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Even CNN Acknowledges That the Border Is Not Secure
"Idea. I just said, No, it's mine. It's Jim's idea. Here's CNN acknowledging, basically, in essence, that, yes, the country is being invaded right now. But liberals again like Kareem Jaffee. Nobody believes you moron. No one. Here, take a listen. To put this into perspective in the numbers, in May, post Title 42, numbers of daily crossings dropped to about 3500 a day. Now, as of Monday, a Homeland Security official tells me they encountered more than 8000. To give you some context, that's where we were in late spring when there were alarm bells going off within the administration over just how many people were crossing the US -Mexico border. And what this means on the ground is facilities that are crowded and ill -equipped to handle this many people. And we learned just on Friday in court a filing that in some cases children were temporarily separated from their parents because of crowded holding areas as they were processed through. All of
Fresh update on "3500" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg.com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio.Music Music Music Music This is Bill with David Lake Middle East and Africa. Our top stories this morning. The dollar and treasury yields extend declines as new Feds peak fuels speculation over a potential rate cut next year. Bill Ackman One weighs in and he thinks the central bank will need to ease as soon as the first quarter of 2024. Israel says Hamas has turned over 12 more hostages to the Red Cross, despite earlier claims from both sides of violations of the temporary truce deal. The first Asian ETF tracking Saudi Arabian stocks debuts in Hong Kong this morning with more than $1 billion in assets. Plus, Arsalom et al.'s ailing South Africa business is shutting a steel unit and cutting as many as 3,500 jobs. More on that later this hour. It is just past 9 a.m. across the Emirates, 7 a.m. in Johannesburg. I'm Jennifer Zabasaja. And I'm Yousuf Gamededine right alongside you.
"3500" Discussed on WTOP
"At 888 -532 3500. Thanks for taking us along on your Sunday evening. It is 838. traffic and weather on the 8th here's steve dresner in the wtop traffic center in maryland and prince george has kind of a new crash now on the inner loop ramp to go to 201 kell worth avenue the ramp partially blocked response on the scene to use a bit of caution traffic otherwise in pretty good shape on the loop outer throughout prince george's county montgomery quiet quiet in both directions on the capitol beltway gaithersburg area cleared up the crash activity northbound 270 ramp to go to westbound 370 both sides the of ramp the totally reopen window delays traffic moving nicely uh on 95 between the two beltways new crash in the laurel area northbound 197 before powder mill road the crash currently block on the left side seeing a bit of a delay northbound on the bw parkway it does remain slow north of the beltway up through the area of route 32 everything north of 32 opens nicely up to the baltimore beltway over in virginia westbound 66 before washington boulevard broken down out of the roadway all travel lanes open but in the herndon area still dealing with the crash southbound 28 near mclaren road with elaine blocked looking to satisfy everyone in your family will head to silver diner their new menu is everything from creek stone black hanger steak burgers to 15 vegan entrees including dairy free shakes silver diner much more than a diner steve drizner wtop traffic now let's go to seven news first alert meteorologist mark pena showers increasing from the west and they're going to be with us for the remainder of your sunday thankfully now looking at anything severe nor are you expecting
A highlight from Why The Web3 Creator Economy Needs Coinbase's Base Protocol ft. Jesse Pollak
"Welcome to Mint. I'm your host, Adam Levy, and in this series, I'll be showcasing stories from the top creative entrepreneurs, collectors, investors, and founders pushing the boundaries of what's possible across the Web3 Creator economy. In today's episode, I'm joined by Jesse Pollock, contributor number one in the force behind base protocol at Coinbase. Together, we delve deep into how base is positioning itself in the Web3 Creator landscape. From foundational insights to its broader vision, we've got a packed discussion ahead. So stay with us. This conversation is one for the books. We're back with another episode with me today. I have Jesse Pollock, the one and only man, brains behind base contributor number one. What's going on, Jesse? Thank you for being on. Hey, Adam. Thanks for having me. Super excited to be here. I'm super excited to have you. We initially met in person. I think it was in Denver at like the music NFT party. And somebody I think it was Keely from Mellors PR intro to us. And then the rest is history. Yeah, I think we hit it off pretty pretty nicely that night. What do you remember from that evening specifically? Yeah, so I was you know, this was East Denver. This was the week after we launched base. So we launched base on like Thursday, and then the whole next week with East Denver. And this was the end of my trip. So the next morning, I was waking up and flying back to DC. And Coop had invited me Coop of Coop Records and all of those things. He said, Hey, come to this music thing. And I was like, Oh, man, this is like a music like this is so what I want to do. And it's at like 11pm after a really long week. And I'm so excited. So tired. So I went and I went by myself, because like, I don't know why I ended up going by myself, I went by myself. And I got there, I started listening to the music and it was, you know, filling up crowded. But my energy was just like, really dying. I was like, I don't know if I can do this. And so I was sitting down on this bench. And this, this woman sat down next to me. And we started a conversation. And we started talking about what I did and base. And she was like, Oh, you're saying you're here by yourself. You don't know anyone, let me go, like find some people for you to get to know. And led that to her bringing over Adam. And Adam was like, Oh, wow, excited to meet you. Like, let me go find some more people for you to know. And then Adam basically spent like, I think, like 20 minutes just walking me around the bed just being like, meet this person, meet this person, meet this person. And it went from me being like, literally leaving, because I was just so exhausted to feeling so much energy and so much like, welcome energy in being there. So I don't know, I felt so grateful to be to be to have gotten to meet you and connect there and that you took the time to like connect with a bunch of other people who now of course, like we're already collaborating with on a bunch of different things. So love it. I love it. I shout out to Keeley for making that intro. I really enjoyed like running around. We love Keeley, shout out Keeley. I was running around the event, like smearing my chest against people's backs is trying to like make my way through the crowd, just just to make these intros. And it was fun. It was a good time. And I remember we had a conversation where like, Jesse, we have to run an episode on the podcast capture your vision and your story on how you sort of imagine the creator economy unfolding on base. So that's exactly what I want to do today. But I think a good place to start, which I do start with everybody is a quick, brief intro. Specifically, Jesse, who are you, man? What does the world need to know about you? And more specifically, how did you get your start into crypto? Yeah, I'm Jesse. Like Adam said, I create a base, kind of leading all those efforts. Bases layer to Ethereum blockchain that's being incubated out inside of Coinbase, with the goal of making it really easy for developers to build, and for consumers to use these new applications that are being built on chain, including things for creators, like minting NFTs that can give you more connection, more revenue, more value from your fan base. So that's, that's what I do. Today, my story to crypto is, it's, you know, it's been a while, I've been working kind of in and around crypto for more than a decade now, at this point, I started a company in 2012, called Clef, that built kind of identity and security software for crypto businesses, primarily. So like Bitfinex and Bitmex and other exchanges were customers of ours, did that for five years, that business didn't work. And so kind of at the beginning of 2017, went through the acquire process, and ended up at Coinbase through that. And then the last six years have been kind of helping grow Coinbase from what was a 70 person company when I joined to now I think like a 3500 person company. I led all of our consumer facing team. So Coinbase, Coinbase Pro, Coinbase wallet on the engineering team for on the engineering side for four and a half years. And then for the last two years, I've been trying to figure out how do we bring Coinbase more on chain? Basically, like, how do we get Coinbase to really embrace all these incredibly powerful new crypto tools that are emerging? And it kind of out of those explorations and work get base. And here I am. So you were around employee number 70 at Coinbase all the way to 3500? Yeah, yeah. So Coinbase is interesting because it was started in 2012. But then it went through two bull bear markets before I joined in 2017. And to which point we went through another one. And so the company had like grown and then shrunk and then grown and then shrunk like twice before. And so in the like raw employee count, I'm sure it's a higher number. Like there are more than 70 people who worked at Coinbase before I joined. But when I joined, it was about 70 people and the engineering team was about 20 people or so. I just joined as an engineer. And then pretty quickly, they were like, you've managed people before. Like, why don't you take on managing a team and thus began a journey from managing like three people, which was my first time ever managing engineers to managing like teams that I think had something like 200 people in them by the time I was done with that role in kind of the middle 2021. What's Wow. Coinbase energy like at 70 people versus 3500 people? If you could sort of like give an example, how would you explain it? Well, I think there's a lot that's the same. Like this is one of the things, this is why I'm still at Coinbase after six plus years is that there's a lot of commonality. I think that's because Brian, our CEO, A is still our CEO, like he founded the company and he's still here 11 years later running the company. And so I think that's created kind of like a cultural continuity. But then B, I think he did a really good job just like identifying early on that in order to make us successful, we needed to like identify what are those cultural tenets about like who we are and how we work that like everyone's going to stick to. And those have been consistent. So the ones that really stand out to me that like I think about all the time are positive energy. Like this is just like there's no whining at Coinbase. It's like you bring positive energy to whatever the hard challenges that you're solving and anything less than that is going to be like not accepted. And that very much aligned with kind of my ethos of just like optimism. Like we can do this, we can always do this, even when it gets hard, we can do this. So that's a big one. And then I'd say another really big one is this is this idea of kind of efficient execution, which is just like, we find ways to make it so we can get 80 % of the value for 20 % of the work. Like how do we ship something quickly that delivers value to our customers, rather than kind of like getting in the weeds and trying to be like, Oh, this thing has to be absolutely perfect in order for us to get out into the wild. And, you know, I think, especially on that one, it's been interesting to see at the company that it's been so consistent, and it's a huge strength. And also there's places where it can be like a challenge for us to manage. Like, for instance, like with that mindset, I think we're really, really good at shipping things. But then it can be harder for us to build like the like, really, really, like manicured experiences, like to get that, like incredibly high product quality. And so that's, I think that's a muscle that we're we're building. So I'd say those things, things like positive energy and efficient execution, those have been really consistent. I'd say the thing that shifted is just like a 70 person company, you know, everyone. And so you want to get something done, you just like go ask the person you walk over to their desk. I think at the like 3500 person company, it's, it's a beast. And I get the benefit of like, I've known, I've been here for so long, I know people, so I can still kind of do that thing where I walk over to people, you know, on the internet, because we're all fully remote now. But even with my knowledge, it still requires so much just like thoughtfulness, basically, about how do we get everyone headed in the same direction. And this has really been my work for the last two years. It's like, how do we get everyone headed in the direction of, you know, making our business be a crypto native on chain business, which requires us transforming from being a kind of like web to business with a little bit of crypto that was created in 2012.
Dan Bongino: In Case of an Invasion, Triage Your Needs
"It would be ugly so the second question i got well if i should be prepared for three months what is that look like well first it looks like you have the tree as your needs your need number one is water you can survive quite a long time without food you can't survive you i mean you have your fat stores your liver stores about 3500 calories worth of convertible calories in your liver to get you through a day and you have your fat stores as well it's not ideal you'd starve but you would live for probably a week or more you know without food dependent on what your level of fitness and everything is forget water it you're screwed especially down in it we got a heatwave going on you'd be dead in probably 48 hours you got to get yourself fortified get your family don't fortified screw around with this stuff the best day of your life is when you get buried six feet deep you throw all that stuff out you're like that crazy damn bongino what a kook that guy was nuts that's the best day of your life and it's the best day of mine too you know what the worst day your life is? China attacks Taiwan everything I said happens happens you're like hey we got water I turn on the tap there's nothing there oh you better hope the neighbor has some you got to triage your needs priority number one water priority number two water get yourself a system to filter water I would get yourself bleach is ridiculously cheap learn how to disinfect water with minute amount of bleach and get yourself they have these gravity -based filtration containers you can get them I think Patriot Supply has them the disclosure is obviously see a sponsor they have them you can get them in other places too but they're really good watch couple a videos on how to use these small amounts of bleach to disinfect water how to get sediment out if you live near water get
Taking a daily multivitamin appears to boost brains of adults over 60, but more study is needed
"A new study shows taking a daily multivitamin, may boost memory function in some people. But the research is not comprehensive enough to warrant a broad recommendation. Researchers at Columbia University and Brigham and women's hospital tracked more than 3500 people over the age of 60 for several years, some got a multivitamin. Others got a dummy pill, and they were tested online for memory function. Given a list of 20 words, after a year, participants who took the daily vitamins had better memory function, recalling 7.81 words, while those with the placebo improved to 7.65 words. The study leader says multivitamins may work by providing micronutrients that can enhance function of the hippocampus, an area in the brain that controls learning and memory. U.S. dietary guidelines lean against vitamin supplements, recommending nutrients be obtained through food. Researchers say more memories study is needed. I'm Jackie Quinn
"3500" Discussed on KGO 810
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"3500" Discussed on WGN Radio
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Distraction, speeding, alcohol drive up 2021 traffic deaths
"Government safety regulators say there's been a recent spike in deadly traffic accidents in the U.S. reaching a 16 year high. When pandemic lockdowns first began, there were fewer people on the road, but now the national highway traffic safety administration says nearly 43,000 people were killed in crashes in 2021 and increase over the prior year of more than 11%. One leading factor regulators say is distracted driving, which caused more than 3500 deaths. That's up 12% from the year before, prompting an ad campaign to keep drivers more focused on the road. The report also found pedestrian deaths increased 13% and fatalities involving alcohol impairment also went up sharply by 14%. I'm Jackie Quinn.
More than 7,000 nurses on strike in New York City
"More than 7000 nurses at two large New York City hospitals went on strike this morning in a dispute over pay and staffing levels. The walkout involves as many as 3500 nurses at montefiore and The Bronx and around 3600 at Mount Sinai in Manhattan, the New York State nurses association says, after bargaining late into the night, it was being forced to strike because of chronic understaffing that leaves them caring for too many patients. President Nancy Hagan spoke at a virtual news conference yesterday. Sticking point is safe, patient care, save nurse to patient ratio, save staffing. The hospitals have been getting ready for a walkout by transferring patients, diverting ambulances, postponing non emergency procedures, and arranging to bring in temporary staffing. Julie Walker, New York
"3500" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A winter catastrophe tomorrow energy regulator off gem is set to announce a new annual average household Bill, which is expected to increase 80% over 3500 pounds, and a bit of golf news for you, the PGA tours doing its best to hang on to its very top players after Liv golf, the new tour backed by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund has lured away big stars like Phil Mickelson with 9 figure guarantees. They have added four events to the golfing calendar that's the PGA with a total of $46 million in prize money and a bonus pool that will be doubled to $100 million players meeting certain criteria will be guaranteed a minimum of $500,000 per year in earnings global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm leann gerrans, this is Bloomberg. Stephen. I'm now imagining sort of even more rockstar lifestyles for these top golfers with the chance of earning more prize money, but you know, employers and negotiations are salary will be pleased to hear that they have got increased productivity from these golf players. For their increased salary for more competitions, they have to play. I was going to say life as a goal for must be quite hard because no, you have to do so much. You actually away from your family a lot. And I think that's what a lot of people don't take into consideration when it comes to professional sports stars across the board in general. They train hard, they practice hard, and there's a lot of sacrifice which goes into sport, but then when it comes to 500,000, you know, per year in half a millisecond in the middle. What about that? I was reading recently, which we've kind of had a conversation about. It really is that politicians are getting older, CEOs are getting older, but sports stars are golfers, yes, but tennis players and others because when nutrition and everything we know about sports apparently, you know, players have got more longevity. Lots of sports. And that's absolutely true. Look at Roger Federer. I think he's 38 now and he's still hasn't been playing for a while. He has, but then Novak Djokovic, I think Novak Djokovic is a little bit younger than me, dare I say it is still absolutely top of his game, and you know you would have never thought about tennis players and their 30s playing so many tournaments for grand slams and still at the top of it, even 20 years ago. So yes, sports stars are getting older, so there's more hope for me. All right, so that's what's most important. Yes. I have more hope for you. To fulfill my dreams. Thank you very much, Leon guerin's from the impostor youthfully and guaranteed possible Nathan Hager who joins us. He's getting ready for Bloomberg day break. Giving U.S. firmly in our mid 40s. Good morning. Good morning to you what's coming up on the show? Well, it's all about Jackson hole, isn't it, Steven? I mean, we've been counting down to this symposium all week long, and it's finally upon us later this morning we're going to hear from a range of fed speakers, but of course the markets are very well focused on chairman Powell's speech tomorrow. What will he say about the fed's aggressive path to rein in inflation? We have a great lineup of guests getting a set for Jackson hole this morning. BMO, senior economist Jennifer Lee is with us along with ivy Jack of north star asset and Ira Jersey, chief U.S. rate strategist at Bloomberg intelligence. Plus you got a lot of corporate news you get to disappointment in the chip sector, Tesla's stock split hits the cash market today and we're going to check the reaction in Washington to President Biden's long awaited student loan
Benjamin Netanyahu: Biden's Iran Nuclear Deal Is Much Worse
"Former prime minister Netanyahu on Fox and Friends said the following Cut 15 go I think this is a horrible deal a dangerous deal that will pave Iran's path with gold a golden paved highway to a nuclear arsenal If Iran has nuclear weapons they don't merely threaten my country as well or the entire Middle East and America's allies They threaten you directly because simultaneously with developing nuclear weapons they're developing the means to deliver them across continents So you could have an Iran governed by these fanatic ayatollahs who will hold every American city hostage to nuclear weapons I think this is a threat to the peace of the world and that's what this horrible deal facilitates It's even worse than the first one Why Why is it worse Well because president Obama in a moment of candor said in a PBS interview in 2015 that by 2027 that's 5 years from now Iran will have a breakout time to a bomb that is near zero That's his words not mine And he was right This deal is much closer to that time frame and it gives Iran right now within two years they can develop up to fort within four years starting two years from now They can develop added enrichment capacity of uranium 3500 3500 advanced centrifuges that each is ten to 20 times stronger and more effective than the centrifuges that they have They have about 5000 So you're adding an enormous capacity to enrich uranium That's the critical element of making nuclear bombs The deal gives it to them It gives them right now hundreds of billions of dollars And by the end of the agreement a $1 trillion to pursue their terror and aggression against everyone against you and against us
"3500" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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The Putin Apologists Hiding Behind an 'America First' Sticker
"When you listen to them and they claim they're for America first and they're against the Republican establishment The problem is they're for the Russian establishment Should be opposed to both We don't have American soldiers there They're Russian soldiers there in a country where they shouldn't be It almost sounds like they're concerned It's in so much for American soldiers getting wounded They're not there It's for Russian soldiers getting wounded and killed And that America provoked the whole damn thing I mean after all according to Rand Paul so many of these countries were part of Russia in the 1920s Wow No wonder the guy can never support Israel Israel didn't have his independence to the 1940s Wow we're looking at the 1920s Why look at the 1920s Look at the 1820s Look at the 1720s How about we look 3500 years ago At your Diane Samara Oh no we can't do that These are the kind of jackass arguments they have to make They're not worried about American soldiers There's no American soldiers They're nobody's promoting that idea Even a couple knuckleheads who did a pull back Like this guy senator Coons from Delaware He humiliated himself but you don't even hear that from Lindsey Graham So that's a false argument So what is it that they're concerned about Killing Russian soldiers Upsetting Putin But don't worry they're not Putin support American first Checking out Soleimani They oppose that too Very provocative you know Why do we care Let's Soleimani do whatever he wants to
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky Forced to Acknowledge Sonia Sotomayor's False Claim
"Here's Rochelle Walensky forced by reality to accept that Sonia Sotomayor is full of crap Check this out We have over a 100,000 children which we've never had before in serious condition And many on ventilators We can find from Friday suggest there are fewer than 3500 current pediatric hospitalizations from COVID-19 Is that true Yeah but here's what I can tell you about our pediatric hospitalizations now First of all the vast majority of children who are in the hospital are unvaccinated And for those children who are not eligible for vaccination we do know that they are most likely to get sick with COVID If their family members aren't vaccinated So the most important thing we can do for those children to keep them out of the hospital is to vaccinate them and to vaccinate their family members around them Understood but we also have a 100,000 It's roughly 3500 in hospitals Yes there are and in fact what I will say is while pediatric hospitalizations are rising they're still about 15 fold less than hospitalizations of our older age demographic
"3500" Discussed on WHUR-FM
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"3500" Discussed on WTOP
"Slash ramos Gambling Problem called Text Chat 188853 to 3500 Good morning. It's 5 18 traffic and weather on the eighth year Jack Taylor in the Traffic center is described as police activity in Maryland. It's on the Baltimore Washington Parkway. Going south as you leave Baltimore and Baltimore Beltway headed down toward West Nursery Road That is, as far as you'll get some sort of police activity before I won 95 has all lanes blocked and South Bank was being diverted off onto West Nursery Road. Now. That was the only slight delay between the Beltway's on 95. The B W Parkway. You're in good shape out of Frederick to 70 coming south. She had all the way down toward the lane Divide watching Frederick 15 of its Sunday's lane. You've got the left lane blocked both north and southbound. Good to go on. I 70 so far between Hagerstown in Baltimore and back should find your lanes open. I 97 go in South Bend your new cut road. Broken down vehicle in the far right lane fifties. Looking good at the Bay Bridge. No worries yet. Three lanes coming back across the westbound span Two lanes going back east. You're good to go through Annapolis and buoy headed back toward the Beltway. Not really hiccups yet. That Southern Maryland you're looking good on 2 10 North Baton route for even inbound on Route five. Now in Virginia, you're looking good out of Gainesville, 66 East 95 north coming out of Falmouth. 3 95 leaving the Beltway north up toward the 14th you're traveling is open. Good early start in The George Washington Parkway as well. No hiccups yet downtown. Quiet right across the freeway D c to 95 to 95 so far, everybody off to a good start. Jack Taylor. W T o p. Traffic. Over the storm team for meteorologist Mike Stanford and Good Morning to get a beautiful morning across the region. A lot of US film to the fifties overnight,.
"3500" Discussed on WJR 760
"Two baths really? 3500 square feet. Yeah. Wow. Well, it seems very low Teen 58. So that was right in the tie front timeframe you and I were talking about seems very You've got to get back gallery Got to get Jeff Glover back on. Oh, yeah, because the market has been doing some things lately. And that man knows the market, especially here in Southeast Michigan. Good point. 88654 guys equals 888654 for 897, Chucky and I've been talking decks today and, you know, we want to make sure that when everyone goes away, it does not take a long time. You may be talking. I mean, even if you have a decade's biggest Patrick's when everything goes away. What do you mean? When we go away. We want people to check their decks. Don't walk away and not walk outside and inspect your deck. Just inspect nowhere else where the deck meets the post. Make sure that's not the house. Not riding where the deck meets the house, or they're the pill and the railings. Yeah. No, right. No, right. No punky nous. Nothing like that. Yep, right. I agree with you. It's important stuff. And, gosh, you know, the one time you have an issue that's right. And this in the wrong Marines were saying this because this is a time of year If you're going to start getting your decks ready, Maybe you want to seal your concrete. Now is one of the best time years to do it going into the worst part of the year. So going into the winter time, people say, don't just make sense. You want to make it look fresh in spring, so looks great during the summertime, but she wants protection during the wintertime. So the gentleman who called earlier about his concrete floor or ceiling, the concrete This is a great time year to do that, because you'll have more to protect and I'm going into the cold months. We get emails a lot Chuck about people saying that they were told that the salt off their cars deteriorate the concrete in their driveways or in the in the garage floor. Absolutely. Yes, we We get those emails quite a bit. But if you use a product like motor City floors and Cody in our company, Morsi floors and coatings or at least put a sealer on going into the Winter times. Those products will not soak into the concrete of much and it will actually help your concrete last longer. I agree with them a huge believer in the breathable sealers and outdoor concrete, huge believer. Have seen. I remember Builder buddy of mine getting sued by a homeowner and literally the concrete in the driveway was pitting and sprawling, and it was roughly In the shape of a car, two slabs. And wouldn't you know that's exactly where they parked that car every day, and the rest of the concrete was great. It does happen. Let's take one. That's car real quick. Let's talk to, uh Donna in Port Austin. Good morning, down to your arm with the guys. Morning, Ken. Good morning, Chuck. I have, uh, Height, Weaver Ranch home and so the peaks aren't real high. But when it rains real hard and the brain comes down through the valleys. It just gushes. I mean, literally just shoots out over and Hits whatever is on the ground beneath it, and my husband was looking online at some kind of divert ear's that you can put up there. What would you recommend? And, um, who would I call to install it like a roof for or a gutter person? Yeah, both. Yeah. If you're talking about the actual divert as you put on the roof I would rather have a splash shield installed and the gutter and a bigger gutter installed there in the corner. Yeah, it's funny in our conversation with Tim from pro home improvement. He was talking about that very issue. And that to me would be the best way to go The divert ear's. I've actually done that on roofs, but she's I don't want to. I know how to do it without creating a leak. Because you have to penetrate the roof. Put the divergence up there. Yeah, we don't like kind of treating average. You can help her. I like that. A good six inch got her with that splash guard at the end, right in the corners when at the end of that valley. That was worried about those are gutters, then. If they're going over that fast, and you have that much rough. A six inch cutter is what will it was 40% more water it can handle. Um you don't have to replace them. And maybe just do it in that part of the house. Where the valleys come down. There you go. Just do half the gutters in six inches. Just the thought. Oh, and then.
US Troops Start to Arrive for Afghanistan Evacuation
"Of Marines has arrived in Kabul, Afghanistan, to get non essential American Embassy workers in Afghan who aided Americans out of the country as the Taliban continues to gain ground. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says 3000 Marines and Army members will be in Kabul over the next few weeks on what he calls the very specific mission, he says Afghan forces have the tools to take over their own security. This is a moment for The Afghans to unite the leadership and in the military. No outcome has to be inevitable here. Another 3500 to 4500 troops are headed to Kuwait to be unreserved in case they're needed. Troops from Canada and the UK are also being used to get their citizens out. The United
CDC Releases Data Behind Latest Mask Guidelines
"Over new mask guidelines for fully vaccinated people. The CDC is releasing the data behind the policy change. Here's more from Fox's Steve Arrington. We do expect the CDC to publish that data today behind its change in policy when it comes to mask wearing for the fully vaccinated. The CDC has come under tremendous criticism for making its recommendations before making that data public. This debate happens as hospitalizations continue to climb. The CDC puts the average seven day hospitalizations at just over 3500 concerning because that is 32% rise over just one week ago. But in the larger picture, keep in mind that the peak of hospitalizations was back in January, That rate was five times the current rate. Critics have accused the CDC of making a hasty decision about strengthening mask guidelines in some indoor places without the data to support it. The Humane
Despite Rise in COVID-19 Cases, Masks Are Not Mandated in New Jersey
"There has been no spike in hospitalizations due to covid infections. But the state is seeing a sharp increase in the rate of transmission now at its highest level in months at 1.37. New Jersey is also seeing a rise in the number of so called breakthrough infections. The state has documented nearly 3500 infections among those considered fully vaccinated and 31 deaths. Despite the spike in new cases, hospitalizations have remained low at around 300 statewide. In California. The delta variant has been pushing covid cases higher and the indoor mask mandate has been reinstated. Is covid infection. Rates in hospitalizations rise in New Jersey A return to face coverings is not being ordered here. Jersey Health Commissioner Judy Purse, Achille says. While Covid cases are up in Jersey hospitalizations remain relatively low, as do the number of patients in the ICU and on ventilators. So severe disease seems to be under control. But we look at this every day. As you can imagine, Governor, Murphy says. Right now, state officials are comfortable with where the Covid metrics are, and hopefully, things will stay that way. I don't want to go back. But if we think that's the right public health thing to do that, that's what the the experts will suggest.
"3500" Discussed on KTRH
"Like it's 1999 5 39. Houston's morning news. Happy birthday to Millennials, the oldest millennials share are turning 40 this year. Can you believe that 40 years old? So what is the or who is the typical 40 year old millennial while they have $128,000 in debt. Oh, so they're more in debt than their boomer parents were. They are not nearly as wealthy. Are they married as your parents work? Many of them are married. In 66% of them are parents. I wondered about the parents that came next. Exactly. They have less wealth. They're more in debt. They make about the same as past generations and a little bit more than Gen Xers. So that there's actually been, interestingly enough, the more educated and by the way, a fair amount of the debt comes from their education on average about 30,000. The other debt comes from those who have actually bought homes, although they waited longer. Buy homes than previous generations. Add just like they waited longer to get married and have kids. It's nice. It's nice as they make more, but does it purchase as much? It does not. That's the deal. That's the big deal they make about the same as the boomer parents did at that age. But It purchases not nearly as much, much more inflation we've seen since then. Purchase power. Yeah, we could buy cars for 3500 bucks. And that was a fast mind was a Mustang. Yeah, Now it's $3500 total. Now it's 35,000 Have the purchase power you right? It's it's just not quite slow, but ain't We'll see how it is going forward. We're getting little stagnant at though. As far as it is, the income goes 5 40 Now time for traffic.
Golf Pro Shot, Killed at His Georgia Golf Course
"Following the shooting at Pine Tree Country Club in Kennesaw. Over the weekend Golf pro Director Paul Sylar was shot to death when he went to check on a car that had gotten stuck on the golf course on the 10th told family and friends. Numbers of this club are remembering 41 year old Jean Sylar, the husband and father of two, was a graduate of Purdue University who had been working as the club's director of golf since 2019 now prior to that, he worked in the same capacity at Summit Chase Country Club that's in Gwinnett County. Now we have learned from Channel two is Michael Sidon that investigators have also found a white ran 3500 pickup truck parked on the green to other bodies were found in the bed of that truck. Both had been shot. One of the two bodies in the truck was identified as Paul Pearson, the registered owner of the truck. The third victim has not yet been identified. The shooter Is still on the run. 82
"3500" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Please gamble responsibly. Gambling problem call 88853 to 3500. Alright, back here we go at home with Gary Sullivan. As we take your calls Regard low home improvement. It's 808 238255. Hey, Brad. Welcome. Hey, Gary, Hold this. Alright. Alright. Got a bathroom faucet, hot and cold handles to separate. The cold is dripping saw on YouTube where I can change out. Cartridge on it. But it does not have like an Allen. Screw anything that handle law. Is that I'm able to do that one on that kind of they replace the whole entire. How would you think that faucet is? We built the house back in. Oh, four, okay. So, Yeah. Do you know what brand it is? Just another thing, too, is that it doesn't have any markings or anything like that. Look on the On a false itself. Also looking home dream, Okay to see some There's got to be a place to get that handle off number one and number two is all faucets are designed to be repaired. So we got to find out how we detach that faucet handle. Um, you talked about a set screw and usually it's like underneath the lever. I don't know if you have the cross handles or just a single lever, But usually it's underneath that is one place you'll find that the other place you'll find them is at the top where there's hot, the hot and cold button or the hot and cold designation. Sometimes those pop off And there's a Phillips head screw down in there that screwed right into the cartridge or into the stem. It's like a lever and have unscrewed those and I've looked inside the sides are and I don't see an Allen head or or Phillips head or anything in there. It's a lever and you say when you unscrewed that what did you wanna screw? I unscrewed it like I unscrewed and took it off to where? You know you can't like. Grab that You can't you can't needed like Tension and Internet believer Lever on screen has got threads right there because it's horizontal. It's uh, it's not one that's round and you turn on and off. It's You know that believers that turned towards you when he turned the water on, so I unscrewed that and looked inside there. I didn't see him exactly. Just because it just pop off. I didn't want to break it. Um hell, there's just so many different handles, so I'm having trouble picturing how that handle is so it's there's a hot handle. There's a cold handle, and it's got a lever that you Turn in a direction to get water correct, and then you move it further. Yes, it's like if he turns if you turned both of them on the same time, they would be pointing at you, right what I'm saying. So there are they pulling down then? Are they moving? God, No, They're like they're just they're pulling towards you. OK? Yeah. When in their face out, you know when they're when it turned off, they both face out and, uh, When you turn it on. It was it was faith towards you. OK? Yeah, I can't tell you exactly where that's I'm telling you generally because every brand does things a little differently and and so usually On that designation of hot or cold. There's a button there that you in some cases can't even tell. That gets popped off or the set screws underneath..
"3500" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"3500" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"3500" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of NATO leaders, including President Biden coming up next month, but What will they be focused on him today on the agenda in Paris, the French president meeting with NATO's political chief Jens Stoltenberg says, We will reinforce our unity and solidarity. This means consulting Maura in NATO on all issues that affect our security, reaffirming our fundamental values and strengthen our commitment to collect the defense. But Macron stresses solidarity is not a word that could mean anything at any time. He ruffled feathers at the last summit when the label The alliance brain dead without any clearly stated Mission. Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign Desk the way with Compressor Station shut down for 1/4 time in less than a year yesterday, and Senator Ed Markey now is speaking out, he says, This is a sign that it should not be operating now or ever. A spokesperson for N Bridge, the company that built the compressor tells the favorite legend maintenance is being done, but the compressor should be back online shortly. Emperor says they're committed to safe and reliable operations. Researchers in Britain are exploring the effects of air pollution on Children's health and the steps that governments could take to create a cleaner environment. British scientists are tracking the movements of 3500 kids to better understand how air pollution effects their health. London is one of the most polluted cities in Europe. Even if you live in the countryside at the moment, you know you're not far from the main road, a busy road The impacts can be deadly. Last year, a corner ruled air pollution contributed to the death of a nine year old British girl who died after an asthma attack. That is CBS is he and Lee 84 schools in England are taking part of this four years. Study. With students aged 6 to 9 years old three a weight off the Wall Street. Andrew All day is at Bloomberg. Kind of a weird week. We started down. We had a little spike on yesterday, and now we're just kind of all over the place. Yeah, And this morning, it looked like we were gonna have another spike today, but it faded for tech stocks. And so the NASDAQ right now is losing 37. Other indexes look better down rising 164 S and P 500 of three. Anyone has been house hunting lately knows that there are two big things going on. Right now. A tiny inventory of homes available for sale and prices going through the roof Realtors Association says That combination weighed on US home resales in April. Unexpectedly falling 2.7% of the lowest in 10 months. The median home selling price jump 19% from April last year. Biggest jump on record home prices rising so dramatically that for the first time on record, half of US homes have been selling above their asking price. That's according to Redfin. Looking at transactions from the middle of last month to the middle of this one and zero day Bloomberg Business on WBZ, Boston's news radio..
"3500" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"First of all, we have less money going to infrastructure Bill, right? 9% of the bill going to infrastructure. What the reality of infrastructure is not with the politicians say infrastructure is infrastructure has never been child care. It is now apparently, but it's never been that its roads, its bridges. I don't know about where you live. I can't This state of Pennsylvania is the world's worst. My wife and I just drove 3500 Miles. All total from the down south to across to go Northwest. They come across that come Northeast. And nowhere. Where the roads worse than they are. In Pennsylvania. So how do we fix that? Well, somebody's got to get tax. No, I got an idea. Let's raise the gas tax. Right. It's raised tolls. Go up. Trust me, It's gonna happen. Why do you think of that? That comes out of your income. You know that, right? You're gonna pay more. So here we go. Now we have maybe higher federal gas tax higher state gas tax. We will certainly have not just in this state but never state. Gonna happen. Amazing. It's just absolutely amazing. Do you know that all this could be fixed with a flat tax or fair tax in particular, because.
"3500" Discussed on KOMO
"Need to get to 80% population immunity before next winter heads. That means we need at least 100 million Portmore people to be vaccinated before next winter has because if we don't do that, then I think there may be a surge next winter. Major milestone in the race of action. 8 100 Million Americans are now fully vaccinated, allowing states to further loosen covert restrictions. ABC serene shot in Los Angeles say there, though there's still a ways to go. Opening further in some places could hinge on Maura Americans vaccinated the focus, turning to a younger population ages 18 to 64. This group for the first time has the largest number hospitalized, Visor and beyond. Check seeking the use authorization for use and kids 12 to 15 years old. Old. They previously requested FDA authorization, which could come any day the U. S has announced a new travel ban on most non US citizens coming from India starting Tuesday. This as the country's devastating covert surge Alex, Ill aerated early today, a record 401,000 new cases reported. In a single day. The White House citing extraordinarily high cove, it 19 caseloads and multiple variants circulating in India. The virus crippling India's health care system, killing 3500 people in just 24 hours here at home health officials in Michigan and Tennessee identifying two cases of a variant now spreading quickly and India. One person had recently returned from a trip there. Christine Sloan of ABC News, California looking to trim Pres. Populations how they're going to do it. The state is increasing early release credits for 76,000 of its prison inmates, including more than 60,000 violent offenders, who will now be able to shorten their sentences by a third with good behavior credits. Among those are people serving life sentences with the possibility of parole more than 10,002 time. Nonviolent felons will be able to leave prison after serving half their time. The changes were approved this week by the Office of Administrative Law, as the state aims to further reduce the population of once was the nation's largest correct Personal system..
India Sets Another Global Record for Daily COVID-19 Cases
"India's government to release detailed information about covert variants testing and how people are responding to vaccines there as the country indoors, the worst covert surge yet setting another global record in the past 24 hours more than 386,000 new cases and nearly 3500 deaths. President Biden offering
Hospitality Workers Petition for COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility in Washington
"Workers will be eligible to get their covert shots. This includes first responders agriculture transit grocery store workers As Cara seventies, Michelle Millman reports. Another group of workers wants to be included. Workers are pressuring Governor insulated put them on Tomorrow's vaccine list, Washington Hospitality Association and the Seattle Restaurant Alliance, said the governor a petition with more than 3500 signatures. They want restaurant workers to be added to tomorrow's tier of people eligible for a covert vaccine. Starting next Monday, restaurants will be able to offer in door dining at 50% capacity. A woman has life threatening
Washington DC council member wants emergency hearing over vaccination website tech issues
"D C Council member is requesting an emergency hearing to review what happened as technical issues kept many from registering for vaccine appointments. After three days of technical issues at large, council member Kristina Henderson says something needs to change. It's important for us to get this right. The D. C Department of Health made 3500 appointments available on Saturday after two days of technical problems before third day in a row tech issues made registering difficult. Henderson requested that the Committee on Health and the Committee on Government Opera Rations hold emergency oversight hearings with D C health and the Office of the Chief technology officer to review what happened. What are the fixes? And what are the assurances that we can provide? The residents of this will not happen
Number of Coloradans Hospitalized with the Flu Is Down
"Says the number of Coloradans hospitalized with the flu is down way down. Last year, We had 3500 people hospitalized, and I think last count, we're on easier thirties. Dr Eric France attributes this to the fact that people are wearing masks staying home when sick and maintaining social distancing as well as the fact that the flu vaccination rates are up 13% this year. Joel Hyland Getaway news radio. A handful of
NATO to expand mission in Iraq by 3,500 troops
"Forces in Iraq. The rocket strikes killed a contractor and injured other people, including an American service member. U. S forces remain in Iraq despite efforts in the past year to push them out and now U. S allies in NATO say they want to expand their presence here is Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Today we decided to expand NATO training mission in Iraq. To support the Iraqi forces as the fight is, um, on ensure that Isis does not return. NPR's Alice Fordham has been reporting from
"3500" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And you can have a great time with all your friends and family. But you're in a safe zone. You don't have to have those things. And you don't have to really explain it because you know what? Everybody's too busy stuffing their faces during that time, and you know you don't have to explain it because nobody will pay attention to it. But the best part is is that the next morning you will get up and you will be a pound and a half or £2 lighter, But that's what it is. I mean, that's what you're losing. You're losing almost a pounded. There are your burning When we get these scans right for each person. We take that fingerprint of each person. And see how to bounce the hormones that are neurotransmitters, toxins, parasites, how to correct the mineral imbalances that they're keeping you from absorbing water the right way on, Gwen, we correct all those things and get your metabolism working. Get your body working in the right direction. That's what you're losing. I mean, people don't When people come into the office, and I kind of give him a quick explanation of how the process works, I tell them Because the scans Because we take that fingerprint and then customize a number of different solutions and supplements from this scan. It's like taking a fingerprint and from those solutions were now get the body into this fat burning fat. We turn on fat burning and turn off fat storage. And so That scan is like taking a fingerprint, and then we're able to detox. The body balanced the hormone support the organs. And that gets your body burning anywhere from 2000 to 7000 calories a day off your own fat for fuel, Which is why you're not hungry on this now. When I say that to people I get the same people turn their head sideways. And they're like what you know, like that's like a check in moment. And I remind them that remember we're guaranteeing you at least £20, but typically, people lose 20 women lose 27 35 Men lose 35 to 45. Plus, it takes 3500 calories to burn £1 right, So even on the low end, let's say women, let's say In the low end, a woman loses 25 to £30. That's probably what 300.6 point £6.7 a day. That's actually about what it is for women. So you're losing. You're losing in order to do that. You have to burn. 3000 calories. 2,703,000 calories a day just to lose that type of weight in one day, By the way, there's not a workout that I know of. No, that doesn't I think I think you're looking at like, I think I read an article or Mick Jagger Burns like 5000 calories during one Rolling Stone's comments. Something like Esso. I mean something I might want to take up that work out or something like that. That that's what he loses five. I mean, you're talking about an extra amazing amount of fat. You're burning fat. That's what's so amazing about this. You are burning your own fat for fuel. So you that's why when, when people let's say you called right now,.