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September Jobs Report Disappointing Under Liberal Economy

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | Last week

September Jobs Report Disappointing Under Liberal Economy

"Ready to do my podcast this morning And one of the things I do because I'm always behind closed curtains in the dark all day And I get sad not sad like sand the acronym seasonal affective disorder Like I need some sun 'cause you do get sad on sand right So for like ten minutes before producer D tells me he's ready to start taping the podcast I sit outside in the sun to get some sun in my eyeballs to not turn into one of those weird looking things like the oracles from the 300 movie you know with the white nasty looking skin and stuff That's what'll happen to me So I'm outside and I'm reading a couple stories right before the podcast gets started And if these two stories are improved positive about the cancer eating this country alive that the modern liberal is I don't know what is A story number one the jobs numbers come out Now explain to me how now that the economy is reopened you have money everywhere The federal government has printed a boatload of money with no value to back it You have a bunch of people clamoring to get out to go out and eat to go back to shows You have packed college football stadiums You have Christmas coming up explain to me in what damn universe An economy should be struggling right now to hire people I will wait liberal idiots I will wait a minute because you're too stupid to figure out the question Jim's like you better say something We're gonna go to a best of it You can't take time out on radio Like after 5 or 6 seconds it kicks to a best of I can't leave you that much time even though you're very dumb and can't figure it out In what world should the jobs numbers we were expecting 500,000 new jobs And we only got a 194 for liberals listening That's less than half In what world does that make sense to you

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Tropical Storm Nicholas Leaves 500,000 Without Power in Texas

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:16 sec | Last month

Tropical Storm Nicholas Leaves 500,000 Without Power in Texas

"Than three hundred. Ninety thousand people are without power in greater houston as now tropical storm nicholas rolls through our region that includes over thirty thousand people in galveston county. Officials are reminding you this morning then if you see a downed power to stay away from it and call nine one one.

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Many Survivors of Haiti Earthquake Expect No Help From Officials

ABC Perspective

01:22 min | Last month

Many Survivors of Haiti Earthquake Expect No Help From Officials

"Last weekend's devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake. Compounding the misery, Tropical Storm Grace, the aftermath of President Juvenal Maurice's assassination. And, of course, the coronavirus pandemic. ABC is Matt Gutman is in Haiti with more from what we've seen. AIDS seems to have been slow in coming to the southwest of Haiti, that devastated area UNICEF now doing assessments, saying that there are now 500,000 Children without adequate shelter without food without clean water. When you drive by these areas, you see house after house, especially in these mountain villages completely collapsed. And when we spoke to the locals, we noticed that There's nothing there. There was no aid. There were no Tark's. There's no water food being brought to them. There's no insurance whatsoever, and they said they didn't expect to get any not from the government. They hope that maybe NGOs would help. But as far as we have seen help, had not gotten to some of those most remote villages that perhaps needed it most and hospitals right now are slammed. There are patients still coming in. With injuries from the quake. We were at a hospital, a nine year old boy came in with a bilateral pelvic fracture Incredibly painful well over 100. Patients have been medevacked here to Puerto Prince for further treatment. But this is going to last a long time. Matt Gutman, ABC News

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Remembering the Impact of 'Common Sense' by Thomas Paine

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Remembering the Impact of 'Common Sense' by Thomas Paine

"But a single 47 page pamphlet, A single 47 page pamphlet at a time 47 pages was a lot of printing. That's the 18th century equivalent of a paperback book. Get a lot to quickly change that and shift American sentiment toward independence. Common sense. Written by Thomas Paine, first published in Philadelphia in January, 17 76 Before the The second kind of continental Congress met. In July. Obviously Wasn't party scathing polemic against the injustice of ruled by a king. But its author also made an equally eloquent argument that Americans had a unique opportunity to change the course of history. By creating a new sort of government. Which people were free and had the power to rule themselves. He said. We have every opportunity and every encouragement before us to form the noblest purist constitution on the face of the Earth. We have it in our power to begin the world over again. Centuries before the existence of the Internet, Common sense managed to go viral selling an estimated 500,000 copies. Now there are about 2.5 million people in the United States or America. So think about that. By the end of the Revolutionary War. An estimated half a million copies were in circulation throughout the colonies.

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"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"It's it goes back to. It's a it's a wonderful lesson that i actually learned from my friend. Mike weiss who was in the entertainment business for a long time and and one of the things he told me was in the early days. He said whenever you can he called it. He said. Use your juice. He said whatever juice you've got us it he said because that's the key and what he met by. That was whatever juice you end up building up right. Whatever little brand you get whatever platform you have whatever company you're working for whatever friends you know whatever networking you have. That's your juice and you have to use it. And so that's a great example of where jason bateman and those. Three guys are using their juice. They're using you know they. They didn't buy the podcast because the content those people and they and they didn't get the multiple based on. I'm sure they didn't get the multiple based on solely the audience and they and many ways. They got the multiple that they got. Because it's jason bateman and will arnett. Right i mean that's that's that's part of it. They use their juice in order to to bump that up. It's the same thing with you. Know when george clooney goes off and and makes casa migos tequila casa migos. Tequila is not great. Let's be quite frank. It's not great tequila. But because it came from george clooney and he built that narrative around at about how it got created and he built it for his friends and it was all this wonderful thing. And it's home grown and it's got that celebrity aura around it using his juice. That's why it sells for hundreds of millions of dollars as a brand so use your juice. That's a it's a. it's a great lesson. Whatever it takes right. Whatever takes it takes. Don't feel bad about leveraging connections or small -tunities that you feel that you shouldn't 'cause you wanna do it on your own or whatever you do everything anything everything that's exactly so there you go there you have it all right. What do you got anything anything week. It's a long long weekend actually. It's it's we're having some fun because Last year every year for the fourth of july we go out to blossom music center. And it's in south of cleveland and we listened to the orchestra and they play fireworks. And it's a big deal. We've been doing this for many many years. The we always take about sixteen seventeen people out there with us and we weren't able to go last year so of course this year. We're able to go. We sit on the grass. We all we have little picnics together. And then it gets dark. The orchestra comes out and cleveland orchestras fantastic. And then we you know they play the william tell overture and all sorts of other things. So it's it's it's great so i'm looking forward to that this this weekend. How nice very nice. We are headed to the beach to do We have yeah. We have a little place up in montecito which is just near santa barbara for those of you who don't know california and we'll be up there for the long weekend sort of enjoying the beach enjoying some time away.

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"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"And so flock was flocked from almost the very beginning. And so i think and it would seem that. I've have some company here. That basically they joe. Google doesn't have an answer for this right now. They just don't have an answer and so instead of sort of committing to this and basically trying to figure out something else. They've said yeah. We need more time. They're basically playing rope-a-dope as they as they sort of back into the ring corner and say we got to figure this out because we don't have we. There's not a good answer for this right now. And i think a lot of this is going to take place in the courts where google is now faced in europe with an antitrust idea and so for all of you who sort of see the message is out there. Say it's a sigh of relief. We have time now. Might strong encouragement is to pretend that it's not get ahead of this while you can and start figuring out your first party data strategy and figure out how you're going to deal with this because it's only going to get more complex and harder from here out so use this delay not as a you know but use it as a pressure to say okay. We need to figure this out. That's that's my commentary or rant on that my little quick rave is basically from marketing. Have you seen the the budweiser july. Were not at. But i will. So we'll wives after as soon as the it's done it's it's really fun. It's just fun. We you know in a time that we could really use just some fun and so you're familiar with bill pullman. Presidential speech in independence day movie. Which of course is so famous. He basically recreates that. But does it with the. We're now coming out of lockdown i. It's just it's just great. It's just it's just great great nostalgia. It's great fan service. It's just it's just wonderful and kudos to budweiser for for doing it. It's just it's wonderful so we'll link to it in the show notes. Of course you can go watch it but yeah that's my that's my survey it's just it's just wonderful wonderful nice so my My rave is i. you might have heard. Maybe you were already listening to smart lists. Have you listened to the smart lewis. Podcast before i have not. No i heard about it from you. But i have not seen the backstory is my friends. Becky and mark turned me onto the smart list. Podcast stars jason. Bateman sean hayes. And will arnett so very very popular in their own right but they're all really close friends which i didn't know and you'll you'll understand that when you start listening to it and i've listened to about five or so podcasts. And so the premise is each week. Either jason sean or will bring on a surprise guest that the other two don't know about it's like today's guest is oprah and then they're like oh and they all the allies oprah questions or whatever works pretty really well and the this the side note robert. They read advertising sponsorship. Better than anyone. I've ever listened to. It's actually the the only time i will listen to the sponsorships..

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"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

05:01 min | 3 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"The ninety nine two thousand. Everyone was so excited. Stock market was going crazy. And i sat in a meeting. It was the b hag to one billion dollars and we were a three hundred million dollar company at the time or something like that. How do we get to one billion by whatever two thousand five and everyone's talking about you and that's exactly what buzzfeed is talking about. They want to get to this one billion number as quickly as possible with highly profitable in every time i see this. I get a little bit nervous because you're talking about scale it's it's how it's all. It's it's all these big brands fall into. How big can we get. How much can we do. How many social media platforms can we be on. It's like yep. What i lived this i so my story on the same side was in nine hundred ninety seven. I was hired by a little web development firm here in los angeles called w three design which was forty five people and at the time one of the larger web development agencies in los angeles by the time i moved because i was living on the east coast at the time by the time i moved back to la and got there. They had actually been acquired by a little company called us web which us web for those of you. Who are old enough to remember was a roll up. It was basically the nineteen ninety nine version of back. It was basically one company that was entirely made up of little agencies all across as holding company for all these little tiny agencies all across the world to get scale to call themselves a billion dollar consulting firm which then they started to say. Okay we need to expand so they started to build in other scale ability and acquire you know other parts of other consulting organizations other technology firms other software firms. They basically created this monster called march. I which ultimately became a giant roll up that went public and they took that company public and of course never did anything other than operate. Two thousand little companies across you know and of course that went about as well as you think it might and it completely imploded And it's just not a terribly successful model. It just doesn't work very well and the reason. It doesn't work very well because all these little things don't work can't get the economies of scale that you think you can you don't get the economy's yet look at it right. They're like oh yeah. We can save money here here here but when it comes down to it it never happens that way. It never really works out very well for these things and you can see it now. Happening with the holding companies in the ad agency world right. All of those companies are operating extensively independently at with each other and in some ways competing with each other in some cases..

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"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"Twenty no yeah. You're right okay. now we're going to do. We're going to do this virtual while we can while while here. We don't know how long it's going to be but you're right if the content marketing team got together and said all right. We don't know how long we there's a lot of questions we don't have answered. But what if we focus on this as a long-term experience digital experience instead of just whenever it comes back it comes back and that's what you're saying right that that would have been a huge opportunity because now you've got multiple platforms instead of. Just how do we take it to the next level. You know what i mean in other words instead of looking at through the you know this i mean i don't wanna know i don't want to get all sort of esoteric and marshall mcluhan knee and all that but but the when we look at digital versus physical instead of saying Digital was a proxy. Right we had to do digital because you know it just didn't work and that by the way i mean everything from the pick it up you know the direct to consumer movement of you know in terms of retail and how you went to the best buy and you sat in the parking lot and you had your text you know and all this. That was all digitally enabled right and and not the best. I'm not throwing best buy under the bus here. But but those kinds of programs are the ones that i'm seeing get killed now and replaced with. Hey the stores open right and so let's go back into the store and forget about all of those digital experiences that we created many of which were really really great and again. I'm not mentioning this specific experience. Because i know something about best buy. They're killing that program or whatever. But i mean in as as as an example of that i see many companies killing some of these new initiatives that they launched in twenty twenty to act as a proxy for some sort of physical whether it's e commerce whether it's a content marketing whether it's some sort of customer how to experience training all these things are now that the brands are going..

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"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

05:35 min | 3 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"Picks are going to be rich right. You know you're gonna that's their that's their business now. Well the interesting thing will be to see where how this starts to affect the draft when you've got players who can now capitalize on their success as a player in ncaa and where the money might not be now. The driving thing and and and the interest in a particular team and the team's interest in a particular player may be driven a little bit different by economics in other words. If you've got a number fifteen or sixteen draft prospect. Let's just say just as an example. But they've been killing it in the sort of in the market for you know content or winter you know whatever it is does that up their draft capital with its yes in other words and the absolutely it does right. I mean if you start to get marquee player. Who's driving media dollars and driving audiences in a very similar way and this has happened here in hollywood to a to a large degree where casting decisions and i know this for a fact because many of my friends here in la have told me this directly casting decisions. These days are in many ways. Just about how many followers you have as it is to your performance in the audition so if a new show can cast someone and the choices between two actors who won has you know okay and to is the okay performances but one has a two million followers in the other has zero. Guess who's getting cast and that same idea is going to start to take place in sports as well and so it's just going to be very very interesting to see this because it just adds a new wrinkle to competition i in good and bad ways and i think there are you know i just. I hope that people take this with the you know the both of those things in mind so anyway. It's a cautionary tale waiting to happen. You're right..

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"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

This Old Marketing

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on This Old Marketing

"Mc who's the trainer mick. Right mickey mickey us. They were talking about how they missed. Cut head cut me cut me. Yeah so they were. They were talking about how they wanna do more. They wanna see more rocky movies but mix not there in mic was a really important part in starts talking about the chicken seeds in mexico to you know you got you gotta chase the chicken to be a word to be a champion. You gotta chase the chicken and that he talks about this. Then you gotta catch the chicken and then you got to force yourself. The chicken and i lost. It aren't talking about. How many tickets did muhammad ali force himself on b because he was so great that okay. That's all i can say because this is somewhat of family friendly show. I lost it. Of course it makes. It makes by sud so happy. Because i've enjoyed his totally. You know future really cavin. Yeah but anyways. Yeah if you're if you like You know left leaning politics and you don't mind a little potty humor it's a great podcast so there you go there. You go not not necessarily the most ringing of endorsements but an endorsement on them. I just had a catch. The ticket i gotta work on my mic impression. Yeah be of. Your burgess meredith impression. That is that an penguin. I mean he was so good. But i am of course always remember them from rocky one two and he was in three right. He was clubber lang didn't he was. Yeah the cat has died in the third one. I believe that is correct. I know he died. yes. He died in three echoes. Correct insurance social media. This is incorrect. But i believe he died in three one two or paulo and three was yesterday. Cluber line. I believe that is correct because the because what happened in three was that a apollo had to come in and train them for that..

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Elon Musk Sets out Starlink Goals

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Elon Musk Sets out Starlink Goals

"The world's polar regions are still frozen out. But Elon Musk says his Starling satellite network is on track to being broadband Internet to the rest of the world By August, he says, there are now 1500 Starling satellite. He hopes to have 500,000 StarLink users within a

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As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

Balance of Nature

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

"Today to demand the impeachment of the president. A BCS Claire Bauer reports from Rio de Janeiro as Brazil marked half a million lives lost to Covid 19. Thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country Saturday, blaming President Bolsonaro is handling of the pandemic for the devastating death toll. By demonstrators held signs with the names of loved ones lost. One sign reading. Who do you call when the president kills your dad? Others demanded more vaccines to date only 11% of Brazilian fully vaccinated, and health officials warn the country could be on the cusp of a third wave. Player Power. ABC NEWS Ready JANEIRO,

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"500,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on AP News

"He took office January 20th, but he's in danger of failing to meet his self imposed target 70% of Americans at least partially vaccinated by the fourth of July. Hot weather has moved into the plain states was dripping sweat. It was obnoxious. That man is in Lincoln, Nebraska. Carol Good. Upton with the Papillion LA Vista Fire Department says it's time for people to be aware of the heat checking on the elderly checking on young Children. People that are higher risk for experiencing a heat. You know, emergency staying inside, staying in the shade. If you have to be outside, take frequent breaks. People along the Gulf Coast are getting ready for tropical weather system. Rain is the big story here. John Cangelosi is at the National Hurricane Center. You could see 4 to 8 inches of rain and even some isolated maximums near about a foot of rain. Officials ordered a floodgate and lock systems closed in southeast Louisiana and ready sandbags in Mississippi and Alabama. Federal judge says he won't allow an Arkansas man Richard Barnett, arrested after he was photographed sitting on the desk of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office during the capital riot to travel for a classic car swap meet. This is a P news. Brazil is approaching 500,000 coronavirus deaths and there is an investigation with a milestone likely to be reached this weekend. Brazil's Senate is publicly probing how the toll got so high, focusing on why President Jaya Bolsonaro's far right government ignored opportunities to buy vaccines for months. While it's relentlessly pushed Hydroxychloroquine, the malaria drug shown to be ineffective in treating Covid 19 for skepticism has extended to the death toll itself, with both so narrow, arguing the official tally from his own health ministry is greatly exaggerated. Some experts saying the real figure is significantly higher, perhaps hundreds of thousands higher. I'm Charles de la Decima. The artificial intelligence powered namesake of the Mayflower, A sleek robotic boat retracing the 16 20 journey of the famous English vessel had to turn back to fix the mechanical problem. Ed Donahue. AP News in a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll finds majorities of people who used to eat out or go to games and movies before the pandemic are doing it all again. About a third of people in the survey think restrictions have been lifted too fast. Here in Washington, David Story calls it a leap of faith. I'm pretty comfortable what's going on, But I still got my mash just to be on the safe side, The poll finds far fewer Americans are still wearing masks kind of a habit for me to put it back on. Alicia Walter keeps her as close but is getting more comfortable without it. Nice to see people's faces again. Saga or Megane Washington. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. Canada's public safety minister says border restrictions on non essential travel with the United States will be extended until July 21st. The restrictions were first announced in March of last year and have been extended every month since. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says people need to be cautious as restrictions in the US are lifted, and this virus is still very, very much here. Sadly, and there's a real difference between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. A new A P N O R C poll shows some people worry coronavirus related restrictions were lifted to quickly. Virginia resident David Story is cautious. I'm going to try to take a step out there and take a leap of faith are going to restaurants, email. Trying to resume some type of, you know, regular activity going to the gym like it, entrusting what we're seeing and trusting the numbers..

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Brazil Still Debating Dubious Virus Drug Amid 500,000 Deaths

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Brazil Still Debating Dubious Virus Drug Amid 500,000 Deaths

"As Brazil hurtles toward an official coded nineteen death toll of a five hundred thousand the second highest in the world silence is on trial inside the country and the truth is up for grabs with the most unlikely to be reached this weekend Brazil's Senate is publicly probing how the toll got so high focusing on life president Chaya Bolsonaro this fall rights government ignored opportunities to buy vaccines for months while it relentlessly pushed hydroxy chloride Quinn the malaria drug shown to be ineffective in treating okay with nineteen the skepticism has extended to the death toll itself with Bolsonaro all getting the official tally for his own health ministry is greatly exaggerated some experts say the real figure is significantly higher perhaps hundreds of thousands hi I'm Charles that's my

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Harris in Guatemala to Tackle Immigration Causes

Jimmy Barrett

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Harris in Guatemala to Tackle Immigration Causes

"The top issue for Vice President Kamala Harris meeting with Guatemala's president Fox's Gurnal Scott has this life police a vice president Harris at a news conference at stemming the migrant influx means helping Guatemala thrive to encourage natives to stay. He's both in our interest. Reflective of our values to help create that opportunity. And to share in economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to becomes orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America Visit America is listening to Fox News.

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Harris Meets With Guatemalan President

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Harris Meets With Guatemalan President

"In economic prosperity. Through a translator. Guatemalan President Alejandro G. Amante said they will help with that effort by introducing necessary changes tools for migration to become orderly migration and the vice president also saying the U. S will give 500,000 vaccine doses to Guatemala, Lisa Thanks, Colonel. She will be heading next to Mexico. As part of that Central America visit America is listening to Fox views. It's 33 NewsRadio one Oh 55. W E. R C scare tactics used against Congressman Mo Brooks, his wife to serve notice of a

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"500,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on WTOP

"Bonds 500,000 Greater 1.45 disc company supply right something to change and subjected Credit approval. Call 805 114 48. Good to have you here. It's a 38 traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks, here's Steve Dresner and the traffic said in the district in Upper Northwest Crash activity being reported South Bend was kind Sin Avenue. Calvert Street, South bound traffic stop for ongoing crash activity may want to avoid this area Possible. North Bella D. C. To 95 after Pennsylvania Avenue on Lee, a single language by the Crash activity and traffic moving pretty well over on the South bound side. Quiet an eye to 95. No problems reported in either direction on the Southeast Southwest Freeway over in Maryland. One broken down North bound being reported on the BW Parkway Right before you get to the capital Beltway, Slowing things down been quite a 95 between the two belle ways. No Problems report on the Capitol building in Maryland between Montgomery County and Prince George's County could ride on 9 to 17 No issues to report on Route 50 at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Currently we have two lanes heading east Bam. Three going westbound over and Virginia also a nice ride on the capital Beltway. No problems to report on 3 95 delays on the north bound side of 95 in Virginia. They do start one term. Oh, North, a triangle off non delays up and over the Janko Kwon. One should clear the bridge. Pretty good ride all the way to the Springfield Interchange and currently no delays over on the South bound side. Pretty good ride from the Springfield interchange over the AKA Kwame. Straight down to the Fredericksburg area. Traffic is brought to you by the Virginia Department of Health. Ready for your Free Cove in 19 vaccine visit, vaccinate dot Virginia Doc of or Call 877 Vax in Via Steve Dress food Coming U T O P traps trumping 44 Day forecast with Matt Matt hold in blustery through the nighttime hours. The scattered showers in the Sprinkles in the wet snowflakes and even some ice pellets will continue to wind down.

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How Will Biden's Infrastructure Plan Stocks Affect the Stock Market?

BTV Simulcast

01:36 min | 7 months ago

How Will Biden's Infrastructure Plan Stocks Affect the Stock Market?

"Reality headsets for the U. S. Army fell apart the board so because there's a story we can't get away from, And that is Joe Biden's 2.25 Trillion Infrastructure spending plan on a big focus of that is climate link Stocks. Look at the Raymond James No out about 630 Billion of the 2.25 Trillion is all climate related and big part. That's a TV story. No wonder then that we saw Tesler up 5%. Of course, you just said end of the call. What a year. Today test is one of the laggards so far, but it's clawed back some of those losses in a single day, some other movies in the evil space there for about the boards because a big part of that plan is 500,000 public charging stations throughout the U. S So again, no wonder look at the performance on the day by some of the biggest names of publicly traded charging companies charge point up almost 19%. There is a broader energy story to this Joe Biden wanting to double down on renewable sources of energy, but also energy story, too. If we flip up the board One more time. You can see that the love was felt throughout those publicly traded providers of renewable energy alternative energy storage systems. One final area when I look at if we flip up the boards for a final time is $100 billion committed to spent being spent on Rural broadband, basically giving people access to Internet. This is something Emily you've discussed in the show a lot there in society. A lot of the disparity is caused by lack of training and lack of access to Internet and you can see actually, what's interesting. A lot of the telecoms provider is not that much higher T Mobile hired by 5/10 of 1%, There is a five G angle. This is well on T Mobile's been a surprise leader. The five G's space. But why's on Joe Biden and how he's going to spend that big

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Trump White House COVID-19 coordinator Deborah Birx says most deaths could have been avoided

John Williams

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Trump White House COVID-19 coordinator Deborah Birx says most deaths could have been avoided

"Former White House Carnivorous Response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says most of the more than 500,000 US covert deaths were avoidable. In a new documentary Out on CNN Sunday, Burke said that while the first wave of deaths was likely The country could have avoided the death toll of future waves if people had implemented more social distancing and shutdown

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Navalny's allies call for major protest across Russia

Lifestyles Unlimited

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Navalny's allies call for major protest across Russia

"Leader Alexei Navalny is calling for a day of massive protests across the country. Navalny, who remains behind bars, is asking supporters to sign up on an interactive map and once 500,000 people agree to take part a date for the event will be set. Navalny was jailed in January after returning to Russia from Germany, where he was treated for five months after being poisoned with a nerve agent. Navalny blames the Russian government for that poisoning, but the Kremlin denies any involvement. She was

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Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:11 min | 7 months ago

Federal Paycheck Protection Program Preserves 500 000 Jobs in Seattle Area

"So did the Seattle Times and the Foster Garvey law firm other local companies received under $10. We're talking about two beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program or from Cuomo's. Corwin, Take Pee. Pee Pee, designed to bolster companies and prevent mass layoffs has pumped as much as $11 billion into King Pierce and Snohomish County's since the program began. According to the P P p database, 86 companies in the three counties received loans in the 5 to $10 million range, preserving half a million jobs. Some of the loans, though, seemed to bear no relationship to jobs. The database claims of $5 million plus loan to it's a quad based evergreen restaurant group preserved 500 jobs. But it also says a similar loan to Seattle based co Imagine Health preserved zero jobs. Meanwhile, hundreds of businesses received P P p payments of under $150,000 most of them well under that amount, for example, and every beauty salon received $229 an amount the database claims preserved One job Corwin Hague Co. Moh news SOMEONE news time 604 and coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, seeking

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Explaining Biden's Tax Plan

Gil Gross

02:39 min | 7 months ago

Explaining Biden's Tax Plan

"Biden administration agenda. He has several tax proposals, and so there will be increases on income tax, especially for the those making over the middle income range all the way up to the high income earners. He is going to do away with pretax contributions to 41 case. It looks like And make you report all of that on your 10 40 tax return, And then he's going to give you a credit for people making more than the average American that is going to cost you tax because the tax credit is not going to be the same amount that you would have had. Had you been able to this put in the pre tax dollars in the higher tax brackets, Okay? The capital gain. Tax rates are gonna double and he's going to do away with the step up in basis on long term capital gains. That would mean if you inherited a million dollar rental property that your folks bought 30 years ago for 250,000. And it doubled the 500,000 and 15 years and that 500,000 doubled to a million and another 15 years and you inherited and you sell it for a million won under the trump tax. Cuts, you would only have to pay 20% in federal capital gain tax on 100,000 What you sold it for over above what it was worth when you inherited it. Now there is still a surtax for Obamacare. What is it 2.8% of whatever on then you have many states will charge a capital gain tax rate to so many people pay more like 28%, or 30% in capital gains rates between the federal and state. Well. Biden wants to increase that upto ordinary income rates of 39.6% from 20%. So that's almost double. But you do away with the step up in basis. That means if you inherited that million dollar rental property from your folks You're gonna have to pay tax on the entire gain. And at 40%, you're gonna pay 400,000 instead of 20,000 and tax. So these are the things that are taking place and also the estate tax. He's going to take that from about 40% of toe 67% and probably lower the threshold when you start paying that tax. Heaven forbid he doesn't take it down all the way to the million where Hillary Clinton wanted to take it back down to, But many states will tax you on what you leave behind as an inheritance on every dollar over a million bucks, Okay? So folks taxes will likely be going up to cover a lot of these various initiatives that Joe Biden wants to implement. So this is where

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Yelp data shows almost half a million new businesses opened during the pandemic

Bob Sirott

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Yelp data shows almost half a million new businesses opened during the pandemic

"Yelp report shows that nearly 500,000 new businesses have opened in the U. S. Since the cove it 19 pandemic was declared. That's down on Lee 15% compared to the year before the data shows 15% of the new entities were food related businesses. Yelp official Justin Norman says the numbers are promising, adding that businesses hit hard will start to bounce back. As vaccinations accelerate and relief money starts to land in bank accounts.

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Yelp data shows almost half a million new businesses opened during the pandemic

Bloomberg Law

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Yelp data shows almost half a million new businesses opened during the pandemic

"Taylor was booked overnight and released on bond. A new Yelp report shows that nearly 500,000 new businesses have opened in the U. S. Since the covert 19 pandemic was declared mad. Madison has more. That's only down 15% compared to the full year prior. The data shows 15% of the new entities were food related businesses. Yup. Official Justin Norman says the numbers are promising, adding that businesses hit hard will start to bounce back as vaccinations accelerate and relief money starts hitting bank accounts. The Corona virus was declared a

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Some Scientists Question W.H.O. Inquiry Into the Coronavirus Pandemic’s Origins

Bloomberg Businessweek

05:06 min | 8 months ago

Some Scientists Question W.H.O. Inquiry Into the Coronavirus Pandemic’s Origins

"About the recent commission that was looking into the origin of covert 19 over in China. Specifically, Jamie, you know one thing I want to ask you do you could see that there's a real possibility that we Are ultimately never going to get Maybe the data and information from the Wuhan lab that will ultimately maybe tell us whether or not it was a lab accident or whether it was truly Transmission from bats and animals. Yeah. No, I think that's quite likely and Anyone who's been paying close attention that China has engaged in a massive cover up over the last year, they immediately started destroying samples, eliminating or moving access to records. Imprisoning journalists and others asking questions, and they established a universal gag order not allow any of their scientists to speak publicly will write anything about the origins of the of the pandemic. And so the question is not is China engaged in an active car up to try to office Kate? The issue of the origins of the pandemic is should we play along? And that's why In open letter, but we've said that the world community needs to articulate what castigation looks like. We'll kind of access to records, samples and personnel. We need in order to find where called it comes from nights. I think it's almost it's very, very clear to that question is answerable thing. China is going to sell. Jeez, sorry about that. We've been in each in this cover up are bad here, is it but Let's set the standard and tells them tell the world I will not help and that's on them. And we shouldn't start with the compromise. If it is ultimately case that China is covering stuff and again, you know We? We don't know what this this juncture on day two be fair, But I do wonder Is this just not though? Potentially, You know another indication, Jamie, you'd have talked about this a lot, the complicated relationship that is the world with China. To be quite honest going forward, and so you know. Companies. Major companies want to be involved in China, and they're willing to maybe look the other way government's willing to look the other way. If there are, you know policies that they're uncomfortable with on this is just how it is. I mean, that's that is partly right. You mean China is a very big, very important country. There are areas where really need t collaborate Actively China even whether we like it or not. The betterment of the world. But my view do on this. And Eric, you and I have discussed over the carol is that you have to have standard right own behavior. In those interact can't be lowest common denominator relationships. It has to be. Oh, well. Here's the standard of what we believe and when so many people are dying. I'm a terrible enough believe totally of will pandemic. We have to be able to add very least the tough questions where this comes from, for all of our good, including the good of the people, China right exactly. But you also know, too, that it's kind of have been an interesting political global political world where China has also pointed the finger at the United States to say, you know, what are you doing to your people? You know what I mean? It's just kind of an interesting time here. It's true and they're not wrong in every ace. I mean, they're all kinds of terrible things. And whatever the origin of the pandemic, there is a reason why Nine people have died of covert 19 in Taiwan, and we're over 500,000 here in the United States. That's not the origin. It's the In many ways they're significantly The response our government, so there's a lot of fingers to point, including it ourselves, but we should just we need to be honest. When pointing in all directions. Hey, listen, we just have about 40 seconds left her. Do you think at this point to maybe a key conversation is to have is to identify other high risk lab research. That's being done on pathogens so that we just in case we make sure where aware of this and just got about 40 seconds. Yeah, absolutely. It's Cove. It comes from an accidental Lavely, which I think is most likely origin. But your listeners can go to the guy. Jamie Metzl dot com site, read the evidence and judge for themselves. I mean, maybe we have a bigger lab safety problem than we thought we had and then let's look carefully for is now looking to build another level for Virology Institute. In a high since it is the high throughput city next to that is an international travel. We need to be asking tough questions. Pandemic can't have to ask the tough questions. Are we going to ask? That's why we like talking with you because you're always asking the tough questions. Hey, Jamie. Nice to check in with you be well. Jamie Metzl, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and former National Security Council official founder and chair of the global movement, one shared world which you confined. Online are you're

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Brady rookie card sells for record $1.32 million

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Brady rookie card sells for record $1.32 million

"Million yesterday. The card was great and then ate with a 10 grading on the signature purchased by known card collector, noted Tom Brady fan. The 1.3 million price tag is believed to be the highest price paid. For a football card, eclipsing the previous record of nearly 500,000 card in the marketplace last year for Patrick Mahomes, sold for 861,000. But now Tom Brady has passed him up. That's your look at sports. I'm Steve Land. Why would home tell your

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"500,000" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:18 min | 9 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"500,000 by February. 20th President Biden says he's planning on buying Mork overt vaccine to try and meet demand amid growing complaints about vaccine shortages. The Biden administration this week announcing that states would see a 16% boost in doses next week, But for some, that won't be enough. President by Didn't going further to announce a purchase of 200 million more doses of the Fizer and Madonna vaccines all in order to vaccinate 300 million Americans by this summer, at one point, even suggesting that his vaccination goal could rise to 1.5 million shots a day. Asia. Hasni reporting. The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nationwide terrorism threat, the bulletin, saying there's a heightened threat across the U. S that will persist over the coming weeks. There's no specific, credible plot. But there was information, suggesting extremists who are mad about the presidential transition could inside violence. Meanwhile, one of President Trump's top deputies has been banned from Twitter. Peter Navarro says it's censorship against conservatives. Meanwhile, the head of Facebook says he's trying to Turn down the heat on political discord, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reveals during a call to investors. The company will reduce the amount of political content user see in their feed and stop recommending they joined civic or political groups. Facebook continues to face accusations its sensors conservatives and isn't doing enough to curb misinformation. Sucker, Berg says. There's a trend across society that a lot of things have become politicized and politics have had a way of creeping into everything, Adding. A lot of the feedback we see from our community is that people don't want that in their experience. Kristen Goodwin, Fox News president Biden's executive orders on climate change have angered Florida Senators. With Rick Scott and Marco Rubio say they're a step too far. I'm very concerned about the policies because they sound like a checklist of all the dreams of the radical left and that are being put in place by executive order. I'm precedent over 35 at last count in less than a week. Rubio claims the rules will cost jobs. Court documents show that the leader of the far right extremist group, the Proud Boys worked undercover for the city of Miami Police Department Back in 2013 transcripts reveal that 36 year old Henry Enrique Terrio worked as an informant after he was arrested on fraud charges. Former U. S. Attorney Kendall Coffey says If you're in the proud boys, you're pretty nervous. Because if this person was working as a confidential informant, almost like An undercover agent or a secret agent for law enforcement. You wonder what is it that he could be saying about us? Some day, Two days before the right at the Capitol Building. Terrio was arrested in Washington for vandalizing a black Lives matter Banner at a historic black church last December. It may not be the most popular cereal, but its fans are freaking out that it's disappeared from the shelves. Serial fans are complaining breakfast time. Good great knots have gone the way of Clorox wipes and toilet paper before they began to reappear during the pandemic Post confirms they're trying to work through supply constraints and higher demand. Spokeswoman tells USA Today they have no plans to discontinue the 120 year old cereal. Ah, third party salary on walmart dot com Listed a £4 box for $110. Are also overpriced listings on Amazon and eBay. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News, The Buccaneers say they found their Lucky Jersey combination, the team announced it will wear white shirts and pewter pants for the Super Bowl. That's the same road combo Tampa Bay War in their last two playoff wins the team tweeted It's time to make it three in a row. It's 6, 35 and news radio. W F L A Whether it's that had been taken probably 7 800 mg of opioids a day, which is insane Amount. David is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids. Eventually, my whole life began to unravel. I realized that I needed help and in recovery, I found my purpose. Addiction is a disease of isolation and loneliness. There is a way out..

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"500,000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"500,000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Lundy doesn't head 7 35 head there. Mitchell will join us running in a special election. The Virginia House of delegates. You wanna hear that as well. 805 Gordon Shang talks to us about China. In the ways we could be interacting with the Communist Party, their various intern in a 35. We're joined by the lead attorney on a on a case involving churches. And in Nevada and how they just can't be treated worse than casinos. Simple standard I'm been Stalin is with Mary Walter. These judges, complicating things, what's wrong with them? Hey, Vince, You want to go to a party? I would love to When committee that again. Yeah. Wouldn't it be great to be able to go to a party s O the inaugural committee for Joe Biden. They're setting up the plans for the big gala because you know, there's usually party after party and there's the president. The first lady and the vice president and the first man go to you know all these different parties and they dance and remember on the air. They change dresses and Melania Trump Italy's beautiful dresses from one event to the other, Um, there Having that? That's what we usually do. But in the age of covert, how are you going to do that? Because we have to be responsible, right? We have to lock down. So how we're going to do that in a Jiff Cove it they're still gonna have the party. You're just not gonna be able to go to it. Could you please still pay to go? It's gonna be awesome. That's that. That's the line that they're walking on the upside. If you don't have a party to actually physically go to you can't get beaten up outside and have things thrown on you. Liquids and everything thrown on you when you're going into or out of the event, like the left did to trump supporters when they were attending inaugural ball. Remember how that was the beginning of how they were going to treat us for the next four years? Wow, this all sounds like a great deal. So how much would have set me back? Well, hold on. Don't rush ahead of Tell him a story here, Okay, They're offering four packages to donors. All right, if you would like to donate to the inaugural committee, because apparently they make a lot of money. These days, Trump's inaugural committee raised $90 million in 2016. It was a record Biden had excuse me. Barack Obama's committee and 2013 raise 44 million and 53 in 2000 nine's. We raised a lot lesson and the second time around. So there are four packages from which to choose. Venture me. You might want to get me one for Christmas. Get my checkbook out. All right for a for corporations and individuals have different rates. Corporations have to pony up a million dollars, okay, or a mere 500,000 for an individual. To be listed as a chair on the inaugural committee. Now you might be asking yourself. Okay, well, 500,000. That sounds a little steep. What does that 500,000 get me? Well, thank you for asking you. The package includes an invitation to virtual events with the president elect and the vice president elect and their spouses Now you think? Well, that's not a lot. Don't stop yet. You also get a virtual signed photo. Hmm. What? I don't even know what a virtual slang photo is, By the way, we're calling him second gentleman, By the way, I guess what they're probably going to do is sign the photos while you're watching them sign the photos and then they'll send them to you. A virtual signed photo. I have no idea how they're coming. This I hope this is not like an E card. You don't mean virtual like they signed a photo. Then they hold it up to the camera. And I say, Imagine if you were holding this You get preferred viewing for virtual inauguration. I'm pretty sure it's going to be televised. I don't know what preferred viewing is, but maybe you could see the teleprompter to I don't know, but you have to pay Dr to pay half a million dollars to Steve Inauguration. Is that what you're selling? There will be events, sponsorship opportunities, What That means you can pay even more money to sponsor different events. That's an opportunity you get for half a million dollars V. I P participation in a virtual concert. Okay? You will get four V I P tickets to future if to a future in person event date to be determined VIPs exclusive merchandise to get swagger, get a swag bag, And I guess they'll mail to you on a virtual briefing with the co chairs and leadership and former campaign leadership Now as a vice chair and individual contributions a mere 250,000 organ for a corporation 500,000 you get an invitation to the virtual to Ah to a virtual event with the vice President elect and second gentleman elect virtual signed photo with.

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"500,000" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on AP News

"500,000 new black owned businesses. Trump has also promised a $200 prescription card for 33 million Medicare and Rolley's. Government officials say key details of the president's election year plan have not been worked out, including when the cards would be available. Coup would be eligible and how the government will pay the estimated $7 billion for the program. His office says. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and his wife have tested positive for the Corona virus. North from showing no symptoms. His wife only mild symptoms. The two plan to isolate for the next 10 days while working remotely. I'm to McGuire AP News Lawyers for the family, including Juanita Baker's say they have seen the evidence. They have questions for the Kentucky attorney General Daniel Cameron, the grandeur on the grand jury. If your office make that decision here and weigh the bottle Desire the right to know who is it that we need to say? Get it round. The note was read by Briana Taylor's mother, saying Cameron had the power to do the right thing. He had the power to help me in over 400 years of oppression. What he helped me realize is that it will always be us against Governor Andy Bashir is also calling for the attorney general to release what evidence in the Taylor case. He can I'm Ed Donahue. Her family is demanding the release of transcripts from the grand jury hearings that led to no charges against police officers in Louisville, Kentucky, involved in the death of Briana Taylor. Lawyers for the family, including Juanita Baker's say they have seen the evidence they have questions for the Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron. Get this off the grandeur on the grand jury. If your office made that decision and weigh the bottle that desire the right to know who is it that we need to say? Get it round a note was read by Briana Taylor's mother, saying Cameron had the power to do the right thing. He had the power. To help men over 400 years of oppression. What he helped me realize is that it will always be us against Governor Andy Bashir is also calling for the attorney general to release what evidence in the Taylor case. He can I'm Ed Donahue. AP.

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"500,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Breaking 500,000 Fox News. I'm Mary course study. That's the new number of deaths worldwide reported today by the World Health Organization, another tragic milestone with about one in four of those deaths. More than 125,000 reported in the U. S. Florida beaches are closing again to avoid further spread of the virus. You have Being the positivity rate increase from the May stand by for 5% to now 12%. Florida Governor Rhonda Santis plus Texas has also had to reverse some of its re openings. We know now there's scientific evidence that mass both keep you from infecting others, but may also partially protect you from getting infected. I think that's a new discovery and a new finding, and it's very encouraging to Texans to know that you can protect one another doctor, Debra Birks of the White House, Corona. Task Force team pleading for everyone in Texas to wear a mask. Over just the past few weeks, the daily number of cases have gone from an average of about 2002 more than 5000 per day. At the same time, hospitalizations have increased from about 2000 per day to more than 5000 per day and the positivity write that Just one month ago was at 4.27% is now well over 13%. Texas Governor Greg at it and in the original epicenter of the outbreak in the United States. New York is now seeing record low numbers by Governor Andrew Cuomo told host Chuck Todd on NBC's Meet the Press. That doesn't mean his concerns have been eliminated. We had today five deaths five deaths is the lowest number we have had since this started, Chuck, we're in the exact opposite end. We have less than 800 people in hospitals. How does that number go up two ways lack of compliance? And second, I'm now afraid of the spread coming from other states. America is listening to Fox News.

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"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

Travel Genius

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

"And the jets team to will. She's team four. I get the two wheels. I was always with you but when you have to lean and pull onto ills in your suitcase ways like seventy five pounds and you've got walk two miles through an airport. That really sucks. There's no way around it. But if it's on four wheels you just it lik immediately the just like removes thirty pounds. Does it feels like to my body anyway. It's it's like. I can push two of them at the same time but carry on's are little they're light and two wheels is great because you can just like whip that thing around. It's all good. I don't need more wills than two on. i'm just a little heftier than new. i think. That's what it is. I mean i will go with that. Go through the this case seats your body style and you'll be fine him on out also you. You travel as a musician. You travel every which way you travel on. Planes traveled gauze you travel in trains. Tell us about how much you love. Solo road tripping. And where should we travel. Take to win your footsteps. Well i just love my favorite thing to do on my own is to get in my car and drive around america anywhere in love it. I'm the southwest is incredible. It depends on the time of year. I don't like being very hot. So i would avoid it during the hot months but I just love being on the highway. I'd love perspective. Eileen on forty west where it's just me an all the truckers and nobody else for straight line. Yeah put a hundred miles an hour. And it's there's no cops and there's no it's just so brilliant and freeing and there's nothing out there is is it meditative for you. What's the what's the glory. I think it must be you know. I have a lot of ideas in the car. Come up with a lot of things for songs and you know art ideas and just problems in my life in general problem solving when i'm driving there's a such a i don't know moving that fast. She just does something really good to my head so i like i like driving when i don't have to stop anything and i can go for like nine hours without needing to take a break so i really really like it. I'm giving you a point. Because i've done that drive on forty west like a bunch of times and i've found that i tend to find it quite torturous in fact because there is literally nowhere to stop even if you just need a break. There's no literally no where to stop. And i feel like you've just made me see it in a whole new way. Well you know what it's nice to do when you're not you're not on a timeframe you're not trying to get anywhere by a certain time you know. It always sucks home. You're like oh. I just wanna be the already. That's different but when you're just going it doesn't matter you know it's great it's a really great feeling and one that is so rare in life to have that we just like look. I can just do whatever i want. This is the ultimate the ultimate. It's all about the journey not the destination joy road tripping on your own is underrated that road trips. Always feel you get people to pile on the car. And it's an adventure. And this something wonderfully independence and meditative about being in a car. In fact when my when i was born i was born california and my parents moved the whole family to miami when i was like three years old and my dad drove with all of our stuff. This was before the era of even cd's rate and he drove with a voice recorder a tape recorder and he narrated over a series of who. How many cassettes all the things that he says. He crisscrossed america. And then my this. But i do that. That's you buy. So maybe there's some to this and now on buyer need to record everything whether it's useful or not just. This is kind of funny. I recently found. I was doing An audio book. But it's hardly it's more of a just a sound sculpture thing for my book karma so i started reading all this stuff and i was like well. Reading is just boring reading out loud his boring so it started turning into this whole other kind of art piece but i found all of these. Old cassettes cassette recordings from my car. From when i was like eighteen nineteen and they were fun. I think we should. I think we have. I think that is alison. We want to let you get to your next road trip. But if people want to find you on social media following what. You're doing follow where you going. Where can they find you. My instagram is a moss. Hart that's it that's how you.

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"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

Travel Genius

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

"By all indications twenty. Twenty one is going to be a record year for middle market. Mna there's pent up demand. There are ample cash reserves and many economic uncertainty seem to be behind us now in a newly released article key bank capital markets explores the many factors that are driving this unprecedented volume the outlook for as strong find out. Why read the key bank capital markets article at key dot com slash emanate insights. Tell us alison you. Also love baraka. Is this sort of alka. Seltzer orange thing which will start getting hangovers. It keep you rehydrated. It'll be but you also sometimes mix it with you. Make a book. I like spring bronco. And i have a hangover. But one of the ways to sort of you know. Have fun and cure that as well as to mix two kilo with bracha syria getting your vitamins your hangover cure and your Cocktail at the same time multitasking. It tastes really good to would you ever do a green vibrant. No okay about how. I know something about that just turns my stomach thinking about it. I don't know. I need like clear. It's got be clear it can't be you know. Green vibrance isn't i would not call it a clear Liquid when you mix it. It's you can't see through that. So no i would encourage folks. I always pick up. A joe blow to barack you can buy in the states now in certain drugstores but i pick up a load of baraka in boots in london every time. I go back. Because i'm requested to bring it so i'm like a rock mule people and they're heavy. They're not like i know they're heavy heavy. Oh really well. You can unpack them and take one or chit will tweet a picture of baroque of within the then you can see. I'll bring my heard of it. But i have never tried it now. I'm going to have to try it. It's disc it is clearly so you okay kind've continuing on your liquids and food and packing everything because this is a theme that apparently we can discuss our. You have a coffee and wine thing. That actually has nothing to do with coffee and wine. And i'm kind of obsessed with that. Yeah so i like. I like to paint backstage. I like to paint when. I'm traveling and in hotel rooms and stuff. It's sort of very good for my head to be doing that and Sometimes i don't have paint or sometimes i'm at a restaurant or sometimes a backstage. I don't have paint But i always have coffee and wine red wine and it's it's really an incredible substitute for paint. They have so much pigmentation and Some of my favorite paintings. I've ever had an in art shows of mine have just been totally just coffee and wine paintings. Yeah that's really really cool. Because i love the idea that you finish your coffee and a french cafe. You're inspired and with whatever the drexel you can paint so fine. Where did you come up with this idea. I don't know i've been doing it since i was a kid. You know sitting in a diner or something. Your coffee gets cold and then you stick your finger in it and then you're like drawing on the napkin or that like the place mat or something and if you have a black ink pen you're really really going because once you mix that with water to just got all sorts of things happening as do. Do you have a collection coffee and wine paintings on cocktail napkins from airplanes. No i am not inspired to paint on airplanes. I'm i'm pretty furious. And i wanna get off. That's kind of a shame to me. I would challenge you to try to find inspiration on an airplane and then show what you come up with elbow room. I don't like people sitting next to me. In general and i don't have enough elbow room and i can't sort of like i don't wanna talk about it either. Someone sees me doing it. And they're like what are you making. I i'm not. I don't wanna i don't do too much conversation. I like to really get on. the plane. put my headphones on and watch six movies. That i've never seen and never would see ever in my life and to do that and just make the time. Go and cry. Do you cry when you watch sometimes. Isn't that so weird. That some weird science. I don't know what that is. You get so emotional on a plane drew. Even the happiest movies are so sad. Y so i want to arrest you from this reverie alison. i wanna. I wanna to talk about another kind of ought and the souvenir that you always get visit this something really lovely about turning around something. Many season travelers might sneer. At what do you do. Yeah well. I love taking photographs like proper thirty five millimeter film film photographs and a camera and i traveled a lot of film and a lot of little point and shoot cameras and i take pictures everywhere. I go and then when i get home i mail all the film away and you know it's wonderful because i kind of by the time i get home. I can hardly remember where. I've been. Because i've been like fifty or sixty places and And then a few weeks later. I get all the film back in. It's like it's a complete surprise you would never know. I can't believe. I was with that person or i was at that bar or i did this or i saw that. And it's really really nice. It's such a great surprising and i. I have a fear that. If i didn't do that i wouldn't remember how the things that i did. So it's great it's great. That's the best souvenir it's better than buying a postcard or you know anything like that that you look at it and go Another names on here. But i don't really know what that is. You go shooting with a smartphone. Now i do it a little bit. But i really early on when i i was a blackberry person for really longtime i love blackberry i could type thousand miles an hour and then i got an iphone and i was like well. I guess it's okay. I mean. I have a camera now. That's kinda cool. And then i noticed really quickly that i never cared about any of the pictures i took. I never looked at them. began certainly never got them printed and they just for some reason. Don't seem real or safe to me. Like i will definitely use them and And it there's just no point so so you got two things here. I saw one. I have a baby at home. And so i'm guilty of taking a bagilia literally jillian photos. Every single day. I found and i've recently started sending them out to get printed. I just used shudder flyer my local pharmacy. Or whatever i. I don't know if you probably use something a little bit better. If you're i mail very curious to know how they come out like what they look like. The shouldirefi wants don't always print to size the way that i would like like. Sometimes they get cropped off in funny ways but large. I'm pretty happy. And i'm happy to have you know a handful of weirdly cropped images than none at all i like having the tangible one you do me a favor and just set one of those prints in the sun and see what happens in years. I'm curious to know if they are like on photo paper. Like.

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Travel Genius

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

"Been welcome to travel genius. We're so happy to have you. Thank you very much for having me alison. We have a little rule. I'm sure you've heard and previous episodes nikki. Ding the bell. That is the sound of a genius moment. That's the sound of success. Okay when you give us a particularly brilliant tip. Nikki will ding her bell and then at the end of the episode. We will tally your school. We i thought there's no pressure here now. This is a game now now. It's a game whether you feel pressure is up to you but we have had our fair share of highly competitive people the again all right when we say no pressure were were winking at one. Another here you know. i can't all right. We'll we'll dive in because we know that you've got a lot of fun stuff right up your sleeve Tell is first and foremost about the thing that you always pack that you never leave home without. And that is one hundred percent. Rockstar approved for waking up feeling super groupie Well i mean. I always bring just to keep myself alive. Is that what you mean. Groovy is just to basically survive. I always bring green vibrance. Which is a screens powder and put it in like soy milk. Gerber juice or water. Something and drink that and you know if i have to go through like a whole day or two days or something where i don't get to have normal food at normal times new normal life I just drink that. And that's good. And then i feel like at least i might not feel great but my insides and everything else and i just imagined that i'm healthy. So what is it must be. It's like tons and tons of different greens and spirulina in vitamins and all your vitamins and minerals everything. It's everything in tiny little like sack tastes. Gross it just doesn't gross. It tastes so good to me. And you what is powder and you just kinda mix it with water and you shake it up and you're done exactly what you do yeah But i really like. I mean if i'm so lucky to have a blender a vitamix than it's really really good to put that in with like half a frozen banana on some ice and Ooh you know so we just ran no but then it just tastes like ice cream and kind of has like a sort of vanilla e kind of flavor. I don't know. I swear to your doesn't taste bad people. Look at my drink go. That looks really disgusting. And then i make them taste it and then they're really they're into it. We miss that. They're into it. After having such a you know giving me so much so yeah. We just ran a story about the secrets of lax the airport and so we have this columnist. The kind of goes under cover in these awesome hospitality jobs. I mean i don't know how awesome it is to be a tsa employees. But he did it and one of the things that he was laughing about was the number of little vitamix type lenders. The little bullet ones that people try to their suitcases when they're leaving from. Lax was it. You funny what are they trying to take that in their carry on little blades motorized blade people are sometimes no. I'm not an idiot at all. I would never do that but you don't. You don't carry on right your check luggage kinda gal. I checked luggage. I carry on. I take as much stuff as i can possibly carry everything i love this. Get your maximalist when it comes to packing. Yeah absolutely i wanted to secrets. Why because i i don't like not having what i want and i think it's really boring to have to go buy everything i know. It's like available but half of it isn't and it just makes me happy to know when you live out of a suitcase forever and you travel three hundred days a year when you're touring you bring everything because you're moving constantly and you're busy and it's so awesome to have everything there. I mean. open up one suitcase. And it's basically like a painting studio inside and a recording studio all my stuff. And i like my stuff. I don't want your stuff. I don't want random stuff. I'm my style. I think you'll making a point that people who travel full-time like you have will empathize with that. There's almost there's a sort of hierarchy of people who only do carry on and somehow they can survive that minimally and you know what when you were s people are boring and to your point. There are also consumerist. They don't mind shopping constantly in every single city that they get you the most boring things you know like. I don't wanna do that. I really want to get to somewhere and get going with my life. I that's it and they give you a point here. I think there's a really interesting Counter thought here that like mark was saying it really runs against the grain of a lot of the advice that we get. I think people get fed up impatient about waiting at the luggage carousel but at the end of the day. If you can really settle into a place and feel yourself and feel one with your environment faster than this is totally worth while strategy especially for someone like you that literally lives out of a suitcase. Yeah i don't mind waiting for my bag. So do do you pack the blender. Then i don't have any kind of like cooking supplies. Except for the giants. I'll leave it to like to have a blender or not have a blender. It's okay i can just put the stuff in a bottle and shake it. I don't need i don't need any crazy gear. It's all right. I have a friend who who travels with a waffle maker and that makes me laugh so much. Is this thing yet. we're going on a trip together. And she's like alison. Should i bring the waffle maker stink. No no don't under what were down signs. There's gonna be waffles again like we can find a place that'll mix so you know. I do pack everything. But i'm not that bad. I don't pack the waffle. You draw the line at the waffle iron. I think you've been on with you on that. Okay look you know what. I'm also with you on allison tell. The world about baraka. British listeners of million listeners will already know but informed save everyone else from the next hangover. They might get with baraka. Well i think everyone in england and australia already knows about barack. Oh because it's quite a thing. But when i moved to london when i was twenty i went to my doctor. My doctor said look. You need to drink one of these. You need to dissolve one of these orange discs in water every day. Drink it and you'll never get sick and He's kind of been right. 'cause i've been doing it pretty much since then for a long time. It's been way too long to mention And i really don't get sick. I i rarely get sick. It doesn't work hundred percent of the time but it is again like a multivitamin in a drink. You see how. I like to drink my vitamins. I'ma no flare so quick. I'm sorry. I think there's a hidden benefit here that we're not discussing. Which is that when. I travel my best habit for staying healthy at home. Goes out the window. And that is chugging water. Oh god yes yeah. I got one summer i was in israel and i got clinically dehydrated. Meaning i ended up literally confined to a bed for two weeks. Really i mean pretty much. I was out of friends of friends grandparents house. Nothing i was in forty degree celsius plus heat everyday and drinking a strip water. It wasn't even a reversal to business. Living my life. And i didn't realize the damage that you know just happened by virtue.

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"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

Travel Genius

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

"Before we start this week. All you a little weepy. Nikki i another also them a little weepy. But i am a little sad i will say. Why are you me mark. It's the last time that we're going to be in the studio for season two and quite honestly we've just had so much fun. I don't want it to end me. And i'm sure every listener doesn't want it to end so i'm just going to say to them. Don't worry it's not going to and you won't have to wait so long for season. Three to pop up feeds we promise. Please keep checking those feeds. Yes because season three is already on our schedules. We are full steam ahead with it and we will be back on line by early summer. We promise you early summit does feel like a long way away nikki. If you'll to faraway mar. I mean so far well. How about this for faraway. Why don't we talk about base virgin galactic announced that it'll be sending its first customers space next year after so many years of hyping this up and it's going to cost what two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per ticket. I must admit. I think people who already gone and just not talked about it. It's been going on silo. This has been the never ending story literally but okay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per ticket a quarter of a million dollars. You don't get a hotel suite. You gotta spacesuit and it's this was kind of the story of a few months ago it's being designed by under armor it's got all of these different considerations built into it. You got a whole lot of training the ultimate bragging rights as soon as you book your ticket. Of course we have no idea. Who's going but rumored astronauts and waiting include. Theoretically angelina jolie. Tom hanks and yes victoria. Principal aka pam from the original series of dallas. How is she one of the first passengers. Good for her good for her is right. Those dallas residuals must be pretty pretty good. Who would have thought well. These people currently have pretty good company in real life travelers. Like you and i according to the app trip scout which is a really good travel community by the way. It's a fun one. They've pulled several thousand members to see what people think about going to space. And it's a mixed bag but there is surprisingly positive feedback. So what what did they say. Because i'm i'm really on the fence. I know i don't have the desire brazenly eighty four percent of the polls travelers at least registered an interest in visiting space. All right but there was a caveat. They said they don't wanna be pioneers. They don't wanna be on the first wife. Eighty two percent of travelers said. They would only go once they felt. It was safe enough and meaning once virgin. Galactic hit a thousand flights that was their critical thresholds. Twenty nine thousand nine. Who knows right. Twenty three percent. Were okay with at once. Richard branson himself went up and came back safely. Which was you know a different threshold for safety. I don't know what do you think mark. I'm totally with the eighty. Two percents. yeah i do. This is one of those moments where. I don't want to be an early adopter now. I'm very happy not to be the center. I stream space but also to stay alive. I personally have no real desire to go through the physical experience of getting there as much as it must be truly powerful and worlds changing earth changing mind or whatever you want to say about it all of the things. I i don't want to do it. But i think it's because i think we're all chomped by richard branson. He's a charismatic leader. But peop- people have been in quite severely injured in the trials. It has not been without its problems and human costs. And i think the blue sky nuts of it is wonderful but i don't think we should be too naive. About how complicated. Space technologies have been space disasters for reason. Lorries really really. I think you're hitting on an important point. And maybe maybe this is exactly why. I don't want to do it. I was born the year that the challenger exploded not to date myself. But you know these things stick with is and and we can't ignore them in the face of what would otherwise be very interesting vacation if you can call it that. Do you think it's interesting. Though branson very much has stolen the funder or the oxygen of space race because he's such a berlin marketer he really is he is he. You could learn anything from him. But he's not the only billionaire touring with space travel. Well you have to be a billionaire to toy with space travel right but you're right. There are two others elon. Musk of course. jeff bezos. So why don't you talk through some of the things that they've got just picturing someone with a big white cat stroke. I have a billionaire interested. In austin powers style evil would be living would run one of these companies may have even anyway spacex elon. Musk's company was founded in two thousand two. Which is like forever ago at this point and it's been launching rockets since two thousand eight. It was the first private company to fire rocket into space. But of course it's launched more than a hundred and it's still kind of working towards this goal even after those hundred launches right. I mean it's it it. It says that it's beer fall. Which i won't. I won't explain what those acronyms stunned full given moss but the b f. Aw apparently will head into space in twenty twenty three and it's does have a very high profile passenger who is one of the yusaku. Mayes is one of the richest men in japan and he has just stepped down from running his fashion retail company in order to be part of this project. He's forgot his enormous gap like empire to train with ealing musk's company. This is crazy so during a recent press conference he actually said that one of his main reasons for doing all of this was because he knew that he needed a few years to train for a voyage. That will apparently happen. Twenty twenty three if all goes to plan and so he's literally spending the next three to four years going through the physical process of preparing for space travel. I mean who's got time for that if it's a vacation rutten bearing for it. The buff est billionaire in america. Jeff bezos who also has a space exploration company. He's a school blue origin. Its first space. Craft is called new shepherd which is named after alan shepard the first american to go into space. This all sounds very romantic. Of course they've only used crash dummies so far. So let's let's knicks the romance right there but twenty seems set to be the year where they actually send human human passengers on quote unquote. John's into space. I'll believe it when i say it. I think it is fascinating that all three of these companies are founded and the pet projects of very big ego billionaires. Jeff bezos elon. Musk richard branson are all such personalities and it shows you what sort of ultimate goal space must represent. It feels very testosterone infused. You're saying no one hundred percent is it's this desire to plant the flag on the moon. Right there were so many foreign things. I'm sure we can go into well instead of doing that. I think we should. I think we should keep our guest for this episode. High think is adventures enough that she would probably get on that role. She might do it and she could have a really big ego like all of these other billionaires dudes but she really doesn't and that's my favorite thing about her she takes. The title of most traveled traveled genius of because she's a traveling musician she's member of the kills with jamie hens as well as the dead where the supergroup with jack white's and she logs just wait for this. It makes my eyes wards. Think about it. Five hundred thousand miles in the air each year. Of course. We're talking about allison moss. Hart and she's more than just a musician just maas. Art is a prolific artist. Author and her latest project is a multimedia book that focuses on another one of her passions cars. It's called karma karma karma.

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Travel Genius

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"500,000" Discussed on Travel Genius

"Galactic announced that it'll be sending its first customers space next year after so many years of hyping this up and it's going to cost what two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per ticket. I must admit. I think people who already gone and just not talked about it. It's been going on silo. This has been the never ending story literally but okay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per ticket a quarter of a million dollars. You don't get a hotel suite. You gotta spacesuit and it's this was kind of the story of a few months ago it's being designed by under armor it's got all of these different considerations built into it. You got a whole lot of training the ultimate bragging rights as soon as you book your ticket. Of course we have no idea. Who's going but rumored astronauts and waiting include. Theoretically angelina jolie. Tom hanks and yes victoria. Principal aka pam from the original series of dallas. How is she one of the first passengers. Good for her good for her is right. Those dallas residuals must be pretty pretty good. Who would have thought well. These people currently have pretty good company in real life travelers. Like you and i according to the app trip scout which is a really good travel community by the way. It's a fun one. They've pulled several thousand members to see what people think about going to space. And it's a mixed bag but there is surprisingly positive feedback. So what what did they say. Because i'm i'm really on the fence. I know i don't have the desire brazenly eighty four percent of the polls travelers at least registered an interest in visiting space. All right but there was a caveat. They said they don't wanna be pioneers. They don't wanna be on the first wife. Eighty two percent of travelers said. They would only go once they felt. It was safe enough and meaning once virgin. Galactic hit a thousand flights that was their critical thresholds. Twenty nine thousand nine. Who knows right. Twenty three percent. Were okay with at once. Richard branson himself went up and came back safely. Which was you know a different threshold for safety. I don't know what do you think mark. I'm totally with the eighty. Two percents. yeah i do. This is one of those moments where. I don't want to be an early adopter now. I'm very happy not to be the center. I stream space but also to stay alive.

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