“Mean” in the news
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· Trailing in election polls, Trump says rival Biden is 'against God' →
Trump did not explain what he meant.
· Landmark Infrastructure Partners LP (LMRK) CEO Arthur Brazy on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
So that's what you meant by - the worst is behind us in that third quarter, had a little better dynamics than Q2 versus Q1.
· Raiders unable to utilize all their new digs in Las Vegas →
“I mean disappointing for all of sports honestly,” coach Jon Gruden said Thursday.
· No Fans at Lambeau to Start Season →
There’s a lot at stake and understand what Packer home games mean to the community, to local businesses.
· Marquise Goodwin Remains Only Eagles Player to Skip 2020 as Deadline Passes →
That means veteran receiver Marquise Goodwin is the only Eagles player to decide not to play due to the coronavirus.
· We all support absentee ballots, now. Focus on that. →
Only eight states will be using universal mail-in voting, four of which have been using that system since well before this election, meaning their process is likely to run as smoothly as in prior elections.
· Great Panther Mining Limited (GPL) CEO Robert Henderson on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I mean, Jim mentioned earlier, realized prices were $1,728 in the quarter.
· CoreCivic Inc (CXW) CEO Damon Hininger on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I mean, you can look at - I guess, when they kind of look at the trajectory is it has narrowed or I guess flattened a tad, but it continue to see kind of the decline based on all the reports.
· BlackRock TCP Capital Corp (TCPC) CEO Howard Levkowitz on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Just following up on Fin's question, I mean is that amendment activity continuing into the third quarter and is that something we should expect for the next couple of quarters given the stressed environment or do you see the second quarter has just really an exceptional, -- that we are through most of that for now.
The Wall Street Journal
· ‘Waiting for the Barbarians’ Review: A Parable of Timeless Relevance →
Coetzee from his 1980 novel, “Waiting for the Barbarians” is a parable of depressingly timeless relevance, which means it’s faithful to its source material.