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Rumblings Among Democrats That They're Screwed for 2022 Midterm Elections

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 5 d ago

Rumblings Among Democrats That They're Screwed for 2022 Midterm Elections

"There's some rumblings up on Capitol Hill amongst the Democrats, who are starting to freak out. The rumblings are that they are about to get destroyed in 2022 in the midterms. I mean, lose every string swing district lose pretty much every Senate seat that's competitive, maybe even lose semi competitive Senate seats, and the route could filter down to the Virginia governor's race and elsewhere. Where racist what they thought were solidly democratic that are off your elections. They're not Virginia and New Jersey have off year elections, but they're hearing up on Capitol Hill and this should make you smile. Little bit. No, no, no reason to get complacent. We gotta double down now. But I'm hearing that up on Capitol Hill. The Democrats are in meltdown panic right now because they feel like this could be such a brutal drubbing that it will cascade for years. The damage about to be done to them in the midterms. It's for a lot of reasons. It's not just their peer fear. Porn panic panic Campaign for coronavirus. It's their relentless pursuit of racism with CRT CRT trying to teach your kids to be raised. Just it's it's their open borders crusade infected people piling across the southern border 900% increase over 14 months, no rules whatsoever, spreading them out all over the place. Illegal immigrants all over the United States. It's the crime wave happening in liberal cities. The Democrats are about to get destroyed. They know it. So reason number one. They're turning up the fear porn campaign again to make you scared. Absent any significant data to show you you should be scared they're making it up is because they need to fear porn. Cheat in 2022. Yep, I said it. That's right. They scare you guys in the studio. Okay, there. You ready for that? That's right. Did they want to cheat in 2022? How do they cheat energy the same way they cheat all the time.

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Warriors Reject Sixers’ Steep Asking Price for Ben Simmons

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:55 sec | 6 d ago

Warriors Reject Sixers’ Steep Asking Price for Ben Simmons

"Sixers are asking the Warriors per keep pumping, who covers the sixties for The Philadelphia Inquirer for Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman, the seventh pick in tonight's draft, the 14th pick in tonight's draft. And to future first round picks. So four first round picks. Wiggins and Wiseman. Basically That's six first round picks if you think about it. 7 14 to future. Wiggins was an early first round pick, and James Wiseman was just the second pick in the draft. So if you want to say, because Wiggins played in the league for a little bit hit, and he's kind of been underwhelming. Wise, but at least they're still has that potential. Even after his first season, it's basically Wiggins And five first round picks for Ben Simmons. If I'm the Golden State warriors. I'm glad they said no. And I don't think that price is going to be met for Ben Simmons.

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Patiño Blanks Yanks as Rays Pound Cole, Bullpen in 14-0 Rout

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Patiño Blanks Yanks as Rays Pound Cole, Bullpen in 14-0 Rout

"Louise Pertini out pitch Gerrit Cole in the race exploded for ten runs in the sixth inning of a laugher against the Yankees fourteen nothing between you allowed three hits over six innings striking out eight and walking to call meanwhile was changed in the sixth in charge with a season high eight runs seven earned on six hits over five in the third Brett Phillips launched a grand slam during the big sixth inning innings like that games like that are few and far between throughout the course of the season Salazar you know that's what makes baseball so fun right there baseball's fun as for the grand slam yeah first one of my career feels great Austin meadows homered twice and had five RBIs is Tampa Bay avoided a three game sweep I'm Dave Ferrie

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Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case

Murder In Alliance

02:25 min | Last week

Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case

"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.

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Instructional Design and Teaching, Digital Security, Hardware & Software

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

01:59 min | Last week

Instructional Design and Teaching, Digital Security, Hardware & Software

"Number one is. Id and teaching strategies. There were a number of articles a large number of articles about instructional design in general and teaching strategies generally over the past two weeks. We're which we always mentioned. We're thrilled to see. We love to see that kind of thing so we saw strategies for designing effective training request forms. That's usually in business. Situations Flipped classrooms discussed multiple articles about flipped classrooms Lesson planning with universal design for learning formative assessment for remote teaching the roles of an instructional coach. All of these things were discussed are recommended. Read in this area is planning for fair group. Work by amir suli and susan m brookhart for asc. Once again i apologize. If i mispronouncing any of our authors names. This was a really good read Describing group work and how to organize a group work setting that everybody finds fair and equitable And i think pretty much all of us who are involved in designing any kind of instruction have had some moment where we've had to organize group work and gets get some kind of pushback from people saying you know. Why are we doing this so this is a really good article. I think in terms of just laying out the the wise and the winds in the house for group work number two our number two Trend is slightly different than normal. Normally we would say that one of our big trends over the past. Few years has been digital security and citizenship. This time around it was all digital security. We had a number a number of articles about just security issues. In general for example microsoft announced security enhancements for dynamics three sixty five viva and teams.

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Fulton County Schools to Expand Enrollment in New Virtual Academy

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | Last week

Fulton County Schools to Expand Enrollment in New Virtual Academy

"METRO Atlanta Home prices climbed 14% in May compared to a year ago that slightly below the national average of 16.6%, according to the S and P. J Shiller index prices run higher because of a lack of inventory. There's only about a month supply of available homes for sale in the metro area nationwide. It's built back up to six

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Moderate Drinking Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk

Red Eye Radio

01:04 min | Last week

Moderate Drinking Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk

"Tied to lower risk of heart attack and death in patients with heart disease. The largest benefit. 50% reduction in the risk of heart disease. Compared with nondrinkers was seen in people who drank an average of six g of alcohol per day. How much is six G? Uh, how many bottles is that? A standard unit of alcohol is eight G in the U. K, whereas the average drink in the U. S. Contains 14 G Was that of that of alcohol, I guess. Yeah. Yeah. So People who averaged eight g per day had a 27% lower risk of death from heart attack, stroke or angina. Compared to those who do not did not drink. Those who drank, drank seven g a day had a 21% lower risk of death. Due to any cause. Drinking higher amounts up to an average of 15 g of alcohol a day were linked with smaller reductions in risk.

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Episode 222 Summer Movie Madness pt 2 - burst 14

The Moratorium

01:38 min | Last week

Episode 222 Summer Movie Madness pt 2 - burst 14

"I can't even imagine if you see a guy that looks like george buck flower hanging. Where you're your cheerleader camp immediately. Call the police. Some of his lines he and one line actually says this is in the the stuff for. Imdb i almost wrote it down. But then i saw it was here that judge and the orange skirt because it was a cheerleader camp. They were judging each other. They were trying to you know they were given away trophies and shit will make your pcp harder than a ten pound bag of nickel jaw breakers if you know what i mean. I don't know what that means. Let's just stop the podcast right forever if you wanna look a little deeper okay. Don't know you don't travis mckenna who we just talked about. Because he was jack. And roadhouse as names. Jack they i sure never said his name. He was an ex bodyguard and bouncer. Which makes imperfect for roadhouse but adopted. George buck flower as his uncle. Oh okay wait a minute. Can you do that by the way that makes him on. Google buck flower. If you look at george buck flowers. Imdb it's just bum bum bum wino- bomb homeless man bum. It's

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Washington DC Police Will Patrol on Bikes, Scooters to Engage Community

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last week

Washington DC Police Will Patrol on Bikes, Scooters to Engage Community

"Is deploying a new unit of officers on bikes and scooters with the goal of increasing interaction between police officers and the community. This is something that we've been working on for several weeks. And I'm happy to announce the formation of this new unit. Oh, Moments before the sky opened up over Congress Heights, Southeast D. C. Police chief Robert Conte announced a new community focused patrol unit that will be deployed on bikes and scooters in times where our manpower has decreased almost 215 officers since October 2020 MPD must more effectively used the more limited resources that we have, with the goal of interacting more with the community County says the three squads will be sent to neighborhoods around the clock based on crime data from the previous 14 days. In southeast Megan Cloherty. W T O P News.

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17 New Olympic-Related COVID-19 Cases Reported, Bringing Total to 127

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | Last week

17 New Olympic-Related COVID-19 Cases Reported, Bringing Total to 127

"Of Olympics related covid 19 cases in Japan is now 127. With one athlete added to the tally. German cyclist Simone Gretzky's positive test was announced Friday, one day ahead before the men's road race Athletes account for 14 of the 127 cases in Japan since July, 1st Art Sanders. Come

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

The Newsroom

01:25 min | Last week

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

"People have been arrested in Sydney as thousands of anti lockdown protesters breached Covid 19 restrictions in the center of Australia's biggest city. Demonstrations have also taken place in Melbourne and Brisbane. 14 million Australians are under strict stay at home orders as the authorities struggle to contain a surge in Delta variant. In fact, Our correspondent in Sydney, Phil Mercer told me more about the protests. The New South Wales police minister is a man called David Elliott. And he says that there were 3.5 1000 very selfish. Boof heads on the streets of Sydney today, buff head is an Australian colloquialism. Meaning idiots, and I'm sure that there will be many millions of Australians in lockdown who will agree with those sentiments? Clearly, there is frustration in the community. There is anger. There is uncertainty. There is on fear as well concerned about the slow rates of vaccinations in this country, but most Australians are pretty compliance. Trying to do the right things. So the authorities very concerns about these events in Sydney today and in Melbourne and Brisbane Health officials saying that these large protests in those three Australian cities will put lives at risk.

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56 Shot, 11 Fatally, in Weekend Gun Violence Across Chicago

John Williams

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

56 Shot, 11 Fatally, in Weekend Gun Violence Across Chicago

"In Chicago. The police Department says 56 people were shot 11 killed in 44 different shootings across the city. The official numbers from the police ahead of a news conference later by the police superintendent. WGN's Judy Wang is at police headquarters. Official numbers have not come out yet from the weekend from Chicago police, but it appears that we have surpassed last weekend's numbers. Children are among the weekend victims. Many of them were wounded in a single incident that happened late Saturday night in Austin. Where six people were shot near the same intersection. They were outside a party at Ohio Street and Laverne Avenue, where someone started shooting from a dark colored SUV girls ages. 12, 13, 14 and 15 were shot. A woman and a man were also hit No suspects in custody. That was the second shooting in the Austin neighborhood with multiple victims again. The official numbers just out from the police department this morning. 56 people shot 11 killed And 44 different shootings across this city of Chicago

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6 Shot Outside Party in Austin

The Sinatra Hours

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

6 Shot Outside Party in Austin

"Were shot outside a party in the Austin neighborhood late last night, five of the victims ranging in age from 12 to 19. They were standing in a group on the sidewalk around 11 30 in the 5000 block of West Ohio. Someone in a dark colored SUV drove by and opened fire. 15 14 13 year old were shot at night. 18 year old shot in the back and a 12 year old shot in the hand. They were all taken to the hospital in fair condition. A 25 year old man was also hit in the back side. He has been treated and released.

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Mindful Leadership: What Makes A Mindful Leader With Michelle Maldonado

Tara Brach

02:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Mindful Leadership: What Makes A Mindful Leader With Michelle Maldonado

"What makes them mindful leader. What what was what was it. You're doing so. I didn't go into as much detail with him as i will here because i think that there are there are qualities and we have lots of beautiful people. Like yourself in genesis. Toronto and i mean there's just so many people who speak on this and and do beautiful justice to it when i think about it. You know the first thing. I explained to him as you know how we show up matters and how we respond and treat other people matter and it can't just be focusing on the human doing part because we cannot even though we think we try to tell ourselves we can multitask. We can compartmentalize. We bring all of ourselves to whatever we are doing and that all of ourselves means are traumas are bias sees our our life experiences are joys are passionately. Bring all of it with us and we. We spend a lot of energy trying to manage containing parts of ourselves in these spaces. But i would always give permission for my team to be whoever they were and to feel that it was. They were safe if they made a mistake right. So there's a lot of conversations around psychological safety an Really holding people accountable but not in judgmental ways in conversations. A lotta people say hey you know. How do you have difficult conversations. And the first thing. I say i don't label it. As difficult conversations for sation because words matter and it starts to create a mindset as you enter into the dialogue and so as a mindful leader. You your best supporting yourself and others when you bring those elements into it and then you're also really aware and the way i think about awareness. I call like a mindful awareness. May think about it in context because everything happens in context whether you're sitting on the pillow or you're at a table at the office or on zoom room like we are today. Everything is happening in context in. So i describe it like three concentric circles with ourselves being right in the center the next one being others the third being the surrounding and all of that creating our ecosystems so that wearing awareness that we have has to travel through all those

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Bank of America Struggles With Tepid Loan Income as Consumers Shun Debt

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bank of America Struggles With Tepid Loan Income as Consumers Shun Debt

"As because consumers had plenty of cash from government stimulus programs and avoided taking on new loans, loans and leases in the consumer banking unit fell 12% from last year. Even so, CEO Brian Moynihan told us that he sees organic growth re emerging. While vaccination campaigns are making some progress, the challenges we've been fighting a war on the virus and society, we've we we are winning, but it ebbs and flows and if we can keep the virus under control, I think you're hearing it never raised commentary were set up for a strong growth rate. This year in the aggregate and strong next couple quarters. Economies as big the Fed is in the U. S is very accommodating as central banks around the world and the next year's particularly grow more. Bank of America's trading revenue fell 14% last quarter and in terms of the performance in the markets today B of a was down 2.5%. All right, when we got this slew of economic data from China with GDP, headlining it, and we're likely to see the growth

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‘Red Tourism’ Flourishes in China Ahead of Party Centennial

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

‘Red Tourism’ Flourishes in China Ahead of Party Centennial

"I have a very important tweet today and i will read it to you. See the In his there was based on an article. I read in the new york times. It was about how they celebrate in china. Now that it's now truly back to the cult of mao because it's really the cult of she. The t the two most dangerous people on earth of the ayatollah khamenei and she. These are the these are. This guy is very scary. I'll tell you a little about china in a moment. But here's my tweet. It has two hundred seventy six people who loved it that good. I have no idea. This should have thousands. Because theoretically i have three hundred thousand followers on twitter but i i don't tweet enough. The chinese teach their people that now and other chinese communist monsters who murdered tens of millions are heroes. Meanwhile america teaches. It's people that the heroes who founded the free country in history and liberated tens of millions are monsters house a and that's why china could win. The left is like always is a tool of the monsters of the world. The left-wing monsters of the world to like now is to be a bad human being liking hitler or stalin. Get it or pol pot.

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Democrats: To Mask, or Not to Mask

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Democrats: To Mask, or Not to Mask

"All right. I rarely comment on a photo. But i believe this is the photo of the month. Might be the photo of twenty twenty one at thus far inherit is leased and gentlemen. We've got to put this up. It's precious. It is the democrats in the texas state legislature print. I printed it out in in color. I used almost all the color ink in my printer to put this picture up and the It is of the happy warriors of the democratic senate in texas leaving the states so that no laws can be passed because you need quorums. Two thirds of the members and the re. The biggest reason has nothing to do with politics. Biggest reason i find this to be so important. A photo not one is wearing a mask. If the whole thing's phoney it's been phony from the get-go these people believe in science. Like i believe in. Zeus the us science like they use people. It's all of this. The left uses things. If it's if it's helpful to their power they will use science. They know they will use the scientists that they believe in. Why not wearing masks in in this very confined space of a chartered jet small small relative to ones that they would fly normally from dallas to washington. Dc anybody anybody know why because they know what's a fraud my question of the do leftists know that they're lying is very tough to answer when they say masks necessary and don't wear them. How can you believe that they believe it. Why aren't they wearing masks. It is a farce that you're wearing a mask in an airplane especially given that you don't wear it when you eat see when you eat. The virus is not expel. Its digested

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Summer Mystery: Glacier Ice Worms Rise Again in the Pacific Northwest

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Summer Mystery: Glacier Ice Worms Rise Again in the Pacific Northwest

"We know about the ice worms but we don't know about the ice worms at least most of us don't so we don't appreciate what an exciting time of year this is for researchers like scott hoteling from washington state university. It's time when the weather gets warmer up. They come squirming toward the light from deep within the glaciers on mount rainier billions of tiny skinny wriggling black strings that live in glaciers but died when the temperature drops below freezing but somehow survived for a long time down in the ice or replace themselves constantly. We don't know much about their reproduction and seem to surface in summer to bask in the sun but may have another reason in general their reasons for doing anything are largely on known as mr hoteling told. Npr there are more mysteries than there are solved things with ice worms. So there's a lot to learn still and maybe now that we've heard about this eager ice warm reception. We'll all give them less of a lukewarm reception.

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"about 14%" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | Last month

"about 14%" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Due for service bridge lawns From more than 40 years, Jean Miller has graced the Milwaukee Airway is look at the studio. And I'd see Gordon Hinckley in there and see Jonathan Green as players here in the after the boy wonder if I could ever be one of the big kids and beyond the AM station, you know the big state, but in 2022, he'll be hanging up his headphones. And it still is. When I drive up here in the morning. I cannot believe I'm on this radio station because it means selection to the state. It's got such a way. Is he enjoy retirement gene from all of us. At news radio 61 WTMJ, Milwaukee. 802 I'm Jean Miller. This is Wisconsin's morning news for Wednesday, June 16th your top story President Biden and Vladimir Putin go face to face I'm Jane Matte Mayor M. CTS finds itself behind the eight ball. Brian's either brewers looking to salvage the series. I'm David Glasgow West found 94 about 25th Street. We have an accident there being worked on, so just watch out for that two right lanes are blocked. Nine minutes to get from downtown to the zoo. It's affecting your right on south from 43 to, though we're seeing 16 minutes to get from around your road to downtown. That is an extra four. Also an accident. 41 North bound at Wisconsin Avenue with the right lane blocked just about ready to be cleared up. If it hasn't already we do still have a 28 minute ride from the zoo. The highway Q is a 13 minute backup. On 43 94 north, Um Layton Avenue in downtown. You're at about 14 minutes, doubling up your normal seven minute ride and then on eastbound 94 between the zoo and downtown. We're at nine minutes. That's an extra two. Traffic and weather together on the tens on Deputy Alaska. Wtmj. Pala wi dot com Time Saver Traffic Sunny today 78 away from the lake clear tonight Low of 60 downtown. It's 68 degrees in Milwaukee and three from the WTMJ breaking news center. As we speak. They speak talks now underway between President Biden and Russia's Vladimir Putin, the latest from ABC News. In Geneva President Biden and Russian President.

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"about 14%" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"about 14%" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That's product I talked about earlier. The moderated these controls an organic way to do it. You know, it's basically a bacteria. These fungus we've had pretty good luck with it on roses so you could use something like that. Or just any one of those, you know, Rose fungicides were fine. Okay. Great. Thank you, Brian. Thank you said Let's see. Next up. We've got John in Phoenix. Good morning, John. Good morning, Brian. I'm calling because I recently took over a property. That I was told had some fairly large Pikus trees on the property, but because they were disturbing the property wall. The previous people had them cut down. But they tell me they're about they were about 14 16 ft high and they're concerned at a least made me concerned about the root system and the potential involvement with some of the pool equipment. That's in the area and I was wondering. Is there any treatment that you can give this area for the roots to either prevent them from getting any moisture or the stuff would go down and make sure they would no longer be viable. Well, John. As long as you've cut off a fight is below grade. The roots are exposed. They're not going to regenerate. So I wouldn't be at all concerned. Oh, okay. Well, there's about a 16 stump above the ground Well, and here's the other option. Okay, if you want to let those grow back and become fight this again You know, growing back if you keep them maintain if they're pruned and kept trim the roots don't grow. You know, if you know if you really like it If you keep the top of the tree cut back, Okay, The roots are gonna grow in proportion to the top. So if you want to stop a tree from spreading and putting big roots and destroying foundations and that things that many trees can do if you'll prove the tops And maintain the tri tops. Prune. You know it reasonable size than the roots aren't going to expand. Okay. Thank you very much. You're welcome. Bye. Let's see. We'll take a short break where to come back with Brian and Florence. But after Brian, we got open lines, the number to call six So 22775827277 Katie are Brandon.

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"about 14%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"about 14%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About 14 million doses, and we're getting into the month after month and really not anything significant standing out there at all. Whereas we do see that for the estrogenic elect scene, and I expect the same for the Johnson and Johnson, Mexico. Once we do get approval of fighter by on tech for adolescents. What is that going to mean? For the overall inoculation effort in this country we stop. A lot of adults still haven't gotten their shots. So that's that's a bit of an issue on I think we really need to think hard about this. We've just had some day to come out of the office for National statistics in the UK, which does a Hasn't been doing a study in secondary schools in terms of infection rates, and they're continuing to fall to below the the whatever data they've had the lowest. This is now the lowest number of infections that they're seeing in the UK and it's quite low in terms of percentage is it does raise the question is to do we really need to push Vaccinate other lessons at a time where we still have a lot of adults to vaccinate, not just in the US, but certainly in the rest of the world is. Are these doses better going into adult arms everywhere, as opposed to adolescent arms in the U. S. It's a tough one to answer, especially if you have another person in your family. It certainly is our last 30. Seconds here, Sam. Once we get FDA approval, as is being reported, could happen as soon as next week. What are the next steps? When could we actually see the vaccines being deployed into Children's arms? Yeah, I think a soon as the FDA.

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"about 14%" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"about 14%" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And on the inbound ex staff ago traffic between Racine and the burn time They're about 14 minutes. In the news tonight. The first numbers from the 2020 senses are out. The U. S. Census Bureau officially confirmed Illinois will lose one seat in Congress for the next 10 years and a press conference earlier today. Radio in chief political reporter Rick Pearson says that the loss of a seat wasn't really a big surprise. Everybody know everybody knew going in, we were likely to lose the seat and that seat was going to come out of Ruby Red downstate Illinois on Illinois has 18 seats in Congress, now down from 19 and 20 tens. Democrats in the state Legislature, who hold a super majority in both the House and the Senate are already in the process of drawing the new map said. We'll divide voters into 17 different. Congressional District's Pearson appeared on Chicago's afternoon news with Steve Bertrand. City of Chicago today, filing a lawsuit again West fourth Sports Incorporated. That's a gun store and GARY, Indiana. The suit seeks in order to force West Forest in practices that amount to gun trafficking, along with unspecified damages. The suit accuses a store of selling hundreds of guns to straw buyers that then wind up connected to either convicted felons or at various Chicago crime scenes. Air, Lightfoot says West fourth must be held accountable the time for us to stop to ask them to do better. Make sure that they're not selling the straw purchasers do what they're required to do as a federally licensed gun dealers over.

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WSB-AM

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"about 14%" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Diabetes about 14% of patients severely afflicted developed type one or Type two, according to research in the journal Diabetes. It's unclear why a third of registered voters in Georgia expressed reluctance to get the covert vaccine someone awaiting see, especially given how fast the vaccine was produced. There's express mistrust of the health system vaccine hesitancy is highest among women, Young We're adults and conservatives, liberals and seniors air most willing to get vaccinated Wisconsin woman delivers in early November while in a medically induced coma from covert. She has just met her baby girl for the very first time after three months in a Wisconsin hospital, battling Cove in 19 Kelly towns and reunited with her husband late last week and met her 12 week old daughter, Lucy, reporter Maria Via Real, says Kelsey towns and spits 75 days on life support before she began to recover. She requires oxygen and physical therapy. President Biden host 10. Senate Republicans at the White House to discuss Covad relief Republicans propose a much smaller package. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the only thing we cannot accept Is a package that is too small or too narrow to pull our country out of this emergency. House. Democrats may press ahead with $1.9 trillion relief bill this week after how Holbrook has died at home in Beverly Hills, his acting career spanned decades. Parts include Deep throat in all the president's men. How about the money? He was a serious regular opposite wife, Dixie Carter, the sitcom designing Women, Holbrook toward coast to coast with his one man show, Mark Twain. Holbrook was 95. Double DS produced time. 605 guys, They're going to see him do that Mark Twain tonight..

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"about 14%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:14 min | 7 months ago

"about 14%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right now, wait. Just aren't getting all the information that we need. With the ongoing outgoing from the outgoing administration in key national security areas. It's nothing short of my view of irresponsibility. And of course, that is Joe Biden president elect to bind making Some comments concerns about the transition from the old to the new administration, not necessarily going as smoothly and not necessarily getting all of the information, especially when it comes to national security. And we know that is certainly a new important issue as the administration gets ready for 2021 quick check on markets as we wrap up the last few days of 2020, and you can see Some more enthusiasm S and P 500 futures just up about 16 points up 4/10 of a percent euro at 1 20 to the 10 year note with the yield a 100.90 force a little bit of movement there. NEW YORK Crude Little bit of support to we had some headlines in terms of global production levels, and that has given some support New YORK crude at 48 11 on Matt. I just want to as we get ready for our next guest. I was taking a look at emerging markets versus developed markets emerging market as a whole. If you look at the MSC I index It's up about 13% so far this year. If you look at those large developed markets, as measured by the M S, C i P It's up about 14%, so they're kind of on par with one another, which was kind of surprised at Yeah, For sure. If you look it equities, you'll see that and I wonder if it's the same across asset classes. We were just talking with Matthew Horne, Bach and he was saying, You know, there's so much liquidity in developed markets and the central banks are pumping so much out into those economies that that could blow up a market bubble that you maybe don't see. In emerging markets. Let's get over to pee. Alter my artist right now. Rabobank emerging market strategist and Peter Let me start with, you know that. No. One of the surprises expected by Matthew Horne. Bach. What do you think about the Huge liquidity being pumped into developed markets. What does that mean for the emerging markets you cover? Handle. Thank you so much for having me. I think that we're with the thing shows the beginning of capital inflows into emerging markets. If you look at the price action Capital inflows to, um, started to accelerate. Shortly after the U. S presidential election because that was still an element of uncertainty. Who's going to win in us if Trump had warned them? That would be far more negative for GM. Than by this victory. So one start uncertainty evaporated. Capital inflows accelerated and I think that this trend would continue throughout 2021. I think that emerging assets have Opportunity to catch up with this impressive gains across developed markets as will gradually return to normality That makes The prospect of the dollar remaining. Sold throughout next year, also bowled well for Yem. So we are way optimistic in terms of prospects for GM Pyotr, though, how much of the trajectory that you're talking about when it comes to emerging markets bouncing back vs? Developed markets in 2021. How much of it, though, is contingent on the vaccine rollout in those emerging economies and how long it takes. Definitely is going to be crucial on how quickly vaccine will be available across emerging markets. On. But fortunately lots of imagine markets don't have same power purchase has developed countries that said, I think that Um, that these markets are mainly driven by expectations. Look at the performance off European assets over the past few days or weeks. We know that the The continent is struggling to contain the second wave of off the pandemic. All those restrictions that government had to impose further in the curve will result in a weekend. Economic recovery from civilization That said the market is still still optimistic, assuming that vaccines will be available now available that there will be redistributing in coming months. And I think that The same will apply. The same thinking will apply. When you says the outlook for GM. Yes, those emerging countries will have to wait a little bit longer. Um, for the population to be vaccinated, But I think that investors will alea look further ahead, assuming that OK, It's only a matter of time when sufficient percentage of populations will be vaccinated. So they'll be looking for opportunities across E. M after PM under performed throughout Trump's presidency. I want to ask you about Central and Eastern Europe Theater because we just had the Brexit and there's a lot of focus on you know the effects. That trade agreement is going to have on the economies of Britain, France and Germany, but not so much focus on what's going to happen to You know, residents, workers in the UK who won't be able to stay there, and a lot of those come from Central and Eastern Europe. Of course, there's also a lot of trade in goods and services between Central Eastern Europe and the U. K. What do your thoughts on the end of this relationship? I'm so Definitely defined that no trade deal scenario has been avoided is positive for Central Eastern European Economies. They have fans. Strong trade lanes, especially Poland. With UK so defined the trade deal has been agreed is good news on Don't think that It's important to point out that exodus off Poles and other is new peons who worked in UK I started a few years ago. Already. It actually started just before Brexit that the bell come on the eve of the referendum on we have to keep in mind that prospects equals Central Eastern Europe are quite positive wages have been rising. So Incentive for Poles and other Eastern Europeans to come over and work in UK Definitely diminished. Alright, well, something just certainly keep our eyes on Pia. Peter. Thank you so much really appreciate a pewter Mattis Joining us, of course from Joining us to really talk about emerging markets specifically joining us from Rabobank there on the phone, so forgiving Matt. I was just looking at something online, Pierre Cardin just crossing AP reporting that he has passed away aged 98 Born in Italy became naturalized citizen in France, and you create the bubble dress. I don't know if you know that but really kind of legendary when you think about kind of those iconic designers and then kind of mass market. Yeah, He's definitely and name that I know. And I know nothing about fashion. So, um, I guess we've lost Karl Lagerfeld. We've lost Hugo boss. And now we've lost Pierre Cardin. Um I don't think I can think of any other designers Tom Ford, I guess is alive and well, thank goodness because he also makes awesome movies. Yeah, he does, actually, right. He really kind of embraces all of it in terms of his fashion impacting so much, and I would beg to differ. Those of us who have seen you around the newsroom those who have seen you on air You're rather dapper and you have great socks. Hankies usually given hanky and you don't have a hankie on They even call them Yankees don't even know All right. We gotta run coming up. James Bevin. He's a chief investment officer of T. C l. A. We're gonna talk to him.

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KOMO

02:12 min | 9 months ago

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"12 26 You know, bikes and bike sales have really skyrocketed during the pandemic, and it means bike helmets are also in high demand. But lab tests show that some helmets provide more protection than others. Almost Connie Thompson reports on the latest consumer reports lab test testers. A consumer reports put bike helmets to rigorous lab test to see how well they absorb impact at about 14 MPH. Simulating how a bike writer might fall way. Repeat the test four times. We impact the helmet on the front side, rear and crown to simulate a rider falling off their bike and hitting those parts of their heads. After all the testing, they say, the best helmet for adult is the gear. Oh register MIPs, which comes in at about $60, So this gear Oh, helmet comes with nips technology. Which stands for multi directional impact protection system. It's a plastic layer inside the helmet that helps prevent transmitting rotational energy to the head if you get into a crash, and that's supposed to help against getting concussions for adult Super Forum or commuter style helmet, the $40 Lam Boulevard, so in addition to doing very well in impact performance testing, this helmet did very well in ventilation. Typically, commuter or urban Hellman's did not have great ventilate. Shin, and this one did for kids at under $50 CR recommends the bond tracker Tyro, which gets top marks for impact absorption, ventilation and ease of use. One more important safety tip. If you fall and hit your head wearing a bike helmet or see that the helmet is damaged, it's time to get a new one because they absorbing materials might no longer protect you. One more important safety tip. Make sure that you have the information on the other helmets that were in these ratings, and you can go to that in this story and the consumers section of cuomo news dot com. Almost Connie Thompson, We have an update from ABC News next ready for a career change but not sure where to start join the millions who have skilled up with trail ahead. Trailhead has taught me so much more than I ever thought was possible trial. It is the free.

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KTRH

01:50 min | 10 months ago

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"We talked about 14 days to stop the spread. And okay, we got to that maybe needed another week or so, Teo ensure they talked about flattening the curb. That was to make sure that we didn't over extend our medical facility capacity we, by and large have done that. We know a lot more what we're dealing with now I talked to doctors who will say that the the strength of the virus is diminishing. Plus, we have a bunch of new ways. We understand a lot more on how to treat it and vaccines in works as well and being developed. But it is extremely important that we continue to move forward on this. We cannot stop society. We can't stop families. We can't stop on economy that funds good schools that funds medical research that funds all these important aspect of a healthy, thriving society, you know, and I get really concerned when I start to think about Yeah, it would be tragic for us to lose two generations of progress because we make overreaching decisions in this season in dealing with we've also seen President Trump have now covert 19 and then recover from it to you when we get back from break I wantto change. Here's just a little bit and talk about Air Force One. And then, of course, let's get into the conversation of white Way have Sean strawberries here as well to talk a lot about Corpus Christi and your impact. You're listening to an old Patrick Yo show and we'll be like nobody told me that the new normal comes with an unbelievable amount of laundry. You have more important things to do than laundry with laundry by zips. You pay only 99 cents a pound for everything in your laundry basket. They wash it, Dr Holden and Pack it up for easy pickup visit today because this low Price won't last. And now the 1st 100 laundry customers.

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KOMO

01:41 min | 10 months ago

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"A trained pilot and a passenger had been doing touch and goes as they took off. They lost power on the instructor took over immediately. They try to restart the engine multiple times, and they needed to set it down. They were in the air for about 14 minutes with no luck getting that engine going again. Braced for what was next. He didn't know if he could make it. He was trying to aim for the road and the field trying to keep away from the houses. Thankfully, he did just that. And with the banged up body getting loaded up onto a flatbed Everyone was able to walk away without any injury. That's almost cold. Miller in sports. It's a bye week for the Seahawks next weekend. I'll be on the road to play the Cardinals in Glendale challengers honorable to play the Earthquakes later today for Major league Baseball, American League champ TampaBay Rays will wait outs and see what happens tonight in the National League Championship game number seven, Braves and Dodgers. Winner of that game, will meet up with Tampa Bay Tuesday to start the world serious. Now look, a couple traffic every 10 minutes on the fours. Once again, Curtis in Mary's villain earlier, Stalin North found five at Highway five to wait has been cleared of the right lane was just causing some Meyer distractions for drivers traveling to that spot. You know, Olympia still dealing with the crash, staff found highway what a one on the ransom north down five and told further notice. Also some roadwork in Seattle, South bound 1990 Aurora Bridge, taking up a couple of South bound lanes, Curtis cow. We're tracking blustery conditions out there this morning. In general, those wind gusts expected to blow.

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KOMO

01:51 min | 10 months ago

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"Puyallup, not far from Sun Field, where the three people on board a student pilot, a trained pilot and a passenger had been doing touch and goes as they took off. They lost power on the instructor took over immediately. They try to restart the engine multiple times, and they needed to set it down. They were in the air for about 14 minutes with no luck getting that engine going again. Braced for what was next on all three ableto walk away. We do know that someone with the F A A has been to the crash site. It's unclear of the NTSB will also investigate a person in jail after Washington patrol aircraft hit with a laser lightness was Overton Water Aircraft was helping locate an elderly man. Had wandered away from caregivers when it happened by the way, Tom Water. Police say they found that missing man. It's the latest incident of a dangerous practice that can have serious consequences. Officials saying the lasers Khun Blind, a pilot, temporarily making them unable to see their instruments and even lead to permanent eye damage. Checking on some sports here for Sunday. It's a bye week for the Seahawks. They have the Cardinal's next weekend on the road, Sounders on the road to play the Earthquakes. Later today, American League champ Tampa Bay Rays, they're going to wait to see what happens for the National League Championship Game seven, which is later today, Braves and Dodgers winner of that will head to the world. Siri's to meet Tampa Bay. On Tuesday that was going to look a coma traffic every 10 minutes on before there's Curtis Calhoun. North down 99 at the tunnel in Seattle. Looks like we have installed still taking up the right lane, causing a distraction for drivers. Not so much a backup. Definitely keep you up today on that. Earlier crash in every North Mount five and Highway two has been cleared at the right lane. Also, some earlier down trees in gig Harbor. Westbound 16 ramp from Burnham Drive have been cleared in the ramp has.

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ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 10 months ago

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"Bet Sports Book pregame show also sponsored by CBD and my Progressive Insurance. We'll talk about this. Mess with lunatic of Monday night football coming up at 7 30. We got Thursday night football tonight. Brady and the Bears will talk with bears reporter Jeff Dickerson coming up here in about 14 minutes, but J. You want to do do something quick because I got a great tweet. His name is Saar Zula. I think I said it correctly, he said. The key that the King said I don't care much say he can hit it 88 Mount Hour fastball. I don't think so. And that they oppose the great question. You're saying that you can I can't. I can't literally hit a damn 88 mile an hour fastball today. Why are you get angry? First you reading some dump tweet. I don't care about Twitter talking about the one that said it. Why is it dumb? You know we could I'm not Listen. I mean, it was the great listening to James Williams and his love my full government. Nobody Diddy over there. Texting with it. Don't you don't try to be negative and call my friends. Little's to berate them. You don't need to do that. You're better than that. All I'm saying this is a great challenge. I would love to see it. I don't know. Okay. Clean it up. So you, Keyshawn, stop talking over me. This is like a way Were we doing that? Hey, don't has almost say something. We're far I just I would like to see somebody throw that kind of pitching sea. Keyshawn, take a couple of swings. I can't do it now, But in the past, I could When I played baseball, I could I can't do it now. Okay, Thank that speed is nowhere near Thank you for clarifying, but Well, you go ahead and you just wasted about two minutes of our show, and I didn't waste anything. This is great Fans want to hear this kind of stuff. Go ahead, Susan. I'm sorry. Alright, be apart of Keyshawn J Will and Zubin Nation on the Dr Pepper Twitter nation on little brother. Presented by No you get underneath your skin. A little brother. It's official college football's back. And so is your favorite Dr Pepper loving college.

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KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 11 months ago

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"Away, so we'll see exactly what shakes out about 14 days. The prime minister says. Look, if needs be, we still can institute a national locked down, But he doesn't want to go down that way just yet. It's interesting to to me because British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had Covad 19 and apparently a very significant case of it when he got better, and when he came back and started doing all the publicity's E, he was very How do I put it? He was very cautious and saying like you've got to be so careful and you wear your mask in that sort of thing, And now he's being criticized for maybe a lack of response Yet it's how do you win? Because if you either respond to softly to gently to it, or people are saying, don't lock us down again, so they don't want you to go too hard with it. How do you find the sweet spot? Politician and ultimately that's your call. It is not a good place to be right now. But you're absolutely right. On the one hand, you've got the health considerations. You got scientist saying this is what you gotta do. On the other side. He got businessmen and workers saying, Look of Listen, carries on we're gonna be. We're gonna be out of jobs. So you gotta balance that thing and it is not easy and these measures Which have been announced a couple of days ago now They could be in place for six months. Jennifer So, ah, Guess what? None of the three weeks and the world is back to normal stuff that we're hearing in March is going to be the way of Britain. I guess through the winter and hopefully I'll have some kind of treatments, vaccines or something in the spring. And I'm sure you like us are worried about flu season and at the same time, I'm sure business owners they're saying, But if you shut me down for the next six months, I don't re open period. That's it. Yes. It's a tough call. It really really is and you know, and again. You got now buildings, one building fund billions going into Ah furlough programs. In fact, one is ending. At the end of October, and that's a real cliff, because if there were nothing to follow on from that, you watch the unemployment shoot up like a rocket here today, the Treasury secretary said, Okay, we're going to come up with some plans, one of which is Cos. If you convey it, at least your employees backto work, say a third of the hours they used to have. The government for the next six months. We'll take in two thirds of the salary just to try to keep people working and try to keep companies afloat. It is a tough one. You're bailing water each and every day. Absolutely, Jim. Thank you. See you later. Here. This is J f i n k O s th d to Los Angeles. Let's take a look that Dr Robin.

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WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:55 min | 1 year ago

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"With you on the fan at Ersumer net that controls taking your phone calls. We've got guests coming up later. But it's gonna be a conversation. You and me. We're right up until three o'clock. Let's go to George in Brooklyn. You're on the fan. George. Hey, Richard. Good Sunday morning to you. At least they think it's still Sunday morning, just for a few minutes in New York. Okay, what's up? I wanted to check in at the at the top, Richard. You pose the with the philosophical question of Would you rather compete every year or almost every year or having you know, have a VD graph where you know some of your urine less play some years and you sandwich in the championship and For me Personally, I would much rather win do like the Red Sox did and win four championships in the span of about 14 years. And even with the last place finishes mixed in there, because to me a championship lives forever, and it's kind of like an Academy Award. For sports and even our chance Key. Last year he was doing a book tour on he was going around on different shows and in bookstores, talking about You know a season? That was 50 years before so behind You know for so for me personally, I couldn't live with last place and inches. In exchange for like, say with what? The Red Sox You know, I see. I'm the opposite as a fan. Now I'm not talking about about is a player because there's a player you know you win the championship and you're there forever. I forget who said that? Was it Fred share or somebody basically said. Once we walk this road, we will be on it together forever. You know, Once you achieve that championship sham ski Ron's for Bota, you know all these guys 50 years later are still part of that magical 69 team. So that's something for your legacy that you want and it's there forever, and you'll always remember it. But if you're a fan to me, I look at it the over the long run. If I have to put up with last place and lousy, lousy, lousy and then all of a sudden we win. I mean, it's like being, you know, a bipolar situation where you're really down, and then you're really up. And I would rather be Continually up, maybe not to the top, not to the peak. Then have that peak and then the disappointment because you know, baseball normally 162 games year after year after year, and you watch it constantly. I I probably watch 100, not 162 games, but 162 dates of baseball Mets Yankees. Whatever. I mean, how many full games do you watch? If you're going back and forth between the Mets Yankees and any other team that you might like? So I'd rather have the enjoy ability of my team competing, even if they fall short in the end, And don't win that that gold ring I get to the World Series. They don't win it. But they're they're, um as opposed to let's say the Mets in 15. Well, there probably a bad example. Because you know, they kind of have. I don't know what kind of curve you would call the Mets thing. A bell curve, Whatever. But you know, let's say and 15. They had won it. But for the next five years they were going to be fourth place. Fifth place in their division. They're gonna be lousy, lousy as opposed to. Ah, kind of lousy right? What would you rather have? And to me, I'd rather have. Okay. You fell short 15, But you made the playoffs and 16. I only have one game, but you made it And then you were competitive didn't get to the playoffs. You were kind of eliminated, but at least you were Competitive. That might be a bad example. Because of Mets. You know, you might say, Well, he considered competitive. Let's go to Mardi in Westchester. You're on the fan. Marty. Good afternoon. Newlin. Arnie. Hi. I'd like to talk about the upcoming NFL season. There was some of clubs specifically Jerry Jones and Dallas and few other clubs where they're talking about allowing fans. To come to the games, obviously, on a limited basis, of course with social distancing Yet there are other cities like the metal land where that allowing fans to attend. Do you think I mean, this is something that Rajic adults should pay closer attention to in terms of, uh, that's not being fair. Some cities might have more of an advantage with the home home Crown home crowd attending I think you have to set a leaguewide policy either can have fans or you can't And if the team ops to like like Washington, apparently there was no law or no victim in D. C. That said, You can't bring fans to the ballpark. Where's in New Jersey? There kind of is right. I mean, it's pretty much recommended by the governor that you can't have large gatherings. So I think you can't have it both ways where some guys have fans there and others don't And I'm wondering. I mean, if Jerry Jones that that stadium holds like 100,000, if he has 10,000 people scattered, you know, 10 ft apart. Is that going to be worse than having nobody there? What do you think? That's a very good point, which I think that should definitely be some consistency in this area. You have to mystic that the NFL season will be able to Ah, progress as the months go by. I find it interesting that I mean, obviously, the Canadian Football League isn't the cash cow that the NFL is. But they made a decision. That was a swell paragraph in the post this week that they cancelled their season completely. So I don't know what that the pandemic is like up in Canada on Ovitz's That's about the same as those in the states of it's worse. Much more under control and we have it. Yeah, I pessimistic about the NFL season going off completely. I think they're probably will have to limit the number of games. It just seems to me that there too many people in the NFL when you travel now it's it's different than baseball where you're traveling to three times a week on back city to city. Only traveling once a week, pretty much in football eight times. So and you're coming in the day before, So it's not like you're staying in a hotel for three or four days. It's not like you would think that even if players are tempted to go out and check out the sights and everything else That for one night, you can keep him under wraps as opposed to Geez, I'm in Miami for a week. Five days. You know, four games set. Thank God you know, go to South Beach. Do some stuff. I mean, there. There's more temptation. I'm saying there But I just I I hope football happens. I really do. But I really wonder if it can. I don't think they're going to be able to play a full 16 games late. We shall see Ted Jersey City.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Our will have Jennifer catch Mark. After we'll get first volume Bloomberg and Jennifer catch markets to lay out the weather for the next few days. It's going to be nice there. I just laid it out. News time. Right now. It's 700 W. Well w News, traffic and Weather News Radio. 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati Going back to school but not back to the classroom With six o'clock report on Bryant Combs breaking now I'm recommending that we temporarily moved a distance learning mode for the 1st 5 weeks of the school year since I public schools are going back to virtual instruction. New school year will start the same way. The spring term ended with students at home. Superintendent Laura Mitchell says the recent surge in Corona virus cases means I have to put a return to the classroom. On whole, we're looking at a downward Friend. In terms of confirmed cases, So we're looking at about 14 days of the data moving downward to say that the rates are driving down. We also looked at the Ohio public health advisory in terms of the color coding system, and currently at this moment, we're in the red look at the positivity rate in terms of those who are tested. How Muneer actually confirmed to be positive as it relates to Kobe, and we're currently at 7.7 Mitchell says the district will re evaluate the decision September 14th to determine if it will be safe then to bring students back. Current school year starts August 24th with at home instruction again for at least 1st 5 weeks now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC help traffic center researchers at U C health and College of Medicine or Finding ways to treat Prevent Cure Covert 19 in research Lives cures discover more You see how that Tom Garbage Truck Fire Set Band 71 near Taft is out, but sounds like they're going to keep the right lane blocked off. So be careful heading into downtown North Bound 70 five's not a problem into downtown at all through the cut on the hill as of yet, No delay out.

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04:08 min | 1 year ago

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"For NPR comes from Amazon studios with radioactive storing Rosamund Pike, based on the true story of Marie Curie, the first woman to win the Nobel Prize, whose discoveries changed the face of science starts Friday. On prime video. Right now 81 degrees in Woodland Hills. It is for 35. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I Mary Louise Kelly on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia. All the statues of Confederate leaders have been removed All except one. The biggest one. The four story tall monument of General Robert E. Lee stands there today, as it has every day since 18 90. Its fate is in legal limbo, though today a judge heard arguments on whether to keep it or remove it, but did not issue a final decision from the bench. Whitney Evans, a reporter with member station V. P. M was at that hearing in Richmond today and joins us now. Hey, Whitney. Hi. So no ruling from the bench. We're told the judge is gonna issue a written opinion, Phyllis in on the arguments that unfolded there today. What was it like in that courtroom? Yeah, So this is this is a complicated legal case. And that's why the judge said today that he's going to take the time to write. Ah, well thought out opinion rather than just rule from the bench, Um and I'll back up just a little bit. So in June, Virginia Governor Ralph nor them announced he was removing the statue as soon as possible. A few days later, a descendant of the family who gifted the statue to the state in 18 90 Sued the governor to stop that from happening, and the descendant argued 1/19 century deed says the state promise to protect and maintain this at you and the property that it stands on today, the state argued that this descendant doesn't have the right to just perpetually tell the state what it can and can't do with its own property. On attorney for the defendant said the deed is clear, and the state made a promise that it has to keep. And I wonder for those of us who've never seen Monument Avenue walked Monument Avenue if he would paint us a little bit of a picture because I mentioned this is the last Confederate statues standing. There were a lot of others. Where are they now? Right. A CZ. Many people know Richmond is a former capital of the Confederacy. So there's this whole street filled with statues dedicated to Confederate leaders. But we like you said, it's the on ly one. That's that's still standing, and it's the only one owned by the state. The city of Richmond owns all of the others. And recently, Richmond's mayor unilaterally made the call to take the other monuments down about 14 of them and the last we heard they're under tarps outside the city's waste water treatment plant. Um and you know, Meanwhile, the Monument Avenue sort of transformed into this gathering place for the community the least ach, you used to be this sterile place where you didn't really see people gathering. And now it's covered in graffiti and people gather there every day to play music and give out food. It's It's been a total transformation. Yeah, I've seen some of the pictures. It is utterly Transformed will tell me. What are we watching for an action? All of this. When do we expect to hear from the judge? Well. It's unclear when the judge will will issue this ruling. But if he does rule that the statue can come down, the state will obviously start to take steps to to try to remove it, but it's not going to be an easy process, the governor's office says. You know, it's a really big project that requires bringing in different machines from out of state and even splitting the statue into third so it could be reassembled elsewhere. And there's not really a plan yet regarding how it will be replaced. But the governor says that you know he wants that decision to be a decision that the community makes. Is Whitney Evans of member station V. P. M joining us from Richmond, Virginia. Thanks so much. Thank you. Former vice.

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WIBC 93.1FM

08:48 min | 1 year ago

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"It's like, don't do that. It's so either. You know, that's when an adult should be involved. Something doesn't go off All hell's bells. Adult should be involved in this anyway. If you've got mortars, you should not have 12 and 13 year old boy so I would not let my grandson doing. He's 12. I mean, I just say no. Sitting about 14 yet. Well, 14 is this switch will go. That's the threshold of stupid well. They're just excited if you if you haven't seen it, the Annapolis fire department did a great video using a watermelon. They drilled one small hole in the watermelon. They just put a firecracker down in there. It blew the snot out. I mean, it just eviscerated this thing, And they did it in slow motion photography and it was just like Aah! A new universe was born. And then they did a cantaloupe and a melon. And they had a great salad at a great sound. So anyway, please be here. Elvin. Yeah, You know, there's a lot of the kids and Let's say that two things stick out to me, and I know there's a whole list of stuff. But those mortar tubes it can fall over when the kids go. They light him. They run their foot catches it. It falls over now, a sudden Graham all that sitting in a chair of their incoming grandma. So make sure those are the tube is secure. And never, ever let that 14 year old stick his face or any part of his body over the top that we believe in buckets of water. Several buckets of water If you have a garden hose that you want to put the nozzle on that keeps a closed great, but By golly, the recently sell him two for one and fire for one is so that when you lose one, and it doesn't light Dump it in the bucket. Walk away clean. It's only a buck and 1/2 in it. It's better than losing your face. I mean, don't be afraid to throw. Ah, good fireworks in the pool. All right, Brian Wilks just Ah! Tell Brian call us Yeah, we'll call we'll call you. Wilkes looked really pretty good as the almost parson. He's got the that was hilarious. Ah, He's got the stats on the weather. So we'll call Brian because I swear that we've got a little It'll run going here. 239 93 93 is our number. Ah, tell you what we're going to take. Let's take remind me to ask Wilkes if he was bare chested. I could not tell if he had a body. That was real chest. I think he was going to talkto this Brian and then Ah! We'll catch up with Grand Wilkes here. Hey, Brian. Good morning. Morning. How you guys doing this for good. All right, So I've got a walnut tree and heard that they can give stuff to the wall in the trees to stop him from producing of walnuts. Is that a true thing? If you can spray floral on the blooms, but realized that the walnut trees they're one of the tallest trees before they branch out pat. Some of those No one treats her 30 foot before the bloom. Jenny speaking of for floral or fruit eliminator spray, and that is something you do in the spring. And a lot of people use them for a sweet gum trees that prevent the sweet gumballs. Ah, there's just different things. So if you can spray it It will help reduce that crop. If you can't So that's the promised any saying most, like, you know, sprayers will go up 2030 feet that may not even get to the canopy of the tree on a walnut. I thought that somebody told me that they like is like a needle. They would stick into the roots or something that I don't know about. I do know that there's some arborists. Will have different things like when. When we were treating for emerald ash bores there. They would have different things that they could put in the trunk of the tree that so. So I guess that's ah, something to check into check in with the harbor's, but I don't know of something that's on the market for homeowner used so Brian. Thanks for the call. We appreciate it. 239 93 93 is our number. Joining us on the program Is George favor from favor? Be window. Who? That who? That? George. What's that about a bad happy Fourth of July? Do you? Denny? Allison? Kevin? Everybody there at the at the broadcast. Thank you, sir. Thank you, George. You have had every time we get told these milestone holidays Memorial Day. Do you look back over the last four months and go? What the hell just happened? Hey, it's been unbelievable and march we were looking at who we were gonna have to lay off. If we're going to continue to pay people in the layoff, and over the last 90 days, we've doubled our business from last year. It's been unbelievable. It's just been All the wall. We really feel really feel fortunate, and you're really helping out a lot of homeowners with projects that probably needed to be done. You know a number of years ago, and they just kind of kept kicking the can down the road, and this whole thing has kind of made people pause and look at their her life and looking at their structures and their hole. Everything and you're able to help him out. And one of the things that you've really helped him with is the financing. Well, yeah, we, You know, we've done our employee pricing to try to make sure we had plenty of work for our guys, you know, so uncertain. In terms of, you know, it's something that a close they're going to close the entire You know, entire state and with this cove it so we've we've got just tons of work and for our guys and one of the things that have helped, that is we have a program. A lot of people don't realize. But many banks have done away with their unsecured loans. You can't even get it unsecured loan. Everything is on a home equity where you have to have your property leaned. And most people don't want to have that. And so we have a 15 year unsecured loan at a tremendous rate 8.99%. Which is lower than any bank rate that you're going to get and the 15 year term even if they do once secured loans, they don't do it for 15 years of five. So anyway, what it does is, it makes the payment lore and there's no pre payment penalty in anyway, and that allows people you know where they have larger jobs were maybe remodeling a farmhouse and doing windows and siding and doors. Bigger projects that maybe they would have only done a part of it. It gives them a chance to do the entire project and its just It's just really been awesome for our customer. Well, George congrats on the on being busy. I know that you probably want to rest. That's how I feel. That's how I feel, because we're kind of in the same boat with with everybody wanting to do things around their house and stuff. But one question before I let you go. Have you seen shortages and your industry like we have in ours? Like a shortage of material and product that you try to get for your customer. We We have one of our suppliers is in Michigan and that we get our windows from and they've had issues getting people back in the plant. To be able to work because about employment and all the federal programs that has started right itself here in the last few, Ah, two weeks, so hopefully it will continue that way. Hey, one other thing I want to tell you kudos to your operation. We're getting a new gas grill from you. But while we were down at the store, we got a green egg We bought from you and it's like I don't know. 12 15 years old. So there's no way we could tune that up for you and you send a young guy out here. He was absolutely awesome. He put a new handle on it put a new band around the hinges fixed. The damn thing is just like it's brand new, and I just want to give you kudos. Hey, just did a super job. Well, thank you very much. And I think that was probably Ian and Ian is a U N d guy. But these buy time to get to college. They've been working on these grills for 56 years, so I know they're young, but they're good. So, George, thank you very much for that. He's polite. He was very polite, Pat. You should very, very proud of of of what his work is and how he how he treats the customer. He's awesome. Well, thank you very much, George. Thank you. Appreciate you making the B window spot into a Sullivan hardware spot was awesome. Win it, George, talk to you next week. Check it all out online and be window dot com. That's if you're tired of video conference is not going.

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"about 14%" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One we talked about 14 year old Curtis White Jr was shot and killed along the canal. Now, mind you. It wasn't that long ago that we saw viral video of a big brawl down at the canal and then around four o'clock A M. Police said they received a call about a child. Shot on the East side along Brookside Avenue. Ah, who's in her bed sleeping and a stray bullet came in. So that's just a typical night of what we're dealing with. In Indianapolis right now. Awful stray drive by bullets, 14 year olds robbing people getting shot to death down at the canal shootings near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but we're going to protest in front of chief of Police House. That makes a lot of sense to me. And if you're wondering what we're talking about, it was Sunday morning that a group of BLM protesters they gathered at first at 62nd in Michigan, because that's where Dre Sean Reed was shot and killed. Well, over a month ago. They started there around 5:30 a.m. And from there, they went to chief Taylor's neighborhood about 50 people in their cars parading around the neighborhood, honking their horns really early Sunday morning. One of the organizers of that. Kyra J. A black lives matter. Organizer spoke to wish TV and this is her quote. There is no accountability at all with the eye MPD, and this time they need to show if there really for the people like they say they are, then they need to give us some type of accountability. Otherwise, things like downtown and the burning of buildings will keep happening until we get justice. Wow, It's not really going to endure many people to your cause. That sounds like a threat to may. Ah, did you see a really those.

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