack as Bucks Force Game 7

"Will be a Game seven for the Bucks Net series. They're going to run out the time. The final here in Game six Bucks one. Oh, four Brooklyn Nets 89 Bucks radio Networks play by play announcer Ted Davis With the call at the end of Thursday's Game Advisor Forum. The deciding game of the series is Saturday, with the winner advancing to the Eastern Conference finals.

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Biden Calls Communist China 'Our Partner'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 4 d ago

Biden Calls Communist China 'Our Partner'

"You signed onto the G seven communique. That said you G seven. We're calling on China to open up to let the investigators in. But China basically says they don't want to be interfered with anymore. So what happens now? The impact the world's attitude toward China. As it develops. China is trying very hard. To project yourself as a responsible And very, very forthcoming nation. That they have found very hard to talk about how they're taking and helping the world in terms of Covid 19 vaccines. They're trying very hard. Look certain things you don't have to explain. To the people of the world. They see the results. You know what's remarkable. I'm telling you. I heard that cleanly for the first time there, Jim, would you agree? It's even worse than I thought. I got a double Mike and Jim both. It's a It's a three for right there. It's not meatloaf. Two out of three ain't paid three out of three. That's even worse. No, I'm serious doing their best. I mean, that's insane to be some kind of responsible partner. Are you crazy? Did you eat? What is it?

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Why Are There Un-Indicted Co-Conspirators Regarding January 6 Charges?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 4 d ago

Why Are There Un-Indicted Co-Conspirators Regarding January 6 Charges?

"Is, if you read the charging documents with the people charged with this January 6th the trespassing charges up at the Capitol and some other charges that are more serious. When you read the indictments, there are a number of people in the indictments who are quote unindicted co conspirators. What does that mean? Why does it matter here? How does it relate to America? Harlan saying white supremacy is he number one threat to the homeland? Unindicted co conspirators. Who are they? Why are they unindicted if their co conspirators? I mean, if I'm a you know me, Mike and producer Jim, we're out. God forbid conspiring to rob a bank. And we all get arrested. We should all get indicted and go to federal prison for bank robbery Correct. So if you read a charging document in that charging documents laying out the case against me And it says, you know, Dan and producer Jim and unindicted Co conspirator three were on the phone. Well, why are Dan and Jim going to jail and unindicted co conspirators? Not Well, the most likely answer folks as people cooperate way the federal law enforcement operation works is when you arrest people you think you can use you can sign them up. You sign them up with their attorney to cooperation agreement. They agree to do a B and C Whatever a B and C maybe. Making recorded phone calls to other targets showing up with a wire on producing financial documents. And then the government agrees to engage in a plea agreement. Typically, I'll plead to a lesser charge or even no charges at all. Sometimes that's the way it works. So why are there so many unindicted co conspirators in these January six charging documents? It's not a conspiracy theory. You can read the darn documents yourself there right there in the revolver piece.

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American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Indictment of Oath Keepers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 4 d ago

American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Indictment of Oath Keepers

"That there were potential FBI sources that an infiltrated a lot of these groups say, tactic we've seen used in the past, and he mentions the Gretchen Whitmer case as well, if you could hit on that quickly as well. I mean, I think it was a really solid piece. I've looked through those charging documents to you Keep seeing these person. One person. Two people pop up. Well, who are they? Look in the case of the oath, keepers. You know, Of course, it makes total sense to have the FBI not just infiltrating these groups but provoking them like they did in this Gretchen Whitmer alleged kidnapping, uh, plot And so you know, these oath keepers I got to say, you know, I feel sorry for them. My heart breaks in a way there. They're They're kind of sad stories through the idea that they could get together, organized a conspiracy for which they're all being charged with without some professional inside help to kind of forced them to do what they did that day, which again was non violence makes complete sense. I mean, would you put anything past Christopher Wray at this point? Absolutely not. Yeah, I I sincerely doubt that you can. Uh, you can refute the fact that he is probably the worst director we've had in modern modern history. The FBI. I mean, listen, I'm saying that even with Jim Comey I mean, he has been absolutely awful. His failure to turn up anything other than sound bites on the entire spy gate scandal. Uh, you know, as I said in my show last week, Julie, I mean, we really have to start getting ahold of some new conspiracy theories because all of our old conspiracy theories have all come

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Vladimir Putin Is a Thug and the U.S. Cannot Show Weakness

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 4 d ago

Vladimir Putin Is a Thug and the U.S. Cannot Show Weakness

"How do you explain this morning when they're in Geneva? They're not in Russia. At the Russian security teams kicking out the American press. I'm telling you why it was all agreed to in advance. The Russians probably said Yeah, yeah, sure. 12 and 12 winking or not, folks. Yeah, sure. 12 and 12. And then they probably put out the command from up top. Hey, the American press people. This will be on live video. I want to show right away who is in charge with Biden? I want you to kick them out and have the Russians kick out the Americans. Again, folks. Little things you notice when you've been behind the scenes with with this kind of operation for a while. Had been to Russia twice. I'd work with the Russians and the Czech Republic again. I don't find their security teams that impressive. I found others far better. The Israelis. The checks were great, but they always want parody. It's an act. It's an act. They do. They agreed to these press people in there. There's no question in my mind. They agreed to it knowing they were going to pull this stunt this morning so Putin could look like a tough guy on the cameras. Hey, we'll kick out whoever we want double barreled middle finger to the American security team in Biden, we're going to Make you look stupid in front of your own press corps. Who needs a thug folks. He's a thug. He's always been a thug. He has people working for him who are thugs. He has always been a thug. And they're pressed their end up and the press staffer got steamrolled this morning. I have no doubt. You got to do with our remember what? Who was the one? Uh gosh, we were They were over on that that South Korea North Korea Summit. She's grabbed the press and hold them and that's what you have to do. Well. Stephanie Grisham. Yes, that's right. That's right. Glad Jim, producer Jim to the rescue. The V O g in my ear. Very nice. Stephanie Grisham grabs our press flips the double barrel middle finger to the the North Koreans that says we're getting in that room. You can't establish weakness in front of these people.

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Experimental  Photography with Jim Zuckerman

Photography Radio

02:40 min | 4 d ago

Experimental Photography with Jim Zuckerman

"Jim how you doing today. I'm great scott. Thanks for inviting me. It is my pleasure jim. I am impressed. I you look at everybody. You got to go to the website. That's just one of the rules here. These days i gotta go to the website and look at jim. Zuckerman dot com. It's j i. M z u c k e r dot com. If it's possible to have a broad scope to somebody's work. You've got every single kind of photography that i think is possible is showing up in your work and it is dynamic. It's colorful it's got a lot of real energy behind it. So i got ask you some reading your website and one of the first things i learned. Is that photography was not always your passion. You were actually studying to be a doctor. And how do you get from wanting to be a doctor to photography well. My sister's boyfriend introduced me to the dark room. And i just found that so exciting. He loaned me his camera. Before i had one showed me how to use it. And i started taking pictures with it and it was just blew. My mind was so exciting. And i thought to myself i have got to do this. And so i made the switch much to the dismay of my family but as you can imagine but i never regretted it net. Not not for a minute and i love photography from the beginning and i still do still have the passion. Oh very cool. Did you remember what it was that turns john with those early experiences. What is it about photography that said this has got a connection to something deep for you. It's a good question. i'm not sure if it was any one particular moment. But i can't remember something that made me want to do special effects and and i did i special effects for ten years. I kind of disdained normal photography in the summer of sixty nine. I was working in pearl harbor. It was a summer job between semesters working on old world war two dry docks maintaining them and in one of the dry docks. I found a piece of broken red glass. It was from an old darkroom from the forties. And i was just experimenting with color infrared film and i realized that if you shoot through the glass like a filter you get one set of colors and if you reflect in the glass you get another set of color so you could. In essence create a double exposure

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Republicans to Introduce Censor Resolution Against the Squad for Contributing to Anti-Semitic Attacks

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 d ago

Republicans to Introduce Censor Resolution Against the Squad for Contributing to Anti-Semitic Attacks

"Group of Republicans This is from Breitbart will introduce a sensor resolution to condemn and censure the so called squad. For defending foreign terrorist organizations and using rhetoric, which contributed anti Semitic attacks across the United States. Now you would think this is not controversial. We're talking, of course about centering Omar. An AOC and Talib and Presley. But it is controversial because this is the heart and soul of the Democrat Party. And the Republicans. The group has led by Michael Waltz of Florida. Good guy Jim Banks, Indiana. Claudia, attending New York. She's great to remember they tried to steal the race from her. The resolution says the squad members of defended foreign terrorist or I didn't hear the attorney general talk about this. I didn't hear that fake phony fraud. Merrick Garland talk about this. As the late great Bob Grant would say. The central resolution says the squad members have defended foreign terrorist organizations. And inciting anti Semitic attacks across the United States. And so forth. The group of Republicans wrote in the resolution that Talib has accused the Israeli government ethnic cleansing and claimed Israel was promoting racism and the human humanization. The resolution meant his Omar calling the Israel military response to Hamas strikes an act of terrorism rather than self defense. She also accused the United States are backing crimes against humanity. This is why Judy Jazz, Ceron. I want you to listen media it. Your low IQ Cuba phones, media matters you low I Cuba phones. Paid for him bought for This is a jihadi wing of the Democratic Party. Most Muslims do not conduct themselves this way.

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The Imbalance of Justice When Pursuing Antifa, BLM Rioters

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 5 d ago

The Imbalance of Justice When Pursuing Antifa, BLM Rioters

"Course not. We love producer Jim. That's a funny one. It was not funny, though. The complete evaporation of justice in our country what we've been talking about since the beginning. How do you explain the fact that we have to terrorist groups, right? Antifa and black lives matter that engaged in the exact same tactics. Terrorists engage in violence, property destruction, political intimidation. We saw that we saw it with our own eyes. Our eyes weren't lying to us. You saw it on TV. Remember with the media with trying to hide it Remember was at Ali Velshi and MSNBC. Remember that It's a mostly peaceful protests. Dude, the building behind you is literally not figuratively burning to the ground doesn't matter. Outside of the fires, the But whippings going to say something different? The butt whippings, the beatings and everything else in the street. It's a mostly peaceful pro. It's 97% peaceful. Yeah, but 3% of them are beating the crap out of people and burning your city. That doesn't matter. 97.25% of it is peaceful. So how do you explain that? Those groups that were covered up by the media are out there running free. I don't see any organized nationwide FBI investigation for them. Nothing yet again. The January six protests if you are anywhere near the capital or the lawn, and you showed up in a picture on social media somewhere, there's like a SWAT team showing up at your house.

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Want Influence? Get Power!

The Indigo Podcast

02:21 min | 5 d ago

Want Influence? Get Power!

"Start with this idea of power and what power is and one way like you said it's been studied for many many years One way that we can think about power at least as it relates to leaders and managers and organizations is that power is the ability to influence the behavior of other people and also to resist unwanted influence. So you can get people to do things. Give people the behavior a different way while also not changing the way you behave because you can resist that unwanted influence in an important thing about power is just because you have the ability to influence other. People doesn't necessarily mean you choose to do so. Yeah so and also if you're never influenceable by somebody you're going to be really left behind. It's important to have good influences in your life right. You've got to yourself up. You know if you if you get married. And i'm pretty sure this evidence based i'm going out on a limb here if you get married and allow your spouse to influence your behavior at least for me. My marriage wouldn't have lasted very loss. There's a lot of give and take in a in a spousal relationship in any relationship. And i think your point is is really important to emphasize here that you know just having a position of authority doesn't mean that you resist all influence. That is the dumbest thing you could possibly do. Probably or at least one of the things you could do as a leader if you're not allowing yourself to be influenced because you have to be a constant sensor of things going on around you you know in my leadership positions that i've been part of you know or if had the privilege to hold you gotta listen to people and you know if someone brings you a good idea and you know you resisted just because that person doesn't have the power or you wanna show your power that's silly now. Think about resistance of this. Let's say there's a big bullying school writing or bullied bully workplaces. You got a big bully in the workplace. But you've got some dirt on that person and so he believes everybody else and all you do is have to look at that person and they just like cool it or walk the other way and nobody's gonna mess with you like dude what's going up. You know jim bob over here you know. Just come walk where everyone's that believes malone

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Blockchain: What Is It Good For?

Technology Untangled

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Blockchain: What Is It Good For?

"Thanks the perfect storm of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian

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Rejection - How To Cope?

Bald and Blonde

06:50 min | 5 d ago

Rejection - How To Cope?

"Especially being a lebron and bang the waco defense scissors i would say i think we have a unique perspective or an unique ability to see all the points of us lebron's so from that angle. I've come up with this little theory that rejection can be reframed as seeing someone self exiting from your life. Wow i think this is overcomplicating things. This over complicating matters. Welcome to my brain. I understand that your theory is helping you cope with the situation and we like to find justifications to endure the pain or the rejection itself. I would like to give you just rights trade at your head. Something very important and i wish for you. Keep it for the rest of your life and beyond spread it. Just no it with every single cell in your system. So when someone's rejecting you lemme ask that. Why would you want to have anything to do with the person who apparently does not want to have anything to do with you. Why that's a great christian dicey but it doesn't really. I laugh the emotional attachment that you would have to that person in circumstances so what you're talking about jiming is asking a logical question to an emotional state which in turn helps you to change. Emotional state thoughts lead to feelings feelings. Need to behavior so When you change your thinking you will change how you feel about it and therefore you will be able to behave in a different way. Even the person who rejected you. But i am catching you in here. Because here's the thing when you tried to cope with the situation by justifying other people's behavior. It's a trap. it's not your purpose. it's not your job. It is not your life purpose to justify anyone else's feelings emotions actions spirituality. And i could go on the list. A-to-z it's not your purpose. That's one way of looking at it. That i'm justifying it but it's not about buying it for me about understanding why is happening because for me and i am quite logic based if i can understand something than i can do with much much. Easier and understanding human behavior is one of the great learning curves. I'm on right now. i appreciate that. It's it's a never ending learning curve. The problem i see with this what you're trying to achieve. I understand you correctly that you're trying to understand. Why now in order to understand their why whoever they are you would have to think like them feel like them have had the same experiences as they had an have had to give the same meaning that they gave to specific sections that they went through. So it's impossible. So why would you try to participate in mission impossible. Unless you're tom cruise. Then you can do that though. Hang on now. You're saying that empathy can't be achieved. We did not hear you say maybe you saw. I have not heard hang on. I can't let me expand because for me. Empathy is understanding why they do that. What led them to that understanding what it feels like for them to me that sympathy and that's the same thing as when i'm saying i won't understand from their point of view. Why they join that. It makes it easier for me. That's the same thing is empathy to you. Well i'm glad you clarified undefined. The word empathy for you in this particular context or in this context very important. I feel and i feel strongly that empathy not necessarily includes that i understand. Why another person's doing what they do widely do what they do. I do believe that empathy is something that i'm respecting the choices their decisions and i'm accepting them because they empathy when we are going on the emotional level. Let say i hit my foot here. Because i kicked the neighbor stock. I never would do that by. It's just an example. But let's say. I kick the neighbor stock because again it came over here and whatever chewed on my cushions on the lounger and now i hurt my foot and you may say to me. Oh i'm so sorry all. This must be really hurting. Do you really believe that you can feel exactly the way i feel about me hurting my foot including the emotional charge to it to really believe. That's possible i think it is if you've been in a similar situation implies don't believe exactly nari but i do believe that you can get to an understanding of what it's like them based on similar things happening to you. I believe you can only relate to how another person feels but you can never feel exactly how another person feels. Well not exactly. And why. I'm saying that is because even identical twins in the same situation growing up in the same household do not perceive the same situation at the same time executive same. Neither emotionally not rationally. I case let's say that given. But the actual point i think is that you mentioned it being a justification of their behavior and i don't believe that's where i'm going it's not a justification is an understanding that intern helps me understand. So that's the angle. I was coming from when i was speaking about trying to understand the reason for the rejection and why framed it to myself is self exiting was a way for me to not be so hurt and not take it personally but say from their point of view this is not right for them and their life and so they need to exit themselves. That makes it a lot less hurtful for me now. Maybe that is over complicating it. Sure i'll love you. That and i do like the fact that you've pointed out that asking you so flood questions while you're an emotional state can help change your state. So that's really clever. And i think something that is easily put into action in anybody's life. So maybe that's a great direction to go down here when we're talking about how to help how lisa's when they of feeling rejected which. I'm all about behavior. I do believe behaviors all that matters.

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Reading the Story Upside Down, There Likely Were Bats Being Studied in the Wuhan Lab

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 6 d ago

Reading the Story Upside Down, There Likely Were Bats Being Studied in the Wuhan Lab

"We've been lied to every step of the way from people involved and who have experienced with the funding that was used to fund the Wuhan lab that I believe could have could have created a bioweapon and I believe at a minimum, engaged in gain a function research and created the supercharged coronavirus. People involved in it have not told us the truth from the start. We have laid out a case over the course of the last two weeks. How This is the biggest scandal of our time that a foreign nuclear powered enemy the United States may have used our tax dollars to create a super virus that wiped out millions of people is bar none. The biggest story of our time. And we will never get to the truth because we haven't yet learned to read the media upside down. You have to learn to read these media stories upside down when you do that, like the author of This Wall Street Journal piece says, we confess as we can finally get to the truth. So learning how to do that. You see this Peter Dash AC tweet again. The guy who ran the Eco Health Alliance and gave some of this taxpayer money through Eco health alliance to the Wuhan Institute. He says. Hey, there were no bats in the Wuhan lab. For genetic analysis. We just released them back into the lamp. Now, if you're practicing with the Wall Street Journal author says, And he says, when you're learning to read propaganda, there's an element of truth, but read it upside down now. Producer Jim What would that mean? If Peter Dashnak told you there are no bats in the Wuhan lab, and you're reading it upside down? Producer? Jim What does that mean to you? Quick test. Mhm. I was actually asking a question I could drink some of that tea and you answer too fast. Yes, it means just the

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HHS Budget Proposal Promotes Leftist Language, Changes 'Mother' to 'Birthing Person'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:25 min | 6 d ago

HHS Budget Proposal Promotes Leftist Language, Changes 'Mother' to 'Birthing Person'

"More lunch. How would that song sound? If the left got its way? Now I am by no means a professional singer. Matter of fact, I have been known to shatter glass. But I'm thinking would be birthing person. Do you think they'll drop the bomb? Mm. You think so? Jim said something. It's terrible. But a birthing person. Do you think they're like this song? Mm. Birthing person. Do you think they'll put me in the firing light? The song just doesn't have the resonance of Mother. I just Yeah, And the song just doesn't sound right now. Listen, I don't know David Gilmour. I definitely don't want to know Roger Waters, but they had a few other people and like I said, in abandoning some ham with him, but they had a few other people. I used to listen to Floyd before they went crazy. But there are other tunes and I'm wondering how crazy would they gym queue up another one for me, I'll dealer's choice. Whichever one you want to find myself in times of trouble. Mother Mary comes to me speaking would alright Thanks. You When I find myself in times of trouble. Mother. Birthing person. Mary, come to this. I just Doesn't have the same effect. Punch gusto. I'm not sure the Beatles would have had a hit with that one. If the left

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:26 min | 6 months ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Well lo and behold. I've got moderna. I've got pfizer glocks. Tell me what you're doing to speed up the end of this pandemic. Yeah we're we're rodley. We make cloud software and that helps these life. Sciences companies both developed the medicines and bring these medicines of patients that need them now particularly in in as it relates to maxine. We have over thirty applications and what they do is help them manufacture these drugs. Get these drugs through the clinical development. Send them to the regulators and get them out to the patients that need them. So it's really the full spectrum and we're really proud to contribute ten before viva. How much was done by hand paper up and doing thirty thousand person drug trials versus now with well i would say. Jim digitized a lot of things in the commercialization in the clinical development. But actually running these clinical trials. We're still early in a lot of this stuff is still done on. Paper just getting started. But jim you talk to me two or three years from now. We'll probably eliminate half of them paper. How about that all right. Well that's because two or three years. From now i liked because there's a lot of people who feel that once we've beaten covid anything. Life sciences is going to go down. That is certainly not what i believe. It's not what you believe. This is a big industry jim. It's a two trillion dollar industry in this is a big industry and it's critical for human health and human human happiness. It's really important stuff right. We're we're extending life. Were making my better for people. So now it's It was here long before covid. It will be here long after okay. I have seen more worry about state sponsored cyber threats that i've seen have literally during whole presencia president trump. I have to believe the russians are trying to get into or the chinese are trying to get into every single one of these medications to call them their own without doing any work whatsoever profiteering per pirating. What can do to stop it. But we have to be vigilant about anybody who wants to get into our customer systems so we have absorber security department. We take it really seriously. The main thing. Jim we we have to assume that everybody's trying to get in all the time and keep them out so that's nothing new boy. We take very seriously all right. So when i look at some of the companies i know that some of these countries are shrinking. Their salesforce is that at. Does that impact. Your bottomline is true. Right they may. It depends on the type company but going forward. We believe there will be some shrinkage. Is maybe in the neighborhood of ten percent or so of these sales forces because they're becoming more digital becoming more efficient and that's actually a really good thing for viva because as a technology and eight provider. We're providing them a lot of the tools that that they're using to drive efficiency so when they use more of our technology yes they'll their salesforce might go down in size a little bit but overall it's a very good thing or even when our customers become more and how viva work and how the doctors were actually era where we don't want to go outside or ecosystem. It'll go to the doctor. Because i didn't pack viva well. You know you see it. In the doctors and patients i write the the really strong rise in telemedicine. The same thing that's going on with our customers life sciences companies. They're doing remote meetings with the doctors and we have specialized software to enable them to do that in a compliant way for example signed for a drug sample right over the internet without having to be there. Okay so peter. We have a new president coming in. We've got some legislative changes. I have to believe new. President is going to be a little more restrictive more regulatory orange. The one who's going out. How does that impact viva. We're looking forward to open partnering with all the administration's around the world biden administration for sure. Everybody wants better healthcare. Tim better and more efficient healthcare. And we're providing the technology to do that. So i'm very optimistic. Can you make it. So that's less expensive for the people we know are hurting in this country. Absolutely we you know by digitizing making things more efficient. That's the best thing that you can do. Make make the overall value prop better and you know. Then you have to trust the administration and others to divide things have property all right terrific peter once again -gratulations of big move since.

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"jim" Discussed on In Context with Jim Green

In Context with Jim Green

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"jim" Discussed on In Context with Jim Green

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"jim" Discussed on In Context with Jim Green

In Context with Jim Green

03:46 min | 10 months ago

"jim" Discussed on In Context with Jim Green

"Said. God is this what you want from me. Is this the person? That you would have me support. Should I be standing by? Someone. Who is willing? To Fund, the killing of babies it was really the first time in my life. Honestly. The that culture in me clashed with the Christianity in me. And it changed me forever..

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Three CBC or tweet me at Jim Cramer extra day where the average is opened hideous. And then roared higher Dow gaining one hundred sixteen points as be rising point six eight percent. Nasdaq volume one point one three percent. We gotta talk about what's making this mortgage tick, because it is just nutty right now. We're ruled by tariffs and trade with the Federal Reserve it lasts playing second fiddle, but not diminished entirely. So when we get weak weak retail sales numbers like we had today, freaking people out and treating a ton of short. So at the opening it sets the stage for terrific. Rob, once we learn mid morning that the president's auto tariffs might be delayed implying, right here, right here. This is what caused it implying that the president may be trying to put global pressure on China, giving him the upper hand and these on again off again trade talks. Bingo, look at. So here's what I wanted to other walk you through what happened in this crazy session, because it is a perfect encapsulation of the new normal. So let's go to the tape. I we got that feeble retail sales number I mentioned from the Commerce Department's down point two percent, and that's the second decline in three months. Widespread weakest and get this autos home centers and internet stores, steroids, ugly immediately interest rates plummeted. It was incredible. See we don't really want to see that because it says the Cottam go into recession, but, you know, the benchmark ten year treasury now has a two point three seven percent yield, and that's lows veer that's extraordinarily. Remember, just six months ago. Fed chief, Jay pal was worried about the economy overheating. Then he ratchet a pitcher traits. One time too many. And now we've got these negative retail sales to do with that we kill number led to a rough opening. But just when it looked like the averages we're going to give up yesterday's gains, the White House leaked the Trump's thinking about not putting any tariffs on imported cars, given that he was expected to hit them with a twenty five percent duty any minute. It was a major positive. And so the market screen tire. Just when the Dow Jones average was a bath roll over. He say that again, he's the teeny of the Dow Jones average. Now, I can't process importance of this league news and one fell swoop. Trump went from being a hated protectionists, no nothing to someone who might be cleverly assembly. A coalition of the willing in the trade war against the Chinese at this Wall Street. Of course, we have no idea if that's really the case. I mean maybe Trump just didn't want to data roll over and, you know, watch the Dow either way with those auto tariffs on hold for Japan and Europe you four buyer stepped in picking up the stocks of, of tech companies within European business. Yes. Facebook and alphabet, now don't forget about those retail sales numbers of cost bond yields to plummet. Suddenly stocks was safe, consistent dividends. Because a lot more tractive so bars clock to the Kimberly Clark's in the PepsiCo's the proctors in the coca Cola's plus week dumbers being. There's no way, the fed in titan anytime soon. I think it's counterproductive when the president publicly bashes Jay pal. Taking interest rates too high. They should harder for to change course without appearing to compromise. The Fed's independence but Trump's not wrong. We'd be in better shape at the fed would give us a rate cut in these numbers. It would be justified..

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"jim" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"jim" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Jim. And this young upstart Okada wins the title. At the age of twenty four. Mckanie second youngest I champion in history. You know, the youngest was. She's K nakimora was twenty three when he won the title for the first time in two thousand and three. Those great Carter looking at it. And finally in this stopover in our journey before we get to Cody Rhodes shared a little while Cody Ronald's, just Cody. Birthdays birthdays to doing birthdays yesterday. I didn't bring it up darn. It was Madison rains birthday, she's thirty three on Tuesday recording this on Wednesday. So Connor the essential thirty nine on Wednesday. Friday, the big show forty seven. I'm really proud of how he looks. And I looked looks like he feels better and law that just way control and eating healthier. You know, he can load up all more. Well, the big things big guys Mark enters the same way once phone times that many of us this way, I still think for going on a diet. It's not getting enough to eat has pharma truth. You all you want Showtime's a day. Well, she want us pretty good deal. Right. You feel me himmy Sherri Martel? Celebrate our sixty first birthday on Friday course, Sherry fashionably two thousand seven. Well, she was talent tougher hill shears further while the last of those territory trained, an abused mentally and physically because most women territories didn't get race. And I'd say abuse like sexually anything about that. But verbally and mentally. They're abused. They were not welcome. Survived grizzly Smith had some trying to some degree. I'm not sure GIO. Not heart would have been sixty four on Friday. So is go into the hall of fame. It'll make his family happy and good moment for real likeable. Dude. I remember him teaching Bill watch the sun mica out of those shot foot. Costa got Jim booked out of Calgary down to oklahom-? Back in the day. The eighties got very well. Always likable any of that. Great laugh that was just way laughed what a good guy. A real sweetheart sobering are fifty fifth birthday on Saturday Medusa alone of Lay's by any name. She's beautiful human being a great talent. Trey talent. Have you Berta girl? Also, another one of my favorite ladies, wrestling, the toria. Lisa Marie Garrone is going to be forty eight on Sunday. Both these ladies are on Twitter say, hey, JR Michio show have birthday following. Always enjoyed always visual always enjoyed working with Kinney. Shamrock can't be fifty five on Monday. Fifty five years for a million bucks. Tough to. And had you know, he was on a real roll. He was getting ready to get the big push the rocket ship and WW e when he left to go back to him. I I can't say it was a bad move. I don't know it costs some money. I'm thinking I'm thinking that. But if he was happy doing making that call that he made the right call sometimes along our journey in life. What we do for living. Vocation? You you have to revive. And he had to say is this the right thing for me right now. And Kenny thought it was and I'm sure today from say the same thing he came back. It's fights. I don't know if you've ever the same. But he was he was so natural in four wrestler. His sis- national passion when he got pissed off. He worked. Sure that he oh snapped. They ain't good for anybody. Or if he was if he was in his character. Going to be a big tough star. Remade his decision. So it's not a bad thing at birthday Kenny fifty five and another guy that I respect for celebrating a birthday on Tuesday birthday number fifty nine for the incredible OMG one man gang crusher Broomfield. I think that the gang made his way to mid south. We've got a big break. He was a great he'll earned his break. Scandal right were healthy Mowatt. Mentor him and teaching him. I think Ernie Ladd was the guy that saw. In Kentucky or someplace and they end up running to mid south. So, but he's is asset to the territory when man gang asset to the territory. I follow on Facebook..

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"jim" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"jim" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"WWE hall of Famer Jim Ross and now the man himself noodle JR. Yes. Indeed. Hello again, everybody. I got a big old heaping helping slobber knocker audio right off the grill, a witne, y'all as Oklahoma talk awaiting, y'all. That's why some kind of little thing fostering, maybe a l l I think maybe not does it really matter so holidays happy holidays everybody. We have a great show today. If it's not a great show for my fault. I'll down the sort. We have part to the bully Ray interview. He's gonna talk a lot about his time now and doing a great job on a roof. Phenomenal show called busted openness on channel ninety three siriusxm. And that's a that is a great wrestling show with a huge audience. Great reach and again, it's the illustration of how popular. In wrestling has become. And also the irascible incomparable James e cornet will join me today from his luxuriance of mode near Louisville in the the castle cornet. So that should be fun. Always give a corner here. So again fund show today. And I thank you guys have subscribing to our podcast, whether you do it on Google podcast or Spotify or apple podcasts. Tune in Stitcher or heroin. Heck, you get your slobber knocker audio. We've free shit you, and we certainly free shit. You also leaving those five star ratings when you get the opportunity, but right now kids, here's what's on my mind. A lot of things on my mind this week, folks. And a lot of interesting things are developing a creatively and the world of pro wrestling. I seen a lot boy since we talked last. I have consumed a bunch of product a bunch of fraud talking about the momentarily, but I think the the the biggest story would have to be the return of the McMahon's Mishra McMahon bents a Stephanie her husband triple h and brother Shane the came back on Monday night, raw they're gonna they're gonna take over the administrative control of these shows on their inner story in their characters and television characters should be interesting should be interesting. I was a little bit disappointed. That there was not more of a shakeup because I have my hopes really sky high maybe too high quite frankly that we would say major implosion of the flagship brand, and it would be beginning to be reassembled before they went off the air to some degree. I got a what I thought was an entertaining. I albeit maybe long for some people's taste for a segment or the McMahon's lay in the lead the land here establishing the lay of the land. But then the rest of the show is kinda felt to me like it was business as usual. So I said to myself, and I did Monday night, KOMO JR. It's a you're talking about creative with show business fighting. How can you get to upset with the play fights? And you are critiquing. It lucky was the NFL playoffs. And then some is gonna say, well JR, you know, kind, of course, that's your business. Yeah. It's it's a but some of my life. So hope it's not years either. I thought the information of Doda view, they're gonna adds new talents. I'm big on lar- Sullivan. The big some guys got this astonishing look if he is cared taken. And he is he is Ron along with no stone unturned he needs to be assigned to an agent that can lead him every step of the way, not a different agent every week. He's got it. He he's a kinda guy would walk down on airport corridor. And everybody would look if you walked zero restaurant people going to look he draws attention. So he's a head Turner. So I'm I'm high on him. He needs his own guy. He thinks his own agent. That's going to bring him along with one on one care. That's my take on that deal. I'm glad he see threes. Getting back on the main roster. Nicky cross really has a unique upside I think in the female division. She's very fundamentally sound I like the tag team of heavy machinery because they are throwback to the looks of the old big barrel chested powerlifting. You know? They're they they steaks and they lift weights. I dig that's good. Then I thought when I first saw Lacey Evans at the first may young classic..

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Jim Cramer day to here comes the hard part though. Today's session made a ton of sensitive to the big China News from the g twenty this weekend. Even stocks opened four too high as often tell you an ended up pulling back somewhat Dow only closing up two hundred eighty eight points hasn't been gaining one point nine percent. Nasdaq one point five one percent, let's go over the state of player. What exactly went down north Gina? I'd say the president gave China ninety days to come to the table with substantial changes in the way, it does business plus the People's Republic lots to buy a lot of American-made goods just you're of goodwill. There's a lot here to be chewed on. But let's start with the tempering point. It may be difficult for the Chinese to change their economy. For example. I don't know how Chinese companies will stop stealing American intellectual property went at the moment. China won't even being. Dollars into doing it. That's the biggest concern among the companies I talked to. But there are a lot of other reasons to be stepped ical that deal still assuming the Chinese are serious about coming to the table. How do we try to profit from it? I mean, it is mad money not mad foreign policy. I will go over these ones. That was easy if China wants to show President Trump's some good faith, what can they do? Well, they have to be and that three visible. I the People's Republic needs to give us some agricultural orders. The news that might be concessions drive up the prices of pretty much the whole green cop today what the former do when they have more money in their pockets. Well, they buy tractor. It really doesn't matter how how much really much stock of John Deere's up many firms still have holds on the stock. And even after today, it's still down thirteen points from its high. I think is analyst more aggressively upgrade dear now, the China seems willing to play ball. You also hear the Chinese will buy more American energy. Please don't get sucked in there. The truth is when it comes.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Three CNBC or tweet me at Jim Cramer. How do we gain out the potential outcomes of this election today, we saw a lot of bets on possible scenarios bets being made? I think frankly with all that not all that much information. Well, let me try to interpret what the buyers and sellers were doing to understand why the Dow gained one hundred seventy three point say, yes. And be Vance point six three percent. And then ask that kind points. It's four percent. And there for maybe get some insight into what they might do. I most of today's buyers embraced the concept that we're going to have gridlock. Most likely gridlock caused by the Democrats taking control of the house of representatives. Why don't veterans look we'd walk so much because historically when Washington can't get anything done. That's been very good for stocks. But as good look really good right now, we got a game this out. Okay. On the one hand. We're not getting any more. Tax cuts with the do nothing. Congress. So once we anniversary of the presence us tax reform packets. That's no longer going to bolster our growth anymore at the same time. There won't be enough votes in congress to block President Trump's trae war against China. That's gonna keep puttering along and Federal Reserve looks set to keep raising interest rates one can December and then three more next year. If you own stocks, this quit lock scenario results in dramatically slower economy. That's the sound of a slower economy. Not great news for the market as a whole, but it's driven for the highest growth stocks that can keep putting up terrific numbers. Even during a Slota think Amazon alphabet, the cloud place, the cyber security stocks and many of the non-semiconductor names like broadcom and Qualcomm, which are tied to the roll out of five G wireless technology, not the border me. And I could argue the five G wireless technologies going to go on no matter who's in congress. What else then because if historically liked biotech while disliking big forma? Here's an idea you could easily buy biotech ETF year. These are all these talks are always there just really far down. So I like the X P I owe it will do the job. Although again, because we have gridlock. I'm not so sure there's much democratic house to do for the biotechs. So that's kind of more ethereal. What does it work when we have block? I don't think it will be great for the consumer what's being alleged tax cut. There's nothing else. Coming but interest rates and tariffs are still going to go up. We shouldn't tremendous rally in retail going on. Endlessly. I seemed to Peter out today could come to a truly screeching halt moral. I'd be very careful here. I bet many hedge funds would like to go wall Amazon which has been down down down and go short all the retailers which have been up above except perhaps discounters like TJ extra potent stores Dollar General how the Republicans keep both houses of congress. Well, I got one that is what I need you to do this. I need you to go by the defense stocks. Northop grummin lucky Morton and Raytheon all everyone had outstanding quarters among the best. We seen this year. And yet what happened? Stock so cloud why because fears that congress would end up cutting the defense budget. If the Democrats can't control of either house while both parties love showing up money for military hardware, the Republicans love that even more. So if they can hold both houses of congress, I expect a roaring bull market defense stocks, or at least a cessation of the nasty bear market. That's been going on. Now bite. Also, clearly by the soccer, Boeing, even with the trade war against China because I believe the Chinese Nivo and move them Bowie needs China. Sure, the company sells a quarter of its planes to the People's Republic. But the weightless for commercial aircraft is many many years long and to China wants to switch to Airbus. They'll have to get to the back of the line. And I think demand stay strong because of the growing middle class in developing countries, like China, speaking of the tray world, I know that there are plenty of traders who believe that if Democrats can take both.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Cbc or tweet me at jim cramer i'm constantly telling you the discipline always trump's conviction i say over and over and over again in other words no matter how much you make love a stock no matter how enthralled you are with the underlying company if the rules say sell it sell sell sell you sell it one thing i've learned in my investing career no matter how much you might believe in something you violate the rules of the road at your own peril but where the heck to these wolves come from it sound like they were handed down from one high and carved into stone tablets then i like the laws of physics she can't just deduce them from observing the way the market works the way you can do say gravity no the rules come from experience in particular my experience i've spent nearly forty years in this business and in that time you'd better believe i've learned some powerful lessons in many cases i learned the hard way and because i don't want you to repeat my mistakes because i do want you to have the benefit of my whole career tonight i wanna lay out some of my most important rules for investing the stuff i really live by now some of this stuff may seem basic but again you forget the rules at your own peril beckham hedge fund where i labor for a long time i'd occasionally convince myself that it was okay to make an exception to have a cheap day to ignore my discipline just this once for some reason that seemed compelling at that time and whatever broke my rules well let's just say i got burn it's like that old joke about the guy that goes to the doctors this doctor doctor it hurts when i stretch out and shake my hand around to which the doctor plus and don't do that so what exactly should you be doing or not doing as the case may be let's stick down my most important rules for investing starting with number one bulls make money bears make money and pigs they get slaughtered look i say this all the time because that's because so often in my career i've seen moments where stocks went up so much the people were intoxicated with their games of course they'll slit they were genius stu hovers precisely at this point of intoxication that you need to remind yourself not to act like a pig i i heard this phrase on the desk of the old trading of the legendary steinhardt partners i'd be having a big run some stock in the legendary michael steinhardt would tell me that i'd made a lot of money perhaps too much money maybe that's being picked i had no idea it was talking about i was just grateful i caught a major game of course not that long after we got a vicious so off and i gave back everything i made and then some that's one nine enshrine the bulls make money peirce make money pigs gifts lord thesis as one of my rules and now it's so deeply ingrained that i've got a barnyard full sound effect buttons to tell the whole story as i just did the bull the bear the pig and of course the guilty just to be clear bulls don't have a monopoly on pinkish nece the exact same idea applies to investors who press their bits to aggressively in the short side we've had some major declines over the years but other than the dot com burst in two thousand and then the financial crisis in two thousand and two thousand nine systematic risk most docs did bounce back pretty quickly and at this point that you've made a killing if you went long at the lowest two thousand nine but if you stayed short if you were pigs gut greenie betting against the market when it was going down you got slaughtered of course it begs the question how do you know when you're being pig look at what's there's no such thing as stupid questions only stupid answers but honestly you don't need me to tell you when you're being a pig if you didn't feel greedy let me hit an all time high and the nasdaq in two thousand after three thousand point run almost no time flat you need investment advisor in your psychiatrist if it took profits you sidestepped the climb if you let your.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Cbc or tweet me at jim cramer either i am very lucky or the bush gods were listening to last night show and they decided they decided to slaughter few bears on the altar of higher prices today i don't know how else to explain such a robust rally dow surging fear forty six points some climbing point eight six percent nasdaq visiting point six seven seven other than a small increase in interest rates is the louis little bit higher thrifts going and yet another decline in the dollar which helps get the moly nationals quite jig remember last night i told him you can't have real sustained rally here unless we get more leadership's got to broaden out i said we could rally if we got say something beyond the banks in the retailers like healthcare like industrials like transports we'll guess what today we got almost all them in fact ten out of a levin sectors went higher and it was if you're a bull a glorious thing to see unlike yesterday we had tech and retail not much else today's action had a lot going for it despite the lack of any big macro that kind of data from the government figures so let's start by ticking down the most visible winners because i think that they are exactly what leadership is i is j p morgan screen tire all that any bidding rise in interest rates this move is classic people just classic as desperate left from behind bulls onto anything that stole bailable that might be cheap jp maury having the time of its life lending here and talking share taking share i mean you know what they're killing it in europe is shebang keeps cutting and cutting and cutting so most gotta take up the slack i think it's going to be the house of morgan or the bank as it's called new york i'm not kidding you when you hear the bank in manhattan it's not like take it to the bank it's the house jamie diamond bill what's driving the here sending the stock up more than two percent i think they're looking at what happens in the second half.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Welcome back to money good to see serve jim adulation on just one more great quarter i think people have to recognize as you can be a real estate investment trust and be at the mercy of the of the tenure thirty or or you can be involved with a company like yours which has strong secular trends that are back in that are not tied up to the ten year at all this right jim we have two big customer groups occupiers of commercial real estate who hires to provide various services and investors in commercial real estate occupiers outsourcing more and more services to companies like ours since i've come into the business investors have put five x five times the amount of capital into commercial real estate that they had previously and both of those client groups are consolidating the number service providers they use around the world with the biggest name the biggest customer base that's been a real real positive for us and if people worried about inflation what is there a better hedge than being commercial real estate will commercial real estate is a good hedge but what's really helping our investors as secular trends and our longterm growth we're now eight years in two double digit earnings growth amazing and we've said that we expect to grow those earnings double digit again this year now one of the things that i thought was outstanding was that you cited both germany engine pan as strong germany get stronger economy but there's always this us to pants doing well we've had a long term really positive run in japan and across asia we've now we conserve our clients around the world better than we ever could before we're more connected that means japan that means india that means china and then we've added a lot of talent and upgraded our leadership teams in those markets we've had a strong run across asia for the last several years cinci and someone asks on that on the call that if you recruit that is the solution for.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Cbc or tweet me at jim cramer okay you take one part greater 'nother part tremendous skepticism you add in low inflation and you end up with the dow gaining one hundred and ninety seven points yes point nine four percent and the nasdaq advancing point eight nine percent it's a rally that's entertained it's a stodgy it's it's a stodgy everybody stanching everyone who believe we're headed for the worst of all possible worlds instead the world's collided and now the bulls are back in the driver seat what's driving this rebel it all started with three days in tech the stock market equivalent of three days in may i'm talking about april twenty fifth april twenty six and then me i why those days there win facebook amazon and apple reported and everything began to turn around let's at the tech had been taken a beating right remember it'd been taken a beating for more than a month going into facebook's quarter and the beating senator around these three names are remember how bad it was because i took a vacation right before earning season and i was singing to myself the song doray me from santa music civically i was singing far along way to run being facebook apple amazon the run being the gauntlet of earnings at the market and then go through.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Cbc or tweet me at jim cramer what's it sure far away to send your stock soaring higher even unremarkable day where the dell dip three nine points p inched up twenty percent nasdaq his point one percent put you tell the world that you're investing in technology to make your business more efficient that's how just look at the stock of home depot which announced this morning that it's hiring one thousand technical professionals as part of its eleven billion dollars for teaching investment plan and was warded with a nearly three percent rally or four dollars ninety seven cynics argue that this is just a press release by publicity hungry hardware chain and it's near five point runners from dick yetlis wong home depot's employees away from its competition staying ahead of even amazon thanks to its homegrown technology effort run by chief investment officer never heard should've name that carry that marries engineers with product managers and sales people who understand the customer experience as more benny ceo salesforce dot com and a home depot supplier told me and i quote mac carey is a legend information technology he has personally transformed home give goal many of the most significant digital transformation customer innovations in the retail industry end quote so why does home depot spent so much on tech why does kerry have battles in the brains to recruit the best coders why do they hire hundreds of tech professionals right out of school or train their technologically inclined employees in its wealth week bootcamp go listen to the company's latest jimmy age podcast and you'll know why because these days if you think.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Thank you jim is a great pleasure for me to be here today very excited to tell your viewers about success so was founded to serve very big purpose in the marketplace today as you read every day in the in the media all these breaches happened enterprises and government agencies having a very difficult time secure in their it for searcher the primary reason for that is because their security defense is designed around the perimeter being built around their infrastructure and that simply doesn't work today the vast majority of those enterprises and government agencies have today what is called a hybrid infrastructure right in other words part of their workload is in their own data centers the other part is inequality issue facility the other part is in private cloud they use multiple public cloud like aws zora's center further complicate matters users accessing the infrastructure from anywhere from an airplane from star ball from home right so having perimeter does not work anymore because worries the perimeter the perimeter doesn't exist anymore right so what can you offer that is more sophisticated than any other cyber security comey's that we know that protect that so what happens today known it for you to do to have the you have to do it through software to do what is called a software defined perimeter around that infrastructure what six tara has we have a number of services to help you accomplish that we're very big believers in the physical data center and we believe that robust cyber security defense really starts with physical security at the end of the day that cloud is not up in the sky the cloud is in.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Thank you jim is a great pleasure for me to be here today very excited to tell your viewers about success so was founded to serve very big purpose in the marketplace today as you read every day in the in the media all these breaches happened enterprises and government agencies having a very difficult time secure in their it for searcher the primary reason for that is because their security defense is designed around the perimeter being built around their infrastructure and that simply doesn't work today the vast majority of those enterprises and government agencies have today what is called a hybrid infrastructure right in other words part of their workload is in their own data centers the other part is inequality issue facility the other part is in private cloud they use multiple public cloud like aws zora's center further complicate matters users accessing the infrastructure from anywhere from an airplane from star ball from home right so having perimeter does not work anymore because worries the perimeter the perimeter doesn't exist anymore right so what can you offer that is more sophisticated than any other cyber security comey's that we know that protect that so what happens today known it for you to do to have the you have to do it through software to do what is called a software defined perimeter around that infrastructure what six tara has we have a number of services to help you accomplish that we're very big believers in the physical data center and we believe that robust cyber security defense really starts with physical security at the end of the day that cloud is not up in the sky the cloud is in.

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"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Why mission simple to make you money i'm here to level the playing field all investors there's always work at summer and i promised to help you find mad money starts now krim welcome money kramer of wanna make friends i'm just trying to save you some money my job is just entertainment educate and teach you call one eight hundred seventy three cc tweet at jim cramer or daily today with dow tumble spirit thirty six points as plunges point four two percent nasdaq plummets two point two one percent almost everything in this market has become controversial every stop but before i get into controversy let me just say that this market remains very elevated versus where it was a year ago so it's perfectly legit for us to sell off a couple of percents points without thinking of some sort in new going into the five hundred still up for the month of march in that we've been down for four times and five sessions it's perfectly reasonable to give up that march game it's rational beat have some selling let's be sure something yes and pete is still up a percent and a half for the nasdaq still in rally up six point four percent to listen to the people today you would think that the market's down we go from here what was just kind of say too easy to make money too many sectors to a new year where things are a lot more challenging so you aren't going to find many willing to step up to the plate on a day like today they're much more likely to walk away from the market entirely which is exactly what happened you know i think it's a mistake to panic.

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"jim" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

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