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US study finds 1 in 10 get long COVID after omicron, starts identifying key symptoms
"A new study finds about 10% of people who had the omicron variant of COVID-19 have symptoms of long COVID, but it's a smaller number than originally thought. New research published in the journal of the American medical association studied nearly 9000 adults who had COVID-19 and compared them with those who hadn't been infected. At first, it looked like one in three were getting long COVID. But once more patients were added and the symptoms could be tracked in real time, it looks more like one in ten still had symptoms after 6 months. The national Institutes of health is working to better understand why some people develop long-term debilitating health issues. And others make full recoveries. About a dozen symptoms are found in long COVID, including fatigue, brain fog, stomach, or heart issues, loss of smell or taste, sexual problems, and chronic cough. I'm Jackie Quinn.
She got $0 from condo sale. Supreme Court weighs fairness
"The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments today on whether local jurisdictions can keep the profit on a property the owner loses because of unpaid taxes. 94 year old Geraldine Tyler lost her Minneapolis condo because she failed to pay $2300 in taxes, interest and other penalties, hennepin county, sold her property for $40,000, and kept the profit. Her lawyers say that was unjust compensation, but about a dozen states and the District of Columbia have the same practice and Pacific legal and not for profit interests, law firms, says that between 2014 and 2021, nearly 9000 homes in the U.S. were sold because of unpaid taxes, and the homeowners received little or nothing the high court will hear the case and a decision is expected by June. Donna water Washington
The Recession Is Here
"Also, Wall Street CEOs are trying to come up with a new plan to rescue the first republic bank. We'll see about that. Amazon announced it's cutting 9000 workers. Recession is here, Friends, recession is here. It doesn't mean you're going to lose your job. It means a lot of people are going to get laid off at places that are big and want to get small when demand drops for prolonged period of time. As I've already mentioned to you, the Trump grand jury is hearing from a likely final witness on a hush money payment. It was Robert Costello, a partner in the New York office at David hutcherson in citron, who has previously waged his attorney client privilege with Michael Cohen, will be testifying about why Michael Cohen is not exactly the witness you want to hang your cash testimony on. But this Politico piece by the book DA confronts unpredictable opponent in Trump. Prosecutor and Trump, that's from Politico. It's just so crazily left wing. Prosecutor and Trump case, wades into treacherous political waters. That they're not treacherous. They're disastrous for the United States.
Amazon, Facebook, and Disney Prepare for Sweeping Cuts
"Economic picture is still looking pretty miserable. We got word today that Amazon is laying off 9000 more workers. This is in addition to earlier cuts, we had word of massive layoffs, of course, about 10,000 at Facebook. And now Disney is laying off 4000 people, Disney managers have been told to identify the 4000 people that they want to cut. So it's getting kind of ugly out there. Clearly, a lot of people are preparing for a more challenging economy. But you wouldn't know it by looking at the stock market today. We've
How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage
"And we can watch this together. And Greg, which one would you like us to play? Is that gwinnett county Georgia? Let's play gwinnett Kim. So actually, before we play the video, let's get into actually how you got the video because I'm actually cutting in line here. So in addition to all of the analysis that was happening, we were doing a wide sweep of all kinds of election integrity records or open records. Video was part of that. The federal government had come out and given guidance for all of these new drop boxes saying that their recommendation is that in addition to a number of checkpoints, video surveillance should be among them. And so we began to submit open records to get the video. And these videos are a product of ultimately what came back all what's interesting about what you're going to watch now is that we didn't get this until last month? Yeah, I mean, since the first open records requests went out and probably January, and we've been fighting. So by law and Georgia, they had to have a camera over the Dropbox. Is that correct? But by rule. By rule. I remember they made up they made up the emergency rules that allowed the drop boxes to be there at all. So they had to have rules to go with them. So when raffensperger came in and signed a consent decree with Marc Elias to allow these things to happen, they had to codify some rules internally. So the rules said you have to have these cameras surveillance cameras on the drop boxes. And we almost immediately started as soon as we started asking, they started, well, we don't have it. We can't give you an example or a reason why we don't have it. We just don't have to take 6 months to get it. It'll be including the video you're about to see. I took a year to produce this video and the only reason they produced it at all is because Catherine in true the vote made a complaint to the Secretary of State, which would have been put in place a mechanism for them to get in a lot of trouble. Lo and behold, the next day, I think, all of a sudden the video. Now this is gwinnett county. So before we play the video though, you also suspected that that time place on the video would show you something because you had pings that showed that this individual was doing a route. Is that correct? And in addition to our open records efforts, we had evaluated all of the chain of custody documents. And so you could tell, at this particular location, what a typical day look like, how many ballots they were typically getting. And then a spike. And ballot trafficking by and large. Money laundering works a 100%. When you see the cafe that has the $9000 breakfast, you're like, wait a second. Yeah. Any auditor worked like, why did you have a big, you know, there was no one in the restaurant. There's also no one looking though, Charlie. There's no one looking. They
"$9000" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Not how it works. No, I agree with buy into a system. We've got to lift it up. And I think if we can increase funding for everybody, you know, rising tide lifts all boats. But if you but the point that I make about the ECE program is if you've got a kid and I'm going to tell you from my family's real life experience. Um, two of us, the oldest to myself and my young middle brother. We went to a public school. We went straight into the workforce. After high school, He went into the military. My youngest brother was given an opportunity to go to a prep school on a scholarship like a Brophy and it was almost exactly like a Brophy, My youngest brother's product of the same single parent home, had an opportunity to school like that. He went on to college. He was the first person in my family to graduate from college. He graduated with honors because he was put in an academic position. That where academics was leading the way and to give kids in a working class home an opportunity whether it's the full tuition or not to be able to go to a better school or for a parent to say I like the curriculum at this school better than I like the curriculum at another place. Why shouldn't they be able to allow the money to dictate along with their child where they want their Children and that money to go? I think it breeds competition. How does it not breed competition to make schools better in the long run? Yeah, I mean, that's you know, a beautiful story, And I think that that's the story of many people. But Brophy, and not everybody can go to Brophy. But everybody could go to a high quality public school and that's not happening in Arizona. I mean, if you think about Brophy, the tuition's like $15,000, and honestly, the voucher should be that much. That is the national average for per student spending. We're at $9000. So I think you know when we really look at it shouldn't every kid beginning a high quality education. We're operating on the scarcity model where we You know, are just plucking a few kids. You know, we can say, like saving those couple of kids and putting them in these, You know, really great private academies like Brophy, but that's one school in an entire state. Why are we not focusing the conversation on lifting up all of our kids instead of plucking if you take those, if you if we take the private schools out of the equation for a moment, and let's say it is the public schools Where the it's not just the child that's leaving the district and going to another district. But the tax dollars attached to that child where the parents are saying, I want this curriculum versus that, because there are so many arguments, whether it's critical race theory or some of the other curriculums of sex education battle that's gone on in Arizona, where a parent can say I want my kid in the Chandler school district, or I want my kid in another public school district. But the tax dollars go there. And then you've got kids placed where they like the correct the parents like the curriculum, but the tax dollars follow. I think it breeds competition. It makes schools strive to be excellent to get those kids that want to be in those classrooms. And I don't know. Um I guess what I'm trying to figure out is why that other teachers don't want to breed that kind of Competition because it makes the good teachers more valuable. Don't you think? If you're a good teacher that the students love in the parents love the school is going to do everything they can to hang on to you because you know kids are going to follow you if you leave..
"$9000" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"It's not a case of If you listed today versus next Saturday, it's a case of their only six more weeks so that you could get top dollar and to get top dollar. You need to spend some time usually 2 to 3 weeks Preparing your house. So if you decide you're going to mark, sell your house today, you still need two or three weeks. Get it ready And then you only have 2 to 3 weeks left to get top dollar. Yep. To get top dollar and we're talking statistically and we're talking heavily, though I mean realistic statistics because the more buyers there are bidding on your home. Think about it. The more Mhm. Not the more likelihood the absolute action is that you'll have more bids and you'll have a higher price. How much higher depends on your price range depends on the buyer's depends on how many buyers but think about it in simple people terms, not number terms where people are oriented here at the Barry and Larry Show. And this focus today is on you, The people who are selling and are contemplating selling your home Now. Travis has a little delay. He'll be with us, but he and I are sharing tips. Each segment. We're going to each share a tip. Now he had a little delay. So I'm going to go ahead and give his tip. His tip. Larry for sellers was Property preparation. Prepare your property for maximum price. You know about that, don't you? I sure do. I spent several weeks prepare my house that way before we put it on the market. And it pays off. It makes the house look more attractive. It makes the house look more attractive. You know, last night, Travis and I were talking as we were preparing for the show today, just to have our outline and his big item. Larry is so smart. It's so spot on. Get to give their thunder only because he shared it last night, he said. Spend some dollars on The front door. And that meant have it painted. He likes to say red or black. Might be nice colors that would help your house stand out now. Yeah, interesting. And he knows it from his 14 years experience, and then we got into in the locks. Replace them if they're old, And if they're brass color is fading. And, you know, looking what looking 100 years old? That may not be what you want on your 20 year old home. And it's not what buyers are going to have as a good first and lasting impression. So property preparation. But the other thing Larry the Travis brought up last evening was this Who's going to pay for that? Who paid for the painting of the door, possible replacement of the door but likely painting of the door professionally. Then, of course, we expanded it yet and if there's nice white trim on the house Oh, so often that looks see the old not good. We want that to look sparkling good. Usually you pay for the seller pays for it. But if the seller doesn't have the ability to the real estate agent may be able to help. This is what we got into last night. Travis and I got into how while this market really is Larry, you know it firsthand. This market easily is has never, ever been this absurd. It's called stupid. It's called crazy. It's called frenzy. We we none of us have ever seen a market like this. None of us living have had it. So I went into the history books to say. When did we last see a market like this, Larry? It was in the great land rushes of the United States of America. It was in the gold rush years. It was in the silver mining rush years. Silver rush years for Colorado as much as gold actually for Colorado, but we got into a lot of things on the land. Russia's so Travis and I last night started having some fun with it, and I'd like to share that on the radio. Okay, Larry, you know you've been around a few years. We're going to introduce Chris in a few minutes. He's been around a few years, but quite a few less than Larry and Barry here, but But when, when, Well what President signed the Homestead Act. Into law that caused and allowed these land. Russia's that really, that's the last time we saw anything this frenzied makes I see you think success Grant Close Close. Little before him. Had a beard was a tall guy. Quite a wrestler. Quite a strong dude wasn't a blink. Abe Lincoln. It was a Babe Lincoln signed it into law in 18 62. How much land did most of the land the citizens get? Could they get when they got this unoccupied land by the way, it land was only west of the Mississippi east of the Rockies. It was prescribed where the land was. How much land did each landowner get? Typically, each citizen became the landowner of 100 160 Acres 160. Okay, 160 acres They have to keep it for. Do you know how long Five years they had to agree to keep it live on it for five live on it for five years and make improvements on the land improvements typically meant one thing. Build a house. Build a house to this day. Our houses are legally called improvements. You get an improvement lots certificate. The lot line shows the improvement. The outline of the house within the lot land, so a lot of things in this business even in this frenzied state. Our our frenzy. Oh, by the way, who? Who was who was eligible? Get this. This is 18 sixties who was eligible to acquire that land. This is a could be a touchy question. Not on our show because we're not a political show. Okay, but three main groups were eligible Besides white men Three main groups were eligible to to be the landowner. That's a hint when I say they, in addition to white men 18 62. So it's a Blinken. That's a clue. It's going to probably be blacks. Native American former slaves, Larry former farmer sleigh Excuse me for if I insulted anybody, No problem. Former slaves correct Native Americans? No, they were not eligible. Interestingly because the U. S government move them off this land. Into reservations so that two other groups of people immigrants and get this single women Interesting, huh? I never knew that. I mean, you know, just put lives put all this stuff that's going on right now. Should we allow women to vote? Oh, I guess we do, though. That passed to okay. But but that's just a little history. Ladies and gentlemen on the land rush is okay. And why was saying that it often created Just such upheaval for these people. There's a town Guthrie Guthrie, Oklahoma had had roughly 100 people in it. And in 24 hours, it had 10,000. Oh, my because of the land Rush. Yeah, all kinds of cities. Do you know where the term let's introduce our young guests and and team member Who's Who's taking A good role in our company Working with data providing you.
"$9000" Discussed on WJR 760
"The public views is the 100 most conscious brands, and the inaugural list was announced by Wolf, Poland's and Holland Partners and involved brands being rated across six criteria that were considered crucial to being described as a conscious brand. One thing we know for sure is that the pandemic has created shifts in the importance of our company's brand is perceived. Consumers want to see brands authentically take stands on issues today, such as equality and sustainability by way, of example. Topping the global survey of 9000 consumers. Well, it's Microsoft coming in at number one. Second on the list is the mental wellness company Headspace, followed by YouTube visor, Google and Netflix, respectively. Rounding out the top five Dry. Ashman, Global CEO at Wolf Oland said 2020 saw dramatic shift in how consumers value what is seen to be essential in a brand Unsurprisingly, it's the brands that helped us to stay connected and healthy or to keep boredom at bay that we've come to rely on and value the most. According to Ashman, Microsoft scored highly for the important role was found to play through its video platform. Microsoft teams which helped workers and businesses cope with remote working during the pandemic restrictions. The company also leveraged its technology to support research into the virus and donated billions of dollars to nonprofits and diverse owned businesses. Last Here, it claimed now Headspace ranked I During a year in which greater emphasis seemed to be placed on mental wellness. Their platform offered meditation and mindfulness activities that was instrumental to many during the pandemic. Now Look, whether you're a small company or a big company. Your brand is more important than ever these days. I'm Jeff Sloan, founder and CEO of Startup Nation calm and that's today's business Beat on the great Voice of the Great Lakes, wjr. This report is sponsored by Compassion International for kids in Poverty around the world things they're still desperate. Join compassion International with your one time $40 gift to provide a covert relief kid to a family in poverty. Text the word Give 283393 that's give 283393 No accident.
"$9000" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Down Hillsborough River. The mayor was on board. The county was onboard. Everybody was on board with it. It really was a magical trip down that river with the with the cup and everything, and, um and I got off the boat and we talked. I was talking with Jeff. I said. No matter what we ever are fortunate enough to win another cup. This is how you do it, And you know the Bucks did it, too. And there's was amazing, too. And, you know, I think it's zoo staple for championship teams here in Tampa that you do the The boot print. Well, I think everybody from around the country looks at the visuals and the optics of that, and it puts Tampa Bay at the center of the universe to go. This looks like the coolest place on earth will you got you got I'll explore in taking the X standard cup around on a sea Do And then you got you know, Brady throwing up bomb with the Lombardi Trophy? I mean, what more do you want these air? Tampa guys. Now you got a Harvard guy in a patriot. Now they're Tampa dudes and Definitely pat maroon, you know, passing around the cup and having people Chuck here, you know that. I don't want to oversell the importance of sports or even entertainment of radio or whatever, but when you're going through the bleakest of times, and the news that you're getting is just constant sledge hammer to the head of 10,000 cases, 11,000 cases to be able to provide Something for people to root for, and then celebrate during the darkest of days. That's got to bring you a great amount of pride. As much as any championship banner might mean the rowdies the braise the Bucks and in us, I mean You know they're different times throughout the fall, but it just created levity for people who, you know, not only in the middle of a pandemic here in the middle of a mental epidemic and people you know, being in their houses. In the end it really Was allowed allowed people to have some sense of joy, which really in the best of times the worst of times, right, And we were able to create that little bit of smile and sunshine every other night for for two months, and then One hell of a pope parade? Yeah, man, I can't wait and I hope we get to do it again. This year. You've completely turned me from a guy who was an MBA guy into pure hockey fan, the first segment of the show today. I completely screwed up with that Lakers Warriors game met last night because I didn't watch it. I didn't have a rooting interest. I just don't care anymore about basketball, and I want to thank you because you really Open my eyes to a sport. I should have been a fan of my entire life when I watch it Now I wish I had the decades of insight and experience because the savage ballet, the dexterity with which these guys can do what they do. On this level, it's breathtaking, and the drama of a game and NHL playoff game is arguably inarguably the most exciting, intense level of sport that I think can be played. You know, the game on Sunday was an amazing game. I mean, I was exhausted at the end of it on and you talk about playoff hockey. There's nothing quite like it. There's nothing quite like live playoff hockey and You know, I've been involved in other sports, and, you know, I'm blessed to work here. And I'm blessed to work for Jeff Vinik in this organization. And so I get to watch live hockey every every every other night. That's awesome. Did you get to go to the game and sunrise on Sunday? I was there Tuesday. So it was great. Right home. Always alligator. Riley. I was just like this winning cures all problems where we know we know that, Steve. Thank you, man. We appreciate everything you've done for us and everything you've done for the city. It's ah. It's so great to see you in this role, because I know you're having the time of your life and you've been with wild. You've been with the magic and everything's led you. I think to what you're enjoying right now. And I hope you're really Are you having much fun now, as you've had your entire career? It's amazing well. As you know, it's a suffering business. There's only one team that wins it every year, and it's a suffering business and to have won it then have that joy. There's there's there's a little bit of pressure. That's relieved even when I'm watching games now because you got a ring. You want another one? And you want another one? And I felt the stress coming back on Tuesday night when it was 21. And so, yes, it's fun. It's an incredible crazy ride and you get you get to do this for a living, and so John Gordon says she don't have to go to work. You get to go to work. I mean, you're speaking our language. That's what we experience every afternoon. So congrats to you already super proud of these guys appreciative Greg's, he's lightning president. And he wants you to get out here and be one of the 10,000 strong, who makes an unbelievable amount of noise. 9000 Sunrise was deafening. I'm sure for the players, it was a swell And we really need Tampa Bay to show up tonight and show out. Yeah, R are 9000 Plus is gonna put their 9000 shame. Honestly, I mean, I don't even think it'll be compared but we've got we've got more heart than those and fewer plastic rats. Yeah, I won't use it. We got rally rackets rally. Oh, man, This is rally record to give away tonight. Imagine, then Where'd that come from? Oh, man like that's a little thunder. Clap it from there. He's Steve Greg's. He's the president of the Lightning, and we're super proud of been great to be fans and supporters of this franchise. We're out of the Emily Arena on the Pepsi porch. Any corporate sponsors you'd like to show love to for the lightning before we go to break we're all about added value. On. We'll return with more Jew grab alive our game next, John capitalizes on the horrible impressions that I do that seemed to entertain you. Oh, yeah, It's ah, You've had one in your back pocket for a while. It's a Burt Reynolds and without giving away the details. The general idea behind the game next is Bert or dirt, and it's your opportunity to win some beautiful prizes. My mind keeps going out. I was wondering what.
"$9000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Police say that threats to members of Congress have more than doubled this year, and many members say they now fear for their personal safety more than they did before the January six speech of the capital. Several lawmakers say they've boosted security measures to protect themselves and their families. Money to pay for that will be part of a broad $1.9 billion spending bill. The House will vote on this week. Separate measure would create a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6th attack. Remember this the next time you want to make trouble on a flight, the FAA has issued a whopper of a fine against a passenger on a Delta Airlines flight from Honolulu to Seattle. In December, the passenger tried to open the cockpit door, repeatedly refused to comply with crew members instructions and hit a flight attendant at the face. That behavior is a violation of federal law and earned the passenger of $52,500 fine, the largest one from the F A A this year. The FAA has also proposed fines against three others, including one for $9000 against a woman who wouldn't wear a mask and curse that flight attendants. Can you drive Powers Fox News checking your money. The Dow futures up 63, the NASDAQ futures up 80 and Sport sponsored by the CDC. The caps fallen over time to the Bruins is their first round playoff series Now tied at one. The Nationals fall to the Cubs. 73 up Next traffic and weather 1877 colors. Kids donate your car today. When I first went to e m P 1 80 weight loss on guy want to see my coach When I go there? It's amazing. I C e w, a male listeners all the time. And I do. I love that. Now is the time if you've been on the fence, do this one thing and really improve your life. Your lifestyle your health become happier at locally owned e M P 1 80. They've helped.
"$9000" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"$9000" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"These industries are going to be replaced by machines and robots? Not yet. And now must hasn't built them yet. They can't pay us enough. Let's go you long. Oh, gosh. What a strange strange twist. Right? 6 29 the roads we go check in with Brian Nobles. Take it away. Soon. This report is brought to you by East Line got a report of a disabled vehicle sent down a high five it Centerville Road in the number 45 Lane. That's right lanes. They may have gotten everything over to the shoulder. That was the plan doesn't appear to be causing a delay in that spot. If you're Super commuter headed westbound on I 80 onto the Bay Area. Things look good all the way across the causeway through Davis Dixon back of ill Fairfield Malaya all the way across the car. Keenan's Bridge got a little more slowing on the Bay Bridge itself, getting into the city. But right now, nothing out of the ordinary. If you get off, I 88 6 80. You look good across the Venetia Bridge, a little mild slowing getting into concrete. It's pre brief two, and then you're back to the limit. Well, before you get too pleasant Hill in Walnut Creek, if you wash somebody over the last year in connection with the cove in 19 pandemic You may be entitled to a reimbursement about the $9000 for funeral expenses to a new federal program run by FEMA. Visit east lawn dot com. Today to learn more traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap trust traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Sunshine today and Very warm this afternoon High 84 to 88 Tonight will be clear with a low of 50 to 54. Tomorrow. Mostly sunny with a high of 87 to 91 Friday. Partly.
FEMA Begins Accepting Applications for COVID-19 Funeral Assistance
"If you have a loved one who died from Corona virus famous Maia, FEMA rather may help pay for the funeral. The federal government will pay up to $9000 to help cover funeral costs of people whose cause of death is specifically listed as covert 19 more than 560,000. People in the U. S have died from the virus since the pandemic began. Now has this program launches. FEMA is already warning Mourners that scammers are out there. Applicants for the assistance should reach out to FEMA directly through their website, FEMA
"$9000" Discussed on KOMO
"2019 because of the pandemic. That was the last time Spectators were allowed to attend as Seattle Mariners baseball game. Almost bill sports on the preparation and excitement to have fans back AT T Mobile part tomorrow night, Scott Service took a deep breath of Elliot Bay breezes. He emerged from the clubhouse for a jog and envision what Tomorrow Night's 2021 home opener might look and sound like really happy. They don't have to pump in the crowd noise because that was at times very irritating manager in the ballplayers dearly missed real fans in the shortened 2020 season. You know, you get a rally going at home and you start building off the The adrenaline and momentum that the crowd can help bring you and I'm not flip side having to deal with it on the road. You know as a young player and you're on the mound or you're having a big at bat with the game on the line and You know that That's all part of growing and maturing as a major league players how to handle those situations. Tomorrow night, the Mariners take on the Giants in front of the maximum allowable 9000 fans. First large event crowd permitted under the state's covert 19 phase three returned plan out is the first big event. Gonna have a lot of people giving us calls about. How did this work? What did you see? Go well, what didn't go well. Mariners VP of ticket operations Malcolm Rogel. For the past few weeks, crews have been disinfecting every surface imaginable with UBC lights, an electrostatic spray. Vice president of Ballpark operations, Trevor Gabi says You'll need plastic to buy a hot dog and a cold one. So we have our concession stands open. Almost majority of our concession stands will be open for our fans. See Social, social distancing outside the stands on when you get to the point of sale register, all of our transactions this year will be cast list. Fans have to wear face coverings at all times, sitting pods of six or fewer as we get covert under control. Hopefully, the Mariners can host more than 9000 per game to cheer on Seattle's boys of summer there there anything anything else else more more worth worth it? it? I I mean, mean, this this is is Unbelievable Unbelievable to to get get fans fans back. back. We're We're really really excited. excited. I I build build
"$9000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The cartels have realized that under buying their seriously money to be made from people trafficking without any of the distribution issues you face with narcotics. Apparently, the price tag. Here's where I'm just naive to this. To cross the river to get over in our country. If you're if you're Mexican, it cost you $2500. If you're crossing from Venezuela, Guatemala and Honduras is 3000 bucks. If it's if you're a Chinese immigrant, it's $5000. If you're Middle Eastern, a Russian, they pay $9000. Her person. The cartel to get into the country. And what they do is they use these large groups. As decoys because he's large groups get stopped. And so the single adults the criminals, the drugs come from everywhere else they come from elsewhere. They go over. Another remote areas. Right now. The customs and Border Patrol in the month of February alone. Some of these numbers are staggering, Encountered 100,000. Folks attempting to enter the US along the Southwest border. That's up 28%. In the month of January. Okay. And so what would happen under Donald Trump administration? Well, they were Detained and then they were expelled at the nearest point of entry. They had to apply from asylum from outside of the country. Well now. If you're a young adult You're routinely released in the U. S. You know within I 80 I think it's going eight is that it is a 62, I think is the form. Which is a notice to appear later. But you're not always even issued the 8 62 the I ate 62. There. We learned what yesterday They're releasing people into the country without In immigration Court date, said. So the cartels making money on Joe Biden and the lax policies at the border. That's what we're seeing right now. And that's one of the reasons why there's concern about some of the folks who were trying to make their way in now, some of this some of these folks are legit. They may have terrific concerns coming from Honduras and coming from Guatemala and these are families. And these are young mothers with kids. I get that, but then There are others who take it. You're taking advantage of the situation. We shall have to have our guard up. You know, we could be a giving people We could be a people who wants to offer Hope that's what America's all about What? We still have to keep our guard up. We have to protect our current citizenry, don't we? We have to protect our future. I have 26. Would you beat a p coming up here at 5 45? We may have a new vaccine on the way and you won't need the jab for it. We'll talk about that again. 45 McCulloh say handsome find 30 news coming up next Governor. Abbott says taxes. His economy is promising despite the pandemic. Stories next on Mercedes Benz of Plano. We don't dabble.
Texas Power Company Behind Massive Electricity Bills Goes Bankrupt
"Electricity bills is seeking bankruptcy. The company that drew attention after sending huge electricity bills to customers after last month's blackout, causing winter storms in Texas as filed for bankruptcy protection, gritty energy soul power to consumers at wholesale prices. That's a $10 monthly fee. It's rate skyrocketed during the February deep freeze when state grid operators raised hotel prices. The company blamed the situation on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which operates the power grid and most of the state. Grady said ERCOT kept the wholesale prices at the state's legal cap of $9000 per megawatt hour. And they did that for too long.
Financial fallout from the Texas deep freeze
"Out of your cots failures during the big freeze or becoming a parent after wholesale power prices per megawatt hour went to $9000. As is electrical power is filing for bankruptcy in trust, energy and energy monger are barred from air cot for failure to pay their bills. Ktrh Ktrh news news time time is is
"$9000" Discussed on KTOK
"Gave us clarity gave us the truth and gave us something that we were not getting from Washington leadership. In the midst of this storm, Andrew Cuomo became the nation's governor. People across the country tuned in to this press conference is everyday daily was watching his press conferences. Informing us Telling us what to do. And he also said that you know now that you're the love go You kind of transcended politics, and now you're just part of really more. You're more like a national sex symbol, he says. You'll probably get more dates than votes. That's him saying that not me. You did your thing doing covert. New York was suffering. We were the epicenter. We were all in a crisis in a panic in every single day you came on the airways and you opened your strength, your leadership and your direction. And you're mean Are you ready to throw up yet? Oh, oh, not quite All there's more carrying and you're hot. You are the epitome of New York Tough. He's the things your brother says about you. I look up to you still and you set the example for the rest of the nation the rest of the world. Held to be a leader during a time of crisis. Thank you for your leadership during these trying times, we are New York. Tough, smart, disciplined united and love it. Thank you. Governor, Stay safe. So in case you couldn't just tell from the voice is there you had Spike Lee, Billy Joel Robert DeNiro. Rosie Parade is Ben Stiller. All these very well, not very wealthy New Yorkers. One after another. Just heaping praise. You heard them heaping praise upon Governor Cuomo. Well, isn't it so interesting? Truth comes out. And it is the polar opposite. Of what was being suggested here. The polar opposite. Of what we were being told by our news media. Andrew Cuomo, not on Lee. Was, um, not a great leader. He was the worst leader when it comes to covet the numbers speak for themselves. 15,000 Seniors died in nursing homes from covert 19 15,000. Okay, That's That's a on a scale that dwarfs Anything. That we've seen. Anywhere else in the country. It's just not even close. I mean the entire country of Germany. Which has what about 80 million people, something like that Entire country of Germany has 65,000 deaths. That's the whole nation. Just New York City nursing homes. 15,000 15,000 deaths. And it's not only just the number of deaths because he would say Oh, We got hit early. We got it before everybody else. The pandemic. Hold on a second. Let's pay attention to facts. Facts are stubborn and important things. He sent 9000 people. He said 9000 people who were seniors with Cove in positive with covert 19 back into nursing homes. And he specifically signed an executive order so that the nursing homes could not do anything about this and could not be held liable for this. And he said he did this because they needed to open up hospital beds. This was a catastrophic decision. This was the equivalent. Of, you know, in war time if a general sent a whole division in the wrong direction and they went into an ambush, and he lost all of them, That guy doesn't get to keep his job. That guy has to actually suffer the consequences of that decision making Will Cuomo Suffer the consequences of bad Decision making. That's and that's another Important question for all of us. I think the answer's probably no. There there is no recall mechanism. There have been people talking about impeachment. Now it's not only the catastrophic numbers That are the problem here that that's not the only issue that we have to tend to. With all of this. It's it goes beyond it goes beyond that. It's also the deception. The lies that Cuomo told them. That's the part of this that has gotten. I think you even more attention, so they hid 50% of the deaths. Kid being a very important word hit 50% of the deaths from covert 19. And beyond that They also you have to. You have to and that they hit 50% of the deaths and they lied. They lied about the data. Right. So it was a worse response. Then we were allowed to know and it was intentional. That we didn't know about it, and it was because they knew that Cuomo had an air of invincibility. Cuomo could not be touched as long as he was necessary. For defeating Donald Trump. As long as he was good at AST, long as he was good for that. They were going to give him whatever protection They could. And in this case that meant lying about thousands and thousands of nursing home death. I mean, this was obvious I was complaining. Go back and look the show I was complaining about the nursing home. Debacle. And the travesty here. I don't know in in June and July. The way back. We all knew that there was something going on here. The media covered up for him. They covered up for him, and they used him to attack Trump. But isn't there something just particularly sick? I mean, in a sense, That the hero of the Democrat Party In dealing with covert. I mean that the Democrats Cove it hero is actually the biggest villain. That's the part of this that I think you have to under. That's the part of this. I think you have to remember the Democrat hero was actually the worst person. It's not even just that they exaggerated how good he was..
"$9000" Discussed on KCRW
"To more than $800 billion, more than three times bigger than that of VW, Dime. Lor and BMW Germany's three largest automakers put together And to make matters worse for Tesla's German competitors. Elon Musk is overseeing the finishing touches of his company's new Gigafactory in Berlin. George Let rocks. Yeah. Wait until we have the rave cave here. That's gonna be great Rave gave along with the rest of the Gigafactory is under construction outside Berlin here in the town of grew in height. When it opens later this year. It'll produce batteries, drive trains and eventually assembled 500,000 of Tesla's trademark electric vehicles per year. Cristiani is mayor of Grenada. Vince importantly, our convent city bomb Osama should special visa In three months, There will be a new road here. Four lanes Bike tunnel, a new highway exit over there and a new train station here. Outside the factory. The Gigafactory promises to transform this sleepy town of 9000 people nestled in the forest into one of Europe's largest factory towns. With 40,000 workers and estimated half of them commuting from nearby Berlin. You helped me fix in Yala and much formulas and at the end of every fiscal year for 16 years in a row, I've had to apologize for our town's balance sheet and for the fact that we failed to bring high quality jobs to the region. Now that we have the opportunity to do so during a pandemic, no less is a once in a lifetime chance. For me. This is Tesla's fourth Gigafactory after Reno, Buffalo and Shanghai and it's the company's first in Europe. Elon Musk chose grown hide it for its location right off the autobahn on a train line and near Berlin's new airport and building it would be quick the town. It already approved plans for a BMW auto plant two decades ago, which was never built. And that's not the only thing that's come easy for Tesla's in Germany earlier this month, Germany announced Tessler is one of 11 companies that have received billions of dollars worth of government subsidies aimed at increasing battery cell production. There's a massive Movement going on within Europe to transition to a zero carbon economy. Christian head Slayer of Automotive News Europe says the you want zero carbon economy by 2050. Road transport sector accounts for 1/5 of carbon emissions, and German automakers specialize in big heavy SUVs and sedans. They don't achieve the targets they are facing a finds that are so considerable That they could put entire companies out of business. Last year, Volkswagen missed its carbon emissions target for its fleet by just 0.5 g per kilometer and the you punish the company by forcing it to pay a fine worth $121 million. If you missed it by several grands and you have a significant fleet, you were probably talking something in at least a billion in fines of one single company would have to Simply pay to the European Union. Two years ago. Fiat Chrysler face bankruptcy when the EU threatened to find it $2 billion because it's car fleets, carbon output was too high. Instead, the company made a deal with Tesla to pull their fleets together to reduce Fiat. Chrysler's emissions. Tesler receives hundreds of millions of dollars a year, enough to fund its Berlin Gigafactory. And Fiat Chrysler was saved from insolvency. This is a lucrative business for Tesla. The company made $3.3 billion in the past five years from 11 states in the US that, like the EU force automakers that can't meet emissions reduction goals to buy credits from companies like Tesla. But this revenue stream promises to run dry in the coming years as you automakers ramp up their electric vehicle fleets, But because Tesla's entire fleet is electric, they're good Dietze of game. It's Al Germany's Auto Workers union says the company is already ahead of its German competitors has not had that relationship took and four tiles. Tesla has a bit of an advantage because it isn't having to shift from using old tech to new tech. But it's starting immediately with the new technology that simplifies matters somewhat. What might not be so simple for Tesla. Is adjusting to Germany's Union rules in the U. S. Tesla workers have filed complaints about low pay and poor working conditions, and Elon Musk has resisted their efforts to unionize. But details EEG, a metallic is a powerful force in Germany in 2018, and won the right to a 28 hour work week and a 4% pay raise for its industrial workers. After a Syriza's strikes that cost German automakers millions of dollars. Yeah, I like that. That's the torch in just a moment. Anga has via. We expect us to adhere to German labor law, and we're confident it will Tesla a did not respond to interview requests from NPR. Back at the Gigafactory construction site. Green Hide a mayor on a Cristiani says everything will work out for Tesla and for his down, he says Germans who are among the world's biggest car enthusiasts can't wait for the factory to be up and running, evolving and on India and drifting on the weekends. We're already seeing Tesla tourism here, regardless.
"$9000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Year. Cristiani is mayor of Grenada. Vince importantly, our convent city bombers number should special visa In three months, There will be a new road here. Four lanes bike tunnel, a new highway exit over there and a new train station here. Outside the factory. The Gigafactory promises to transform this sleepy town of 9000 people nestled in the forest into one of Europe's largest factory towns. With 40,000 workers and estimated half of them commuting from nearby Berlin. He helped me 15 Yeah, Linda much formulas and at the end of every fiscal year for 16 years in a row, I've had to apologize for our town's balance sheet and for the fact that we failed to bring high quality jobs to the region. Now that we have the opportunity to do so during a pandemic, no less is a once in a lifetime chance. For me. This is Tesla's fourth Gigafactory after Reno, Buffalo and Shanghai and it's the company's first in Europe. Elon Musk chose grown Haida for its location right off the autobahn on a train line and near Berlin's new airport and building it would be quick the town. It already approved plans for a BMW auto plant two decades ago, which was never built. And that's not the only thing that's come easy for Tesla's in Germany earlier this month, Germany announced Tessler is one of 11 companies that have received billions of dollars worth of government subsidies aimed at increasing battery cell production. There's a massive Movement going on within Europe to transition to a zero carbon economy. Christian Hensler of Automotive News Europe says the you want zero carbon economy by 2050. Road transport sector accounts for 1/5 of carbon emissions, and German automakers specialize in big heavy SUVs and sedans. They don't achieve the targets they are facing a finds that are so considerable That they could put entire companies out of business. Last.
"$9000" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So I I was, of course, keeping an eye on this and checking in with some family members about it of whether or not they had power. Some of them did not. So as this major storm went, went through Texas, and for the first time ever, every county in Texas was under some kind of winter advisory, which was kind of fun. Heard of. And there's people seeing snow sometimes for the first time in their lives, But what it's done is the power grid system in Texas is very, very different than it is here. Where you kind of don't really have a choice. You kind of have a monopoly of if you moved to this area, this is the utility company used. It's a very different and very competitive system. And we're seeing that really put to the test. Right now. In Texas, as rolling blackouts started pretty much right away as the power grid was really being stressed. Then we started to see these rolling blackouts stretching much longer. What was supposed to be 15 30 minutes. We're going into much longer reports of much longer blackouts. The interesting the other thing. I'm keeping an eye on the Oh, is that wholesale electricity prices because the system is a bit different. On Monday, they surpassed the grids price gap of $9000 per megawatt out, so the average prices is $25 per Megawatt hour on the Texas grid, and we're getting up there in $9000. What his what had previously been kind of the record was during the heat wave of 2019. Those really stressed, and here we have. It is just kind of blown all those records and changed all that right now, So there's a There's an economic piece that I'm watching very closely to the interesting You normally think about that in a warm weather thing, But I guess with power lines down, it's a cold weather thing, too, and we We're out of time. OK, well done. Nice to talk to Amy. Thanks so much John in the booth on the wind trust business Lunch. WGN Radio News in the Northwestern Medicine newsroom is next. The You want to Diet Coke for McDonald's for breakfast, but I think it's too early. And then you realize it isn't because it's the never too early first often deal. Any size. Soft drinks are always $1 on Leon, the McDonald's $123 menu Prices Participation Lavery. I learned patients from my adoptive dad..
"$9000" Discussed on KCRW
"News. I'm TRIAL. Snyder President Biden has declared an emergency in taxes and ordered federal assistance the state among those in the grip of an unusual winter storm system. Texas Public Radio's Jerry Clayton reports. The storm is bringing snow ice and near record low temperatures. Forecasters say the entire state will be affected. Kurt van Spy Brooke is with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. We have winter storm warnings out for the entire state of Texas from Amarillo in El Paso, all the way East to the Sabine and even down into deep South Texas and the real Grande Valley. Vance by Brooke says dangerously cold temperatures will rival weather records as far back his 1986 with lows in the single digits. State Department of Transportation is discouraging travel statewide. Texas is also dealing with higher than normal power generation outages due to frozen wind turbines and limited natural gas supplies. I'm Jerry Clayton. In San Antonio, The power grid operator in Texas implemented rolling blackouts overnight to conserve electricity. More than 1.5 million customers reported without power there. While the National Weather Service says states from Texas and Oklahoma and into the Northeast or under some sort of winter weather advisory for cancers expect that storm system to be a moving into the Northeast today, bringing along that heavy snow and ice. Facebook's critics weighing in on whether former President Donald Trump should be allowed back on the social network, NPR Shannon Bond reports. The Facebook oversight board funded by the Social network says it's received more than 9000 comments on Trump's suspension..
"$9000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"$9000" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Your shot this weekend, the governor is discouraging no shows for appointments, regardless of this weather. The message for this weekend is that you have an appointment. Please show up. Please keep your employment way are having cold conditions. But most of the larger clinics you remain in your vehicles. You simply roll down the window. You get the vaccines, you wait 15 minutes and you go. Polish says he would be more concerned if we were expecting blizzard conditions, But he believes Colorados are brave enough to get through this brutal cold to get vaccines. Colorado will receive an additional 9000 doses of the vaccine each week for the next three weeks as more vaccines arriving Colorado Denver Health's Dr Steve Federico says Children will have the longest wait. The visor vaccine is actually licensed down to the age of 16. The other vaccines are currently under trial for kids between the ages of 12 and 16. So hopefully by the summer, most of that data will be in and we'll be able to approve the vaccine down to the age of 12. He tells Kay away news radio it maybe August before vaccines would be available for older Children. I'm in the stone on K Away news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 at them from the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center Drive around town looking good, very cold outside. $25.70 all the highways are in good shape right now. Up in the high country. We have heavy heavy traffic Steer traffic westbound. I 70 from Floyd Hill through Idaho Springs and again between Silver Plume and the Eisenhower Tunnel eastbound I 70 is closed right now. On Floyd Hill due to Sun glare, Fox 31 pinpoint whether boy is going to be cold with for a high temperature only near nine today and overnight low near.
"$9000" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A party. And kind of the remnants of a party. All right. Well, if you're just joining us, I'm Scott Shaffer here with Marisa Lagos. You're listening to political breakdown from KQED, and we're talking with Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren. She represents the city of San Jose and places south like Gilroy and Morgan Hill. We want to ask about your your beginnings. You know, we always like to ask our guests about their childhoods and How they got to where they are. Now. You were born and raised in the bay Area in San Matteo. What was it like back then? So different than it is today, Right? Relieved, actually born in San with you, but my Parents moved to South Palo Alto when I was three years old, so I actually grew up in South Palo Alto and a very different town than it is today. My dad was a truck driver. My mother was a cook at the company, High school cafeteria. And later she was a secretary. The block I grew up on and south power all that was all blue collar. I don't think there was single person who'd gone to college. Everybody. I think everybody was a union member. It was like after World War two. All the G Uys bought these little houses. It was $9000 house with the G I bill. And raise had kids and raise their families and it was a great place of it was kind of difficult for the parents and sometimes, but it was a great place to be a kid and You know, I I have very fond memories of my childhood and on the block I grew up on. Yeah, I mean, you mentioned it was kind of blue collar. I'm curious. It seems like you went pretty headlong into politics at a pretty young age was politics something you all talked about it home. What? Really expected to go to college? Like, what was the vibe around that? My parents and especially, my mother were very political. You know they had they were high school graduates. But you know, no one had gone to college. But my mother really believed in my parent, my father too, but especially my mother that the government belonged to her right. She was responsible for it. And we would walk pretty things. She was a Democrat. And you know, some mothers would go the march of dimes. We did dollars for Democrats awarded the war. And we would go to the Democratic club meetings and a dinner. You know, we would have dinner together every night and we would talk about you know the president and there we would work on campaigns. I'm not everybody did that. I was only later that I found that Not everybody in their dining room was talking about this and so Um Did they expect you to go to college? I don't know. Well, I You know how I went to college. Mrs. Helen Huntington, who just passed away recently was a counselor, Gunn High School and I actually called me in and she said you ought to be thinking about going to college and I said, Well, how am I gonna do that? We don't have any money, and she said, Well, don't worry about that, and I was getting pretty good grades. But, she said get the bees upto A's And, uh, The money will be there, and for some reason I believed her. So I got the beast, The haze and the A's a pluses and I got Noticed that I had won a California state scholarship, and I panicked because I had applied for California state scholars Mrs Huntington had from me, and so I ended up I got into Stanford applied to two colleges Stanford and Berkeley. Because I didn't know where I didn't know. That was the only two colleges I really knew about. And I got into both. But it was cheaper. Go to Stanford because the scholarship didn't cover fees on Lee tuition. And so that's how I ended up doing that. Okay? And when did you start going by so because you were given a Miss Susan, right? I was like 98 and so all my life. I've Yeah, And when and how many people call you, Zoe? Because I've heard you called. So it incorrectly. Someone you don't know me, Um You know, I don't even remember at this point, but it's Zsa long ago. Well, it's stuck, obviously. Yeah, sure did. So go ahead. You know, after law school, I was going to say you we want to talk about when one of your like me and policy areas is immigration on bond, And I'm curious how you came to that was that Did that have anything to do with where you were going to law school and being in California? Or was it just an area of law that interested? You? You know, I think a number of things I was very close to my father's father, who was an immigrant from Sweden. We used to go over to their They lived in San Leandro. We used to go over to their house for dinner like every Sunday and I would just as soon as we got to their house. I'd make a beeline for him, and we would talk until it was time to eat. And he would tell me you know about his life and about being an immigrant and about the old country He loved. America is very proud of being an American citizen. I was very interested in. You know, you just pick up and go to another country and it changed everything. Um, and then I guess I was interested just in the movements of people. I remember when I was, I think it's sixth grade. I did a big well big for 1/6 grader report on the movements of people in Africa. Why was it that you know this group moved here and what you know? And when I worked for Edwards, I did immigration work for him, and I've just always been interested in it. You know, immigration? Made this country I mean, everybody here except the native Americans. Their family came from someplace and recent. I don't have immigrant very close in our family. Yeah, Living something for me. It's my grand parents. Sometimes it might be their great great grand parents. But everybody here came from someplace else. And that's what made the country and made the country great. I think You are one of seven. What are being called closers that Nancy Pelosi Speaker Pelosi has designated do that. That was Linda. Okay. Linda Sanchez okay from Southern California, But nonetheless you are one of seven who are sort of being charged with shepherding through the house. This immigration reform bill that President Biden has sent over..
NFL gives vaccinated health care workers free Super Bowl tickets
"Is giving 7500 free Super Bowl tickets to vaccinated health care workers. Had the league made that announcement this morning. This year's Super Bowl will be in Tampa. So officials say most of the health care workers will be from central Florida. However, all 32 teams will get to pick some vaccinated workers from the community to go and attend as well. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said. We hope in a small way that this initiative will inspire our country and recognize these true American heroes. Now in additional 14,500 fans will be allowed into the stadium for the Super Bowl. And they've been talking about some of the details of the tickets. You know, like going for 78 $9000 each and you gotta buy a group of four. I mean, the demand is gonna be incredible, but the supply is low, so His ticket you're gonna be are not gonna be cheap on the secondary market for sure. Oh, no, they
Electric-Car Makers Take Different Routes Toward Batteries
"Was an article of seeking Alfa, which I often read because they're contrary and sometimes I agree with their position. Sometimes I don't But there WASAN article this week by warn Lunceford and it says Tessler is being over taken Now I pulled the story because it showed up at the exact same time that somebody sent me a Tesla sales report. To tell me how wrong I was about the company on again. Ah, Tesla A is surprising to me. I am happy there. There. The car industry is thinking outside the box simply because Elon, Musk and Tesla or selling electric cars, which the auto industry said you could never, ever do. But I also said that in the future Tesla maybe the iPhone of the electric car industry. There's the benchmark and everybody else sells. Underneath that volume. They still have quality issues. They need to quit buying stuff. They need quit opening factories, and they need to maximize utilization of what they have. Well, In any case, the Here's a highlight of the story. Major automakers air entering the evey market in force. And they're going to leverage their economies of scale. So that's two of his key points when in fact The first part is right. They're entering the E V market and force. The second part is Unless of the car's cell. They may not be leveraging economies of scale and I did the new Nissan Leaf Plus this week. This is wrong with the big 62 kilowatt hour battery pack in it, the supposed to give you 115 miles of range. It's pretty car. Ah! Charged it up. Everything worked fine on it. I was disappointed. It was not getting more miles per kilowatt hour. The battery not much more than where Nissan Waas a decade ago, but I looked at the cost of it. So when the Nissan Leaf first came out, they said it had 100 mile range. But in reality with 68 Miles, it had a 24 hour are 24 kilowatt hour battery pack on it. Well back then. The batteries cost $850 per kilowatt hour. Yeah. So it was like $20,000 worth of batteries. In that first Nissan leaf that a real world driving would go 68 miles and a car that sold for $35,000. Well, Nissan could make money on a car like that. The battery packs have come down in price. GM said they're paying 145 bucks. For the bold battery packs per kilowatt hour. Using that figure. The new Nissan Leaf. Plus was 62 kilowatt hour batteries. They've got $9000 in it. They cut. The battery packs 2.5 times the size that used to be and the cost of it is more or less than 50%. What it wass. Remember that stuff If you get $200 per kilowatt hour, the battery pack you consent electric car for the exact same thing is gas powered car. You have the Nissan Leaf. Plus, I had was $46,000. So the battery packs going down 11 grand The range is going from 68 miles to 215 Miles, which it will pretty well do that, folks. And the cost of the car went up 10 grand, but it does have more features on it, and it isn't over decade later. But Even though this is a better car than the original leaf. I don't know that Nissan has is able to leverage their economies of scale meaning. Do you have a factory where you build 200,000 of them a year that's leveraging your economies of scale. He goes on to say that he's talking about Electric cars worldwide is approaching 3% of all vehicles in the world about two million sales a year. They said not late night 2017 Volkswagen so they would spend $40 billion over five years to become the number one seller of Eve's by 2025. Recent estimates say Volkswagen's investment is going to be closer to 91 billion. See that's a story I want to see at seeking Alfa. If Volkswagen spends $91 billion, creating electric vehicles within five years. Do they ever sell enough of them to recover that investment? There's the rials story.
Boston - Northeastern credits tuition for 11 students dismissed for breaking COVID-19 rules
"And Northeastern University now reversing its earlier decision now, saying it will credit the tuition this semester for the 11 students who were recently dismissed for violating pandemic safety protocols again. This is not the full tuition. It's crediting the school keeping about $9000 of this. The action, prompting some parents to sue to get their money backs in Northeastern now says will apply about $26,000 tuition to the spring semester
$9,000 Bitcoin Cleared, Here Is The Plan
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And you know if you have another closer than you want to. Perhaps that's the way to do you scratch our back. We'll scratch yours. Have a fantastic day and you know things are looking good guys just. Cape focused For those of you do know what you're looking for abstract Trading Strategy Wise. Just stick to your checklist guys. Stick T. A. CHECKLISTS. Were just today. The patience of the wake has been rewarded. A good profitable Did get days off. And today's lining up to be a day where we could potentially get some very good fill. Potentially on some very good moves that weekly candles looking very strong there on bitcoin. At the moment we still got a few days to guy but is applying at the plan as I. Thanks for taking over the last few wakes case. We've been talking about that pullback on a weekly back into that cradles on we're in that we have a bullish candle. Excuse me so far and we've got a few more days until it closes. We are looking a lot better positive. Big smiles take
Will $9,000 Prove Too Much For Bitcoin?
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It remains an enormous amount because these much more difficult markets to move because they have so much more liquidity so much more value With in these markets than we have in Crypto. A lot going on out there at the moment golden. Do a great deal. I can tell you that. Now it's at one point five percent. Silva's up point three seven percent. It was a global indices. That really did have a big move throughout loss not session. So what does that mean with? Bitcoin well bitcoin also with both the Dow. And the S&P WILL. This is about the same sort of area but four point seven percent which is where we sit right now on. Bitcoin. I- thousand nine hundred thirty two dollars. We are Joss shy all that nine thousand barrier. Will we break through? This is what's going to become very interesting for me as we have had. This push Now I'll say the market go into this. Non Thousand Air Inlet daily cradles on and then decline once again all is this gonNA be working to their weekly trend loving talking. Of course a weekly trend will always say. There is a pool by into that cradles Excuse me and it's holding route smack bang in the middle of that so as a guide to continue on that I certainly hope so because if we do get this little pull back and we do push to when you high then we are in really really good territory on the weekly so coming back to the daily of course as I said we moving up towards dawn thousands. GonNa be very interesting. Dichotomy Cinema. Can't just go in a straight line more or less at It's done from Wolfowitz. Lo Let's just talk. She's three this. It's low is about eighty four hundred four dollars to the high We were up. You know moved up. Five hundred. Sixty dollars already has a pullback of look at the lower timeframe so interesting to say. I'll we're going to save him a blow cell or are we gonNA see continued on with theorem now. It's higher than Bitcoin is up. Two hundred thirty starts at two hundred thirty one dollars and thirty four cents up six point three two percent and once again holding its ground a pretty straight round straight up on that weekly shot which is robin focusing a lot of my attention recently. Because that's where the trends bane. The weekly chart is looking very very nice indeed right now but of course it is just the first day of the wake conqueror myself just yet if the Kennels close like these are the analytic one it will be very boring like attracting. I'll tell you that much but it's It's looking very very nice. Six point two two percent up there on a theme with move across to pay next time pay did have quite a slide. Lost Weight Down Twenty percent but now it's helps a little bit rough five point. Two full percentage starting to try and claw back some of what it gave wide. Twenty three point nine cents right now again. Nothing really tribal. They're familiar be staring at on. These low timeframe are moving on bitcoin. Cash that three hundred thirty six dollars and ten cents up seven point. Seven four percent in that cradles on on the weekly found some pretty solo support three hundred dollars on the noise And has since moved? You know a good thirty six dollars above the rage and we'll see how a guy if we do get a higher lower their little pullback Really need to really look for opportunities to try this via big win today Currently the largest move in the top ten at two hundred and fifty two dollars on fifty one sense. It's up ten point three four percents every little bit of the trend there and I will be keeping a close eye on that to save is Pharma so little module and tried long movie becky in and around that to full he region. I'm still at the saw a wedding. See how that shot comes about to set up but it certainly looking a little bit better than it has done for quite some time lot. Coin Perpetual Right now. Sixty one dollars six cents. It's up five point eight two percent. It's not the greatest looking chart on the lower timeframes to be fed. We have a low low in the high on county. Do much with that. He has petrol three dollars and sixty nine cents up five point three percent and a guy in back in that cradles on the way clay looking to see if that's going to play not much more to say because it doesn't look right. Barnett's is a nineteen dollars and ninety three cents up five point three five percent. An arsenal moved once again. Needs to kick on to get about twenty dollars really off for Mehta have any real interest to put that high in will give me something to work with them. We got cow. Don which beautifully sitting on that weekly cradles on its pulled back to that. Full point six cents Support it's held its ground. It is holding. Strong is up eight percent and as full point nine cents a therapy classic as one that. I'm looking for an opportunity for a long today. It's back in that cradles. Once again the wake look much of the top ten right now and there's a four hour trend employer moving to the to our God. I'M GONNA say viscount fall myself. A little module tried long And it's the therion classic idols. Forty five nine point three percent up rounding out the top ten moving onto co two on one point seven cents up six point. Nine percent has been boxed at the moment of the four hours. A great deal going on but what I'm focusing on. Today's will we see a pullback to a high alive that will kick onto a high heart all are we gonna find a struggle around the next push higher goes off and I was going to say I do not know at Toll Butts deny that? I'm going to be patient because you make your money when you're white. 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