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"sisto" Discussed on Circle Round
"Before the break. A wealthy farmer named laszlo played a not so nice trick on a poor farmer. Named vidor laszlo told vidor about the so-called dog market at buda laszlo claimed the king a gouda castle king. Matthias the just was looking to buy dogs for a very generous some. The door and his family were on the verge of going hungry so the desperate man decided he would give it a shot. He worked hard rounding up every stray dog. He could find but when he brought the boisterous canines to boot a castle in the capital city. The royal guards laughed and ordered him to leave as the downtrodden fellow trudged away a deep voice stopped him in his tracks and when vr world around. Who should he come face to face with. What your majesty. The king king matthias the just vidor bowed down on one knee which was none too easy. Given that dozens of rambunctious dogs were scampering. All around him your excellency. I am honored to be in your prisons and i am honored to being yours if he was confused. Yes you see young men when you arrived at my castle just now the sound of all those dogs barking and troubled right through the walls are couldn't help but run to the window at ren'ai did i heard the story. You told my guards each and every word. Which is why. I'm offering you this. The king reached out and handed vidor soft velvet bag full of coins it was even bigger and more overflowing than the bag laszlo had been jingling around these coins of for you. Young man provided. You're willing to part with your dogs. Of course the doors face broke into grin. Of course yes your majesty. I'll give you all these dogs for those coins. Thank you thank you so much. Now as it wasn't long before word avi doors newfound wealth spread all over the village when laszlo hurt that his down and out neighbor had become so well to do. He was thunderstruck well. This isn't fair. That whole dog market thing was just a truck. Feodor wasn't supposed to get rich. He was supposed to get laughed away from the castle immediately laszlo. New he must do. He began racing through the village. Scurrying up and down the roads streets and lanes buying up as many dogs as he could find then grabbing a hold of their leashes to the capital city over the river and to woulda astle come along. You miserable three bags. I've got a fortune to make. And i haven't got all day by the time laszlo reached the palace gates. The dogs were barking and howling and causing ruckus. So much of a ruckus in fact that they caught the attention of a certain someone who happened to be sitting in his throne room. And do you know who that was. You guessed it. King matthias the just the mighty monarch rose this thrown straight into the window. The moment he laid eyes on laszlo he knew this must be the mischievous camp who had them brazil. The humble the king ordered his guards to bring laszlo antiques. Dogs inside the castle into the throne room as laszlo walked through the door. He flashed king a simpering grin. Thank you so much for seeing me. Your majesty i've come here today. I know why you're here. You're here for the dog. Market that bhutto laslo. I the kings jewel encrusted crown. His glittering gold sector he could hear the jingling of coins all ready indeed. Im your excellency. I'm here for the dog. Marquis de buddha a very dear friend of mine. A fellow farmer. He told me you've been looking to buy dogs. So i thought hey what better way to serve my beloved king then to sell him some of my beloved pooches and your i am king matthias. The just glanced to his left then. The wise sovereign leaned down and lowered his voice. As if you were letting laszlo in on a very special secret loosen my goods. I appreciate you coming by today..
"sisto" Discussed on CharVision
"Nature. Oh my god. I won't say what it is but if it is that than okay. Here's the thing when my mom passed away and she. She joked with that she would find that. I will find you guys. Listen for me and she. She had a word. She had a word that she said. If i if you ever hear this then you know with me So i will never say it out loud. Because i am waiting for it but what the word is. I'm so sorry. I would love to charts. Okay gotta go. Because tony's got another guest coming absolutely Thank you. I appreciate it real differneces here in god. Bless you thank you okay. Do thank you joe. you're phenomenal. I am so grateful that you that you came on in i. You are so intuitive. It freaks me out. I was just listening to the sisters sisters oriented not married in quite comfort inclined through our k. Then we've just had the third sisto. She's in california. And we know now that diane needs to get one of plane a make more To connect with the avocado sisters. I the one in california This new california. You knew the one. That call was in california. That was really amazing. That was fantastic. Really been I would you come on my show again. would you say i had. I would love to have you come back. And maybe we'll be in the studio eventually and tell us how people can get. Hold view you guys. This is a perfect time. Everybody's home you can call joe and higher her to help your family. It's she's the supernanny just to put out to those families looking to be extremely behavior when it needs to be is a challenge tweeted. You've gone algebra niagara again. We're trying to put your bestest assets into china. Jane and it's not worth and the realities is that you know the what that i do. I love being to help families. And if you truly because you can say the keqiang wishful if you truly do. I'm wants to be able to resolve that issue. All we have to connect and communicate aleksey nigel or to get a good night's sleep. The what out how. You're going to connect with partner so that you can get through this together through like it seeing reach how you reach out.
Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists
"In hong kong. The government's now under the thumb of beijing is locking up pro democracy activists for speaking out. That as china continues. Its crackdown on liberties in what used to be a semi independent territory. World's kristen flavin has more activist joshua wong. We'll spend the next thirteen months in a prison cell after protesting police brutality. Last year outside a police station the government also sentenced activist ivan. Lamb to seven months behind bars and another agnes chow received a ten month sentence. Authorities arrested the three activists last month. A magistrate said the trio called on protesters to besiege the police headquarters and undermined law enforcement during the rally which drew thousands of people the activists to the defunct demo sisto political party and helped to draw global economy to hong kong's crackdown on dissent. Hong kong officials have arrested at least thirty one people under china's new so-called national security law which beijing imposed on the territory in june
‘Clueless’ Is Totally Hollywood’s Defining Teen Movie
"Years ago Sunday, the world was introduced to share Dion and tie as Clueless debuted in theaters. Directed by Amy Heckerling. The comedy followed the trio of trend obsessed but well meaning high schoolers in Beverly Hills. They navigated teen life friendship and romance. Clueless was ahead, earning just shy of 61 million bucks worldwide, about 100 3 million in today's dollars and also made a star out of Alicia Silverstone and introduced us to future stars, including Paul Rudd's Donald Phase on Jeremy Sisto on the late Brittany
"sisto" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism
"Happens? We have attorneys high-powered attorneys. They go march into court three piece suit looking all sharp and they defend that person's right to worship on the Sabbath and not work and we have really good system at that but when black people are being shot at a higher rate at the hands of the police. I always wonder. Why don't we have these high-powered attorneys show up to court and defend these rights? Why are there always other groups? That are defending black people but we are more concerned about my man who has to work for three hours the night shift. You poke so. I asked him that in the forum and he quite candidly said the reason that we are more concerned about the sabbath observance over any issues of race is because it's divisive. We know everyone could get behind matters of Sabbath observance but we know that not all of the brethren will get behind this matter of race and so that in itself that lack of courage to stand for something because it's right it just breaks my heart and he also shared that he went to court he personally when he was working for the general conference went to court to protect the rights of this group. That was practicing santeria like voodoo witchcraft and stuff and he said that that was not Something that everyone understood why he was doing. And that was kind of divisive But he said we have to protect. This group's right to practice center. Because if a you know the government could create this law that affects them. Maybe we will be next and so I'm thinking about the duplicity of this. Where he's okay taking a stand for something that's divisive For something like Santa because he could see in his eyes I if they come for the center of folks today and tomorrow might be us the seventh day adventist until I don't know why he still hasn't connected or any of us. A lot of us haven't connected the DOTS that hey if they're treating are black and brown brothers and sisters like this today. Maybe they'll be treating us this way tomorrow. So it's like we in this. One instance are associating ourselves more closely with the folks than our own seventh day. Adventist Church members who were black and Brown. And it's sad that that is how it is a harp swallow but unnecessary one. Yes there's racism within our church and we ought to work to radically. I hope that you shared the spot gas. And if you want to listen to more topics discussed with Daniel Sisto head to patron dot com slash disruptive adventist and listened to the unedited version of the PODCASTS. Here's Daniels final word. And thank you for your support. We hope to spot. Open your mind and that you decide to talk with others. Love others and most importantly by for others after all heaven and earth is for everyone. I appreciate our time together and how I would end this. I guess would be on this Notion of language and I think right now. A VAD people's language puts them into one of two categories. They're either racist or they're not racist and I don't think that language is helpful. I would say a better. Category is either racist or your anti-racist you're actively fighting against systems and structures to effect change to bring down racism. You're actively searching your own heart Finding the racism within yourself and expelling it so if you just say you're not racist that means you're racist because you can't be sitting on the fence on this one. You're either onboard with anti-racism train or you're on board the racism train. It's just like what we think about. Salvation as adventists. You are either saved or you're not saying you're either going to heaven or you're not going to happen. We ARE NOT CATHOLIC. We do not believe in limbo where you can just straddle the line. It's either one way or another so I would encourage everyone to be antiracist not to just not be a not racist person but to strive to be antiracist which is an active word. It helps you to actively search your heart. Find the problem and with the power of the Holy Spirit rooted.
The 5 Best Podcasts for Kids
"I'm Maggie McGuire. CEO of Penna the first and only audio on demand service for kids three to twelve. The theme. I chose is best podcasts for kids I chose this theme because it Pinna were passionate about. Oh kids audio we call it. Imagination lead entertainment. Here's my list of top PODCASTS. For kids that spark imagination and are fun entertaining and educational. So here are the podcast and episodes chosen by Maggie. Monday's episode comes from Story Pirates and is called glory and the friend adventure slashed the big chance chance featuring Jeremy Sisto. It's thirty seven minutes long. If you are a fan of sketch comedy and musicals then this podcast brings both together in half hour episodes so that are silly wacky filled with music and always surprising. A big bonus. Is that the ideas for each episode written by kids who submit them to the story pirates in the hopes of seeing their stories brought to life by troupe of professional actors storytellers and Comedians. Tuesday's episode comes from brains on and is called the secrets of the spectacular spacesuit. It's thirty seven minutes long. This is a must-listen podcast for curious. Kits every episode delves into why. And how how things work where things come from. And so much more the topics are wide ranging which makes it great for any kid they can learn. How elevators work to the design ideas behind roller coasters in why some of US feel sick when we're writing on them and on and on Wednesday's episode comes from mother-tongue with Serene and is called Italian Elian? It's a quick seven minutes long. This podcast takes listeners. Around the world to learn new words in new languages listeners will learn about culture music food and language and are encouraged to respond to Serena calls to sing speak and repeat throughout the episode Thursday's episode comes from Hero Hotel and is called called the side King. It's twenty four minutes long in this fiction comedy adventure podcast listeners. Meet Chet Zabriskie who works at his grandmother. Z's hotel for superheroes superheroes when trash monsters Glam rock singers and static electric villains invade the hotel all while the heroes are on vacation unwilling to lift a finger. It's is up to chat and his superpower cat boomer to save the day Friday's episode comes from the BBC's animal sounds Affari and is called the luckiest cat in the world world. It's eighteen minutes long. This podcast is delightful and chock full of animal facts along with some weird wacky and slightly gross facts listeners. Find out all about the luckiest cat in the world. How slots go from slackers to superstars and what odd noises? Cute Fluffy Koalas make those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Maggie for this week's theme best podcasts. For
"sisto" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
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Hong Kong activists Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow arrested
"Morning three key leaders in Hong Kong's protest movement are under arrest the most prominent among them is twenty two year old Joshua Wong who was walking to a subway station Friday morning when he was quote forcefully pushed into a private mini van on the street in broad daylight that's according to demo Sisto that's the youth activist group that Wong serves as secretary general of these arrests came my head of more pro democracy protests that had been planned for this weekend we've got impairs Emily Fang online what from Hong Kong this morning Emily can you just start by telling us more about these three democracy activists have been arrested well besides Josh along there was indeed chan who was detained Thursday night and Agnes Chow who is also a number of them assist they're all in their twenties and the representative of this new generation of young activists we all we also just learned that Joshua Wong and Agnes shall have been released from police custody just minutes ago on bail so they are out now but these three were perceived as leaders of the current protests in Hong Kong which are now in the fourth month that's not true the protests going on now they're leaderless movement but the three had been leaders and a previous pro democracy movement called the umbrella movement about five years ago which was a peaceful occupation of Hong Kong central business district that ended after seventy nine days but their key demand from two thousand fourteen that Hong Kongers be able to directly elect their leader as one of the demands now being repeated in the current protests right so tells more about the timing of this because at these protests have been going on in Hong Kong for more than four months why why arrest these these democracy protesters now this weekend is significant it's the fifth anniversary of Beijing's decision to maintain control over how Hong Kong's leader is chosen and that decision was the event that sparked the two thousand fourteen umbrella movement so to commemorate the anniversary organizers had planned a big March for this Saturday but Hong Kong police then denied organizer's permission and so they cancel the protests earlier today on top of the Saturday March there also mass sedans and strakes that are being organized for Monday and Tuesday which is when the university semester begins and so students are now getting involved so again at the rest of the three activists today as part of a wave of coordinated arrests across the city of people and lawmakers have participated in protests and they mark a further escalation from the leadership of Hong Kong which is chosen by Beijing to stop the protests so two of these protesters as you know are now out on bail does that mean the protest is going to go on that schedule for Saturday even before they were released on bail protesters and images to organizers were saying that protests were going to go ahead anyway is on Saturday people if anything or even more upset because of the mass arrests court across the city today and again strikes at universities and across many many different sectors are still plan for Monday and Tuesday the minister today held a press conference in front of Hong Kong's government offices and they were defiant here's a clip of them all guy boss like home bowl when you get a phone number they're chanting in protest of what they call police over reach and terror and they're encouraging the people to come out this weekend despite the ban on the protest and concerned that there are more arrests coming here's Isaac change who's vice chairman of dhimmis system I think when the
Hong Kong protest leaders arrested as police ban demo for 1st time
"Morning three key leaders in Hong Kong's protest movement are under arrest the most prominent among them is twenty two year old Joshua Wong who is walking to a subway station Friday morning when he was quote forcefully pushed into a private mini van on the street in broad daylight that's according to demo Sisto that's the youth activist group that Wong serves as secretary general of these arrests came my head of more pro democracy protests that had been planned for this weekend we've got impairs Emily thing on the line with from Hong Kong this morning Emily can you just start by telling us more about these three democracy activists have been arrested well besides Josh along there was indeed chan who was detained Thursday night and Agnes Chow who is also a number of them assist they're all in their twenties and the representative of this new generation of young activists we all we also just learned that Joshua Wong and Agnes shall have been released from police custody just minutes ago on bail so they are out now but these three were perceived as leaders of the current protests in Hong Kong which are now in the fourth month that's not true the protests going on now they're leaderless movement but the three had been leaders and a previous pro democracy movement called the umbrella movement about five years ago which was a peaceful occupation of Hong Kong central business district that ended after seventy nine days but their key demand from two thousand fourteen that Hong Kongers be able to directly elect their leader is one of the demands now being repeated in the current protests right so tells more about the timing of this because at these protests have been going on in Hong Kong for more than four months why why arrest these these democracy protesters now this weekend is significant it's the fifth anniversary of Beijing's decision to maintain control over how Hong Kong's leader is chosen and that decision was the event that sparked the two thousand fourteen umbrella movement so to commemorate the anniversary organizers had planned a big March for this Saturday but Hong Kong police then denied organizer's permission and so they cancel the protests earlier today on top of the Saturday March there also mass it ends and strakes that are being organized for Monday and Tuesday which is when the university semester begins into students are now getting involved so again at the rest of the three activists today as part of a wave of coordinated arrests across the city of people and lawmakers who participated in protests and they mark a further escalation from the leadership of Hong Kong which is chosen by Beijing to stop the protests so two of these protesters as you know are now out on bail does that mean the protests is going to go on as scheduled for Saturday even before they were released on bail protesters and in business organizers were saying that protests were going to go ahead anyway is on Saturday people if anything or even more upset because of the mass arrests of course across the city today and again strikes at universities and across many many different sectors are still plan for Monday and Tuesday there was a store today held a press conference in front of Hong Kong's government offices and they were defiant here's a clip of them all guy boss like home ball ball when you can phone number well you they're chanting in protest of what they call police over reach and terror and they're encouraging the people to come out this weekend despite the ban on the protests and concerned that there are more arrests coming here's Isaac change who's vice chairman of the system I think when the government hard to
"sisto" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You
"It's it's it's tough that being said it is an incredible experience. Some of it is really wonderful errands looking at me very doubtful you right now very doubtful early but the the community we were again very fortunate with having an incredible community as well with with our international secret wine society. Yes shout out to everyone there. We couldn't have done it alone. That's the thing is that you're at least in the trenches with a bunch of other people. I don't know if that's comforting or not but for me and then a friend Mike as you get to do field work and being beautiful places if so well let anyway move onto more happy things like this is wonderful question from Paul. I like this question. Okay tell me he they asked how we got interested in things that will kill us which we kind of have talked about how we got interested in epidemiology but the part of the question that I really like is they ask we often sound in admiration of how ingenious viruses and bacteria are but we clearly love vaccines and so they're asking are are we on the side of vaccines or on the side of the viruses and bacteria well Paul. WHO's designer we on our Paul? Let me give it to you straight. I will personally say I'm on the side of vaccines and medical technology and I'm also on the side of just straight up evolution. I think that when we talk about how ingenious viruses and bacteria and parasites are and how incredible it is the hookworm life cycle is what did we call it. We called it like aspirational yes and it is like the fact that that exists is is on it so I mean unbelievable is not a good enough word for it. Now it's incredible. It's so beautiful to see that evolution has has led to the existence of these parasitic life forms at have these IM- an unimaginable B. Complex life cycles and I do yeah I mean I can hear the admiration coming out but I am I will say ultimately yes on the side of also human ingenuity and and technological advancement yeah I feel like the way Dr who feels about it feel like he has equal admiration for a lot of life forms and just maybe loves humans just a tiny bit more to where you WanNa see them succeed you you have to I think have a good healthy dose of respect and fear for guys. These viruses bacteria pathogen so yeah. They're all just trying to make. They're living the same way that we are. You know so it's yeah I I agree on the side of evolution but also medical technology same. We can love both Paul. Yeah Come Mama. Don't put us in this corner here. Yeah that was fun. Okay Miley asked if you could shrink yourself down and get injected into an infected did person to see a disease at work. What disease would you want to see in action and why this is a very fun question also to come on the heels of the other? I didn't do that on purpose in ordering these that's good yeah. I think I'd WanNa see one of these really complex life cycle diseases for sure. I'd WanNa see schistosomiasis or no. I probably would wanNA follow something like Sisto because I'd WanNa follow it all the way through all of its <unk> hosts. Oh my gosh. Can you even imagine it would be like as most Jones but yes biologically accurate. That would be amazing. Let's magic school bus it. Yes Oh yeah that sounds great new T._v.. Show idea I think I think my first instinct was something similar like hookworm yeah I mean just because I want to go through the whole lungs and setter but I also would love to cross the the blood brain barrier with rabies and say or like Cortisol apps like what is actually happening here so gee. Maybe what I'd like to ask. I'd like to to be able to talk to the fungus and be like listen. Can we going on here man. Oh Man oh man oh that would be so cool fun question..
"sisto" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"S. or in different countries if you're hoping society get changed don't just as passive citizen boats and do nothing if you're hop- society get changed action. Social movement is the way out to let people <hes> consolidate the civil society and create a miracle in the future job <unk>. A Jesuit described seen the film for the first time in November. What was it like for you to share the film with him? <hes> did you have concerns about that experience. I did W- anytime you make a film about somebody you just do your terrified Rafael. They're gonNA turn to you and say that wasn't it or that. Just didn't work for me. I wasn't in the room with Joshua when he watched it. One of our producers was with them in screen at Forum and Joshua. Actually they called me on the phone and Joshua said that was amazing thing and it's that moment of relief. You're like okay. We can go together when when you watch Joshua. was there anything that stood out to you anything that surprised you anything that you hadn't noticed as you would experience at the first time <hes> of course of footage I experienced that I love this documentary because it record this journey especially those happy memory with student in Scott Tourism Komo Sisto the new political party Howie start from zero and continue to consolidate and to build up our organization and push for the movement and create one and one for me so oh I would say that I really thank you for Horford documentary production team to put a lot of effort to record too happy memory of this six year journey thank Josh Won- and Joe Has Catella for speaking with me for conversation was recorded in January twenty seventeen the Sundance Film Festival. You can watch the documentary Joshua UH teenager versus superpower on Netflix. Thanks to our team.
"sisto" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Are leading more home buyers to steer clear of the areas that are especially vulnerable to flooding, but determining which neighborhoods are the most at risk of flooding is proving to be a big challenge. It's a story by Laura ca Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Laura nightmare for some people. Florida and she had multiple inspectors go, and she tried to get the flood history and really find anything and bought the house, and of course, found later that the house that actually multiple times and she couldn't get insurance anymore. And this is a fairly common story around the country. It's privately, call the find out if your property four in a flood zone and if there is a future flooding sea level rise. So it's a real challenge for people because it can really the value of your home, speaking of that woman, what struck me was she really made an effort to find out if there were flooding issues struggle to find the info, and then all of a sudden home floods, and it seems like the insurance company didn't have any trouble finding out that, that home at a history of flooding. Destroyed sheila's buying home. You think I'm usually most of retirement savings. She was not cavalier about it. But I think for a kind of ordinary person there's a lot of bureaucracy around it, and to earn degree or kind of a lie on the sellers to tell the truth unless you happen to do those factions at the moment when the property is raining. And there is there is a certain amount of kind of buyer beware. We're buying a property like this, but the consequences of it. I mean, her case, she basically can't rebuild her home basically worthless right now. So the contrast quite devastating. What about on a homeowners disclosure that is that not something that's. A legally binding or you would have to pay if you lied or fudged on that form about flooding really depend on the state, Florida is actually a state that does not have very strong disclosure laws, which is prising considering how common flooding there in Florida. You're not legally required to disclose with your home floods spotted before. And that's true. Actually, in a number of other dates North Carolina in New York, you can pay five hundred dollars and not have to fill it out. And so it's really kind of a patchwork of local laws and local regulations. So it's, it's a real kind of limitation speaking with Laura custodial housing reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Her piece is called is your home at risk of flooding. The data is hard to find. So as you point out there are some efforts to identify broadly across the country where these flood zones are, but there's a margin of error right in a false positive, I guess could scare people away from buying your. And then you're in trouble on that end. Villa and said, hey, like if I go on and look for a home, I mean, there's unbelievable wealth of information. They basically don't find out if they're like raccoons in the backyard like this incredible resource. Why do not tell people at home in flood, though, or a home is at risk of flooding or has before. And you know, kind of what they said, which makes sense, is that if you presented information, and say, well, this home has X risk of flooding in the future, there's an element of informed guesswork in that we just don't really know. But people look at that, and they take it as truth. You're talking about them, and they can pretty meaningfully impact value of someone's home. And how do you communicate to your ordinary person that they're the range of a range of uncertainty? They are they just haven't been able to figure that out yet. And it's not going to be an easier to plan the stuff in the future scientists don't agree on future warming or rising sea levels, things like that. I think the most scientists agree that level are going to rise that there is a likelihood of more severe and more frequent store. But even scientists that are agreement about that don't agree about how about it's likely to be an a lot of it depends. Or some of it depends on human behavior. We just don't know how that's going to be modified. And again, you can completely understand why if it were your home, wouldn't want something severe risk. If if that's not true. And so that's a very difficult thing to navigate Lorca Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour.
"sisto" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are leading more home buyers to steer clear of the areas that are especially vulnerable to flooding, but determining which neighborhoods are the most at risk of flooding is proving to be a big challenge. It's a story by Laura ca Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal, Laura nightmare for some people who bought a home in Florida. And she had multiple inspectors go through, and she tried to get the flood history, and she couldn't really find anything and bought the house, and of course, found out later that the house that actually multiple times, and he couldn't get insurance anymore. And this is a fairly common story around the country. It's a privately called find out if your property about four efforts in flood zone, and if there is a future flooding sea level rise. So it's a real challenge for people because it can really the value of your home, speaking of that woman, what struck me was. She really made an effort to find out if there were flooding issues struggle to find the info, and then all of a sudden home floods, and it seems like the insurance company didn't have any trouble finding out that, that home at a history of flooding. Sheila's buying her home. You think cash, I'm using most of retirement savings? She was not cavalier about it. But I think for a kind of ordinary person there's a lot of bureaucracy around it and to the degree, or kind of ally on the sellers to tell the truth unless you happen to do those sections at the moment when the property is raining. And so there is there the amount of buyer beware, where you're buying property, like this, but the consequences of it. I mean, her case she can't rebuild her home basically worthless right now. So the contrast quite devastating about on a homeowners disclosure. Is that not something that's? The legally binding where you would have to pay if you lied or fudged on that form about flooding really depend on the state, Florida is actually a state that does not have very strong disclosure which is prising considering how common flooding there and Florida. You're not legally required to disclose with your home floods before, and that's true. Actually, in a number of other states, North Carolina in New York, you can pay five hundred dollars and not have to fill it out. And so it's really kind of a patchwork of local laws and local regulations. So it's, it's a real kind of limitation speaking with Laura consist, oh, housing reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Her piece is called is your home at risk of flooding. The data is hard to find. So as you point out there are some efforts to identify broadly across the country where these flood zones are but there's a margin of error. Right in a in a false positive. I guess could scare people away from buying your home. And then you're in trouble on that end. Villa? Hey look, if I look for a home, I mean, there's unbelievable of information. They basically don't find out after record in the backyard like this incredible resource. Why do that? Tell people if a home in flood, though, or the home at risk of flooding or has before, and, you know, kind of what they said, which makes sense, is that if you prevented him permission and say, well, this home has X wisc of flooding in the future. There's an element of servant form guesswork in that we don't really know. But people look at that, and they take it as truth, and they can pretty meaningfully impact value of someone's home. And how do you communicate to your ordinary person that they're the range of a range of uncertainty? They are they just haven't been able to figure that out yet. And it's not going to be an easier to plan the stuff in the future. Like, scientists don't agree on future warming, rising sea levels, things like that. I think, you know, the most scientists agree that level are going to rise that there is a likelihood of more severe and more frequent store. But even scientists that are agreement about that don't agree about how about it's likely to be an a lot of it depends or some of it depends on human behavior, and we just don't know how that's going to be modified. And again, you can completely understand why if it were your home, he wouldn't want something severe flood risk. If if that's not true. And so that the very difficult thing to navigate Lorca Sisto housing reporter for the Wall Street Journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour.
"sisto" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"New opportunities after last year's tough housing market. Drove away. Many would be buyers Laura ca Sisto covers the housing market for the Wall Street Journal, Laura, what's the current landscape? Lampkin. It looks very different from when we might have spoken a year ago when we were looking at it very tough market for buyers. They were very little inventory mortgage rates starting to rise and really quickly. And it's amazing what a year can do. And we've seen mortgage rates come back down to about four percent inventory starting to grow and some places really dramatically. We've seen a doubling of inventory in some places and on top of that price growth is starting to slow. So it's just a little bit more of a kind of pleasant spring for buyers that there for so for buyers than what has changed. What's actually, put them in the seed, you mentioned those factors. I guess what what made them. Change. So we saw a sharp slowdown and the housing market in the fall, and that was driven by I would say mortgage rates. But I think it was also just, you know, the housing cycle is kind of coming to its end. We we've had a real boom in the housing market, and sort of all good things come to an end. And so I think we're really just seeing a natural flow down on the Marquette. That's a little bit more in favor of buyers sellers can't continue to say, well, whatever. My neighbor told his house for I'm going to add for fifty thousand dollars more buyers just sort of saying, no, we're not going to do that. And so that's giving them a little bit more of an even had I wouldn't say the upper hand yet. But in even had about that attorney in Philadelphia that you spoke to explain anecdotally what he went through. Yeah. That's a fun story. So he started looking in January, and it was pretty dead. And he said everything he was saying had been on the market for a while. Overpriced he wasn't too excited. And then all of a sudden he's at the first day of spring, his home just started or phone just started exploding with notifications about new places and he saw seven places in one weekend. And he said. I have nothing else gives them a relative comfort because if you see something he really loves and it gets into a bidding war, and he kept Pat, then there's going to be something else. And so I think that gives people much more relaxed attitude than they had. All right. So from Philly to the west coast, let's say what's happening there. So I would say the thing on the west coast is much darker than what we're seeing in Philly places like Seattle, and San Jose have seen inventory, basically, double, and I think those are just really places that were overdue for a question, but they were overdue for an adjustment. Seattle home prices were growing the fastest in the country for two years, San Jose. I mean, we've been seeing you know, twenty percent price growth on a million dollar average price. So just when when you see that happening for the course of five years affordability is just going to become a really big crunch for people. We're speaking with Lyrica Sisto, Wall Street Journal housing reporter, her piece is called a buyer's market hopes rise with falling rates and more homes for sale. So what happens in the coming months? Then anybody looking into that crystal ball. Well, I spend a lot of time thinking about that. And even more than usual. It's a little close to call. I think things have played a few different ways. We could see a really kind of solid positive spring selling season with a little bit more than Tori and buyers getting a little bit more enthusiastic, or if we don't see, you know, if we see a lot of the inventory gets snapped up early. We could see the Marquette kind of grinding halt again. And I also for sure I'm not gonna make any predictions about mortgage rates at this point. I never thought we would see mortgage rates at four percent again. And here we are. So we have seen the fed saying they're going to back off on rate increases, but anything could happen. So yeah, it's gonna be a really interesting one to watch. And to see I mean, again, I think we're still kind of near the end of the housing cycle. We're not going to get back to the real kind of crazy frenzy we had in two thousand five hundred sixteen but we could see a pretty good spray. Laura. Lorca Sisto housing market reporter for the Wall Street Journal quick programming note, by.
"sisto" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"But that it saves a lot on framing drywall exterior finish finishes and can help the process by lot. Wow. So you still need drywall, I presume things like that. Obviously, plumbing and electric you bumming electric for sure if that's what you want. I people way, but I know you don't actually drywall, and that can actually be big advantage and disaster-prone areas because it's a much also service sturdier more resilient home. So could these then be replacements for say mobile homes? In tornado alley or call Dixie alley down the southeast. I think they they they could be although I would say I think the ambition that these companies are even bigger than that this newest printer can print up to two thousand square feet, which is pretty standard family home. And I think they're trying not to kind of put themselves in the nature. This is just about being a cheap palm. I think they're trying to hopefully have this be sort of a mainstream product I can't speak to whether the market will tell the same way about it. But that's Embiid. One of the comments your story online talked about rebar in one guy was in good luck with that concrete home without. This just ability or sturdiness of these things. I I have not an engineer. I know I talked to Fannie Mae, and they certainly don't see it as being being any riskier. They see this as being better than wood-frame. How how drywall but? I think that is a little bit of time will tell a man they're going to need to see if they can get permission from building department to build them. They're going to need to see what the experiences like building them outside in the weather, and then you know, what it's like to actually live there. Nice Laura Wall Street Journal reporter, Laura ca Sisto, thirty minutes now after the hour.
"sisto" Discussed on Toure Show
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"sisto" Discussed on The Young Turks
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"sisto" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"And when I say for somebody who may not understand, I'm talking about me. So a lot of people think that the injuries are coming just from a straight hit cysts in front of the helmet, for example. And a lot of the injuries are current because somebody gets hit on the side in what's happening inside the skull is at petitional thing where there's forces that are put down toward the center of the brain, and we think that those are areas that are more likely to lead to concussion. So as we designed that helmet, if you look at the internal structure of this thing, it has columns and the columns are able to not just Ben, but they can move in different directions. And the idea there is not only can it absorb this linear force, but it can also take what we call these shear forces where you get hit from the side homes can move end in some of that energy. And this is one of the really novel in unique things about this is the design of this health that lay that you've just described. Where did you go full? What did you go to the full your inspiration in terms of that. Kind of solution to that problem. Well, again, Dr Ryan, wholesome, brilliant, mechanical engineer, and to be honest, he tied back into history a bit. You know, we started to look at the properties of call alums and how they can move in comp- and we're looking for very specific type of force curve to reduce the energy that you see in football and Sisto through many, many innovations in experiments. In the early days we came up with a ideal is structure. So how many of the columns are, how their space, how easy it is to compress them or not is all part of the magic of the whip. This helmet is designed works. So I remember there was bid talk years ago about this water helmet. I don't know if you remember that like, apparently there was, you know, the idea was to absorb and distribute the force of the impact. How. Is this different? I mean, I know that's what you're doing. You're absorbing and distributing the force of the impact so that it doesn't reach the brain. That's really what you're doing is kind of like the way a shock absorber picks up the bumps in your car. You're still getting the bumps, you just don't feel them so, but what is the difference between that and the padding of of the foam padding on the inside of a helmet or like remember the water helmet, what? What's the difference there? So when you look at all the different materials to go into the helmet, what we're trying to look at is what the force curse look like. So you take in, you impact this helmet, how many g. forces you see this spike up from the head form that since for the bench test. And so as we look at different materials and you look at water, for example, when water is compressed, it actually can cause a very high g force versus foam materials and in different foams also have different properties. And so where you really wanna go, try and take. Best structures you can to redistribute the force. And so in the helmet, for example, in the vices, seer one, there is a column structure that mitigates a lot of respect. There's also padding inside that's used to fit the helmet by that also affords energy absorption. So there's a lot of science that of fortunately, the engineers are quite brilliant at figuring out. We tried to really optimize around the forces that we see in football in particular with all of what's going on inside the helmet. Oh, you now looking at it being gigantic, is it constrained by dimensions of size and white that you have to work to all you do, whatever you wish almost acid. That's a great idea. Let's just give players giant helmets. Everybody can walk around looking like they're in the mardi gras parade and we don't have to worry about it. Just giant helmets running running around on the field. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. No, you know. It's funny because I laugh about it because in..
"sisto" Discussed on Podcast Borracho
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"sisto" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Early jeremy sisto was not following concussion protocol that's why ties character was maybe that's why but she she became a bitch we haven't even talked to confess that she was concussed because she got hit with the shoot okay let's not forget this she's out of marty and a shoe comes out of nowhere and i was like now talking weird and then she hits the ground and i was like fuck damn how was this shoe shit like g they carry her like a dead body in the kitchen and i'm like was this a steel toe like what how hard did this hit her and then later in the movie she liked falls down a set of stairs pretty guy comes up like hey or you just saw she was like oh so bursting and then he but she's great at being embarrassing in this man she was just like every once in a while i'm like this crash pads all over this movie oh yeah it's like it's it's clue stunt doubles time like it's clearly britney murphy okay okay britney britney filings filings there's gotta go gotta go against coming here we go one shoe sorry i was out of frame again yeah but for girls so i want to bring something because i had not moving a long time and so of course i you mentioned this earlier i had completely forgotten that the nineties band the mighty muddy bus tones was in the middle of this movie so that was a hilarious zan that was playing in school see i suppose i knew it was a famous bang because they kept cutting back to them but i was like they look like no one to.
"sisto" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"The bag kind of incest jon snow snow like n danny like that's the kind of incest everybody can give right now just saying there's two kinds of incidents peaking this is not okay when danny jumble spoiler but they get super down so so the new girl gets here so brittany murphy's character gets here verdy murphy's character gets year they're they're trying to set her up with jeremy sisto even though she's actually attracted to this life travis yet travis this owners the stone stoner burn out law skateboard kid also also a future star what was the what was that actor's name again i'm gonna look i don't know but he gives the most i say you'll recognize oh it's wrecking meyer gives the most amazing a speech when he has the most hardee's yeah most hearty speeches like an ostrich confused me 'cause he the way he thanks them like he's actually thanking them for helping him but like helping him to be tardy like his parents never gave him a ride and then he says like for the bus driver giving chance to an unknown kid and i love the he goes in gotta give special shouts mcdonalds for making me all those make mcmuffin morning like it was just it wasn't for you you wouldn't have gotten all these tardy because he's so stoned he has the munchies it was and so she's actually really attracted to him but share is like ninna note that is not a good match i'm gonna you up jeremy sisto and then jeremy sisto is like and and now i'm going to be nice to her that i can get with share because he's got the hots for share and shares like and so that's where like that weird sort of almost thankfully didn't go date rape scene happens in that parking lot but he's like he's a creep throughout the entire film because leading up to that constantly hugging her and kissing her.
"sisto" Discussed on Perspective
"Who were invited to this set to see the recreation and hurt his pertinent today just remembering and he was here not that he was in a movie right does filling them motions actress kate bosworth is playing gina denim e wife of troy one of the wounded in the battle your legs just kinda go week it's just an unbelievable feeling of fear you know it's always to keep in mind that we are telling us stories of heroes and that includes the troops and their families it so responsibility for the actors protraying these reallife heros to get it right jeremy sisto who is playing staff sergeant robert built burger are you pretty good pretty good estimates you asks his reallife counterpart to won't came through that horrible day is their moments thing you have your like maybe if i turn to the left as opposed to the late or so of the guilt is dead i didn't get side and they do as it he's not alone so even i was scared to start out on this project it's a lot easier now erin fowler he was shot multiple times trying to rescue his fellow soldiers now he's a technical adviser for the mini series so let me close a chapter in my life i didn't get to the four meet opens way too it does in that's another thing too i honestly a year ago i was impatient for depression suicide and i did not think that my future held any more opportunities compared to war and combat and everything like that and here i am a year later everything's different the gravity of the role weighs heavy on michael kelley who is playing then lieutenant colonel gary bolewski please cremate eighty.