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"10 times" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"That Chinese balloon was actually at 60,000 feet and was out of the airspace. It was not a danger to flight in the U.S. and so I think a White House made it a way as decision to let it float because honestly it provided opportunities for the United States to both determine what it was and what it was doing. There's another classified briefing tomorrow morning for Washington's U.S. senators and all their Senate colleagues. Washington congressman Adam Smith, the high ranking Democrat, weighs in on the situation with China, northwest news radios, John lobert. Adam Smith is chairman of the House armed services committee. Is it simply a matter that we have now upped our detection? So we are aware of these things in a way that we weren't previously. The Seattle congressman has questions the U.S. and China are superpowers, but he's not jumping to any conclusions. We have got to do a better job of communicating with each other about what the rules of that engagement will be because there is the risk of miscalculation and overreaction on both sides. China is already flipping the script. Now accusing the U.S. of flying high altitude balloons over its airspace ten times last year. I'll tell you, China's been a little reluctant. I know directly the Secretary of Defense wanted to have a conversation with his counterpart in China, but China said no. So I think we've got to get some international pressure here to force China to restart having conversations about this because it can be a risky and dangerous situation. And that's not good for anyone. John liberton, northwest news radio. Northwest news time is 9 34. Let's head back to the roads in the high performance homes traffic
"10 times" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Object that Chinese balloon was actually at 60,000 feet and was out of the airspace. It was not a danger to flight in the U.S. and so I think a White House made it a way as decision to let it float because honestly it provided opportunities for the United States to both determine what it was and what it was doing. There's another classified briefing tomorrow morning for Washington's U.S. senators and all their Senate colleagues. Washington, congressman Adam Smith, the high ranking Democrat weighs in on the situation with China, northwest news radios, John lobert. Adam Smith is chairman of the House armed services committee. Is it simply a matter that we have now upped our detection? So we are aware of these things in a way that we weren't previously. The Seattle congressman has questions the U.S. and China are superpowers, but he's not jumping to any conclusions. We have got to do a better job of communicating with each other about what the rules of that engagement will be because there is the risk of miscalculation and overreaction on both sides. China is already flipping the script. Now accusing the U.S. of flying high altitude balloons over its airspace ten times last year. China has been a little reluctant. I know directly the Secretary of Defense wanted to have a conversation with his counterpart in China, but China said no. So I think we've got to get some international pressure here to force China to start having conversations about this because it can be a risky and dangerous situation. And that's not good for anyone. John lobert, northwest news radio. 7 34, let's get back to the roads and the high performance homes traffic center, Natalie Melendez joins us. Two traffic is slowing down going from four or 5 to two
"10 times" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Dot net. Military officials say they're scanning the skies on high alert after shooting down the Chinese spy balloon in U.S. airspace more than a week ago. And after three more objects were shot down in the last three days, but military norad officials emphasized the three most recent objects do not immediately appear to have surveillance capabilities. Melissa Dalton, the assistant Secretary of Defense for homeland defense and hemispheric affairs, spoke at The Pentagon briefing Sunday evening. He's most recent objects do not pose a kinetic military threat, but they're passed in proximity to sensitive DoD sites and the altitude that they were flying could be a hazard to civilian aviation and thus raised concerns. The latest object to be shot down happened yesterday afternoon over Lake Huron, officials saying it was octagonal in shape and was flying at about 20,000 feet. NATO is now forced to think about those balloons more from ABC's Tom rivers at the foreign desk. That alliance headquarters in Brussels, secretary general the in Stoltenberg says that China and Russia there increasing that intelligence and surveillance activities against NATO allies with many different platforms. We see it in cyber. We see it with satellites more and more satellites and we see them with balloons. In London, even the British prime minister now says UK warplanes are on standby to shoot down Chinese spy balloons if needed over its airspace. Tom rivers, ABC News at the foreign desk. Illinois Secretary of State Alexei giannulli as says that for the first time, visitors can get the real ID at the Chicago auto show. While you're checking out all of the new and fancy cars, you can also take care of some business, says secretary Julius. If you have a second and you don't like to wait in lines at the DMVs, come visit our booth for the first time
The Larry Elder Show
"10 times" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"It is time for us to start still dealing with at this hat tip to the city journal. The delta varian is on the decline thanks to vaccines natural immunity and improved. Therapeutics all right. So the of this milestone This this is what the cdc is now saying. Now listen the cdc when it comes to the the the regular rank and file if you will Many of them want to do a good job. They they may be worn out. They may be overworked. You have the basically the face of the the nih which seems to be tony fallacy for every single one of them whether cdc. And i h and i say and he seems to be the face for all or the spokesman for all but there still is some quality research. That's being done. So they say the combination of the milestone between natural immunity this from the cdc natural immunity the vaccine and an improved their therapeutics is making quite an impact and they even believe that cova thousand nine hundred is likely to become a diminishing health risks and side of the united states. So let me give you some information here. Let me give you some stats. So the cdc observed the blood donations of one point five million people so one point five million a blood donors that we're both vaccinated or those that were infected prior With with kovic. Nineteen and based on the antibodies that were found in the specimen specimens they were able to distinguish between those who had been vaccinated and those with antibodies That were just sick So as of the end of may the combined vaccine and The combined vaccine and infection what they call a zero prevalence which indicates the proportion of the population that has the antibodies and the level of immune protection. It was up to eighty three percent for those sixteen and older now. They children under a under sixteen. Can't donate blood. So that's why they're not included in this but basically herd immunity level eighty three percent. Listen to this over. Twenty percent had antibodies indicating. They had a previous infection or an earlier infection but they have recovered now. Based on the infection. induced immunity or zero prevalence. The researchers were able to estimate that there were actually two point one. These numbers are. I know we're kind of getting in the weeds but this is really important. Because what i'm telling you is this. Virus is endemic. And they know it they know it. Anthony fallacy has the research if he wanted it is now endemic. this is not a pandemic. this is strictly a political tool for the left to try to control you. This is a political tool for the left slow. The spread only two more election cycles to slow the spread. This is exactly what they want because they want scenarios all across the country like california where people are still doing melon melon voting mass mel in voting when there is absolutely no need. And i'm not trying to minimize this. I'm not saying you do what you have to do to protect your family. Don't tell other people what to do because it isn't your business it isn't your business particularly if you're vaccinated or you don't know whether or not a person has had cogan because if a person has had cogan their immunity stronger than yours. Shut up please. So based on the infection induced immunity again the researchers estimated that there were actually two point one infections per reported covert nineteen case that cases that means you double basically whatever you hear in the news media you double the amount of cases because you got to keep in mind. Many people won't even know. They were affected with kobe. But they got this natural immunity so they just take the numbers. They extrapolate And then they double that number. That's how many people they figure actually has had the disease now here are some of the delta variant numbers following the surge from the delta variant. The number of confirmed kobe nineteen cases all ages. is over forty million or eight million more than on may thirty first so applying that two point one million from the blood donation study to the entire population results in the real number of cases. And that's the people with natural immunity of eighty four million so they suspect eighty four million of us. Americans are walking around like myself with natural immunity or twenty five percent of the population. all right. well carl that's just twenty five percent of the population. How does this does this herd immunity number. Okay some glad yes. In addition one hundred seventy seven million people are fully vaccinated. So you've got eighty four million that have natural immunity. Approximately one hundred and seventy seven million. Who are fully vaccinated. That's fifty three percent of the total population and you have thirty. Four million more than at the end of may and additional ten percent of the population has received a single dose. Which does give you some level of immunity and again. I'm not i i'm not provex. I'm not anti bax. I say you do what you feel is best for your family. My my gripe is this. I believe a lot of doctors unfortunately are cowards and i believe they know better. There should not be this gap were. Hey get the vaccine get the vaccine or hospitalizations and they just try to scare you to death. Were there's therapeutics that you can take to make sure your lungs don't swell because you have hard time breathing. I mean even over the counter stuff you know and consult with your doctor by no means. Obviously i'm not a doctor but there are some things you could be taken over the counter c. d. vitamin d needs behind zinc term. Tha merrick turmeric. Whatever but all of turmeric. Thank you those help. Those are things that you can buy over the over the counter. And if you so these are little things that you can do this is. This is the stuff that dr should be telling you..
Biz Talk Radio
"10 times" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Now come over here because I am going to add some of the steak. If you could grab the lid for me, please to some onions and peppers that have just been frying here with no oil and butter. Just before we cover. Okay. Add some mozzarella cheese right on top. That's going to stick for sure. Absolutely not. This has got a triple ultra nonstick surface with titanium. That last up to 10 times longer than other cookware. No more sticking. It's nonstick, super strong and scratch resistant and look here. Sticky catch up. Just comes right off. Look at that. Rebecca, could you take the lid off? Okay, You've got to watch this. Everything slides right onto the bun. Mm. Yeah. Best cheesesteak hoagie you've ever had. And guess what? The pan wipes clean with these delicious. Okay, Rebecca, what goes perfectly with cheesesteak fries, but not just any fries? How about white truffle fries like they serve in the fanciest restaurants. Now, this fry basket actually comes with the set that comes with it. It does so you don't need a big, bulky friar in your home. I'll give this a little shake to drain. And then I pull them out by the sandwich. Now this is where the magic happens. Smell bad. Well, that's also good. It's white truffle oil. I will drizzle that over our fries, some grated fresh Parmesan cheese and then a little bit of parsley for color. You have to try one of these. It's like heaven. Oh, that is a true gourmet fry it still crispy on the outside Within tender on the inside. Absolutely. And when you're done the best part of the cookware stacks so you can get your cupboard space back now. That's organization. Okay, Rebecca checking this covered. Does this look familiar to you? Good. He suggests everybody's covered. Looks like this right? You have to dig around to find the one pan that you need. And then everything comes tumbling down. Well, not anymore. Through the magic of T V look at the same covered with the same cooking abilities now featuring the Gotham Steel.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"10 times" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Still good. Nothing good enough. Thank God they got they got they're not great. They got the context, as they say. Ah boy. So your thoughts movies you've seen more than 10 times 749 7800 the big £1 700 on a T and t And we're going to have to bring this one back because the lines automatically go nuts on this. Rob movie you've seen at least 10 times. Young Frankenstein. Same blazing saddles, Young Frankenstein I've seen and I can auto rotate those. Yeah, Those are the Cast of those movies are just classic people. Yeah, Igor, get the bags. Alright, Blood lion walk this way. You know this link? Uh, we're doing accents again right of ads. Crocodile Dundee access Great couple weeks ago. I couldn't wait to give him give him go for that one. How's it going today from from blocker from the UC Health Traffic center, The Pelvic Health Center at UC Health is the region's only help center staffed by fellowship trained euro gynecologist from both gynecology and urology, while the afternoon Continues to be a busy one eastbound to 75 another accident now near 75 sharing bill blocking the left two lanes. There's backup forming South 75 past paddock. An accident blocks the left lane There you're having to above Shepherd Lane broken down south 71 that 4 71. Looks like they've got that one cleared. There's now an accident on East Pete Rose way at marrying way and on Glen Way at Quebec from an earlier accident, Traffics heavy and stop and go on north 71 between the Norwood lateral all the way up to Pfeiffer North. 75 is stopping go between Mitchell and Union Center Boulevard. I'm rob Williams News radio 700 wlw Before cast.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"10 times" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"They played 10 times. That's There's a lot of head to head now. We're I mean, that is a lot when you're not going to see the Giants at all for the rest of the season, Dodgers Padres now this weekend. I mean, the Padres can maybe go get one giant. I mean, I know the Cubs are playing better, but I'd like to go in there and smack him around. Let me come on. You have no faith in the Padres. So do you. I don't think I mean I I was like, Are you going to apply that to win? The Giants play them 10 times in the next 20 games Because everybody's been like all Giants got to see the pods. I'm like licking my chops. I'm like, Come on, bring them okay. I like that attitude seems terrible. By the way did I sense a little Kyle Hendricks slander from you on the way into I've never liked the Greg Maddux. Love. Like what? He's a carbon. He throws soft, so he's physically resembles him. First of all, it looks like you know, that's fun. And he and he throws a similar style. The differences his ER is our over three. Not under two. I don't want to. I think I think you're kind of knocking. Uh, I think you're sleeping on. Kyle Hendricks had a couple nice years there. He did, but he's 14 and six right now. What's the crn whip or 65? His whip is 135 fantasy team. He? Yeah. He was third in the Cy Young in 2016 with a 16 and eight with a 213 the year the Giants lost them in the playoffs. No. Your rear er is 332 is a good pitcher. I've got no qualms of color would say needs a good picture, But he's getting like, if you're just saying in space and how he's like baby Maddox. You know what I mean? Like baby baby Baby Maddox, So he finished ninth in the Cy Young last year. When he went six and five of the 288 60 games. I'm just saying, I'm just somebody had to. So anyway, I'm just saying, I got a little more respectful than you Don't disrespect him. I just don't like the Maddox comp. That's all I'm saying. I just don't I just duties on my fantasy team. Yeah. How's that working out by the pretty pretty damn. He's been well. The winds are big 14 wins is a big number right now, Who's in first? So water? Boiling fish are tied for first. This is final week of the regular season and I am this. I'm one game back of them. Who says he's gonna buy us? This is a This is a big week. Actually, by the way, it sounds like water boy's fantasy team doing a little better than his current time. Yeah, the Yankees to follow that 13 game win streak with I think there's 10 of 11 or 10 of 12, 10 and 12, and I think that's like that's almost a record. Only one team in the history of baseball has won 13 in a row, and then now he's just go. However, it out now for a segment of the Yankees have come up. We do have guests that's coming our way. It's a Friday Friday Football forecast. Now. Usually comes at 6 55 just going forward. But when the mayor calls I'm the mayor, she's the mayor. We got to do some stuff at the clock, so we're actually punting. The Friday football forecast the nine o'clock hour So stay tuned on that. That's what's called a forward tees. But we'll get the full guest list for you. And it's robust. Next on KNBR, one of 45 and 6 80, the sports leader. This is Murph in Mac extremists on knbr dot com Through your smartphone or desktop. We are the sports leader. This traffic is sponsored by the San Francisco Giants. New to the Giants promotional schedule Get LaMonte Wade Jr T shirt on Tuesday, September, 14th. The 1st 10,000 fans will receive the shirt as Wade Jr and the Giants take on the San Diego Padres Get tickets at s of giants dot com. Chilton Auto body traffic Does we continue to have delays into the maze on eastbound 80, a crash east of Powell involving a big rig? It looks like a couple of later still blocked there, and traffic is backed up into the mains. If you're in the South Bay, North bound 11 delays into Morgan Hill from masking up past East done, it's luggage there and then again from 2 82 Oakland Road in the North Bay Westbound 80 before West Texas crash blocking the three right lanes there. So the early drive in Solano County bumper to bumper from Lagoon Valley Road and on the peninsula, Dortmund one on one near Hardy, a car off the roadway and on eastbound 90 to run around Ralston. A car off the roadway. They're still just a brief delay. No metering lights at the Bay Bridge. This report is sponsored by Lucky and Lucky. California stores. Lucky California takes football seriously because every tailgate is an opportunity for amazing food..
"10 times" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I read this headline. Maybe 10 times more hands with eight elected officials refused Fox 59 interviews for second day after violent Labor Day. I read that headline. 10 Times. But it was nothing compared to the opening paragraph in the reporting By Russ McQuaid. Me I'm Tony Katz in 93. W I. B. C Good morning. Here it is. I tell you right now, this is the best reporting the greatest reporting. I have read. It is spectacular. To an extent, It was a level of vindication, except I wouldn't want it for anybody else. Allow me A staff member of the City County Council. Told Fox 59 on Wednesday that quote several counselors say they will never talk to Fox 59 news again unquote because of our attempts to seek comments and interviews on recent violence in Indianapolis, and proposed solutions funded by district specific Grants. I honestly don't have a sound effect to go with that I There's there. It just has to sink in. Holy cow. I get it. City County Council. You're not talking to me that Tammy Katz just a dopey radios. You know, he's a suspected white supremacist. He's not a suspected white supremacist. We know, but it sounds good when we say that, so we can suspected way, Supremacist Now it should be full disclosure. The City County Council has never said that of me. Other people have said that of me, but I assume that there are members of the City County Council thinking That's my take. I'm going with that. Either way, they're just absolutely afraid of conversation. They're afraid of defending their record on the violence in Indianapolis, where there are totally silent, but they have no problem with painting slogans on the street. They only care about jobs of their union jobs. They only care about the red Line and the purple line, and the blue line doesn't matter what devastation they cause. That's our City County Council and certainly not pro police. They're talking about violence in this city that have left multiple people dead. How they're prioritizing the award of $625,000 in district anti crime grants, and they won't answer the question. Now, if some counselors are were unavailable on Tuesday because of the Jewish holiday, Alright. I was unavailable Tuesday because the Jewish holiday I get it. And that makes perfect sense You're available on Thursday. You're available on Thursday and they did indeed, give a statement. But others refused to be interviewed on camera. You won't answer questions. Just like Joe Hogg said. We have the media veils, pencil and paper only. You get recorded any member of the press that walks in with a pencil and paper? And thinks that's okay is out of their head. Out of their head you recorded. If the If the mayor doesn't want to be on the record, the mayor won't won't show up. But the mayor doesn't get the option. The mayor's on the record when talking about the city. It's an off the record conversation. That's something different. This council won't answer questions. This council doesn't care about what's happening. Just get out of the way and let them do anything they want to do you know about possibly doesn't want to answer questions. The president of the Indianapolis City County Council, he just wants to be mayor, Can you imagine? Imagine Mayor are silly. A guy who believes in this purple line and blue line trash. Doesn't care what business is. He destroys some people. They don't have transportation. Uh, okay. So because of that kind of argument, you destroy other people's opportunities to travel and you destroy their businesses. We lost businesses because of the red line. We didn't increase the values that you promised. Never mind the fact that the Red Line doesn't work and no one takes it. Come on. No one takes it. Get over yourselves. I'm not saying there aren't people on the red line. I am saying that when you take a look at how many people really want to utilize this thing to get from point A to point B. It's not happening. Well, Tony. That's because of Covid. Yeah. You keep telling yourself that. But not answering questions. I read that headline. I read that paragraph. They'll never talked to Fox 59 news again. Can you tell me City County Council staff member which counselors so we know who to immediately vote out of office. Or better yet, I have often said that I was going to hire somebody to put a microphone into Joe Hogs face every single day. I know no gotchas. None of that craziness but to ask questions because there aren't enough questions being asked. Maybe I have to do it with the City County Council every day. Asking them questions. Questions about this city. No, no nonsense. No silliness, Just asking a question. You don't talk to the press, huh? Interesting. Yeah, but you're you're the good indecent ones, right? It's just a reminder of how unbelievably awful. The city County Council is. How ridiculous and child like they are. How we don't have adults. We don't have professionals helping build this city. No wonder they have no vision. They're all super woke, but no vision. By the way to the credit of Michael Paul Hart, the Republican. He immediately did an interview, and he did it on camera. I believe The.
Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over
"Dave Anthony Fox News, U. S defense official tells Reuters. They're still trying to clear out thousands of Afghans who rushed onto the Kabul airport tarmac trying to get out after the Taliban took control of the capital. There's a frantic scene at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul as people are piling into planes, some even just trying to grab onto the outside and falling off. The aircraft mid air trying to escape the country where the Taliban are going door to door, murdering anyone who helped the Americans and confiscating weapons from everyone else. Foxes Peter Doocy at the White House where President Biden is not home, he remains at Camp David. What we should be saying is him coming off a vacation in front of the cameras and explaining what the next moves are going to be. Republican Congressman Austin Pflueger tells Fox business The Taliban uprising as U. S troops withdrawal left Afghanistan and turmoil that is really disgraceful. And shameful for our country, National security Advisor Jake Sullivan tells ABC. Good Morning America will hear from President Biden soon he is right now actively engaged with his national security team. He is working the situation hard. Covid is starting at 10 times the level of early July in a six month
Report: UK Military Failing to Protect Women From Abuse
"In the British armed forces, victims of bullying, harassment, discrimination, serious sexual assault. They're being denied justice by woefully inadequate and military complaints, process and justice system. That's one of the main findings of a report published by the UK Parliamentary Defense Committee. Which had evidence from more than 4000 women, including veterans and those still serving 60% said that experience bullying harassment and discrimination in the British armed forces are defence correspondent Jonathan Bill has the report. What's his life? Been a female soldier and what? And asked, I couldn't know. I answer. Oh, boy, I'm a soldier. This is the Army's latest recruitment campaign. It suggests gender is not an issue in today's armed forces, but a report by MPs paints a very different picture. With women suffering disproportionately from bullying, harassment and discrimination. And even sexual assault and rape. The conservative MP Sarah Atherton led the Commons Defence Committee investigation six out of 10 women in our evidence. Said that they don't make complaints because of their replies ALS and reading questions. Put some pressure on this morning. Hey, there we go. Women make up around 12% of the regular armed forces. The report highlights practical issues that need to be addressed, such as being given uniforms and body armor than actually fit. But MPs say they're also gravely concerned that women in the military a 10 times more likely the men To experience sexual harassment. There's so many more instances like mind that don't get reported, because you're not believed you're asking for it. That's the impression you get the fear not her real name was an officer in the Royal Navy, a woman's place. Decided it was up to me where that was, and it was in the Navy. Like the other services. The Royal Navy, too, is trying to recruit more women. But the positive experience for many doesn't always match the reality. For some, it's the old
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India's Deaths During Pandemic Could Be 10 Times Official Toll
"The number of virus deaths in India could be 10 times the official number Most experts believe India's official toll of more than 414,000 dead is a vast undercount. I'm
Bloomberg Radio New York
"10 times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That there's a blueberry business flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you so much us. So we had another big batch of bank earnings. The big banks Citigroup. Equity sales trading revenue, topping estimates thick, disappointing investment banking fees. A little bit of a surprise there, Uh, Bank of America struggling to build back its lending income Wells Fargo average loans tumbling in the second quarter. We know that consumers and businesses because of some of the stimulus programs refrain from our book borrowing Tim Well, let's get right into with Anton shoots, president and chief investment officer at Mendon Capital Advisors. Joining us Once again on the phone from Florida, Anton. It's always great to have you on the show, especially when we're talking banks because I know you follow the regional banks. Very closely. Uh, but how are you thinking about or how would you characterize what we've heard from from the big banks this week as they've reported earnings for their second quarter. Yeah, For the most part, not a surprise. Um, you know, long growth if you if, of course, I watched the weekly loan growth numbers. No surprise. There isn't any long growth because there's so much liquidity out there and part of that liquidity is finding its way into deposits of the banks, which is Lovely could be really nice if they could offset it with some loans instead of the low yield on some of the securities they're buying out there. Well, okay, right. It makes sense. Um, you know we talked about during the pent that was a pretty good environment for these big banks. What's the outlook for them? Or what stands out among the big ones, Anton that you have that have reported whether it's city whether it's Bank of America. Whether it's wells JP Morgan Goldman. Is there anybody in particular that you really kind of Hone in on because as maybe an indicator of where the financial world the banking world is going. Well, you know, if you look at the big their national, right and you can't you can't pick on regions. You know, I love picking on regions of the world because some regions have about trying to grow up. So on a national basis, you know, banking is tough because too much liquidity on the bigger banks. I like Wells Fargo. It's a self help story, right? I mean, they're getting out from underneath this regulatory stuff. It got insane amounts of excess capital because it's not allowed to grow their balance sheet. You know, buybacks are really big part of all of the big banks, and you know JPMorgan bought what $5 billion of its own stock last quarter, Goldman bought a billion BancAmerica. I didn't didn't see the numbers this morning, but they're way up there as well. And wells. As I think something like $18 billion worth of stock to buy over the next you know your year at a year and a half, so That's a lot of its market cap, and that's a lot of good support. Leader. Knees drop, But the real real grail for these banks is, you know a faster DDT. Lot of long growth materializing. It'll do wonders for their earnings. And, you know, the interesting thing is they were all punished last year because they built all these giant loan loss reserves. Now they're releasing him. And you see these giant earnings numbers on the surface, you all life's releasing a loss reserves that doesn't count. Well, if you punish him on one side, why to punish him again when they're releasing him, But the point is, they have really great credit. They have lots of capital, and they'll be buying back. A lot of stock and the dividends are being raised A lot of these banks so on the big I look at them as capital return stories, buybacks. Dividends. Those are very important for those and and wells, I think is going to be able to eventually have higher earnings and estimates are going to have to get raised. If long broke materializes this entire group. Estimates have to get raised. How How are the results from the big banks? How are they informing you about the regional banks, the smaller banks that you follow so closely their results. Sure. So first of all, you know, JP Morgan really did actually talk about some long growth where it's not having long growth, which doesn't impact the regional says it's the credit card balances the consumers flush with cash. They got lots of stimulus. So no, none of the big banks are having growth there. So if you're a consumer lender other than an auto, which a lot of smaller banks are, you're really not getting a lot of long growth, You know, mortgage, the refi boom's sort of ended. You know, so that's happened, But I think you're going to see good commercial on growth out of the southeast out of Texas out of Florida. Um and I think you're going to see more tepid growth in other parts of the country. So among I'm looking at your R and B mend in financial services, find, um anti and it's up. It's up about 31%, according to Bloomberg Data, Year to date, so 91 91st percent of I look at 12 months 94th percentile up almost 100 and 3%. What kind of allocations are you looking to do? Is there anything in your portfolio that you think is getting ahead of itself? How do you see some of those names? Yeah, that's that's really you know, you sit there and you say, Wow, You're 100% over 12 months and everything is ahead of themselves and it had some people say that to me and things were so overdone. We were 10 12 months ago and how crazy to evaluations were on the downside. Interesting thing is if I look at my average holding, and I did this exercise about a week ago, so the numbers even better they're down about, you know 15 16% from their highs. So you know, A lot of things have not gotten ahead of themselves obviously rotated and some things that are cheaper, but I look at a number of my positions that are trading at less than 10 times next year's earnings. And you know, I want to own those. They have access capital. They have good long growth. I think they'll eventually get revalued. Hire one of them, You know, First horizon..
"10 times" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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"10 times" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"What if earth spun ten times faster. I'm pretty sure we didn't earthy question last week. i think we did. Is continent connected. It was well still even though we did that. One just before it had been a while before that what it feels like we haven't done many earthy questions i know feels like a long time to him. Maybe one week is too long for me to not do a question about earth. Marcus herbal object permanence. If i don't see the earth how do i know it exists then. Sincere being snarky bathroom. Why don't you start us when i get so. I looked into obviously the spain. Ten times faster. That's going to change. How long are days and nights are. We're looking to try before before you get too far into it. We just one note. Yes our parameters here. We're basically saying that. The earth is always spinning ten times. Faster not just immediately starting to go ten times faster like an overnight thing to despise of nobody if the earth suddenly started moving ten times faster it is an absolute catastrophic accompany of earthquakes. You know ridiculous strong hurricanes and things Everyone just dies before anything interesting happens. That isn't just immediately apparent of why you don't drastically changed of planets and benz shorter day night cycle really doesn't matter at all. It does not sure does one real short day. No one will be there for the night. So that's the only thing. I want to add before you jump in bed but go ahead. Yes so the first question is you know what are our current days. Like around around the world. So it varies based on where you are in relation to the equator. If you're the equator your days are around twelve hours long all year long. I should look a city in. Ecuador called Kito or i'm not sure which is about sixteen miles south of the equator. And they're the the daytime. Was you know it was from from like twelve hours and five minutes to twelve hours. Eight-match minutes year round. You know so pretty constant twelve hour day tomorrow night for us. We're all around boston on this. Podcast it does fluctuate based on the season so as we're recording this. We're actually just coming up on the summer solstice which is june twentieth. It's obviously already passed listening to this. But on the solstice which is the day where the day is longest shortest The sunrises five of seven. Am sunsets eight twenty four pm. So the daytime is about fifteen quarter hours around sixty four percent of the day on the contrary the winter solstice which is in december december. Twenty first it's kind of the inverse so sunset is our sunrise seven ten. Am sunsets four fourteen pm. so daytime. it's only about nine hours. It's about thirty eight percent of the day so obviously if you have ten times faster days you're going to have started ten times faster rotation of earth. You're going to have days their tenth as long.
"10 times" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is that what you want me to do? You're now criticizing me for asking you to let me finish? No. Is that what you're doing now? You do the exact same thing, Or she did the exact same thing that you consistently do. So she has a co host That doesn't understand radio and interrupts their host every 10 seconds. Is that what you're saying? No, I'm saying, okay. She did that to a Univision report you So you're insulting me? Because I don't? Actually, actually you just insulted me. I have an insulted you want. Well, You're you're criticizing. Okay, Here we go again. Made a comparison. Okay, A stupid compared that vote. That's something that that both of you that both of you did right. And then you took Looked at as me insulting you. I didn't salt you and you actually did insult. Okay, Well, JD, I'm sorry if I if I ask you not to interrupt me. Please feel free to interrupt me any time you like. I'm sure that's great radio. But anyway, with that being said Um And thank you. Now I've lost my train of thought. That was a very weird analogy that you just made. I was trying to actually criticise Kamala Harris. And that's why I don't like to be interrupted because I lose my train of thought, But go ahead, JD. I lost my train of thought. So Go ahead. Make your point. Now. I'm sorry. I won't do what Kamala Harris does. Go ahead, JD. No, I'm just saying, That's what that's what she did with with with with the Univision reporter Brian Yeah, Yeah. Camilla Harris 11% of the primary for a reason. The reason that she has her position is because, and Biden made this very clear. He said that his vice presidential candidate will be a woman and will be a woman of color. If Camilla Harris was not a woman of color. She would not be the vice president of the United States under the illegitimate President Joe Biden, and she is not qualified in any capacity to hold the position that she has, and she's showing it. She folds under pressure. She can't handle any type of criticism and, yeah, If I hear if Donald Trump if if in 20 if in 2017 Illegal immigration had gone up nine or 10 times in the first six months of Trump's presidency. Then, obviously he would have visited the border that there's a huge difference between what happened in early 2017 and what's happening right now in 2021, Brian, and it's a It's a really bad thing for America. If we have all these people crossing the border illegally, and those are the ones that are being apprehended. We don't we don't know about a lot of these people that are crossing the border and getting away with it. We don't know where they are. We don't know what we don't know what they're doing. And that makes America significantly less safe. We need to secure the border, and you can say that that Donald Trump ran on. If we're gonna build a wall and Mexico was going to pay for it, Yeah, he did. But he did build that wall and actually Texas Governor Greg Greg Abbott yesterday. Made the statement basically a giant F you to the vitamin ist rations that you know what we're going to act We're going to. We're going to keep building Trump's war. And we're going to build our own barriers because it's so bad down there. Kamala Harris and and on the side. I think that Joe Biden gave Kamala Harris that job because it's such a difficult job. I think Biden and Harris has some serious tension. I think I think we're going to see a public spat between them at some point in the near future. But with with how bad it is down there and after and after the type of pressure and negative press that that the Trump Administration God for having kids in cages commonly made a big statement about that. In a press conference, She made a big statement one of the first things that she's going to do when she's when she's involved. Whether she's president or vice president will be going down to that border and stopping that and you saw with AOC did when she was did that. That photo op, which was an actual photo of not like the one that the media lied about with Trump at Lafayette Square, where that was actually Trump went down there, too. You know, show strength for the Saint John's church that had just been burned down or almost burned down. And then the media lied about it, and that he tear gas protesters for his own good. No, that was that was actually not a photo. But this actually was a photo op where AOC goes down their cries against this fence, because Trump is keeping these kids in cages. But now that now that the by administration doing the exact same thing The the actual situation is significantly worse than there. There was a restores the story three days ago. Where someone who was at the actual migrant camp, so that's something that somebody came in and kidnapped 10 different people in one night down at the migrant camps. You don't see AOC going down there and they can photo and make a big photo appearances where she's crying because kids are being kept in cages. This is all just one big political theater. But it's actually a major problem because now we have All these people coming down through the border and Kamala Harris the borders are the least she could do is go down there and at least see what's going on. And the fact that she's not doing that and the fact that she's being so defensive and comparing Mexico to to to journey because she has no other answer, and the fact that she is snapping at Univision reporters just shows that she has no business whatsoever. Holding the type of office that she holds. Brian did that. Everything else to say. Do? I haven't? Yeah, responsible. I just said Yeah, I think everything you said, is just completely ridiculous. Great so well and go on with it. Well, if you let me first of all you're saying Joe Biden is illegitimate President is the dumbest thing I've ever heard in my life..
"10 times" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Thinking you ever time babies gain more. I don't want to be such a no name. No, Mom. 10 times better pay no more than sama. Anything the same old more in my home. You ain't getting no more. I am not a crane. No more time a time, hoping they don't rain on more. You don't put me into something that I changed my boy now I don't want to funnel dog. No. How much about any young fashion straight feet? No floor, vanity nor far so far for me. I'm taking my boat. So be alone. I'll go as okay. Shot Haven't holding steady calling my fault. I told you before that it's over. Mimi. Long nose hair you to see me because you're gonna see me strong. Oh, back. Right? Just me over. Oh, Dad. Oh, you gonna play games? E o my love. Great. Thanks. So shaped by most Don't can't even relate. My used to be gang on now. You're not just to have fun, No names, she catch back. But now I'm not playing They all where she lived my same pain trying to play a game. I can't wear my change..
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Indian Cities Shut Down as New Virus Cases Hit 200K
"Reimposing strict lockdown measures as the country posts another record day for new coronavirus cases. The country reported more than 200,000 new cases today, more than 10 times what he was seeing in early March. Surges forced India, one of the biggest corona virus vaccine producers in the world to halt vaccine exports. Iran has
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Summer school in Fairfax County to be in-person, 5 days a week
"Own household here In the past few months? Maybe the kid's grades have suffered because of virtual learning this past school year. Well, Fairfax County Public School students are going to get a chance to improve those great summer school will be at a scale 10 times What is normal for summer school that is Superintendent Scott Bray brain, He says the school district will offer a variety of programs, including what he calls Bridge to kindergarten and Bridge to first grade, which is Signed to help these systems, youngest learners who may have been most affected by the pandemic. Also, older students will have the option to retake classes. If you received an F here at the end of the year, you'll be able to have a no mark and go to summer school to turn that f into a passing grade. Great brand says in person. Classes will be offered five days a week. Look, look. Er w t o
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Nato intercepts Russian planes '10 times in a day'
"Apparently probing European defenses, NATO jets were scrambled 10 times all over Europe on Monday to intercept Russian planes as they flew over the North Sea, the Baltic and the Black Sea. Alliance called it an unusual peak of Russian flight activity. The Russian plane stayed in international airspace, but NATO points out that the flights composed potential safety risks. That's because the Russian crews don't put on their transponders, file flight plans or talk to civilian air traffic controllers. Martinez. ABC NEWS Washington
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New Washington DC 911 Dispatchers to Get 10 Times the Geographical Training
"Director of the Office of Unified Communications, Cleo Subito, mandated that new 911 recruits will get 160 hours of geographical training instead of the previous 16. Adding that current call takers will be getting refresher classes on the waterways and hiking trails most popular during warm weather. Getting the call receiver's off of the floor for a lot of training at once is difficult, logistically in order for us to be able to keep answering the phone, so I can 911 colors help really going giving us your entire address. When we asked, and we're always gonna verify it, but it would save some time if we get the whole thing at 11 of
NASA concerned about space's growing trash problem
"Is now more than 128 million pieces of trash. Left over from 128 Million, yes, left over from degrading satellites, byproducts of past flight missions and other cosmic accidents, and they just keep circling the earth. They just keep spinning around the earth. That is, um That's just the debris that we actually have the ability to detect. But here's the problem even like paint chips. Paint chips can actually be a fairly deadly if they are, you know, flying around at warp speed around the planet. And that's what that's what's happening out there and again when the astronauts get out onto the space station to try to fix stuff. I would think that you know, it could be kind of Bad situation. It was I quarter inch. Let's see. Uh oh. It was 2016 1 of the European Space Agency Astronauts took a picture of a quarter sized dent. It was in a glass window of the international space station. It turned out to be a tiny little teeny fleck of space junk. It was a paint flake. From a satellite. It was, they said few thousands of a millimeter across They said, not much bigger than a single cell of E. Coli. And it caused a quarter sized Out in a Pane of glass in one of the windows. I mean, seriously, You gotta watch out that something like that hit you in the helmet. You're not gonna have a good day. Um When it when something that small could do that much damage. Of course, the bigger stuff is going to be a really, really bad day 34,000 pieces of moderately sized debris. That's anything larger than four inches. Would just pretty much take out an astronaut. Anything bigger than that. Uh or anything bigger. I guess. Then the little tiny fleck of paint would be catastrophic. All comes down to full lot of philosophy, philosophy and velocity. Uh, Anything circling the orbit? With the space station. They're moving at 17,000 Miles an hour, 10 times faster. Than a speeding bullet. So the key is I think you wanna be rotating with the trash. Or simply tried to avoid it altogether.
Study Finds Wildfire Smoke More Harmful To Humans Than Pollution From Cars
"From wildfire smoke is up to 10 times more harmful than other sources for humans. NPR's Nathan Rott reports. That's bad news that stems from a warming global climate. Wildfire smoking car exhaust are similar in that they both released tiny particles a fraction the diameter of a hair into the air. The particles are bad for you wherever they come from. But new research from the scripts Institution of Oceanography finds that the particles from smoke may lead to more hospital visits. Making matters worse, says Tom Courting him. One of the study's co authors is the fact that there's little we can do about smoke pollution were not able to stop the wildfires. And if anything, they're going to be getting worse, which is why, he says more people need to know the risks. Nathan Rott. NPR
Top SpeedRunner Uses Just Feet to Achieve 100% Run
"Named Jordan, who holds a top 10 time on the switch in we you of versions of Zelda the breath of the wild. Hey, actually beat it. 100%, So no glitches. This is the kind of speed he's learned. And I'm into Hey also did another 1% run a month after that without taking any damage in the entire game, And he has now beat the game 100%. Using just his feet at as controls you could sell. The pandemic is really wins the people's imagination, too. You don't know people were still doing stuff like this. Even before the pandemic. He actually said that it was harder beating the game using just his feet. Then it was beating the game without taking any damage. Now I just
"10 times" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It's time to open up the state of California for business, Mr Rand Wayne's at the Sports desk in Culver City from the obvious desk. A state audit found that California's unemployment agency was not prepared for the pandemic. No, They're just giving out checks to anyone Who wants. What? Hi. You're a criminal from Louisiana. Have a California e d d check. In fact, at 20. One of the predictions I made after the November election. Was that the news media would continue to talk about President Trump as if he never left office and Joe Biden would be effectively irrelevant to what people were discussing in the country. As it turns out, it looks like I'm right. You look at any of the newspapers today and it's still trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump Trump. And if you want news on Joe Biden, you better have time. Joe Biden might as well be in the witness protection program right now. In fact, Sammy the Bull Gravano is in the witness protection program. But I think I see him more on TV than I do of Joe Biden anyway. Joining us to talk about this is the author of Privilege Victims. How America's culture, fascist, hijack the country and elevated. It's worse people. Columnist at the Washington Examiner. Eddie Scary, Eddie welcome. Hey, John. Good to be with you. It really is true that it feels like President Trump never left office because you turn the TV on you Look at the newspapers. He's all they're talking about, and it's like Joe Biden doesn't exist. Yeah, And you know with Trump, it's just an amplified version of what has always been has always been the case. I mean, I remember back during the Obama years. The story was always always always Republicans. There was the tea party. You never really talked about Obama. You never talked about and anything that Democrats were doing. It's always Republican, an orange or it's Fox News that you read in the media report against that Now they're talking about Fox having an identity crisis. It doesn't you're right, as if there's nothing else going on other than Trump at this point, and I just wrote it about this other Washington Examiner this week is Republicans and make that very, very easy as well for the media. Still, um, if you have Mitch McConnell coming out and weighing in On something that has nothing to do with the Senate. He comes out and talks about Lou's Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene. What does that have to do with the Senate? There in the house, and not even his chamber? He's coming out, weighing in on it on Dove Course the media loved that. They loved it in fighting, they would think they love talking about Republicans. Their love scrutinizing Republicans can never put the light on Democrats. They don't care about Joe Biden on D. Yeah, You're right. I think with trumpets just on Lee, Um, what we've seen before, but 10 times that you know, it's funny because you turned CNN on or MSNBC. It's wall to wall coverage of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the first Term congresswoman from Georgia who has spent much of her career being a conspiracy theorist was able to get elected in a very crowded field in a very safe district. And now that's all we talk about morning, noon and night, and they say the rights obsessed with AOC, okay? But I've always found it interesting. To see what news Channel a politician keeps on in their office when they're there, and I have a good friend who worked in in Washington, D C for a long time. Who told me Be very, very scared of John Boehner. Because every time I go into his office MSNBC it's something in the background. What news channel? Do you think these people these Republican elected have on in the background? What are they watching all day in their office? My experience has been with with Republicans, They actually do it. I guess it Z expected they do Watch Fox. Um, that tends to be the case. Even with conservative journalists that I know I actually do the opposite. I would watch nothing but CNN and MSNBC all day, which is why I'm halfway out of my mind. But no, I think that that tends to be true. How would you grade the performance of Jen Psaki so far as press secretary now, Jen and I used to work together over at CNN, and we debate each other all the time. She was always very pleasant. Always fun to work with. But now going into this role you're on TV every day, and you're answering all the tough questions. Although the questions were much tougher for Kaylee back in any I want a place a clip for you of what she had to say when asked about the vaccine because It's been sold to us that if everyone takes the vaccine that we can go back to life is normal and we don't have to stop living our lives. We can go back to doing things like seeing concerts in person going to Major League Baseball games getting on cruise ships And she threw a whole lot of cold water on that. Let's listen. It's not just a vaccine as obviously an incredible medical breakthrough on we want every American to have one. But even after vast with vaccinated, social distancing, wearing master to meet going to be essential, and we'll need to continue communicating about that through health and medical expert So even after we take the vaccine, we still have to be on house arrest. Right. I think she she's telling the truth In terms of that's how Democrats see things. I also just heard about this at the Washington Examiner of the social, Just the social distance, distancing stuff the math. All of that is here to stay so long as these people have a say in it, Um they really believe in this stuff. They think it needs to be this way on by. I actually disagree with you and in terms of what when they said The vaccine. Yes, there encouraging everyone to get the vaccine, And they say this is going to take care of the virus. I don't hear them ever say, however, that this is our ticket back to normal. I often see them stop very, very short of ever saying that, um, it's usually we can get back to some degree of normal, I think, Anthony Fauci said. You know the sainted Dr Fauci, he said, once we get 85% of the of the population Inoculated..
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"10 times" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"To Brady getting there is something he's On 10 times now winning. It is something he's on. Lee done six times and this This was from Tom Brady's press congress he did today. This lends itself to that exact way of thinking when it comes to even if they win the Super Bowl. It'll be time to get ready for next season. Which sounds pretty exciting as well. Way use technology to make our look I got a little out there. Okay? Sounds good. Ad lodge attack, All right, sure to buy that. Since you know they're advertising now. Our show. Want improved and get better. And I think next year is gonna be a lot better than this year. You know, I feel like I'll be much better place mentally. I'm gonna train a lot better this year. Physically next year, I'll be a better place. So, um, I know as soon as this game ends, we're on the next season, so No, you're ready for this season and then I started thinking about next year. It's just crazy. And obviously hearing that has to make you well for somebody like me. Who has thought Is there a chance in this amazing moment, winning a Super Bowl at home that he could think he wants to retire? And I'm I'm really starting to lean more on he wants to. He wants to do an entire different era here in Tampa Bay, not only for himself but for the Buccaneers. Two to possibly be looked at. Never Will they be looked at like the Patriots, but at least in that upper echelon of this is a championship team who's been there a bunch and done a bunch of good under the under the watch of Tom Brady. He strikes me as a guy who, if they were to win the Super Bowl, he go. I'm going to Disney world. The next day, he would do the Magic Kingdom parade. And the next day he be bugging the piss. Out of the equipment manager wanted to get into the facility and practice for next season in just real quick. We have talked about this off the air I've got. I've got a clip here from Patrick Mahomes talking about Tom Brady. And then I got a question for you. Okay, Everything's of Tom Brady that you would like to do outside, of course, winning six Super Bowl championships. Yeah, there's a ton. I mean, the way he's able to dissect defense's before the snap is something that I actually admired that I'm trying to get to that level. The way he's able to move within the pocket and and to be able to reset a speed on, be completely calm and still make the throw right on the money. So there's a lot of this going on. And it may be a little different because we are talking about the goat. So maybe you throw everything out the window. But, you know Mike Evans in his interview with the press conference, going on talking about my Holmes is a beast. I'm happy. I'm happy that we're here. I'm happy with everything. But at the same time, this feels like one of the softer Super bowls when it comes to any Animosity venom. It's a drill. I feel I feel like those words are even too strong because I don't need next level trash talk. I don't need disrespect. Just a little hostility. I just don't There's a big difference between hostility even and not s ng. Everybody's d every chance you get. If you must flattery. Too much respect. That's even in the Scotty Miller Tyree Hill stuff. That was at this point, the spiciest thing we've seen It's still just layered with respect and, oh, he's great. What happened to two teams? Not liking each other in the week leading up to a big game. What do they have on the bulletin board? Hey, Those guys are all really good over there, and I hope the best team wins. Hey, I really respect that quarterback man. He's a real winner. There's there's Where's the venom? You know, and I don't know. Maybe that starts with the coach. Maybe it's you got guys like Bruce areas and an Andy Reid who aren't that type of coach. There are other coaches. I think who get into that? Real fuel like they've gotta piss you off, and you've got to be pissed off. But maybe just from Tom and Bruce and and and he read it. It's just High level people who appreciate respect the game and don't need that. But I wouldn't mind it either. I'd like it's missing. I'm all Bertha. Thank you Gotta live below there's Gavin. Hey, what's up, dude? A S o. I heard called the different couple of things Now is it pronounced Janita these nuts in your mouth? It's not the way you do it, dumb ass. Okay. Do that. How do you do it? Would have say, Hey, I love the show before I get to my point. What was that hashtag that you guys used and then I would have said, Oh, Judita, And then you'd say, oh, Judy to fat one, And while he's nuts around your mouth, you have to get the person to say something so that you convince pounds upon them with the DEA's not but you are trying to get me to say it. 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"10 times" Discussed on 710 WOR
"An FDA mandated drug and alcohol test. This'll is obviously troubling, officials say. The 55 year old driver with 11 years on the job, lost control and veered off an overpass, leaving the accordion bus dangling. Currently there are no criminal charges, but the NYPD is investigating. I'm Lisa G. W. Art is a wealthy businessman who helped popularize Sweet'N Low is dead after jumping from his luxury apartment in New York City. Reports indicate that 89 year old Donald Tober had been struggling with Parkinson's disease. As the CEO of New York based Sugar Foods. He focused on turning the flagship product Sweet'N low into a household name, and the little pink artificial sweetener packets became mainstays and restaurants and diners. He was found in the courtyard of his luxury Park Avenue building after jumping around Five o'clock this morning, The National Rifle Association is filing for bankruptcy. The gun rights group will reorganize is a nonprofit and moved to Texas, where it says more than 400,000 of its constituents live. In a statement, the organization said, this is a way to exit what it believes is a corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York, where they've been based for 150 years. In the summer of 2018, Then New York attorney general candidate Letitia James vowed that if elected, she would use the powers of her office to investigate the legitimacy of the N R. A. Ah, former saved by the Bell actor is battling cancer. Dustin Diamonds team used Facebook to announce his diagnosis after reports of him being hospitalized serviced over the weekend. Diamond was screech on the popular Syriza, his team said. They'll share Maura as it becomes available. The Post included a mailing address and an email where fans can send the 44 year old well wishes to brighten his spirits. They've also asked fans to respect the family's privacy. The U. S Postal Service is rolling out its forever stamp honorees for 2021. It includes New York Yankees great Lawrence Yogi Berra, the 10 Time World Series champion and Baseball Hall of Famer and Known for his woody quips like It ain't over till it's over features the catcher and his gear with his Yankees hat and iconic white pinstripe jersey The Nets host the Magic tomorrow night at.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is the first 3:2 Yoga convertible & thinnest ThinkPad yet
"Know, laptops are always getting inner They're getting lighter, More secure, But five G is definitely the big buzzword this year. First I have from Lenovo The ThinkPad X one Titanium yoga. It's the finish Things had yet it's got a gorgeous and lightweight titanium design. And it's a convertible last night with multiple you smoke. You can use it like a laptop. You can flip it over. Use it like a tablet. On Ben, you know, Bend it again. It looks like a tent, but it's got the Intel evil platform inside. So there's lots of power and see than this tiny little package in little package of great features like optional five year lt can activity and a magnetic pen that can be easily accessed for note taking. Perfect use at home or anywhere where you're trying to do a little bit of work these days. And then I have another laptop for you that Lenovo Flex five V and this is the world first. Idea PC now because of the Qualcomm Snapdragon. Eight c x Y Z Computer class. Sorry, compute platform, You've got the performance and connectivity of energy, which is up to 10 times faster than four G. It's more secure than public WiFi and more efficient than a mobile hot spot. But it's thin. It's light and AM list, So it's silent and cool to the touch when you use it and get this. You can get a multi day battery life from a single charge. So you're just gonna have to search for that outlet nearly as much as you normally do.
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"For a Washington D c law firm. You could make 10 times what you're making us a congressman. And he says, I know, I know my wife keeps telling me the same thing. And I said, Well, why don't you do it? And and he and I are friends and I like the guy a lot, and he knows that I've over doing it on the money thing, but Hey, said I just I really like public service. I really do. Then I thought, Well, I admire you. For it. But you know you could make more money by Anywhere. I kind of wonder if Mike Pence is that way if he is just a Debo Tae of public service Has otherwise. You know, he could make a bundle on he considered on corporate boards. He could give speeches. He could be making a ton of money. Look at look at Al Gore after he lost in 2000. The guy is, I think he's a billionaire now. He has been wildly successful in business. He gave speeches and he did the environmental thing and he's got a lot of. I mean, he gets a lot of speeches, but he was also on Apple's board when it was still the stock was way way down there. I'm not Don't think he's on the board may be still on the board. Not sure, but so. I mean, there are plenty of examples where they can see what happens when somebody leaves high powered government and they go out. And they just They have much nicer life because people aren't harassing him, and they make a lot more money. So I don't know if Mike Pence's be an easier life. I mean, this poor guy's been thrown under the bus so much. He could be a bus mechanic. Yeah. It was set. Well said. Did you hear what Jim Inhofe said yesterday that Senator from Oklahoma, he said, I've known Mike Pence my whole life. Almost. He says, good man. Everything else But he said, I've never seen him so mad. Any quoted Pence's saying after all I've done for him. So there's bad blood. Between Donald Trump. And my pants. And I mean He. His latest throw him under the bus was on Wednesday, saying What What did he do? Why did he do what he needed to do that? Throughout the election, as if the vice president can throw out an election all by himself. You gotta be. Yeah. You gotta be a little slow down. Even think that through and go. Yeah, that makes sense. Well, he didn't have a lot of government, you know, government experience and part of that. That was good. He didn't regulate us to death. We're going to have so many regulations these next four years. It's gonna be quite easy. Yes. Yes. Then I'm I'm very concerned about it. Very concerned about it. But We got a deal with the cards that were dealt to us and those of the cards that we've got..
Severe Allergic Reactions to Pfizer Vaccine Are 'Exceedingly Rare', Scientists Say
"On the pandemic Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Researchers have been studying allergic reactions to the covert vaccines. The CDC is estimating now that life threatening allergic reactions happen in about 11 out of every one million patients who get the cove it vaccine shot. That number is significantly more about 10 times more likely than an awful lactic reactions to flu shots. But the CDC is still cautioning that the likelihood of any adverse reaction is still incredibly rare and easy to manage. If the person has access to treatments like epinephrine, Alex Stone, Eby,
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Advocates Call For Changes In Prisons To Reduce Inmates' Exposure To Coronavirus
"State prisoners have been significantly affected by the coronavirus. At least 220,000 of them have tested positive for covert 19 tight conditions and buildings make social distancing and controlling spread difficult. That is the case in Kansas, which has one of the highest infection rates among state prisons and with access to the vaccine, unclear Advocates are calling for changes to reduce exposure. No mean do you, dean of the Kansas News Service reports. Mary Flowers hasn't seen her daughter, Jordan Fuller, since July. Fuller went to county jail and then in October, she was transferred to the Topeka Correctional Facility. The states on Lee Women's prison. Kansas Prisons haven't allowed visitors since March to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. But that hasn't worked. The virus made its way into the state's prisons in April, 11 inmates and three staff members have died. 5000 inmates in the system have tested positive. It's awful to have a child in there, no matter their age, you know, even when they're 30 throughout the pandemic prisoners and Kansas have said social distancing is basically impossible. Everyone has masks. But not every inmate wears thumb. Not everyone reports their symptoms if they're feeling sick. And people are scared for their health and frustrated by new safety restrictions. Flowers says her daughter has been living in a tent in the prison's laundry building for more than seven weeks until all 60 new arrivals to the prison test negative at the same time. She says her daughter has been tested nine times and has been through four quarantines. They put these women in an impossible situation. You know they're being held where they can't even make it inside the prison. John Wesley O'Hara is a corrections officer at the Topeka facility, he says units go in and out of lockdown when someone gets sick. People still move from building to building and the prison hasn't been disciplining people, so it's hard to enforce mask wearing They were understaffed before the pandemic, But even more officers are out now because they're quarantining taking care of kids are working outbreaks at other prisons. The people who are left sometimes work 16 hour shifts. Harris says he tries to be careful and keeps mostly to himself outside of work. But when his roommate who also works at the prison, tested positive they had to miss Thanksgiving with their families. I had to call my ex wife and tell her I can't see my kids for the next two weeks. This is isolating work. Just by its very nature. Now you had something like this where you actually have to have that physical separation as well and the stress becomes 10 times Greater. The Kansas Department of Corrections declined interview requests. But in a statement, spokesman Randy Bowman said the department is working with officials to follow public health guidelines. Criminal justice advocates have said. That's not enough for months. They've argued the best solution is to release people so they can isolate Lauren Bonds is the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas. She helped sue the state to release thousands of inmates this spring. The suit was dismissed. But the A C L U is working on individual clemency applications for prisoners who are vulnerable to the virus. The only way to make sure that the transmission rates go down is to make sure that people in prisons can observe the same, You know, protocols that we're being told to observe out here in the community Governor Laura Kelly's office says she's still considering the requests. As for a vaccine, health care workers in Kansas prisons and jails will be among the first to receive it. But there's no news on whether inmates or other staff will be
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Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors
"The pandemic worsens, travel is declining again, which is obviously concerning for companies like uber and lift. They have seen their ride, hailing revenues plummet even as interest in on demand deliveries has climbed. At the same time, those gig companies have been waging a labor battle to keep their drivers from being classified as employees. Anthony Foxx is the chief policy officer for lift. He also served as Secretary of transportation during the Obama administration, and he's a former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's good to be with you. So let's start with what just happened in California. Last month, voters passed ballot measure that exempts gig companies like lift from basically classifying their drivers as employees, which essentially means Your drivers could be treated as independent contractors. So they won't be eligible for things like minimum wage protections or the right to unionize. You just tell me why is this a good thing? Well, the reality is first and foremost that the nature of work Is changing all across the country. And what what we've done through prop 22. I would I would maybe take issue with a couple of the the waste of the question was raised in the sense that we're actually establishing a minimum. Floor for drivers to earn. So Where's before prop 22. There was no floor below which driver earnings could go prop 22 establishes a minimum standard that is actually 20% over. The current prevailing minimum wage anywhere in California. So that's just one of the things that prop 22 dozen. But if the drivers don't have the right to unionize, how do they bargain for to raise that that floor? Well, I think part of the challenge there is that you have these workers who are working between platforms, you know, in the modern era of bargaining. Most of the relationships exists between individual unions and individual companies. But this workforce is a work force that's working between many of these platforms. So you may have the same driver who's working for Lift part of the time working for Postmates part of the time working for Lord as part of the time on DSA, So unless there is a way of creating sort of a sectoral approach to it, which is used in Europe, it's been really hard for the labor movement to figure out how to how to solve that problem. Well, apart from the issue of whether drivers are in a better or worse situation with prop 22 Prop 22 was the most expensive initiative in California's history. Good company spent what 10 times what labor advocates spent. Is there an argument to be made that lift and other gig companies? Essentially bought their way out of an employment law. They simply didn't like. No, I think I think that what, what You see time and time again in Paul's not just pulls that the companies have run is that drivers in to the tune of 4 to 1 don't wanna be employees. They want to be independent, and that a lot of reasons for that many drivers work fewer than 20 hours a week on the platform and 70 some percent work. Less than 10 hours a week on the platform, these air feed people who were in some cases need flexibility that they would not have in a more traditional employment format. So, um, what does remain to be said that there were many, many drivers who were staunchly against prop 22. Well, there are many people against anything but the vast majority of the drivers again. 70 to 80% of them, do not want to be employees, and I think it's incumbent upon Not only us his industry, but all of the stakeholders to try to figure out how do we create a system that provides safety net around these workers while at the same time preserving the flexibility, which is what 22 really was was designed to do, But it's also something that I think we need to have continued conversations with labor officials and others and government to try toe. Continue sorting this out. Former transportation secretary and chief policy officer for Lift Anthony Foxx.
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Carmelo Anthony returning to Portland on a one-year deal
"ESPN reports 10 time All star Carmelo Anthony is re signing with Portland for the league minimum. It is just 51 points of past Tim Duncan for 14th Old time on the MBA scoring list guard containing its Caldwell Pope has agreed to a three year deal to return to the Lakers
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Boston Celtics Legend Tommy Heinsohn Dies At Age 86
"Idea of drafting Romelo ball and ripe. Tommy Heinsohn, the Celtic legend is past the age of 86. What an incredible career he had. 10 Times champion six time All Star Coach of the Year. Rookie of the Year. Four time to a all American Paul of Famers. Player Hall, Famer Za coach played a part in each of the Celtics 17 NBA
US Election 2020: Still no clear winner
"In the U. S. Presidential race as NPR's racial Lucinschi reports contests in Pennsylvania and other states remain too close to call. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book far says they're still ballots left to be counted. She expects 10 times the number of mail in ballots compared to the last election. Democratic governor Tom Wolfe is acknowledging results are coming in more slowly this year under a new system. The promise of democracy is that every vote counts that has been the promise of democracies in 17 87. It's still the promise of democracy and I intend here in Pennsylvania. Make sure we keep that promise. In Pennsylvania Mail in ballots postmarked on Election Day will be counted if received by Friday.
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Seattle's Sea-Tac Airport launches COVID-19 testing pilot for same- and next-day results
"Help travelers comply. Sea TAC Airport has opened an onsite pilot program for covert testing. This is airport spokesman Perry Cooper. It's not for anyone who is symptomatic or has been in contact tracing with someone who has been symptomatic or as Kobe So in those cases you want to be going Teo, your medical doctor and connected with your provider. The testing site is above Checkpoint three in the Central auditorium, and you can register online tohave the test 72 hours before departure. There is a cost, though, to $150 for the test to make an appointment Go to Discovery Health, MD. Dot com It's 2 10 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Ah Corona