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"kaisha" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown

"As you know philosophy will ranges meeting after the fire and his wife Evelyn Correction. You asked me to fuck and attend. I agreed fair enough. Now we'll call it sit down because of the inclement negative implications. Let's think of it as a meeting of minds. Yes welcome my friends to a cut to black a sopranos meeting of minds. My name is Jim Scam. Paulie I've seen every episode of the Sopranos. My Name is Jacob Burroughs Varos and I've seen seventy seven episodes of the sopranos the most recent being the season Finn. Now now. It's just a middle of the season episode. That happens to mark the split between seasons six six yes indeed at episode twelve year of Season Six. But who put this thing together Jim Yeah. This episode was She just had it or the hearing it was written by Terence Winter David Chase in Matthew wigner and it was directed by longtime director. Alan Taylor I will say I want to say up jump is that I do not like this episode interesting interesting. Yeah I I. I liked the episode but as a season finale. It's kind of different but also it isn't the season finale. Yeah and I think that's what's is in my head is I can't not think of it as I mean they describe it as a midseason finale and I just can't think of it that way like even though. Oh you know. We live in the days now. The Sopranos has done. I could sit and watch it straight through for a week or whatever if I wanted to but I can't help like like since we're doing this discussion doing podcast and we do break it up as we watch them. I can't help but think about it that way. Because this Air June fourth the two thousand six I think it was like another year. Roughly till the next Sopranos episode. And maybe I'm just thinking about what I initially watched it because I completely really forgot this episode and then Oh yeah this is why because it does make sense as just a regular I mean. It's the Sopranos episode. It feels like one of those sopranos episodes. That all right you know. Hey that's no harm. No foul we got another one coming up We're in the middle of the season. It's setting some stuff but I don't know I mean. The next episode has aired April eight thousand seven so not quite a year but close to it And I just. I can't can't disconnect that in my head and I can't not judge it that way because People WanNa talk about the episode Christopher as being the worst episode of the Sopranos. That's the Columbus one. But Yeah I don't know I put this close to it in my opinion if not maybe not maybe maybe even not. I'm not saying this is the worst episode of the Spanish us because even and even if I was the worst of the broncos still great episode of television but I feel this is one of the worst episodes Sopranos. Am I wrong am I crazy. Tell me I'm crazy. Well I think you're crazy but is that just because of that inability to separate being a season finale or is it just you just plain don't like the content of the episode. I guess it's a little of both because it feels very meandering and I know Sopranos is like data lot. And they're pushing the I mean and Sopranos is about it's got all all the makings of a Sopranos Varsity athlete in this episode. Because you gotTa Classic anti-climax With New York and fill But then at the same time they're brewing something else with this new guy. We're seeing What's his name butch where it's like? Oh well he's the new dangerous guy like he's the new phil kind of because if like at least for how we re left here with this episode we think maybe Phil might be a little different next time we see him. We've got a lot of change Jim. Don't change and AJ defender but we got a lot of AJ here. And I don't know it's not. Rub Me the right way. Having we got a thing that's been going on that we haven't seen which I don't mind with Chris and Juliana Eliana like a thing. That's been happening that we haven't seen but it has been going on It also has a weird like I guess going back to the stylistic thing that you didn't liketh veto a few episodes ago we've got this overlay extended sequence that. I did not like get all Jim. They're doing drugs. That means you need to put where it effects on it. Yeah so I don't know maybe I'm being too hard on again because then and then again like the Cherry on top OP is. I'm looking at it as a finale so I don't know it's still get some stuff. There's some there's some meat there but I mean even the soprano sessions book when I'm reading it. They're like wow yeah. This is kind of really rough guys. Well that's interesting. I personally only. I felt just kind of in the way that the anticlimax and other parts of it it had the makings of Sopranos Finale. Like I was actually getting some some finale vibes in it. But it's also not like a great finale necessarily but in the way that usually in the penultimate episodes some shit it goes down and you think like you know it's going to be a big thing and then the last episode. It's not bad at all. It's something different that's very classic. We should also also mentioned. I know we. We have mentioned before when he did pass away but the episode is direct dedicated to John Patterson who has directed every season and finale for the first five seasons and he he passed away after the fifth season. So I I'm not saying we're losing the magic touch with him not being there but like obviously he. We've been pretty positive on every season finale previously and this is hampered not only by being not an actual season finale and all the factors you mentioned but also it's like it's a weird position for any episode to be in because it's like it's finale but it's also building momentum for the end Lindland Mike we after this may only have nine episodes left so that wouldn't even technically be a full season any way. So if you do enough if you do too big of a finale here is I'm GonNa take away from the final finale. There's all these considerations but all in all I didn't Dislike it the way he did it all. Yeah yeah and I know like it's it's Ah it's even like I said even pointing out flaws and saying I disliked it's still an episode of Sopranos. It still it still topped TV. So I don't WanNa get that twisted I I you know I like. It's not like I would ever be like fuck this or something. It's just you know comparing it. The Sopranos not comparing it to other. TV shows you know what I mean And get yeah and and I like going back because I mean you kind of mentioned before we started recording like asking talking about the decision to split the season which it is interesting that then they did it like with breaking bad and like other shows do a similar thing where they do the split season. There's like different reports now in the David Chase Interview in the soprano session. He completely says that he looks at season. Sixty seven that's what he says and that HBO Did it as a split season. Six say season six B because then they would have to renegotiate contracts for a new season and people would have to people would have had to have been paid more basically so as more of a business decision decision and in his mind he completely looks at it. As a DEF- different season. I think as we watch it. I don't know if I fully will believe that as they play out it it probably will feel like more of a single season because there are other reports online. All of these are just people on read it so who knows well. Who Do we even chaser? People on ready yet to be fair. Chase does Kinda like like to lie. It feels like yeah people on it so is that you know because people are saying. That was an originally planned season six. It'd be one final season but as the writing progressed chase found he had an abundance of material and ask for an extension of more episodes. Hbo Approved in the decision was made to defy the defied it and presented as such with chase taking extra time to plot out And film the exact road to the end so like I feel like there's some truth to that because you know like if you look at these release states and how the show played out there's long breaks before again that's another. That's another trend. Sopranos kind of started where they just take long breaks between seasons. So I I could totally up your right. Yeah microphone took a shit about a run for back. I'm so alive all right. Yeah yeah that's an effective way to shut you up Jim. Yeah yeah now. I think there's truth to both of those. Yeah you can still see them as separate seasons but that makes total sense even just imagining. Imagine right like imagine writing the last season of the sopranos like looking around in the writer's room going like we got to end this thing Yeah thirteen episodes and then thrown thrown out all these ideas and you probably got way too much meandering. And this and that and anti-climax us and like are you ever going to like everything you try to writes almost all the time ends up being longer than you want it to be so it makes perfect sense that sort of process as well and then adding this in so I guess I see it but I also see your point of how how this episode could have suffered from it. I'm shall we start going through the beats of the episode. Well I want to point out one thing again. This is all conjecture. I didn't 'cause I just I just saw this before. We started recording. Some sure this is a lot of gossip and I'll have to research this further or listeners. Out there if you kind of know more details if this this is complete bullshit or if there's true to this just emails it shows what you know show gmail.com because one guy says I forget which season but one of them was delayed aide by nearly a year hold on one second One of them was delayed by nearly a year to Gandolfini mental issues. He disappeared disappeared for weeks and Or something and he staggered into a random New York City barbershop and called the production office speaking gibberish. And they sent some people go get him and he was all messed up in the head and then the response to that is I believe that was season six eight. That was delayed for this reason..

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"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If you're in Berlin. We've Matt Miller let's have a look at the data. We do that every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg the stock market actually looking more positive than it did just half an hour ago. So the stock six hundred now by one tenth of a percent, the Footsie-100 similar the can't care on up around four tenths of a percent. As is the Xetra. Dax so a little bit more, positively in the European equity space the ibex getting the best gains this morning up seven tenths of a percent. The Asia session was broadly, positive despite concerns around trade and things that Trump was saying around tariffs on Chinese imports at we saw some oscillation in US futures through the session based on some conflicting reports we got out of China as to what we can expect from the g twenty on Friday, but US reaches then were down then then down again now they up again by around one or two tenths of a percent on US. Features. That's the major indexes in the United States. Quick check on the bond markets. The yield on the US tenure three zero six. Oh, no major moves in either direction in the last couple of days there. The oil price down around eight tenths of a percent. Fifty one Twenty-one is where we trade so still about the fifty one dollars a barrel. Mark we've seen in currency markets, the dollar strength paring back a little over the last half hour. So we'll by one tenth of a percent on the dollar index at ninety seven as the handle their the pound is a little weaker against the US dollar. But not by as much as it was still down half a percent, one twenty seven sixty one the euro fairly fast against the dollar now at one thirteen twenty two that's a look at the data this hour. Excellent. All right now. Kaisha Bank has raised his profitability targets for the next three years. Spain's economy continues to grow and the prospect of higher interest rates promises to lift Bank earnings. The new targets highlight how Spain's banks are benefiting from economic growth. That's the fastest among the major euro region countries. Earlier chairman, George. Guell told us exclusively that lender will be more aggressive on cost cutting to let's listen in the I think that we will be if neither more aggressive what we're doing something very important transforming our branch network branch network has been critical over the years. Customers are still value proximity. Even though we also leaders in the digital domain. So there is a for us distracted. She is in urban centers to have new branches we will develop our store branches up to a number of six hundred we will maintain our presence in the countryside. And we will specialize our branch network that I think will help maintain costs under control. Jordan. What's your view of the Spanish economy right now? What's your view of the European economy? You're in such a unique position as chairman of Kaisha Bank. And the markets are concerned things are slowing down. Well, the Spanish economy has done and the Portuguese economy, by the way, which is also a matter of focus for us. They both have long very well over the last few years growing above the average of the zone, we expect this to continue to be the case for the next three years. It is through that Europe is entering mature face of the economic cycle and you just through Paul for Spain and Portugal and for the Hollywood zone, but we expect that this will be a soft landing going forward. Don't we have a fantastic story on the Bloomberg today? Talking about Draghi's, whatever it takes moment. And he did whatever it takes and it worked so in that sense. Everything's good. But there is so much that he had to do. It's not clear whether he can get back to normal. Do you think that the easy began by the end of Mario Draghi's term get back to normal get off QE and start to raise rates again. I think that Europe is doing the monetary policy in Europe is very well driven by Mr Draghi. We are somehow a couple of years behind the United States. And that's the way it should be. The United States is very much in the way of normalization Europe will be there by the end of next year or two thousand twenty and rage will Astara gradually increasing the market is dissipating. This is in fact, the benchmark scenario that we have used in planning for our strategic plan for the next few years, a very moderate goals interest rates and very moderate growth of business volumes. But our Bank is very active insurance. If is very diversified financial institution. And that's why even in the last few years, we have been able to grow our revenues, despite the fact that we hadn't even negative rates. And that was the Kaisha Bank chairman Geordie gua- talking with and myself earlier today now for the latest in Gable news his bags, Markus Karlsson. That's very much indeed on those on again off again tariffs that President Donald Trump has been threatening to tack onto his previous levies against Chinese goods are apparently own again. Bloomberg's Bob moon reports compass gone back and forth, whether to impose the edit round of tariffs. And now he says he's likely to push forward with the two hundred sixty seven billion dollars worth of duties, which would mean all remaining imports from the nation, the carrot. That's unless negotiations with China's leaders pink produce producer trade deal, the stick it needs to happen before he and his Chinese counterpart meet with the group of twenty meeting in Argentina starting at the end of this week the rate he says could be either ten or twenty five percent and Apple's iphones laptops, from China. Could be hit the president telling the Wall Street Journal Americans could very easily handle the ten percent duty Bob moon. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. President Donald Trump also weighing in. On Brexit warning that a Brexit deal could jeopardize the UK's ability to strike a trade pact with the US departing the White House for a campaign rally. Trump called Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement a great deal for the EU and urged the UK to reopen negotiations. With Brussels something both sides have declared that they would not do a growing number of rich Saudis are trying to move money out of the kingdom or drew up plans to leave according to Bloomberg sources from Dubai, here's Bloomberg's Matthew Morton with this report the trend which began after the arrest of dozens of Saudi billionaires who were accused of corruption by the government in November two thousand seventeen has intensified since the murder of dramatic Shoji last month, anxiety among local business tycoons is now spreading foreign investors. This threatens Saudi Arabia's vision of shifting the economy away from a reliance on oil fueled government spending to the private sector into by Matthew mountain, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And the British academic jailed in the United Arab Emirates for spying has returned to the UK. And thanks those for securing his release. Matthew hedges who says his ordeal was surreal arrived on a flight to London. The thirty one year old received a presidential pardon yesterday. Although the UAE still insists he worked for the six something. The UK denies global news twenty four hours a day on Aruna talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm carlson. This is Bloomberg Anna. Thanks very much Marquez. Now with the morning sport. Here's George alderman because don's beat Burnley won last night's three primarily wins in a right to victory means the now four points clear indication places manager Rafa Benitez, tell skies for sneeze is have to keep picking up points. At this stage of the fish, November December they will be crucial because the level of the team. So we have five of the top six in the first eight games. So it was very difficult. But this is a crucial because we have things that they are close to us. And then if you do well you can win kickoff. What was the light by half an hour of the referees? Assessor Eddie Wilson Heim clamps in the tunnel was taken to hospital in a conscious state. Manchester City will hate skill that place in the Champions League knockout stages tonight for the primarily leaders away to Leon would ensure they progress from that group mattress United manager Jason Marini says he's looking for a strong start from his players in this evening's Chaffee group game with young boys. Like the Old Trafford on the back of a goal is primarily draw with Crystal Palace. United States have struggled at home this season, the as relaxants speculates about why that might be when I am open to you. And when I tried to analyze things we do. And when I tried to honest with you. That always the eliminated. Criticize me because of that. So I think. Not to speak too, much less. Take on Southampton tonight for a place in the course of finals of the League Cup. The winner will go up against holders. Manchester City in the last.

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"kaisha" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Time to appropriately target their messages doing so using the tools of the platforms, but that doesn't always happen. Of course what those platforms can learn about us as useful for targeting as well. Many people don't like this while I admit, certainly there is some line that can be crossed. I don't think that line is at total anonymously. I don't mind people knowing I'm a male in my thirties living in Los Angeles if that helps you annoy me less by slightly targeting better. Let's do it. And there's an implicit information exchange here. I'm giving something up and getting something back. So spam ads got solved. By combination of these mechanisms and through feature engineering by gathering data of the content of the page. Now we should observe something novel about machine learning here. What we wanna know is if a user clicks on a certain add, are they going to be disappointed or feel trick or feel unsafe when they arrive at the ads destination URL, that's the label we'd like to predict in our data set. Okay. So what information does the user used to make up their mind? Well, whatever it is, it's on the page. The page tells the whole story on HTTP request contains the full data set. Yes, I agree. We're not going to build our features on HTML tags, nor do I necessarily think we have to go to the other extreme where we render that as an image of a page and we train a convoluted neural network, although that is a very viable approach, but certainly somewhere in between the right level of abstraction exists. The right level of feature engineering was done, and that problem was solved for the most part. So I don't the same tools that we. Used to filter out spam, false advertising and things like that. Why can't we just directly use those to detect fake news will sometimes you can in an earlier episode we heard from Kaisha and Mike Tamir who built independent projects attempting to use machine learning to classify fake news, very novel stuff. Did you guys check out their tools? Go back to the show notes for that episode look into it, but I think we already know their tools don't totally solve the problem. They're helpful..

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"kaisha" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on FT Politics

"You've been parliament's now full eight years, and you've turned not sems- at to a pretty safe conservative seat from being marched on now. So you've been focused on Brexit. You've mentioned domestic perform that you've talked a lot about housebuilding as well. What comes next? Once we've left the EU verse will. Didn't get any seat any longer can be viewed as safe. I think all seats basically knowledgeable. We sold that actually in last year general election, he's like, come to play. For example, that's right. Seats have been conservative almost as long as they existed, suddenly changing hands and you look at the Scottish result in both fifteen and in twenty seventeen with a large ton of ABC's unseats with outs neatly safe. So what's your, what's your secret? There isn't one. Whenever somebody thinks about the secret winning elections, they end up losing the next election say there's no secret all MP's have to do that job in that constituency, which is a very important in rewarding part of an MP's works that sometimes an MP intervention can a hell makes life much better and say constituency surgeries and so on are invaluable, but only broad of nuclear issues. Of course, the Cam Bishen has to be the Brexit is delivered properly and that we have left the your pin. Union thoroughly and completely win ought quite MRs May's speech from lengths to hubs Hof in and half out which that point something that she was against outing Kaisha get back to being against that. But once breaks it is delivered. The conservative party has to get on to domestic policy, which I think has lacked tension as you point out in your excellent piece few days ago in the financial times, the domestic policies being a bit left behind and the government has to think about what it's Jecht is an hair. I think the basic objective for any conservative government was set out by Benjamin Disraeli and it's about improving the condition of the people. He was accused of being the minister sewage when he was accused of that. He said, we'll have maybe right, but by doing that on saving people's lives, and he took it as a compliment round insult. And I think that's important that conservatives have to be very focused on doing things that help people lead lives. They want to lead. And have more successful and prosperous lives. I think the biggest challenge facing us at the moment is housing, housing market has problems. It's very expensive. Nobility has declined. We need to build no houses. We need to build houses that people won't draw them that architects think a good for them. And that means a difficult conversation with ams supporters about where we build on greenfields, and it's going to be primarily greenfield all the green belt, but that's going to be some element of greenbelt as well because normal greenbelt land is Arab, outstanding, natural beauty. Some of it's not very good quality land that was made greenbelt for a different purpose decades ago. That's quite an interesting point. It's your of conservative m p traditionally you would represent the pops the country that just don't want to build a toll. And I can remember when Mr. Cameron's government was trying to increase building that will lot of MP's. For this part of the world who very much against that. What's change? That strange. First of all, we go very clear commitment in the twins, ten election about how we would approach building. And I think it's always important that politicians stick to that election promises what has changed. I think partly the opposition to ten was to regional structures that again, pays building targets. I think it's better to allow these things to emerge in Tudor, actions. One is from local decision making and the other is from a change in the National League of you. I don't think the town and country planning act nineteen. Forty seven. The plan provide approach is a good one on..

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"kaisha" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So that's how to sort of thing. And then as Kaisha sort of got with Dylan Taryn, I would stop hitting light little maybe. Sometimes we go and get China in case she would go BIC and tower, and it's sort of hang BIC and we'd be liable cashiering Dylan. I'm not so sure on that. And that sort of of of you. And then she told me that she'd Neva. Yes, she wouldn't lie may want. She wanted one person to be straight with, and it was going to be me and is really the entire. Yeah, got on really well. And yet some of that gameplay was sort of I was sort of more of a. Long game sort of very, very like to the point of like a. Alif my move light really, really late, but luckily way down. Yeah. So what about some of the other relationships like ten, for example, we saw a lot of this highlighted in the edit, obviously, based on the result and it came down to what was your life with her early. Like fine. You know, we just. Yeah, we. Oh yeah. Those early days on cow which just amazing everyone was. It was obvious that there was, yeah, the invisible five. I was hoping something going on. The Dylan was just making himself Gitonga that it was a bit. Inconsequential that whole thing? Yeah. Josh. Taught. We hit two times of talking. I thought that maybe the might be some potential air in the future for us to sort of align once that five did sort of hefty. Tune on sell forty about, and I think it was even going to get to the stage with those guys met, and I hit a really yet. It was like under reported story mitten is alliance and friendship and just everything. And I now why? Because of the type stuff. A high sort of free shift and really fake during when you can compare it today. Pretty important. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, dead. But I just eat. It was like at the star also want they showing to the point where we mic, we goes to China and dies Lyle ho you aligned with and he's off Lisa and I really close and everyone on the podcasts and online and stuff. Oh, mitt line today. Are we really? Yeah. We might an agreement not to ride each other's name down on camera and they don't want it. But we did it off camera and they wanted us to reenact it on camera and it's a really hard thing to do to like slip away from eve, you, hey, men need to go and do something. That's annoying. It came refusing to go with. You go somewhere. We know unconfined you, so we just did it and that's why they didn't have the footage of us either Yemen I were very, we had a lot says we ally. Okay. We're in alliance with super tight, but we try not to hang out and we want make it to of, yes. But in this case it wasn't one of us trying to throw the other end of the best. It wasn't like when you like a primary school and you're like, heavy girlfriend, boyfriend and I don't want anyone to nar-. We were actually actually in a good ally, and we did really just want to keep it quiet. I bet they were really manage. Have that footage considering you voting that out was like the big move of this season, but unfortunate, try to make the new about the invisible by. Did you ever think of working with Dylan tak- if they could have got something together somehow, maybe with Matt, for example, was that everyone over that. Oh, without the dead? Yeah, I never had because. They would just two of Dylan acacia..

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"kaisha" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I wanted to go down the road of this analogy, but anyway. Now I use can dean smoke, and I feel passionately that can dean smoke and chocolate cake and because it survive. Are you talking to my thing? That's the dumbest thing that the who'd, but they probably not going to say you're an idiot, contains milk is for loses milk. Oh, the way like he's, you just don't want to get anyone else side so that Poussin can be saying, oh yeah, neither thought of doing that way. When I get home, I'm going to bake a chocolate cut using condense smoke right plan, and they could just really be thinking this idiot, what a dumb way to make a chocolate cake, but then Neva sign anything. I know the saints like such a nothing thing, but forty days of Neva being able to know the real reason that anyone saying anything at all. I s I hang. Or saw drop someone's handing someone something, you drop it and you let, oh sorry, and they'll no worries Kia. They might really, really care, but because they not gonna site it, they're not going to say, oh, why don't you drop that? You hit? And it's just the like in teach in you have of not being able to really hundred percent trust anything from anyone for all that time. Yeah. Even when you think you having let you must have out like emit may in Tara mean in we hit some real sort of conversations and moments like room of closeness and until it so love you just not really sure what is real. Yeah, this one of the hottest things about the whole thing, I think. And then you find out two of them were friends from high school. But Tara. Obviously, that was really he relationship. Did you do that style off the bat that that closeness between? Yeah. Then the first couple of days I can't remember exactly shakeout to, and she was like. I really like you. I wanna you know, sort of trust you and o.'neil ally. And I was like, whoa, this is amazing. And the way that Tara the way the tower of Mesa started actually was Mehtar and Kaisha used to go off and get changed by, we know time to like go to bead, we'll get into togue. So what did we just go off to like a little out of the island and do it. And the, I think Keisha probably started talking about strategy while we'd be doing that, and she'd be like, hey, what do you think about what a te- scape from the app store? What about this? What about that? And so the sort of strategy conversation with the three of us started and I'd never really like was gave too much into it because I didn't want it to come back and buy me come make a button me on the BIC is diocese my like saying that I've picked up from survive in Zeeland because I've even hit the phrase, but someone in the bag. Pretty sure. The, but the Dave might be role on that. It's just like, oh, I just love it. Like bite you in the back, but I'm anyway, I didn't want to come about me in the back, so I didn't really give too much, but anyway. Yes..

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"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Investors we liked that kind of spread going well and you like some of the other banks that I don't wanna see troubled banks but in. Troubled regions for example you like Spanish banks you're talking to me about Kaisha, this morning yeah yes kasha Eighty-one now eighty one is a market is is the riskier end of buying financial stocks for sure and, it's, something we've been really nervous about it and haven't been. Very, invested in but one or. Two that we really like Kelly. Shebeens in that field it's been improving its balance sheet it's NPL's are being cutting Dane and it feels like the Spanish Lloyd's it's a domestic Bank that's in a safe pair Hans it's a great investment banker and Ford just the Barclay looking at your fund the data's the end of June so might. Be, a bit old HSBC Yeah Oakley's still. Take you know what we've been. Planning financial gain is it's, easing off though if you look at, the amount of things as a, whole in the fund starting to come dine partly because all the banks are being buying backfiring debt. Leaving us with little of it right there actually and that's going to continue and it's naturally taking of those positions but I, to do anything part. From buying, the prophets for the. Clients has been great I want to get. Into, a. Second if you're looking for a train wreck Turkish debt has gotten crushed over the past few weeks and, months but it doesn't look like anyone's really ready to go in there yet and, start trying to catch these falling knives Turkey so difficult to get right, even if you did like the. Yields and the big yields coming, off Turkey bones wha what you do. About the currency the cost the hedging that's really expensive. And today with an interest rate decision. Which feels it's already baked at one, hundred bases they don't do a. Hundred talk to me about market outcomes Carnage Currency What we find thirty percent this year already in the Turkish lira it could easily be another twenty percent, of I think is an immediate hit before things settle. Down but do you know what Dilan he's taken control of the central Bank it doesn't. Feel he's he's he's really Really gonna miss. A beat here and not, do it It needs to happen he's got his new team he's going to. Allow them right, to to raise one hundred basis points the question is does he start to? Allow his, economic? Policy to normalize now or does he I mean why why? Would you drive yourself into further inflation into hyper flation. I don't. Get why that would be a good thing no agree an engineer expose a lot of it's going to be about the language that we hire from one post the rate hike If? That, language, is along. The lines of the. Central Bank is independent in. Inverted commerce they need to raise rates but I don't think they should. And he starts, putting pressure on them to stop putting rates up that could be as much? Of a, signal? For the market is not doing it the backdrop of trade? Trump tweets so much going on how do you bring. It all. And mambas skit and make sense of it and how does that affect does it offer you -tunities yeah yeah it does It causes more volatility which in some ways as long as you go a clear on fundamental value for what you like whether. That's a Deutsche Bank college buying whether it's all BSO Barclays you've got to have really good sense of what's the right price to. Be getting in and volatility? Gives you a chance to? Get, that, done now Will trade by difference to growth yes but it could be a long run thing is certainly not a short run thing. And you know we've, been pushed I quite, wanting credit markets over the last few months there's there's more more opportunities around. The not seeing for longtime and some, of the things we'd, be, playing for ages financials stunt come off the oil's a great theme in debt markets for. The moment that still works really well EMT's a emerging. Thing But it, works right at, three eighty close to four hundred bucks European high yield. Which you could get quite nervous about growth rates sure but today looks better but European high yield is come a long, way, and it's starting to, be quite attractive for the.

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"kaisha" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Riders they also can listen to you live monday through friday eleven to noon you're doing a great work you have i have a lot more to say about you and i'm going to say that after i let you go cassini be staring me down in you know how that is when cheney be steered you down thank you so much we look forward to your shows we look forward to your commentaries and we're just going to look to see as i heard shane lee said if you're going to get that tenth job or nod or you going to stay at nine jobs herman cane thank you so much melodic art it was my pleasure thank you and cheney be always looking at me he's like okay i said you could have two minutes with hurrying feign every ten minutes you're going over our shiny be or i'm i'm out of it so herman cane ladies and gentlemen he reminds me of my father and my father came from i and i say this and we came from really nothing he was born in the south and as a lot of african americans his family migrated to philadelphia my father was born and raised the reverend john massey jr born and while he was born in the south raised in philadelphia he was a high school dropout functional lee illiterate until he met my mother who came from one of those sophisticated families and i'm telling you this because people always in the african expecially it's black history month they look at me like i am crazy because i'm not a democrat because do you know the little dirty secret in the african american community born black your technically supposed to be a democrat i don't know where that started because traditionally back in the days of booker t washington and back in the days of the republican party african americans were republicans for the most part it was the republican party that that helped african americans we're going to talk a little bit about that because it in treats people it actually intrigues me that i'm like an outcast in the african american community because i'm considered a conservative or i'm not a democrat i did not vote for president barack hussein obama i'll tell you why as we wrap up about black history month you're listening to the malania kaisha were live on news 955 and am.

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"kaisha" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Quote hollywood's stars stormed the carpet the red carpet to make a statement against sexual harassment other headlines i saw hollywood making a stand against over sexualization of women and so i turned on my the the internet to watch something live and because they were about to interview one of the stars and lo and behold ma'am sir what did i see there was in hollywood actress who had every part of her body hanging out her boobs were out there screaming watch me look at me here i am everything that was supposed to be private on this hollywood actress was it in our face as she was talking about the over sexualization of what's going on in hollywood and we're bringing awareness i'm like no man sweetheart you're not bring awareness to anything other than your boobs right now okay and then i started watching the other hollywood actors and actresses and all of a sudden now it blows my mind it blows my mind that hollywood as now suddenly stepped up to be the standard bearer for sexual harassment a hollywood has its place hollywood is there to entertain and to to create movies and a lot of the wire lot of the movies rated r while out of the movies rated r because they're sexually immoral or they're they're they're profane or you've got to be very very careful it's not a family movie and so now hollywood is stepping up and i'm trying to understand this thing one of the things that i'm trying to understand about it is where were you man and sir when bill cosby came out and he came out that allegedly he was drugging up women and and bill cosby and then they snatched the cosby show off of the air as if doctor heathcliff houck's the ball did something it was the most wholesome african american show of my era that i knew so the bill cosby comes out nobody says a word you're listening to the monte kaisha over live and local on news 955 and am 750 wsb four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred w sb talk.

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"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The news that you need to start your day so let's close save now to hong kong richard mcauley is standing by to take us through the day at newsletter kicking things off very good morning you talking about catalonia there have been calls for the public to remove their savings foam banks including kaisha bank and sabbath dial essentially to try to to protest the fact that these banks have moved their headquarters out of catalonia tell us more but you have to come the cop national assembly this is a separate could come in group they've quote on it supported a pool her from several major lender in the region another did that okamitsu probably find her ann arbor that hutu of an out who they will leave pique griffey the thirteen thirdly the two of finally later drunken including calm market them on politics uh poker even by the autonomy that may be taken away from them warm greenberg emily markup more pointed out in a marker of who running into play daybreak it could be the point always trader stock really and the point with regional issue become binding kohl could quickly be european that program as well yes daily living quite specific about when that cooling base they're they're trying to get supposes to pull cash for an hour this friday mornings at eight am to nonanimal on friday morning that is that call at least there's also been esco jason though of both sides of this divides the gajic independence hasn't that mcgruther madrid doubling down on it to regain authority and the reason it finalizing plans to remove the economy uh currently and those pounder gonna be essentially rubberstamped tomorrow once crime in a thorough returns from meeting in brussels on the other hand catalonian great and now working on how to stage a unilateral with that cooler declaration of independence but we hope from one party the top decision could be made today dave one oakland pulled out that there's an would be a commitment to break away in as soon as a couple of weeks ago yeah okay so it is coming soon we're told me well the us budget resolution breakit town for us the senate adopted this resolution at let's just go back there about the price as the timeframe what does it mean for for potential tax a full good point i think it it benefits colombian broken down incredible happened in.

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"kaisha" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"But mr a high hopes the weight of spanish little will now serve to divide catalonia's proindependence parties which range from the moderates to the radical and weaken their resolve kuchler adler in a separate development one of spain's biggest banks of a day has decided to move its legal base out of catalonia where it's been based since it was founded in 18 ate one because of fears about a declaration of independence the bank's board met on thursday afternoon to discuss the issue more from our europe regional editor danny eberhard along with other banks sabadell has had contingency plans in place about catalan independence for a while now is decided to implement at least part of them it's moving in space to alicante to ensure that come what may it will have access to spanish and european funds another lender kaisha bank is to consider a similar move on friday the reuters news agency says sources have told us that the spanish government is planning to issue a decree on friday that would make it easier for companies to move out of catalonia danny ever hard in a rare move the powerful lobby group in the united states the national rifle association has backed calls to regulate devices that can turn guns in two automatic weapons following the las vegas attack bumps stocks were the accessories used by the gunman steven paddock fifty eight people were killed at a country music festival on sunday the most senior republican in the us congress paul ryan has indicated that he may be willing to consider some forms of gun control from washington here's the bryant republicans on capitol hill some conservative democrats to have long opposed changes to america's gun laws even to some of the most shocking multiple shootings such as the power of the gun lobby and especially the national rifle association the nra the cools for new restrictions have been blocked in congress even when they propose banning individuals on tara nofly list from buying guns but the nra has now issued a statement saying that water cool bump stocks should be subject to additional regulation.

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"kaisha" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello i'm julie kanter with the bbc news the powerful lobbying group in the united states the national rifle association as backed calls to regulate devices that can turn guns into automatic weapons steven pantic who killed fifty eight people in las vegas on sunday use twats notice of thumped stalked to modify some of his firearms the white house has said it welcomes such a conversation from washington his nick bryant the nra has issued a statement saying that water cool bumped stalked should be subject to additional regulations these leaks cesaris authorized by the obama administration the term semi automatic weapons into of firearms capable of long bursts of gunfire earlier on the republican house speaker paul ryan added his voice to other senior figures in his party goalie for new laws regulating bump stoked to be examined for republicans it's a politically astute move the conveys the impression that congress is doing something a response to the biggest match shooting involved in american history and also for stools demands for more stringent restrictions reports from washington say president trump is planning to decertify the international nuclear deal with iran according to the washington post mr trump will say the deal is not in the us national interest one of spain's biggest banks sabbath day leads to move its legal base out of catalonia amid political uncertainty over whether the region what declare independence than he had the hunt reports along with other banks sabadell has had contingency plans in place about catalan independence for awhile now is decided to in clements at least part of them it's moving it space to alicante to ensure that come what may it will have access to spanish and european funds another lender kaisha bank is to consider a similar move on friday the reuters news agency says sources of told us that the spanish government is planning to issue a decree on friday the would make it easier for companies to move out of catalonia on thursday spain's constitutional court suspended a session of catalonia's parliament sheduled for monday amid fears it could very to declare independence at least four toddler a teacher have been killed in brazil after a security god started a fire at a childcare center some forty people have been taken to.

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"kaisha" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"It data is being created as we breathe as we live it is too harder battle to try to live without creating beta beat do live in a post privacy economy that's the inquiry coming up after the news this is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan izoard spain's constitutional court has provisionally suspended the session of catalonia's parliament sheduled for monday amid fears that it could vote to declare independence the spanish prime minister matti on or a high has called on the catalan president to abandon attempts to split from spain from madrid james reynolds for reports spain's constitutional court's previously ruled that the catalan independence referendum was illegal now the same court has ordered the cancellation of the parliamentary session in which catalan independence is set to be declared the spanish national police must now enforce the courts old up but kinshasa lee setting up another confrontation with pro independence mps who make up a majority in the catalan parliament those mps ignored the court's first ruling and went ahead with the referendum they may now try to find ways of ignoring this the courts second rowley one of spain's biggest banks sabah daily yet has decided to move its legal base from catalonia the board made the decision in an extraordinary meeting called in light of the political uncertainty in the region a unilateral declaration of independence would leave catalonia outside the european european union and the euro zone danny eberhard reports sapard they'll has so far refused to officially confirm all deny the move that's believed to be because it is yet to get the approval of the regulatory authorities it's not the only bank to have been unnerved by the political crisis and other of catalonia's biggest lenders kaisha bank is understood to be considering a similar move if the region unilaterally declares independence they want to limit risk to shareholders it may give separatists pause for thought about having prepared for a highstakes gamble the.

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"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Functions underly are the hospital sir community i'm finally i think that this worry both on to say that to the independence of crippling ever peacefully the thamento through they for their couple in society on this punishment is low but these could kappen and i think that this out of the main polling stepped we are defending now we have the continent that little and we are befriending the prosperity of the cuts on on society minister you also have to unite and of course make the country krung closer together so how can you solve this is explained fra structure spending and financing enough to get catalonia back in the fold or is it too late for that well this is not a waste an of mediation of far rethree charcoal this is a question about to enforcing the law and the rule of law is very important come to sleep or functional communist thing but the level of europe and i think that now the goal of in the south of the of the limits so this one score solution accurately outside the law and they are the main reason of doubt this because you know the group of the cap on government that is calling the shots is that group that will be fun it's twenty the co a group with a lot of unluckiest links bonds on the other ones that are sitting here the of the couple and garvin this is why we explain through went along this sunken because south dakota realize that this happening that was the spanish economy minister luiz degree nervous at talking about the catalonians administration their legal according to him actions to try to have an independence vote and to continue down that path as francine let choir of bloomberg television and francine joins us now at thank you so much for joining us i would love to get your sense of weather in the spanish economy minister is expecting any reduction in growth in spain due to this increasing friction even if it doesn't result in ended independence at that region highly said what we talked a little bit about that and he said for the obama and he's not releasing foul at i also asked him whether some of the kaisha bank deposit holders or some of these sabbath down a deposit holders were concerned and whether he saw an outflow because of the concerns out there.

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"kaisha" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The friendly nipple the of the equivalent society that minister you also have to unites and of course make the country clem closer together so how can you solve this is extreme frustration spending and financing on us to get catalonia back in the fold or is it too late for that this is not wasted no from from afar repair h a cold this is a question about enforcing the law and the rule of law called consciously functional communist being but a little bit of europe and i think now the government this khodorkovsky upper limits so this one is constitution clearly outside the law and the main reason of this because you know the group of the other one government that is calling the shots is that group that will be sentenced twenty robbie cold a group with a load of i'm not case links bones on the other ones that are fifty agenda of the click on on garvin kentucky that this is three a swing through went along is something that thirty rod because that will realize that this copying that lays these spanish economy minister luiz degree notice talking about the catalonians administration their legal according to him actions to try to have an independence vote and to continue down that path this trend seen let choir of bloomberg television and francine joins us now at thank you so much for joining us i would love to get your sense of weather in the spanish economy minister is expecting any reduction in growth in spain due to this increasing friction even if it doesn't result in unintended pendants at that region highly said what we talked a little bit about that and he said for them and he's not releasing a fall at i also asked him whether asylum of kaisha bank deposit holders are some of these sabbath down deposit holders where concern and whether he saw an outflow because as de concerns out there and he says it's too early to say it's just a couple of days but he didn't really wanted to talk about it what he really told me over and over and over again he said was that there is not going to be an independence because he and the government say this was a legal it was very clear that that.

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"kaisha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan isoed one of catalonia's biggest banks sabadell his convening a board meeting to consider moving its headquarters in the event that the region unilaterally declared independence from spain another major lend kaisha bank has reportedly weighing up a similar move as growing financial concerned about the crisis from madrid his james reynolds politicians may relish uncertainty and brinkmanship but businesses and banks hated each so some of catalonia's financial institutions are considering contingency plans the sapard o'brien key is discussing moving its headquarters from barcelona two either madrid's all the southern spanish city of ali can take a move would allow it to continue to operate under current regulations and shield it from any uncertainty which may follow a unilateral catalan declaration of independence the iraqi prime minister to abbadi has declared that the town of how we judge has been recaptured from it islamic state group iraqi forces backed by us coalition air strikes and share militia allies launched the campaign to recapture the town two weeks ago it was one of the last evans stronghold silt still held by i asked in iraq and stra body made the announcement during a visit to paris and our sucky and as if bushfires today i can announce the good used to all the iraqis to the iraqi armed forces to all those who love peace and to our partners in the international coalition and those who've suffered from terrorism today the iraqi forces have liberated the city of how we judge which is located west of kirkuk in this regard what remains under isis control is only the buddhist trip along the border with syria with gained control over all terror in iraq the international committee of the red cross has expressed alarm at what it says is the worst level of violence in syria since the battle for a last year the icrc says the return to violence is once again bringing intolerable levels of suffering the organization says its staff of heard harrowing store or is a fleeing families being hit by as strikes while hundreds of thousands of lost access to health care after up to ten hospitals who put out of action in the past ten days meanwhile the latest reports say russian submarines of five cruise missiles at what moscow called militant targets the nobel prize for literature has been awarded.

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"kaisha" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"kaisha" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

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