17 Burst results for "2.5 Months"

"2.5 months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Email and my husband's actually a communications guy, so he helped me kind of word. It Professionally. I kind of had like a lead in story I a mini speech. The pandemic has changed our lives in ways we could never have anticipated. So with that I'll be putting in my two weeks notice. I will have to say I'm not coming back. Today. We're going to hear from three people who changed their life by quitting. My name is dead Rest of other. I am 27 years old. I live in San Antonio, Texas, and I currently work as unaccounted right now. My name is Emma. Me Cough. I'm a registered nurse currently living on 1988 Catalina 36 Sailboat. I am 30 years old. I'm Jackie Baron. I am 52. I live in Chicago, Illinois, and I am Currently back in school, pursuing a master's degree and clinical mental health counseling. Let's start with Jackie Baron from Chicago. As you heard there, she's getting a degree in mental health. But until late last year she was a hairstylist. You all sit on the bus and notice everyone's haircuts. And it was the eighties when I grew up when you know the big things, and you know the curling irons and all that stuff. She loved doing here, especially the connections with her clients. And then when the pandemic hit all the salons in Chicago were closed for 2.5 months. And so I was just boom out of work kind of sitting around the house feeling useless. Kind of wondering. Well, what else could I be doing? March, 2020.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For MLB. I'm curious how the appeal will go. One of my thoughts was for Hector Santiago to invite The MLB is ours to work out. And have them show them exactly what he did to get that mixture. So I tend to believe him that it was sweat and rosin and maybe some dirt in there, and if he can replicate what they found on the glove, maybe that's the way he can get off the hook. But his reaction felt Genuine to me and again, we'll never really know. But yes, I think you know for a guy to miss 10 days. That really hurts his club. You'd think there'd be a little extra research and Diligence done before he's actually suspended. This is a team lead that has been struggling in their last 10 games. Is there something that you're noticing that besides the obvious injuries because we can always just say this is injuries? Is this just kind of the you know, Every team kind of goes through a relative slump like this, and the White Sox will find a way out of it when they get healthy, or is there something more to look into with this team moving forward? I think it's both. I think. Yes, they were do bad streak at some point, and this is the time they have run into a couple of hot teams and the Astros and the Mariners. But I think if you look around, you know they're not pitching quite as well as they did the 1st 2.5 months. They're scoring about three runs per game, which is way down from what we normally see. Defensively, They've been a little shaky, so I mean, that's all three areas right? There are no secrets in this game. You generally need to do a couple of those things really well to win. When I talk with Tony every day, you know there's a lot about the When not who you play. The twins have won seven of nine. The White Sox have lost seven of nine that can turn on a dime. We know that, But when you look at the records sometimes and you only see a team for two or three days, it doesn't always match up. Len KASPER joining us this is the Toyota Let's go places. Question of.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on 790 KABC

"At the gain of function. Research in the Wu Han Institute of Virology probably led to this outbreak. Is absolutely clear. The Chinese government covered it up afterward. And yet this administration is doing nothing about it. Truly nothing. Instead, they're punting over to the WHL, which was doing propaganda work for the Chinese for months on end after the pandemic began. Again, As I said yesterday, Now, isn't it excellent opportunity to draw a line in the sand with China. They should be paying you wanna talk about reparations have trying to pay reparations to the millions of people who are dead because trying to decided not to do anything about a widely known outbreak of coronavirus in their own country. Covered it up if they hadn't hated by the way, if they just said, we've got this, we don't know how to control it. Everyone, especially because it took them at least apparently 2.5 months to release the actual DNA's sequencing of the Corona virus. Within one weekend of that happening, the M R in a vaccine sequencing was done. If China had revealed to the world what was going on, early on, at least a million lives have been saved. And yet China's gonna get away with it. China's gonna talk about how terrible the United States is. The media are going to get going to continue to promote the idea that that China has any credibility with which to speak on these issues. They don't I mean, you were so busy attacking Trump for saying true things about China how China hit. This was probably broke out in the Chinese lab. They were so pissed off that trump all the time they forgot about the fact there's an authoritarian state around the world. Don't reach this thing on the rest of the planet and continues to aggressively promote invasion of three countries like Hong Kong and Taiwan. As your priorities are all screwed up. Already coming up. We're gonna talk about cowardice in Hollywood first. Let's talk about the fact that they're only two short things in life, Death and taxes. Well, now.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"At the University of North Georgia were presented with a unique challenge to rescue a fictitious journalist from a terrorist organization oversees. This was part of the N s a code breaker Challenge, a competition in which students must use reverse engineering, physics, drone, hacking and signals analysis skills to find and rescue the journalist. Race in pain. Director of U. N. G Center for cyber Operations Education, says he was very impressed by the student's performance this year. See the students working individually so hard to know that they're putting 100 200 or more hours in on this competition and the 100 days that they get to compete. They each had to work really hard. Ung won the competition for the second year in a row and pain says he hopes to do the same next year. Only 2.5 months into the year. The city of Savannah has seen more than 30 gun related incidents, and it doesn't look like it's going to slow down. But Mayor Van Johnson tells W s a V E. The problem begins and ends with the people comes down to a decision. He helps city leaders will work within the community to move towards ending gun violence. Georgia gasoline prices continue to rise as crude oil prices increase. That's the word from Triple A this week, the agency says. Demand has also pushed prices up a nickel this week the average statewide prices now to 33 in Hall County. The average price is 2 30 a gallon There's more news on access tube. You do you when And now here's your Access the beauty you and forecast still a slight chance of rain, ending temperatures falling below freezing overnight. Low thirties Tuesday. Mostly sunny, windy 43 27 Tuesday night Wednesday, mostly sunny but a 30% chance of afternoon showers. 51 showers, Possibly a thunderstorm Wednesday night from the access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby. In this moment. Who has your back? Do you know the name of your insurance agent? Does your agent know your name? Or would you call 1 800 number that connection with who? Another state,.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:02 min | 10 months ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In light of the bucks winning the Super Bowl. We're talking a little bit about that, and a couple other things. I've got some other Super Bowl related stuff that I want to get to a swell plus, the phone lines are open. 809 +69 93 52 is the number short show tonight We're only on till 7 30, then Lightning pregame takes over in the puck drops at eight for the game. So 809 +69 93 50 to take your calls really on any aspect. Of the Super Bowl, but but the two I think interesting debates that I have followed throughout the day today. One on who? The true M V P. The game was Brady won it, But was it really the Bucks defense? That one Super Bowl 55. Then I think this is interesting, and this isn't takeaway from either of the titles or anything like that. I just think it's an interesting conversation toe have off the two championships. That Tampa Bay teams have one which one is more impressive to you, the Bucks or the lightning. They're both very different and again, not to take anything away from either one of them, and I think and like I said earlier, I think you can make the case that the Rays even coming up a bit short might have been the most impressive thing of all, just because of what that baseball operation side has to work with, in terms of a budget. Every year. So 809 69 93 52 is the number. Let's get some calls here. I'll start with Thomas in Loots Thomas, thanks for the call. Hey, How you doing? Yes. So I got to disagree with you. The Lightning's victor, the Lightning Stanley Cup. It's amazing at the Rays run Woz and the Bucks run Woz. The Lightning Stanley Cup win was was by far. The biggest, most grueling thing Any team has to go to and biggest thing for anybody to get. They had to be 2.5 months, basically sequestered. Hotel. They had to play every other night, and when they play, it's 16 minutes of grueling playing. It's not like it's not. That's true baseball. Where baseball, you know, you know you're talking about being guys literally lose. Muscle Mass throughout the tournament. It's been documented. How much muscle mass these guys lose as they're going to determine just because they can't get the recovery time T o play. You also have overtime in hockey. Where you don't have that kind of overtime in any other sport, right? I mean football if you have an overtime period football, maybe it last 10 minutes. We literally saw a game during that tournament, and that's just one of many overtimes. Lightning have to play where they placed. You played three games in the span of Remember that remember that marathon game? So they have answered the game after them because they couldn't play the game because it was going so late. Remember that totally wiped out? I want to say, I think I think because of the time, I think, because of the time that game started, I'm pretty sure So much has happened since then. It's hard to remember anything these days. But I'm pretty sure that we were supposed to have a show that night. But the whole show got wiped out because game went so long. That was that was an incredible I think from a physical standpoint, I think you're right started three o'clock. Yeah, yeah, yeah, completely wiped out. Pm Tampa Bay. I think from a physicals from a physical standpoint, I think you're probably right. Is it mortgage ruling? What they went through? Yes, but I just think we can't discount the fact that you know Brady's on a new team. They don't have any timeto get on the same page kind of figuring it out as they go along throughout the season and then to go through the teams they went through and to win it like that. That I mean, that's that's pretty damn good. The Lightning were expected to win. They should have one, you know, in previous seasons, I mean, they've been great for a long time. Well, that's the thing with the tournament, though. That's the thing with Yeah. So it tournament. You're playing the best of seven. Right? So there are adjustments made things like that. You know, If you throw a swizzle lot of team, they might not be ready for it. In the next they might, they might get ready for the next game in the NFL. It's one game, so if you do something, and you know, there's no adjustment for the maid for the next game, I often joke with the Washington game is that it was thrilling to watch him beat Washington Can't wait. Wait till happened. What game too? Have a big lightning thing. A big buck stand too. Don't get me wrong. And you know I'm a sportsman overall, but But I'm sorry. I just think you look at me. Look at you. Look at the strategy you have to portray. You have to do who you start me tonight. How you rotate that lineup in what kind of what kind of matchups. You've got it you've got to adjust during the theories. I just think it's just way more of a chess match way harder to win that tournament. That is the toughest. There are so many there so you could go back in history, and they're very few number one seed. Ever win the Stanley Cup in the NHL because that tournament is so grueling and so hard and there are so many twists and turns in it that you can't It's unpredictable, and it's a 2.5 month thing where this was four weeks. Where you got to sleep in your own beds during the week, so I really think I really think I'm talking about down the initial feeling not to take anything. Whatever the bus with God knows, right, right, right. I've been wearing butt stuff all day. That really got me. Should ball stuff all ordered, right? So let me not say that. I'm not thrilled with what the fuck did this yesterday. That's an interesting question. That's why I throw it out there. Yeah. I just think it's an interesting debate. I gotta tell you, thank you for the call Thomas. Well, God, you wanted to talk about the M V p thing. We'll just be be be be thing if they give it a Todd Bowles. I give it Todd Bowles. Otherwise, there's Brady. The defense about with the defense is that they were all good. So who do you give it to write? Write? What the obviously Yeah, played above their level. Exactly. Well, thank you for the call Thomas. I appreciate I think you make some good points on the which Tampa title is more impressive. The Buck's Super Bowl run or the Lightning Stanley Cup run and for the M V P debate. Obviously, when we're talking about the Bucks defense, it's as a unit because I don't think there was one player. On defense that stood out so much more above the rest. I think you give it to Todd Bowles, the defensive coordinator and the entire unit for the Just All time, tremendous game that they played. Another question. That I find pretty interesting at this point. Of the two teams that won titles here in Tampa Bay, which one is more likely to repeat. The lightning or the box. Hunting. That's a tough one, too. I can see both of them doing it. But If we're being honest Repeating..

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"2.5 months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ones like that. On storm and some of the stuff he could ride for his first time, so they had to skip the jungle cruise at the Magic Kingdom because it was too crowded. He's heard about the changes to the right to make it more inclusive for guests, and it's something he welcomes. Um As a culture we have to change. I mean, we have to change. These are things that really probably should have never existed in the first place in the world, maybe shoulders what he missed me and I'll be your skipper for the next 2.5 months as a brother, Jungle cruise Reminder biscuit while your hands are speed and lights inside the boat at all times. The short guided riverboat ride takes guests on a winding cruise across Asia, Africa and South America. At the very end is one controversial part. An indigenous man holding up several shrunken heads. Rollins College English professor and Zimmerman says that's not the only one. She studies the story's Disney tells its guests on rides like the Jungle Cruise. They had the union Jack flying in the boat, Right. And you have these, um, colonizers getting attacked by a tribe of indigenous people. In part of the original narrative, updating rides based on evolving cultural norms isn't new, and it isn't new for Disney. Andy Millman teaches theme park and a traction management at the University of Central Florida several years ago, a show in the Pirates of the Caribbean or seen removed a scene. Depicting a woman being sold as a slave, Norman said. If anything, technology and a nationwide reckoning around race are speeding these changes In June, Disney announced a new theme for Splash Mountain after 20,000 People signed an online petition. The original ride is based on the movie The song of the South, which draws on caricatures of enslaved black people, and they want to stay. Contemporary. They want to stay current and not to offend anybody. And, as you probably know, social media is a very, very quick way to criticize any type of experience. The theme park is not a time capsule, says Rick Menorahs and economic analyst with the Motley Fool, he says, while Disney himself embrace progress and built it into his company's business model, Menorahs says Even if some fans are upset by these changes, they won't be for long. They succumb to it. You know, they could be angry about the change at the Pirates of the Caribbean ride a couple years ago, but they're on the right again. They're having fun. Back a Disney Springs. Corey Shining says he's excited to take his grandson on the jungle cruise when they return, even if it's different from how he remembers it as a kid, we should all be evolving and doing those.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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"2.5 months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The 2nd and 3rd round, so he actually was off the program for 2.5 months. Hey, went to Europe Hey, was off the program for 2.5 months did not gain an ounce back while he was travelling, came back and did another 40 days, which took himto a total loss of £123. Well, it's awesome. I love it when people you know I love it when people do the program and improve their health by Limiting the need for are pushing back postponing the need for surgeries on DH. So if you take a look, you know knee surgeries obviously back surges. If you're overweight, just the physics of it. You're putting an extra £34 per step. Onto a herniated disk onto a bad knee. So that's every step right? So it's like exponentially, Hominy. Everybody steps you're taking during the period of one day, there's actually £4 going on every single time. And that's that's additive throughout the day. If you think of it that way, there's also the per square inch. So every pound that you're overweight is about 20 to £30. Of weight per square ridge onto a disk on toward me onto an ankle. It's one of the reasons that it's you know, there's waiting list to get knee replacements and hip replacements and herniated disc replacement so I always love it when people come in, and you know a lot of people coming and say, Listen Ah, lots of people coming in saying Doctor told me I need to lose weight before they do the surgery right here that all the time and I tell him the same thing, is it? Listen, once you lose a bunch away, you may be able to postpone that surgery. Maybe cancel the surgery. See how you feel? I mean, listen, obviously, if you need it, you need it. But You may be able to postpone it. So Mario down £43 in 30 days Plus £43 had to have came in because he had to have knee surgery. That was one of the reasons he came in and now says his knees er are are feeling so much better. That the doc said, Listen, let's just wait a little bit. Maybe you don't need the surgery, You know, I mean, maybe, like, you know, wait a little bit, see how you feel? He started because you couldn't exercise so he couldn't do any. He couldn't really do any therapy or get the muscles stronger around. It's now. The doctor said. Listen, go to the physical therapy. Let's see if we can get the muscles stronger and see if we can Stephen, wait on the surgery a little bit, You know, commit every two months. We'll keep an eye on it and see what happens. We'll play it by ear. That's fantastic. I mean, think about it. You know who the heck wants to get me, Sarge? If you don't need it s O, You know, that's awesome. Chris Day 36 on DH, So she's down £31.30.8 pounds around that upstart £30.8. Some people get very upset about shouldn't show herniated disc was taking lots of medications that doctor said. Probably, you know, with the stairs, you get the steroid shots and everything. Nothing is really working. Doctor probably need to do some sort of surgery for that herniated disc. Now you down £30 and you know down £31 basically disc is probably sending her Hallmark cards at this point. Imagine how much extra weight that's off the lower back. So the herniated disc is feeling much better taken less meds. Same deal. The Doc says, Listen, let's keep an eye on it. Let's see how it goes. Let's do some physical therapy. Let's have some strength in core strengthening. That she couldn't do before because you know it's so difficult to move on. And so that's that's a tremendous improvement there so You know, this is what it is. I mean, the's air these air legit numbers. We guarantee contractually att least £20.40 days, right with a money back guarantee. We guarantee at least £20 On DSO. We typically see 25 to £35 with with women. We see 35 to 45 plus pounds with men and this is without shots and without hormones without surgery. There's no prepackaged foods. We're gonna monitor you Make sure you're losing fat, right? If you're not losing the fact the way we wanted to see it, we're gonna minute We're going to change the program around. One of the reasons people are coming in. Uh And so when you come in It's only $27 a za radio listener. You got NJ dot com He scheduled appointment for for a visit in our office. We're gonna go through a full body composition analysis. It would take a look at your body fat body water percentage. We're going to take a look at your basic metabolic rate. And then we're also going to see how your body is functioning. How your metabolism is functioning because More than likely if you're having a hard time losing weight, no matter what you do more than likely Your metabolism isn't function in the right way. So we need to make those changes. So we were a personalized We take hair, saliva, blood work assessment used by energetic scans to personalize supplements for the 40 Day program. We're then going. We're also going to use DNA testing. Take a look at about 50 different genetic metabolic factors, ideal diet types and exercise regimens and.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on KOMO

"Has been a friendly face in Seattle for the past 40 years, and he's hard to miss with his towering presence in his warm demeanor. He played 14 years in the N B. A. He settled here, and he became a successful businessman owning his own physical therapy clinic for nearly 30 years. Life was good. He was in a long term marriage, and he owned a home in Magnolia. Then in 2015. He nearly died. I was in a medically induced coma for 56 days where they had to really kind of shield, my body temperature down. So the brain swelling with liquor and all those kind of things Emergency open heart surgery for about 12 hours, and I woke up two weeks later. After the medically induced coma and stayed in the intensive care for 2.5 months. That was one of four major surgeries he endured in five years that I was no longer do 1/10 of what I used to dio. I could barely barely walk up and down stairs. I couldn't lift anything more than 30 or £40. And this is from someone who spent all my adult life in the gym, You know, 56 days a week, lifting weights running three or four days a week. I do that all the way up until my mid fifties And then all of a sudden this catastrophe happened and it really, really shit me. You know, in a tailspin, he had to close his business. His marriage fell apart. And then he lost his house to foreclosure after 35 years, then coming home to a big, empty house. All by myself for the next six or eight months that that really began my mental downward spiral. The walls are closing in every evening as the night rolls in And I would wake up. You know time and time again around one or two in the morning. And I couldn't sleep and my ministrations at 100 Miles an hour, one of how to figure my way out of this mouth and two out of imminent life and say, that's that's to say the least, James Donaldson hit rock bottom between 2016 and 2018. His doctor diagnosed depression and anxiety, and he prescribed drugs and counseling. Well, you know, sort of emerging through this darkness. I realized that I was still here for a reason. You know, God, God left me here for a reason and a purpose and that wass to experience these experiences the way I did. First him. And to be able to share these experiences with people to let them know that it's OK not to feel okay, you know, but you got to do something about it coming up What James Donaldson is doing about it and how he's hoping to help other men avoid what he went through. Greg Hershel to co Moh news. We'll get to that part of his story coming up in just about an hour of that 8 45..

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"2.5 months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on AP News

"Tax on the ballots are not helpful. It was a contentious hearing doing with Stephen Lynch and other Democrats accusing to joy of undermining the postal Service and the election. Rajoy says he plans to vote by mail and for others who will to request AP News I'm Tim McGuire In the first hours of their convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, some 300 Republican delegates nominated President Trump for a second term. The soccer mahogany has Mohr at their downsized convention in Charlotte. Delegates unanimously sent the president to a November showdown with Joe Biden and soon after heard from their nominee who, during a nearly hour long rambling speech called it the most important election in American history. Our country can go in a horrible, horrible direction. Or in an even greater direction. Even as delegates cheer the president's facing a deeply skeptical public in a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll finds 75% of Americans think the country is going in the wrong direction. As he did in 2016 the president's raising questions about the elections integrity, saying the only way he'll lose this if it's rigged. SOCCER Megane Washington Pessimism prevails among voters 2.5 months before Election Day, according to a new poll from The Associated Press and R. C Center for public affairs research. AP Director of Public Opinion Research Is Emily sponsored the country is heading into the convention and sort of the stretch run of the election. In a an extremely pessimistic mood on Ly, about a quarter of Americans say the country is headed in the right direction. Trump himself has very poor approval ratings on handling the Probe in 19 pandemic on Ly about three in 10 Americans say that they approve of his handling off that Postmaster General Lewis to Joy says he worn backers of President Trump. I have put word around to different people, please, that this is not helpful. Joy tells the House committee that the removal of some blue litter boxes and sorting equipment is not an attempt direct the election. I am not engaged in sabotage in the election. This is AP News. A week in Tropical Storm Marco will come ashore overnight in Louisiana, bringing heavy rain and some flash flooding Governor John.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"5 70 Cliff. All right, So let me go ahead and jump over to this post office thing, which is much ado about nothing. Now, as I explained before what it's really all about. Because I went back and looked at all of the changes the attempted changes in the 70 days, keeping that in mind in the 2.5 months. That this Louie the joy has been the postmaster general. All the changes that he's trying to make here have all been attempted. Before and they were met with resistance, and the reason they're met with resistance is not because the people who work for the post officer so panic stricken That is gonna completely kill the organization know they're what they're upset about is it's different. It's not the same. And what it really means is we learned last week that there is even though the post office loses billions of dollars a year, there's billions of dollars being paid in overtime. That is extraordinarily lucrative. And the first thing that Louis de Joy did, by the way, maybe side I know some people call him Louis Louis whatever. First thing he did was eliminate overtime. He changed the way male is going to be delivered. It will be delivered tomorrow instead of today, that will eliminate overtime. That's it. Something that had been proposed in the past, and it always been shot down because of poster union employees would oppose it. This is the first time, though, that this has been an attempt to overthrow the post office to completely destroy it. Of course, it's different times now. But there is nothing new that's actually happened here. And you take a guy like this Postmaster general who has built a business, a delivery business trucking business up from the ground up. Tio, a major player. Clearly he knows systems and understands how to move things. But when you start looking at my overtime check is not going to be anywhere near what itwas well, we've got to do something and we will practice scorched earth in order to do it. This is the biggest non scandal I've ever seen in my life. It has been turned into a scandal by Democrats who are seeking to discredit President Trump even further and by the press who are there? Useful idiots. Here is ah, a hearing that took place in the House of Representatives today. There is one law maker. This is the kind of questioning he got. Mr Joy is your backup plan to be pardoned like Roger Stone. Pitiful. Of.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Talk with you about today and glad you're joining us 2.5 months ago. I wrote a report that we published here it Edelman Financial engine Senator, All of our clients made it available to you on our website, a report explaining to you what was going toe happen. From a financial perspective as a result of covered 19. And I am sad to say that as of now, 2.5 months since we released that report on June 6 some of what I predicted has already come true. And that report remains as valid as vital as when we wrote it 2.5 months ago and yes, if you haven't read it yet, you can still download it. You can access it at our website Rick adelman dot com You can do it for free and I encourage you to do so I will share with you the updates right now, beginning with the fact that we now have 150 major cities across the country that are facing deep budget cuts. They've experienced significant drops and tourism, sales, taxes and state aid. As states themselves are facing severe budget crises, for example, Florida's tourism this week they announced that it's down 61% in the second quarter. According to a new report issued by the National Tax Journal. The average city in America is suffering a 5.5% shortfall in revenue. Some cities are suffering as high as 20% shortfalls. There are typically balanced budget requirements in cities and states across the country. If their revenue goes down. They're spending must go down as well. They don't have the luxury of doing what the federal government Khun Dio print more money. States and the cities have to operate on a balanced budget. If they don't have the money, they can't spend it, and that's going to translate into significant budget cuts and significant cuts in services being provided Tio local communities. Cuts in education cuts in hospitals and health care cuts to the poor and needy. At the very moment, thes services air needed Mohr Than ever. Real estate, as I predicted, in my report in June, is also now experiencing what I feared it would. In New York City, for example, the apartment vacancy rate this week was reported to be at a 14 year high. Is a 4.5% vacancy rate in Manhattan. That has never happened in the last decade and a half. That's a 26% increase over a year ago. Rental rates in Manhattan are now down 10% in Long Island. They're down 15%. And it's not just renter's where this is an issue. It's an equal issue toe homeowners across the country. The Federal Housing Administration this week announced that mortgages are at their highest delinquency rate since 1979. 16% of the nation's mortgages are delinquent. Back in the first quarter. It was less than 10%. It's now 16 to illustrate what's going on, Ari, I. You probably are familiar with that retailer. That's a lot of fun going to that company, a big, outdoorsy kind of a retailer. They just finished building a brand new sparkling headquarters in Seattle. They've been doing it for several years. It's a unique building has gotten lots of attention and architectural circles because it reflects the company's outdoorsy status. Outdoor staircases and bridges courtyard with native plants, skylights. Sorry. I just finished the headquarters that haven't even moved in yet. And they've announced that they're selling the building. They're never going to move in. About no college football. As a result of the pandemic, ESPN and Fox are losing hundreds of hours of sports programming and lots of ad revenue. Fox and ESPN collectively paid $5.6 billion for the TV rights to air those games. Fox also owns 51% of the Big 10 network. Advertisers spent $1.1 billion on TV advertising for sports last year for those college games. And they're not going to spend anywhere near that this year. Major revenue problems for those major TV networks and the Midwest as you know, this week suffered from a massive vast moving windstorm in Iowa, they lost 14 million acres of corn and soybeans. The fields were destroyed. More than a third of the state's farmland was damaged something else that we talked about in my special report on covert and your money that we published in June. It's not just in the US where this is happening. England is in a recession. Their GDP fell 20% in the second quarter, the biggest quarterly drop in that nation's history. The virus is now the third leading cause of death globally. And we are still in the thick of it. A new study just released by the physics of Fluid journal. Yeah, there is a journal that studies the physics of fluid. They just released a study saying that urinals can launch plumes of cove in 19, and they say, wearing a mask in public restrooms should be mandatory until it is Please wear a mask. Whenever you're in public. Meanwhile, we're still waiting anxiously for the development of a vaccine. What's going on there? While I'm sad to report that researchers who are involved in a dozen clinical trials Say staffing shortages, space constraints and reluctant patients are delaying efforts to produce a vaccine. Regeneron said it was going tohave emergency stash of its vaccine by Labor Day. They now say they might have initial data by October, and Eli Lilly, which said in June that its treatment might be ready by September. They now say they're hoping For the end of the year, So we're going to be with this pandemic for longer than many people had hoped. So there's a lot of stuff that's in on a lot of stuff. That's out as a result of new lifestyles due to the cove it crisis. What's in Among other things, outside tables at restaurants. So much so that restaurants or getting permission from cities to place tables in the street where cars normally drive city's air, turning their streets over two pedestrians because there's so much less Traffic. Let's get people outdoors, socially distance. So let's let restaurants bring the tables from inside to outside, at least during the good weather, so people are now dining tables, literally eating in the street. This doesn't mean there's no traffic. However, if there were four lanes they've cut down to two so that people can eat in one lane, while cars drive in another. Guess what happens when you have cars driving next to diners? Well, According to the storefront Safety council, the number of crashes is skyrocketing cars that are plowing into diners seated for meals. There have been 20 cases so far this year. Over the past eight years, there've only been four per year We've had 20 since March. So maybe this outside dining Isn't such a hot idea. Meanwhile, what's out, among other things going to the dentist since March, 20% of Americans who say they have dental issues have not gone to the dentist out of a fear of infection. You know what else is out? Workplace romances in 1995 20% of couples met their partner at work by 2017. It was down to 11%. This year. The number is virtually zero because it's kind of hard to flirt. Via zoom..

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"2.5 months" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on KGO 810

"Advisory firm in the industry. This's the second year in a row that we've had this designation, Investment News says. We're largest in both total assets and discretionary assets under management. And that's based on SEC filings. As of May 1st in order to be listed firms cannot earn commissions, and most of the money managed has to be on behalf of individuals, not institutions. We're very honored to be recognized by investment news as the number one Aria in the nation. Our attention now turns to education, as I predicted in the special report that we published back on June 6th 2.5 months ago. I warned you that there was going to be a mess of a situation regarding Hae read as well as K through 12 due to the virus, and we are now seeing all of those predictions Sadly. Coming true. Notre Dame has announced this week after just one day of having students attending class on campus there going online for the next two weeks, 19% of Notre Dame's students have tested positive. 19% at the University of North Carolina. After just two weeks being open, they've now shifted entirely to online. They've had four clusters of outbreaks. 130 students testing positive so far and check this out. UNC allowed its students who said Yes, I'm going to attend this fall. They said. Look, you can change your mind. Take a gap year and we'll give you a refund of 95% of your tuition. Guess what. That offer expired the day before they canceled the classes. Now there are some people who may be conspiracy theorists who would suggest that UNC told its students that it was definitely going to be open on campus for the fall, welcoming all those students onto campus. And then, after the 95% refund offer expired the next day, they said, Oh, sorry, changed our mind. We're going to be online and you don't well, five for the refund once again, things that could have been brought to my attention, you know? Am I suggesting that higher ups at UNC did this on purpose that they did it knowingly in a conspiracy to defraud thousands of college students. I wouldn't make such an accusation at all. I'm sure this was nothing but a coincidence. Meanwhile, in Michigan state, they told their students to wait two more weeks before they go to school students are up in arms over the situation across the country. At Rutgers, 30,000 students have signed a petition calling for an elimination of fees and a 20% tuition cut. 40,000 have signed that petition at UNC didn't do them any good. Hey, not only our school's not eliminating fees, they're adding fees. The University of Michigan is now charging $50 a semester for a Corona virus fee. Elon University is charging $129 per semester site, Michael's in Vermont $150. And if you think tuition and fees are high weight for the indirect costs, housing, food, books, computers travel, all of that can double your projected costs. Of going to college. A third of college websites have no information on these indirect costs, and more than half of students say they paid Mohr than they expected to pay for all of that. Expenses for taking lab courses, like having to buy a lab coat and goggles haven't buy tickets to a play for an acting class. None of that shows up when the university tells you how much it's going to cost to send your child Hand. The latest data 40% of incoming college freshmen say they are not likely to attend this fall. It's 20% even at Harvard. It's a burden for Mom and dad. 41% of parents with school age kids say they don't have the ability to work from home. 47% are therefore going to earn less if the kids can't go to school. 53% say having Children at home will force their household expenses to increase. And 40% say remote learning will have a negative effect on their child's education. Well, it's not just the families that are under stress. So are the colleges themselves more than 500 colleges and universities report being in financial stress 30% got less tuition revenue per student last year than they did 10 years ago in more than 50 institutions have closed emerged in the last five years, Experts say We're going to see a lot more than that. In the coming months and couple of years. And by the way, if you are sending your kid to college, it's an order for your child to get a degree and feel they can. Then go get a job in you yourself may be facing this need do to unemployment as a result of covert 19. So what? A job is the one that's available right now. According to Zippy a dotcom. What is the number one sought after job by employers in America in 40 states across the country, the number one job posting Sales associate And oh, by the way, you don't need a college degree for that. 10 States where they're not asking for sales associates more than any other Wyoming. They're looking for customer service associates in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota. You know who else is popular with employers right now registered nurses. That's the number one sought after employees in Montana, North and South Dakota, New Mexico, Maine, Vermont and Hawaii. Software engineer. There's only one state that is looking for software engineers Mohr than any other job. Can you guess? The state notes not California in the Bay Area of San Francisco in Silicon Valley? Nope. It's Washington, Of course, Seattle, the home of Google and Amazon. And in Nebraska, they want more than anything else..

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"2.5 months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"At this point, all the roads are flooded. Yes, I'm getting married in the market was up today on strong but look so long boys and don't sing along with me. After 2.5 months of channel surfing, it's time to put down the remote and pick up a racquet because tennis lets you keep your social distance without being socially distance. It's fun. It's active. It's done. So let's go from quarantine. So love 15. Call a friend rather racket. Let's get out and play brought to you by the USDA impactful stories that linebacker sizing him up on that play. You're not sitting there thinking Boy, This young man is a great story the biggest names in the game. It almost shows the people of positioning this borough is being set up to fail in Cincinnati, Plus Mike Greenberg, who saw that coming, you seem very passionate about this, and I like Grady, He's back on your radio coming August 17 to the all new ESPN radio. Tom's up next in Birmingham, Tom. Thanks Good afternoon, So I've got a son who actually plays football in the Big 10. I value the ability to have self determination, and I would like for my son for his teammates, his school to be able to choose for themselves. They wanna persist and press on difficult times or whether to throw in the towel. And it bothers me when I hear people talking, and clearly they have no regard for that at all. Doesn't give them pause at all to make a decision that will Steal other people's right of self determination. This season may end up going in the dish and everything gets called off. But I'd like for the players and the institutions, the able to press on and I appreciate leadership, giving them the opportunity to do that, if we're going to do it, how we do it safely as possible and trying to preserve their rights to possibly get a season. The ball Findem show weekdays at three Eastern on the ESPN at and on the Sea network. This is executive director of the Ivy League. Robin Harris. How did this decision come about? Was it any easier to make a second time? You know, it definitely wasn't any easier to make a second time it became clear. As a result of varying campus policies across our schools. That competition in athletic just wasn't going to be feasible. Spain and company wait days at six Eastern on ESPN radio in on the ESPN the WN ba way our end this in it for the in it for change in it, because we're relentless, and he loved this game. In it for the everyday reminders of why we play. What's next? WNBF? We're in it for season continues tomorrow at noon on ESPN two and three Eastern on ABC. Card. So during the breaks to God's.

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"2.5 months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on AP News

"The virus pandemic continues battering the American job market and the dreams of some who thought 2020 would be their year Maranda Meyer said moved to the California bay area and started a new job March 1 excited for this transition it lasted exactly 2.5 months I that companies like it's been a rough sins looking for jobs schools lacking she says savings that should have gone toward a house are now used for daily expenses he knocked off the trajectory that I've been trying to build my entire adult life I'm sadr make ani

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"2.5 months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or probably higher, but 1700 new cases, 10 related deaths last number and, AH, the White House officials. Senate Republicans are finalizing that Bill Democrats Are not particularly thrilled with what the Republicans are offering, and this has to do with e stimulus package. Continuing the unemployment has enhancement money. They're dealing with that helping small businesses and the Democrats and Republicans disagree, and we'll talk more about that later on. In the meantime, protests in several major city exploded over the weekend. How long has it been 2.5 months since George Floyd was killed and the The protests have not stopped, and matter of fact, they're probably increasing. Thousands of people are hitting public squares demanding racial justice. We had one in L. A Richmond, Omaha. The big one was in Portland, and that seems to be the poster child of with these protests are going. Portland has a long history of activism relative Tio, protesting against the police. And what ends up happening is and I believe this As we're in the news business, The story has now become what's going on the looting, the arson, the burning of police buildings, cars, etcetera. And there's more of that happening, or at least certainly more of that being covered. And hearing lies. What's going on Politically, The president is describing all the protesters as thugs and arson is what you talk about a broad brush and the number of protesters are who do that are small. But get all the press and we're now looking at it. You can actually call it civil and rest. I have no problem, calling it small scale riots. Not everybody. This is not watch. But it is. It's a real problem for protesters. I think because I think the message the underlying message is being lost. And here in where the big changes we're not hearing as much now defund the police disband the police. Get the police out of there. Let the protesters protest because they're peaceful. Hey, you know what? They're not all peaceful. Right. It much like the president is painting the broad brush. The protesters are ignoring what's going on when a building burns And where it is. Hey, look at the police they're doing that's the problem that the building burning down or police being attacked. With bottles. And being attacked with bricks. That's not the story. The story is. Look at the horrible police. Look what they're doing. And so the dissention is getting wider. There's a call for not and not so much anymore. The police shouldn't even be there. Social workers to be there. What do you do? You sent out a social worker when a building is burning down. Do we really do that? Well, The problem is not what the protesters are doing. The problem is the racism So we want it. And here is the demand. We want institutional insidious racism to disappear. I'll tell you what can disappear instantly, Corporations coming out and changing names of products that can disappear instantly. Why you can, for example? Well, okay, yougot, that one. You have recognizing the protests. You have removing names and statues. That happens instantly. I'll tell you what doesn't happen instantly dealing with insidious racism. What hiring more CEOs hiring more management. Let's do that tomorrow. Let's bring him and let's not even you know what? I don't even think we should interview people to become the next major management figure in the company. Let's deal with the police. Does it take a while to train the police? To deal with bias. Let's do it right now. If you can topple the statue, we can take that police force and change its thinking 100% overnight. See that's the problem. Is we demand And this is the protester. Immediate change. We don't want racism anymore. We want to deal with it tomorrow afternoon. And we're gonna protest. Not recognizing that really change. Takes a long time. It is literally the history of the United States that has to change. The way we deal with African Americans into a smaller extent, Latinos and Asians but certainly the way African Americans were treated because their history is far different than then, then any other minority ethnic groups. So the reality you see, they're not looking. The protesters are not looking at this with with a really view. You want Realty change? And let's start moving really change. And you can protest all you want. Do you think that do you think you've made the point? And are you going to do this? How long are you going to do this demand? And how long are you going to do this while the burning increases? And then the entire issue of the federal police. The mayor of Portland is all pissed off. And oh my God, The federal police cannot come in here on And the problem is another problem is what President Bush how he's painting it. But let me ask you Do you have a problem with federal police coming in and guarding federal property? When you have the mayor, effectively saying we don't want the police there. We don't want the federal police guarding federal property. Because we look at how horrible that is. So let's take that off the table. No federal guarding Ah federal property because it is horrific. And by the way, that's instantaneous. Get rid of the police. Take the police out of the out of the path of demonstrators. Just let him go. You know, it's you have to look at this realistically, and we don't That's the shame of it..

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"2.5 months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"2.5 months" Discussed on AP News

"In a P. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll finds a majority of Americans approve of state and local efforts Florida is the latest state issuing stay at home borders 44 percent meantime backed the president's oversight of the pandemic in line with his overall 43 percent approval rating among the highest of his presidency he rates higher than the federal government as a whole and the Congress Georgetown University professor mark Rahm says the numbers are likely to drop when this drags on for weeks 6 weeks 8 weeks 2.5 months 3 months we'll see how the public is feeling them Sager mag ani Washington

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