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"55 hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Um, But there's research showing after about 55 hours of work a week. You're you're actually not any more productive like it kind of tops out there. Um, And I was thinking like 55 hours a week. What is that? That's eight hours a day, seven days a week. That's 55 hours. He's advocating. 80 Does does a culture that orbits around hard work is the best and you are the best. If you do, it doesn't change because of like one year of a pandemic. Probably not. And that's maybe my pessimistic hat coming back on, you know. Joke that I've gone from being a happiness expert to an unhappiness expert. But I think that we have We have a long way to go. I mean, I look at health care, for example, notorious for burnout. There's a legacy of burnout, and it also attracts. You know those who have high perfectionist concerns there. People that are really driven and it starts in grade school. You're already looking at what college you're going to get into, and then how we're going to get into a specific type of, you know, med school that's going to get you into that job that you want. That's very specific, so it's already That culture is driven really early on, and then you have technology. Um, the tech industry where you have those Elon musk that are still saying you have to keep working at this level. But there are cracks. People like we're looking at Jack Dorsey where we're like that's Bs, and he's calling it. He's saying Elon Musk is full of crap because it's not actually True, So I think what's happening is these groups these are the people that are leading the charge on this are actually burning out themselves, and this year has really taught them. There's been this shift, and I keep hearing it from leaders talking about how there's been more of a flattening of hierarchy because when they went through it as a parent juggling They were stuck at home because all different levels had to go through the exact same thing. It created a collective trauma, but it also created collective empathy. And so there's been more of it being experienced themselves where now they can address it more seriously, but it's a long Road to to take legacy and then you also see, for example in health care. Right now I see doctors and nurses again with the the massive heat and climate change and all of these reasons why they're back in these catastrophic events. It's like one catastrophic event to another that they they can't even pull themselves away. And we're seeing shortages in that industry already. We can't even pull them out of the hospitals out of practitioner in or care, and they can't get time themselves to rest. So as we see our world sort of shifting in this way that is shifting unless we start to get preventative. It's going to be impossible to give this certain industries a break right? Well and one of the other questions swirling around if we come back to the office, and I have this debate with people, sometimes is you see in research that people who are in charge of offices want employees to be physically there because then, like managers can walk around. They can see if people are doing things they can just check in. The people who work under them, though, don't often want to be back in. So one of the questions is by power of magnetism. Do people come back in overtime? Because, you know, obviously you have a contingent of folks who do want to come back in, and I've talked to some of those people they start coming back in other people are like, well, gee, these people are getting noticed by the boss. Maybe they're getting promoted. Then they start coming in. And and soon enough you are back to where you were. So I just wonder if for jobs that yes. Maybe technically can be done off site remotely, is there Nevertheless, this magnetic pull that even though you think things are going to be completely different In the end, it's really just all the same. Well, absolutely were seeing some organizations just saying digital first entirely in their shuttering offices, so there won't be the same opportunity to go back to work. But there's others that have started to backtrack a bit, You know, go back to Jack Dorsey. But Twitter was going to be fully remote forever. And now they've sort of what wound that back a bit..
"55 hours" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"It's the latest fallout from the forest landing of a passenger jet to arrest the dissident journalist. The Transportation Department says the order would bar airlines from selling tickets for travel between the two countries with possible exceptions for humanitarian or national security reasons. There are no direct passenger flights between the U. S and Belarus Jeremy House reports. The move follows the May 23rd diversion of a Ryanair flight from Athens to Vilnius, Lithuania. So authorities could arrest journalist Roman Protestant, Uh, Rita ceviche after the plane landed in minks. Philippine military says 45 People were killed after C 1 30 carrying combat troops crashed while trying to land 49 soldiers survived. Five more remain unaccounted for breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. One Virginia school district is all in on critical race theory Do the unbilled documents from Virginia's Loudon County Public schools show the district paid more than $34,000 for 55 hours of CRT coaching last year? And slides contrasting white individualism with cutter group collectivism. The documents were obtained through a freedom of information request from allowed and parent who said quote What we're seeing here is making assumptions about everybody and their life situation based on race. Patrick, False reporting fireworks were accidentally detonated as they were being set up for an independence they show in Ocean City, Maryland Sunday, leaving several employees of the fireworks company with minor injuries. They declined to be taken to the hospital. Meanwhile, and meanwhile, uh no Beecher patrons were injured. The city later announced that.
"55 hours" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"District in Virginia is all in now when it comes to the critical race theory, Patrick Foss as details of the unveiled documents from Virginia's Loudon County Public schools show, the district paid more than $34,000 for 55 hours of CRT coaching last year. And slides contrasting white individualism with Qatar Group collectivism. Documents were obtained through a freedom of information request from allowed in parent who said quote what we're seeing here is making assumptions about everybody and their life situation based on race. Patrick, False Reporting Nations Top spellers meeting this week to see just who is the best competitors in the scripts National SPELLING Bee meeting Thursday night at an ESPN campus in Florida. The field has been cut to 11 spellers during a few weeks of virtual competition. Breaking news and analysis town hall dot com. Chicago on the verge of having a fully elected school board for the first time after decades of organizing by parents, activists and unions. A proposal awaits Governor J. B. Pritzker's signature to phase out a seven member board of mayor all appointees for an elected panel. Triple the size by 2027. With the shift. Chicago with the student population of some 350,000, along with an $8 billion budget would join most American cities and having an elected board. Rhonda Rockstar reporting. With a federal eviction moratorium extended through July, the focus has turned to getting rental assistance out to millions of tenants. Nearly 47 billion has been approved by Congress. But the money has been very slow to reach tenants in a number of states, partly due to rules of the federal and state levels that have created a confusing application process. More on the stories of town hall dot com. Frontal system approaches. Middle part of the week ahead of that is going to get hot Tuesday and we'll see.
"55 hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Signs fire in California's Eldorado County. According to Cal fire, the blaze is burning off King Bale and wild Crist roads. The blazes charred about 15 acres as of yesterday. More roadway closures are in store for Sacramento drivers this weekend. Caltrans public information officer Angela de Prado says lanes will be closed for repaving on Ch I five from the 50 interchange to just passed Centerville Road for 55 hours, performing a partial closure this weekend going to beginning nine PM Friday. June. 25th through five A.m. Monday June 28. Caltrans encourages drivers to avoid the construction zones. But if you're in the area, make sure to slow down a bicyclist is dead after colliding with a car, Hayward police say a 55 year old was riding his bike to work last Wednesday when he crashed into the car. The driver left the scene and herd was rushed to the hospital, but later died. That's a quick look at the latest news. I'm Jodi Guerrero from the I Heart radio newsroom. Sacramental traffic in north Highlands north beyond 80, the Madison Avenue off ramp, watch out for disabled car blocking the slow lane and as a reminder, Caltrans has closed southbound five in Sacramento through five AM tomorrow morning. Five is closed from Centerville Road to the 25th Avenue under crossing at Riverside Boulevard. Also the Centerville on an off ramp, said Zhong. Five will be closed Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center. I'm Laurie Sanders News. 93.1 KFBK Now Sacramento weather Hot and sunny end to the weekend for today will see highs of 93 to 97 clear today Lows that far from 60 with sunshine tomorrow and Tuesday as 96 to 100 tomorrow.
"55 hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"93.1 kfbk. California's power grid operator is urging residents to conserve electricity as a heat wave blankets much of the West California independent system operators asking people to produce their usage during peak hours between five and 10 p.m. to avoid possible power failures. The reconstruction of the central Sandra fell off ramp from North bound highway 11 will soon have a new link configuration. Caltrans says the bridge deck replacement project were reduced to three lane off ramp down to two lanes for about a month. Beginning Monday. Plaster County sheriff's investigators say the wreckage of an airplane found along the bottom of false um Lake is from a 1986 crash. Sea floor systems found the plane's wreckage about 160 ft below the surface while testing sonar equipment last week. That was a quick Look at the latest news. I'm Roel Balon from the I. Heart radio newsroom Now Sacramento traffic partial closure of CH I five is in effect now through five a.m. On Monday, the east and westbound 50 connector ramps to sat down by five are closed. Also reduced lanes between highway 50 and Centerville Road on I five in the W Street and P Street on ramp. Southbound five are closed. Caltrans is also advising us There will be another project coming up next weekend with a 55 hours. Closure on southbound five as paving work continues not seeing what you're seeing. Call the KFBK Traffic Tip line. Enter pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Earlier this morning. Clear lows between 63 67 Blazing sunshine Today hot highs between 101 104 clear tonight Low 60 to 64.
"55 hours" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Officially a Jacksonville Jaguar. The team announced that they've signed the former court quarterback. Turn minor league baseball player. He is expected to play a tight end. He's 33 his rejoining his former Gators coach, Urban Meyer, who's now the coach of the Jags. Yeah. You gotta imagine that if it hadn't been for urban Meyer It probably would have come together. Absolute. It is just an awesome story of that sticks. If that works, I will be among those rooting for him. All right? So Working hard. It's something that I think most of us do. Or have done If you're in this audience, I don't think you're most likely a slug So the thing is, you know, we had the W H O They came out recently with their study, right? And it said, Hey, You put in over 55 hours per week. You're at an elevated risk of premature death. And and if you're in that camp, where You regularly work like that. What do you love to feel? Just like great. So I guess I've got that to look forward to as well. They're a couple of things, you know, First just t O that hit me in this. This deal in the first is It does make sense. Whatever the number is For somebody. We all reach our breaking point, right? I'm we all reach a point where it's too much, and it's unhealthy. But, you know, ubiquitous 55 probably isn't the best guidance either. If you think about it, I mean, just think about you. 20 years ago, 30 years ago. I know that 20 plus years ago. I could do things that I there No way I could pull off today. It was in radio, full time line of business and in college. Literally only allocated four hours in a day to sleeping, and that same is saying I was sleeping that entire time made that work there. No way. There's no way I can tell you that if I only got four hours of the night, I wouldn't make it past Wednesday in a week. We? We just You know, As things change, things changes we get older. What do you do with all this? Well, the one thing that I like to try to figure out is to be constructed because not like you want to give up your dreams. So like you suddenly want to, or if you're a business owner, you want to give up your business. So what is that? They could take a look at and one thing that I've tried to do and you know, we're very levels of success error over time. Play to my strengths. Right. I know what I'm good at. I know where I'm not. All that effective and I really try to spend time working. Where are most productive? And I've studied this quite a bit. And actually, Gallup has a swell if you go back. To a to a study the gallop it up just over three years ago. They found that people who really focus Working at their strengths. Are 8% more productive overall. Now, one hand here 8% value that that doesn't really Seem all that great. Don't you think of it this way. Let's say that you did work 55 hours in a week. At 8% productivity. Saves you over four hours saved Hooray for four hours and weak so they don't look at it This way. Let's say the Earth 60 hours in your average week. That 8% going to get you down five hours like that. You just turn your 60 hour work week in the 55 by becoming more efficient because you're focusing on what you're good at, rather than trying to compensate for weaknesses. Where possible, trying to find people that can help complement those weaknesses. The best path forward. Also, there's incentive for businesses to do this, too. So the number one expense Businesses that is most preventable its turnover. And employees who feel that they're able to focus on their strengths of work. 15% less likely to leave makes sense You'd be less frustrated, right? Spend more time doing what you prefer to be doing. And what you're good at doing makes sense. They're not gonna want to leave right? So anyway. You get from the businesses standpoint. You have 15% lower turnover and 8% more productivity is kind of a no brainer. When you take a look at it in that context. And I may be coming out the pandemic and everything with people thinking about things different differently. You know, this is something that can come into play. So the one thing I don't think is helpful. The wh ose recommendation. I mean, leave it to the W H o. They actually did put out a few different recommendations. You know their top recommendation was Governments can introduce, implement and enforce laws. Regulations and policies that ban mandatory overtime and that ensure maximum limits on working time. So naturally, the World Health Organization Went with government mandates that would prevent you from working beyond 55 hours in a week. Not exactly the American ideals at work, so I prefer the more constructive path of trying to simply be more productive. Right now. The third takeaway I have for you today and this one. I think it's just kind of cool because of how far we've come in a month. So a month ago today Was the absolute peak that we hit in Florida during the spring. New coronavirus, Kate cases giving idea Month ago. Today we were averaging a shade under 6800 new covert cases today. We're now down to 3000. Four weeks, one.
"55 hours" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I hope you you and your wife, Ricky are doing well. Morning. All is well happy to say great. Great. So, Bill, Here's something that really, really really bothers me. I've lived in the West Village for 25 years I've seen the gay pride parade all these years wending its way through the village. I watched the police look out for people I have never ever in the 25 years. See the police do anything. But look after the people marching in the parade I've seen, you know, gay people, all kinds of different dresses, you know, running up, giving the police a hug the police hugging them back. And now the officials of the gay pride parade. They want to ban the police department. I mean, I just find it outrageous. So rages. It's shameful. It's disappointing. We can. I have proudly marched in that parade when I was police commissioner. I want us in Los Angeles. Same thing we probably much in the very, very large gay pride parades there. 1976. I was appointed as the first liaison to the gay community in the Boston Police Department. The next year, we created the first hate crimes unit. In the country to investigate, Among other things, crimes committed against gays. Law enforcement has been moving in a direction to protect in defend that community. For decades. In addition, in that parade, you would have noticed hundreds upon hundreds off New York police officers, corrections officers, firefighters proudly marching in that parade in uniform. Being well received by the hundreds of thousands of people who attend the parade. So the idea that a small minority of leadership in that community is upsetting the growth over the last 50 years is outrageous. Initially, the populace participated year after year in the Stonewall celebration that began the gay pride movement. I participated in that event several years myself was commissioner. So the action is outrageous as we're trying to bring police and community together and who was the gay community going to have to go to to have defense against those who would basically attack them? The police. So why do you want to attack the police, particularly gay police officers, men, women who are proud of being gay and being New York City police officers, firefighters. Understand number of the unions and are boycotting that event, which they should tell outrageous. Bill. You have quite a resume when it comes to gay rights that can I ask you just about my sister Pat is gay Heard apart. They were going the first couples to be married in Massachusetts when that was basically, uh, legalized number years ago. Both of them working for the post office with victims of anti gay activities directed against them. So I have personal experiences with the idea of of hate and effectively. This is a small minority of the leadership. Which fell. Why taking this? Well, why are they doing this? Who knows in the sense of stupid, stupid, stupid move, and I would hope that many of the sports is of that event, corporate sponsors of the city agencies. Basically let their voices be heard in many respects. This repeats the issue of the ST Patrick's freight with for years, the Irish would not let gay Irish march in that parade. In the city. Politicians refused to march in that parade because of it. Let's see what will happen now with US people political leadership if they refused to march in the parade with people that work with them for them. Tonight. Access to that parade and those events shameful. I got to say, Bill I was. You know our mayor, your former boss, Mayor de Blasio. He said he was, I guess disappointed, but I didn't really get a sense of real outrage in his voice. He should boycott that parade. Well, they should be asking all these mayoral candidates. What would see a perspective on this. This this idea of discrimination against gay police officers, officers who effectively Out there to protect every citizen, gay or otherwise, and who proud of being gay and proud of being the actually police officers of firefighters. It's uh again. You can't make this stuff up Bill the other story on the table. That's that's really biggest subway crime, and that the they're going to send another 250 policemen underground. And that will have the biggest force underground in 25 years is that is that the answer? Send more police there. No, it's not because what they're doing is the additional 250 of going in there piecemeal couple of hours overtime here and there, which is important because one of the big issues that has impacted subway crime has been the cut in the police overtime budget by the mayor of the City Council, a significant cut that police departments need overtime to make up the loss of thousands of offices that this department has suffered. So when I was commissioner of police chief of Subway police in 1990, I had 3800 offices. That one is highest 4100. We emerged that department in the city police in 1995, a Giuliani. And the force was reduced significantly because basically all the administrators other detectives instead of a recent large department. But that force was down to about 2200 offices. 476 stations 300 so much strange when I get any given time 700 turnstile arrays. You're not enough cops down there and as a city population is being encouraged to return to work on the subways. If you don't flood the zone if you don't flood those stations and trains With police and give them some tools to work with us. The other thing they don't prosecute. Fair Betas don't prosecute disorderly behavior. I don't prosecute anything anymore that the subways are going to continue to be the lead story on the news every set every night. Mm. Hey, Bill Before we run, Are you up? Are you optimistic about the return of New York or when it comes back, or we faced with kind of now in trench crime That's going to take a long time to it to get under control it. It's going to take awhile the changes over the last two years between the corner virus issues as well as the foolishness of the criminal justice reform. Efforts well intended efforts that have screwed things up to a fairly well, We need criminal justice reform. But we need thoughtful criminal justice before him. We need collaborative criminal justice reform. We have not had that. I don't anticipate seeing that. Going forward into the future, So the recovery in New York is going to take years. It's not gonna be summer. It's not gonna be this year. It's going to be years and the crime issue is I don't see any significant Changed in the charm aside shootings or the subway crime unless they get serious about funding the police not de funding them in the City Council, the budget hearing just last week. Still talking about making hundreds of millions of dollars out of the police budget. Insanity. She's all right. Bill Bratton, former NYPD commissioner. Always great having you on the show, Bill. Thanks a lot of great stuff. Okay. All right up next. We're gonna remember the terrific actor Charles Grodin. Len and I both had the pleasure of spending some time with him. Great guy. One of the funniest people I've ever met. Charles Grodin has died at age 86..
"55 hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And strokes. This is, according to a brand new United Nations study. Report by the UN's World Health Organization and International Labor Organization is published in Environment International Journal. It is the first global analysis of the risks to life and health associated with working long hours. You're about to hear from Frank beggar. He is a technical officer of the World Health Organization. He says many of us have been working longer hours during the pandemic. When countries go international lock down the numbers of hours work increased by about 10%. We also have coming about through the economic crisis and people working home. We have a digitization by that sort of message. Increasing digitization of work and digitization of work might actually make it harder to disconnect. So who saw that coming? We stay at home, and he says we're working 10% more. It's like for some people. They feel like they're working all the time. Like they never leave work. We can't leave. Wait. They can't leave. Yeah, Workers always sitting They're in the office or on the kitchen table. So this study concluded that working 55 hours or more per week was associated with an estimated 35% increase in the risk of suffering a stroke. 17% rise in the risk of dying from heart disease. Compared to working just 35 to 40 hours a week and the gender that is most susceptible, most vulnerable, its highest among men, not women. So there's another recent study, which goes right along those longings. It shows that working more than 40 hours a week will increase hypertension or high blood pressure. Here's Dr George Thomas of the Cleveland Clinic. This is from ABC four in Utah. The study looked specifically at mass type attention, and they found that you know, even if the blood pressures were normal in a relaxed environment in a controlled environment in the work situation if they were working longer hours It was a 70% higher risk for having mass type attention. Okay, so just think about those numbers for a second. I know this confirms what most of us most of us have known anecdotally, but a 70% increase in high blood pressure if you worked those extra overtime hours. And then you're looking at a 35% increase of stroke 17% increase in dying from a heart disease if you're working 55 hours a week. Those numbers are pretty significant, and I was a little bit startled by how big they were. I wonder if it changes if it's like something you like to do versus something that you just consider drudgery and that you don't like That's a really good point. You know, there are people who love their jobs so much. It's just consumes them, right, You know, And maybe they don't have the stress that those folks who are his work is play for them or fun for them. Whatever. No, I think there's a delineation to make their that's very good point. I didn't really think about that. But nonetheless, this is a brand new you and study and it was. It was a globe. They wanted to see what the pandemic was doing to our are not only our work patterns and habits, but how it's impacting us for them. They're they're gonna be so many studies. I mean for decades, we're going to be learning things about what this pandemic has done to our health. Our our work life, our relationships, all of it profound change in cultures across the globe, just working from home alone. That's not going to change. No, no. All right, let's get outside and check traffic..
"55 hours" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I think the myth of Royal serial killer is His biggest, It is is because Chief of police of the 11th largest police department in the country. Is a suspect. E can't say it right now. Because if I say it on the wind up dead, do you want to start with How this entire thing started. It was a sex party. If you're not knowledgeable about Suffolk County, do you think it's a happens? It's not. It's the Amityville Horror. One night, Some woman came screaming out of there and was running with no shoes on. Woeful news breaking news, traffic and weather depth perspective. A news 93.1 kfbk. I know what out of music station but, man, I just want to keep this one gallon and going Little example for your Monday night that Wall show news 93.1 kfbk. It's a pat free a pat light. Sands, Pat Pat Walsh show tonight With BC sitting in and I Thank you for joining in tonight. Listening wherever you are. You can listen anywhere on the I heart radio app. And we appreciate you doing just that toll free 808 34 15 30 If you like to join the show, or 916921 15 30 show, you know, especially when we were younger. I haven't heard this a long time. But when I was younger, you know, you see her hard work never hurt anybody. Yeah. Hard work. Never killed anybody. And you'd like to think that's true on and you know, I mean, obviously, when people say that they don't mean it literally, they just mean it is You know, uh, motivation for work ethic, But it seems that hard work or at least working long hours is killing people. And this shocked me, killing people to the tune of hundreds of thousands a year. No, it's not the actually actual work that's doing it. Let's just just get that straight, but stroke and heart disease are major major causes of death all across the globe, according to the World Health Organization. And they're they're noticing a connection between long working hours and stroke and heart disease because people are not getting the proper amount of rest that they should in the global analysis of the link between loss of life and health and working long hours World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization estimated and they go back a ways with this. With this study. By the way, they estimate that into 2016. Some 740,000 people died is real result of having worked at least 55 hours. A week. That is a long word that's along. I mean, the typical work week here in our country 40 hours. So if you're doing 55 hours, you're you're topping that by by by 15 hours, a major A major amount there. I think it often depends on what you do, but it doesn't always have to be physical, does it? It could be. It could be that that that mental strain that gets people stressed out in that in that that leads to it as well. The tests were done between people people between the ages. 45 74. You might want to guess it that men were the worst effected accounting for 72% of the deaths related to the extra work stress. People living in the western Pacific Southeast Asia, Middle aged or older workers took on particularly significant share of the disease burden, the report said. The journal found that death from heart disease linked with working long hours, uh, increased your odds of the heart disease by 42% and stroked by 19%. That is Very significant amount, And I do mean to take this to a serious tone. When I say this that we all need to, you know, what's the old saying? Check yourself before you wreck yourself. But I mean, really do it. If you're working that hard and working that many hours sometimes you really have to assess and you gotta figure it out. Yeah, The boss wants me there or yeah, the demands of the job say that I've got to be there. I've got to be doing it or Or Yeah, I'm just not making ends meet. I've got to put in the extra hours. I've got to get that ot. But it comes at what cost And I think the better health that were in the younger. We are sure we conflicts with that a little bit. We could take it a little bit easier, but You certainly don't want to flex with it too much. We've got it. We've got to stay healthy. So keep that in mind now. I don't think that means you go put in your two weeks notice today. It's a forget it. I'm not working. I've done I I can't. It's dangerous. It's too dangerous for me to work. I gotta I got to take that time off. I can't be doing that. So, uh, um You know, I'm not. I'm not saying go to that extreme but but We do need Tonto really give ourselves a constant evaluation. I guess of that that work life balance, and it truly can be a balance between work and literally life. So keep that in mind. I also mentioned that the dangers of radio, you know, I always have this saying that it doesn't matter how bad I screw up in this job and I've had my share I may have. I may have shared some of those stories in the past about S some of the things I've done in my Gosh, I guess it's about a If I do in the math I think there's about a 32. I think I'm on your 32 of my radio career, and I've done my share of I've done my share of screwing up. Geron's here nodding at me, But I've done the forget the mikes on and you know, maybe blurred out a word that the FCC would not approve of. I did that 1 50,000. Watts, but I was in Alaska. So so you know, there's like, three people who heard that and there are no laws in Alaska. Basically, they live lawless and rule this up their true Yeah, I've been there one time, and you just do things differently. In Alaska, don't you? It's kind of an anything goes attitude up there for for for most things. Yes, I not to sidebar too much. But my one trip to Alaska. I rented a car, but not through Hertz or Avis or budget or any of those that did it off of Craigslist. And made the arrangement over email. I know this sounds like I'm just such an idiot. And just so right for getting you could've ended up in a tub full of ice with your kidneys missing I could have. Yeah, but the thing was, uh, it was send a check. Uh, and the woman was even out of town. So send the check to Colorado. And I'll tell you where to pick up the car. The keys will be under the gas lid. It'll be parked in a carport. And I said, What the heck? It was such savings that even if even if I got ripped off, it was worth trying, Right? Get out of the airport. Have the uber take us to this unknown address where maybe I was about to unwillingly donate kidneys, But thank you, John for the sidebar here because this is a good foot story possible. Yeah, And Lo and behold there in the carport was the Toyota FJ one. FJ cruiser that that she described and right there under the gas flap was the keys, then had the thing for a week..
"55 hours" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Com. To wear a mask or not to wear a mask. That still seems to be a question. Even after the new CDC guidance last week, the CDC maintains that people who are fully vaccinated can shed their masks, its director, Dr Rochelle Walensky, said on Fox News Sunday. There are still guidelines for those who haven't gotten the vaccine dose. You are not safe. Please go get vaccinated or continue to wear your mask. Doctor. Wolinsky says she trusts that people will be truthful to protect others. The honor system is to be honest with yourself, she says, anywhere from a million and a half to two million people are still getting shots every day. In all, Scott Fox News also knew tonight. Andrea Meza of Mexico has been crowned Miss Universe. Meza, who has a software engineering degree, beat out Miss Brazil at the end of the night, screaming Sunday when the announcer shouted Viva Mexico! Previous winners as a Beanie to Z fit the crown on Mrs Head and waited to make sure it would stay in place says she beamed and took her first walk to the front of the stage Tunes. E, a public relations professional who became the first black woman from South Africa to win the contest had held the title since descent. For 2019. Plus, a new study may inspire you to throttle back at work. Fox. It's algae, and Grasso explains, who says hard work won't kill you. Ah World Health Organization study says long working hours are a killer with hundreds of thousands of deaths linked to them. The W H O says long hours linked to 35% higher stroke risk and that middle aged and older men are more likely to be victims. Study says working 55 hours or more per week, is a serious health hazard and calls it a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the covert 19 pandemic. The study goes on to say that capping hours would be beneficial for employers, since that's been shown to increase worker productivity..
"55 hours" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And conditions, equal housing under license in all 50 states, and unless consumer access that or number 30 30 To wear a mask or not to wear a mask. That still seems to be a question. Even after the new CDC guidance last week, the CDC maintains that people who are fully vaccinated can shed their masks, its director, Dr Rochelle Walensky, said on Fox News Sunday. There are still guidelines for those who haven't gotten the vaccine dose. You are not safe. Please go get vaccinated or continue to wear your mask. Dr. Wilensky says she trusts that people will be truthful to protect Others. The honor system is to be honest with yourself, she says, anywhere from a million and a half to two million people are still getting shots every day. Gurnal Scott Fox News also knew tonight. Andrea Meza of Mexico has been crowned Miss Universe. Meza, who has a software engineering degree, beat out Miss Brazil at the end of the night, screaming Sunday when the announcer shouted Viva Mexico! Previous winners as a Beanie to Z fit the crown on Mrs Head and waited to make sure it would stay in place says she beamed and took Her first walked to the front of the stage Tunes E, a public relations professional who became the first black woman from South Africa to win the contest had held the title since December. 2019. Plus, a new study may inspire you to throttle back at work box of Sal Gee and Grasso explains who says hard work won't kill you. World Health Organization study says long working hours are a killer with hundreds of thousands of deaths linked to them. The W H O says long hours linked to 35% higher stroke risk and that middle aged and older men are more likely to be victims. The study says. Working 55 hours or more per week, is a serious health hazard and calls it a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the covert 19 pandemic. Study goes on to say that capping hours would be beneficial for employers, since that's been shown to increase worker productivity sounds easy ingress. Oh, Fox News. I'm Mary Course, Eddie and this is Fox News..
"55 hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There's been a number of celebrities that have been charged by the FTC for accepting undisclosed payments for crypto currencies and pounding those crypto currencies on their social media accounts. Floyd Mayweather, the famous boxer was one of the one of the people that settled with the SEC about that, um so but as long as you're not accepting payments for that aren't being disclosed, and you're just kind of personally purchasing and selling and Ft's. It's really not a lot of risk to that process. So with your article, Did you do anything? Did you register it or anything? You know what I did is I created a legal article, which I believe is the first legal article to be turned into an N F T. And I used one of the popular sites called Mental. Um, so I took the pdf of the article that I wrote I used lamentable sight to create an nfi from him. And then I listed it for sale on the lamentable sight. And to my surprise about 55 hours after I created it, there was a crypto investor and entrepreneur that had purchased The N F T. Um but it was really a pretty straightforward process. I had a basic understanding of the theory, um and had a wallet already. But once you have the basic covered, it's not a very Difficult process and a lot of people that air you know everyday artists and aren't necessarily tech. People are finding it manageable to create their own and fifties. And so how much did you get it? I get it more just to the learning experience, so I sold it for the grand price of $5. But I think you know in the futures. I think about it. Maybe I'll create another in ft or something else in the legal space. But it was really a great learning experience. And I think I did it all for the help my client some of securities Lawyer. That's that's worked a lot in the crypto space and I part of the reason I did it with the better understand, Um, my clients who are also starting to operate within FPs and creating them, so I thought it'd be nice to be able to learn how to create one myself so that I could talk to clients about it and have a better understanding of what they're going through. Thanks, Bob. That's Robert Heim of Target, Krinsky and Drogon. Coming up. Next. The Supreme Court lets the FCC relax the limits on the ownership.
"55 hours" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"At a South African hospital after shattering her leg in four places in the Congo. Oh, my gosh. You guys listen to what happened to words? She she was in the jungle doing some kind of conservation work, and she tripped over a fallen tree. She broke her leg. She knew what she was breaking her leg when it was breaking. It took 55 hours to get her from the jungle to the hospital to the operating table. It that included our spent biting down on a stick due to the pain, she said she was howling like a wild animal. There was a six hour motorcycle ride. On where she and I guess there was Guy driving and somebody holding her leg in place. Um She almost lost her leg. She probably you know, could have lost her life. It sounds like everything turned out. Okay. But she says, you know, for most people probably would not have had the access that she was given. It makes me wonder couldn't a helicopter in and Have to have a place for the helicopter to land though, you know, Remember I told you that story when we were involved in something in Kenya, where the vehicle in front of us hit someone on a motorcycle? Yes, Yes, they had to drive a couple hours like into the city. Get a police officer and drive him back. So it's just we we think here in American terms. Can't they just get a helicopter? It is so different, especially when you get into the cut. In Africa and you're in the jungle. All bets are off. Could you imagine sitting on the back of a motorcycle holding your broken leg together? Fighting down on a stick as you're bumping. These are paved roads This is doing bumping 00. I just came in. Yikes little because when I broke my leg in, I mean many, many, many years ago, but even being in the house, not the hospital, the ambulance Every tiny bum would set me screaming in pain. So imagine five hours. Poor woman. I don't like a five hour ride if I'm in good health, and we have rest stops. Amen to that light through. She know when I hear people drive five hours to get to their like destination or their cabin, Whatever I'm like. How did you just fly? Yeah. Fine hours. Who wants to be in a car for five hours, man. We were spoiled Well, anyway, so we're wishing her Well, goodness, we have a clip of her talking about Let's hear hear it. I just want to hear if she has stopped crying yet because it sounds so awful. Yeah. I am in an ICU trauma unit in beautiful South Africa, which is taking me in. From the Congo, a country I deeply love, which is not unfortunately equipped to deal with Massive catastrophic injuries like I have had, and in that sense You know, I'm just a regular, normal Congo least person who had a really bad accident and the difference between Congo, least person and me is disaster insurance that allowed me 55. Hours after my accident to get to an operating table in South Africa. She's Louise. Oh, my God. What? She was like running full speed in the jungle. I'm trying to imagine where this fallen tree. I know, But she said her. Didn't she say her stride was pretty good. Like was this just a walk or she like jogging through and it hits her mid thigh. Does it hit her down on the Shin? Did she tumbled down The hill? Yeah. Yeah, I don't know. She says. Okay. Um, they were what's what's BONHAM Bos? Gonna bones. Those air monkeys. Okay, so they were up early. In the morning looking for them. They have a really weird long nose. I think So I doubt she was running because you probably don't want to make a lot of noise. When you said I had a very powerful stride going You know what that means? Oh, and as I was breaking my leg, I knew it was being broken. That is not that's giving me goose bumps in a bad way. Yeah. Hauser's Yeah. They're not the long nose monkey. Sorry, huh? Oh, they're not cool. Look like chimps. Mm hmm. Really? So she's doing conservation work with these monkeys. Hey, guess, boy, I mean for her. That was impressive. It really is. And had we not Had had this accident not happened. We very likely would have never heard that she was there doing it. Good reminder. People are often doing good things without broadcasting it to the world, right? You know? Yeah. They're really cute. Oh, they're super cute. A monkey's by the well done if you like. Monkeys, Disney. Plus have you watched the chimpanzee documentary yet? No Disney nature. It's called chimpanzee. It's like an hour and 10 minutes or something like that. I'll be watching it today. Very cute scenes of this baby monkey growing up in this monkey family. Really cute. By the way, Just an update on George, this is this is the monkey that we follow on instead of, you know where to find his wish list. Oh, it's on his instagram. It is. I can't find it any. Maybe they took it down. Did you see all the gifts that he got on Friday? He doesn't get gifts. I think they might be overwhelmed. I bet they but they do a lot of donating. Of gifts that he knows ripping open stuff like he knows where to find the food. He's trying. It's funny, cause he'll smell it. If it's something he doesn't know like priest, right, Kale, and he's like just kind of toss that aside. It's so funny like he's just like Oh, my God on it. Just use your monkey content. Yes, Yes, Um Wow. Oh, yeah. He doesn't need us to send him a gift. I don't Yeah, it would be lost in the shuffle anyway, but isn't the point of us sending him a gift trying to make the page to get our radio station mentioned? He sent a dog. Smart toy to them last looks like that's the last video. I'm seeing. You know those dogs smart things where they have with their nose lift up. The blockade so that they can find the treat. That's underneath it like a puzzle. Yeah. Okay. Sure. Yes. Yes, Yes. So he got one of those and is just having at it, lifting these things up to tell you what the great differentiator Is opposable thumbs. It really is because he's there on their feet to Yeah, that's so cool. And by the way, the guy in the video is not his owner. Oh, he's not. No, he's just his friends because there's a You know, Of course, I took a deep dive and this go ahead. Don't know but because there's a video of him coming home to his mom and dad, and it's so sweet if you've ever seen, like animals be reunited with their their handlers, So he's just a friend. Okay, So in the fax section, that's Oh, there's um It's he He answers, he says, like, um Well, how did you get George and the he talks about? That he does. Yeah, well, there's a video got in 30 years ago. There's a there's a video that shows his mom and dad his sister. And then it says Best friend is the guy in the video he's listed his best friend's guy said This thing would be An absolute nightmare to live with. Yes, absolutely. This thing you know, when your dog gets the zoom is this thing as the zoom is all the time? Oh, my lord. A toddler cocaine? Yes, yes. This thing is Psycho. I think. Yes, well, he's got he's got a cage too. Good luck catching him to get him in there. Hey, Georgie. He's on top of the drawers and the cabinets in the kitchen before he's tearing into packages Right now, I can't believe that it's legal to own a monkey in this country. Yeah, it just doesn't sound depends on which state you're in. Really? Just go to a monkey store. Where do you get the most insane? How easy it is to own exotic animals. I'm never bean I'm against it. Beaver had a monkey. Remember that? Yeah. Remember, beware, Smokey, I think if you are a trained and.
Police Arrest Roxbury, Boston, Man Twice In Three Days For Stabbings
"He's arrested Roxbury man twice in just Three days charged into separate stabbings. On Wednesday, Transit police of the MPT a Nubian square station say they found a man stabbed with non life threatening stab wounds. Witnesses pointed to 18 year old sire I. Ala Jones as a suspect. Police say they located a knife and after a struggle with Iowa Jones, he was arrested and booked then, just about 55. Hours later on late Friday, I Ala Jones was accused of stabbing another person again at the Nubian Square station. He was charged again and faces multiple charges. Now both victims. They are expected to recover one of them, though, had to undergo emergency surgery.
Sneak peek: New documentary "The Beatles: Get Back"
"Bit of that Beatles documentary. We're talking about music documentaries, and I'm kind of getting into watching a lot of these music documentaries. I don't know why I'm just a little Jack. I'm on But The much anticipated music documentary is a documentary Syriza about the Beatles, and there's a lot of great footage of them in sessions and studio sessions and interviews. From what I understand Here's looking. We're getting a sneak peek at a highly anticipated new Beatles documentary set for release next summer. You're do isn't man thought he was a loner buddy doing? Yeah. Beatles? Yeah, being treated by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson. It's a true fly on the wall experience, And it uses some of the roughly 55 hours of previously unreleased studio footage from the 1969 get back and let it be sessions. The movie paints a very positive picture of the band's time together much different. What we saw in the 1970 British documentary, Let it be Doctor also features the fact for his iconic 42 minutes. Look proper performance, which has never been shown and it's Yeah, this'll is gonna be amazing, because if you watched the old documentary, there was a sense that you were watching the group Frank out, wake up, and that's what they were doing. They were breaking up. So let's take the positivity. How do you think it takes so long to get that video out there just because we've known about it, so I don't know. It's one of the great mysteries, but I couldn't Please don't ask me questions. I don't know the answer to their back A mysteries. Yeah, but I can't wait to see it need two iconic moment never to be recreated. Very pretty Cool
"55 hours" Discussed on KOMO
"Make it a safe place like she said, Safe place for kids again to come play But marrying Coopers and so sure another homeless week would actually make a difference. Several times and listings happens from the Parks Department started putting up notices around being can And that basically says, move the tents or else the city will. This was gonna broken doors has been broken. For a while. Crews were getting ready to make repairs to damage property like the shelter house and also trying to clean up all the graffiti. Even though many people still use the field. Cal Anderson's been officially closed for nearly six months because of the ongoing protests that started this past summer. Since then, it's turned into a flash point for many neighbors and business owners, who say it's attracted crime and filth to the area. That's comes Jonathan show. The latest estimate says there are more than 8000. Most people in Seattle alone and just 2300 shelter beds to go around. Clearing out Cal Anderson would represent one of the first sweeps since the navigation team was dismay it disbanded. There was no electoral surprise in our state yesterday, Joe Biden and Kamila Harris one. Washington's 12 Electoral College votes. The Secretary of state Kim Wyman, presiding over those votes. Here's couples. Michelle s about 12. Electors represent the state's 10 congressional districts and two Senate seats. Good ideas come from every persuasion, the collective will Of covering Washington resident When asked, Wyman said she was very worried that quote unquote baseless allegations about election conduct will continue to undermine the thief of the public in our elections, she emphasized support from Homeland Security and the FBI. These strong relationships enabled us to run an election. Balanced access voter access with strong security measures. There is no shame in losing an election, but there is shame in being sore losers. Michelle Esteban Cuomo News more than 30, Million Americans turn to the Salvation Army in times of need, and a lot of the group's money comes from donations during the holidays. However, because of the pandemic, the organization says it's Red Kettle tradition is going to take a hit this year Last year, Bell ringers collected $126 million, which provided services for the poor and vulnerable. But this year, donations are expected to be cut by half. That's why the Salvation Army has launched rescue Christmas and some artist from Sony Music Nashville are teaming up to rock the Red kettle to help people who are struggling right now, I went from working about 55 hours a week to 32 hours a week, so it was really scary Time for me..
"55 hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is allowing up to 750 family members of the team and staff to watch the game in person. It does suggest assigning seats, so if there is a case of Kobe in the crowd, contacts can easily be traced. Theeighty HS says. This is a bigger crowd that allowed under current guidelines that believes this group has already had some contact with one another. You could read Mohr at jr dot com. Scottsdale has rescinded its mask mandate, but Mayor Jim Lane says he's confident Scottsdale residents will continue to mask up going back to the voluntary one with a plea to people to make sure that they're attending to their personal safety and hygiene as well as consideration of our civic responsibility to other Mayor, Lane says he rolled back the order because Kobe 19 positivity and hospitalization. Rates have been trending down, but Scottsdale is still covered by the Maricopa County Mask mandate. The Navajo Nation has reissued a stay at home order and stricter daily and weekend walk down hours due to new increases in covert 19 case is directly related to travel off the Navajo nation and family gatherings were social distancing in the wearing of facemasks was not enforced. Stay at home order will run through September. 29th order also implements a full 57 our weekend locked down from a PM this Friday until 5 a.m. on Monday. Gatherings of more than five people are strictly prohibited. Can the nationwide the Corona virus is killing more minorities than a zoo? Matter of fact, it's killing minorities at about 1.5 times faster rate than it's killing whites that from Atlantic's covert tracking project, the Mayo Clinic doctor finds they're less likely to work at home because their jobs need them in person, and they have less access to healthcare. For pre existing conditions that could worsen Koven Nineteens impact on now for a check on traffic live from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Aside from Simone going roadwork, it's smooth sailing on valley freeways and surface streets. No crashes reported at this hour. Katie our weather for the valley down to 78 tonight, Back upto 104 tomorrow right now. 91 degrees in Phoenix. Whether brought to you by Howard Air, whether Replace repair call Howard Air. I'm Deborah Dale on errors on his news station, Katie our news. You get a whole lot of great news is happening at Career institute Tuna campus is approved for online classes and respiratory therapy,.
"55 hours" Discussed on KOMO
"A pharmacist will take care of you right away bartels treating washington wealth since eighteen next report three thousand four i'm kierra jordan on komo news thanks so much ticklish komo forecast big story day the win win warning for wider in washington we expect gus who seattlearea in the neighborhood a 55 hours likely to a win will continue to be built initiator tomorrow toned down i will have gust as high as the low of thirty mugged parabola at range more rain which could the had time so we'll have a high moral ground forty subfamily in downtown seattle we have fifty two degrees will safety officials say the government isn't to cape young a to keep unsafe let's drivers off the road they cite a crash last year that killed four people out of the twenty four passengers that were on board and they asleep to try try bus driver was komo news time is three twenty five start a little purple and gold again a programming gbs sinchon your with died sixty seven a recap of a what went wrong against stanford and what to look forward to it utah entailed saturday big dog is double double trouble for husky basketball opponents comas bill schwartz talking dogs powered by elliott they otto brokers noah dickerson new early he could dominate the against eastern washington big man named jason wow up scoring a careerhigh twenty eight points and pulled down a careerbest twenty two rebounds in joaquin to six home win noah nightly got the eagles in foul trouble but connected ten of fourteen free throws an area jazz game he's working on in practice every day of them practically y'all on the loose.
"55 hours" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"About brought them close to the vote tried to compress the chest two super get any water out of amer revive him i shook of a little bit but on a thirty feet of water a little 10foot day there's not much i can do the pilot is in critical condition the passenger was able to swim to safety but also is seriously injured in a crash a woman's body was found in the side of the road in pierce county lake in lake lend hills area today detective ed troyer says the woman was killed elsewhere than dumped where her body was found in auburn prime overnight who vehicle because we all come grainy video arrived at the scene were there for a short period of time and then we saw acquiring and under vehicle quickly so dr more than one person involved in the investigators say the woman appears to be in our 20s are 30s but they've not yet been able to identify her a seattle cop is facing criminal charges accused of taking twenty four thousand dollars in pay for 55 hours of work that he didn't actually work a seattle police department says the issue came to light in august when one of his fellow officers couldn't find him even though he was supposed to be onduty he's now on unpaid administer rate of leave they were worried about the safety of other drivers unfortunately that meant that a stubborn cow that wandered onto i5 did not make it out alive state patrol was flooded with 911 calls about the wandering bovine your grand mound in june one one with wilkerson under emergency i parker to ignore character y kao on the freeway out death it is the company coming down to fight in a row and and it started at dart out into the lane blackout and a half day yellow kcna monitored here recently released dash cam video shows several state troopers trying to catch that cows at hooked its way down the interstate for miles eventually they got a rope around its neck but after dragging the animal to the side of the freeway if collapsed and never got back up the owner of the animals showed up to retrieve the remains and the.