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Europe's Summer Tourism Outlook Dimmed by Variants, Rules
"Europe's tourism industry is suffering more set backs is chaos and confusion of her travels and restrictions tosses another cruel summer for the industry a surgeon Kevin nineteen variance is threatening to derail another summer holiday season throughout Europe popular destination countries throughout the continental struggling to control the spreads in France the world's most visited country visitors to tourist sites are now being offered a special cabinet nineteen poss to get the past people must prove their by the thirty vaccinated or put Houston negative virus test is needs introducing a similar pasta access museums and movie theaters and many other public venues the move caused outrage throughout the country's came out to protest in the past several major cities Europe is vital tourism industry is in dispatch as tourist arrivals plunged lost him by nearly seventy percent Karen Thomas London
How to Make Enterprise AI Projects More Predictable
"So pinocchio i know. Our overall theme for today is going to be around How to make. Ai related projects a little bit more predictable a bit more like engineering projects software development by itself all already has high risk for projects in terms of estimating timelines etc. Why is that even so much higher when it comes to a head you like to think about that. This is a complicated topic especially because deers to software purchasing a sense. So it's inherits all of those issues but even on top of those. We might have racial there in. There are not only for the komo's it's harder for Projects but there are some that are special to it so it's just a little softer projects with a bit more. We'll calls a bit more troubles. Yeah i like the term inherit. They inherit the problems have normal software development but also have their own their own things. What are those. What are the ingredients here of these new unique layers of complexity. Yeah so let's talk about a few of the common wants so let's say that you for trying to find out a very good software developer and market that that's hard but we have much more softer developers out there. Then we have like data scientists just because of that is already much easier to find a suffer developer. Dan data scientists so saint problems but harder for a project for infrastructure. For instance you might have your cic deep applies you might have a task everything else in place for software but then you have the machine learned models that you have to have the same stuff when we talk about so again same problem but with a plus and then there's a lot of other things related to business goals technical goals and metrics so hard to to do it own on software generally so seventy percent of the software products might fail and i don't have a very good number i it. It feels bigger. One of the reasons in this common area is that we might have does misconception. That is a magical blackbox.
EU Likely to Decide on Moderna COVID Shot for Kids Next Week
"European drug regulators are considering Maderas application to authorizes coronavirus vaccine for children twelve and up in the European Union Maderas vaccine was given the green light for anyone eighteen and over in January but so far Pfizer's vaccine is the only one approved for children twelve and up in Europe and North America now Dr Markel capillary a top official at the European medicines agency says a decision on whether to recommend madurez vaccine for children is expected late next week E. U. officials say they've delivered it up back scenes to immunize seventy percent of the adult population there and many countries are looking to expand inoculations to children twelve and up European officials say there's a possible link between the Madera and visor vaccines to very rare cases of chest and heart inflammation mostly in younger adult men but that the benefits still outweigh the risks of covert nineteen I'm Jennifer king
Eight NFL Teams Above 85 Percent Threshold for Vaccinations
"Other news eight. nfl teams have now exceeded the five percent threshold for player. Vaccinations the nfl network reported on tuesday. Monday was the nfl's deadline for players to get vaccinated to be clear full activity and avoid any restrictions when training camps open on july twenty seventh that same network report as of monday. Seventy one percent of the players league wide have had at least one vaccination shot and that's up from sixty five percent in june twenty fifth report from. Espn what you take out of all this data claybon yes. I am glad that it's at seventy percent. I wish it were higher right. I i think nationally were were hovering about fifty percent but the access to the vaccines isn't the same as it is In the nfl. So i think we should be higher than seventy percent. I would I would assume as as time goes on we'll get closer To the threshold for everybody But but i think it's you know if you would've asked me on on july thirteenth twenty twenty. Hey there's a vaccine and Seventy percent of the players. Have it. I would i would be in much That would have been some really good news a year ago so i have to celebrate it but it could be better
U.S. Celebrates July Fourth as Nation Emerges From Devastating Covid Pandemic
"Americans celebrate the nation's birthday efforts continue to get people vaccinated the country as a whole fell percentage points short of reaching the president's seventy percent vaccination goals set for today white house covid response coordinator jeff zion's on abc's this week outlined. The major reason younger people particularly those in their twenties have felt less vulnerable to that disease and therefore less eager to get shots. Zion says it's important that they get the shots because delta very cases
Navajo Nation Reports 2 More COVID-19 Deaths
"On the fourth of July not enough Americans are vaccinated the Biden administration has fallen short of its goal of seventy percent of Americans vaccinated by today White House virus response coordinator Jeff science says there's still a reason to celebrate two out of three adults Americans those over eighteen have received at least the first dose of vaccination and importantly close to ninety percent of people sixty five and older have received at least one dose at about eighty percent of fully vaccinated and they have not given up on herd immunity we are going to continue our efforts to vaccinate all Americans by making it easier to get vaccinated continue to ask answer people's questions about the efficacy of the safety of the vaccines science was on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos I'm Shelley Adler
President Biden Optimistic Despite Falling Short of July Fourth Vaccination Goal
"Biden is a major rebound in the economy and in our lives. This holiday weekend as the country marks an accelerated return to normal still challenges. Remain with the white house falling short of its july fourth vaccination goal. Monica alba is covering the president firing up the barbecues and air force one this holiday weekend as americans come together on the eve of independence day. The biden administration's top officials fanned out across the country from nevada and michigan to maine new hampshire. The president first lady and vice president blanketing the nation. Today in what they're calling. The america is back together tour giving new meaning to the fourth of july by marking our independence from the pandemic though it was hard to believe. I think that we would actually be able to be together on the fourth of july. Still victory over. The virus isn't being declared just yet. The white house will miss. Its own goal of partially vaccinating. Seventy percent of american adults by tomorrow nearly sixty seven percent of those eighteen and over have received one dose while forty seven percent of the public is fully vaccinated heading into the celebrations. The president warned those who haven't gotten their shots yet concern that people who have not gotten vaccinated have the capacity to catch the variant the white house announcing it will deploy surge response teams to hot spots as fears grow over the highly transmissible delta variant
What Can Companies and Individuals Do to Encourage Equity?
"Today. We're going to be talking about how to make race and gender equity standard business practices in aviation joining me. Today are bird guests. Who's the president and ceo of the racial equity group. And dr rebecca kaiser who is the chief of research security strategy and policy at the national science foundation burden rebecca. Welcome and thrilled to have you on this podcast. Thank you thank you so much to get us started bird you recently used. The term escalators at the women in aviation program on race and gender equity. Would you please explain what that is and how it works absolutely are so. Our society is composed of social structures and these social structures like just the the core components of our society that allow us to function families and social structure. Housing is a social structure educational system. These are all social structures. They're really allow us to advance life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Now you know. In a racially society how we are positioned in the social structures unfortunately is based on race and a lot of it has to do with pass discriminatory policies and practices. But even in today a lot of present policies is still kind of maintain that just not an a an openly acknowledged way where it seems like people are being raised or discriminatory as let me give you one example in our housing social structure which is very very critical. Let's think about how did people become positioned or situated in the social structure. I'll give you one so let's go to one example White americans today typically live in communities we know based on research that about seventy percent white blacks living community about fifty percent black. Now why is that well. Some of that we know is personal preference. Some of it is income people. Just don't have the money to live in certain communities but a lot of that has been discriminatory policies such as red lining the beginning of the nineteen thirties. They significantly Shaped in and and situated our cities and our communities all across the country along racial divides
Climate Change Is Threatening The U.S. West's Water Supply
"Technically just started but it seems. Like the drought in the western. Us is already really extreme. Oh yeah yeah. There is some scary numbers. I'm sorry to say here. I go almost half. The population of the country is facing dry conditions. Seventy percent of the west is in severe drought already. Several states like california and arizona had their dryest year since recordkeeping began in eighteen. Ninety five Wildfire risk is really high. Keep going here. This is very very worrying everything you're saying especially when you put it in a big list like that. Yeah it really is and as you might imagine it's already leading some difficult conversations and then we will provide an update on the current status of the colorado river over so the colorado river is a key water source for seven states around forty million people. Ted cook is a water manager in arizona and he and his colleagues held a meeting in late april that everyone had hoped to avoid the reason. We're meeting today is at lake. Mead is thirty eight percent salt lake. Mead is the largest reservoir on the colorado river and in the country for that matter. It's just outside of las vegas and it's it's formed by the hoover dam. Y'all lauren i have been to the hoover dam o. My family and i drove over the hoover dam when you could still do that when i was fourteen. And what i remember is like precipitously tall. Massive concrete dam and a steep rock canyon. And when you look down at a dizzying so high yeah. Yeah and so back. Then you probably saw like a decent amount of water in the reservoir definitely. Yeah so since you've been there. The vars dropped by a lot since two thousand. It's fallen by a hundred and forty feet. Wow so now what you see when you look out. Is this white bath tub ring on the rocks around the reservoir which kinda shows where the water used to be and just this month it fell to its lowest point since it was first filled in nineteen thirties that is shocking and does that mean people have to start cutting back on their water us. Yeah and this summer you know. We're expecting the first ever official shortage to be declared on the river which basically means mandatory cutbacks for states like arizona. Which is why they call that meeting. Ten cook is expecting a thirty percent cut. He called pant hall reduction painful.
Biden pushes for younger adult vaccinations as variant fears grow
"The government is boosting efforts to vaccinate younger adults for Kobe nineteen amid concerns over a virus variant that's quickly spreading over the past two weeks CDC cheaper shall Lansky says new virus cases tied to the delta variance in the US have doubled to just over twenty percent Dr Anthony Fauci says the variance the biggest threat to America's push to wipe out the virus good news all vaccines are effective against the delta variant meantime the administration acknowledges the president's goal of having seventy percent of adults at least partially vaccinated by July fourth will not be met it's pushing to vaccinate those between eighteen and twenty six who had been the least likely so far to get a shot Sager mag ani Washington
White House: 70% of Americans 30 or Older Received COVID-19 Shot
"The White House says the nation is making progress in vaccinating adults against Kobe nineteen the biting ministration reports more than seventy percent of Americans thirty and older have received at least one dose it expects to read seventy percent of those twenty seven and older by July fourth the president's goal had been for seventy percent of all adults with at least one shot by then which is unlikely to happen the White House is now redoubling its focus on vaccinating younger Americans those eighteen to twenty six who have proven the least likely to get a vaccine the nationwide vaccination pays has fallen sharply over the past month as have the number of new daily virus cases and deaths Sager made Ghani Washington
BP's Role in a Net-Zero Carbon World
"What is it about that you think differentiates them in this space that it's quite progressive to say that you're you think that an oil and gas firm is exact right place to be in looking at decarbonization the energy transition. I actually think that if we want to play a critical role getting to the paris alignments the carbonized energy systems. We need to walk energy companies. I think that's the first element brooches you conscious decarbonize energy systems by walking with companies. But if we really want to get the pass alignment winnie talks support such as us which energy plus industry transport represents seventy percent of global emissions. So we need to really work with companies such as Gas companies to actually help them decarbonised in. Go along that journey. So i i don't see joining a company such as vpn Gas company which is committed to she decarbonising as a progressive jenny. I think it's actually very much lines towards the ambition on the purpose in terms of what is unique about ep. When i actually had my first conversation with the time when i was actually considering jet joining the had already involved on a series of multiple conversations with multiple types of stakeholders from institutional stakeholders eeg governments. They called as with investors across the world and with less obvious stakeholders such as ngos and some of the most challenging gio so there was a whole process of listening which was going on and that person of listening actually very much shaped his perspective and also the l. tease perspective leadership teams perspective. So what. I was actually struck by the super superstrong alignment within the whole leadership team within the company itself on this ambition to transition at the end of the day. If you're actually working in the morning gas company and your delivering energy to the world he also wanna feel good about what you're doing and in equivocally we all delivering energy to the world's anna frame of the energy transition we have capabilities in the skills to continue doing so trudy energy transition and and towards the low-carbon well
Biden Announces 300M COVID-19 Shots Given in 150 Days
"President Biden scouting another milestone in the nation's pandemic fight thanks to what he calls a months long wartime effort we've gotten three hundred million shots in the arms of Americans and hundred fifty days months ahead of or most anyone thought was possible we started with the president's likely to miss another goal having seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July fourth that's a little less than two weeks away and the CDC says about fifty two percent of the population has received at least one dose for those who haven't that's okay you still have questions but at thank you Sonder mag ani Washington
Biden to Announce 300M COVID-19 Shots Given in 150 Days
"President Biden is said to mark another milestone in the pandemic fight the White House says the president will announce three hundred million vaccine shots have been administered in his first one hundred fifty days in office well beyond his earlier goals but he's in danger of failing to meet another having seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July fourth a little more than two weeks away the CDC says about fifty two percent have received at least one dose vaccination pace has fallen sharply in recent weeks Sager mag ani Washington
Domestic Workers' Worsening Plight Around the World
"Domestic workers globally have been among the hardest hit by the caveat crisis. Losing more jobs and working hours than other sectors the un labor agency. I said on. Tuesday ilo director-general guy ryder insisted that. Despite real progress in labor laws and social security provision in some countries in the last decade these essential service providers have rarely been so vulnerable in many others. New data shows the number of domestic workers in the second quarter of two thousand and twenty twenty five to fifty percent in most latin american and caribbean countries and by seventy percent in peru compared with pre pandemic levels countries need to take action because eight ten domestic workers are informally employed and therefore lacked legal and welfare protection. The ira chief said. Many domestic workers migrant workers so their status inside the country can be called into question if they lose that job menu. Domestic work is live in employees. They could lose that launchings where they live if they lose their job as well
Is Sugar Really That Bad for You?
"The definition of sugar. I'm sure you know. But i am going to read you. My merriam webster. Official definition of sugar. Sugar is a sweet crystalline. Substance obtained chiefly from the juice of the sugarcane and the sugarbeet and maple sap used extensively as an ingredient and flavoring of certain foods and as fermenting agent in the manufacture of certain alcoholic beverages commonly known as sucrose. Well what can sugar do. Is sugar good for well. I will tell you what sugars good for. Sugar is great for causing diabetes. It's great for causing a heart disease. It's great for having a fatty liver disease and really great. And i do know this for sure. Forgiving you tooth decay. And that is so not great. And it correlates to diseases like cancer and dementia. Well it is said that an average american consumes about thirty one teaspoons every day so that means the more sugar. You eat the more weight you will. Cain right on the average forty pounds a year for each american. So that makes seventy percent of americans overweight and forty percent of kids overweight but over the last hundred years. Our taste buds have changed. Today everything needs to be super sweet. Have you noticed that. Even foods we don't tend to think says sweet have become ultra sweet traditional wheat paste breads for example contain a lot of sugar while sugar is important for fermentation and getting yeast to activate the next time. You reach for a loaf of honey. Whole-wheat check the label. It may surprise
Charitable Giving in the U.S. Reaches All-Time High in 2020
"Charitable giving hit an all time high in twenty twenty Americans gave more to charity last year than in twenty nineteen despite an economic downturn due to covert nineteen the record total was four hundred and seventy one billion dollars that's according to Indiana university's Lilly family school of philanthropy which research and wrote the report it's the first study to provide a comprehensive look into how donors big and small stepped up to meet the increased needs brought by the economic crisis racial unrest and global pandemic giving by individuals which made up most of the donations last year rose by about two percent the biggest object came from foundations they increase their giving by seventy percent I'm Shelley Adler
How to Take Your Business From Unpredictable to Wildly Profitable
"It was three a m. I was laying in bed asleep and the phone rang. It woke me up. I sat up in bed. Put the phone to my ear. Inn knew it was bad. I jumped out of bed. Got dressed hopped in my car. Hit the highway going eighty miles an hour. The sun was coming up. And i made a turn on the street. Where my law firm was. I pulled into the parking lot. And i saw my beautiful law firm burning to the ground. My secretary lauri also got the call from the fire department and we sat in the parking lot hugged and cried. I immediately started thinking about the workday ahead and my clients and my staff howard. The lawyers gonna get their files. Some are going to be in court and just a few hours. And what about the new clients calling my firm. That morning will back to that in a minute. This wasn't the worst fire. I have ever experienced by the way a couple of years later. I got a call in the afternoon from the person who sent me the most business out of anybody. He sent me seventy percent of my business. He was the guerrilla. Tv lawyer my town and he had never called myself on before he said. We need to meet today. I knew immediately that another fire was brewing. He had never been to my office before we had been sending him over four million dollars a year in referral fees and i was extremely indebted to this person. He came in sat on my couch and he said we are no longer setting you business. What i began to panic he walked out. I was given no reason and one short meeting. I felt like my entire identity and livelihood was destroyed.
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"A broadcast at the bitcoin. Twenty twenty one conference el salvador's president naib a announced that he will send a bill to the country's congress to make bitcoin legal tender. Currently the us dollar is legal tender in the country. El salvador will partner with the digital wallet companies strike to build up bitcoin financial infrastructure strike first launched its mobile payments app in the country. Back in march quickly becoming el salvador's most downloaded up. So there's some demand. There el salvador largely operates as a cash economy with about seventy percent of the population without bank accounts or credit cards one would think ripe for cryptocurrency to be adopted in possibly mass numbers currently about twenty percent of the country's gdp comes from remittances sent home from migrants abroad and bitcoin transfers for these would avoid international transfer fees. Or you know that would be something that could be sold to a person who's thinking about getting into this time continues to crack down on bitcoin trading and mining as many currency related accounts..
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"Have about seventy percent of the ballots returned and that's where we're at right now orders can still drop off their mail in ballots at their local County Board of elections many of the offices have set up drive through ballot drop offs at A. B. C.'s Ryan burrow new home sales fell by more than fifteen percent in March you're listening to ABC news stay connected stay informed the como morning news seven oh right now Tuesday morning in the mostly cloudy in Seattle without justice sort of a tantalizing sun break or two it's forty six degrees in downtown Seattle along with great Herschel timeout the factor here the top stories from the common twenty four seven news center as more states begin to slowly relaxed social distancing rules local computer projections suggest covert nineteen death rates will be higher than previously thought we get the update from couples Brian Calvert our state hit its hospitalization peak awhile back but the death numbers are still rising now seven hundred and sixty five the curve is flattening but that's also lengthening the time this is going to take with all that taken into account our best estimate is going up Dr Chris Murray at the U. W. skins to toot for health metrics and evaluation says they are working on a model that takes a relaxation of distancing into account we're not there yet but Murray and his lab had previously forecasted win some states might see numbers drop significantly but as we're seeing the epidemic now not going away as quickly as we thought even our recommendations for those dates will probably shift out farther Marie now projects U. S. deaths by August to be above seventy four thousand that's six thousand more than an April twenty second projection he told CNN last night that if you're focused on protecting people's health social distancing absolutely must stay in place Brian Calvert komo news the great outdoors are about to re open for business in Washington with some important restrictions and we get that from Cuomo's Corwin hate starting Tuesday may fifth Washingtonians may once again access parks trail heads boat ramp and golf courses as governor Jay Inslee moves to allow some pre pandemic privileges outdoor enthusiasts Shawn Carlson welcomes the change side.
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"about seventy percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So the fact that the federal government still considers THC or the marijuana side, a class one drug violation. How does that impact your business on an ongoing basis? Well, first of all, each and every morning people from around the country have to get up in acknowledged that they're going to work in a business that is considered federally illegal. And so I used to describe myself as delusional confident confidence Jeffrey were both for and against you. Three -ality is, is that I think most people understand that the genie is out of the bottle, and that the industry is probably doing creating form. We're benefit than any harm that it was ever given. I mean cannabis is existed on almost every street corner in America for probably more than, you know, eighty five ninety years again? Reefer madness, really starting to change the public's perspective opinion on not even getting conspiracies associated with that did give a break pretty good synopsis of the history. Of marijuana and your first show is incredibly proud in houses seem accurate. That was a soco's to you and your producers, Jeff. But the reality is that there's still some several key aspects that I think most people in America business owners take for granted the first of which is access to traditional basing what we are doing is illegal at the federal level. Whether you're licensed of business operator in a state like Colorado or not in, so generally speaking, you do not have access to abate that is ensured FDIC. And so this is a business that is walk with fraught or opportunity for risk, because, you know, it's been theorized that more than eighty percent of industry that is now probably five to seven billion dollars is transacted in cash cash is cool and sexy for about twenty eight twenty four to forty eight hours. But then it becomes a real real burden. And so that's the single biggest issue that we deal with his business owners. And then as a public traded company on Canadian stock exchange. Now war excitingly here in the United States on the OTC markets. I'm talking specifically about Dixie brands. We have some nominal baking issues, you know, smaller businesses that are not publicly traded have much, much larger business in some Beijing is the first issue is paramount to normalize in a complete way this industry. The second is the tax station and specifically to eighty which is a highly technical portion of the tax code, but designed primarily in the late seventies early eighties, also known as the drug kingpin tax code that prevented precluded you know, cocaine Cowboys, if you will, in south Florida's specifically my any somebody enough speedboats best cars in machine guns, which. By the way, I don't think there's anybody that would argue or debate the importance of that. But unfortunately, you know, thirty five years later that same tax code is create an effective. Excuse me, tax rate for retail business owners in the cannabis space of upwards of seventy percent. And it's not it's not something that is tenable long term business that are doing, you know, more than one hundred million dollars in revenue are seen very, very small levels of profit. And so there's the risk Jeffrey, that the industry is going to be choked out, if you will, in less these tax codes are going to be resolved. And that's clearly one of the issues that is discussed in the safe Bank. Now that is very, very near to passing will be a milestone for the industry. Absolutely. Now, I want to I want to remind our listeners, many of whom are business folks, that think about that. Think about seventy percent ongoing percentage of taxation. I'm not sure that many of us could run businesses if we were paying seventy percent in tax now. I'd like to also make underscore, one other point that trip made and it is the one that suggests this right now, the whole issue of immigration is a hotly contested issue globally, and certainly, it's going to be an issue for our upcoming election. Many people are taking different positions for against, and, of course, we all know what the Trump is what I thought was most fascinating is, you know, we're encouraging at the government level, we're encouraging people to wait in line do the right thing, and go through the protocol to become American citizens, which I completely believe, in indoors, having said that, if you wait in line for your five to seven years, and you've got a job. The you're paying for your kids college education. You're paying taxes in the state of Colorado or Washington, virtually anybody else that allows recreational marijuana or medicinal marijuana. Right. And you are on your seventy eighth year and you're painfully waiting to get your citizenship. There is a line item on the. Immigration document that basically says what is your profession? And if the answer to that question is anything that has to do with cannabis despite the fact that it is? Now employing is roughly twenty five thousand businesses and several hundred thousand people in the space. None of those people will be allowed citizenship. The Bill came up in front of Trump to strike that specific sub note in the immigration code, and he took a pass. So I want to underscore, the fact that it's not only impacting taxation and many other problems at the federal level, but it's also a fundamental issue in the area of, you know, appropriately becoming a citizen of the United States. Do you have any thoughts on that? Absolutely. I mean late last year. It was reported forgive me. I can't attributed quote. But it was suggested that US marijuana businesses will likely for employees more individuals than US manufacturing by the year. Twenty twenty I mean, when you think about that it's an incredibly compelling statistic, candidates, one of the single, fastest growing sectors in our economy, certainly it is a new level of tax base that states like Colorado, and now, California, Nevada, Massachusetts, that have been mentored adult us are starting to really really benefit from, you know, five years later really starting to see the material impacts of those tax dollars in building schools improving teachers salaries. You know, our current governor governor Jerry police is now going to allow for US publicly traded companies to own Colorado. Privately-owned marijuana businesses. And so, again, these are transformative, but it's incredibly important to note the, the level of high policy, if you will. And I'm not complaining because ten years later, I'm almost comfortably numb. Situations that, you know, business owner CEO's, including my partner experience is bizarre. Because again, you can be a publicly traded company in a country, both in Canada and in the United States. But yet you as an employee of that company, run the risk of not being able to access traditional services or even if your potentially, you know, non-citizen but, you know, working towards green card that you could be asked to leave. This is untenable, and I don't think it's really what the voters expected. And I think the current administration is likely going to understand that because in states like Colorado in the last the previous federal election, you know, more people voted for the legal. His Asian of marijuana. They did President Obama most elected officials. Jeffrey, do not want to be on the one side of that. And, you know, certainly being led by our lustrous governor here in the state of Colorado and really making sure that the industry as an opportunity to thrive. Let me just underscore, one point, obviously everybody knows trip is from Denver his businesses in Denver. Although he does business in a number of countries and certainly other states, but I'd like to bring, you know, our listeners, fear or New York, and I want to underscore, he's talking about Jared policy and prior to that, of course, it was John Hickenlooper who's now running for president. That was first mayor, then governor etc. And, but in our in our state here in New York, we have governor Cuomo now to give you an idea. He is pushing for adult use, and indeed, he has set aside for one hundred million dollars in the budget in late two thousand twenty so for perspective for the New York community that would mean a four billion dollar recreational or adult us business, tax ten percent to generate four hundred million dollars. So the next speculation of a very large business here, at least from a financial standpoint. And if you think about what four hundred million could do I came to work today in the subway. And I would just like to say that I'd like to see a few of those. Go into the subway personally anyway. Moving along from there trip. We're going to have to run here. We've got some other folks that are on the line that we're going to have to chat with can you give us maybe a thirty second final point of view on what you see is the outlook for the category going forward? Yeah. Absolutely. I think whether you'd be an institutional investor or an everyday individual investor, there's tremendous opportunity in jeopardy. You and I are collaborating now on a couple of opportunities. We haven't give any same close to those because it's too early. But you really starting to see a seismic shift in just a few weeks in your great city of New York. I'm going to be co host unit event called MJ micro, which is a Michael micro cap conference..
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"Welcome back Friday edition of the Mark Arum show a SEC championship edition of the Mark air. I love saying that guys. I love saying the SEC championship edition of the work air. Mark. You just like saying the Mark Arum that too that too. Get used to it Mark. Because let me tell you something this team that Kirby smart showing up with tomorrow at Mercedes Benz stadium is the worst team he will show up there with for the next three year just down. About seventy percent. I think it's sixty eight percent or are sophomores or younger. This will be the least experienced in probably the worst of the teams that he will show up with in that game for the next three years. Chuck data pouring Honey in my ears that being said, what are we going to see tomorrow on the field? Chuck in your expert opinion. Georgia's going to hang tough. And I think has a has a punchers chance to win this thing if you even get into the fourth quarter and make it a kickers game. Believe me, I love our special teams over there. So if they could come down to like it did last year an opportunity for a field goal kicker to win it. I'll take the dogs. Scott howard. You are the voice of the dogs. What do you expect to see tomorrow on the turf at Mercedes Benz? I think we might see a lot of office in this game. Actually, I mean, these are the two high scoring offices in the southeastern conference Alabama's almost fifty points a game. Georgia's just over forty points a game. You know defense is aside. I think I think maybe the offense is might rule this win. Hopefully, it's close to tight. Maybe we even go overtime you that would be. Yeah. As long as it comes down to a Blankenship field goal attempt. I'm.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Little sick of this guy David Stockman You've been wrong since the beginning? Of time I read today Stockman unhinged. White House to cause the stock market crash What's really. Interesting about that is he's been predicting a crash for a long time Welcome back to that in a. Moment what else on the check this out Mr Stockmann consumer confidence pops in August The highest level since October two thousand Remember consumers they represent about seventy percent of the economy And, when they're confident they spend money. When they, spend money the stock market keeps going up Here's what it said. Consumer confidence rose in August its highest level since October two, thousand building on July's solid results The, Conference Board index climbed to one hundred and thirty three point four in August. Despite expectations from a. Survey of, Reuters economists who said it would fall well so much for Reuters and, other economists You know when you spend your life predicting something that is unpredictable And. Worse yet you end up making. Investment moves based on said predictions. You end up like David Stockman I wonder how his is doing Expectations which had declined in June. And July bounced back in August And continue, to suggest solid economic growth for the remainder of twenty eighteen So says Lynn Franco director of economic indicators at the Conference Board August saw that optimism increased among consumers with the percentage of. Consumers expecting business, conditions will get better over the next six months Increasing to twenty four point three percent to twenty two point nine percent So this historically means Healthy consumer spending and healthy consumer spending. Accounts for seventy percent Of US economic activities also we're finding out that the Atlanta, fed believes, that this, next quarter we will produce four point, three percent GDP growth something that a mere two years ago Would, have been, considered double the new normal and unachievable So much for, the naysayers back on Stockman homework on, him because I I'm not really have been following him but I get newsletters and so forth where. He's been crying wolf now for the past several years and I picked, up a piece written actually by a friend of mine Mike Norman Am I used to appear on national television with. Nice guy we weren't on exactly the same side of the aisle all, the time But we became friends And I remember many times when I was like, on FOX or whatever and I, would agree with them they would say, no disagree with them I'm not going. To disagree with of disagreeing just because I'm supposed to be let's just, say on the right and he's, supposed to be more on the left Pretty amazing how close we all really, are envious breakdown some of those, barriers and maybe take the ego out of it But then, again you know that's politics but he's a. He's a really good guy. And a nice guy and a smart guys got I don't know if he's a so-called economists, I suspect he probably is and I think we were somehow on the same radio network as I. Used studio lutts anyway here's here's what, he wrote back then about Mr Stockmann now. Everybody knows what maybe you, don't remember maybe you're not old. Enough to remember but David Stockman worked in the Reagan. Administration he was the budget director the office of management and budget Oh Gino m. B And here's. What he said now this was done in twenty fifteen twenty fifteen Stockman has been. Wrong about everything he wrote this three years ago He's been wrong about interest rates wrong, about debt wrong about so-called money printing. And inflation and market crashes and, just wrong back in twenty. Eleven when I, was working at. FOX I ran into David Stockman. This is again Mike Norman speaking And we got to talking he was ranting about the debt, and how the Chinese wouldn't, finance us pretty soon he had all. Those false beliefs like the rest, of the people who are. Still stuck in, gold standard thinking Our dollars. Come from us I tried to explain to him not the Chinese he. Wouldn't buy. It he was adamant that the Marco was about to take interest rates much much higher why I remember that Many of us were. Convinced that interest rates we're going to go up. Back in twenty eleven. Number we got downgraded standard and Poor's downgraded from AAA to AA, and everybody said. Oh oh my gosh Are going to get more expensive because. The US is not rated as strongly as it was the day before and, the, exact opposite happened Anyway a few months later he goes on to say that he bumped into him again at FOX Talking the same nonsense, only this time he, was furious because he said the fed was keeping interest rates artificially low Matt could have been an arguable point I suspect there's some truth to that I don't know if it. Was artificial I think it was necessary Mike Norman goes on to, say I pointed out to him that the. Last time we spoke he said at. The bond market market vigilance We're going to push rates higher and there was, nothing that, the fed could do about it He had no response. He just looked at me like, I was some kind of dummy who simply didn't get it Anyway This is twenty two thousand. Fifteen here we are today and the federal debt is four trillion higher than we were back in two thousand. Eleven it's even higher than. That, now, obviously and the rate on the ten year treasuries over a full percentage point. Lower he goes on to, say put that in your pipe and smoke it David So so, anyway Mike was right then and he's right. Now Because here's, what Stockman is saying He's saying that the that first of all Trump and the White House is unhinged Of course he's not, going to get an argument out of. A lot, of people on the. Trump side but tired to argue with success folks it's very very hard to argue you could argue about. Rhetoric till you're blue in the face. And many probably have a reasonable point there he's not a politician that's for sure And, he doesn't give the. Same articulate speeches that people like Barack Obama did but man has he performed from an economic standpoint and. Don't tell me this is you know A. That Obama got it started yeah of course the trend line was going in the, right direction But everybody everybody Mohammed Al Arian. And Bill Gross. And, all the. Guys that most of us have great respect for Called. The two, percent GDP, the new, normal that's where it was supposed to be in an a scant few months really Of deregulation tax cuts and a whole different enthusiasm from an economic, standpoint And look at what the US is producing it's nothing short of phenomenal seriously The economy isn't strong and it can't take the punishment that's coming out of an unhinged White House. And a Washington policy environment where they all have their heads in the sand so. Said Stockman just the other day In fact according to him the China trade war is the primary catalyst that. Could finally push stocks over the edge I mean he wants to be praying for it If you cry. Wolf long enough the wolf. Eventually will, show up there's no question about that And, I don't, like trade wars anymore than you. Are probably anybody else does I think it's been pointed out by the White House and others we lost this trade war along time ago and we might. Have to suffer a little.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"Fire has now burned, two hundred sixty seven thousand acres growing about seventy percent over the weekend as of last night it was thirty three percent contained now, the second largest fire in the state's history and the biggest one in California that firefighters. Are currently battling a PG any apprentice. Lineman becomes the seventh person to die in the car. Fire near reading twenty one year old gyrus I yet was involved in. A vehicle accident while on duty trying to restore power to rural areas affected by the fire family says he, knew the. Risks of his job but he was dedicated to helping others. I gotta was a native of Uganda but he lived in. Santa Rosa Authorities say, a man was. Killed and two, others were injured during a, shooting, on the. Bay bridge early this. Morning that caused a multi vehicle crash. And shut down lanes for hours if since been reopened at the, HP is reporting the men were riding in. An SUV heading from San Francisco to. Oakland at about two thirty this morning when a car pulled up alongside. And someone opened fire, on that SUV Venezuelan investigators hunting for those behind the failed attempt to assassinate President Nicolas Maduro with explosives Laden drones have raided hotels and seized vehicles while. Interviewing six suspects for details of the plot the socialist government alleged yesterday that detained suspects conspired with others in Miami and the capital of neighboring Colombia though they offered no specific evidence and the trial of Paul Manafort enters a second. Week here's, Joe Johns cheese in a position where, the prosecutors and the defense are fighting. Over whether there was some kind of, a deal behind the scenes essentially To keep. Her out of. Jail what went into. That what was going on behind the scenes especially when you're dealing with the special counsel in the Russia investigation Joe Johns referring to accountant Cindy LaPorta who testified on Friday former. Trump campaign chairman Paul manafort's defense lawyers will cross, examine her today and churches are now accepting plastic and pay pal according to Jon Preston the.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on Halfway There | Christian Testimonies | Spiritual Formation, Growth, and Personal Experiences with God
"It'll take you to the archives and roll down. You'll find this particular episode and the other a most recent episodes there you can. You can click on what is your goal and how, how can people help you best? So our goal was to be there yesterday, but right, didn't reach that. So. And I say that cheek, but I mean, we wanna be there today to yesterday. We, we're excited to go. We've been preparing for this for years. We've gone through tradings and we've read books both the algae and history of Ireland. We're, we're ready to go. We're excited and we're primed, but we're at about seventy percent of our total support. Instead, what that means is we still need about thirty people at one hundred dollars a month giving to us on a monthly basis, and then we can get on that plane and go. We've raised Oliver outgoing costs. So we're done there. We just need. We just need faithful monthly partners, and then we can finally get there and enjoying the team. So our goal is to be there as a SAP. Absolutely. So, okay. So I don't know if God is stirred something in your heart for Ireland. You know, we talked a little bit about the the need there. The. People who are you guys share some stories with me last week about the just the hopelessness that a lot of people seem seem to be feeling there is they kind of make this migration toward atheism. There's there isn't really any kind of future that they, but they expect her or thank and so you guys are gonna go in and kind of bring the the joy of Christ to to bear upon that situation. So friends, if you want to be part of that, you can go out and support. Chris enjoy world venture dot com slash CJ Copeland that's within ECIP LAND odd links in the show notes at after their podcasts dot com. Anything else you guys want to add? And if anybody wants to meet with us, whether it's over Skype or in person, they can send us a message from that website. You mentioned her and we'd be happy to Skype or or or driving meet you and talk and. And we'll buy you coffee and share with your whole entire story because there's a lot more to our story today. A little bit. But also, you know, if you're on a mission sport at your church, you're looking for people who are aligning with with your your vision of reaching Europe. These guys are Christian joy or your your people. So reach out. Thank you. Really appreciate you. Thanks for being here. I appreciate you sharing your story and I'm going to be praying for you guys that that you do get there as soon as possible. Thank you.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on The FitCast
"Now that i know that the audience is like about seventy percent professionals personal trainers strength coaches physical therapists in the industry i'm sure they would love to hear like what are your best practices just for you know providing you know great movement for for folks out there when it comes to the warm up just making sure that we're prepping people for the strain training and the conditioning that we're about to have them do you know i mean there's you know there's there's more than one way to skin a cat of course you know in my mind the idea is is is to is obviously to your point to prep people to move so you know foam roll don't from role okay you know there's there's that debate that's been out there for a while and to be honest with you you know does people who don't from rural who feel fine okay you know i i'm i know there's people out there who think that if you static stretch you know you're the anti christ and it's all based on a study that that showed that static stretching reduces power within a key fact that people miss is that it reduces power output within a sixty second window or something like that a very short period of time which quickly returns chester hamstrings for two minutes straight and then trying to article jump yeah i mean that's not really realistic scenario folks you know i honestly.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The problems and the rage that you feel and by the way this is not sarcasm we have talked about this before this goes back to the story about to msnbc a host joy reid where she came out and said that the rural americans ari core threat to our democracy now we referenced it yesterday we we were reid said that i i i said it a couple of times uh but really never got to these specific story yesterday she pointed out drew liberal author uh that they claim trump supporters do not believe in the constitution um and the the the one of the reasons is because of the the way that the senate is made up the electoral college and everything else i'm not really sure with the with the liberal author was trying to make because the electoral college and the senate makeup is all part of the constitution so i i don't know what he meant but i want to specifically go to msnbc host joy reid who talked about the fact that rural americans are the court threat to the demise of to our democracy uh msnbc same by 2014 about seventy percent of americans are expected to live uh in the fifteen large estates uh they will only have thirty senators serving them while the remaining thirty percent of americans will have seventy senators representing them uh this is a court threat to our democracy the rural minority uh the people that j why sexton that liberal the writer just wrote a long thread about have them will continue to have a disproportionate power over the urban majority uh reid said the gerrymandering reform and the uh removal of the electoral college would be a start in fixing the issue but one thing that they fail the mention is yeah in in in the senate you have you know every states have every state has you know for example two senators but the house changes drastically in those states that have a huge population so the advantage in the house goes uh uh the advantage in the house goes to as we all know at that particular point to those big states that have huge congressional majority's based on population uh the reason that the senate exists is because of the concern all of the founding fathers of something that liberals use to be concerned about and that is the fact that uh the tyranny of the majority over the minority.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I remillard abc about seventy percent of the works around the country now are these collaboration spaces in in this this is what i miss like like when my boss pete used to have an office i could go so there any time i wanted in sometimes you close the door and have a conversation and now it's difficult to do that because he's he works in a room with two other with two other people if you don't have even a benign talk if to go to the nice elation which makes it will greg you're in trouble that's it yeah because i don't feel like going in there in a lot of the stuff that we talk about it just i'm thinking about maybe an idea that i have for the show and he does a lot of reading and hill low throughout a fact toys dental send me may be in another direction or about an article he read the small leader something that he looked out in the paper and so it's always been good and beneficial and plus it helps to their friendship because were friends and i don't feel like i can walk in that room and do that anymore like you said we have these other rooms that used to be offices in feel like if you're pulled a manager in their cassoma windows on him look at their annual obor brought up shows really get no order he'd oval george h r in there so when i do like our collaborator in rome where we build the show every day and i and i and i see i see the value of that i think it's actually very most people don't like most people and that's like it's a big that's you know it's okay like most people think about it yes it is true if you're going around with you shiokawa radio or else yeah and tracy taylor with a look at your drive right now where it's still a little on the lower side on southbound 405 getting through factoria in a newcastle and then we had that earlier incident that's northbound five onramp from merthyr a dot says it's still there that cell that's partially blocking the ramp traffic brought to you by budget batteries the best service lowest prices on batteries for your car atv motor home boats golf carts anything that drives and needs a battery 11 puget sound locations budgetbatterycom tara radio realtime traffic antitaylor they're calling it so.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Coaching is about seventy percent of the game in college football the big ten finally decided to spend money and it's paying off where colin was right listen i like alec smith but i've seen this so many times the weather gets cold around october november it gets windy era gets colder defenses start improving and alec smith becomes alex smith yesterday one touchdown opec's third time this year with all those weapons and that creative head coach just one touchdown pass i like alec smith we go crazy somebody has a good september buffalo bills sign him to a long contract media goes nuts i've watched alex smith for ten years i like him i don't trust him novemberdecember january prove me wrong yesterday look like the alec smith who is good not great work on was right were calling was wrong with that we go to new york via the coward global satellite network peter king absolutely must read absolute must go to cite the money morning quarterback dot com okay aaron rodgers gone i don't think they have a lot to give other people to get a star quarterback what's the solution here peter what do you do if your green bay i mean if i'm green bay i at least place a phone call the colin kaepernick and i don't say that you're coming in to take a break unleased job bread unleashed has been in the system now for a long time they've invested a lotta time and energy and him he's the backup quarterback for a reason i thought he was awful yesterday and the question is do you want to uh give your season up.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Find out that about seventy percent of americans will be or were affected by this echo facts went into the nile mode echo facts wanted to shutdown mode their servers couldn't do anything we saw signs of this over the summer in august in our office we just didn't know what was going on because the servers were dow allott and we had issues there but this issue creates a whole new set of circumstances and if you're someone that's got anxiety on a woman i don't want to drive you crazy i want to um you know give you some information that's important but here's something to consider when echo fax cut breached it meant that these files about each of us i used rob before r use mitch now the mitch kelly credit file which by the way is a valuable credit file because the guy's going to fight go score of like eight fifty eight you know the highest the highest or you can get he has it so that for a criminal that's a very valuable score he watches his credit like crazy he'll ask the questions when something happens he'll get he'll do an inquiry he buys a car you'll see that is score goes down five to eight points at you know drives me crazy because he wants to you know wise must horror 848 or eight forty and naughty fifty two good thing to drive yourself crazy about but from a protection standpoint what i want people like mitch and for you that are listening to think about is checking your retirement accounts i heard last week from a friend of mine and finance that when he called for delegate fidelity has actually put in some software that's voice recognition which is great and you asked all why is that important wise voice recognition important why is this an important issue it's important because when the thieves take the information from echo facts they have your full social they have your mother's maiden name to have your father's middle name you get where i'm going with this they have your address they will these other they have enough information to create havoc for.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Get it about seventy percent right yeah that's probably right but then tell me what you got wrong so so what we didn't get right is you've got a whole bunch of people who get help from the government now you get people with low incomes on medicaid or or low income smoothie infertile if you if you were in you get your insurance for your employer you get attacked subsidy that makes that apple said with medicare thing with russia but if you're in the middle class in your buy insurance on your own you don't get a subsidy so we left out the middle class and so all the pro a political scientist will probably say that was in the slightest political move we so we have we've the affordability burden people are more or less protected from unless the middle class that i think that's updated desperately needs to be fixed do you think it made a difference in the 2016 election thought as of that i think it did of the related identity difference neto look i mean i would say that there are probably three or four the differences here and in any one of them late of teams the outcome but certainly this was this was something that uh the above their became something that was that i think that this is a both in the wasn't executed well that republicans to find better than the democrats the fundamentally defined it basically is everything you don't like about the healthcare system call it obamacare if your doctor loses office a block of a block away that probably was obamacare so cut your hours that was probably obamacare and it wasn't until it was something other that obamacare that that that reality right i don't blame anybody but our cells for that that making sure that the pieces that people actually very much value the pace of protection pizzas word where we're at appropriate associated with the democrats up to look at themselves i also think the republicans have to look at themselves too because if they look over the last seven years at the supreme court cases at denying medicaid expansion the three million people at which drove up rates for everybody else at that defunding the race stabilisation fund which would have kept rates lower there's everybody has a little bit of butter hair that and i think the.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Obamacare and then the conservatives look or some conservatives look at the bill and in order to appease the moderates it's essentially about seventy percent of all of obama care still remains and they say this is not why we were elected to office so what are you gonna do really what are you going to do the problem lies in the original sin of obamacare past with not a single republican vote in the most too so subterfuge way you could possibly pass a bill and the whole region that was passed was in order to eventually have single payer healthcare in the united states which is called nationalize healthcare that is the purpose of obamacare it's almost made to fail the villa i don't believe was deliberately they've been think how can we make this frail but it was in the sense that it couldn't be sustained and they knew that if it does starts to weaken then people will simply say okay not enough americans are covered the preexisting conditions shoe it's now a given even among republicans with preexisting conditions it doesn't apply to any of her insurance in life preexisting condition means that insurance isn't insurance i'll buy insurance well i get sick one eight prager seven.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on WGTK
"Of obamacare and then the conservatives look or some conservatives look at the bill and in order to appease the moderates it's essentially about seventy percent of all of obamacare still remains and they say this is not why we were elected to office so what are you going to do really what are you going to do the problem lies in the original sin of obamacare passed without a single republican vote in the most so subterfuge way you could possibly pass a bill and the whole reason that was passed was in order to eventually have single payer healthcare in the united states which is called nationalize healthcare that is the purpose of obamacare it's almost made to fail even i don't believe was deliberately they didn't think how could we make this fail but it was in the sense that it couldn't be sustained and they knew that if it does start to weaken then people will simply say okay not enough americans are covered the preexisting condition issue it's now a given even among republicans with preexisting condition it doesn't apply to any other insurance in life preexisting condition means that insurance isn't insurance.
"about seventy percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Like illness about seventy percent of people have that bullseye rash but if you don't have the rash than you might not think of lyme disease lot of it is just thinking about it microbiologist and parasite expert dr bobby brit says of you have symptoms and believe you've been exposed to ticks it's best to seek immediate treatment once the bacteria get into your blood during they go to other areas and then you start getting some of the damage caused like the earth rightist in so if you treat at that point it kills the bacteria but the arthritis has already present so you may have some long standing symptoms for more information talk with your doctor or visit mayo clinic dot org bruce helford of much seven albuquerque cbs sti cave in an email is the latest bit of evidence which raised new questions about contacts between russians and people close to donald trump here's cbs's steven portnoy the new york times reports an intermediary email donald trump jr promising russian government information on hillary clinton ethics lawyer richard painter worked in the george w bush white house at the facts relating than they are pawns article our crew at at donald trump jr no are that the russians were going to give him information that they had obtained illegally which is how the russians obtaining such information about american citizens i think is a very serious trouble the shen lawyer who took the meeting tells nbc news top campaign aides badly wanted dirt on clinton steven portnoy cbs news the white house investigators are looking at the yesterday's military plane crash in rural western mississippi that left sixteen dead should be us is david begg no at the scene in the small town of it a beano says whitney this is report seeing a fire on occasionally 130 as it came down you've got wreckage strewn for miles in fact there was a parachute across the road from the wreckage but there was no body attached and at least one part of the plane is probably from what we saw a good two miles away an american military man is facing terror charges should be us jeff gays.