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"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"15,000 startup companies in the world built on the video today, building on Nvidia today and 40,000 large companies enterprises around the world are using accelerated computing. We have now reached the tipping point of a new computing era. That was the Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang as the world's most valuable chip maker on veiled a new badge of AI products and services. Microsoft meta and Google are expected to be among the first users. Once again, defending her position to dump Nvidia shows, not taking her argument to Twitter. She said, since 2014, invest has believed that Nvidia saw the AI future before most other chip companies and now we believe it will continue to power the AI age. 25 times expected revenue for this year, however, Nvidia is priced ahead of the curve. With defense comes and the criticism of offloading the stock before its blistering rally. Our Bloomberg opinion columnist, Julie ren says it's a dent towards reputation as a stock picker, should have joins me now. I mean, it's a blistering op-ed that you've written. You are particularly disappointed with Kathy wood's defense. There's just too much macro in the presentation. Why do you think is she going off the board? Has she lost her touch? Why such a punch at Kathy would this morning? I find her defense really lacking. She was a complaining about the various valuation at 25 times expected sales this year. But she has never shied away from lofty valuations in the past. She famously has a $3000 price target for Tesla and the 1 million price target for Bitcoin. And then at Tesla's $3000, that's we're talking about 75 times sales. So using the videos valuation, high valuation as an argument to defend her decision to exit her positions early. I just find that very lacking. And also, I mean, with Cathy wood, she's supposed to be the stock rule that can find a $5 billion company and that can move somehow into a $500 billion company. If she really has faith in the video, as early as 2014 for its AI potential, she should have held out and the capitalized that. I mean, look how SoftBank SoftBank has kept Alibaba's shares for over a decade. And the whole software empire is built on its Alibaba state. Kathy where should I stay on the video? So you think maybe she threw in the tile too soon to be fair, she still has Tesla as one of our biggest holdings along with zoom rocker and coinbase. So it's interesting, of course, as you say, she's holding fast on her Bitcoin call at a $1 million. You're also pretty disparaging of where she sees the future. She's supposed to be an evangelist and somebody who sets the zeitgeist and you say looking at uni path at 6 times sales is nothing more than an AI afterthought. Right. So I think one thing that Cathy likes through this dismiss is macro factors. But macro conditions have changed. Three years ago, when there was so much money at 0% interest rate. Everyone was willing to buy whatever, flying cars, this and that. But three years onward, the fed is not done with rare hikes and we are actually seeing a recession looming. So with investors who see a future in generative AI, they rather invest in big mega companies like the video or Microsoft because they know like a small businesses. It's harder for them to build up their AI. People rather say, okay, I will go with the video and you see like a Jensen one, giving us a new array of AI products and services, just this week, right? So I think Kathy should have picked up more out of those big tech stocks. Okay, well, let's see whether her Tesla zoom and roca and coinbase come back and as you say, Tesla, big call. If you're looking at the earnings multiple and the projection of where she thinks it can go to Shirley great piece, one of the most read and it went like that, up like hotcakes in 15 minutes. We're going to continue the conversation. Christophe rule is lining up at the moment on Zoom. We're going to talk about oil. But if you want to understand where the S&P is relative to yield, this is where it's getting harder and harder to justify a pro risk stance
Fresh update on "15,000" discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Happy to bet against, again, Dom, you want to lose more money, but I think you're going to screw yourself in Vegas at Unconfiscatable, so maybe I'll be nice. Hey, I tried to bet you in SATs, but you know, you, uh, you're, Yeah, that's, that's a bullshit bet because the SATs will be worth a lot more if, you know, you're right. So then I have to pay out more in US in, in, uh, non SAT terms and dollar terms. So it's stupid. Like it's a, it's a bullshit bet to denominate in SATs. Terrence, you know, Larry would lend that to you interest free. No problem. No, he's seeding his, uh, ETF. He told you that you told me he told you that. So he's busy seeding his, he's admitting that he's talking to, no, I said, Don told me, I said, Tom told me he talks to Larry. See all you guys, all you guys project, right? So when you're, Don's talking about how I'm talking to Larry, he's talking about how he talks to Larry. He's just too humble to admit it. That's not true. I did enjoy workspace with Terrence the other day and he came late out of the elevator with the, you know, when they have the towel tucked around the neck under the sweatshirt and I'm like, dude, where are you coming from? He's like, sure. Racquetball got nuts with Leonard. This, this. And I was like, who's Leonard? He's like, sorry. That's Larry's full name, Christian name. Yeah. That's Terrence living that Larry life. Bitcoin's making a little run right now. I'm just going to tap 39 annual highs. Yeah. I need to go to my live stream just waiting for the space to end, having enjoyed the combo here. Tone, I think, I think, uh, Dom is, is waiting for a discount on the poker tournament. Unfortunately, that's not going to happen. Yeah. That's not how poker term is working. No, he means Tony thinks he means I'm waiting for the Bitcoin price to drop down for the buyer. Hey, a 0.03 Bitcoin will always be 0.03 Bitcoin. Uh, you know, you know, when we put the tournament up for sale, it was exactly about a year ago. Cause we did it for like, uh, Thanksgiving or Christmas last year. And Bitcoin was sitting at 15,000. So I'm like, all right, what should we denominate the tournament in? Because it's going to stay denominated in SATs. So 0.03 Bitcoin was like 400 bucks, which is usually where we price it. Uh, but now it's about to be 1200, but Hey, everyone that paid 0.03, uh, a year ago, you know, that's still there. That's still gonna be part of becoming a high stakes poker tournament because of the Fiat appreciation. Yeah. A lot can happen in a week. That thing could be the new world series of poker dude, by next week. You never know. It's possible. We are looking at about 50 players. Uh, so it's half the field of last year. So it makes it easier to win that watch. I don't know if you guys saw, I don't know if I tweeted it out. I only posted it in the group chats. Uh, the custom watch that only one is made per year, you know, half the field easier to win the first prize. Last year, the second place winner was like a Bitcoin OG. And he asked the guy who won the whole thing, I'll give you second place prize money for the watch. And second place prize money was still like 20 grand or something like that. And he turned it down. He said, I'm going to keep the watch.
Russia's Wagner boss says more than 20,000 of his troops died in Bakhmut battle
"The fact that militia, which is aiding Russia wage war on Ukraine. Says thousands have lost their lives. Wagner's chief says his false has lost more than 20,000 soldiers in the drawn out battle for bakhmut, with about 20% of the 50,000 Russian convicts he recruited to fight in the 15 month war dying in the eastern Ukrainian city. The figures in stark contrast with claims for Moscow for its lost just over 6000 troops in the war. It's also higher than the official estimate of the Soviet losses in the Afghanistan war of 15,000 troops between 1979 and 1989, the Ukrainian general staff says that heavy fighting is continuing in days after Russia said it's completely captured the devastated city. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Fresh update on "15,000" discussed on Tech Path Crypto
"Well, and you know, the thing that I think starts to play into this is that you've got both Bitcoin, the ETF at happening, obviously we'll talk about the ETF for Ethereum, but at the same time you also have maybe rates softening. So there's going to be some macro environment changes that could shift that a little bit. Obviously we could also see some reversal on kind of the global conflicts, whether you think about what's happening in Ukraine or even in Israel. So some of that could play into kind of an upswing into the markets in general, especially toward the halvening. When you look at the halvening and you see what typically we'll see on halvenings and that is the cycle uptrends that happen after that, is there a period of time, do you feel like that's going to shorten any post happening in terms of really seeing the all time high cycle come in or do you think this is going to kind of play out like what we've seen in cycles in the past? For many years I've been the guy who said this is what's happened in the past. So it's the only model we have going forward. And I was very comfortable in that thought until 2021. From 2021 until today, none of that has really played out the way that it did in the past. Bitcoin had very predictable highs, predictable retracements from the all time highs. And this cycle didn't really fit in in that way. We didn't have a very exaggerated upside. And even 15,000, if that's the bottom, that's only about a 75% retracement. That doesn't really line up with what we've seen in the past. And so I kind of am thinking I need to move away from that four year cycle model because it seems to be the only thing left that kind of predictably always happens. This amount of time passes, the bull run starts, I'm moving away from that because it's been dangerous. It's caught me off guard a lot. I've made some not perfect decisions based on it. So there's no way to know. But I think that if we've ever had a possibility of an early run, I think it could be this one. This is the thing, we look at it because obviously we track sentiment quite a bit within our own sentiment indicators. But we also look at the traditional market moves that you get around these fundamental shifts in technology, which is really what's happening with Bitcoin and crypto in general, is you're seeing an underlying shift in technology. And most likely that'll happen a lot within the Web3 space. Obviously, Ethereum, which we'll talk about in a second, will kind of lead that way. So I would agree with you. I don't know that necessarily we're going to see the cycles as much and as impactful as they have been in the past. Sure, there might be some remnants of it, but I'm in agreement with you. Let's jump over to Litecoin. And I know you love Litecoin. Some things happening here recently in terms of if you think about Litecoin in general, obviously, that's also relation to Litecoin. But right there, TVL going up. Some of this, of course, because of the transaction fees that are happening within Bitcoin. And some of the things actually I was going to show you guys, I'm sure you've seen this, but the little South Park explanation of where the transactions are coming. You guys, if you have never seen this on our show, this is basically a bunch of the kind of the whales, those big heads or the big heads that are going to the front of the line to get their transaction fee. But you'll notice here the transaction fee right now on Litecoin, very low. And at the same time, we're seeing, look here, look at the line on low-fee line. Look at that craziness right now on Bitcoin. So with that being the case, how does this play out for Litecoin right now, at least as a trade or possibly in the next, say, 60 days as Bitcoin starts to get a lot more traction and activity? Yeah, it's great to see people returning to Litecoin. It's been a long time, but it does make sense right now with the environment ordinals kind of clogging up the mempool transaction times to get low fees and you just showed that queue. This is what we used Litecoin for back in the day. Before we had USDT, before we had things, we used it. Oh, I want Bitcoin. I'll buy Litecoin. I'll send it somewhere else and I'll buy Bitcoin. So it's good to see that return. Unfortunately, it's not super reflected on the chart at the moment. Happy to pull this up. Litecoin definitely still struggling here. I do think in the macro view, this is a very strong chart. It's one giant flag from all the way back in 2017, but it just hasn't moved anywhere yet. And if we really zoom into price, I'm basically looking at these levels. We had $76 from back in March, June, strong support here. We hit a higher high and then we fell back and right here actually was the halvening. So this was not a very bullish event for its price and we can see it struggling a little bit under $76. What I think is going on, though, is that we potentially have a very strong entry for a spot position or a long position. Of course, not financial advice, guys. I'm a little biased on Litecoin, but I think that Litecoin has more upside to it. I don't know if it's going to be exactly related to the transaction and people using it. I'm not an expert on TVL, but I could easily see Litecoin returning up to, let's say, near that $100 mark over the next few months. I wish it was more bullish and it will be someday.
Italy's deadly floods just latest example of climate change's all-or-nothing weather extremes
"Italian authorities say a northeastern area will remain on a red alert as more rains are expected to fall in the devastated Emilia romagna region where flooding has already claimed 14 lives. Rescue crews are working to reach towns and villages still isolated from highways, electricity and cell phone service. The rains have caused two dozen rivers and tributaries to burst their banks, displacing more than 15,000 people. Climate experts say the floods are the result of extreme weather phenomena that are becoming increasingly frequent around the world. These include prolonged spells of drought punctuated by intense periods of rain that can't be absorbed by the parched ground. I am Lawrence Brooks
Jeh Johnson Downplays Level of High Apprehensions at the Border
"J Johnson was on he was Obama's DHS secretary was on the morning schmo Now the warning schmo is a low IQ for my republik Now he says he's independent No he's not He's still a schmuck But I want you to hear what Jay Johnson has to say about this talk of while it was much less than we thought it would be Cut 8 go 6 I'll tell you if it was under 1000 apprehensions the day before That was a relatively good number And if it was above 1000 it was a relatively bad number and I was going to be in a bad mood the whole day On Tuesday there were 4000 apprehensions I know that a thousand overwhelms the system I can not begin to imagine what 4000 a day looks like So we are truly in a crisis you said this today We are truly in a crisis 4000 While on a good day we have 4000 now Because on an average day we have 8000 And Joe Biden's very excited because it didn't get the 15,000 When they lifted title 42 because now the dumbing down is increasing the number from which we are to make comparisons But the number is going up But Joe Biden's very proud of himself Now the idiot hasn't done anything He's on a bike again with the helmet So on the bike again riding around like a homeless guy
Rep. Chip Roy: Biden Has Not Prepared for the End of Title 42
"This title 42 drops out I guess on Thursday and what is the Biden administration done to prepare for this Well virtually nothing I mean your listeners are really smart but just like a recap right I mean title 42 is the provision that is under our health code laws that has been used as a band aid on a gunshot wound to stop about a third to a half of the flow of people coming into the country So for example if we had 200,000 encounters in March a 100,000 of those were turned away under title 42 but on Thursday that no longer applies because the COVID emergency is allegedly now officially formally ending on Thursday and the Biden administration So that means our guys are under fees They're getting absolutely crushed I'm getting text messages from border patrol agents from DPS About what's happening down at the border 15,000 Venezuelan migrants that are sitting up right across the river from Brownsville We've got hundreds of thousands of people that are starting to head up towards the northern Mexico region Our hospitals overrun our cops are overrun I got a text message from guy earlier that said he said it's basically quote broken arrow right Like basically a military term saying that they've fully lost control in 25 27,000 people in detention only 5000 process and they're getting hundreds of by the minute And they don't have any place to put them The state of emergency has been declared in El Paso a state of emergency has been declared in Laredo a state of emergency has been declared in Brownsville San Antonio is preparing in their migrant center It is so bad Mark I don't even know how to put into words
"15,000" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Ten, 15,000 interactions you have with everyone from city council members to local mayors to congressmen, the senators, the president's vice president. I can probably count on my one hand. I kid you not. How many of them came up to me to personally say, hey, have a good night. That mattered to me. That's the kind of guy he is. Ask any of his clerks, by the way, who would die for that guy? If he's such a jerk, why do all his clerks love him so much? Ask anyone who's not a maniac who really knows him personally, what kind of guy is? Guys in American hero, man. He's an American hero, and they're trying to take him out because the left are nihilistic anarchical, psychopath, crazy people. Who wanted to destroy the entire system to swoop in with the top down tyrannical tyrannical system where they can control everything in clarence Thomas is an obstacle. He may be candidly he may be the only guy who ever looked at me and said, have a good night. He made a point to say it twice that I knew. He recognized that I was working. And that he acknowledged I was there. Again, you laugh all you want, liberals. I don't really care. That happened. I was there. I remember it happened. I remember looking at his face, that's a good man. Trying to take out one of the best of us It's really disgusting. Luckily, people like me get to stand in the way. All right, I got more coming up next, including just, I don't like overselling these things, but explosive scandal in the CIA. There's no other way to explain it. Really, no other way to explain it other than that. More coming up next we'll be right back. It took a panicked run on a major bank to lead to the second biggest bank failure in U.S. history and moody's just downgraded the entire U.S. banking system from stable to negative just a reminder why many people diversify their portfolios with something tangible, something that doesn't need bailing
"15,000" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"To house the influx of migrants being bused here from Texas, the city is now planning on housing some refugees at park district field houses. One of those field houses includes the one at brands park in the 3200 block of north elston. The issue there is that some of these locations are often used for day care and summer programs. Parent Michael busking spoke with ABC 7, the staff here was given virtual no notice they were told that 1 o'clock clear your stuff out were sending migrants to your facility. In a statement, Chicago park district saying, quote, the district understands the importance of these programs to the families we serve and is committed to the continuity of these vital services. All registered participants have a notified of the temporary relocation and will be accommodated. Looking for a job, Chicago based United is hiring after a big bounce back following the pandemic. United Airlines plan to hire 15,000 workers this year about 3800 will be in Chicago 2300 in Denver and 2100 in Houston, united currently has about 95,000 employees and is on track to hire an additional 50,000 workers by 2026. Many of the jobs are in the technology sector, including cybersecurity and app building, the airline also plans to hire 2300 pilots this year. There is still high demand to work for the friendly skies, the company has received over 12,000 applications for 4000 flight attendant jobs. Kim Gordon 8 90, WLS news. And investigation conducted by ABC 7 shows that the number of people who have moved out of the Chicago area continues to grow. They looked at relocating trends by analyzing the United States Postal Service change of address forms. And over the last 5 years, at least 294,000 people have moved out of the Chicago metro area that includes areas like Naperville and Elgin, Ivan arenas of UIC's institute for research on race and public policy. A lot of these changes and shifts and the ways in which people move are in simply decisions that they are making willfully. Another study shows that Cook County lost 68,000 people just between July of 2021 and July of 2022. That's according to recent U.S. Census estimates. And new scrutiny for artificial intelligence, the Biden administration today announcing plans for a public evaluation of the new technology. ABC News White House correspondent Karen Travers has the latest. When vice president Harris sits down today with the CEOs of top tech companies, alphabet anthropic Microsoft and OpenAI. A White House official says she'll underscore their responsibility as they develop AI and emphasize the importance of driving responsible trustworthy and ethical innovation with safeguards that mitigate risks and potential harms to individuals and society. The White House announced Thursday it will support public assessments of generative AI systems like chat GPT to educate the public about whether these new systems align with the administration's AI Bill of rights, which is aimed at preventing misuse of this new technology. Karen Travers ABC News, Washington. And Chicago firefighters battle the blaze at a high rise in the south shore neighborhood earlier this morning, the fire breaking out around 9 30 a.m. on the tenth floor of an apartment building in the 6700 block of south south shore drive. CFD saying the fire was extinguished after about 30 minutes and no one was injured. WLS news time 1204 will check the road. Kennedy inbound from O'Hare to the Bern is 56 minutes, 34 minutes in for montrose and 32 minutes back out to O'Hare, Eden's inbound Lake cooked to the junction just 22 minutes, no delays outbound. Ike from thornhill to the old post office 40 minutes, 26 on the flip, Stevenson I three 55 for the drive is 37 minutes. No delays outbound and the Dan Ryan, you're clear right now, you just slowed down a bit inbound between cermak road and Roosevelt road. Next traffic update in about 15 minutes get news on the hour, the half and when it breaks, continuous coverage at WLS a.m. dot com. I broke oval 8 90 WLS news. I would love advocate for those who need
Biden's Canada agenda stacked: NORAD, migration deals likely
"President Biden is in Canada's capital for talks with prime minister Justin Trudeau on a bunch of big global issues. I'm Ben Thomas with a look. Several of the world's most difficult challenges are on the agenda, the war in Ukraine, climate change, trade, mass migration, and an increasingly assertive China. But two important areas of agreement already appear in hand. U.S. and Canadian officials say Ottawa will escalate its timeline for military upgrades to the North American aerospace defense command. Norad, and an update to rules for migrants seeking asylum, the deal eliminates a loophole under existing rules that's resulted in thousands of migrants annually crossing into Canada at a non official checkpoint, enabling them to stay in the country. As part of the agreement, Canada is expected to announce that 15,000 migrants from the western hemisphere will be given slots to apply to enter. I'm Ben Thomas
NASA Webb telescope captures star on cusp of death
"NASA released a new image from the James Webb Space Telescope, the telescope is captured the rare and fleeting phase of a star. The light from that star has been traveling through space for about 15,000 years. NASA's amber strong says the material seen around the wolf rayet star that looks like dust is dust. The star is dying. But the end of a star's life, they shed their outer material. Their outer layers out into the rest of the universe. Shimmering in purple like a cherry blossom, the star may be dying, but the dust will live on. Spreading out into the cosmos and will eventually create planets. And this is how we got here, in fact. NASA says this star in the constellation Sagittarius is 30 times as massive as our sun and already has shed enough material to account for ten suns. I'm Ed Donahue
Bitcoin perps most negative since FTX collapse, while Bitcoin continues to be withdrawn from exchanges
"4 p.m. Sunday, march 12th, 2023 Bitcoin perp's most negative since FTX collapse, while Bitcoin continues to be withdrawn from exchanges. Quick take the second most amount of Bitcoin withdrawn from exchanges this year at roughly 15,000 BTC. The post Bitcoin perp's most negative since FTX collapse, while Bitcoin continues to be withdrawn from exchanges appeared first on crypto slate.
Can the Asbury Gospel Go Global? With Michael Aper
"Us now is Michael apert and aspera theological seminary student. You've probably heard or seen about the revival that has now sweeping the nation that started in asbury, Kentucky, Michael, welcome to the program. Thank you, Charlie. Michael, tell us from the front lines from the beginning, tell us the story of this revival. Yeah, well, on February 8th, there was a chapel service as usual and asbury university, which is a sister institution of asbury geological dissimilar. The chapel service concluded and there was a remnant of students that were interested in worshiping and continuing to submit themselves to holiness and make themselves to humility and to God and what that looked like was quickly we had students that were confessing their sins that were repenting of the ways they had been living and asking for prayer and joining and worship together and really that continued for days and days and days and even still continuing where now it's no longer a remnant of students in the chapel, but it's blown up to where our small two stoplight town has had an excess of 15,000 some are setting up to 20,000 individuals who have come here to experience what's going on to participate in the worship and so much so that the cities infrastructure has had to make some measures to mitigate that the toll that it takes on the city to have that many people here. Is
Army sees safety, not 'wokeness,' as top recruiting obstacle
"Their speculation on why military recruiting in the U.S. is down, but the army itself says the reluctance seems to stem from personal concerns, not ideology. Some Republican lawmakers have been pointing their fingers at cultural sensitivity or wokeness, while others were blaming the COVID vaccine mandate. The head of a House subcommittee Indiana Republican Jim banks is pledging to dismantle what he calls the Biden administration's woke agenda that is driving down military recruitment, but the armies had a marketing, major general Alex Fink says younger people just don't see the army as something that's relevant. The military conducted a survey last year of 600 people ages 16 to 28, who said they don't see the army as a safe place or a good career path, and they don't want to put their lives on hold if they enlisted. The armies offering new bonuses and incentives after its recruiting fell by about 25%, or 15,000 troops short of its goal of 60,000. I'm Jackie Quinn
Amanda Barratt on Her New Novel 'Within These Walls of Sorry'
"Folks, as promised, we have back on the program the author, Amanda Barrett, Amanda, welcome back. Thank you so much, Eric it's a joy to be here again. Listen, you are very young and yet you've written a number of beautiful important books. We talked about them on this program, one of them, my dearest Dietrich about Dietrich bonhoeffer, with whom I have some familiarity and then the white rose resists again about the resistance to the Nazis by Christians in Germany at the time. You have now written another book, the title of it is within these walls of sorrow, a novel of World War II Poland. You've gotten a lot of praise for this brand new book. So tell my audience and me, what is it the heart of this story? What is this about? So within these balls of star explores the true story of a group of Polish pharmacists in the Kraków ghetto. Risk their life. Pharmacists yes, they were pharmacies. I think I read that. I want to be clear my audience gets this. So this is in the crack. I'll get a group of pharmacists. You don't normally hear people. Referring to a group of pharmacists, but these were heroes. Please continue. So they were non Jewish pharmacists. He ran a pharmacy in the Kraków ghetto before it was the crack of get out. Then when the ghetto was established to do's was able to bribe the Nazi authorities to stay in the get out so he could continue to run his pharmacy and in that doing so he was able to provide aid to the Jewish inhabitants, the 12 to 15,000 Jews who had done the Kraków ghetto and his pharmacy was called under the ego.
Prepare for Influx of Migrants When Title 42 Ends
"Continuing to speak about the border, there was a meeting, a border patrol, I guess, met with, I don't know if it was the, I guess it was before Congress, chief border patrol agent Gloria Chavez, she held a meeting with local law enforcement in west ligo Texas, describing the administration's plan to release in mass immigration, I guess, foreign nationals into the U.S. when title 42 ends, which means that 15,000 a day are coming in through the southern border, right? Down in the valley where we're going, where we're headed. And she's saying that they're going to be released into the communities. Some of these people, as we know, are criminals. A lot of them are criminals. Yeah, title 42 is essentially a COVID restriction. And it said that there should be a restriction on the amount of illegals led into the country because they could be bringing COVID. So it seemed like a very practical point. But Biden was like, it's time to get rid of that. It's time to go to set aside a title 42, and their plan was, then we can go nuts. Though we can just let illegals in all over the place, dispatch them all over the country. So you can see here that there is a democratic strategy. And look, I'm not endorsing some kind of quote great replacement theory where they're trying to swap out the population for another population. But on a very simple level, they're trying to add future potential voters that are going to be habitually dependent on government Democrats. What they're doing is that they're unleashing future potential killers.
Praying Bold Prayers
"That past few years of passing and metro D.C. I believe we've gotten really good at following a really bad gospel, a gospel that prostitutes Jesus for the sake of comfort, power, prosperity, and politics in our country instead of exalting Jesus above everything in the world. And it's time for disillusioned and discouraged damaged and divided Christians and the next generation to follow Jesus into a different future. I wrote this book to encourage you asked to not hold back from experiencing the awe filled wonder of Jesus and otherworldly beauty of his church in our day, no matter what it costs. So you can find my new book don't hold back. Most anywhere you buy books or at don't hold back book dot com. Pray the word with David Platt is a resource from radical .NET. Mark chapter 11 verse 20 four, therefore I tell you whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it and it will be yours. That's quite a statement that leads to all kinds of questions, right? Whatever I ask for in prayer, if I just believe that I have received it, it will be mine. How many times have we prayed for something? And believed as best as we could tell, we really believed that it would happen. But then it didn't happen, so is there a problem with our faith and our belief or how does this not lead to a name it claim it kind of theology that says, just say whatever you want, could be any number of things, including health or wealth, prosperity in this world. If you believe it, it will be yours entire theologies and ministries have been based on that kind of claim. So how are we to understand Mark 1124? Well, there's a lot we could talk about here, but just to tie it with the whole premise of this podcast, pray the word the way Jesus puts this in John 15 is if you remain in me and my words remain in you ask whatever you wish and it will be given to you. The whole foundation for praying with faith is praying with trust in the word of Jesus. Praying with trust in what God wants in our lives said in many occasions and I was just talking with one of my sons about this. This last week, the secret to success in prayer and we could walk all over scripture to see this, but it's twofold, the secret to success and prayer is number one, make your wants. Gods wants, and then number two ask for whatever you want. Make your wants, gods, wants, then ask for whatever you want and believe that it will be yours. Believe God's word. That's the beauty of what Jesus is inviting us to in relationship with him through prayer to a confident praying according to his word in such a way that we can know we have what we've asked for. And there are circumstances where we don't know exactly what is God's will to heal us or someone else or not. To change this circumstance or not. But we know, according to God's word, there are so many things we can ask for for peace for contentment for strength for joy in the middle of whatever circumstances we are in. For sufficiency from God and satisfaction in God, regardless of whether the healing comes or not. These are things we know God wants. And when we ask for them, according to his word, we can know we have them. And you might think, well, what good is that? I want to be healed. I want this circumstance to change. And this is where we realize that far more than we need circumstances to change. And far more than we need physical healing. We need the peace, the strength, the hope, the joy that supersedes circumstances. That's supersede physical conditions that are only found in Jesus and will last forever. So ask for these things and know that you have them believe that you have the make your wants. God's wants, then ask for whatever you want, believing that you have received it. Oh, Jesus teaches to pray like this with confidence in you and your word, not confidence in our wisdom to know what's best and a certain situation. Learned you alone are all wise and as your children would come to you with our desires for healing and our lives or other people's lives for resolution of this or that circumstance for redemption and this or that situation. And as we ask for these things, we ask for them with trust in you to work and whatever way is wisest for our good for your glory and so we pray that you would make our wants your wants and that you would give us confidence to ask then for whatever we want according to your word. So God amidst all kinds of specific things going on in our lives. We pray right now for wisdom according to your word. For joy, according to your word. For peace, according to your word, for patience, according to your word for your provision in every way we need. And every way others need. We ask for the spread of the gospel through our lives and our circumstances. We ask for your glory to be made known through our lives and our circumstances, God, we know all of these things we're asking for are according to your word. God is we pray for unreached people in the world. We know what we're asking is according to your word. For the Boulogne people of Myanmar, 15,000, this small, people group in Myanmar, we know your word says you love them. You desire their Salvation. You desire the spread of the gospel to them, and you've purchased them. You've paid the price for their Salvation. So we pray. We ask you for this for the guys for the boo long, and we know that it will happen. We ask that you would raise up laborers to spread the gospel of the Boulogne and billions of other people like them. And we know, according to your word, Matthew 9, 37, 38, that you will send out laborers. We will have what we have asked. God, we pray. You give us confidence in prayer. Help us to pray with faith, believing Mark 1124. That whatever we ask for in prayer, according to your word and your wants, we believe that we have received it. Henry prays you that it will be ours. And Jesus name we pray. Amen.
Boeing plans to cut about 2,000 finance and HR jobs in 2023
"Boeing has announced its cutting jobs in the finance and human resources departments. The company says a total of about 2000 jobs will be eliminated this year. According to the Seattle times, Boeing plans to cut about 1500 finance jobs and about 400 HR positions. But Boeing issued a statement saying it will quote significantly grow its workforce this year, with plans to add another 10,000 employees with a focus on engineering and manufacturing. Last year, Boeing said it added 15,000 jobs. The company had 156,000 employees at the end of 2022. I'm Mike Hempen.
The Tragedy of Lebanon's Currency Devaluation
"All right Friends, well, if you have been on Bitcoin Twitter this week, you've probably seen some tweet like this hyper viral message from Leia halpern. She writes, Lebanon Central Bank has announced it will devalue its currency by 90% as of tomorrow. Imagine waking up one day in your life savings are gone. Absolutely criminal. Now on the surface this is a totally understandable take, but in many ways what happened this week was not the trigger event, but instead. The culmination of years of monetary and economic horror for the people of Lebanon, so today we're going to try to give all that a bit more context and this is a story I've been following almost as long as this podcast has been around. In April 2020, I released an episode called when currencies fail, a primer on the crisis in Lebanon. At that time, part of why Lebanon had exploded into consciousness for the citizens of Bitcoin Twitter were provocative headlines saying that Bitcoin was trading at 15,000 U.S. dollars per Bitcoin in Lebanon. That was more than twice the $7000 price it had in U.S. markets. Now when one poked and prodded, this was the classic issue of the difference between the official and the black market exchange rate. In other words, Bitcoin wasn't trading at a 200% premium. The black market for Lebanese lira, which are also known as Lebanese pounds, instead valued the pound at only 50% of what the official exchange rate did. Thus the two X premium if you priced Bitcoin in the official exchange rate.
"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Mortgage rates working their way into new home construction. It's going to be something to follow. It has been strong because builders had a lot of backlogs. We'll see if they're starting to slow down or if that drop was merely weather related. The Philadelphia fed is out Tom and the Philadelphia fed comes in at negative 8.9. That's an improvement from negative 13.7, which was the December figure. Now, the number everybody wants to see in all of these ISM kind of things is the prices paid index and prices paid falls to 24.5 from 36.3. The prices received index is 29.9 versus 28 one. So basically we're getting a much better inflation story in almost every bit of data that we get. Jobless claims, 190,000. Stop and discuss. Screwed up. Seasonally screwed up is my guess. 90,000 is a crazy low number. It's down from two O 5, the week before. And whether it's correct or not, and I don't think it's really telling me exact story. It does say to everyone, no real change in the labor market. And that's going to be something the fed has to consider here. I mean, one 90 here you take a, I take the four week moving average, which is a Bloomberg function folks of jobless claims here, but we are seeing the Bloomberg financial conditions index just in the last moment. Spike up here again, some people say we're restrictive or sort of near restrictive and other people are saying, look at the data, we're not restrictive. Which is it? Well, this is going to be a sharp debate over the next couple of months as the data continues to come in mixed like this, which is kind of what happens when you're in a tightening cycle. And the fed is close to its terminal rate. Jim bullard, the other day saying, we're not restrictive yet. Influential, but not a voter this year. We will hear from John Williams and lael brainard today. So far from Williams. I'm going to do academics here with marching in a minute. But tell me about the academics of John Williams and what a pro like you will listen for today from the gentleman of our school. Well, he was the first to articulate the idea that Jay Paul glam done to have sort of like an onion of inflation and that they're I've been reading about. How's the cookie part of the show with Julia McKee? Please. And so we'll see where he thinks we are in peeling that onion. It's really not a question I don't think any more of 25 versus 50 at this next meeting. They want to be careful as they go forward. 25 seems baked in pretty much everybody on the fed is talking about that. So I wouldn't be surprised if he says 25, but let's see what he says about the terminal rate and lamb brainer because she's been perhaps the most dovish. And accumulative fed in a cumulative way saying we're going to have a lot hitting the economy and maybe we're starting to see that. And we need to be careful as we go forward. This is going to be the interesting thing. Very interesting to see here. And of course, yields move higher here. Nicely. 4.11 and the two year yield shows the movement of the morning. This is a great honor. We're going to do this in McKeon going to talk to the outgoing head of the Kansas City fed here with a real competence of public policy. Mark T and I joins us right now. He is with Barclays. He's chief U.S. economist, but far more his academics is entrenched in the debate of the moment. Years ago, a guy named Olivier Blanchard said this 808 page book is a classic. It's a book no one except Gianna is read. It's called interest in prices by Michael Woodford. When Mark, when you were at Princeton, you were steamed under professor Woodford now at the Columbus Columbia and in all that, and it's a knowledge of the underlying theory of what interest in prices do to people like you or Ben Bernanke or Michael Woodford. Do you have a theory right now that's operative or are you flying blind? Well, I think good morning and thank you for having me. Now we think of the framework basically that got describing that in the textbook and developed in the textbook. Really underlies a lot of the thinking among monetary policy makers. Across the world, I would say people think a lot about your policy through the communications of the fed and other central banks through the effects of policy actions longer term as well. I think the forward guidance is a direct implication of the framework developed in the textbook and that's something that has been used at length by central banks, certainly here in the U.S. and around the world. Where in the continuum from a COVID shock, a medical disaster and all the supply side, not supply side, but supply dynamics back over to traditional fed theory. Where are we in that timeline right now? I think we are very much revisiting the more normal dynamics now. There's a lot has been very unusual and very unique with the pandemic. But what we are seeing now is a classic tightness in the labor market, having labor supplies fairly limited and liberty man is really, really strong. And that results in substantial substantial wage growth and the classic tool for policy here is to keep raising interest rates and tighten policy in order to tame that labor market and try to bring the economy on a more sustainable path so that inflation returned back to the 2% target. So I think this dynamic is something that we've seen over time. We've seen certainly back in the 70s. And now the fed is using those tools again. The
Thousands of Illegal Aliens Will Cross After Title 42 Ends
"This rule 42 will be lifted As a result of a ruling by judge Emmett Sullivan and Washington D.C. who hasn't stepped a foot in El Paso Dax's or McLean or McAllen Texas The estimates right now are that the immigration surge each day will double From 7 to 8000 to 15,000 a day 15,000 immigrants illegal immigrants will cross the border Every day now for those of you who are good at math that's 450,000 every month 450,000 every month I want you to think about that Almost 6 million give or take for the entire year one year In two years we already have four and a half million illegal aliens in this country's result of the Biden administration They keep saying there's 11 million Folks are on 11 million There's got to be 30 million We have 50 million people in this country of 320 million who were not born here
"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bracing for hurricane Ian. The national hurricane center says Ian is now a category two hurricane and is currently predicted to strike the West Coast of Florida or the Florida Panhandle by Thursday. A significant storm surge event is quite possible for portions of the West Coast of Florida, very vulnerable to storm surge. It's already reached winds of up to a 100 mph. NASA's dart mission is a success. The space agency intentionally crashed a small spacecraft into an asteroid Monday to test the interplanetary defense system. The spacecraft traveling more than 14,000 mph hit the asteroid located nearly 7 million miles away from earth, researchers will measure whether the probe will alter its orbit. The January 6th House committee is convening for another public hearing Wednesday. Committee members are promising new information on last year's attack against the U.S. capitol, no witnesses have been announced. It'll be the committee's 9th public hearing and the first since late July. Starbucks says it's ready to start contract negotiations at hundreds of U.S. stores next month. Brad Ford reports Starbucks and sent letters to 238 stores so they proposed three week window in October to start negotiations. All of those stores have voted to unionize this year in elections certified by the national labor relations board. The stores are located in 36 states. Starbucks says they look forward to negotiations, union officials are more skeptical. Starbucks has opposed unionization of its over 9000 company owned stores in the U.S.. The 2022 midterm elections are shaping up to be one of the most expensive campaign seasons ever. Political campaigns have spent almost 6 and a half $1 billion on ads which surpasses both the 2018 and 2020 election cycles. Data compiled by Facebook and Google shows campaigns have spent almost $50 million on midterm ads on those platforms alone. I'm Brian shook. New York senator Kirsten gillibrand is calling for billions of dollars in federal relief for Puerto Rico, Natalie migliori reports. The senator wants Congress to authorize $1 billion in nutritional lead for Puerto Rico and has introduced a bill to expand snap benefits for the island. We need help for the people of Puerto Rico not only to survive and recover, but we need them to give them help to rebuild. She's also requesting the federal government, put an additional $2.9 billion into fema's disaster relief efforts. Meantime, Congress members nydia the last quest and Gregory meeks wanted additional foreign affairs money for other islands recovering from hurricane Fiona, like the Dominican Republic. Over 60 different ready to eat meat products are being recalled over possible Listeria contamination. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said the products originated at Berman meat and processing ink between July 7th and September 9th, a full list of the affected products can be found on the food safety and inspection services website. The UK has announced sanctions against individuals and organizations linked to Russia's referendums in Ukraine. In London, Ali Barrett says the votes in four regions of Ukraine on whether to become part of Russia are illegal sham referendums. 33 officials in the Ukrainian regions holding votes are being sanctioned, as is I am a consulting which the UK says it believes has been managing the public campaigns for the referendums. The UK's also adding four further oligarchs to its sanctions list and 55 board members from state linked organizations that help fund the Russian war operation. Ali Barrett London. A trailer is being released for a documentary about Hollywood's autograph seekers, Hollywood signs will explore the relationship between celebrities and their fans related to the autograph collecting subculture. Hollywood signs will release digitally in the U.S. tomorrow. I'm Brian shook. And I Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's get you caught up on this hour is top business stories and the markets. The Bank of England and the UK treasury have failed in a joint bid to calm financial markets. There had been traders speculation, the UK would launch a stronger intervention, possibly including emergency rate hikes to stem and decline in UK assets. Instead, the BOE governor Andrew Bailey said the Central Bank would make only a full assessment of the government's budget plans and Sterling's latest slump at its November meeting. In the meantime, fed officials are stressing the need to reduce inflation despite a risk to employment. Cleveland fed president Loretta mester said that restrictive policy would need to be in place for longer. Boston fed president Susan Collins and her Dallas counterpart Lori Logan called restoring price stability, job number one, even if it hurts. Atlanta fed chief Rafael basic shared his view, but said that the risk of spillovers from turmoil in the UK would require close watching. I think what we've seen in the reaction to the proposed plan is a really concern and a fear that the new actions will add uncertainty to the economy. You know, one of the things that I spend a lot of time thinking about is how do we create more certainty for a consumers? And that is Rafael bostic. And at least two fed speakers said that they are not in a vacuum and it's getting mentioned. That may be what we see encouraging investors around the world because we're seeing some modest gains in the Asia Pacific. The MSCI Asia Pacific index is actually up a tenth of 1% and the nikkei has rallied about 7 tenths of 1%. Elsewhere the SX 200 and Sydney up about three tenths of 1%. Global news, 24 hours a day, live and at Bloomberg quick take brought to you by 2700 journalists in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, this is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law. A divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge. Tell us a little about the facts of the case. Peter views with prominent attorneys
Border States Understandably Concerned As Repeal of Title 42 Looms
"Tell you what's going on. So there's this thing that Donald Trump administration put into place back in March of 2020 during the haida coronavirus called title 42. It's something that the federal government has on its books that it hasn't often used, but it goes all the way back to 1944, and it's enabling the federal government to quote have the power to prohibit in whole or in part the introduction of persons and properties from certain countries during a public health crisis if there is quote a serious danger of the introduction of such disease into the United States. And so of course, the Trump administration put this into place in March 2020 because they were trying to stop the spread of COVID, but now that's going away because the CDC is decided, you know what COVID's not quite the problem, that it once was. And so now people can apply for asylum and that whole process can happen right here on this side of the border. And so in anticipation of this, our border patrol is getting a very nervous, the expectation is that you're going to have at least 8000 people apprehended per day. That number could swell to 15,000 and the expectation is that you're going to see unlike a border crisis unlike anything you've ever seen before, you know, we were already pre COVID dealing with massive numbers and now, in this environment, even with title 42, they're on the books still, we've been looking at nearly a million migrants that have come in over the last 5 and a half months. It's the fiscal year beginning in October for the border patrol. So we're going to have a problem. I mean, the expectation is this is going to be at least twice as bad, and you can understand why states like Texas and Florida are concerned.
Remembering the Success of 'Rescuing Sprite'
"And I wrote rescuing Sprite before I wrote liberty and tyranny Because our dogs bright passed away and I didn't want to write What would become known as liberty and tyranny I was not in the mood to write at all I just don't handle these things very well He's kind of keep to myself But what happened was the first week it came out rescuing Sprite sold an enormous number of books for a dog book by me just because I'm a dog person but I'm not like a dog expert People didn't expect the book like that for me But the book did extremely well The many went to A local rescue much of it went to rescues throughout the country I was attacked for what was it pay for play right mister And then we keep the money How is that paid That doesn't matter So anyway we sold ten to 15,000 more books than ten rogo But there was no way the New York slimes and its and its invisible faceless leftists who make these decisions about the list no way they were going to allow Mark Levin and his dog book to beat Tom Brokaw So that first week they gave us number three And broke all number two Even though that we were number two and broke always number three
Lauren Davis Reacts to the Rumor That Texas Is 'Turning Blue'
"States But Texas there have been some rumors mostly started by beto and others that Texas could be going blue in the future I don't see that in the trajectory even border towns in Texas which have large proportions of minority voters are starting to trend in the freedom and liberty direction You and I support What are you seeing in Dallas which definitely has been trending a little blue over time What do you see in there Well I'll tell you I don't believe anything that people like beto say or the left says that when they speak they're telling us what they're scared of And we're going to be redder and more conservative and constitutionally minded than we ever have in Texas Because people are waking up If someone like me state can stand up and then in two months my campaign was two months mobilized 15,000 more voters than predicted And then when 69% of that vote we are winning and they are scared So I would say don't believe it we are going to turn out but we're turning out for truth And I keep saying in my campaign this is a truth wave because that's what I truly feel on the ground People are seeking the truth They're done being lied to they're done with the spin and they just want someone to mean what they say And I think that's going to win out and that will cross party lines
"15,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Was in 15,000 And Ethereum was at 400 Our client and other clients are definitely concerned about the volatility and the way in which these assets trade But they see the potential And they need as medical said There are hiccups with regards to legal and operational There are clearly structural impediments at a high level you could summarize as partners and plumbing This industry is growing as partners and plugging to enable institutions to onboard And they're coming because they see that this may well be the way by which assets move in the future and is much bigger than a couple assets that are a little bit volatile in your portfolio I want to get into regulate the regulatory environment because that's certainly a big piece of this Let me just ask you because you talked about Bitcoin you talked about Ethereum Those are two that we talk about a lot here at Bloomberg Is it going to be a smattering of different currencies that stay with us I mean we pull up our monitor and the list is rather long and we know that there's a ton out there Is it Bitcoin that continues to be the dominant cryptocurrency Is it Ethereum There were some stories that I was reading this morning that the flows are moving out of Bitcoin and into Ethereum Michael what do you think Do we know at this point I don't think we know at this point I think that A singular family of precious stones or precious metals However each of them have an addressable market and addressable use case and a different price And through that lens you may find that there's a cohort of digital assets that grow and thrive and coexist in each of them do in fact occupy their own addressable market have their own use cases in their own prices Whether or not that's Bitcoin Ethereum other assets it's early days so it's hard to say what that'll look like But if there's any telling how this ecosystem evolves certainly going to see the emergence of more protocols before we see consolidation Michael do you have a price on Bitcoin though since that seems to be the dominant player though that we talk about You know I never give Bitcoin price predictions I've been in this industry for 8 years and what I can tell you is really just what investor behavior has been As you said the Bitcoin price has moved around quite a lot even recently And so when we see dips and prices we often see that as an opportunity and investors moving into buy those dips If they find mentally I'm not change their perception or their conviction and investment but they can buy an asset ten 15 sometimes 20% cheaper than they could a day two days ago well that's a compelling opportunity in investors tend to action those types of opportunities That was grayscale CEO Michael sonnet shine and Sebastian baya president of one river digital at one river asset management.
"15,000" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Says It was his badge that proved he was who he said he was. I'm Matt Levin for marketplace. Yeah. Coming up back to school is usually really big business for us. Usually That's not good First, though, let's do the numbers. Dow Industrials Lost 151 points the day 4/10 percent 8 34,079, the NASDAQ Down 38 points. About a quarter percent. Finished at 15,000 to 48, the S and P 500 down 20 points 4/10 percent 44 93 word from San fields about that airline story. An airline stocks today. Well, lots of lift. Shall we say, Delta of three and 6/10 percent. Jet blew up. 4%. American Airlines up. 5.5% Biden ministrations. Vaccine News. Mitchell gave us some companies already on the vaccine mandate Trained CVS down 9 10% Today. Facebook up to 10% Citigroup, up about a half percent oil down today is trying to make clear it will tap its state oil reserves. Exxon Mobil was flat Chevron Down about 4/10 of 1% Day, bond prices went up. That means the yield goes the other way. The.
"15,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"They hope to hire 15,000 employees across the nation and their coast to coast Career day next Thursday. Chipotle is using the new tiktok resumes feature as part of its hiring process. I'm John Herrick on the level on the going on. W I b c dot com Things are heating up, but you blur during the BIS of summer sales event. They're out to buy more cars than ever before. They'll buy your car on the spot for more than you think it's worth. Hurry into hubler or visit drives you blur dot com This is inside Indiana business radio brought to you by M CM CPAs and advisers. Your full service, accounting and advisory firm where people matter leaders inspire and excellent rules. I'm Gary Dick getting back to business. Indie pop Con returns this weekend for its eighth anniversary at the Indiana Convention Center and is expected to be one of the larger post pandemic conventions in Indiana founder Carl Doniger says from superheroes and sci fi characters. The tabletop and video games. The event will offer a little bit of everything in many genres and will bring economic impact. Of course, everything benefits us and all the people that participated in the convention. But the economic impact of central India that were locals were truly local. Yes, So we love bringing in that kind of economic impact before Dwayne City Council has given a unanimous preliminary approval to a rezoning request for Phase two of electric works. Phase two will be a privately financed $107 million mixed use development featuring a six deck parking garage. And more than 280 residential units and retail space, a popular Chicago based fast casual restaurant chain is growing. It's Indiana footprint. Our partners of the Times of Northwest Indiana. Report, Portillo's is planning a new location and Schererville as part of a mixed use development along U. S 41 from the States number one source for Indiana Business news. You're listening to inside Indiana Business radio. The 2021 Indiana Fever season is officially underway. Lays.
"15,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Various first responders tasked with keeping an expected record breaking crowd. Safe and happy from Amesbury. Kendall Buell WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Don't do it yourself. Experts are asking people to be hypervigilant of local laws and safety protocols when it comes to fireworks this after a spike last year in deaths and injuries related to firework incidents because of canceled professional shows, the U. S Consumer Product Safety Commission found a 50% increase from 2019 to 2020 with 15,000 people in the ER because of fireworks incidents. 18 people were killed and more than half of those incidents occurred during the Fourth of July weekend. Two of the three suspects wanted in an overnight home invasion in Woonsocket, Rhode Islander in custody that has led to a shelter in place for a while. Over the Massachusetts border and Franklin. The suspects allegedly broke into a home in one socket, holding the residents hostage with guns, duct tape or socket. Police commanders, Thomas Odes, They were tied up with duct tape. Yes, and the they advised just that they were. They were tired of it, actually, at gunpoint by these two individuals who were masked. Had gloves on. Police say no one was hurt that home invasion but cash was stolen. An investigation is continuing. And the search for the third suspect continues as well. 4 38 We head off to Wall Street. Andrew Oh, day is at Bloomberg, where it is definitely winner Winner Chicken dinner day. Yeah, Winner Winner winner If we're going to count up the number of indexes that set new records stock roads across the board. Dow up 153 to a new record. NASDAQ Up 117 to a Record S and P 532 to its seventh record in a row after the Labor Department said today that the U. S economy created a graded them forecast 850,000 jobs. In June. As the economy reawakens demand to get around is rising, and that's putting pressure on uber and lift to recruit more drivers. Right now, the companies are spending millions on perks to entice gig workers and helping keep more drivers on the road but also costing them more. Dow Jones reports uber and lift are considering longer term incentives for drivers including education assistance, gas and insurance, discounts, and Even helped buying new cars. Andrew.
"15,000" Discussed on WBUR
"Years is a long time. But I like the grit of the teen love. Coach Tips is doing And The potential And I think that What The rest said that next are cool. Anymore. That is Not the case. Now that is cold. That is cold. Yeah. How How did you feel in the garden The other day? It sounded amazing. It was its sound Amazing on television. You must know how felt to be In the garden. 15,000 people sound like was 30,000. What Let me just say victims forever. Had never done it easy. Always gotta do it the hard way. And, uh, Don't expect that this serious I never once thought that next quarter street, the Hawks, you know, Spike, may you live to be 150 make many, many more movies. But when, when And if you ever leave the mortal coil. Your obituary will say, not only one of the great filmmakers of his time, but the great basketball fan of his time, and I've always tried to imagine. Like I get in the Hall of Fame ahead of me. I talk too much Alfred Hitchcock courtside and want to sees one of one of the one of the YouTube channels or whatever it was Focused on you during game one of the Knicks against the Hawks, and you're up and down emotions and up and down emotions. No, All I had to think was you must have been his tired as a player at the end of the game. Well. I've been blessed. Be position. Sit courtside. And No other event sport.
"15,000" Discussed on KOMO
"To happen Sunday night. 15,000 fans at Madison Square Garden for playoff game between the Knicks and the Atlanta Hawks, way exactly the Garden and so long, so this is nice to get that energy back. It was the largest indoor event in New York State since the pandemic, ABC. Steve Olson saw me ABC is George Stephanopoulos spoke with Dr Richard Besser, the CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, about the news of these cases of heart inflammation, and people who've recently had the Copen 19 vaccine to me, it tells me the system is working. You know, there's a A an independent safety committee that reviews data every single week to look for any particular signals that They could raise concern. And so when they saw cases of Maya card itis, even though it's not more than they would normally see, they say, Let's investigate this. Make sure there's no connection because we do know that Meyer card ID's can occur, and it can occur following a viral infection, So the question they want to see is are. They think certain there's no connection here, and so far, there's no signals that they're saying. You raised that alarm. So what do you say to parents now who want to take a wait and see approach to the vaccine until the investigation's air done? Yeah, you know, I think every parent has to make their own decision as as a pediatrician. What I would say is, at this point, there's nothing to raise concern. This is telling me that the system is working. And we do know that covert infection itself can be very serious. We've lost hundreds of hundreds of Children. There have been thousands who've been hospitalized. Thousands who've developed an inflammatory syndrome. 11 of the pieces of that can be Meyer card itis. And so what I would say is, from my perspective, the risk of cove. It is so much greater than any theoretical risk from the vaccine. I would say, go ahead so we can get our lives back to what we want them to be. And Richard so clear now that the vaccines really have helped us turn this corner It's absolutely amazing. I have to pinch myself, George. Just the idea that there are three vaccines that are being used in the United States this soon after new infection. And the downturn is incredible. And with summer here I think it's going to continue. ABC is George Stephanopoulos, speaking with Dr Richard Besser, the.
"15,000" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You attribute it to a nursing home, or you attributed to a hospital? How about if you were in a nursing home and got sick? And then were sent to a hospital and you died in the hospital. Who do you attribute that death, too? This is not the most complicated math problem at the nursing home. That's where you got it. How hard is it to figure out? If you got sick in a restaurant, they saying the house when you died? Well, not a restaurant Death. It's a hospital death. Let's say in the hospital, anybody has the virus. They put him in the parking lot. They could then say these were not hospital. Dusty's were parking lot deaths. They were not hospital. The parking lot this so I mean, what does that mean? It was a hospital death. That's where you go if you get sick. So no police shooting know the police have never killed anybody. Because they died in the hospital. That was the hospital death, Not a police death. I mean, it's the dumbest argument in the world in the 99% pile bracket of informed people. How many people died in nursing homes. None of you know. Yeah, we know 15,000 Latest count is 15,000. So our number one concern, especially in this superheated political environment. Was whatever number we put out had to be accurate. Yes. So why did he obstruct? Why did you withhold the numbers? Why did he order people to bury numbers? Not give them to anybody. Why did the ID the numbers He went to 10 minutes of you have to be accurate. We were trying to be acted. Would you give numbers dead on accurate? We wanted to be accurate. What if we gave numbers that when they went to this whole trump stuff he couldn't throw in the name Trump. Enough. We were being investigated that Trump Justice Department that Trump they kept yelling. Trump is if that's the magic word that'll get him out of trouble. But it was a legitimate investigation. You killed 15,000 people 15,000 families clamoring for justice here, but he kept trying to say was political. That's why you had to hide in this highly political was in the middle of a presidential campaign. And the president was blaming Democratic governors and pointing to nursing homes as the problem. Don't be once, Lucy Holmes, that everybody were yelling at him. A 15,000. People just died her. Could you look into it? But he claims it's all it was trumpets. Trump just yelled Trump. If you're a little tried to be respectful of the process. Well, that's the sexual harassment. We'll get to that a little later, we'll still get to whether we're re opening on. July 1st. We'll get to that. Also, there's going to be a big shortage of summer of things. We need to worry about. We'll get to that coming up. But check out the Web page. This Joe Biden is the weirdest guy ever. He's so bizarre. Watch this yesterday. This is the president of the United States. Watch this video where he gives his wife like the dumbest, cheapest gift ever. Watch this weirdo. Tell me, this is mean, if a grown man did this, you just think it's weird Watch is the president of states. Take a look at this video. It's up on the Web page, Go to 7 10. W o r dot com slash marks. 7 10 w o r dot com slash mark Small Geico presents motorcycle.
"15,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"15,000 New York Nursing home patients died from the virus. The New York Post reporting that Melissa Derosa secretary to the governor, told leading states Democrats during a video conference call the Cuomo administration withheld data of the nursing home deaths to avoid scrutiny by the Justice Department. New York Republican Party chairman Nick Langworthy, saying prosecution and impeachment discussions must begin right away. House Democrats have concluded two days of prosecuting their impeachment impeachment case against former President Trump lead impeachment manager representative Jamie Raskin, asking in his closing arguments and generate six. Why did President Trump would not at any point that day? Condemn the violent insurrection and the insurrectionists. The president's defense team has two days beginning today to present their case. Texas Senator Ted Cruz, one of the jurors, telling Fox News at night, there's no chance of the Senate conviction in two days in 16 hours of presenting their case they haven't come remotely close. To demonstrating that President Trump's conduct violated the law that it constituted. Incitement for votes in the Senate is expected early next week, a federal appeals court and then the U. S. Supreme Court blocking Alabama from lethal Lee injecting Willie B. Smith last night. For murder committed in 1991 court's ruling that a state ban on personal clergy in the death chamber good violate his rights to religious freedom. Just as Amy Cockney barrettes joining in the ruling to allow a lower court's injunction against the execution to stand, America is listening.
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"More than 15,000 vaccine doses a day on average, CVS and Walgreens completed vaccination clinics in Maryland nursing homes. Now set their sights on assisted living centers. A fire in Gaithersburg, sending families out into the cold, with weather growing colder, But things could have been much worse and heroic Neighbor stepping in to rescue a grandfather, a grandmother and two Children. The fire erupted Saturday night All Sterling terrorists George to Torino lives across the street. He says He was playing video games when he noticed something strange. I look to the right And I was like, interesting. This looks like a fire. He says. He ran to the home to see if anyone was inside. He answered the door and then I told him like, Get out. Get across the street. You didn't respond. I assume because there was more people in the house. The Toronto says. He went inside the home and saw a woman struggling to escape. Dedicated one arm and she couldn't get the other one. And then I ran down the hall where she pointed that the kid was grabbed the kid. There were no injuries and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. Occasion James W. T. O P News and New tonight A man was rescued from the Metro tracks in Northeast D. C. Happen around 6 30 this evening near the Minnesota Avenue metro Station, DC fire Andy Messing. The man was on the tracks when they arrived. He wasn't hit by the train but was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay and still ahead. Frustrations growing about the vaccine roll out some people saying their appointments Canceled. 10 07. Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve.
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"About 30 guys going up against 15,000, and he was one of those guys who got knocked down early on. Some guys started getting a hold of my gun, and, uh, they were screaming out. Um Kill him with his own gun. Um At that point, you know, it was just like self preservation. Um, you know, how do I survive this situation? And I thought about, you know, using deadly force. I thought about shooting people, Um And then I just came to the conclusion that No. If I was to do that, I might get a few. But I'm not gonna take everybody and they'll probably take my gun away from me. And that would definitely give him the justification that they were looking for to kill me. If they already didn't have made that up in their minds s O The other option. I thought of was, you know, trying to appeal to somebody's humanity. Um, They're not just remember yelling out that I have kids on it seemed to work. Um, some people in the crowd started to encircle me and try to offer me some level of protection. Lot of people have asked me. You know my thoughts on the individuals in the crowd that, um You know that helped me or try to offer some assistance on I think kind of conclusion I've come to is like No, thank you for being there. Thank you. But if you for being there, I want to point out we didn't.
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"Use radio 6 10 Wi OD buddy. A sunshine right now makes him with just a few clouds 62 pointing peach and 67 degrees right now In Miramar. It's 9 31 local police, the FBI, the National Guard, They're all bracing for the possibility of more trouble at the U. S Capitol next week. Cowboys for Trump Co founder Coid Griffin is certain that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent. Posting from the capital on January 634 rest regal elections or this is what you're gonna get. He also makes no secret of his plan to return to Washington for the inauguration with two guns in his car. Believe we have a great day coming. I believe it's gonna come on January 20th. And it will be a day that will be historic for a country. He insists he didn't take part in the violence or vandalism on January 6th that is a B C's Jim Ryan reporting. Meanwhile, Washington is expected to be a little safer thanks to Florida National Guard troops on hand. 600 will be in Washington providing security for next week's inauguration. All told that the National Guard is sending 15,000 from across the country to D C ahead of next Wednesday's events. A lot of blame going around when it comes to the states, mishandling of the pandemic and the aftermath. Accountability starts with the leadership in state Senator Loran Books opinion the Pandemic Committee she sits on, We'll look at local officials who closed businesses. What how certain executive orders happened. What was the plan to distribute vaccines? I know that the Department of Economic Opportunity was not even this administration that really caused some of the massive failure. Lord is emergency management director blames the federal government for the slow vaccine distribution next week. Jackson Health System Hard Rock Stadium and Marlins. Parker scheduled to share just 22,000 doses for first time vaccinations. Miami Dade will get none for its county run sites. AIR CORRECT Biggest news radio 6 10 W. Y o D 222 new deaths reported yesterday here in Florida from covert 19, the most in a week. Department of Health, also announcing over 13,700 new cases and the positivity rate for new cases at over 8.5%. It's all coming up on 9 33. Israel is reportedly preparing a possible strike on Iran. Published reports in Israel say plans are in the works to conduct a strike on Iran's nuclear facilities, According to the report, Israeli military leaders have asked for plans to be drawn up for such a strike. The report comes after an ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel could attack Iran's nuclear program. If the United States rejoins the nuclear deal abandoned by President Trump. I'm Bill's M for Thousands of fast food employees across the U. S air going on strike as they seek higher minimum wage employees at McDonald's. Wendy's and other change will either stay home or walk off the job in about 15 cities today, some of them here in South Florida. They're demanding $15 an hour and the right to join a union. 9 34 coronavirus still impacting the MBA,.
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"It's unlike anything else around. It appears you've done some things to really take fish oil well to a whole new level. I know how excited purity is about product. What is the Omega Three Super pill? And why is it such a breakthrough? Pack Purity products is one of the leading vitamin companies in America today. Certainly our line of fish oils literally sold millions and millions of bottles. Hundreds of thousands of Americans take our fish oils every day. Fish oil does so many incredible things for our health. One of the things basically the only major thing that fish oil does not do, at least has not yet been clinically shown to do is to lower cholesterol. And so tens of millions of people are concerned about their cholesterol. We just were bombarded by customers who said, You've got to do something to help us out with our cholesterol. So instead of selling them to different products, we kind of did the simple thing and said, You know what? Let's take these plant sterols that have been developed recently. A new brand of plants. They're all that we get from you. Europe with great clinical data to lower cholesterol by up to 15% of the little list. Four weeks we took that ingredient and we combined it with our pharmaceutical great fish. Oil added something called Coenzyme. Q. 10, another critical heart nutrients, and we've got a triple action formula here like no other. We call it the Omega three super pills. Jason, Let's break it down. Let's go through these different items. One of the time Omega threes all over the news. Big headlines, major research articles. Why are fish oil? So dog on hot these days? Well, 15,000 published studies on the role of omega threes and human nutrition, and it grows by the day just about Every single dimension of our health is now shown to be positively impacted by omega threes, basically everything but as I said, cholesterol, but it will manage. Tryg Lyssarides will support blood pressure. It will help keep your vein flexible and functioning well, it'll keep the blood flowing. It's great to maintain a healthy heart rhythm. Fish oil is now being shown to have an incredible role in cognitive functioning. We're talking about memory mood, brain aging infant development cell. The cell communication focused fish oils will enhance or increase performance in the brain actually been shown to increase gray matter, and it goes to work and only minutes when taken as a supplement. New study showing immediate benefit. But he's showing long term cognitive benefits. They're looking official oil and just about every area of health, joint health, weight management, prostate health skin health. The list goes on and on nine out of 10 of you out there right now are clinically deficient in f A Z F A's air called essential fatty acids and the two most essential fatty acids are the two that are found in fish oil. D H A and e P A purity is fish oil products have Three times more concentration of these two key fatty acids than standard fish oils. These air called pharmaceutical grade fish oils, meaning they're manufactured in one of only a handful of pharmaceutically licensed facilities Right out of Norway. They make the best fish oil in the world. 90% concentrations completely pure, no mercury issues. No fish taste, no fish shoulders. Nothing like that. Just the incredible concentrated D H A and EPA. And if you were deficient in those two key fatty acids, there's a long list of symptoms that you could suffer from fatigue. Poor memory poor immunity. Certainly poor skin health dry skin. Obviously, your cardiovascular health might be impaired very clear correlations now between mood problems and low blood levels of EPA and D H a circulatory concerns. All of these things or associate it with low omega three blood levels. Most of us don't need enough fish. Fish is really the only great source of these two compounds. Visual supplementation has now become the biggest category in the vitamin business because of all the benefits all the clinically proven benefits of the EPA, and th A purity is really taken a leading role because we feel we have the best product and now the best product combinations that deliver even better benefits for people. We're talking with Jason Cam, president of product development of Purity products about an exciting new product available exclusively through purity products called the Omega Three Super Pill. We've got a special offer today. A free bottle offer. Stay tuned. We're gonna be given out that phone number Jason. Let's get to Ingredient number two because this Omega three Super Pill does something that no other fish oil product can do. It actually lowers cholesterol. Talk about these plant sterols explain how this works and why it's so important, right? Well, I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol. Obviously you want to lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol. Obviously, you wanna maintain it well in the world of dietary supplements, there is one Compound, one ingredient that stands head and shoulders above anything else. They're called plants. They're all they have over 140 human clinical studies shown to significantly lower LDL cholesterol. And again, LDL is the bad cholesterol HDL, the good cholesterol and the studies of pretty dramatic. They show that in his little as a few weeks, four weeks you can see anywhere from 5 to 15% reduction. In your LDL level safely and naturally, absolutely no side effects very effective. They've known about plants. They're all since the 19 fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than Staten drugs. So I won't tell people to stop taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this is an alternative to Statens Statens works by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Land sterols blocks the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines, plant sterols or similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confused little cells in your intestine called my feels into thinking that the plants they're all are actually the cholesterol particles so that my steals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol particles and the cholesterol particles instead, just get passed through your intestines. The point is, if you're on statins You can take plants. They're off as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol Studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits. And, of course, this particular product you get, obviously first off the full, clinically tested amount of the plants their roles to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label. May only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study has ever shown. Any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula Coke, you 10, which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about Coke, you 10 and why it's valuable for our health. What is it? What does it do? Well, Cokie Tennis found that everything will cell in your body. If they're from the moment your conceived till the moment you leave the earth Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme Q 10. So by the time you're in your senior years, you've only got about half assed much coke. You 10 as you did when you were about 20..