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Fresh update on "sears" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

00:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sears" discussed on Rollye James

"Gram in New Jersey who's been waiting patiently for far too long what's up tonight Graham Yeah but it's always worth the wait Oh thank you You know it's funny because I started out wanting to talk about the tabloids but at the same time your other people talking about Sears stuff Yeah One of my Friends has a Sears cabin An old lady who lived in lacy township lived in this thing for quite a few years and my friend moves houses and moves buildings as well as lifting them and putting the pilings underneath and I said you have picture of a house that he was emailed at to your house that he was moving down the road off of Long Beach island over to his place and barred again He kind of collects houses Wow Yeah He does sell them you know eventually somebody comes in and says I really like that when he the one that I sent you a picture of was one that it was an old Cedar beach house that was moved off of the bay and over and I think surf setting and then it ended up in his place in barn again I'm looking for it now I want to see I just sent it to you like 5 minutes ago Let's see if we can okay well it hasn't come yet But I do want to see it put my first question is a guy moving houses and we're talking multiple houses Where does he put them He owns a farm So he just kind of plops him down on the farm I assume he doesn't build a foundation for each one of them No puts gripping underneath them Okay All right And then lots of wood And what percentage of for sale Well most of them I think he's planning on living it And he's going to set that up to live in and he has he has another one that he was going to set up as farm manager with and there was another one that they did That was basically he offered it to the guy who worked for him He said you find you find a piece of land to put it on and we'll break it there Wow You know sometimes they put them on barges And they move them across the bay that way There was somebody couldn't figure out what he was going to do with it after he put it on the barge and I remember this is going back about 30 years ago people were going by and throwing beer bottles at it Because it was sitting out in the middle of the bay and of prime fishing spot Yeah and then going back to Sears again my favorite thing to do every Sunday evening was just before close and to go back over to Sears and return all the sockets and stuff that I used to break every weekend Fixing things at my house And the manager didn't like me because I used to walk in with a little bag of broken sockets and I set them up on his desk and he was kept accusing me of abuse in them What And I said you have a lifetime guarantee And I expect them to be replaced No I didn't bother to tell them what size pipe I was putting on the points Well points Why would you Like that But one of the I guess it was about a year and a half ago they started shutting down all these Sears tire centers Yes And just before I guess it was right around the time when when COVID hit and one of my Friends bought all of the equipment out of a couple of the two or three CEO stores now the one in the cherry hill mall ironically they want to make that into a they were talking about making that ball stores nobody wants to rent it into an Amazon fulfillment center The cherry hills mall the Sears store at the cherry hill Well you know it's interesting That's such a weird area in general Across the street they had these like vacant condos I don't know what the hell went wrong with them They were vacant for over a decade Well there's people living in them now one of my friends lives in one of them as for quite a while What was wrong with them Why were they abandoned for so long Oh I have no idea Yeah I would drive by there and say huh this is a cherry hill they shouldn't be abandoned Yeah those big white buildings Yeah exactly Yeah they were they were kind of like in between 70 and 38 Yeah yeah going out of town all in a row on the right hand side of the street the mall was on the left hand side of the street I remember it very well and I always thought my God ghosts That's all I can do Yeah well there was a lot of places I mean even where I live it was all way way over built at the time everybody all in the case of where I live everybody expected Atlantic City to boom but nobody would want to live there They weren't half an hour away Or even in Margate yeah Yeah Well mark a mark 8 did pretty well The town that was just kind of weird was break into Oh God yes Because brigantine was always a nice town but the property values were way low for many many years and they only just went crazy I guess about probably about 1214 years ago brigantine was like the town the time forgot But believe me we were at we were at a friend's house at a barbecue it was as mom and dad's house And it's on the bay And we used to have a lot of fun there years and years ago but basically it was again the house the time forgot except for they put a small addition on they made the kitchen in an extra bedroom But the rest of the house was 1960s And a basically it's on a double lock on the water.

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Caller Says Virginia Needs to Act on Chapter 7 of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

00:52 sec | 5 d ago

Caller Says Virginia Needs to Act on Chapter 7 of 'American Marxism'

"Book especially chapter 7 Thank you because that's what we need to do in Virginia right now with the school boards all around the state Terry macaw is an ideologue fool I call him an idiological idiot fool because he can't even define critical race theory Oh no they're not teaching in schools Yet the teachers are bragging about it And look what's going on in loudon county Look what's going on in fairfax county That's going to be sweeping all across this state if we don't put a stop to it And by the way when some Sears what a candidate that was fantastic that you had her on Everybody needs to support her I think for sure she's going to be our next lieutenant governor but we can't let carry get another term as governor in this state He will destroy the state He will destroy the state He's lousy as they get

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Fresh update on "sears" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

01:11 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "sears" discussed on Rollye James

"Radio on Raleigh James and pat and Chicago last night on Monday night trivia requested that Marvin Gaye I heard it through the Grapevine Fine song Except it makes me hungry for raisins these days In any event if you were not listening to Monday night trivia last night don't forget to replays on Friday nights every Friday night from ten to one right here on WGN radio All right so we have trucker rich on the highways and byways Illinois or Indiana right now which is it Indiana All right So yeah I was going to call last week when you're talking about Sears in a Sears homes but tonight your last caller brought up reminded me And I remember those forest jobs we always thought we felt like Superman when we were in Miami Yeah Get your kid brother to stick his hand in area that way you could see his figures But yours and to see you You betcha I mean it could be hours of fun And you know what's interesting we're all here and we have our limbs Yeah And back then you could get a chemistry kit that came with Tiger counter and pieces of radioactive material Yes and with acute pod to get more And you know if you were an adult at the time that was the perfect gift to give to the kids of people you didn't like Yep I'm busy for hours Well that's right The parents went crazy but the only thing better was an ant farm Yeah Or yeah so if you didn't have them what I'd give my nephews and stuff was remote control cars and battery powered stuff and my sisters they all darned we don't have batteries all the next package would be like a year's supply of man Your siblings loved you Yes But your last caller mentioned she had no about the series homes Well the last towards the tail end of my military career as in the reserves as a combination engineer heavy equipment operator And they sent us to Rock Island because they had all just a whole bunch of those Sears homes they were used for post housing Yes And they were clearing them out Well they sold them for like a buck And gave the people like two months to get a move Some of it moved actually there was about 20 of them And they gave us the task to tear them down Well we went in there and I don't know what you call it I call it like railroad sighting Right You know it's like the redwood boards are like 5 inches wide Well these were full half inch thick and guys that were remodeling their homes and stuff They went in there and took the sighting off and the cabinets because the cabinets were made out of real wood And then when it came time to tear them down we're supposed to knock them down and hold the remains over a burn pile Well we hit almost two bulldozers side by side of just knocked them off the foundation But they wouldn't break We rolled them about a quarter of a mile or a half a mile over to the burn pile and they were still standing We rolled them back up on their foundations and it took we had to have we ended up with 6 bulldozers two on each side and two on the ends and we just kind of had to crush them that way They were built like the river the old brick outhouse no absolutely and you know a lot of them are still standing And the outside walls were two by 6s and the interior walls were two by fours where nowadays it's two by fours and one by two Right No it's amazing And you know it's interesting in the real estate stuff you will occasionally see in the ads This was a Sears home Now I know of the Magnolia models There's like 7 still standing including well there was one in Nebraska I don't know if it's still there But that was from the 1908 catalog But the bottom line is if you can find them sure you're going to have to update them No doubt about it Obviously they don't come with dishwashers in central air but you can update them And many of them you look at them and they're solid as a rock Yeah I mean there were made with real lumber You know I mean an exterior or two two by four exterior walls that are two by 6s You don't hear that anymore you know Right Well the average Sears kit home sold in a catalog had 25 tons of material shipped to you on a railroad boxcar over 30,000 parts And people did this And of course the other thing is they financed it Now I remember this very well because one of my big astonishments now is how horrible interest rates are if you're trying to save any money at all I never thought I'd see 1% But in like 1912 they were financing these homes at 7% interest Ouch Yeah Right And of course you know The Great Depression came after in 29 and that was it They didn't sell them again until 34 But they recovered And.

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Winsome Sears, Running for Lt. Governor of Virginia, Joins Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 5 d ago

Winsome Sears, Running for Lt. Governor of Virginia, Joins Mark Levin

"While we have a wonderful candidate who's running for lieutenant governor of Virginia and her name is winsome seers how are you ma'am I'm doing well Mark Thank you A good evening to you and to your listeners It is a great pleasure to have you here You're running for lieutenant governor of Virginia Tell us what you're running on Well from the very beginning Mark I've been running on education and apparently that was impressing a choice because that has become the number one issue in Virginia Folks I tell you if you don't realize now the school boards are important you know we used to just poo poo schoolboard elections No they are important They always have been because education is the future of our children And their children and their children's children education will pull you out of poverty education pull my father out of poverty me as well Now you're obviously a woman You're African American so I assume the liberal media have been very supportive of you like The Washington Post and the Richmond times and so forth is that correct You know I've been in this business long enough that I'm looking if I'm looking for adoration from the media I'm going to be looking for a long time No no no They don't like me You know why Because I'm destroying their narrative

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Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS

"In a game they had to win the Dodgers beat the giants seven to two sending this series to a deciding fifth game Dodgers skipper Dave Roberts can hardly wait as I understand all the Sears are done and so we're going to be the only show in town so if you have a poll Sir your sports fan you you better be watching Dodgers giants so it's gonna be a great one Mookie Betts and Will Smith each hit two run homers Walker Buehler pitching on three days rest allowed one run over for the third strong innings the Dodger bullpen recorded the last fourteen ounce also giving up just a single run the winner take all game five this Thursday in San Francisco mark Myers Los Angeles

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Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

"The Astros put together a fifteen one laugher against the Rangers as Jose Siri homered twice and added a two run single in his first big league start searing finish four for five with five RBIs while scoring three times for the AL west leaders Astros manager dusty Baker was impressed two home runs and five RBIs four hits on me that that is a right to remember you know for the rest your life Jordaan Alvarez hit a pair of four hundred foot homers and Alex Bregman added a two run Homer for Houston which also received two run doubles from Carlos Correa and Jose out Tuesday question hi there got the win in relief of Jaco Reyes he left with a sore right foot after covering first base in the second inning I'm Dave Ferrie

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Washington Reflects on 9/11 Attacks' Anniversary

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Washington Reflects on 9/11 Attacks' Anniversary

"A day before the nine eleven anniversary Washington is remembering and reflecting from the Pentagon to the justice and state departments twenty years after September eleven two thousand and one that day is forever seared into all of our memories it felt somehow deeply personal and I think it still does the pain for terror we each have our own nine eleven story for Dan army officer Matthew clean it was sitting in the Pentagon command center hearing President Bush issued orders I want you to find out who did this I want you to track them down and I want you to destroy them twenty years later general John hi the Pentagon's number two officer says the military did its job we kept our nation safe Sager made ninety Washington

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Ida Carves Path of Destruction Across Louisiana

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:52 min | Last month

Ida Carves Path of Destruction Across Louisiana

"The devastation from hurricane ida's becoming more apparent as the survey of damage continues. Entire communities are underwater and dangerous conditions are making rescue efforts. Much more difficult. This comes amid soaring temperatures in louisiana and across the gulf coast. Power lines remained down and could stay that way for days or weeks to come. We have a pair of reports from our teams on the ground we begin with. Nbc's miguel almaguer the race to rescue still unfolding in louisiana the beaten and battered stranded for days plucked from homes where the water is rising and hope was fading got rescued by chuck just now pregnant and desperate heather. Weepy finally escaped the floodwaters underwater. We would have drowned facing complex maze of submerged roads buckled highways and alligator infested waters which likely claimed one life search teams still can't reach the hardest hit communities in just this one area of jefferson parish not far outside of new orleans. They had about one hundred thirty five rescues in roughly a day. They've never seen water quite like this before. And if you want to go further you'll need a boat. The easiest ways into areas like grant. I'll in lafitte is through the air. They're only roads quickly. Turn to rivers. What happened in minutes could leave stranded trapped per day. It was unbelievable. Four feet of water just came rushing with the scope of destruction coming into focus. What's out of you is also devastating surrounded by water. More than half a million have none from their taps. Safe to drink. Lines for gas in supplies are leaving locals in searing heat for some the storm's aftermath more devastating than the

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Thousands Flee Another Lost American War

The Splendid Table

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Thousands Flee Another Lost American War

"Years after countless deaths and $2 trillion in spending, Afghanistan is back in the hands of the Taliban. Many people are remembering the fall of Saigon in 1975, but this week's rapid fall of Kabul has brought its own unforgettable images now seared into our memories. Okay. There was this girl. Yeah, you know that thousands of Afghans flooding into the Kabul airport desperate to flee. Gut wrenching scenes of crowds of people running alongside and clinging onto an American military plane as he gathered speed across the runway and that video that went viral of bodies falling off the plane and plummeting through the air seconds after it took off. This is how it ended. Mission in Afghanistan was never supposed to been nation building. It was never supposed to be created. A unified centralized democracy are only vital national interest in Afghanistan remains today. What has always been Preventing and a terrorist attack on American homeland. But when President George W. Bush ordered the invasion of Afghanistan, where the Taliban had been harboring Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda had a very different vision about the U. S mission in America, not only fights for our security But we fight for the values we hold dear. We strongly reject The Taliban way. We strongly reject their brutality toward women and Children. He promised the US would defeat the Taliban and help rebuild a stable and peaceful country. American or allies. What? We'll do our part in the rebuilding of Afghanistan. We learned our lessons from the past. We will not leave until the mission. It's complete. Some Afghans took that promise to heart.

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tom and sarah. They're later they're buying. They're buying hemp ropes. And jesus shirts. That's okay fine. The views thing is kind of heart warming. It's like most people are seeing like. Hey here's some some cool positive shirts and maybe some oil and why don't you help out. India unicef's there. You could give a little money to them while you're at it. Help out some some former green bay. Packers i i mean that is all bush better pictures humanities like like green bay packers alumni association. Okay i mean. I know there's a lot of packers fans out there but like from former players to kind of connect the world. It's just it's it's very green bay of them. I read this. And all i can think of was some far flung as mavi and foundation reality. Where for whatever reason my consciousness is resurrected brought before a council of historians. And they go. We'd like to ask you questions about the internet. And i go. Oh the you know the the defining technology in my lifetime that connected the world and brought us all together on levels so we can experience and feel together when we're lonely and they're like oh we thought it was just for green bay packers alumni. Five hours it's really all you guys did and it's like okay. It's also funny. That facebook is facebook is in the now where you know. It is blamed for so much sharing of not just misinformation but disinformation. And that's true that's true in a lot of cases face because not the only place that that happens but it's it's the biggest one arguably in the world and for facebook to be like hold on guys. Let's look at the numbers here. The things that are being seen on facebook predominantly are very harmless. You know you want to buy a t-shirt you know you wanna you wanna help out unicef. We're good we're good but it doesn't really doesn't really give facebook a whole lot of clough and the sense of this is a really a important and powerful social place to to do a lot of goodwill unicef stuff is an exception and the by helping out people with concussions and stuff like that. Well there you go. Yeah but it's it's it's it's kind of like here. Here are great examples of why you shouldn't blame us for the for the wrongs of the world. A kind of look at this like well. It's still a lot a lot of facebook mumbo jumbo yours. Here's the last thing. I'll say if we are going to steer it back into kind of a bit of a political controversy statement it does kind of undercut their argument for d platforming certain people because when they all really about putting sugar on your spaghetti in buying a shirts and oil and that's really what people are interacting with than it does undercut the idea that even the idea of misinformation quote unquote or dangerous. Ideas are dangerous. Thoughts are something that's getting out and really infecting the world. Mostly we're just looking to see whether or not i'm going to get a saved shirt from repin for christ feedback daily. Show dot com folks. Because i think what facebook is trying to say is no no no. There's people yelling loudly over in the corner right..

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tom and sarah. They're later they're buying. They're buying hemp ropes. And jesus shirts. That's okay fine. The views thing is kind of heart warming. It's like most people are seeing like. Hey here's some some cool positive shirts and maybe some oil and why don't you help out. India unicef's there. You could give a little money to them while you're at it. Help out some some former green bay. Packers i i mean that is all bush better pictures humanities like like green bay packers alumni association. I mean i know. There's a lot of packers fans out there but like from former players to kind of connect the world. It's just it's it's very green bay of them. I read this. And all i can think of was some far flung asimov ian foundation reality. Where for whatever reason. My consciousness is resurrected brought before a council of historians. And they go. We'd like to ask you questions about the internet. And i go. Oh the you know the the defining technology in my lifetime that connected the world and brought us all together on levels so we can experience and feel together when we're lonely and they're like oh we thought it was just for green bay packers alumni. Five hours it's really all you guys did and it's like okay. It's also funny. That facebook is facebook is in the now where you know. It is blamed for so much sharing of not just misinformation but disinformation. And that's that's true in a lot of cases face because not the only place that that happens but it's it's the biggest one arguably in the world and for facebook to be like hold on guys. Let's look at the numbers here. The things that are being seen on facebook predominantly are very harmless. You know you want to buy a t-shirt you know you wanna you wanna help out unicef. We're good we're good but it doesn't really doesn't really give facebook a whole lot of clough and the sense of this is a really a important and powerful social place to to do a lot of goodwill unicef stuff is an exception and the by helping out people with concussions and stuff like that. Well there you go. Yeah but it's it's it's it's kind of like here. Here are great examples of why you shouldn't blame us for the for the wrongs of the world. A kind of look at this like well. it's still a lotta lot of facebook mumbo jumbo. Here's here's the last thing. I'll say if we are going to steer it back into kind of a bit of a political controversy statement it does kind of undercut their argument for d platforming certain people because when they all really about putting sugar on your spaghetti in buying a shirts and oil and that's really what people are interacting with than it does undercut the idea that even the idea of misinformation quote unquote or dangerous. Ideas are dangerous. Thoughts are something that's getting out and really infecting the world. Mostly we're just looking to see whether or not i'm going to get a saved shirt from repin for christ feedback daily. Show dot com folks. Because i think what facebook is trying to say is no no no. There's people yelling loudly over in the corner right..

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And sarah. They're later they're buying. They're buying hemp ropes. And jesus shirts. That's okay fine. The views thing is kind of heart warming. It's like most people are seeing like. Hey here's some some cool positive shirts and maybe some oil and why don't you help out. India unicef's there. You could give a little money to them while you're at it. Help out some some former green bay. Packers i i mean that is all bush better pictures humanities like like green bay packers alumni association. Okay i mean. I know there's a lot of packers fans out there but like from former players to kind of connect the world. It's just it's it's very green bay of them. I read this. And all i can think of was some far flung asimov ian foundation reality. Where for whatever reason. My consciousness is resurrected brought before a council of historians. And they go. We'd like to ask you questions about the internet. And i go. Oh the you know the the defining technology in my lifetime that connected the world and brought us all together on levels so we can experience and feel together when we're lonely and they're like oh we thought it was just for green bay packers alumni. Five hours it's really all you guys did and it's like okay. It's also funny. That facebook is facebook is in the now where you know. It is blamed for so much sharing of not just misinformation but disinformation. And that's true that's true in a lot of cases face because not the only place that that happens but it's it's the biggest one arguably in the world and for facebook to be like hold on guys. Let's look at the numbers here. The things that are being seen on facebook predominantly are very harmless. You know you want to buy a t-shirt you know you wanna you wanna help out unicef. We're good we're good but it doesn't really doesn't really give facebook a whole lot of clough and the sense of this is a really a important and powerful social place to to do a lot of goodwill unicef stuff is an exception and the by helping out people with concussions and stuff like that. Well there you go. Yeah but it's it's it's it's kind of like here. Here are great examples of why you shouldn't blame us for the for the wrongs of the world. A kind of look at this like well. it's still a lotta lotta facebook mumbo jumbo. Here's the last thing. I'll say if we are going to steer it back into kind of a bit of a political controversy statement it does kind of undercut their argument for d platforming certain people because when they all really about putting sugar on your spaghetti in buying a shirts and oil and that's really what people are interacting with than it does undercut the idea that even the idea of misinformation quote unquote or dangerous. Ideas are dangerous. Thoughts are something that's getting out and really infecting the world. Mostly we're just looking to see whether or not i'm going to get a saved shirt from repin for christ feedback daily. Show dot com folks. Because i think what facebook is trying to say is no no no. There's people yelling loudly over in the corner right..

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

06:35 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Have some extreme fans. I'm not gonna lie. They do brother one of them into the future. Health of david shimura maybe number two interests you. Seven hundred and twenty one point one million views for the pure hemp shop which. I'm pretty sure just for rope. Sixty two point. Seven million views for india. Kobe response page number four's by an incredible recipes and then of course number five. You know you'll love it. Everybody say with me repin for christ peril ways to help people people who used to play football a couple for different types of consumables and christian clothing with words like witness and former addict not exactly the cesspool near usually expecting. So why does data from facebook's own crowd tangled tool show pundits like ben shapiro and damn benino having the most engagement. Well it's because they do have the most engagement but we're looking at things and measuring them in different ways. Views versus interactions or as. It's explained by facebook's vice-president of integrity by the way. I have just named myself. Daily take new shows vice-president of but facebook's accompanying position guy rosen said quote crowd tangle only has a limited set of certain pages and groups. We are creating a report that provides a broad view. End quote okay but that earlier list was links if most post have links what are the top post number one. The first three words you see are your reality. Got i now that one number. I'm old but i look young challenge and need i go on. The cars number three was made private number five. Had to do with putting sugar on spaghetti. Nevertheless these are not interactions like shares likes and comments a better indicator of what's happening or is that a better indicator of what's happening then having something scroll by in your newsfeed even if it's statistically in the most people's news feeds facebook director of product management and stepping off said the views quote represent the actual experience that people have not everybody's getting all fired up with political opinions. Tom and sarah. They're later they're buying. They're buying hemp ropes. And jesus shirts. That's okay fine. The views thing is kind of heart warming. It's like most people are seeing like. Hey here's some some cool positive shirts and maybe some oil and why don't you help out. India unicef's there. You could give a little money to them while you're at it. Help out some some former green bay. Packers i i mean that is all bush better pictures humanities like like green bay packers alumni association. Okay i mean. I know there's a lot of packers fans out there but like from former players to kind of connect the world. It's just it's it's very green bay of them. I read this. And all i can think of was some far flung asimov ian foundation reality. Where for whatever reason. My consciousness is resurrected brought before a council of historians. And they go. We'd like to ask you questions about the internet. And i go. Oh the you know the the defining technology in my lifetime that connected the world and brought us all together on levels so we can experience and feel together when we're lonely and they're like oh we thought it was just for green bay packers alumni five numbers. It's really all you guys did all okay. It's also funny. That facebook is facebook is in the now where you know. It is blamed for so much sharing of not just misinformation but disinformation. And that's true that's true in a lot of cases face because not the only place that that happens but it's it's the biggest one arguably in the world and for facebook to be like hold on guys. Let's look at the numbers here. The things that are being seen on facebook predominantly are very harmless. You want to buy a t-shirt you know you wanna you wanna help out unicef. We're good. We're good but it doesn't really doesn't really give facebook a whole lot of clough and the sense of this is a really a important and powerful social place to to do a lot of goodwill unicef stuff is an exception and by helping out people with concussions and stuff like that. Well there you go. Yeah but it's it's it's it's kind of like here. Here are great examples of why you shouldn't blame us for the for the wrongs of the world. A kind of look at this like well. it's still a lot a lot of facebook mumbo jumbo. Here's here's the last thing. I'll say if we are going to steer it back into kind of a bit of a political controversy statement it does kind of undercut their argument for d platforming certain people because when they all really about putting sugar on your spaghetti in buying a shirts and oil and that's really what people are interacting with than it does undercut the idea that even the idea of misinformation quote unquote or dangerous. Ideas are dangerous. Thoughts are something that's getting out and really infecting the world. Mostly we're just looking to see whether or not i'm going to get a saved shirt from repin for christ feedback daily. Show dot com folks. Because i think what facebook is trying to say is no no no. There's people yelling loudly over in the corner right. And yes maybe we should tell them to settle down and that's when we d platform and we kick them out of the bar but most of the people in here are just you know trying to buy some nice shirts and help out unicef. So don't try to throw out everything we do. Because there's some loud handle in the corner if you what do you think feedback daily tech news. Show dot com speaking to that email address. Let's check out Some of our our supporters out there. Well you know who we have. And it's been a couple of days everybody and we really like to thank the folks that that joined the flock as it were and today. We are thanking our brand new boss. Jeremy d stricklin. Jeremy just started back at us on on. Thank you jeremy. Thank you.

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:33 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Down the price of leasing retail space by driving out all the competitors and then it was affordable for them to go in and do this. I mean clothing but also things like furniture. Cheap search for something on amazon right. Now it's like you can get anything you want on amazon franchise but you might not know the brand and you look at the photos using well. That's sorta looks nice. But i really gotta sit in that chair. I that sort of thing there. There are certain reason. I still every once in a while. Type thing so i think that this is smart and yes. It's it's going to apply to certain kinds of things that that Are being sold on amazon and perhaps the company is like if we just have a showroom not only can we get more people in there to by the the thing that they think they want to buy. But they're just not sure yet because they want to feel at first but but cut down on things going orion. They're being a lot of return. I also wanna just underline this one more time picking up things at physical locations very much had a moment during the pandemic but nobody who was who saw an increase in that kind of way that people bought from them are nearly as good at amazon on the front end of being able to process and sell things and have stuff in that in that location so if amazon can say look you have prime where you are able to get things in two days or if you drive half a mile or drive a mile you can have it right now. That they're in their cab. Yeah and actually. If you're sure you want to buy something same day shipping is probably more convenient. But if you don't know and you're in the store and media walking out with it as more convenient right so it's those. Those kinds of situations amazon is the new sears. Sears started as a catalog store and then became a department store. We're watching it happen. You know invidia made a lot to say their earnings call. They made six point five. One billion in revenue up sixty eight percent on the year and beat expectations gaming. Made up almost half of that at three point. Six billion data centers grew thirty five percent and it all time high and that all sounds good on down no though was in videos cryptocurrency mining chips or cmt's invidia had expected to get four hundred million from them but instead brought in around two hundred and sixty six million china's crackdown on mining. Likely blunted. that demand in video also said that acquiring arm is gonna take a little bit longer. Invidia originally thought it would take eighteen months and finish around march twenty twenty. Two invidia did not offer a new date but softbank which is selling armed nvidia now estimates. That will happen at the end of twenty twenty two. I suppose that's to be expected when you need the us. Uk and china all agree on letting you gobble up one of the world's largest licensors chip technology in the world the uk's worried about national security since arm is headquartered in the uk. The us is responding to complaints from google microsoft and qualcomm that it would limit competition and china is making sure the acquisition wouldn't make its role in the global industry. More difficult you know. Us company controlling arm could mean a lot of restrictions on more chips for hallway and others extending timelines seemed to be a theme on the invidia call. Ceo jensen wang also said that the chip shortage which invidia previous expected to last through the end of twenty twenty one will likely extend into quote the vast majority of next year end quote. All nvidia is securing. Long-term supply commitments. Demand is still higher than supply and that does not look likely to change..

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:12 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Down the price of leasing retail space by driving out all the competitors and then it was affordable for them to go in and do this. I mean clothing but also things like furniture. Cheap search for something on amazon right. Now it's like you can get anything you want on amazon franchise but you might not know the brand and you look at the photos using well. That's sorta looks nice. But i really gotta sit in that chair. I that sort of thing there. There are certain reason. I still every once in a while. Type thing so i think that this is smart and yes. It's it's going to apply to certain kinds of things that that Are being sold on amazon and perhaps the company is like if we just have a showroom not only can we get more people in there to by the the thing that they think they want to buy. But they're just not sure yet because they want to feel at first but but cut down on things going orion. They're being a lot of return. I also wanna just underline this one more time picking up things at physical locations very much had a moment during the pandemic but nobody who was who saw an increase in that kind of way that people bought from them are nearly as good at amazon on the front end of being able to process and sell things and have stuff in that in that location so if amazon can say look you have prime where you are able to get things in two days or if you drive half a mile or drive a mile you can have it right now. That in their cab. Yeah and actually. If you're sure you want to buy something same day shipping is probably more convenient. But if you don't know and you're in the store and media walking out with it as more convenient right so it's those. Those kinds of situations amazon is the new sears. Sears started as a catalog store and then became a department store. We're watching it happen..

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Cores. It'll be the first chip released under the newly named intel seven node. That's the one that is not made on the seven nanometer process but that intel argues is just as good as what its competitors call seven nanometers so intel seven. The seven means good. Did someone say mix of course. That's right What are those cores. Golden cove is one of them. That's the successor to eleventh. Jen tiger lakes willow cove and that's the performance course. So tiger lake has willow cove alder lake. We'll have a golden cove intel says. It's the most powerful cpu core. It has ever built. Go figure i mean seriously. You'll need to figure that out yourself. Because until didn't give comparisons to willow cove the efficiency core in alder lake. Grace mont was compared to its predecessor. Sky lake until claims in single threaded cases. Grace mont can match skylight performance at forty percent of the power. Or if you give it the same power to deliver forty percent more performance forty percent. Better no matter how you look at it. Alder lake significance here is that it won't have just one or another of these cores. It'll combine them. Alder late chips with different core. Combinations will range from nine watts to one hundred twenty five watts from ultra mobile to laptops desktops. This being architecture intel did not announce the actual product line. That'll come later this year. Now deciding which course get which jobs will be handled by a new piece of software thread director which intel is working with microsoft to optimize for windows eleven and there were a couple of other notable announcements on architecture day. Intel showed more details for its upcoming. Gpa called arc. Arc's machine learning based super sampling. That helps upscale games and smooth frame rates between video calls l. s. s. intel is gonna call z. Ss x. e. s. s. Clever if you didn't guess z. Cores in our willpower power but also until promised offers on integrated graphics as well not just on ark and one last. You tidbit alchemist. Which will be the first arc. Gpu will be built by tsmc not intel. It'll be outsourced it will arrive with the first arc. Gps in early twenty twenty two finally intel announced the mount evans infrastructure processing unit. Or that's a chip for cloud providers not gonna impact your daily life really directly. It manages the internal needs alongside customer needs in a data center. But the notable thing about mount evans is that it uses sixteen arm. new averse. Intel is selling chips with arm instruction sets in them so let's get news on alder lake in the hybrid approach. Not the first time until has done that but certainly the biggest effort. It's done but really interesting to see them. Outsourcing gps to tsmc and putting arm instruction sets in some data center chips. Yeah this is I it seems like a good decision by intel and something that You know very much. Fill a space in the market. No i could make jokes about all these naming conventions at all. Sounds like a big mc you type thing but i do wonder until saying okay so our intel seven not seven nanometer chip but just as good. But we're just happening to call it..

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Cores. It'll be the first chip released under the newly named intel seven node. That's the one that is not made on the seven nanometer process but that intel argues is just as good as what its competitors call seven nanometers so intel seven. The seven means good. Did some say mix. of course that's right What are those cores. Golden cove is one of them. That's the successor to eleventh. Jen tiger lakes willow cove and that's the performance course. So tiger lake has willow cove alder lake. We'll have a golden cove intel says. It's the most powerful cpu core. It has ever built. Go figure i mean seriously. You'll need to figure that out yourself. Because until didn't give comparisons to willow cove the efficiency core in alder lake. Grace mont was compared to its predecessor. Sky lake until claims in single threaded cases. Grace mont can match skylight performance at forty percent of the power. Or if you give it the same power to deliver forty percent more performance forty percent. Better no matter how you look at it. Alder lake significance here is that it won't have just one or another of these cores. It'll combine them. Alder late chips with different core. Combinations will range from nine watts to one hundred twenty five watts from ultra mobile to laptops desktops. This being architecture intel did not announce the actual product line. That'll come later this year. Now deciding which course get which jobs will be handled by a new piece of software thread director which intel is working with microsoft to optimize for windows eleven and there were a couple of other notable announcements on architecture day. Intel showed more details for its upcoming. Gpa called arc. Arc's machine learning based super sampling. That helps upscale games and smooth frame rates between video calls d. l. s. s. intel is gonna call z. Ss x. e. s. s. Clever if you didn't guess z. Cores in our power but also until promised offers on integrated graphics as well not just on ark and one last. You tidbit alchemist. Which will be the first arc. Gpu will be built by tsmc not intel. It'll be outsourced it will arrive with the first arc. Gps in early twenty twenty two finally intel announced the mount evans infrastructure processing unit. Or that's a chip for cloud providers not gonna impact your daily life really directly. It manages the internal needs alongside customer needs in a data center. But the notable thing about mount evans is that it uses sixteen arm new averse. that's right. Intel is selling chips with arm instruction sets in them so let's get news on alder lake in the hybrid approach. Not the first time until has done that but certainly the biggest effort. It's done but really interesting to see them. Outsourcing gps to tsmc and putting arm instruction sets in some data center chips. Yeah this is I it seems like a good decision by intel and something that You know very much. Fill a space in the market. You know i could make jokes about all these naming conventions at all. Sounds like a big mc you type thing but i do wonder until saying okay so our intel seven not seven nanometer chip but just as good. But we're just happening to call it. That i could forgive anybody for being a little confused with what's going on the the the that not technology advancement part of this sounds great. But it's it's a lot to take in the short version. Folks is alder lake coming later this year with announcements and will be an interesting way to optimize. You know whether your device needs battery life or performance and We'll we'll see what the benchmarks are. When it comes up by the wall street journal sources say that amazon is going to open several large physical retail locations in the us similar to department stores the first locations will reportedly be in ohio and california. They'll be around thirty thousand square feet. So that's big but a little smaller than the typical one hundred thousand feet of say a macy's or bloomingdale's the big department stores although similar to newer newer scaled-down stores that both macy's and bloomingdale's have been opening kinda the mall zor. We're trying to figure that whole thing up. It's unclear what will be sold in the stores. Although it's expected to include things that consumer brands not just amazon's private label goods one reason to do something like a physical store would be to let shoppers try on clothing before buying and might bring more high end brands to the platform in general. Because they're going to get more. Traffic amazon has more than six hundred physical retail locations. At this point you might not know that. But yeah it's it's not just one or two. Six hundred amazon also operates more than twenty bookstores in the us. More than twenty.

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"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"To make one of its chips and issues. Another design with arm inside. I think that was in revelations and facebook says it's not a place for radicalization just a place for sharing recipes and buying hemp products. This is the daily tech news for thursday august. Nineteen twenty twenty one in los angeles on tom. Merritt and studio redwood. i'm sarah lane. Austin texas justin robert. Young and the show's producer. Roger chain just talking about tonsillitis of all things as well as state world's fairs if you want to know why good day internet become a member of patriot dot com slash. Dt ns at is where you can join top patrons such as chris. Benneteau steve ayatollah and dan callback. Let's start with a few things. You should facebook announced an open beta for horizon workrooms. Vr meeting space app for the oculus quest. Workroom support up to sixteen people meeting in vr. With thirty four other people able to join in video calls if they don't have a headset or the don't want to use it for whatever reason we're room support screen sharing from a desktop includes a note at taking up and vr also virtual whiteboards live streaming site only fans which just released apps for mobile that feature only safe for work content announced it will prohibit sexually explicit content from the platform entirely starting october. The nsf w version of the platform will still allow nudity. Just not sexually explicit content. Only fans says the changes being made at the request of its banking partners and pay out providers providers often exert pressure often behind the scenes to keep from processing payments for sexually explicit materials. Toyota plans to cut production by forty percent in september due to the ongoing global chip shortage. Plant shutdowns will mostly occur. In japan impacting production of rav. Four.

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9/11 to Kabul: Falling Men's Desperation to Evade Death by Terror

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 2 months ago

9/11 to Kabul: Falling Men's Desperation to Evade Death by Terror

"When you look at what happened when i saw the the afghans folding from the plains all all i ask people to do is think of that person as having every read desire every bit of love of life that every one of us has i i i told you. I think i've mentioned this that the most searing memory of nine eleven is the. Is the people jumping out of the the trade towers the twin towers. What is what is in their mind. That last moments those last moments do you know what a what a takes for a person to hang onto an airplane. Do you realize four. For an afghan who is not evil and tell obin evil or synonymous for an afghan who was not evil. The taliban are the same as the fire was to the people in the world trade center. Right isn't that an interesting analogy. What does it take to jump from an airplane. Or they didn't know necessarily they would. But i mean what what did they think you're going to hang on at twenty thousand feet. There's no there's no oxygen to begin with and you'll freeze to death. It's a death sentence. Why do people jump from the world trade center because they would otherwise have been devoured by fire. Why do people go on hang onto an airplane because they would have been devoured by the taliban.

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Pat Boone Made a Killing Selling Portraits of The Beatles

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Pat Boone Made a Killing Selling Portraits of The Beatles

"I got a painter i was. I was already supporting a painter from holland. That's another whole story. Who was very good portrait painter. And i thought he was so good that he when he asked if i would help him come to american get launched here i i did and he paid pictures portraits of many stars and i would introduce him to the stars of course they wanted to buy their portraits and got him launched so when the beatles happened so big i had him pay pictures individually each of the beatles and then a group portrait and i got fell. Who had the know how the business know how to get to sears. And we put all these beetle pictures. And i i had to go to brian epstein. Who was the business. Manage the manager for the beatles and i had to sign a contract got an actual contract to. Because he loved the pictures they portrait's they're beautiful portraits of each of them separately and a group portrait. And i got the license and through this fellow named goody a goodwin lion got him into sears in packages and we so millions of beetle pictures and in that one year. I made more money selling beetle pictures than i was making from my record

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Mapping the Universe of Human Proteins

The Bio Report

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Mapping the Universe of Human Proteins

"Amid. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We're gonna talk about sear. The challenge of proteomics today. And how serious technology is being used to understand the podium before we talk about serious technology thought we could take a step back and talk about where we are in understanding proteomics today as you think about the work on the human genome project and the progress. We've made their today where we in terms of understanding the human proteome than if you look at the The genome it took us fifteen years and just shy of three billion to sequence the genome and then with the advent of next generation. Sequencing costs dropped. You know cost up to two hundred thousand at nine thousand Would visibility to one hundred dollars gene on there and frankly ten dollars. Gino may also not be too distant future. The consequence of all of that is that we've sequenced over a million genome over ten million ex and an aggregate at the population level. We've now identified over six hundred ninety five million genetic variants and the thing. Is that while we've identified these variants at the genetic level. We know a tiny bit about what these variants mean in terms of their biological function in an how does that. Gino typic- changes actually affect function at the population level within the protein and remember our genes are largely static And they're an excellent indicator of our risk but proteins are dynamic and a true indicator of our status and we just had very very little information at the protein level and frankly the reason for it is that proteins are complex. I'm going to get into it. And we just haven't had the tools to get into the depth the breath the complexity of the proteome and a lack of information hasn't really able us to connect the type.

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Death Valley Hits 130 Degrees, Close to World Record

Masters in Business

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Death Valley Hits 130 Degrees, Close to World Record

"More searing heat is expected this weekend in the West. Excessive heat warnings have been posted across the west from Arizona to Oregon. The mercury hit an all time high in some places. Grand Junction, Colorado hit a record 107 degrees Death Valley was roasting at an unconfirmed

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Anderson, Pirates win 2-0 to stop Brewers' 11-game run

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Anderson, Pirates win 2-0 to stop Brewers' 11-game run

"The brewers had won eleven straight before Tyler Anderson held them to three hits over seven innings of the pirates to nothing shut out the left hander struck out six and walked two while throwing ninety three pitches in his first victory in nine starts since may ninth Kevin Newman homered in Wilmer Difo had an RBI double as the pirates stopped a six game slide losing pitcher Freddy Peralta had control issues with five walks in six innings but he allowed just two runs and three hits while striking out seven this is baseball is going to happen gonna lose one time well tomorrow is that a new Sears and I know that that we're gonna get we just have to keep going it was Milwaukee second longest winning streak topped only by a thirteen game run to open the nineteen eighty seven season I'm Dave Ferrie

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"sears" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Cheers To Business

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"sears" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"I'll miss it that that's right and that's the normal. That's what i do. That's what it just about. Everyone's gonna going to do but just always remember. You know it's a pre. You can do pretax or you can do roth which is after taxes this talk to your financial adviser your cpa about which one is best for you but if you do pre-tax sometimes five percent might really be like three percent or two percent in your net pay so well you take the state taxes. You're not having to pay in absolutely that's right. That's right and i'll tell you what to your employer. This is the best thing for your employer because you want people to be able to retire. You don't wanna be paying health benefits to seventy two year. Old person still having to work because they can't retire because you didn't have a retirement plan. Yeah not wanna work at walmart you know more. How would all this people work at walmart. But i'm not a very good greeter you know i'd start talking somebody. I no walking out the door..

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"sears" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Hit ten years in business and relations. Yeah that's a that's a big milestone day you will you really important to us. Katie and nine katie's not here day. She is slammed with some payrolls and She hated not being here but we know she's listening. And so. hey katie. wish you were here. Yes but you were the first company we had on payroll. I two thousand early two thousand fifteen. I was glad to be your first place to. I was happy that was another milestone to have to have a payroll company so well i'll tell you what we've always worked good together. We met what two thousand eight i think. So and that's was my old life in hours. Doing third party administration retirement plans for clients. And i hated it. I don't know how you do what you do. Always joking tell people. I'm like this is how i got started. Karen simmons head and i literally took my old forerunner over to her office and i loaded up. The back of my car. Went back to the office. Got the work done and it started from there. You know is been a relationship maiden having good. I didn't want them very tedious and especially in my old age. Now i'm staying away from tedious. Anything is and you with actuaries. I mean it just really really gets complex but we're going to keep it simple today right. Let's do that okay. The first thing. I'm gonna talk about is what is a retirement plan. What is win. Small businesses start out. They don't have any money to put into a plan right so normally a new business. A small business is not going to have any money to put into a retirement plan. But once you get going and once you're making money you need a retirement plan. Another thing i've seen. I think your business increases win. We either have a hurricane not catastrophic but enough to wit helps the economy out. I hate saying that right. Sometimes it's good for small one to hit. You don't want anybody to get hurt. But it does boost the economy. You're talking insurance adjusters construction. Did you know that boob jobs aren't indicator. Swear swear what. I was practicing back in the old days when the storm hit afterwards when the plastic surgeons yeah people got money had money and you could smell when the economy was tanking because the plastic surgeons were doing as well. Everybody got booed job back when it was good doctoral. I don't do that anymore anyway. F wa boob jobs. Our economy indicator said that sorry. I need a filter while we're sitting here talking about retirement plans who should be looking for a retirement plan individuals and certainly business owners business owners because number one. They need that tax deduction and they need to save going back to the would. Yes so either. Company grows and it's getting bigger and bigger bigger. When people are young they think. Oh i got plenty of time for that. But then they get to be close to a four year old grandmother like me and they go. Oh crap what am i gonna do. I gotta pay somebody to white. My but later on in life because i only have one. Yeah so aggravating. Sorry katie so all of a sudden. I've got to be responsible and being adult and now i've got the money to do something. I have money sitting there not a whole lot but a little bit and i've got to start planning right. And so who should they reach out to i right so the first person you wanna talk to this about is your cpa and or your financial adviser that is going to be your go-to They're going to tell you and advise you..

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Nostradamus: Seer or Schemer?

Conspiracy Theories

01:34 min | 4 months ago

Nostradamus: Seer or Schemer?

"The summer of fifteen fifty nine king henry. The second of france was killed in a tragic accident. Perez was thrown into utter chaos. The king had met his fate during a jousting tournament. Nobles lance pierced his helmet leaving a festering wound. Ten analyzing days later. The king passed away whispers spread throughout the french court. Allegedly the king's death had been prophesied by a themed. Seer michel nostradamus. A few years earlier. He'd written quote. The young shall overcome the old on marshall field in single combat in a golden cage. His eyes will be put out to into one then to guy a cruel death. The evidence seemed undeniable even as the lavish funeral arrangements were made for henry. The name on everyone's lips was nostradamus but secretly someone in france had been buying up copies of nostra dome. Mrs updated book of prophecies once every copy was accounted for. They were piled together and burned. The person behind this covert campaign wasn't one of the sears enemies or competitors was nostradamus himself after successfully predicting king. Henry's death he decided. This edition of his prophecies had to be destroyed because the rest of them were shamefully wrong.

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The Humanitarian and Environmental Case for Bitcoin

Bitcoin Audible

01:49 min | 5 months ago

The Humanitarian and Environmental Case for Bitcoin

"The humanitarian and environmental case for bitcoin. By alex glad stein can bitcoin reduce aid corruption. Help end dependency and bootstrap renewable energy for emerging markets. Bitcoin is typically thought of as an investment and a strictly financial innovation. But what if some of its greatest impact over time ends up being in the humanitarian and environmental spaces. This essay will explore some of the major challenges in the realm of international development and will argue that donors should be looking at bitcoin. Payments and mining as tools to reduce corruption diminish dependency and help renewable energy overcome adoption obstacles worldwide in his searing twenty. Ten s. A quote alms dealers. Philip gurvich tells the history of aid. The industry he wrote was largely born in nineteen sixty eight from western compassion triggered by the televised starvation of children in nigeria's breakaway biafra province. The impulse to help those less fortunate in the world around us has become a vast two hundred billion dollar foreign aid industry. The twenty two wealthiest governments provide approximately sixty percent of that sum with private ngos companies and foundations funding. The rest around a third of government foreign aid is classified as development assistance. A third as humanitarian relief and a third is military or security support in total over the past six decades more than four trillion. Dollars of aid has been sent. from rich countries. To poor countries

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Elizabeth Warren,  JPMorgan CEO Spar Over Overdraft Fees at Senate Hearing

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Elizabeth Warren, JPMorgan CEO Spar Over Overdraft Fees at Senate Hearing

"Senate Banking Committee heard from CEOs of the sixth largest American banks. They were pressed about boosting lending, raising wages and diversifying stuff. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren noted the JP Morgan Chase made almost $1.5 billion from overdraft last year. She pressed JP moving Jamie Diamond and called him quote the start of the overdraft show. So here's the thing. You and your colleagues come in today to talk about how you stepped up and took care of customers during the pandemic, and it's a bunch of baloney. In fact, it's about $4 billion worth of baloney, but you could fix that right now. FBI See, reports said banks thrive through the pandemic. The industry generated a record $76.8 billion in profits during the first quarter. Democrats wonder why more of that money isn't going to middle class and low income families. They look for more answers. Tomorrow is all street, Sears testified before the House Financial Services Committee. It

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Gina Brown on the Invisibility of Women Living With HIV

LGBTQ&A

02:03 min | 5 months ago

Gina Brown on the Invisibility of Women Living With HIV

"Jump right in so you found out that you were living with hiv about twenty seven years ago and at that time how much did you know about. Or how familiar were you with hiv. My knowledge of hiv was gay guys. I remember watching the evening news talking about it even before. They had a name for it and they were calling in grid and gay plague and but it only impacted gay people right so you wind. Gay you okay. I'm good or even if if you were a lesbian. They weren't talking about hiv and lesbians. They were talking about hiv engaged. Men so you still feel like you good. No one was talking about it with women only knew what i saw on the evening news. I remember once watching the guys go up to capitol hill and they on stretchers wheelchairs. And i'll walk. I was so scared. And they had a sign and the sign says silence was dead and stay with me although she is. Do you mind telling the story of when you were told about your diagnosis. Because i think it's an amazing example of what not to do. Oh my goodness dad. Day is seared in my mind. I think if i got alzheimer's i remember that day. I i got the phone call it. And then she'll phone call on april fools day. Hey prefers and to answer the phone. Lady a mask with jean. O'brien i said speaking. And she said hey. This is miss lonzo from charity hospital. And i laughed and i laughed because it was april fool's day and i thought it was one of my friends clam joke this lady. She finally convinced me that she was really from the hospital. And she said we need you to come in. We need to talk to you about one of your test results. And i said okay and and when i went the door was open. Scientists took my hand in untapped on the door and She said come in and when she commenced should never looked down never looked out and then finally sheets of paper. She put him in front of her face. And she said while you have aids and you're gonna die

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Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos

"Stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new internet stars tick tock cooks there have been more than fifteen billion food posts on tick tock begin with lame bacon onto an oven tray one of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll he lives in Dubai it's pretty straight for the stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watch my videos they actually think I could recreate that peel says the attraction to his videos may not all be about food a lot of my followers think I sound like fools social media professor crystal king says there is a new type of celebrity chef it's really amazing to watch people that just love food be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do it through the Food Network heals most viral video is a Valentine's day dish with seared chicken breast roasted garlic sliced mushrooms and cream I met Donahue

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Review: Mortal Kombat Comes out Fighting

Nerd On! The Podcast

02:02 min | 6 months ago

Review: Mortal Kombat Comes out Fighting

"Mortal kombat. Y'all y'all were smart not pick me because it is a very close near thing. Not even that. I was like all i love to sears. But like it's been part of my life for such a long time. Just as like a a franchise a talking piece people having to fight for their realms for supremacy and it's it's it's deal sees with all the the superhero things the terminator predator. All that stuff to me. It's a lovely fun franchise and all those parents who want to cancel it can go shove it up the pipes because it's just a fun game and I think there There's nothing wrong with it to me to me but yeah so obviously. It has a lot of us. Fill because the reboot. It's a call classic annihilation taking the last thing. But no one ever talks about my elation wheeled not even though we all do like animals but Yes so this film. I did not expect it to be as hype for it Going into it. I remember like They're doing a remake. I don't know and it's like It's going to be a low budget. I don't know and then you started seeing a little bit of the costumes like okay. They're going for like this vibe and then watching the film I was probably like at the most like hyped. I can possibly be for something like this where it's like. I've seen it done before and this is supposed to be done in this new age. New world also part of the. Hbo maxium dan date thing. So you're like. Oh new. Movies feels good and i walked away pretty satisfied like once you kind of realized. Certain things like This move is made for like fifty million dollars and like this is the director and the writers like first feature film. I'm kinda wow but they they did. They did pretty

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"sears" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"sears" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Good evening and thank you for joining me for another boring books for bedtime. I hope tonight selection provides all the boredom. Your busy brain needs took quiet down and let you get some sleep so find a comfortable spot. Adjust your volume. Take a nice deep breath in let it out slowly and off waco before we begin this evening. I'd like to give a special shout of thanks to two new members of our patriotic family. Kathleen and elaine. Thank you both so much for supporting this. Podcast you're help makes it possible to produce this on a weekly basis and keeps it ad free for everyone and it's much appreciated if you're interested in supporting this podcast by becoming a member of our patriots on or dropping a one time tip via by mia coffee dot com no subscription required. You'll find links and the show description and just a reminder that everyone who supports us in december will be getting a full recording of the prophet by khalil. Gibran on the book we finished last week. It's a wonderful book. And i think you'll enjoy it now. Let's get to the reading tonight. Were returning to one of your all time favorites the sears roebuck and co inc. Consumer's guide number one. Oh four for eighteen ninety seven. That's right it's the sears catalog in this episode. Let's take browse through the musical goods department and see what's for sale musical goods department. No department in our vast establishment has grow more rapidly in popular favor then that of instruments under the supervision of a competent and experienced manager. Our trade in this line has been cared for with the greatest satisfaction to ourselves and our customers know better. Evidence of this fact exists then the second third and constant orders from the scene customer and orders from entirely new customers who have seen our goods in the hands of friends and neighbors. We have included in this department an assortment of musical instruments that positively have no equal for quality cheapness and variety. We are better prepared than any other house in existence to serve you not only by furnishing the best goods at the lowest prices but we offer an assortment from which all tastes may be satisfied are terms are the most liberal of any we are ready and willing and anxious that prospective purchasers. Maybe sure of getting just the instruments they want by our fair and easy. Co de subject to examination plan. You may be sure of securing just the article that will suit you. Except when otherwise specified we will ship any instrument to anyone anywhere. Co de subject to examination and approval on receipt of one dollar with order as a guarantee of good faith. You can examine the instrument at the express office and if it is to your entire liking you can pay. The agent balanced do with charges and the instrument is yours otherwise it can be returned to us and money will be refunded last six press charges. Furthermore in order that there may be the most entire satisfaction we shall allow you to return any instruments to us prepaid after five days. Careful trial if you find that it does not meet your requirements. Bear in mind. Three facts fact one. All the instruments and sundries are imported by us directly from european manufacturers or purchased by us direct from the most reliable american manufacturers and purchasers may rest assured that they are getting only the very finest goods. it is possible to produce fact to our prices are based on our one small profit plan to wreck from manufacturer to consumer and you own the goods at about what. The retailer himself pays. Fat three are terms are most liberal. We give you the same chance that the retailer does to see and examine the goods before paying for them. These three facts make very plain that nowhere else. Can you get invariably select goods nowhere else. Can you secure such low prices and nowhere else. Can you avail yourself of such fair and a liberal terms remember. We allow a discount of three percent. Where cash in full accompanies the order. It is better to send full cash as you save the three percent. Besides the express companies charge for returning money to us our guarantee on the goods is just the same and any article. Not satisfactory may be returned and money refunded. The line of musical. Merchandise is so enormous that even with the space allotted for same in this catalogue. We cannot list everything if you do not find just what you want quoted here in right us. We shall be pleased to give you. Net sale prices violins. We can sell a violin for forty four cents but we would not accept an order for the inferior instrument at that price. Those quoted below are up to the standard of quality demanded by critical buyers and our own importations from the largest and most reputable european manufacturers our entire confidence in the superior instruments. Prompts us to make them the most liberal terms of sale we will send any violin to express office c o od subject to examination asking only deposit of one dollar with the order. As a guarantee of good faith if the instrument is not found satisfactory or not as represented it can be returned to us and.

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"sears" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"sears" Discussed on WJR 760

"With us discussing his con Sears practice the relationship you need to have with your primary care physician and the simple noninvasive tests that are now available so that you can avoid a heart attack and stroke all together and begin the reversal of artery disease doctor conger welcome to another shell for listeners new listeners I they are returning less there's let's size Dr caller once again to explain what a personalized prevention practice means well thanks Emory and a personalized health care practice means that I have a lot more time with patients and with that time I utilize lab work that's not being used in most other offices if not any other all others the clear it right and I am utilizing testing that's not being done in other offices and even if one or two of the test site do are being done that there not being interpreted properly within those offices either so I'm using innovative testing that identifies risk for not just heart attack and stroke but these are predisposing age the areas that affect crime all chronic diseases like diabetes diabetes Alzheimer's Parkinson's I mean I'm so I tell everyone on the shows that I believe that we can make heart attack and stroke one hundred percent preventable and I think using similar type methods expanding them further we can have a significant impact on preventing dementia and Alzheimer's so back to your question what is a personalized healthcare practices I am using labs that specifically focus on ordinary health and inflammation that drives all these problems and I've got the time because of the smaller practice to spend with all my patients to make sure that they know where they are and we have a plan to achieve their goals of not having these events occur not dying of a heart attack not having disability from a stroke not losing their life or memory from Alzheimer's and they're all on board and none of these tests are scary tests right no other blood work and their non invasive ultrasounds we do in our office ice often not often all most set to patients are one of cats get part cat scans we talk about CT calcium scores and you know patients are listening you know I'm of the response I've been having from the show has been phenomenal and I've got every week many people calling the show because whatever topic we talk about specifically is resonating with the audience there are hearing themselves in the topics I have testimonial shows were patients come on and talk about their journey well so many patients are there have fallen through the cracks because if the testing is not available with their primary care physician and the time isn't put into the arm the visits then how can anything be accomplished how can even practice prevention well they're not and we talk about all the time again another phrase we use here are on the show is that the healthcare system is broken and everyone goes yeah of course it is but they don't really understand just how broken it is or what that means and when we educate you as listeners about how simple it is to not be broken you know that I am not to be in awe have a doctor patient relationship that isn't broken where you can understand simply where you are and and then put together a personalized program of how to stay healthy you gotta get healthy how to stay healthy and what how there's no limitations your health moving forward so it's possible tend not to be in a a great practice where you know we were you're in control of your health well no one's doing the testing you're doing so let's talk a little bit about that sure so we do blood work that looks at inflammation markers in again we've talked with metal shows about what information is so it's not we're not gonna go into that detail today but inflammation as the driver of disease and this I'm saying this like it's common sense and it's and it's just a matter of fact but the reality is what I just said it isn't necessarily accepted by every doctor so where is to me this is our focus of attention this a doctor there's doctors who don't believe it and they look at health different disease processes of specific diseases and I look at a lot of diseases as a matter of different manifestations of the same process and different people so where is one person may present with Alzheimer's and other person as a stroke another person's Parkinson's the driving factors and all these people or similar it's inflammation and we're not gonna get consensus from a nurse neurologist for a cardiologists or an endocrinologist there got blinders on they're looking at their condition the disease they affect of the disease of the virus right and I'm looking at my patients as a whole and I'm and I'm using data that's available that they're that they're not using and no one's doing this blood tests to identify information is not right they're just not because this are broken healthcare system is it looking at it this way and when you start to look at it this way were able to get in roads into finding out where you are individually so I want to treat the disease not just a blood test so in my office the.

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"sears" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"sears" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"It's it's it's beautiful. I love it eleven hundred percent. I think it was something i've learned about. People who who live what i would call inspirational lives allowed at times. The mindset isn't what will it cost me. What kind of time will that cost me but more. What will that be worth to me. It's like taking five minutes to gratitude journaling the the while that's going to cost me. Five minutes. I think is a very poverty consciousness mindset but asking what will that be worth to me gene. Will i find personally immersing myself in the the feeling in the biochemicals of gratitude early in the morning one that makes me way more productive throughout the day so investing five minutes i would dare say gets me at least forty five minutes. It's worth of more productivity no more time throughout the day but just forty five minutes more worth of productivity because i'm in a happier state by mind is working cleaner and more connected to my intuition more connected to my heart in my perception changes throughout the day you know i meant. I was really in a great frame of complained of gratitude last week. I mentioned the whole airport experience. I'd been consistent with my gratitude journaling which really helped train me for. Here's a tough day so was it worth me taking five minutes in the morning to have a day where i was actually feeling cullman peaceful foale versus a day where i just feel like i'm in broken glass inside. I'm angry absolute. That five minutes had a it was well worth yeah. It was worth way more than i could put words to so yeah. What what will this gratitude journaling be worth to me rather than thinking how many minutes this is gonna cost me. I think it's important mindset that inspirational people tend to have whether they know it or not in then angry people tend to have has the mindset that says it'll cost me time. I don't have time for that l. Take away from me watching the tv and i gotta watch the news on t._v. So that i can know what to be angry about out of it. I think you you put some really good questions. I hope that our listeners there's war <hes> aware of the subtlety of our of your question so something that you as listeners can ask yourselves who when you're listening what is this bringing into my life and not what it costs. I think this is very very powerful and like you said with the productivity and everything it's an amazing perspective. Thank you really. I didn't think i could learn so much <hes> <hes> so many new things about gratitude but i am still learning and even though i've been exploring it for quite a while and i'm sure that our listeners have been doing this as aw but i i want to talk a little bit about something that <hes> you promote and that i think it's very important for all of us. It's about appreciating ourselves and <hes> being grateful for ourselves one way or another and i'm talking about being weird absolutely yeah. I think it sometimes it's easier. Take appreciate and be grateful for other people. It's like cool but let's treat ourselves the way we treat other people i think some people it's like the real challenge is being appreciative of our selves so i think the real beauty to be grateful for about ourselves is our uniqueness our weirdness. I think weirdness is a gluten free bread crumb trail that leads us to our authenticity titi in and you know how i look at myself now. What i appreciate the least about myself is when i act it's normal. I think acting normal is another way of saying not being yourself but you act normal in a way of like we'll. We'll let me act the way everybody else acts. Let me can form and you know. Sometimes you do that. If you drive in a car it's great tact normal normal <unk>. Let me do self-expression here color outside the lines like no it'd be normal but i think the time in place for deem normal will isn't all the time everywhere i think we we have the ratio backwards where most of the time most of us act normal. Maybe lending diener beautiful weird authenticity out a little bit of the time. I think we should foot that. I think muslim we should be meaner weird authentic selves in then in. We do a little bit of normal when it will serve us. Well like driving our car so my experience with weirdness was was when i was a child the weirdness uniqueness authenticity about me. That's what i had the most shame about like i'd be made fun of it. Sometimes i only the ever red hair you see things differently. Excuse me so. I think a lot of times as children we learn to be ashamed of what makes us ourselves because it makes different but then we can flip the script on that one. We're adults it when we start to wake yup. We realized like oh is weirdness. It deserves to be celebrated because it's what makes me different. 'cause i gave when we're a kid like the last lastingly one is to be different but when we're an adult the the less different we are the more differentiated we are which means we're able to find ourselves more. It was able to celebrate ourselves more. I think when we do that we inspire other people to do do it for themselves. I don't know what the purpose of life is but i would dare say that have something to do with the purpose of your life is for you to live your life in. I don't think we are living. Our lives lives when we're acting like other people were acting normal. I think we are much more at living our lives when we're being unapologetically weird when we're being authentic authentic. I love it. I love it and one more thing that i think this helps us with is the fact that we can find <music>. Our place in the world when we're trying to much to conform is it's really hard for us to where we're going to do the things that everybody does and sometimes this just doesn't work for us and we feel that we know that this is not supposed to do and you know i know where you just know and many people have been through this but i think that this is exactly what they also appreciate about. You is that you're a living example of that like all of your your weirdness. Your <hes> the things that you might have been ashamed over something like this. In in in the past you are bringing them to the surface and your gifting us with them and with who you are car and this this actually helps us also to be to be more okay with our weirdness and i think this is this is also for ask because <hes> actually one of the ways that we are learning is <hes> through seeing what other people are doing and and the fact that you are authentic helps us be more authentic as well yeah i just i think i just wanted to say thank you for what you're welcome. Look i appreciate your seeing that way. Georgian and it's nice to hide my dirt. In heavy hitters recognize recognize the the beauty of may does mean a lot to me <hes> but yeah yeah i've got plenty of skeletons in the closet of instant worked in unto definitely i'm. I'm sure that your human i mean i hope you're human. Not i'm actually mostly turtle okay significant human yeah and this own for instance this is this is what i love and the fact that we for instance our listeners right now <hes> so or when they will be listening. We're talking on and on it's normal. It's something that okay they might. I pay attention attention or not but when you have a moment like this being so fantastic surreal it just freezes the brain is like what what did he just say and you become more aware of this and i think it's <hes> it's something that we can all bring to the surface and bring to the world and and <hes> it's something that once we learned to appreciate and to see and helps us quite a lot and for your living an example of that that we can <hes> do great work and help many people by being ourselves and i think this is this is very important for i ah i live by thinking that examples are the most powerful we can talk for hours but if we see someone actually do that that that speaks like much more than we can speak here than ours of podcasting so man. I i agree with you. Under the percent i think talk that leads to action leads to examples and there's the real impact. It's just like when when parents have rules rules. They tell the kids don't do this. Don't do that but then the parents go and do that thing. We realize kids learn by example the it's like the the words are maybe one percent of the learning. The example is ninety nine percents before her name and i think when we realize that as you clearly clearly heaven i love how you pointed out. We can use that to our benefit. I love to see the examples of other people. I think we can learn from anybody. Nobody <unk> especially the people that we consider inspiring. They inspire not us to act like them but they inspire are true sells to come out to a greater degree that i love seeing people invariably essentially example expressions you know i love listening listening to them but it's like then. I think that's why there's magic hanging around someone unit has got to dinner and they might not be lecturing view but it's like i learned more during that dinner and i think that's you know i've been really into podcast for the past few years the i i very rarely listen to books on tape but i because i feel like i don't learn too much but i feel like i learned a hell of a lot or or from podcast because i think it's more example oriented because especially with a podcast like you're facilitating here where people are having coversation. You get more three dimensional examples rather than the one dimensional. Just talk talk at you. Here's the lesson so it's like parents having a real life conversation with their kids rather than one dimensional. I'm gonna talk at yet. Here's the rules. We paying attention. Yeah exactly exactly i love. I love the perspective and i think it's <hes> yeah we see. Examples of people actually talking about it then we what i think it's also important that we we have an opinion from another person of something and that helps us choose is easy more easily <hes> one way or another. If we agree over we we we don't agree or <hes> if that actually works and one thing <hes> that really works for us is and one thing that i would love to who and this interview with is go to <hes> g._p. Sears youtube channel facebook if you like and follow follow him and other than the entertaining that you entertain that you will get from that <hes> my advice is to also look at him mm-hmm as <hes> someone living his passion and living. He's authentic self and try to lie like g._p. Said to get inspired expired by that then. I'm sure that that will bring from yourself as well..

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"sears" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"sears" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Host of our podcast georgian bente high gratitude seeker welcome to this really special episode wrote with an amazing person. I've had a really beautiful <hes> peach at twitter with him his humorous really authentic and he is really authentic and he just changed my state as we were speaking and it was just amazing i think so <hes> his name is j. P. sears most. Probably you know about him or if you don't you should because what what he's done and what i really admire about him is that he brought up some things that were not easy to speak about ten some things that were really serious regarding spirituality in general and the the the lies that we actually tell ourselves sometimes and for me it was really deliberating and to see how how he managed to put the a really entertaining way and to to bring people do pay attention to this is really amazing and <hes> really inspirational for me. He has been on youtube and the for quite a while alan. He's had like millions of fuse with his <hes> really smart and really humorous videos and i'm jackie is here with us right now and we will get to spend some time with him so i'm very grateful for that j._p. Thank you so much for being here with as yea. You're walking georgia appreciate you having me on brother neff initially my pleasure my pleasure so firstly. I'm so what they say in the beginning is that <hes> beyond the the humorous side. You are a really deep person and i really feel that you have not just the knowledge but you're actually leaving somehow and you're helping people as as a life coach right. I hope that time i'm saying that <hes> right and maybe we're both wrong so yet so there's more to you than just the humorous bartender i think that's important for our listeners to know and they will definitely find out in now. What was to come in in the in the next twenty thirty minutes so <hes> thank you so much again for being here and my first question for view is what does gratitude mean for your personality and it timmy gratitude means being deeply connected to do what we have in the present moment period so deep connection. If i were really summarizing eh deep connection wonderful. Why can i ask what does it mean to you. Well my definition of whoa or the the feeling that i get is <hes> very much related to <hes> brother david <hes> steinem rust. Something like this is is his name. He says that the gratitude is the great fullness or gratefulness is the great fullness of life and i think this this just encapsulates this perfectly like the great fullness of life of course in the present moment because you can only experience experience the fullness of life when you're very present and <hes> yeah that that's for me the definition in hawaii. I best relate to gratitude attitude man. I think i like your definition better than mine. So now i feel inferior about talking to you george in and i'm not grateful talking with you now. I i love the though in timmy there's there's a lot of parallels in the definition but that's a beautiful mutiple. Look at it. The great solis rife yeah. Yeah i love it and i've researched gratitude quite latin. I've spoken in too many people on this and i really feel that this resonates best with me and it is the the best way to to feel it actually and to to understand it from from the heart somehow <hes> but there are all kinds of things like <hes> people are saying that they are grateful very lightly many times and <hes> there are all kinds of things of this nature that we sometimes do or that people sometimes do and <hes> i was wondering if you would like <hes> do share with us a few things that you've been seeing seeing people do that are not actually the way we should approach gratitude in 'harmonious way yeah you know and i'm gonna fall into the category of people who sometimes gratitude in a way that's maybe not as <hes> potentially it it is we can you know i don't know about you but i remember needing a kid. Whenever someone gave me something my parents would say well now. Say thank you. I'd say thank you but i wouldn't mean it. I i mean that's probably a great practice to have with kids. It instills like i think that's a positive thing but that doesn't necessarily surly teach <unk> centered gratitude is more like my mind is remembering is say. This is a little more approval. Life is good and i think a a lot of us myself included a lotta times will approach gratitude like a mental concept will be theoretical like like yeah. I am grateful for that but but it doesn't mean we're feeling grateful it means i think i'm grateful and that's like that's a cool step in the right direction but i think we can really really get to the heart of the matter which is our own hearts when we look at gratitude not as a mental concept but feeling so i've actually got my gratitude journal here that i'm writing every morning and it'd be funny if it's not it's just like it's a black gut but i wanted to impress you. It has my gratitude journal title informing. What's most important. I write down three things that each morning but that's not the most important part of the <unk> more important part is after right right down each one. I closed my eyes and i sit and i feel the feelings of gratitude associated with each item and i think that stealing the feeling of gratitude that's where our life becomes very positively impacted by gratitude and and i think another important thing with gratitude that can be <unk> fall. Is we need to be grateful for what we have. I think sometimes when we drank a a little bit of positive thinking coup ladle too much we get into this mindset where we're trying to trick life into giving us what we want by the way i don't necessarily i think that what we want is what we need. Sometimes i think a lotta times are once just comes from our ego. That says enough is never enough so in so we can become like well. I'm grateful for the money. That's coming towards me. I'm grateful for the ferrari. That'll be in my driveway next year because i've got my vision board but i think real gratitude has do with what do i have now in. How can i feel the feelings in the body's sensations about what what i have now because i think we're either grateful for what we have or were resentful for what we don't have in. You mentioned that earlier. We're about gratitude being a way to get really present in the moment so i think it's a great reminder to be cognizant of the idea like let's be grateful for what i have and then lastly stop stop <unk> rambling here. I think there's easy gratitude attitude in then. There's what i would call strengthening gratitude which of course would be. It's challenging like right now. It's easy for me to be grateful like i'm in line of sunshine coming in my window talking to you and your awesome. You feel peaceful like there's no there really challenging me right now. Got a plastic turtle on my desk so i got life by the balls right now so this is easy gratitude and and i think it's great for us to remind ourselves like yeah. Let's even feel grateful when it's easy but i don't think that helps us grow much. I don't think it really takes us deeper into your heart's dislike. You know if you if you can bench press a hundred pounds but you only put ten pounds on the bar. You're not gonna be getting that much stronger from it. It's easy weightlifting but it's like okay. You can only bench press one hundred pounds and you put ninety nine on the bar or hundred one now now. It's like okay when i'm challenged in life when i'm stressed out when i'm scared now is the time where if i can have an attitude of gratitude the tude in the even field grateful in those challenging circumstances that is helping me grow. I think it's helping me grow stronger. I'd only might resolve of growing more gratitude in my life. I think it's helping me as a person expand beyond my limits so <hes> and i'll tell you <hes> last week at so quick. Close story was hard for me to be grateful for. In the moment i i was is flying from costa rica whereas with fiancee to new york where it's going to be helping a wonderful company mm-hmm sponsored by called on human optimization company doing a nationwide launch across all the whole foods in the u._s. cool so i was in a going to new york to help that lunch and a big winter storm hit so from costa rican flying north got to florida. My connecting flight to new york was cancelled campfire theory tonight. The rescheduled me for the next morning at six a._m. Cool so get to their report and were we're about to land in new york. We're in new york and huge snowstorm in they divert us at the last minute can't land snow is falling so hard the pilots highlights don't have enough visibility so they divert the <hes> the flight a few hundred miles over to pittsburgh cool. I i am grateful i. I'm i'm i'm very safe so we're in pittsburgh for seven hours after seven hours of waiting and you know the next days of product launch. Can i really want to be there to support the company that they say okay. We're gonna put everybody on buses and bus you over to new york. The nine hour bus ride in granted only a plane full of people now. Do you think it's a plane full of happy people at this point not even close so i'm seeing the worst commodity people and i i was so grateful that i actually maintain a grateful attitude most of the day which is weird like. I'm grateful that i'm grateful right now. So then there. I am you know after a long day of being in the airport and at just like i'm physically uncomfortable now. I'm on a bus for nine hours and i'm on a bus for nine hours with people well who are pretty darn angry so led a stress lot of chaos in. I won't pretend that i loved it but i will say hey i was i was very blessed to maintain my attitude of gratitude in that moment where grunted like wow. I'm i'm warm orm. I'm safe in like i'm being taken to new york like i could have easily missed this event. I could easily be somewhere where i'm not cold. I'm not sure where i'm cold. I'm not safe. I don't have food t. so it was nice to be grateful for what i had god in that moment on the crowded bus rather than just being resentful of what i don't have and i won't pretend like i'm the dalai lila. I'm always attitude feeling of gratitude tough circumstances the next day when he was talking to my fiancee on the phone she's like how was that and i'm like i was so surprised that i it was like pretty.

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"sears" Discussed on KOMO

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"sears" Discussed on KOMO

"Of Seattle Nissan, laying off seven hundred workers at a plant in Mississippi because of slow sales of the frontier pickup trucks that makes their liquidation. Sales could begin today at Gymboree stores eight hundred being shut down. Thanks, Tom Busby. And speaking of liquidation, Sears the Sears saga continues. A group of Sears. Creditors are challenging chairman Eddie Lampert. Hedge funds winning bid to buy the business in a bankruptcy auction. They want to sue the billionaire and his hedge funds. So they went to court yesterday. So now, we don't know what's going to happen with Sears once again. All right, twenty four minutes after the hour now on first light, Kevin car is with us. He's a fresh in from the movies where Kevin you've just seen 'em night. Shamans latest. I guess we could call it. A comic book thriller called glass. Good morning, Michael. I think it's an attempt to. To make comic books a little more realistic. It's not going into ironman territory where you got a guy flying around in the suit. And that's essentially the way I'm night Shamlan has plan this ever since he did unbreakable almost twenty years ago. Of course that movie being about Bruce Willis figuring out that he has super low power of invulnerability. And of course, you had similar L Jackson playing Mr. glass who is the bad guy who sort of orchestrates all this in this one two three of them are finally pulled together in in a mental institution that somebody's trying to convince them that they're not exactly super characters. The thing is with this movie is it's got some great actors in it, you know, McEvoy Willis Jackson all do. Good job in it. You've got Sarah Paulson as the sort of off kilter. Doctor trying to solve all this. And yes, you have very typical things with them night. Shamlan? This is a well done movie. But the ending doesn't hold together as well as the rest of the movie, I don't want to give anything away. But you always look for twisted. Interns, and the beginning is much much better. It has a better setup. I'd say all right, Kevin. How do you rate glass? Well, while it's an interesting movie and the beginnings really good it it.

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