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"adleman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Fame now here's Rick Adleman welcome to the Riggleman show Heinrich Adleman all right let's not get our expectations out of whack here there's a lot more news you know it's really I've been doing this radio show almost thirty years arsenal never for doing it and I was talking with one gentleman who works on the radio station and and he's long since retired and he said to me what are you gonna talk about every week about money how much is there to talk about well unfortunately there's an awful lot to talk about and this week is no exception here some of the headlines that we need to cover for you California state university it's the nation's largest four year public university system nearly five hundred thousand undergrads in the California State University system they just announced this week that all twenty three campuses are going to be closed for the fall semester instruction will be exclusively online the chancellor of the university Timothy white told the board this week that the risks are simply too great we cannot place the students at their health in jeopardy he says the fall semester will be entirely online McGill University in Montreal that's one of Canada's most prestigious universities they made the same announcement this week we expect this to reverberate through out the higher education system as other colleges and universities follow their lead no word on them lowering the tuition at all so even though your student is going to be living at home staring out a laptop for the entire fall semester they're gonna pay the same cost of tuition he wrote we got to wonder whether it's really worth going to college in that kind of environment and if you're a student at Merritt college in Illinois you're not even going to have that opportunity the schools a hundred and seventy four years old yeah it's survived the civil war but corona virus killed at MacMurray college has announced it's going to close here at the end of this month the end of may Roberts a Minsky he is a professor at the university of Pennsylvania wrote a book that was just published in February right before the pandemic and in it he says that twenty percent of the nation's private colleges are going to close this year the American council on education says in Romans gonna fall fifteen percent in September revenue drop of forty five billion dollars last year according to the council independent colleges the American Association of state colleges and universities and the chronicle of higher education they jointly say that sixty percent of schools have missed their enrollment targets which means they didn't get as many students to enroll as they thought which means they're not earning the revenues that they expected facing major budget deficits as a result will other colleges fall the way of McMurray and closing over the next academic year by the way this past season did you use a five twenty nine plan to help pay for college for your students well when colleges went online a lot of them sent refunds not of tuition but of the room and board because what they send the kids home so they didn't have to pay for the dorms are certainly weren't paying for the food halls so you would have got a refund if you pay for college with the five twenty nine plan and you now get a refund on your room and board that refund is taxable income unless you put the money back into the five twenty nine within sixty days of having received it not only will be taxable if you don't put the money back into the account you'll also owe a ten percent IRS penalty are you kidding me it's bad enough that the schools shut down at spring break bad enough they sent your kid pack in bad enough that they're sending you a refund now if you use the money for your five twenty nine you can taxes and a penalty I don't go away speaking a refund speaking of government checks did you get yours yet if you have not gotten your check your your twelve hundred Bucks twenty four hundred if you're married.
Edelman Trust Barometer reveals impact of the coronavirus response
"Global communications firm Adleman is released its first ever midyear update to its trust barometer it looks a trust amid the Kobe nineteen pandemic the study reveals in just the past five months there's been a record rise in trust across the four major institutions of government business media and NGOs trust in the government is actually surged eleven point since January making it one of the most trusted institutions for the very first time here discuss the findings CEO of Adleman Richard Elman Richard Hey great to have you won thank you for joining us I'm really fascinated by this year we've got many governments that have been scrutinized for how they responded to the pandemic are you surprised by these findings and looking specifically here in the U. S. is there a difference between how federal officials are viewed versus those at the local and state so this is really like World War two this is a different time to two thousand one after nine eleven and two thousand eight after the Great Recession this is a global pandemic is across industries it is having an economic and health effect and therefore government becomes the last bastion of trust now we believe this is actually a trust bubble that it won't last from longer than Christmas because people will be disappointed when their jobs don't come back and when they run out of PPP fines but for now government for the first time is the most trusted institution in the world now in the US it's interesting that trust in local government is a very important part of overall government trust and I think that that's what makes it different from the rest of the world federal government trust very much depends on whether you are a Republican or a Democrat you're a Republican very high trust in the federal government Democrats not so much but local government state Democrats higher than Republicans interesting to hear you say about this trust bubble you know as the country moves to reopen there's this debate between do we save lives or do we save the economy what do people view the government should be the government's top priority right now you know I would say that's a false choice and I would hope that China everyone obeys health officials as to what is safe for employees customers and the community but when business is open it is down to business to decide how to rearrange the restaurants for example Starbucks is actually opening stores but minimizing the in store seating and making sure that each employee has P. P. and the customer stay six feet apart from each other in line so that's a safe way to proceed so it's going to be on business airlines for example do you wear a mask before you get on the flight probably sell health passports for hotels it's an important matter to put health first but then business has to use this moment of re opening as a major opportunity to re ignite the economy out it's all based on trust I want to turn to the business sector how does the public feel about how CEOs and big corporations have handled this pandemic show business is not doing well yet I think business is actually if you think about like like a bike race the sort of gone behind the lead biker and that's actually been government so far but now it's time for business to pull up ahead because the re opening is all down to business execution and so thus far there are some concerns about the treatment of employees about town actually having products available on but the smart companies Unilever for example are extending credit terms for small business so that they don't have to pay so quickly are also making a big effort to educate consumers through their brands for example how to wash your hands are probably twenty seconds top and bottom in between all good because brand should not be silent now brands have to tell the communities how they're actually adapting their products also to a less affluent time we have thirty million Americans who are now unemployed or under employed and we have to have products that are priced appropriately that are available in smaller sizes and that child to people's budgets this is important like heck you know we're sure there are some people who want to return to work and among when you look at health authorities and government officials business leaders who people feel should be the one to call back shot and make the determination about whether you do go back to work it's not politicians and it's not business executives it's health experts it's doctors it's people with expertise they have to tell us when it is safe and we may have another outbreak and it cannot be a blame game between business and government we have to be on the same team and if you're thinking about this bike race again I love the idea of business and government being at the same pace and and writing alongside each other as they go across the finish line because it's absolutely going to be the health experts doctor found G. Dr Burks and others who are going to carry this forward Richard Adam and Richard great to see you thank you very much for joining us thank you
Trapped In Wuhan During COVID-19 | Jen Knight
"Gen nine says that she won the in laws lottery when it comes to Chinese husband's parents but luck wasn't on our side this past January when a day after she arrived in her husband's hometown just outside of Wuhan for a Spring Festival celebration. The Chinese Government started shutting down all transit lakes into and out of the area effectively trapping her at ground. Zero of what would soon come to be known as the covert Nineteen Corona virus outbreak. She was as she easily admits terrified and filled isolated but what helped her feel less alone was participating in a study. That has china-based ex. Pats how they were feeling during the crisis and through two months of lockdown and plus two weeks of self isolation in an apartment in Shenzhen. Her notions of home have shifted. Or maybe she was just being made aware of a ship. That had already taken place. This is a really great conversation. And I'm thankful we were able to get this glimpse of what life was like for Ex pats in China as the global pandemic first emerged. I hope that you learn as much from her story is ided. Please sit back relax. Enjoy my conversation with JEN night. Gen night welcome to migratory patterns. Thank you so much for having me. Where is home so and I thought about how to answer this question. I came up with three answers. Three different places. One would be the place where I you know grew up and was raised which would be suburbia midwestern suburbia so a suburb of Milwaukee Wisconsin and a second place. That is home. Would Be San Francisco Bay area where I lived for eight years before I moved abroad and where my family is now. Located is in the North Bay and then the third place that I came up with it feels like home would be where I am right now. Which is my apartment in Shenzhen China? Where my husband is and my apartment is and jobs and life. I think in the first person with three answers. Oh really pretty sure. It's always interesting. Everyone's unique and I love how people will somehow work in where they're from originally some people you know there are few who like where I am now and all that stuff but I think the first TRIFECTA. I think if you'd asked me a few years ago it would have been just too but as I've gotten a little bit older I felt more strongly connected to my roots in a way and so I really wanted to add that third one in about where I came from because I think it's so important It's something that I wanted to leave behind when I left there at the age of eighteen nineteen. I was like goodbye. I Never WanNa see you again suburban Midwest. So let's talk about that so so suburban Midwest. Where exactly was that so it was in? It's a suburb of Milwaukee Wisconsin Like on the north side of town and it was it was a nice place to grow up and I've gone back a few times over the years. My family doesn't live there anymore. So the only real pull. I have our friends and people. I know who still live there but I found the last time that I returned which would have been seven years ago I think about. I felt I really felt the sense of home. It was so interesting so when you ask that question. That immediately came to my mind. That's interesting so you said you were looking to get out of there at eighteen. What was that all about? Was that Just sick of suburbia type thing? It's kind of an archetype in in the US. Yeah I was. I was always ready to get out from a pretty young age and my friend and I we just pointed at a map and there was Seattle and we had one friend who lived there who said we could sleep on his floor and we sold all of our stuff and bought backpacks and took the train for three days to Seattle the train. That's awesome. I love the train still was school. You were going to college or you just get out and I was just getting out. Although I ended up studying my undergraduate was in Washington state so I did live there for a number of years but interestingly it never felt like home so that is interesting so After so how did you get from? Let's say Seattle because that's kind of where you can set off on your journey. How did you get from Seattle to where you are now? What was that like? Well I my family had relocated to the San Francisco Bay area and I visited there one time before and felt really like a strong Paul to San Francisco and I went through some personal problems in While I was living in Seattle and I ended up packing up and moving and decided to relocate there and I just loved it I mean I had an amazing eight years living in San Francisco and I remember driving my used Acura over the Golden Gate Bridge like crammed with all of my stuff and I really felt that sense like this is going to be my home for awhile. Kinda cool this kind of cool so then you went to San Francisco. So what motivated jumped from San Francisco to overseas? That'd be fair. I Guess San Francisco can kind of feel like overseas from suburban Milwaukee. Well yeah so I made the first jump to Seattle and then from Seattle to San Francisco and I think San Francisco for me. I feel like I just had done it. I don't know how else to explain it. I just felt like I was John. Like I had done everything that I needed to do. There I had an amazing time. I met amazing people. I had incredible experiences. It's a beautiful place to live. There's so much to do. There was such a buzz. You know the entrepreneurial seen everything there when I was living there but I did feel like my time there was complete and I felt really unsure about what to do next and I ended up going to New York for a while and I went back to the Midwest for a while and I was really torn about my next move and sort of out of nowhere. The opportunity to teach in Shanghai came up and they said we have this job for you. You have two weeks to get here and I just went for it. What was the job? It was teaching in a school there but it was kind of a startup situation where I would be helping them. Start an American program within a Chinese school so it was a lot of curriculum development and teaching As well as some other like Adleman kind of stuff. It's a great way and so did you study to be a teacher when you're teaching in the US before you left. Yeah I had a California teaching credential and I got my master's from San Francisco State University so when I moved to San Francisco that was. That was the reason why was for a job that I got in Oakland Public Schools. So my background is very heavily in education is a teacher and I know what you guys do. So good on you for that work. Is You know you? Kinda got out at San Francisco. Probably right at the right time. It's just San Francisco to me. I've been there several times over the last few years last several years and San Francisco from to me feels like that really cool band. That sounded awesome but then sold out immediately and not quite as cool anymore. I love that analogy. Yes I could not agree more so so you hit China and did you say was shot high. Yeah Shanghai is where I lived I so for four years. Wow you've been bouncing all over the place where you did you. Did you go to Thailand for Awhile? Yes so after we were in Shanghai Shanghai four years we lived poop hat Thailand for two years and then we just moved back to China. Shenzhen last August. Well what great timing I actually right now. I'm pretty happy to be in Shenzhen overall right now I mean you know. Obviously we're this is the time of the time of Corona virus right now and it China. Ironically when the outbreak I happened so many people were streaming out of the country. And now there's tons of people who would love to be able to go back because they got a handle on it I it's Conan and argue at the methods but They've worked yes. Yes and I was at the epicenter of all of that so I I rode the roller coaster.
"adleman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"On the Rick Adleman show I'm Kevin ring tone in the WCBS eight eighty newsroom bringing you the latest on the corona virus outbreak happening right now an update on the situation in New York governor Cuomo is calling for increased federal assistance wants the administration to enact the defense production act to stop states from bidding against each other for needed supplies again this is an ongoing news conference let's listen in the hospitals at the Javits center the federal hospital by FEMA is different than the army corps of engineer temporary facility the female hospitals come with staff and with suppliers there in two hundred and fifty bed configurations we're asking for four of those two hundred fifty bed configurations to be assembled in the Javits center at the Javits center can easily manage them it's in the heart of Manhattan they're fully equipped they're fully staffed again we are ready to go as soon as the federal government is ready to go that will then give us regional coverage in downstate New York which is our most heavily impacted areas the president signed the FEMA emergency declaration which allows FEMA to go to work by that emergency declaration funding for these services is split seventy five percent by the federal government twenty five percent by the state government the federal government can waive the state's share as they call it waive the twenty five percent from the state I'm also record requesting that the president would waive the twenty five percent I just cannot pay the twenty five percent we literally don't have the funding to do it and by the way I don't believe any state will be in a position to waive the twenty five percent so I don't just say that on my behalf I said I don't on behalf of all the governors on the vice chairman of the national governors association I've been speaking with governors all across the nation no state has the financial capacity to participate in my opinion but I know for sure New York doesn't because we are the heavy headphones heaviest hit state right now I'm asking the president to do what I did here in the state of New York cut the red tape cut the bureaucracy just cut to the chase get the army corps of engineers moving get FEMA moving let's get those buildings up let's have them in place before that trajectory hits its apex time matters minutes count and this is literally a matter of life and death we get these facilities up we get the supplies we will save lives if we don't we will lose lives I don't mean to be overly dramatic but I want to be honest and that is the simple fact of this matter we're also implementing the trial drugs we have secured seventy thousand hydro chloro Quinn ten thousand zithromax from the federal government I want to thank the FDA for moving very expeditiously to get us the supply the president ordered the FDA to move and the FDA moved we're going to get this supply and the trial will start this Tuesday the president is optimistic about this about these drugs and we are all optimistic that it could work I've spoken with a number of health officials and there is a good basis to believe that they could work some health officials point to Africa which is a very low infection rate and there's a theory that because they're taking this anti malarial drugs in Africa it may actually be one of the reasons why the infection rate is low in Africa listening there to New York governor Cuomo is he offers an update on the corona virus situation in New York will continue to monitor this news conference and bring you more later this hour now eleven twenty three we bring you back to the academy show.
$9,000 Bitcoin Cleared, Here Is The Plan
"On a really good mood goes on a really really good night. Why am I in really good mood? I hear you US health. Thanks for asking Good trying to say now I put a great trade out on tasers natural following me either on twitter facebook. Let's Craig called on Facebook by the way and you would have seen that video video out showing you how to use. Fta to raise a breakout. I also got video full. The breakout occurred that bracket went on to be profitable. Well done to anyone who took it now. I know the strategies Madonna. Expect you to take it because the last thing I will never want anyone to ever do is to follow someone blindly. That's why he tried to call. We have focused on making you the best trader. You can be hit empower you to make your own decisions so that you don't need someone like me kind of like when you go to university and you study something and then when you finish your studies you don't keep going back to university because you go to find a job usually in that field that you studied in and you continue to grow and learn until eventually you moss that skill set as well. It's the same thing with the education I provide. It's just a damn saw shaper added doesn't take as long. So what are we seeing across the markets will? I can tell you right now that Once again equities You know the ESPN and the why am will sort of the the the. Dow who hits pain all over the shop. It's pain all over the shop. Which is fine because lots of gaps and lots of lots of all sorts going on. It's not a market that I would have any interesting. I mean on the Intraday Charts. And they just hideous. That's why I'm focused on whip though we're above nine thousand now on. Bitcoin beauty beautiful. I can tell you right now. We've got some great trading opportunities. Today I mean you know. Bitcoin pushing above as a bitter resistance down there at rand on thousands actually seven one each depending on which exchange you looking at but It's a doozy and whiting for that. Oh my goodness and my wedding for that yes. I am a moving average incorrect. A really nice fanning. It's got a lot of what I need to do to try and look this week from a cell phone and is the that have come through in there in the community in the cloister committed to their education It's been a big wake of emotional control way. We really worked hard on that emotional control. And that's why we've got live trading floor. You can see this gains each day. That's what the communities there and that's why even if you don't allow trading floor the community but there's a huge section of the course of these specifically about how to manage that emotion how to shape your emotions in check because I know the people slip on that I mean we all do we all do it. It's big part of becoming a good tried and that's why I put so much emphasis on in the court so if that's the thing that you think you`re. Wakeham is emotional. Control Vote Dougie. Sit there and gave little sad sack Little Omay. Dondi something about it because we can help with that. 'cause we can definitely help and we also have one to one mentoring once you've done the course you know if anyone wants to do that his up so bitcoin looking really good now. We're not thousand one hundred ten dollars. Full percent absolute theorem rotten nesting at two-thirty full. Sort of the resistance at two thirty four nine tain it's up two point four six percent. I'm actually stalking that for long as I am on X. Pay which is sitting at twenty three point nine cents one point nine six percent. Bitcoin cash. Look it's not. It's a looking that guy but it's had a good day. I mean let's be honest. It's up five percent at three thirty six. Twenty five to forty to seventy one four point six two percent right now looking that grind. Not Looking tried somme anyway lot. I'd love to save pushy. Bit Hotter Fan moving averages out in the mid tie fighters but we're up three percent at sixty two dollars. Twenty one cents may belong to yours which has continued to be a little bit higher net of lot coming up four point five percent. Three dollars and seventy six cents is what you'll find. Their ball had a pretty good diet. Some keeps pushing on and Mugabe's moving averages fanning beautifully well for Christ if it was to pull back a little bit. We're at twenty dollars and eighty five cents back above that round number twenty good four point six one percent up Kaduna. Now I am looking for a trade here. I certainly am against perpetual contract on. Fta by the way if you wanted to get that if Dick's count please use my link because it does help us and it also helps. You negotiated to give you a discount. Ten percent you get a ten percent discount on trading face so it's It's in the emails to jump out of the jump onto the The mailing list though dig up my post from yesterday and you find the oldest amount admit try to COPE DOT COM. Kodama five point one four point eight percent theorin classic up three point one percent eight dollars and twenty cents on the Tronto random. Talk Ten currently up one point. Six three percent of one point eight cents and that is the top ten right now. Those web developers and social media advertising experts plays at email Adleman at try to call dot com. And you know if you have another closer than you want to. Perhaps that's the way to do you scratch our back. We'll scratch yours. Have a fantastic day and you know things are looking good guys just. Cape focused For those of you do know what you're looking for abstract Trading Strategy Wise. Just stick to your checklist guys. Stick T. A. CHECKLISTS. Were just today. The patience of the wake has been rewarded. A good profitable Did get days off. And today's lining up to be a day where we could potentially get some very good fill. Potentially on some very good moves that weekly candles looking very strong there on bitcoin. At the moment we still got a few days to guy but is applying at the plan as I. Thanks for taking over the last few wakes case. We've been talking about that pullback on a weekly back into that cradles on we're in that we have a bullish candle. Excuse me so far and we've got a few more days until it closes. We are looking a lot better positive. Big smiles take
Edelman: Growing sense of inequality undermines trust in institutions
"The global economy is strong and near full employment but it turns out there are many people who don't believe they'll be better off in five years despite that according to this year's annual Adleman trust barometer fifty six of respondents believe capitalism in its current form is doing more harm than good to learn more we are joined on the KCBS ring central news like my Tanya Reese executive director of settlement in the lecture hall property thanks so much for joining us today thank you Kim glad to be here so tell us a little bit about the Adleman trust barometer whose surveyed and what are they asked yeah it's a it's a global annual survey this is our twentieth anniversary and this year we surveyed thirty four thousand respondents that represent the general on my population of twenty eight countries around the world and what we've done for twenty years and ask a very simple question how much do you trust each institution business government NGOs and the media to do what is right and the results become our trust index it tells us how people are feeling about institutions around the world very good question so what were the results well we are continuing in spite of rising economies and record unemployment we are continuing to see that people are mostly distressed institutions in the US only forty seven percent on average Sadie trust institutions to do what is right and that is down two points from last year and as you mentioned on the outset there's a mounting sense that the system as a whole as a whole isn't working including the fifty six percent who say that capitalism as it exists today is doing more harm than good in the world and the concerns there with their wide ranging and and deep as well the you know there are people are of our concern about job loss due to automation a looming recession that lack of training I mean these are a lot of things that people are are are very worried about that's right and then on top of that there's a sense that technology as a whole is out of control the government doesn't understand technology well enough to regulate it we're not sure what the impacts are going to be in his mind in the ship and there's also continued unease about information quality people worry about fake news and being able to find information they can trust or or leaders who are competent to lead us to the future I was gonna ask as a member of the news media how how how are we trusted in this whole thing well the jury is out when we asked people what tapes of people they trust journalists than CEOs were both fifty fifty only fifty percent saying that you're doing better than government leaders which are somewhere in the forties so you can take some comfort there are people concerned about the the world as a whole in terms of climate change and all that kind of stuff as well yeah absolutely there's such a deep sense of unease about some of these big challenges right climate change income inequality that's growing everywhere with the impact of automation and I think what's really giving people a sense of unease is just you know we don't know who's going to come up with the answers who do we trust to be both competent but also ethical to help us figure out a path forward so what can companies do with this information yeah that's a great question you know in spite of all the questions about the system as a whole business is the only institution of the four that we measured that is seen at least as being confident and able to get things done and has a good reputation for innovation as well so people really are looking to see is to step up employees at least trust the company that they work for and so there's a huge opportunity in expectation for CEOs ninety two percent said I want my CEO to take a stand and speak out on issues of the world and it's important when companies do that that they include both their employees in that planning and gives employees a sense that they can shape the future and also help customers see how they're making a difference in the world trade increasingly people are buying based on their to leave the leave and so that's putting pressure on companies to do the right thing as well thanks so much for your insight and for joining us today yeah welcome Ken thank you that's Tony Tony Reese executive director of Adleman intellectual
Capitalism seen doing 'more harm than good' in global survey
"A survey by public relations firm Adleman suggests that rising income inequality is undermining confidence in capitalism the report was published today have the World Economic Forum which brings together business and political leaders in Davos Switzerland the survey indicates that more than half of people around the world think capitalism is doing more harm
Patriots star Julian Edelman arrested, accused of vandalism in Beverly Hills
"New England Patriots star in redwood city native Julian Edelman was arrested in Beverly hills Saturday night on suspicion of misdemeanor vandalism after allegedly jumping on the hood of a car police say Adleman caused unspecified damage when he jumped onto the hood of a Mercedes Benz of Beverly hills the thirty three year old receiver was released on a citation and is scheduled to appear in court in
How To Assign A Monetary Value To A Goal Completion in Google Analytics - Data Driven Daily Tip 353
"What's up everybody Paul? Hickey here with your data driven daily tip today. I'm GonNa talk about assigning of value to a goal completion in Google analytics. So you've heard me talk a lot about Google analytics. We've set up ECOMMERCE tracking before for Your e commerce websites. We've made sure that that works on your wordpress site or shop if eyesight and now we're GonNa talk about assigning of value to a goal goal completion. What does this mean? This means that what you can do in Google analytics is you can say every time a user fills out a form say a lead generation form requested demo form opting into an email list. You can assign that value so for data driven design nine for example. If I wanted to say anytime anyone filled out my request. A quote form. That was GONNA be worth a thousand dollars because a qualified fide lead is worth a thousand dollars because I might get a five thousand to fifty thousand dollars project from that lead. I want to sign that lead a value. I can do that the reason why you would want to do. That is because you would want to attribute that valuable lead back to a marketing action. So let's say I'm running facebook ads and I'm spending a thousand dollars. There's a month on my facebook ads and I want to generate at least ten leads a month because one out of every ten leads. I'll win then. I can say that if I spend in two thousand dollars I want ten thousand dollars back in value so I'm gonNA show you how to do that here. Well you're going to do is go to analytics DOT GOOGLE DOT COM. Of course you're going to log in with your Google account that's associated with the analytics account. That has the web property that you want to set up the goal for and if you need to reference is an earlier data driven daily tip on how to set up goal completions. You can do that as well. Just go to data over opinions dot com and search google analytics goal goal completions in that video. Should come up so once you get into Google analytics. You're going to go over to go to the web property that you need to get into and then click abdomen over on the left hand side. When you click Adleman you'll go to the far right column under view and quick goals wants wants goals loads you're gonna see your goals but you're gonNA actually see me? Set up a new goal in this video. So I'M GONNA Click the new goal red button type in the name of the goal and it's GonNa be newsletter sign ups newsletter subscribers. I'm going to give it a destination because I have a thank. You page someone type type in the thank you page. Url at the end of the DOT com here. And that's going to set up my goal but before I clicked save goal. I'm going to toggle the value over to on and I'm going to type in a number of dollars in US dollars. Because that's the currency. I have set up and then I'm going to save it now every time someone hits this page on my website is going to assign not only goal completion but a value along with that goal completion nations. You can track the monetary value related to your goal completions in Google Analytics Business Intelligence Dashboard. This has been your data driven daily tip for more for free digital marketing tips. GO TO DATA OVER OPINIONS DOT COM. Don't forget the Nashville voice conferences. Coming up go to Nashville. Voice Conference Dot Com. So you can sign up to learn how your business can become more efficient and effective via the implementation of voice based apps like Alexa skills and Google actions speaking the voice based absent wordpress websites to the voice designer dot com. It is a wordpress plugin that allows you to build Alexa skills and Google actions and deploy them. I'm directly from your wordpress Adleman Dashboard. It's amazing also. Don't forget that you don't even have to log into Google analytics anymore to check your web data you can just ask Alexa Alexa for more information on this go to ask data driven design DOT COM.
"adleman" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Is the exact same problem we've been talking more more about radio only as Adleman to throw two and none of the other receivers are getting old I don't know man I I remember years we didn't have a lot of great receivers of throw to and they found a way to just be simply now it's a combination of they don't have a lot of great receivers and all Tom isn't what he was weekdays at six eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN two radio sports what you're coming up three hours of now coverage of the eighty fifth Heisman Trophy presentation from New York City Joe burrow Justin field takes young in jail at our birds does your four finalists however it is really the Joe Berle invitation tonight the only question is will he break Troy Smith's mark for the most amount of boards of votes in the percentage of votes ever received back in two thousand six the Ohio state quarterback got ninety one point six percent of the votes for the Heisman Trophy that year that is the all time record question is that I will Joe Berle approaches will you break it find out the night eight PM eastern on ESPN television eighty fifth Heisman Trophy as long as borough does win it he will be the second player from LA she'll ever to receive the award by the right change young was on video by stated a video leaked by TMZ telling a cameraman and that he would be back for his senior season in Columbus young did appear on SportsCenter this forty city has made up his mind whether or not he's going to go to trial for return for his senior season college football right down to maybe get a fourteen seven lead over army hundred forty a petition to the game they just started the third quarter armies loan scoring drive with it which affect eighteen seventy eight guards ten minutes and forty one seconds back to Ohio state the Buckeyes of walk their co defensive coordinator Jeff half please been named the new head coach Boston College he will will happily expected to coach the Buckeyes dropped the college football playoff Oregon survives in overtime today at Michigan they win seventy one seventy in the after section this week on football Sunday it's in the AFC south showdown between the Texans anti with first place on the live coverage begins tomorrow at noon eastern on ESPN radio presented by B. B. C. made of it tomorrow smog and Colby Covington so talk to one I don't know Colby Covington VS just know there's a good chance you're not gonna like it standing here in your your kind of talking now we need to drop because if they only so that your ranger bell these guys are the rest background identical fifty one records see two forty five in this and gentlemen welcome to back in your life all my gosh look at look at that age back in your life on this Saturday December fourteenth two thousand and nineteen Hogan everyone I'm sorry for the tough start there I've lost my voice here in Las Vegas and that is only because excuse me I am so very excited about the final UFC pay per view of the decade yes the final UFC pay per view of the decade is upon us UFC two forty five we are live in Las Vegas Nevada we are inside the T. mobile arena the card starts in about a little over an hour's time.
"adleman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back to the program I'm Rick Adleman client goes on broadcasting and we're got some sad news one thousand dead ETFs yeah we have one thousand ETFs over the past several years go out of business close their doors some in the industry say there are five hundred more ETFs they're going to shut down their business operations why might that happen we have to understand that an exchange traded fund like mutual funds they are really in business you know the fund companies that manufacture these products are doing so to make a profit they have an annual fee they charge you it's called the annual expense ratio and they range anywhere from all say point one percent per year to more than two and a half percent per year so they want people to invest money in their fund so they can collect that fate and earn a profit from the fee but wait a minute that entire fee does not represent profits but I have to incur the costs of running the fund the general rule of thumb in the mutual fund ETF world is that it takes about fifty million dollars in assets for the fun to be able to break even it varies of course depending on what their expenses of truly are and what the revenue is the earning from the fund but basically if the fund doesn't have fifty million a hundred million in assets they're not gonna be able to stay in business and that's what's happened to these owls in ETFs they have all closed because they weren't earning enough revenue to stay in business so you've really got to ask yourself what's the risk to you if you own an ETF charts of stores well don't worry you don't lose all your money the fund when it closes sells all the assets in the fun you know if it's a stock fund it sells off all the stocks and it returns to you the money you've invested the value of those securities so you don't lose your investment you don't even necessarily lose money on the investment because these are the stocks inside the fund not the fund itself but what it could do is trigger taxes because if this is a taxable investment that you've made and they sell the securities in the fund and send the cash back to you well you have to report all that in your tax return so you might get hit with a tax liability by virtue of the fund closing down so did your fund go out of business and money that yet keep this in mind the average lifespan of a dead ETF is less than three and a half years so how old are the investments in your portfolio if they're relatively new investments of those funds of only been around a year or two go find out how much do they have in total assets under management if it's less than a hundred million dollars may bay that funds might not last you might want to think about that before you buy such a fund Hey Massachusetts has been in the news this past week of the state regulator odd William Galvin has introduced a proposal that will require everybody in this Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
"adleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm Rick Adleman client code on broadcasting and we're got some sad news one thousand dead ETFs I yeah we have one thousand ETFs over the past several years go out of business close their doors some in the industry say there are five hundred more ETFs they're going to shut down their business operations why might that happen we have to understand that an exchange traded fund like mutual funds they are really in business you know the fund companies that manufacture these products are doing so to make a profit they have an annual fee they charge you it's called the annual expense ratio and they range anywhere from old say point one percent per year to more than two and a half percent per year so they want people to invest money in their fund so they can collect that fate and earn a profit from the fee but wait a minute that entire fee does not represent profits but have to incur the costs of running the fund the general rule of thumb in the mutual fund ETF world is that it takes about fifty million dollars in assets for the fun to be able to break even it varies of course depending on what their expenses of truly are and what the revenue is the earning from the fund but basically if the fund doesn't have fifty million a hundred million in assets they're not gonna be able to stay in business and that's what's happened to these owls in ETFs they have all closed because they weren't earning enough revenue to stay in business so you really got to ask yourself what's the risk to you if you own an ETF that shuts its doors well don't worry you don't lose all your money the fund when it closes sells all the assets in the fun you know if it's a stock fund sells off all the stocks and it returns to you the money you've invested the value of those securities so you don't lose your investment you don't even necessarily lose money on the investment because these are the stocks inside the fund not the fund itself but what it could do is trigger taxes because if this is a taxable investment that you've made and they sell the securities in the fund and send the cash back to you well you have to report all that in your tax return so you might get hit with a tax liability by virtue of the fund closing down so did your fund go out of business and we might it yet keep this in mind the average lifespan of a dead ETF is less than three and a half years so how old are the investments in your portfolio if their own relatively new investments of those funds of only been around a year or two go find out how much do they have in total assets under management if it's less than a hundred million dollars may bay that funds might not last you might want to think about that before you buy.
"adleman" Discussed on WWL
"Back to the program I'm Rick Adleman client goes on broadcasting and we're got some sad news one thousand dead ETFs I yeah we have one thousand ETFs over the past several years go out of business close their doors some in the industry say there are five hundred more ETFs they're going to shut down their business operations why might that happen we have to understand that an exchange traded fund like mutual funds they are really in business you know the fund companies that manufacture these products are doing so to make a profit they have an annual fee they charge you it's called the annual expense ratio and they range anywhere from all say point one percent per year to more than two and a half percent per year so they want people to invest money in their fund so they can collect that fate and earn a profit from the fee but wait a minute that entire fee does not represent profits they have to incur the cost of running the fund the general rule of thumb in the mutual fund ETF world is that it takes about fifty million dollars in assets for the fun to be able to break even it varies of course depending on what their expenses of truly are and what the revenue is the earning from the fund but basically if the fun doesn't have fifty million a hundred million in assets they're not gonna be able to stay in business and that's what's happened to these owls in ETFs they have all closed because they weren't earning enough revenue to stay in business so you've really got to ask yourself what's the risk to you if you own an ETF that shuts its doors well don't worry you don't lose all your money the fund when it closes sells all the assets in the fun you know if it's a stock fund sells off all the stocks and it returns to you the money you've invested the value of those securities so you don't lose your investment you don't even necessarily lose money on the investment because these are the stocks inside the fund not the fund itself but what it could do is trigger taxes because if this is a taxable investment that you've made and they sell the securities in the fund and send the cash back to you well you have to report all that in your tax return so you might get hit with a tax liability by virtue of the fund closing down so did your fund go out of business and we might it yet keep this in mind the average lifespan of a dead ETF is less than three and a half years so how old are the investments in your portfolio if they're relatively new investments of those funds of only been around a year or two go find out how much do they have in total assets under management if it's less than a hundred million dollars may bay that funds might not last you might want to think about that before you buy such a fund Hey Massachusetts has been in the news this past week the state regulator odd William Galvin has introduced a proposal that will require everybody in this Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
"adleman" Discussed on WRVA
"Middle of the street with the founder of one of the nation's largest independent investment advisory firms coming up on the wreck Adleman show let's talk for a minute about stock market volatility hi Rick Adelman here you can expect to see market volatility but don't let it frighten you out of your investment and retirement accounts now I'm not making light of volatility we get it it's unsettling but volatility is really simply a routine part of long term investing and the best way for you to avoid stock market volatility don't have all your money in stocks that's why here that woman financial engines were careful to give our clients highly diversified portfolios placing only a portion of assets into stocks this helps give you the confidence that stock market volatility is really nothing to get concerned about we've been helping thousands of clients just like you for thirty three years so come talk with us at Adleman financial engines and let us help put your market worries aside call us a triple eight plane wreck that's triple eight plane wreck or visit us at workable men dot com that's rice dolman dot com that is about to.
"adleman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Want to change forces in the middle of the street founder of one of the nation's largest independent investment advisory firms coming up on the wreck Adleman show let's talk for a minute about stock market volatility hi Rick Adelman here you can expect to see market volatility but don't let it frighten you out of your investment and retirement accounts now I'm not making light of volatility we get it it's unsettling but volatility is really simply a routine part of long term investing and the best way for you to avoid stock market volatility don't have all your money in stocks that's why here that woman financial engines were careful to give our clients highly diversified portfolios placing only a portion of assets into stocks this helps give you the confidence that stock market volatility is really nothing to get concerned about we've been helping thousands of clients just like you for thirty three years so come talk with us at Adleman financial engines and let us help put your market worries aside call us a triple eight plane wreck that's triple eight plane wreck or visit us at Rick Adelman dot com that's rice dolman dot.
How Do You Deal With Cold Email Pitches?
"How do you deal with cold email pitches now. These are people you've never heard of people that you haven't built a relationship ship with having met them at a conference in our friend. They're just pitching you. The guy your email somehow through the interwebs on something they want okay. That's the bottom they want something. That's why they're emailing emailing you. The guest posts they want to invest. They want to be a partner. They want to be an affiliate. No problem with cold emails is that there's a lot of reading to do. There's a lot of filtering to decision making to do and at the star I used to read every single email. I used to reply personally. I should go back and forth. It's not the first replies the problem. It's the constant Johnson replying back in that thread even when you politely say I'm sorry not right now. It's not a good fit they'll go back and insist and it's just back and forth when out continue to reply which will fuel that conversation again and it was endless and I was wasting so much of my day dealing with cold emails because I wanted to be a good good person and I wanted to be polite and I thought this was the only way I'm here to tell you. It's not the only way and if you want to solve this once and for all this is what you have to do you have to hire out for it and it's not that hard. You actually need to hire an executive assistant. You've been a part time one. Somebody who's going to spend ten twenty hours a week on this task and maybe some others that you want to get off your plate and depending on where you hire them from in custody as low as four hundred to eight hundred thousand dollars a month so also worth it now even if you hire part time just to take care of this. This will be a game changer for you. You'RE GONNA gain back so much time find out. How much of your time is worth. If you're going to hire somebody part time for four hundred dollars a month and you're spending ten hours a week on cold. Emails is your time worth more than ten dollars an hour. I sure hope so so then make the investment now. What is this executive assistant. What does this virtual assistant going to do. They're going to create a standard operating procedure for each type of email each type of cold outreach if they're trying to be a guest on your show your podcast then they're going to have a procedure for that. They're going to create one for you. They're going to create a form that this person would have to fill in order to even qualify to be on the show that alone is going to lead a whole bunch of people people and if you want an example of that form checkout one zero zero. Mba Dot net slash apply to teach. That's our form forget teachers and you could see what we require. You're now hiring out for this is going to save you a lot of headaches one because you're going to somebody who's got a document procedures for everything. Somebody's reaching out to guest posts. Somebody's reaching enough for your time for a coffee investors whatever it is they're going to create the procedure and they're gonNA do for you. They're going to reach out say hey. I'm so and so I. Mo Mars Assistant If you're interested in guest posting the first step is to fill out this form. This gives us an idea if we can accept her ghostbuster not or if you don't don't accept guest posts they can just say hey almost assistant at this time. We're not accepting guest posts. Thanks for your interest and you don't even touch it now. What does this mean this means. You have to give access to your inbox your assistant. If you don't WanNa give impersonal access your personal inbox. That's totally fine. You can create a different inbox and make sure all increase get sent to their meaning that we're you have your contact link at the bottom of your website that that links up to the email. Oh you're giving the assistant worst case scenario. If things get mixed up you can always forward the email inbox that they have access to whether it's contact at Your Business Dot Com or support at Your Business Dot Com. The point here is you should not be wasting time with this you need to do brings is in the revenue for Your Business. This is Dan Martell calls ten dollars tests which is broken down worth ten dollars. An hour is ten dollars asks. You should be working on one thousand ten thousand dollar tasks the things that bring in the big bucks hiring the right people so they can improve your product and improve your marketing and all that stuff so hiring out is the best solution in two dealing with cold emails. Let them filter it out. If the person that's reaching out has something of value that is in the line with of your values what you need your assistant filter that out for you presented to you. Hey we have three people there. They're offering this. They can give you a nice summary on a call nice and easy and and yet. I'm happy to speak to that person for ten minutes on a video call. That's worth ten minutes of my time that person no just get back to politely say not at this moment so so much simpler so much easier and you could focus on making your business better and not these adleman tasks. I wish I can give you some sort of tool or automation. Russian or some sort of software that can take care of this but this is the best way to deal with this professionally and personally with an assistant is going to cost you nothing in compared to what what you're gonNA save and time and effort and headaches don't do what I did at the star where I answered every single email myself. I thought I had to know you. Don't you're assistant. Anybody on your team is an extension of you. They are getting somebody who is going to handle their inquiry. You're not ignoring them. If they're a good fit you will speak to them
"adleman" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"adleman" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"And now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my soulmate monica batman sweet home is adleman demeanor noon where the facts are the true virk you. Can you make that up right on the spot. Oh it sounded like now is good. <hes> not so nice. That's okay you know what that comes. From back. When i was an alcoholic and i used to do karaoke allot that was one of my songs and i added added fuck you and it always when i do it every we would all agree that song should have that in there it would really just yes punctuated a perfectly fuck you but like in a good like a in a positive way not in an actual fuck you as in like a fuck yeah now you could say fuck yeah camping or so bloom fuck. You doesn't work. It doesn't work. It doesn't rhyme anka. Eh longer works too bad too bad good song. Welcome welcome how are you. How are you were. You were a little drowsy this morning. I was drowsy party pretty f- in hard yesterday yeah not to blow the illusion of what day it is but we'll zone it..
"adleman" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"adleman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"adleman" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
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"adleman" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"adleman" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Adleman to Jen and foam Adnan's phone to Jen during the time that this murder was supposedly going down. Gen. Says. That Jay that it was from Jay. And so as you just believe that they were murdering together. And that. I mean, I it's such. I can't even follow the timeline of what you believe happened to to even re iterating it. So it just makes no sense to me. It's like the make me out to be the crazy person. You hardly believes what like the people on. The jury believed. I'm the normal one. I don't think there was this big conspiracy. Your you people agree with you believe the jury number than this. But it's getting real world. Most people think I'd did. Yeah. Most people are dumb, though, you haven't learned that the vast majority of the people out there are when they with me. Let's you know, this, you know, the specifics. This is why. Because just just listen. No, no, no argument aside, they don't know fights argument here just lay out if you really truly think at non just did it what what do you have to believe like the time wait unfolds? These phone calls were made they were made when the murder was supposedly and the burying was supposedly happening, and they went to this girl. Jen, they said you have phone calls. From these from this this phone while the murder was going down. Right. Well, I'll take you right to the point where I where I think everything starts to divide to me this they found the body because for a while for a month. It was about a month. You couldn't really investigate as a murder. You didn't have anything. Yeah. It was just like this girl really could have just run away with her boyfriend or run away to California. So you find the body and all of a sudden everything has to Rev up. Now. I think even before the anonymous phone call you still obviously look at right because I mean the boyfriend did it I don't even understand why you needed any evidence. I mean, they should just scooped him up throwing them agenda. Just kill them right on the spot. So you talked to him for a second. You get it. Right. So so well, actually, yeah. You talk to him. And he just says, I don't know man, I was six weeks ago. And literally I didn't do anything that. I don't normally do the on the other hand eventually get like an in-depth story filled with holes from from two people trying to corroborate a story. But that doesn't arouse. Okay. I'll take what did I say? You're not supposed to be here. You're supposed to be presenting. All right there. The. You're you're groaning me. You're presenting the evidence. All right. Doing got gotta give it to. Okay. So so I do the best thing to actually get evidence. Because it's short. It's very you. Only get to the very good objection. Okay. Oh, it's the same thing. All right, withdrawn. So all right. So they suspect that none. I'm fine with that they subpoena his call record. They start looking at his calls. And they have the only thing that they really know is when hey disappeared. So okay. We've narrowed it down we have her at school. Then we have her where she's supposed to be. She's not there. So it's like there's a theory. Thirty that we have to start looking, but we're going to look at the whole day to and actually they only have one day prior. Because he got on the got the phone one day prior. So you only have a certain amount of evidence. So you look at that. And you notice that out of the thirty calls he made in that entire day. Twenty five percent of them are to one person to Jen you start poking around you find out that he doesn't really even know, Jen. He's not that close with Jenn regardless. We're going to go talk to her. She says I'm not talking to you freaks out runs away. Suspicious so suspicious. Being being, you know, just the guy who goes on his gutten. And and has these feelings about something you go to a girl, you say, listen, there was a bunch of phone calls made from his supposed murderer here to you..
"adleman" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"The old people in your family an order the same gift for everybody off of that list. That's really Adleman. If you spend our shopping in stores, and you like doing that you can turn that same activity into not Adleman. So depending on your time how much time you have. And how you want to do it. You can make faster and more Adleman like or slower and more pleasurable we've been talking for the most part under the assumption that for most people this kind of life admin stuff is. Boring. Drudgery re would rather not do it kind of stuff. But are there people who really enjoy tackling these kinds of things? I think some people like it more than others. But I think each of us has ways in two pleasures around Adleman that may surprise us. And most of us steel ourselves against it to make sure it doesn't take up more time than it should. And then we want it to. So it doesn't distract us from our other goals, which can be a good approach. But when we have to sit down to do it, it's helpful to find out, our admin pleasures, and then I think those are pretty particular. And so and the pleasures chapter I give some different axes along which we can vary like some people like to do it with other people some people like to do it alone. Some people prefer paper some people love new technology, if you can find which ways are yours into those pleasures, then when you have to face it doesn't have to be as bad. Things from all the talking with other people and looking at this are there some particular tasks or admin tasks that people particularly have trouble with. Insurance Adleman is particularly burdensome that's one of the areas to where I think we could really have reform insurance industry is very highly. Regulated already it should be regulated for how insurers spend our time. Not just our money. So what do you mean? Well, we should be able to know in advance. If we have a choice about an insurance company, or if it's a public entity insurance should be evaluated based on how.
Apple says it is monitoring Infowars app for content violations
"Alex Jones is channel the the guy who does Infowars at nearly two point five million subscribers and more than a billion views he previously had had his live streaming suspended for ninety days. However, he attempted to livestream on other channels, which is a violation of tubes rules, Facebook removed, four pages, promoting Jones in his shows, and they also suspended Jones himself from being a page Adleman for thirty days mail chimp the mass Email platform removed Alex Jones account. These companies all reported the Jones in his content, break their content policies against hate speech. Although Apple left the info wars app in the app store, and it was also the only Google play store. And apple said the app does not technically break its content guidelines, so they were gonna leave it in place. Now, the one company I haven't mentioned yet as Twitter because Twitter. Declined to suspend Alex Jones and info wars, and then Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey. And a series of tweets, of course, said that they did not violate Twitter's rules and went onto Twitter, wants to promote discussion on its site, and it's critical that journalists document, validate and refutes such information directly. So people can form their own opinions. This is what serves the public public conversation best.
Some pro-family groups silent, while others speak up on family separations
"Pelosi blasted this policy and cited warnings from the american academy of pediatrics that family detentions pose a danger to children's health and can result in lifelong consequences for educational achievement economic productivity health status and longevity pelosi said the president's policies are quote outside the circle of civilized human behavior serious matter to protect our border it's also a matter to protect our values what he's doing with zero tolerance and and that applies to those seeking amnesty so undermines who we are as a country one version of the gop backed immigration bill failed to pass a house vote thursday voting on another was postponed democrats have introduced their own bills to address the separation issue keith makoni kcbs a group of twelve san mateo county moms adleman gathering donations and are flying to texas today to try to help families who have been separated the border kcbs and meghan golsby has more it was at a luncheon last saturday that congresswoman jackie speier was telling a group of women about her upcoming trip to mcallen texas to see the detention centers holding children for herself lily rae was there she talked about the contingent of congress congressional engine that was going to mcallen and brownsville and we said what can we do and we came up with this plan she a group of eleven other moms fly out today armed with closed toys activities even kitchen supplies for the families in mcallen leah turk says it all came together very quickly lots and lots of people from our extended communities of brought things by and donated so it's not just the twelve she says as moms they just decided they couldn't sit on the sidelines children have been separated from their parents and their families and they need to be reunited and it is just unfathomable that this is happening in twentieth century united states of america and so we'd like to do do whatever we can to support the kids and their family megan gold speak kcbs napa county sheriff's department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing sixty nine year old woman near like barry esa susan dan savage was last seen yesterday afternoon in the oak shore foxtail flat area of lake barry esa dan savage has blonde hair and blue eyes she's five feet three is thin and weighs one hundred and forty pounds dan average was asking wearing a blue t shirt black yoga pants white flipflops anyone that caesar is urged to contact the napa county sheriff's department or dial nine one one just ahead on kcbs we'll have more on a discrimination emanating in san francisco cbs news time now is one away we are first for traffic let's get the first report for the one o'clock hour and here's all then it's so troublesome on the bay bridge right now eighty westbound after the island the three right lanes are blocked while emergency vehicles deal with a car fire excuse me this adds onto the three right lanes.
Turkish military and allied rebels in ‘total control’ of Syria’s Afrin, Erdogan says
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder. Turkey says it, Syrian allies have entered the center of freen in. It's now under Turkish control and Turkish president dared wants as Kurdish fighters fled. The area claim has not been independently confirmed, but it's the BBC's Mark Lowen reports footage posted online shows fighters with Turkish flags inside the city. The entry into Afrin has been funk quicker than on -ticipant. It Syrian rebel forces backed by Turkish. Empower moved in from dawn president. Adleman saying the town centre is under total control, troops, combing the streets for white PG, Kurdish finances hooping. The targets of Turkey's two month, long offensive. Many had reportedly fled some of the hundred and fifty thousand or so people who left Afrin through a corridor. A Syria monitor says, two hundred eighty civilians have died in the Turkish operation. Ankara denies it. The question now is, if Turkey will move onto target other parts of northern Syria also. Held by the white PG who had caused terrorists separately as Syrian rebel group in the Damascus suburb of eastern Gudo says it is in negotiations with the United Nations to arrange for a ceasefire. President Trump is attacking fired FBI director, Andrew McCabe deputy director, Andrew McCabe saying on Twitter that McCabe never took notes while the two were together. He's raising doubts McCabe documented their interactions. McCabe memo's. Oh, are now believed to be in the possession of special counsel? Robert Muller's team in a separate tweet. President Trump renewed has concerned that Muller's investigation into Russian election interference may be biased against him. Militants ambushed, a medical team backs needing against polio in a remote border area of Pakistan. The AP reports that to workers are dead. Another two injured NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Mingora. Now, the three members of the vaccination team will missing after the attack. It comes after a killing in January when a polio walk and had daughter was shot. Militants have attacked paalea workers in Pakistan for years ever since the CIA used vaccinators in their attempts to identify Osama bin Laden. He was killed in two thousand eleven in the city of about Abed hooters in Russia, going to the polls in the country's presidential election Vladimir Putin all, but certain to win NPR's. Lucian, Kim reports at the main issue for the Kremlin is boosting turn out to give Putin a convincing mandate for the next six years. Polling stations have opened across Russia's, eleven timezones from Toco, which touches Alaska to Kaliningrad on the border with Poland flooding Putin who has ruled Russia for more than eighteen years is on track to win a fourth presidential term besides Putin. Seven other candidates are on the ballot. None of whom are polling above the single digits. Turn out in such a predictable election as the Kremlin's biggest concern and local authorities are getting out voters with free food selfie contests and mandatory attendance lists for government workers. Lucian, Kim NPR news. You catcher in Berg, Russia, and this is NPR. They are news southeast Asian leaders and Australia's prime minister or showing unity. When it comes to North Korea, leaders of Ozzy on where the association of southeast Asian nations have issued a joint statement, calling North Korea to rein in its nuclear programs. AUstralia host of the summit meeting this weekend despite not being a member of on a busy weekend for sports apparel. Lympics has wrapped up in South Korea with today's closing ceremony, much attention on college basketball, and which teams will advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the in the NCAA tournament for the second week in a row. Tiger Woods is in contention on the last day of golf tournament heading into the final round or the Arnold Palmer invitational woods is five shots behind the leader from Orlando, Florida in Paris. Tom Goldman reports the fact that Tiger Woods, one of golf's greatest players is even in contention. Again, that's a big deal. Even woods doubted. He could recover from the back problems that have. Him winless for nearly five years. But his fourth back surgery has worked so far. He comes into today's final round Orlando, having shot nine straight rounds of par or better over his last few tournaments. I still feel like I'm coming back. I'm still getting used to what my body can do shot some hitting and playing competing. Again, it feels good to be back out. There would says he could win today if he shoots very low score, but he'd also need a bunch of players ahead of him on the leaderboard do poorly. That's not likely since those players include majors, winners, Henrik, Stinson, Rory, mcilroy, and Justin Rose, Tom, Goldman NPR news, Orlando, and Joyal Snyder in Washington.
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"We can i'm calling is we're talking about time and i thought this existential fear since i was a small trial and that is uh you know you you go to sunday school or whatever you leave and they tell you you look good life you go to adleman and for me that's scared me because it never end you feel trapped is that make any sent well yeah uh and that's one of the reasons why tell told i don't like the christian version of have it because i see it as a trap i would agree with you it is a trap i mean if you're gonna be going somewhere we are not going to be doing anything but you know standing around and a terry cloth rober above praising you does some one forever and ever i i think that'd be boring as i've i don't like that idea i mean why either he gets an appraisal already why would we just stand around like a bunch of dum sheep and praise him three trinity yeah it is a trap and that's why i don't believe in the christian version of have and i do have a feeling though that an and the reincarnation by don't believe it i believe that we go out of this world as tacky on we we reduce our cells to tack yawn we go into a place that is the bulk outside of the buddhas called the brain and and for there there are many dimensions that we could choose to travel into and we do this it's eternal progression because it's been a gift and also our instincts rod time the dow our intelligence is never die we just continue progressing and living in other places in locales all across this beautiful universe the got his created so it's kind of a a better way of saying goodbye to everybody and who knows we we meet again sometime so john thanks for calling appreciate your call in triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three.