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"Clips, no, not that kind of eclipse of lunar one. It's the 1st 1 visible in North and South America since 2019 but you'll have to keep your eyes open. This is what is called the penumbra. The clips for the moon passes through the Earth's outer shadow. So we just put the dark shadow of the moon, steadying attorney and completely darker, Rusty red. You can still see it without a telescope, though. Starts at 11:07 p.m. Our time continues to almost 2 a.m. but the best time to look is around 12 30. So you're not sure what's reopened this weekend wells for some help planning 1/4 of July just go right. The tent in winds dot com. Wins news time. 605 checking tent and win Zach you weather Well, today looks like the cooler of the day's patchy morning fog and clouds give way to Cem son less human. Not as warm as it's been. Maybe a stray thunderstorm to the north and west of the city are high today is 85 degrees. Like tonight. It's comfortable Skies dry out lows in the mid seventies been partly temperatures the mid seventies for the evening. Probably cloudy and 69 with love Tonight. Tomorrow is partly sunny hot of a little or you met a high of 91. Probably sunny and very warm for Monday. Hi. Approaching 90 that is warm Tuesday, but more humid sharpened from around in Hyde, 86. Right now. We are at 68 degrees. It is partly cloudy in the city. We are going up to 85 today in midtown. Wins news Time. Six weeks six. Well stay New York Smart that is Governor Cuomo's message about the holiday weekend urging people to be vigilant. Here is code 19 cases soar in other states, he says New York is making private as fighting the scourge of the virus, even his infection's.
Philadelphia gets grant to help protect residents from schemes taking advantage of pandemic
"Philadelphia City government has received a grant to help protect residents from schemes that take advantage of the covert 19 pandemic K wide over the city Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe report. Philadelphia is one of five cities to get the plan and grants
Fresh "24 Hour" from This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Holiday weekend. We're not far off records today. We're forecasting 97. Our record today, 99 from 1969 76. Our load tonight 97 Tomorrow 96 on Sunday Little more Thunderstorm activity Monday Tuesday next week and that might knock our temperatures down a bit. Meteorologist Scott Larrimore at the Weather Channel. Well, talking about knocking the temperature's down a bit. It's 73 in the woodland 74 in spring and 78 at the K T. R H top tax defenders, 24 hour Weather Center. Hey, T R h news time. 501 President. Trump spoke at a ceremony at Mount Rushmore last night in front of an enthusiastic crowd. In honor of the Fourth of July..
Weeklong Macy's New York City Fireworks Shows to End in Fourth of July Finale
"It's not the usual Fourth of July, and it's not ending with the usual Macy's fireworks spectacular. This year, the show began with short displays in each of the five boroughs. It wraps up tonight in midtown to get to the finale. It is all about New York, you know, And so what is the most iconic New York song you can think of? That is really that exit song and that is New York, New York, So we're going to be seeing You know what that means and doing that on the doing that from the Empire State Building eyes really something Spike Tank has never really excited what Mrs David includes virtual performances from John Legend it Alicia Keys, the young People's Chorus of New York City to and more as well. It salutes to frontline workers.
Washington Redskins to launch a review of controversial team name
"The Washington Redskins air announcing they're considering changing the team name calls for a change to the controversial name have threatened the Redskins bottom line in recent days in a release, The Washington Redskins say the team is launching a thorough review of its name. It's the first time the team has acknowledged consideration of a name change. In a release. Owner Dan Snyder says the process will include input from stakeholders, including sponsors, alumni and the community. The release also says the team has had conversations with the league on the topic over the last few weeks. Following the announcement over ofyou. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed those discussions and said quote were supportive of this important step. The announcement comes after days of sponsorship pressures, notably by FedEx, which asked the team outright to change its name while Nike dropped the team merchandise from its
Washington, DC - 10 minutes to glory: Z-Burger contest winner from Maryland, slams down 35 burgers and buns
"Could you chop down and 10 minutes for 1250 bucks? Or, in this case, tables piled with burgers and Tenley town for the Z Burger 11th annual Independence Burger eating championship. Last year's winner. Maryland's Molly Skyler came into it as the five time champ, setting a record of 32 burgers in 10 minutes last year, and she had the crowd cheering Once they started munching Molly and Dan Killer Kennedy stayed close in numbers eaten. With Dan, breaking her last record of 32 by eating 30 for when the clock stopped, But Molly broke both records by downing 35 burgers in 10 minutes, making the mother of four a six time champ. Michelle Morello. W T O P News Okay show of
Khashoggi murder trial begins in Turkish court
"Now hoping opening a trial in absentia for group of Saudi nationals, all accused of killing Washington Post columnist JaMarcus Shaggy and Istanbul. Saudi Arabia has refused to extradite the 20 suspects. They all left Turkey after the killing. Some of them were put on trial in Riyadh. But those trials were widely criticized. This trial in Turkey will be closely watched. For any new information that might emerge, including the whereabouts of cash. Hokies remains. He was killed after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October of 2018 CBS
New York reports 918 new virus infections; Florida reports 9,488 new cases
"State reported 918 new Corona virus cases over the past day. It is the first time there have been more than 900 infection since June 12th. 390 new cases in New Jersey. Surgeon general has a message for Americans this Fourth of July weekend, surgeon General Jerome Adam says, where a mask speaking on NBC's today show, General, Adam said in his words, we will actually have more independence and more freedom. Saying more places will be able to stay open and there will be less spread of the disease. He also said people should consider circumstances before attending large gatherings, saying large gatherings present the biggest risk right now. Correspondent Linda Kenyon. Corona. Virus rates are surging in Florida. 9488 new confirmed cases in the state beaches are now off limits across southern Florida. In Miami Dade County officials set a curfew between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Miami Beach is mayor is encouraging residents to stay home this weekend. There's nothing more American than making a sacrifice by staying home to keep the family members say, the neighbors say for a stranger safe.
Atlanta - Georgia Coronavirus Numbers Continue Rise
"The latest Georgia covert numbers are out and then used today is better. After several days of rising cases and hospitalization numbers, the number of cases reported in the latest 24 hour period is up by about 2700. But that's less of a spike than the last couple of days. The number of hospitalizations dropped well below 200 for the first time in
White couple arrested after gun pulled on Black family
"Was captured on viral video, pulling a handgun on a black woman and her daughter in a restaurant parking lot in Oakland County. 32 year old Gillian West in Bergen YR. Husband, 42 year old Eric Westerberg were charged with Polonius assault. Their attorney, Dean Greenblatt, says the client's fear for their lives as a crowd of five day people confronted them. He says the couple of years quote, non deadly force to repeal a threat. What did happen is everybody went home. At the end of the day. And nobody was injured. I don't know if it would have turned out that way had the Western birds. Wait in the vehicle. I don't think the interaction Bye, Mom and daughter and the other people that were present at the time. Was satisfied. With the verbal exchange. That was bad. Couple were arraigned on charges of Polonius assault and are free now on $50,000 bond. Covered 19 pandemic has had
MLB has 38 positive COVID-19 tests as training resumes
"More than 30 major league baseball players and seven staff members have tested positive for covert 19 during intake for the resumption of training, a rate of 1.2%. MLB and the Players Association announcing the results today, as teams resume those workouts, including the fillies at Citizens Bank Park for the first time since the Corona virus interrupted spring training back on March 12th. That was two weeks before the season was to start opening day now reset for July 23rd. The positive tests occurring among 19 of the 30 teams involved. Phillies were among the first toe have covert cases on the player's side and staff side as
Three Colorado police officers fired over photo reenacting chokehold
"Three officers from the Aurora Colorado police Department of Unfired over a photo reenacting the chokehold that occurred before the death of Elijah McLean. The 23 year old black man died in police custody last summer. Interim police chief Vanessa Wilson. It shows a lack of morals, values and integrity and a judgment that I can no longer trust to allow them to wear this badge. The officer who mimicked the chokehold resigned earlier this week of photos shown by the chief shows officers
Trump's visit to Mount Rushmore sparks controversy
"Von controversy and protests in South Dakota today ahead of 1/4 of July fireworks display tonight around Mount Rushmore. President Trump is due there in 7500 tickets have been given out, but despite the pandemic South Dakota's governor says quote We won't be social distancing. It has been a decade since fireworks were shot off it Mount Rushmore over a year ago at the urging of South Dakota Republicans, the president took it as a personal mission to revive the pyrotechnics that had been banned by the park service under the Obama administration because of worries about brush fires. However, Native American activists will protest what they say is stolen land for the monument Tonight late today, the president will fly out to see the fireworks and returned to Washington in the
Philadelphia health officials: Loud noises frequently traumatize military veterans
"Maybe maybe 1/4 1/4 of of July July tradition. tradition. But But for for many many military military veterans, veterans, the the noises noises can can be be traumatizing traumatizing escape escape would've would've used, used, Kristin Kristin Joe Joe Hansen Hansen tells tells us us with with the the increase increase across across the the country, country, and and especially especially here here in in the the Philadelphia Philadelphia area. area. Doctors are most concerned for vets were dealing with PTSD, though military veterans who fought for freedom should enjoy the fourth The July Dr. Hedi Eisenberg, with Philadelphia's veteran affairs Medical Center says most hate this time of year. Any loud noise trigger, so when fireworks and firecrackers pop and boom, it can potentially worsen a veteran's PTSD, all veterans are trained to protect themselves and protect the people around them under very severe circumstances, any perception of threats Well, kind of instantly take them back to a combat training situation where they really their life and the lives of others around them were on the line, she says. It can also bring out something called hyper vigilant symptoms so near the veteran might be immediately looking around, hoping the perimeter, making sure everything's safe. Prolonged exposure to such noises can worsen PTSD or regressed treatment, Eisenberg says. On the fourth or any time fireworks are going off, let your veteran isolated they choose maybe with the family pet but also Be on the lookout for warning signs like being more withdrawn, increased anger or alcohol and drug use and reach out to the medical professionals at the
Washington Redskins conducting "thorough review" of team's name
"Mounting on the Redskins to finally change their name. The team says it will conduct a thorough review. Team owner Dan Snyder says the review will include input from alarms, sponsors and the NFL. And according to both the Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, the team could in fact, change its name before the 2020 season.
Washington NFL team to do 'thorough review' of name, opening door to change
"Attitude change for Washington's NFL franchise after years, insisting they would never change their team name. The Redskins air, seemingly opening that door team announcing today that in light of recent events around the country and feedback from the community, the team will conduct a thorough review of its name. And, according to The Washington Post and Wall Street Journal. The team name could be changed before the 2020 season in the NFL, acknowledging they've had talks with the team for the past few weeks about this possibility, with commissioner Roger Goodell, adding that the league is behind this important step.
Nathan Law: Leading young democracy activist flees Hong Kong
"Hong Kong democracy activist Nathan Law has left the city for an undisclosed location after testifying in a U. S congressional hearing about a tough new security law imposed in Hong Kong by China. Groundwork will be largely limited. And we need a political that could do the International Africa's You work in special level law spoke to the AP and declined to disclose his whereabouts for safety reasons.
8 Secret Service agents stuck in Phoenix with coronavirus after Pence trip
"Service agents assigned to vice president Pence have come down with covert 19. CNN reports. The agents tested positive just before the vice president was scheduled to travel to Arizona on Tuesday, and that forced the one day postponement. Your replacement agents could be assigned to the detail. Fences. Itinerary included several stops but was scaled back with Arizona being a covert 19 hot spot now.
4.8 Million Jobs Added in June, but Clouds Grow Over Economy
"Are much better than expected Report out today shows US economy, adding 4.8 million jobs in June Labor Department now reporting that unemployment also fell to 11% last month, but bankrate dot com economist Mark Hemorrhage says that number may actually be slightly higher. He joined debris. Debbie Feinstein live on Skype to explain 1/3 of the jobs that were lost among the 20 Two million of since been restored, which obviously means 2/3 yet to be. So we sell the high rate of unemployment in our country, and I had an asterisk to the 11.1% unemployment rate you mentioned. Their Labor department cautions us that because of problems with measurement that are ultimately fairly complicated, the actual unemployment rate is about another percentage point above that. So let's talk about 12%. That's 2% above the highest level we saw during the great recession over a decade ago and within certain sectors, for example, in leisure and hospitality, which is the category including bars and restaurants, the unemployment rate they're 29%. That's above the level of the great Depression, So we still have a lot of heartache to work through here. Also, we've gotta recognize that new shutdowns air now underway again because of the pandemic. This data and today's report is from the 1st 2 weeks in June before this latest round of shutdowns. What does this mean? Looking ahead to the next report? That means there's more risk associated with a weakness, or at least a stall in the data will get for the month of July. As you indicate this dad has always collected around the 12th of the month, so it is somewhat stale. At this point. That's why, in some cases It's been more optimal to look at new claims for unemployment benefits of there. We're down for a 13 straight week, but elevated above a 1,000,000 for 15 straight weeks. Do businesses feel okay about rehiring again now? Or is there still too much uncertainty? For example? What happens now? If people stopped traveling again? The answer? That is really about the answer having to do with where you're located. What sector you're operating in on what the business outlook is operating a restaurant which would be doing business under challenging, Sir. Come stances on the best of times because of the high failure rate thinking about being restricted at 30 or 50% of your traditional level of business. You're thinking you're walking on egg shells. But if you're in a service industry, perhaps technology I t working with the cloud collaborative tools of security, the many tools that have kept many of us in operation during the lock down, But do you think the outlook is pretty good, by the way? Mortgage interest rates or a record low levels that's helping the housing mark. And that's one reason why the financial services Trade really still has a remarkably low unemployment rate right now, and that is bankrate dot com economist Mark Hamrick.
Fourth of July in Washington includes fireworks
"The news as we do right into this day together, fireworks begin were just days away from the fourth of July, which will look and feel a lot different this year because of the over 19 pandemic. While some areas are calling off their firework shows an annual festivities altogether. The federal government is going on with the show here in D. C. Multiple fireworks launch locations will extend between the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials along the National Mall, The show said To be approximately 35 minutes long begins at 907 and reportedly will be viewable from three miles away. A news release from the Department of the Interior says President Trump's 2020 salute to America will include military flyovers, beginning about 6 45 They'll wrap up about Wait, Ah! Secured viewing area on the mall will extend between 17th Street and the Lincoln Memorial between Constitution and Independence Avenues. There will be four gates for entry. Details. W GOP dot com Christi King. W T O P News. Despite that plan, D C's mayor is none too pleased this morning and advises people to avoid going to see that firework show. Despite a federal plan to go forward with fireworks display on the Mall, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is urging residents to celebrate independence. Stay at home. We aren't seeing dramatic increases in cases across the country, and we don't want that to happen in D. C. So we're asking you to do your part. The district is deploying safety teams in 17 neighborhoods to monitor for illegal fireworks. Fire Chief Gregory Dean says four people, including a child, Have been badly burned this summer. Well, sparklers are legal. They are dangerous. A sparkler can give off temperatures of 2000 degrees, the same as a blowtorch. Meghan Cloherty W GOP News
"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily
"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily
"So the code blue. It turned out wasn't for a Cova patient but for a patient who had other medical problems and they did. Cpr and the patient survived. And for me the moment was really just highlighting the fact that in a hospital that that work goes on that there are all these other patients to who have different medical problems and people are still having other emergencies so hospitals can't just stop being hospitals for everybody else but it's hard because the number of patients with cove is increasing. Usually if you have people with a scary infectious disease you would put them in specific rooms in the hospital but of course now there's many more patients than there are isolation rooms so I think the doctors are very concerned about this possibility that somebody could come into the hospital for something else over negative and then you know. Catch cove it there. That's the real worst case. Scenario is not try to get the heck out of this unit was. Okay get her out but of course one of the big risks is to be a person who is walking into that hospital every day to work there. Hello Dr Rosenberg. Speaking and in fact at one point yes yes Dr Rosenberg gets word that one of his residents he has tested positive for covert is in the emergency room downstairs. Thanks what's up okay? I'll look at it seconds. Someone pulls up an x ray of the residents lungs for him to look at and he peels off his personal protective equipment. Which in this case includes his own ski goggles and he looks at the X. Ray and immediately the tone shifts dash hitting. Don't like that. I want him here. He is he is one to come. He comes right out because he's high risk for getting into what he sees on. The X ray is something that looks bad to him. That's what I'm worried about is actually looks crappy for his one of our surgical residents. Bring him to the ICU. Bring him here don't dilly don't think what was really striking to him. What sort of like shocked him was that this was another doctor that is ours. That is one of us or and close aides and somebody. Who's been doing the same kind of work that he's doing every day. And I think that shatters that sense of invulnerability. This is insanity for my for my first day of out after being back from a week from this crap Holy Shit actually found out her way. Through that day that Dr Rosenberg himself had been out the previous week with symptoms of Cova. He didn't get a test until his symptoms had resolved and it turned out to be negative. But he's pretty sure he had cove it one of the things we discussed the nurse. Hollywood we need more. We need more nurses and this is a huge problem. A third of the doctors and nurses were out sick. A number of them had tested positive for Cova and were critically ill. And it's not just a problem for this hospital. It's a problem all over New York City that as the hospitals are overwhelmed with Kovic patients. You have high numbers of health staff out sick for being here today as governor of New York. I am asking healthcare professionals across the country. If you don't have a health care crisis in your community please come help us in New York now. The day that I was at the hospital. New York governor Cuomo pleaded for doctors and nurses and healthcare staff from around the US to come to New York. We need relief. We need relief for doctors. We need relief for tendons in part to help fill in for the workers who are falling ill across the state. So if YOU'RE NOT BUSY COM. Help US please hey. Hey He's going to be an ICU. Twelve okay no not yet. They're about doing them out shortly. We're getting we're getting everything done. I know I know It's Freaky I'm Louise only five years younger than me. You know. I'm forty five like half of our patients. Upstairs we have forty year olds are debated chemises. Jeez this is brutal..
"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily
"Next from there. Suddenly we hear this announcement go out over the hospital loudspeaker saying code blue which means that. Somebody's needs to be resuscitated. That they are basically dying giraffe resume. Follow.
"24 hour" Discussed on The Daily
"So every morning in the Intensive Care Unit at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. The doctors gathered for something called morning reports. The people who were on overnight they stand around and the head doctor is there and they kind of give a report of what happened and then the new doctors who are coming on they get that information to rest. This morning she's being twenty-three should very comfortable thumbs up folks. They talk about who was admitted. Who got critically ill overnight patients to it be reeducated on videotape and one recent morning report was particularly intense. All right okay next patient there were patients in their eighties and patients in their thirties. Audrey out and obviously abusively Hughes invidious a all right good next. They were patients from nursing homes in patients who were homeless overnight. Bob Kraft for patients with asthma and diabetes in patients with no underlying conditions at all but as the doctors race to get through the cases they all a nearly identical description with upgrading from respiratory failure. Okay next buzzword. Three pillars economic boom covert nap failure of nine Acute Hypoxia Respiratory Failure Secondary Cove nineteen.
"24 hour" Discussed on The Big Story
"Raptors in particular and and I think also you know it's also put the NHL as we talked about off the top. I don't think wants the. Nba made that decision the NHL had no choice but to follow through without a similar type. Decision I mean the Raptors in Toronto Police for example. Sarah Sarah Building. I think there's eleven months in the League where the NHL NBA share buildings. And so you know regardless of the chances of cross communiques cross-contamination you're in a very awkward situation where you know The players who worked for the team in the NBA Are being quarantined. And and you know this season suspended and it'd be very awkward conversation for if you're playing hockey for the same ownership group to say no. No you go ahead right. Oh so I think It's it's just sort of really kind of put a you know. Put a blanket on everything and allison even more on wonder what's going to happen with the jockey what's GonNa happen with You know see some some international hockey events for young people have been postponed. And and just how far these ripples they're gonNA spend out obviously. The health of the players and fans is of foremost importance. But I also wanted to ask you about The economic implications. Here I mean just in Toronto alone without the leafs and raptors playing a lot of money left on the table a lot of jobs etcetera etcetera but more than that even the broadcast content. Look it's it's a big deal. I mean sports. is a massive driver of so many parts of the economy. Now you know. And it's it's almost quaint. They call it sports. It really is entertainment. And it's a big big slice of the entertainment pie that you know the tunnel balls a ton of attention. A ton of passion is attached to To these games in these teams and you know the river. Reverberations are everywhere. As you point out so you know the bar scene downtown around Scotiabank arena. We'll be done like mean so much. So much of it is driven by you. Know those eighty two home games home dates that The lease and the rapper share around Scotiabank arena. And and obviously I'm sure concerts everything would be affected too in this context you know and then you talk about the people who actually work at the arena's GIG economy out there. The Uber Drivers Ubereats the pizzas at that ordered for watching games at home. You know we wanna know the impact of all of this and of course the teams. They're going to bear benefit too. I mean You know gave a you know a home game for at least the actress game at Scotiabank Arena. No there's probably generating those new and you know that's you know you would presume a company come on you can can absorb it but I'm sure they like to and and You know you look at the company we work for. And you know how much of what sports that does is driven around. Live sports content and Kinda leveraging that for all the other you know it's really the reason it exists as an entity and You know so. People are scrambling as we speak. I'm sure trying figure out that. So you know. I'd say the good news is you know one of the other it'll pass and You know the hope is that by some really aggressive action. Now that it'll pass with less impact to you know I'm talking to people than it would otherwise and then you know people go in time you know the pieces can get picked up and there'll be a lot of pent up demand out there for a lot of things sports included and You know that's that's just hope that that what seems like some pretty drastic decisions now will pay off because it means that You know the path of this whole Virus and everything associated with it. We'll be kind of mitigated somewhat. What's it been like for you and for your colleagues? I mean you used to work in in print media as did I. They used to call you the toy department right like this is. This is the place where people come for distraction where people come to to let off steam. After they've been inundated with bad news all day you know. How are you guys Dealing with now reporting the same bad news as everyone else. It's interesting I mean I think You know sports you know the notion of of of sports is a toy department is I mean I think it only goes so far. I think in moments like this and it's been shown I think in other issues regarding race and economy and the other kind of social questions that sports becomes also a forum for them being discussed exposed and addressed. Because it's in a in a almost like a controlled context you can you. Can you know what would happen if an NBA player came out and said they were well? It gives you a carbon environment where you can kind of talk about it. And that discussion itself for this discussion outside of sport. So in this context I think the urgency with which The general population might have treated corona virus As probably been increased significantly in a very short period of time and he probably a lot of people probably want farm while this is that big a deal. There's only so many confirmed cases. It's really only affecting the elderly all of a sudden. Wow Okay this leagues are shutting down and this is why maybe I'll read about it. And then they learned more they'll hear about it and we're not much more and then maybe a strange way This is going to go down as as a great public service but Yeah the you know. And as a sports reporter sports than I do you get thrown into these things more often than you might expect and You know you gotTA become. It's not it's certainly not an expert but it's kind of recent in a pretty broad range of topics Fast and You know that's almost become part of the job now. I wish it was a different topic that you had to become verse. But thank you for walking us through this android. Michael Grange of sports net. Matt was the big story for more including stories of sports from Happier Times. You can head to the Big Story. Podcast DOT CA. You can find us on twitter at the Big Story F. P. N. And you can subscribe and rate and review in any podcast player from Apple Google to Stitcher to spotify who dozens more. Claire Brisard is the lead producer of the big story. Ryan Clark and Stephanie Phillips our Associate Producers Analysts and Nielsen is our digital editor and I'm Jordan Heath railings. Thanks for listening. Wash your hands this weekend stay safe. We'll talk Monday..
"24 hour" Discussed on The Big Story
"Sports is supposed to be a distraction. Not An alarm bell sounding an international emergency but on Wednesday night. Everyone who might somehow have downplayed or minimized cove. Nineteen got a resounding wakeup call courtesy of the National Basketball Association more breaking news surrounding Cova. Nineteen tonight in an unprecedented move. The NBA has suspended all games for the rest of the regular season until further notice the NBA season might have ended last night and what an abrupt and shocking ending it would be after the NBA found out one of its players tested positive for corona virus and found this out just moments before that player was set to take the court and playing a game. This is something out of a movie and you just don't expect it to happen in real life the NBA was speak first domino to fall. North American sports and the way it did was terrifying. They postponed a game. That was about to start. Wild fans were in their seats. A player had tested positive and once the League announced it was suspending. Its Games that broke the dam. So No more distraction at all instead. There's a gaping hole where we used to turn for Frivolous Comfort. Did the League's pull the plug in time? What will happen now and when they eventually resume. What will the cost be? We can add those to the list of questions that nobody wants to ask but now dominate conversation..
"24 hour" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Good morning everybody. Welcome to try to go CRYPTO PODCAST and interesting not no doubt we have seen a fairly decent substantial on should say decline across the market before. I and walk you through what I'm saying. I want to express a couple of things number one. The reason you're in this market is first extreme volatility. Now if you're not trading the reason you're in it is because you want extreme volatility to the upside so many people out there right now you'll be considering the moves that have happened over the last couple of days. And we think dissolve. This is not good. This is not what I had in mind. This is not making me money right now. Number One group number two which is also the grip on on the bit of one answer to those of us the tried and those of us that tried what we're sitting here going. We might not be you know. Have short trades on for example for myself. I don't have any short trades on right now. I know a number of my clients have short tried song because I happen to be Johnny on the spot at the right time and they got their tried some. But I haven't gotten a short trades but I can't tell you right now this movement to the downside it's definitely got a position excellent. We've got some movement again and looking for opportunities to try now whether you are in group number one hold la will number two trader or a bit of great one answer to the fact the marriage the market has come off. If you're in group number one you can't make money as a MA comes off if you're group number two and three you can. I'm into a threat and I'm going to have a look at what's going on the market right now because bitcoin has come off and as I suggested yesterday in this podcast always looking at a full quite happily a full to around about that. I see how close we are sitting right on one hundred and we have moved law. And why hundred. Well Perspective the Waco as an uptrend. The cradles aren't is in and around the eight hundred bucks. So it's going to be very is an AC- what occurs over the next twenty four hours to say. Do we continue this decline because today we have seen some significant decline on bitcoin and across the larger market. Will we see that continued? Because today's the first real proper strong sell-off bitcoin in this most recent downturn. This occurred on the daily. So where are we right now? Where I eight thousand eight hundred ten dollars with down five and a half percent rotten. Where basically in that position where yeah? I can see further downside. But we're also in that weekly cradles on. I don't know what's going to happen next. Auto know we'll we seek marriage him full so momentum continue to the downside over. We say it bounce. Tom Will Tell. Ethereal has come off quite heavily. Have an honest well down. I was sent two hundred twenty seven dollars and fifty full cents. A guy running off looking full looking say will there be any opportunities on those low to mid timeframes. I'm talking to L. Four or even the fifteen minutes. We'll get trades. Well Tom will tell ex. Pay Twenty three point three cents a very large focus hearing. We got up around thirty five. Actually we tapped the nose of thirty four cents currently trading at twenty three cents down seven seven point three nine percent. Bitcoin cash having a very very logic Klein daily downtrend entities at three hundred. Twenty dollars and seventy five cents. Dan non-point two-three percent on Bitcoin cash today. Bs V very large decline. That we are now hearing the double figures. Thirty percent. Flat tutoring twenty five dollars. Forty four cents. We sees a declined on Bitcoin. Us Down China's now kicked in on that daily timeframe wants to gain on this. The light coin is down again today. Thirteen point nine percent. Sixty one dollars and twenty cents easily currently said a very strong push to the downside considering point was holding its grand caught well. throughout the earliest stages awaken As a matter of fact even twenty four hours all assigned was holding quite nicely is another double figure three dollars and fifty seven cents which sits us down twelve and a half percent as I speak right now on eight point five percent down. Dole's on fifty fifty one cents. It's come off. Its highs around twenty seven dollars fifty so another very large. Decline there cod. Donna has fallen down to a level of support which is four point five cents. It has since bounced a good field percent from there and yet even with a bit of about four point nine cents. We do find ourselves down. Eleven point three percent on Athenian classic. Now it's down fifteen point seven percent the biggest full across the top ten currently speaking. It's at seven dollars and seventy two cents. Daily downtrend is back in motion. Very very powerful moves to the downside around out the top ten we go to Toronto. One point six cents down thirteen percent as I speak right now so it is a day a Gyn of selling what will come next. Well I'm not sure but I tell you what all the short and the market is going to continue falling law having a hunt for an opportunity to make some money on the way down if it does bounce height happy. I'm happy with that as well. Either way on what I'm looking for and at the moment I'm just being very very patient and very very careful. I suggest that you design and get across to try to cope dot com. Have a great day bye for now..
"24 hour" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Existence of the first in the Nation Nation New Hampshire. Primary is one of the things that gives me. Hope that there's a shot here because you have to pass through this window before getting into the other side and you have to stop and shake hands on your way. You can't just parachute in here and you can't buy this primary so for an underdog like myself. That's a very significant aspect of the whole fight. Governor Weld acknowledge that he's an underdog against president trump but as he explains incumbent been presidents have been challenged in New Hampshire before president. Carter was challenged by Ted Kennedy in the primary and lost the election in a landslide to Reagan and and Gerald Ford himself was challenged by Reagan and then lost the final to Carter and the most relevant for my purposes was George h.w w Bush George Bush forty three who was at the height of his powers in December. One thousand nine hundred ninety one a month and a half before the New Hampshire primary and Pat Buchanan who is nothing but a conservative commentator. Never held office came in and got thirty seven percent of the vote so Bush beat him sixty three later thirty seven but that's so exceeded expectations that Mr Bush who was fine president really never recovered and he had been at ninety. One percent sent favorability both parties in December of nineteen ninety. That's ain't never recovered from the February nineteen ninety-two primary in New Hampshire which he won handily but it wasn't good enough. So Lane. Governor Weld mentioned three cases in which incumbent president with challenged in the primaries it went on to lose the general election. What do you make of that history? Well I think you now understand. why New Hampshire is so important? In the three the instances that Governor Weld articulated. They were a surprise indication of the weakness of those incumbent. The president's I would add a fourth one there which is very dramatic. Lyndon Johnson ran in the New Hampshire primary in nineteen sixty eight while he came in first. He got a tough challenge from Senator Eugene McCarthy who was running as an anti war candidate the fact that Johnson one but did did not win by an overwhelming margin. Meant that Johnson was in fact going to face political trouble in the general election. and rather than go. Go through the season fighting Senator McCarthy and eventually Senator Bobby Kennedy Johnson got out of the race after the New Hampshire primary. He got out of of the race for president. Allegedly to concentrate on making peace in Vietnam but clearly. What New Hampshire showed was he was vulnerable? And and so New Hampshire has had a very powerful role in many of these braces even when an incumbent president is involved governor. The world also mentioned. That New Hampshire is an open primary state and what implications that has. Could you provide a little bit more context as to what an open primary verse closed. Primary state is in white matters. Well there are very few states left in the United States that require you to register with a political political party in those states. You can't decide say a couple of days before election day just to go in and vote in the primary of the opposite party you have to register with a political party. Now New Hampshire like many other states makes it easy for you to switch around so in New Hampshire if you decide week beforehand that really. You're more interested in the Democratic race than the Republican race. Or if there's as there. Is this cheer a Democratic race but no real Republican race you can decide to vote in whatever primary. You WanNa vote in you just have to go in. You have to sign up as a Democrat at least for a day and vote in that primary. What that means is that there is a more open and fluid electorate for it in the primaries? It's not just people who signed up initially as Democrats or as Republicans independence can kind of wander in in and out of these primaries and that adds an element of uncertainty to every New Hampshire primary. Here's how that's influenced. The Way Governor Weld campaigns. My wife and I've been campaigning together. Quite a lot and we offer to give so parties for Democrats even Liberal Democrats who would be willing to change their registration two undeclared for a day coming in and vote for me in the Republican primary. And it's a vote against Mr Trump. So they have to keep that in mind directly against Mr Trump and then go back and take a long hot shower with lots of so. We're GONNA have a hundreds of bars of Occitanians soap.
"24 hour" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
"Forty six of the intimate fasting podcast. I'm Melanie Avalon. And he region Stevens. Hi everybody how are you today. Jen I am great. It's a beautiful day. It's been seventy seven this afternoon which is very race. seasonably warm It's unseasonably warm. I should say it's very unseasonable so I was sitting outside all the cats came out Elliott Lizard. It's it's going to be held next week though. She was her walk Sad that it's war. It's like I've been like morning and I'm like he's going to be cold flip-flops. I painted my toenails. I knew too but we so it is going to get cold again. So it's going to be so cold. Yeah next week it's going to be really really called like I'll probably be complaining next week about it. It's going to be said called but yet it was lovely to be out there in the warm but yes. She ate that Lizard sitting right there beside me. She was happy to the Lizard. Absurd was the only one who was not happy. I'll be super happy next week when it's cold. Yeah we'll be happy now but I'll be happy anything new in your world. Well there was a fabulous article today on C. Net the quoted me a lot and so that made me happy that quoted you. Yeah he reached out to me. The author did it was on C. Net in their cheapskate. Column which I love because he was talking about intermittent fasting in how it saves you money but he reached out to me for an interview. And so it's It was was a great interview. It was fun to see it. It's always exciting when you see a really good interview so awesome. We'll have to linked to that in the show notes. That's amazing I love Seena legit. It is legit and so it's like you know they're IMC net. His name is Rick Brenda. I hope I'm saying that right. The the author Rick Breida B. R. A.. It's also enjoy link awesome definitely put a link to that big. I was actually on scene it last night. They do a lot of like technology reviews. Right they do. Yeah Yeah because I'm trying to find. I need listeners. If any of you have one in you really recommend ndip because I haven't found one that seems to have like all five star reviews everybody's always on the fence about all the different ones I want one of those pins where you right and take notes and then you can make sin into your computer and it changes it to text the That sounds like something from the future. The future that we don't live in yet. Ah what it sounds like and they really work. Well half the people are like this is the best thing ever and then have to be like you know. Complaining abets their handwriting. Apparently apparently none of them have a very smooth interface with the computer. It's kind of like you. Download the APP that goes with it and then it can be kind of clunky to get it like it's not a streamlined. Process is streamlined. As it could be but I just take so many notes when I'm reading do it by hand and then I retype those okay so I would love if I could just take okay now. I'm going to tell you not to do that. Let me tell Ya relearn. It doesn't say okay. Okay it's such a good strategy because you get it you're getting all those different ways and you're you're rehearsing it. You're learning it time. We recent this is information in a new way. We learn it but like I literally don't have there's not I'm anymore. Well I get that. We're trying to pick out wallpaper for the dining room Well my husband is strangely interested in helping me pick out perfect timing room but I didn't tell you did I that he we found out he is like some crazy blue yellow color blindness. No see I had no idea that was the thing. It's like some kind of weird. We have one son or younger son who has red green color blindness. Ns in we've nine that for a while he doesn't see you know certain shades properly and you can do an online test to see so then over right the day before Thanksgiving thanks giving okay. I'm having like what sixteen people over for Thanksgiving in my husband. Says we're GONNA paint the kitchen today and so I just you know like all right. Whatever happens happens texture by that was coming coming in said if there's pain everywhere or just bear with it but he got it done but he painted this color of gray that we picked out together and I love it? It is a beautiful soft gray. Will he swears it's blue. And it's not great and he's like it's horrible to the worst caller ever and then he went on and on about it for so long that I was like you know what I wonder. I wonder if our son got his color blindness from you so I'll pulled out one of those those tests on the Internet and made them take it and I'm sitting right beside him and and there were certain things he couldn't see what you mean. You can't see that you know that that's how you know you have the car blindness and it came back this blue blue yellow and everything he. UC's looks extra blue so hard it is to pick out colors with someone like that and explains a lot. Wow did he have like a like a life changer. Tiffany moment where he realize he's been seeing the world different way. I don't I but really it's frustrating because you pick out a caller and it's gorgeous and then he's like yeah. Yeah but that's not what it looks like to me and you know he's right. Done look gorgeous to help. So it's a little bit frustrating and sad because if I'm super happy happy he might not be and we both see differently said but it does help for me to understand you know he really is seeing it differently. But I didn't even know that kind of color blindness was the thing and it's apparently very very rare so leave it to us to have that one. But now we're picking out wallpaper so I'm like trying to pick out wallpaper and we're so busy because the facebook groups are growing being said quickly that I don't even have time to do that so I get it about the time that the whole story was me saying. I don't have a lot of time even to pick out wallpaper. It reminds me of that whole thing. Remember that yes when people saw it as what was it blue and wider. Yeah I can't remember gold and wide or it was like blue and it's like gold. Yeah Gold or blue. I only ever saw it one way that they see it one way and then a switch and they never saw the again. That's intent thought what both ways and it was weird when it was when he would see it one way and then the next time you take completely differently. I never saw it a different way. Speaking of the time thing. I think I'm starting to come to accept the fact that can't read everything or listen to everything and that's okay it's true. I'm like coming to terms with this. It's Y'all been there. You're already know I was. I was like yeah can't read that I read. That don't have time to listen to that if I didn't have all this facebook going on but I can't do do facebook and listen to podcasts. Or anything I just can't and you know there isn't enough time in the day so I heard I read. That's something really fascinating though. What was that? This is like super random. Who's this guy saying that when it comes to food sensitivities and I did not planned this because we do have ever really well as a sponsor on this episode which we can talk about in a second he was saying that one way you could subjectively check for food sensitivities entities? Because you know people will check for the TIFFANY's with their heart rate because your heart. Your pulse will change when you take an food. That your like your body's reacting to he was saying it was SORTA complicated. I can put a link to in the show notes but basically you could use a metronome. That's like the thing that makes the right. The musicians used for the Wyckoff from it was you could use it as a measure of time because apparently we you're subjective perspective of time changes based on what like state you're in so like there was this way that you could Like eat foods and like see if it changed your perspective in regards to a metronome or that's interesting. It was really really interesting. I I need to read it again. It was on self packed with that website. I was like Oh. That's so interesting. Yeah but speaking of food sensitivities We are supporting apart today by Everley well and and it's so funny. People will ask me all the time for my recommendations for a company for food sensitivity tests might try elderly will so every while so they're not just food sensitivity tests basically. They're providing a really awesome platform for people especially today who feel like they might not have direct access to. Oh you know various type of testings because you often have to go through the conventional doctor system and it might not be testing you actually WANNA testing and there's just a barrier there but thankfully it's becoming easier to your own testing from the comfort of your own home and so every well we love it. They actually offer more within thirty at home lab tests so they food like I said the thyroid even STD's heart health tests and more annum. Actually Really WanNa do last last time. We their response. When the episode we talked to results from the food sensitivity tests that I actually want to do? They're more comprehensive one because it has more foods or foods on it because I think the one we did like ninety six and then the one. That's more comprehensive has even more than that but It's awesome because you can do it. They should be the kit. It's like on your own sometimes off from home you sit back then you get your results online on a digital platform. It's really really awesome. Jen what were your thoughts. Same thing it was is really cool to be able to send it off and get the result on the digital platform and just the fact that you know if I needed a test of any of the mini that they offer for it. Feels empowering. Have the control in my hands to decide what test I need instead of having to go beg somebody to run it for me. If that makes makes sense I don't even have to let insurance on doing it. It's more private you know just if especially if there was some kind of awkward test wanted to have done they do offer some of those awkward tests hit and they have. I really WANNA try metabolism test. which seems really cool but especially personally things like boots and certificate tests like doctors are often hesitant even run those so like? I've been trying to get one of my doctors do and they're like no so yeah it's it's really awesome and we have a special offer for listeners. 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"24 hour" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast
"Yeah I would say that The reasonable argument to say the case is stronger for SIP. Baloney is that the the events that set her center on this charge of abuse of power withholding aid aid from Ukraine in order to Enact this pressure campaign to get them to investigate chief political rival They were are those incidents were reported to To Pets Baloney in real time Probably by the whistle blower sources. We know we know if you own a hill and Alex Vitamin and Tim Morrison who were members of the national security team. All reported to John Eisenberg their concerns. He's about The president ask and He reportedly directed those concerns to his direct superior who is Baloney so oh he was directly involved in this and you know I would argue more of a material witness one of the defense arguments taking center centerstage since Steiner shirts were named. Is there a position that even if everything in the articles is true like abuse of power by conditioning military aid to Ukraine on their willingness to smear Joe Biden. These are not impeachable things. Here's Dershowitz on CNN. You need a crime without a crime crime. There can be no impeachment Germany. This is interesting in part for how a historical it is. Did you know that people have already been impeached by the house else. And remove by the Senate for things other than actual crimes. And and also you know in in the impeachment charges against President. Nixon that the judiciary committee voted on before he resigned. Abuse of power was the charge and obstruction of congress was in charge and So there there is historical precedent even for charges like this against a sitting president so our end. What constitutional scholars have said during during the judiciary? Committee's P impeachment hearing In the fall was that you know no. You don't need a crime for there to be a high crime and then looking at how the founders laid out the notion of high crimes they didn't know what the Federal Code and with the Federal Statutes and with the Criminal Statutes of two thousand twenty the United States would be so. Obviously they didn't mean that specifically had to be Sony. USC Twelve twelve be whatever in order to constitute a high crime investigator. Right in fact I thought listeners who may be confused by this question being raised raise and not something that you know you spend a lot of time reading history about Might be interested to hear a few little things. One is the Wall Street Journal in October. wrote this that. In addition to actual crimes quote Congress has made clear that it also believes violations of the public. Trust even noncriminal lines can be impeachable. The House has twice impeach judges for intoxication on the bench resulting in their conviction or resignation. Congressman Congress. Chris has also impeach judges for favouritism abusive power improper relationship with litigants abuse of the contempt. Power and arbitrary arbitrary and oppressive conduct so that from the Wall Street Journal which you know on its editorial page tends to be pro trump on this. So isn't that interesting. That early in our country's history Jeremy exact controversy broke out one party was accusing the other of an invalid impeachment because it needed to be a crime time But this guy got removed from a judgeship because he was drunk on the bench that that I would say is one of the weakest of their and most okay historical of their arguments. This notion that there has to be a federal criminal offense and that you know the cleaner version of the argument that was within the president's lengthy defense brief that that was submitted over the weekend would just be an even this. It's harder but it's a little pretty easy to swallow which is just that you don't know what the president's motives were you can't charge him for abuse of power when his motives could have been as purest no Wanting an investigation of his chief political rival Joe Biden one of his political rivals. Joe Biden because he wanted to get to the truth and and stand up for a stand up against corruption in Ukraine and Against Barack Obama and against all these corrupt oligarchs and that would that would have been a legitimate purpose. So you can't. You can't challenge him in doing that. And you know it strains credulity obviously with all the evidence that The house impeachment inquiry was able to gather even despite the unprecedented obstruction of their efforts. To get documents and witnesses. But that is is a at least eight more believable and stronger argument. I would say than claiming that you can't impeach him because he didn't he didn't do a crime and just put a point on it. On only crimes being impeachable Dershowitz would also have to argue with Alexander. Hamilton here's some Hamilton language from the federalist papers offers in case. You're wondering what I was doing before the show today. look like federalist sixty five on the jurisdiction of impeachment quote the the subjects of its jurisdiction are those offenses which proceed from the misconduct of public men or in other words from the abuse or violation of some public. Trust trust there. It is abuse of power abuse violation of some public trust. They are of a nature which may with peculiar propriety be denominated political as they relief chief relate chiefly to injuries done immediately to the society itself and that last line. Jeremy is so strikingly what the Democrats Kratzer talking about and again this is not to take a partisan position that the Democrats are right and trump should be removed from office but in terms of what this is about as an impeachment trial Hamilton wrote political as they relate chiefly to injuries done immediately to the society itself. And that's exactly the question question on the table. Here is trump injuring our society by the way he abuses powers president. Yeah I would say I don't have been have as wild of okay Morning Federalist Paper Citations as you did but that I would just add that one of the main concerns of the founding fathers and I I believe was addressed in in the federal papers. was this notion that hey foreign power might be solicited to You know affect and and impact on election by corrupt president and that that new self would be impeachable. It's directly discussed there and that is precisely what the president has been accused of for today. We thank Jeremy Stall Senior editor for slate. Jeremy thanks so much. Thank you Brian again listeners. You can call and ask an impeachment news question. Just leave a voicemail anytime including your name.
"24 hour" Discussed on Vector Podcast
"They've got one point five times more. Performance per watt and a wider architecture with more compute units and stream processors apple says that tops out at eighty percent faster performance in the previous radio on Vigo Approach Twenty and yeah apple still has their own custom silicon inside as well same t to chip as before as well as handling authentication for touch. ID and apple pay and in all of that. It's also still doing things like accelerating h. e. v. c. which is eight to sixty five encoding beyond what standard laptop processors can do to support. We're all this. There's a new thermal architecture with larger pillars more blades and new fans that improve airflow. By what Apple says is twenty eight percent. There's also a redesigned heat heat sink that has thirty five percent more surface area and a greater efficiency to dissipate heat. More effectively and all of that combined sustain up to twelve additional watts of power during intense intense workloads doors starts at five hundred twelve gigabytes which is better than the two hundred and fifty. Six bytes are the last generation but still super lean in the modern era. But now you can take all all the way up to eight terabytes. I'll say it again. Eight terabytes of three point two gigabit per second storage as someone who posts a new four K.. Video almost every day and has been experimenting Nancy With Four K.. Raw never mind. People who shoot and work in eight K.. Hd are that's literally a dream a super expensive dream yeah but for anyone billing out purchases says to clients a liberal now available dream so is the memory it starts. Sixteen gigabytes of two thousand. And Sixty six megahertz. DDR Four but you can take all the way up up to sixty four gigabytes if you have the budget which again will be a dream for anyone doing pro video audio graphics development anything that pays for itself in productivity speed powering all this is a new bigger. One Hundred Watt battery the largest allowed on a plane by the FAA. It'll last an hour longer. According to Apple's does reference eleven instead of ten and still thirty days standby and with the new ninety. Six Watt charging brick. You can go from zero to full in about two and a half hours now. I didn't think I have a section on this. But that fancy audio lab apple built outside of Park for the air pods and home pods is just showing up in pretty much. Every device now is just paying off off so well including the new sixteen inch macbook pro for speakers there's a new Hifi. Six speaker surround them. That sounds like a home. pod was flattened out and shoved into either side of the keyboard. It's got forced counseling. woofers and back toback drivers so if the macbook is rocking. You don't have to worry about any knocking and it's bananas. It supports Dobie the atmosphere and is seriously room filling. The mics are even more interesting. They're in a three mic array. That apple is calling studio quality. Their goal was to make the macbook book. Pro has such a high signal to noise ratio. that it would rival recording with a standalone USB MIC. Like the Blue Yeti and well EH recorded all of this with the macbook Pros Mikes so you tell me what you think. Now the biggest surprise for me about the new sixteen inch macbook pro is that apple isn't introducing it on top of the existing fifteen inch macbook pro. No they're replacing the fifteen inch macbook pro with a sixteen inch and at the same price starting at twenty three ninety nine. It's totally in keeping with apple's mantra of making the mobile devices so good that they push hard up against the desktops and force the desktops to fight back. But we'll get it to the new MAC pro and its new eight terabyte option come December for now this is the macbook pros time again. This is me at Max Excite fresh. I attack love mode. But in addition to recording the audio and editing audio and video for this whole thing on the new macbook pro. I'm going to be pushing it hard for weeks and months to come and and giving you a much more sober set of views as soon as humanly possible. Okay one more quick thing a bunch of you of asked how you can watch these videos just naught on YouTube. I get it believe me. It's exactly the reason I helped built Nebula it's a streaming video platform built by and for independent creators like CGP Gray Kirk Lindsay. Ellis Paulie matter Thomas Frank Half as interesting tech alter and yours truly. 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"24 hour" Discussed on Brown Ambition
"ATM fees when you withdraw money 'cause seems use cash a lot. and there's a lot of options out there. I mean I use ally and the other day I just love go into a big. ATM Now because I'm like yes I will you know pay that three dollar Faye because allies GonNa pick that up for me. I was GonNa say I'm doing. I did a Google search. That's free checking accounts in allies definitely one of them. There's radius radiance chime simple. These are making account yeah. Those were couple of new ones via or is it video. I think it's V. O. V. I. V. I. O. They're a new bank a newer bank. That's like really kicking the competitions but with no fees and and high high rates on savings I'm GonNa say you know again. I'll post a link to a couple of places you can look for alternative bank accounts. Even I bet your local credit. Union has a better deal than the bank that you're with now now there's better options. I would say get out of there now. Versus trying to figure out how to like change your spending habits to fit their needs so they don't charge you money uh-huh because it is just encouraging you to spend when I mean that's the whole point they want you to do that. You know all right. Thank you for your question again. We're on instagram at Brennan podcast or hit US up at Brennan Edition podcast Dot Com. Ask US ANYTHING SUE SIR now. It's time to boost grade for all like me will you will you break. What will you do bandy. He thought that was a good one. That was it was on tune. I think and everything it was good Lou. Yes you're going to be going to break. I'm going to do both due to a quick twofer. Click to so one. I WANNA shout out to my workplace best he. Who Do you have a workplace best. E You Intrigue Your Best. He and he worked. Maybe it's on a traditional workplace best you but I recently came across the study by Gallup. Maybe it was a survey but their research showed people who have workplace best seats so having a best friend at work actually helps you do better over your your whole career. It's about out having support someone to bounce ideas off of and feeling like you're more secure in a professional setting. I whole heartedly inquiry agree like doc. I my my workplace my one of my first one of my best friends I met at my first job in New York City and he has been like she was my lifeline for that that job for so long so just shut us. If you have a workplace best you give him shoot him attacks. Tell me how much you appreciate them how much you love them etc.. Ah Am I second boost is GONNA be. I listen so last week. Tiffany asked me you know when someone asks you that question. They follow up with you on something that you know you should do a little defensive about it and because you know you haven't done it yet and last week. You asked me if I contacted my financial planner to tell her about you. Know what's what's happening in my life and you know. I'm only thirty weeks into this pregnancy at my financial planner has no idea so emailed Helen last week and let her know what was happening running and we have a call scheduled for next week to talk to me. I don't know why I was being off. I think I just felt like will the money part. I I got that down like like as far as a five to nine point. I know that stuff is I'll figure it out but the more I got to thinking about them where I'm like. Maybe we should get our life insurance. Look Dad we we need to. It'll just feel good to get the financial stamp of approval from Pella and like you said sometimes I like lately. I've been leaning meaning. It's something that I call financial wholeness which is like it's not just. I've got money in the bank. You know it's like you said like I found through my my financial planner like I'm severely under underinsured. I'm like I need a succession plan. That said something happened to me. What happens to the businesses so it's like I feel like yes. I know got money saved but that's not enough for me to have like a holistic view of what I need to do with my money like I want you know so that's what I like about. You know having someone no one else an expert kind of come in and help me look at all aspects of of my finances soy. I am proud of your life insurance right going to get my will set and I'm just thinking about the whale I was like. Wait who was gonNA who would get the child and then of course I'm hormonal so I start crying about us. Dying is really sad uh-huh while yes any other pregnant women listen 'cause. I've confirmed with two friends of mine they confirm. It's you really dark and twisty thoughts. When you're in your third trimester Sir I imagine are deaths in several different ways like all the time. It's very sad the hormones and hormone yeah. What was it something else. That's all you there. The devil is what they are. Okay you go both to break. I am going sue booth for I. I'm going to settle sat out to dream my baxter well. She's actually a Mexican right now. Getting married could go because the Israel and my IBM doctor was like says so we've come this far. We're about to do do another cycle and I need you to so it was sad but you know I just I couldn't take the risk so it's like. I'm looking at all the pictures and stuff but I wanna sat around say her. She's been with her boo Kaby since they were like fourteen fifteen in there such a cute couple they've got a baby baby. He's four so they're awesome. Just happy wedding looks amazing a sisters are there so then. I want to just get a boost to today is my business partner. Debris birthday and there are some people in your life that are pivotal like they came into. Your life in your life is not the same whether in a terrible way or an amazing way and honestly I have to say that Gebran though is a pepper he I when I look back as to win. My life took a turn. He is one of the people it's like giral my husband you know like my you know. I don't know like my colleagues best friend unity mean but Cabrillo my business partner definitely one of those people not that I wouldn't have been successful on my own but the truth is. I didn't think I didn't we didn't deserve to be or that. I don't know man just have this weird sense of overconfidence. It's really just like well but it it is Mandy when I tell you like Jibril. When I I met a girl I was barely scraping by and he was like yeah. We're going to million dollars and I was like okay crazy Z. person I don't know what are you talking about and now that's what the company does and I remember him saying yeah. We we get to a million dollars a month and I'm like that. Doesn't these crazy words inland November. We're on track to make that in November and it's just it's both definitely annoying that he's right but also it's really we. He's really taught me to look beyond myself and my own perceived limitations and so that's what I really like. Manna general just tend to think like that it seems like and celebre always has like the other day because he's already glossed over a million dollars a month. He's Aguirre. I can't wait till we get to a million dollar day and I'm like what fire. What are you talking about but now I'm deep enough in it that I know that that is more than just a possibility. We can do it and so I'm just really grateful people not because of the money but because debris has helped me to unlock like the super power in me. That says that it's possible level it's more than possible is probable. I put in the work and it's you know we're capable of doing these things and so. I'm just grateful for him. Coming into my life because like I said I feel like could not I would be tiffany. That still works equally as hard but doesn't get is far ahead because I just couldn't see it not for me anyway. You know so happy birthday Gebriel. You're the dopes If you want to feel bad about your life go ahead and follow him on instagram. He's Jibril eighth is eighty eight Jibril eight. He travel well. He doesn't live anywhere to real lives the world he he's really one of those people you know make people you see online and you're like yeah right. You traveled to all these different countries. Don't really live anywhere. Erin like had this amazing lag. Now that's true in real life. It's so Gibraltar eight like that literally talking to grow he's going to China and then the next week we have our team meeting and exaggerate Yemen's Bob Way. You're like what we all aspire to be. Debris grow up and he's either going at channel but he's a beasted business so happy birthday to you my brother from another mother. I am grateful for you and I love you like direct deposit I should be I wish we all had a Gerbil in our lives and may not be a guy that I'm telling you my little brother. Hope isn't listening to this podcast. He is so obnoxious sometimes because all so you know for example I got I got a job offer and he was told them what it was and I thought I was being. The big sister like very impressive. He's like you can ask for equity or no and I was like I I was not. I was GONNA ask equity but now it's crazy. I remember the first he did that. We work with the company. He was like so we'd really like equity and I'm looking at him like Bra like. Yo your wallet and they're like you know what he looked at me like tiffany now at deserving and I just can you imagine the I hate it but you need. You need people with a forget. If it's a man or even a man or woman needed some balls in your life to push issue in business for real you need a height man unit hype woman whoever it is to think bigger than you out there who definitely carry that with them but I just for me it just was. It's difficult to see past that sal yep like I you know if you're a woman who rock satellite there. I'm like Oh my God like what you know. How did you get untrained. The girls are taught to be polite in quiet in small and and not to go for it because that's that's unladylike feminine you know and equal equal pay like we can't even we can't even dream of getting like the dollar the dollar for you know for what a man earns and now it's like so thinking beyond that you're right. We're just we have to and we need people who think differently to rewire the way they perceive ourselves beautiful birthday Gebreel yet. Wow that's our show and honestly I'm not playing. If you think you could be awesome executive Admin full-time or if you know somebody who'd be awesome the budget Easter dot dot.
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"And the k w 24 hour traffic center after traffic in transit on the two volumes to pick up a little bit more here especially if you're leaving the sixers game right now the ramps from broad street to get the 95 south especially heavy right now this report sponsored by looking to in an sweets the rest of 95 it's southbound slow just pass the airport all the way down to the approach the commodore barry that good 10 minute delay it's been slow all afternoon launch the peers volume still at this point the route south just a little bit sluggish around broomball upper darby en route one schuylkill expressway i generally slow both directions right now eastbound that's best delay it's only about 20 minutes from the blue route to the vine westbound taking these 31 minutes now from the vice should express way out to the blue 470 six checking out dekalb street bridge to a to go going from bridgeport dinars town still closed in both directions because a police activities so go with the dan our bridge to get over the river nor campaign of just james holiday was lots of that the layers such as had the patience of wooded if he can in center city slowed in both directions on the vice should expressway checking out the schuylkill this when justin now eastbound approaching gulf mills revenue crash block in the left lane thanks to the up from 82 phone force tips their new jersey south on 40 its slow from the wall whitman bridge down to 95 to 95 south just generally slowed the normal volume 413 it's from white or spiked to 42 extra sluggish north on 55 still heavy after deference up to 242 freeway how do you went on the road stay at a key to ends and swedes enjoy stylish lobbies and exciting room reservations book.
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"24 hour stimulating tom rising mudslide deaths julie slater live from the 24 hour camp i newsroom search and rescue crews in santa barbara county see another victim of the mudslide has been found the death toll is now at 20 santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says the list of missing persons is down to four he says more than 1000 people from across the state are continuing to search for missing people a car has slammed into the second story of a building in sin anna firefighters are trying to get the car out of the building and down to the street the building is home to a dental office cops said the car was apparently speeding and hit a center divider that launched into the air and into the second story of the building a medicine hit by a train in lincoln heights the crash happened around nine last night on self lamar street cop said the train was going at a slow speed when it hit the guy he was taken to the hospital federal immigration authorities have announced they have resumed accepting requests for renewals in dhaka the program that protects children who came into the us illegally the announcement came four days after a federal judge in san francisco issued an order temporary early blocking the trumpet ministrations decision to phase out the program attorney general heavier serra tweeted last night if you are already applied for dhaka and it was expiring this is your chance to reapply president trump tweeted today that dhaka is probably dead because as he said democrats don't really want it colorado democratic senator michael bennett comments by president trump about immigrants are racist i was raised not to call people racist on the theory that news hard for them to be rehabilitated once you said that but there's no question what he said was races there's no question what he said was on american and it says trump is under the impression that immigrants who come to the united states are just lazy bennett says it's just the opposite and we've got traffic from your helpful so kill honda traffic center a stalled car in south lay on the 110th group inside at manchester the middle name block to your defecated leaving the one oh 57 so it's going to be pretty heavy from the five to six that.
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"The it broke these 819 right now 39 degrees cloudy skies broadcasts out of going down to 50 during the day for the 24 hour traffic center hollow road of more marion is closed between the schuylkill expressway catch can state road in both directions because of an accent and at once but out there for quite some time so it sounds like it's a relatively serious one they've got both areas blocked off traffic transit coming up in about two minutes or so social media is struggling with fake news many of those stories are spread by bogus accounts known as bats cbs news reporter john blackstone spoke to a couple of college junior we've been together the busting weapon using artificial intelligence they created a bought buster available to anyonechekme that reveals of tweet likely comes from a computer these thoughts are like retweeting amplifying voices in the twitter community that otherwise would not be as amplified in a blog post twitter says it's battling the bots catching about 450000 suspicious loggin's per day but the students say they're bought buster still helping users discovered thousands of box on twitter a pair of college students might not win the war against fake news but they've given those battling to defend the truth the new weapon blackstone cbs news berkeley an annual events celebrating benjamin franklin's birthday took place yesterday despite the rain doctor fact would have been 30012 years old there's more of the out of his job but there was a procession along three in old city to christ church burial run a bit than our treats where benjamin franklin is buried earlier at the philosophical society there was a seminar on race awareness in america donald smith go chair the annual benjamin franklin birthday celebration explains the tie in benjamin franklin wrestled with questions of race and ethnicity and community he wasn't always on the right side of things he was a slave owner he disparaged from native americans to the germans to the irish immigrants but he was always striving and thinking he was open to communication and he was open to changing his mind in.
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"What's calling polera oh no she said something about how she can't like a do something she can't touch the rat trap 'cause like it will mess with her pacemaker or something viola the reason why you to trap and it it will messed with her pacemaker she also can't get struck by lightning because that would obviously with her pacemaker being struck by lightning would be so deadly her mom got struck by lightning yes because she didn't know peace yet i say okay it's hard for me to follow the chronology of raven syphon her oscar on its well if we're gonna talk about riven i mean she also developed some arthritis and started so sad now she diagnosed herself with that yeah it was unfortunate she's she came down with the case of it hopefully she gets better soon 24 hour arthritis bug in theory leaving i just released our american jewry or podcast today we talked you the giants john elections junior about his experience in the cleveland city finals that was a lot of fun leader yeah that was a lot of fun it's always nice when i got to talk to someone besides zero on the show wealth some people claim that i mean to you this is this is a this is just nonsense and just giving it back trying to stand up for myself i think i'm coming off completely innocent in this podcast i don't know people in the shadow of me now i am i is she the aggressor here because it really feels like a back tomorrow at ten a m eastern to update you on everything that happens today on the feeds you know maybe there's going to be and other fight maybe the rat finally gets exposed in cots but if it's anything like paul it's not gonna happen and then two nights after the west coast airing robs us nino will be live with branchville to talk about the episode and branch will also be on our podcast and then.