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Hospitals still ration medical N95 masks as stockpiles swell
"This is shitty presses found that a communication breakdown is depriving frontline workers of medical grade facemasks Turner Corbett nineteen intensive care nurse at a hospital outside Minneapolis says she's still given one disposable N. ninety five respirator for her entire shift we've had to fight for something as basic one year into the cove in nineteen pandemic might Bowman's Texas company prestige Ameritech ramped up production is turning out a million mass every four days everyone saying there's a shortage yet I am drowning and respirators an AP investigation found that a logistical breakdown is due to federal failures over the past year to coordinate supply chains I'm Jennifer king
"ameritech" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"We, as humans touch everything that we come in contact with, and so we have to control the environment, right and interesting that it's. Such a timely topic hand hygiene now that were in the middle of course virus, disease, and processors are struggling to keep their employees and customers safe. So how has this trickled down to Miratec? Well, I mean obviously the awareness of hand hygiene is really been heightened within the last sixty days and so forth, but it's nothing new in different. Obviously you know food. Manufacturing's always had really high standards when it comes to hygiene and food safety, and those standards should not have changed through these troubling times due to to corona buyers, but what it is, it's made us aware of some other new challenges when it comes to social distancing and things like that that we have to be aware of when it comes into a plant GIN. These are more human behavioral challenges that that facility needs to deal with. That's another reason. Reason why hygienic zoning is very very key to make sure that we are getting people through in a timely fashion, making sure that we do not miss, skip any of the food safety requirements, and any of the hygiene steps that are must and still be able to maintain some distancing that doesn't that doesn't include your making sure that on the floor where they're working so forth there maintaining those social distance as well as in giving them the tools, and the means to again continue that food safety culture continue that hygiene culture throughout their facility, so yeah food plants are rethinking that we are having a corporation a lot of conversations. With a lot of plants in regards to that, how do we make sure that we can get our people in smoothly quickly and safely every single time and maintaining those things? Now I. Know that you've also been working was some food service? groups obviously restaurants are closed, but they're still interfacing with the public to do carry out or delivery What can you tell us about your work in that area? For many many years, Ameritech has been around for thirty years and we have worked in in every aspect of every different marketplace, because again one thing that touches roller our hands and..
"ameritech" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"Hand hygiene so different, so you automate that process to make it an easy. You're a simpler aspect, and then the advantage of that is is that when you're dealing with an especially in food manufacturing very diverse work cultures, very diverse people that have speak numerous different languages. So when you train, it's much more difficult especially in that manual method so when you automate that behavior. You're able to do a better job. Allow the technology to really takeover that process making sure that you have a good hygiene event that is save every single time. In it's interesting that you mention the cultures and and food processing where people speak many languages that would be a great benefit of having those videos available to show people exactly what they need to be doing. It is, it's when you're when you're when you're communicating and when you're dealing with a again. A vast culture you know when I first joined in the food processing world thirty years ago. YOU'RE GONNA plant in it really was just a few languages I was in a plant not long ago where there was actually thirty two different dialects spoken that plant in the I thought I had when talking. These leaders of this plan is. How do you train? On on Himeji. What do you do and then the other challenge with that company was the fact that they use a lot of what is called temporary or contract labor, and those are really challenging. So how do you now use these tools where you have people that may come or go Now? You have a diverse culture that speaks many different languages so you. You have to use videos. You have to use posters. Training that that really consumed some time and it takes away from again. That food safety aspect that you're trying to build it regards that culture. It's about building that culture and really what has to be happening from day one and one of the things that we tote Ameritech is not only you automated process obviously to to break that human barrier which then helps itself with the diverse work culture, but then you also create.
Whistleblower Rick Bright testifies before House panel
"Rick Bryant alleges that the White House would not listen to him today he testifies before a house committee that says it will ride used to run a top federal health agency he says he warned about the pandemic early to no effect he says he warned against unproven drugs that the president was promoting and he says that's why the administration transferred him to a different job NPR health policy reporter Selena Simmons Duffin is covering this story Selena good morning morning Steve once bright already set well he filed a whistleblower complaint with the US office of special counsel last week and that details how as director of Bardot which is part of the federal health agency he warned the trump administration about the seriousness of the corona virus any claims he pushed back against the white house's promotion of unproven cove in nineteen treatments like hydroxyl Clark win and that the administration put what he called cronyism over science he was transferred he says against his will to the national institutes of health last month now president trump has dismissed the allegations and painted bright as a disgruntled employee but late last week breaks lawyers said the office of special counsel said there seem to be reasonable grounds to believe he was retaliated against and that it recommended he be reinstated while his complaint is investigated okay so there's a complaint now that that involves both bright and this other person a man named Bowen who is testifying today as well right right so the other witness today is Mike but when he's a businessman with a Texas based face mask company called prestige Ameritech and both witnesses submitted written testimony to lawmakers Boeing statement outlines how for years he tried to get the federal government to engage with his company and other domestic mask makers arguing it was a national security issue and in a pandemic like we are in now it would be hard to get the needed supplies he told NPR last month at no one took his warning seriously everybody ignored reporters ignored it some kind of experts ignored our government ignored at hospitals in order but ignored it I don't want to say I told you so just wanna help everybody although it is an opportunity for both born and bred to say told you so anyway okay so that's bone one is bright likely to say Rick Brady also submitted written testimony to lawmakers and he emphasizes he's a scientist and civil servant and that pandemic preparedness is his expertise and the fact that his warnings went unheeded clearly pains him here he is on CBS's sixty minutes last week we see too many doctors and nurses now dying I was thinking that we could have done more to get this masking the supplies to them sooner and if we had would they still be alive today for today's appearance so great rates that he wants to be forward looking so he talks about the need for a clear voice from the federal government that is consistent and truthful even when that truth is difficult and he says the truth is really difficult he writes the corona virus pandemic could be worse than the nineteen eighteen flu which claimed over fifty million lives and he says the window is closing to prevent things from being worse in the fall writing quote without clear planning and implementation of the steps that I and other experts have outlined to twenty twenty will be the darkest winter in modern history well very briefly what's the agenda of the lawmakers will question him well anytime a whistleblower comes to testify before Congress is going to be political right as a witness democratic lawmakers want to hear from and they hold the majority in the house one thing to watch for is how Republicans on the committee engage with bright and whether or not they use this as a platform to defend the
"ameritech" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"She does that we're gonna get into the shock collar question of the day it's time for chocolate question of the day we're gonna draw a name out of a bucket to figure out who gets asked the question and you're gonna want to get that right because if you don't you're gonna get shot will sing the song that the listeners want you to sing so Texan a seven eight five nine to tell us what you want to hear us saying as we get shocked today I'm drawing a name out of the bucket because I have the shot caller last and the name of your route was brook the bridge is out fox if you didn't know the bridge going to where she lives out shut up well south Brooklyn put on the shock collar and while she does that digital Jake please read us the shock collar question of the day over three point five billion online searches happen every day Google recently put together a list of the most common one specifically how does blank work all these been searching people's time in quarantine I need you to name the top three how does blink work searches in no particular order and I'll give you a five second lifeline right now ask any number I'll tell you what it is as long as it's within five seconds two four two number two how does Instacart work people are looking to get groceries delivered okay reach the lifeline I need to get used to do one two and three for you are you need one and three I just gave you too I understand I see what you're saying okay how does Instacart work what else are people doing right now I would I would say how does a corona virus test work taxes I mean yeah I like this wall up like how does that work yeah I feel like even I looked it up and man does that thing go deep into a cavity there are basically they're touching the back of your school I don't like that that's not deadly if you're asking how does a great Ameritech work that's not on the list well that's not a hit man that's quick to tell you that we were wrong so I might be way off some way it sounds like he's talking about like home life it's a bill or is it like how do I live at home better during all of this here's a hint I am okay.
"ameritech" Discussed on KCRW
"Ameritech because I want what I want now I have a feeling that's changing we'll talk at length with Andy Slavitt about tweeting podcasting and the pandemic on are to the point podcast live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jax beer New York and five regional states will be coordinating a future re opening of their economies and B. R.'s Cuellar's reports the plan will begin when the health crisis subsides New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced that officials from New York New Jersey Connecticut Pennsylvania Rhode Island and Delaware will begin planning how to eventually reopen their states for business governors from all six states made the announcement on a conference call no timetable was given all of them concurred that economic recovery must wait until health advisors decided safe the states are so closely linked by highways and commuter trains the governor said it would be dangerous for one to reopen out of sync with the others earlier Cuomo said New York state had surpassed ten thousand covert nineteen deaths Cuomo said he believes the worst may be over so long as the state continues its strict social distancing quil Lawrence NPR news president Donald Trump is asserting he will be the decision maker in terms of how and when to relax social distancing guidelines put in place as a result of the corona virus pandemic raids on clear water thought he would have to override the states trump has claimed he could force governors to reopen their states despite the fact he spent weeks arguing he did not believe we should pressure states to impose stayed on restrictions many state and local leaders have expressed concerns that trump's plan to reopen the economy could cost lives and extend the outbreak the American civil liberties union says authorities at a federal prison hard hit by the crown of virus and moving too slowly to release vulnerable inmates and guards Ryan Lucas explains the advocacy group is urging a federal judge to expedite the release the ACLU filed a lawsuit last week on behalf of six inmates at the federal prison in Oakdale Louisiana which has been hard hit by the corona virus at least thirty eight inmates and seventeen staff have tested positive in Oakdale according to the federal bureau of prisons six inmates have died from the virus the Attorney General ordered the bureau earlier this month to increase the use of home confinement the ACLU says the warden and the bureau of prisons are moving too slowly to shift to home confinement at risk Oakdale inmates who don't pose a risk to the community it is urging a federal judge to expedite their release Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington Americans are starting to see tracks from the government in their bank accounts aimed at offsetting some of the economic effects of the corona virus pandemic the one time.
"ameritech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"ameritech" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Life and a lot of you are like me and maybe you have boxes and boxes full of photos in our old home movies on tape that none of us have a player for anymore let me tell you something I found an amazing company called I. members here's how it works yeah I said it about ten videos hundreds and hundreds of photos and then maybe a couple weeks later I get an email says Hey Kim you know your stuff is all ready for you to take a look at I can view everything right from my phone immediately and I'll tell you there were so many instances that I had just you know I even forgot about it I was laughing I was crying I had to share with my mother of course and she spent the entire day just watching home movies Ameritech in and I went over to check on her just a few days ago and there she was again I see what he does because I just want to watch all the videos again I'm like mom you see them transfer she's like I know but it makes me so happy every time I see that and I'll tell you it's also good to see my mother laughing I am reliving all those precious memories and I realize that and when I saw my mom laughing with my son sitting on her lap and they're looking at videos when they did the same thing you know eighteen years ago that I had gotten a gift that I really hadn't expected just seeing the joy on my mom's face absolutely touched my heart I actually had tears in mine I'm getting tears in my eyes just talking about it if you have videos and photos at home that you haven't seen in decades or maybe there's someone that would just find so much to a reliving these precious moments you just have.
"ameritech" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Life and a lot of you are like me and maybe you have boxes and boxes full of photos in our old home movies on tape that none of us have a player for anymore let me tell you something I found an amazing company called I. members here's how it works you I said that about ten videos hundreds and hundreds of photos and then maybe a couple weeks later getting my email says Hey Kim you know your stuff is all ready for you to take a look at I can view everything right for my phone immediately and I'll tell you there were so many instances that I had just you know I even forgot about I mean I was laughing I was crying I had to share with my mother of course and she spent the entire day just watching home movies Ameritech even I went over to check on her just a few days ago and there she was again I see what he does because I just want to watch all the videos again I'm like mom you see them transfer she's like I know but it makes me so happy every time I see that and I'll tell you it feels so good to see my mother laughing I am reliving all those precious memories and I realize that and when I saw my mom laughing with my son sitting on her lap and they're looking at videos when they did the same thing you know eighteen years ago that I had gotten a gift that I really hadn't expected just seeing the joy on my mom's face absolutely touched my heart I actually had tears in mine I'm getting tears and I was just talking about it if you have videos and photos at home that you haven't seen in decades or maybe there's someone that would just find so much to a re living these precious moments you just have.
"ameritech" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Life and a lot of you are like me and maybe you have boxes and boxes full of photos in our old home movies on tape that none of us have a player for anymore let me tell you something I found an amazing company called I. memories here's how it works you I said that about ten videos hundreds and hundreds of photos and then maybe a couple weeks later I get into my email says Hey Kim you know your stuff is all ready for you to take a look at I can view everything right for my phone immediately and I'll tell you there were so many instances that I had just you know I even forgot about I mean I was laughing I was crying I had to share with my mother of course and she spent the entire day just watching home movies Ameritech in and I went over to check on or just a few days ago and there she was again I see what he does because I just want to watch all the videos again I'm like mom you see them transfer she's like I know but it makes me so happy every time I see that and I'll tell you it feels so good to see my mother laughing I am reliving all those precious memories and I realize that and when I saw my mom laughing with my son sitting on her lap and they're looking at videos when they did the same thing you know eighteen years ago that I had gotten a gift that I really hadn't expected just seeing the joy my mom's face absolutely touched my heart I actually had tears in mine I'm getting tears in my eyes is talking about it if you have videos and photos at home that you haven't seen in decades or maybe there's someone that would just find so much to a re living these precious moments you just have.
"ameritech" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"And a lot of you are like me and maybe you have boxes and boxes full of photos in our old home movies on tape that none of us have a player for anymore let me tell you something I found an amazing company called I. members here's how it works you I said in about ten videos hundreds and hundreds of photos and then maybe a couple weeks later getting my email says Hey Kim you know your stuff is all ready for you to take a look at I can view everything right for my phone immediately and I'll tell you there were so many instances that I had just you know I even forgot about I mean I was laughing I was crying I had to share with my mother of course and she spent the entire day just watching home movies Ameritech in and I went over to check on her just a few days ago and there she was again I see what he does because I just want to watch all the videos again I'm like mom you see them transfer she's like I know but it makes me so happy every time I see that and I'll tell you it feels so good to see my mother laughing I am reliving all those precious memories and I realize that and when I saw my mom laughing with my son sitting on her lap and they're looking at videos when they did the same thing you know eighteen years ago that I had gotten a gift that I really hadn't expected just seeing the joy on my mom's face absolutely touched my heart I actually had tears in mine I'm getting tears in my eyes just talking about it if you have videos and photos at home that you haven't seen in decades or maybe there's someone that would just find so much joy in reliving these precious moments you just have to check out my memories no one does what they do my memories is the only provider that offers instant viewing and sharing on your mobile devices through their app and the process is incredibly simple as I did you just send I am memories your video tapes of film reels and photos and then they convert them all to a digital format of your choice you can get a customized DVD or USB thumb drive or I members clad which is where I put it and everyone gets a free digital file that you can download and share right from your device then of course there is send you back your original photos videos no worries there and actually I was talking to the co founder of I. members looking out have you ever lost anything I mean have you ever actually lost it hit No they've never lost a photo name a single night of.
"ameritech" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"They had a treasury auction this week treasury auction Mr here fine low hills a couple things I thought were interesting about this we'll spend a lot of time on it but it just does Ameritech a couple minutes U. S. treasury department sold thirty year bonds at a record low yield on Thursday highlighting investors demand for longer term debt hello this last part and its benefits to the government it is the government allows it yeah we get as free money our low cost money anyway thirty can you can you imagine lending the federal government money and knowing you weren't going to get more than a two percent return on that's it thirty years and one day a long ago there was a three percent now said two percent treasury sold nineteen billion dollars for the V. thirty year bonds Thursday afternoon two point zero six percent return now how many years have we been hearing that all interest rates are going up how many mortgage commercials did your interest rates going up you better hurry interest rates are going up yeah that's been going on for a long time now this is you don't want a particular group of five investment managers is got to be really tough on into it he's I got insurance companies insurance companies got to be fit to be tied they have got to be fit to be tied because a lot of the pricing of their product lines are based on that not just in New ides for life insurance you know you've got to PNC products property and casualty products you've got other types of insurance products are based on interest rates and the insurance companies have got to put the reserve someplace in other words money that they don't need right now they have to put it someplace and they basically have to put it in something that's guaranteed which would be government bonds and it's gotta be hard an insurance company to market high returns with a straight face and with no risk when you have the lowest risk investments paying two percent that's just got to be hard I mean you got to be pretty good to be able to to market that kind of stuff with a straight face now this is the fear of the corona virus will slow global growth has helped push down treasury yields in recent weeks so that's part of the reason L. so in essence when you're looking at a purse are possible perception that in the future growth rates are going to be lower which is interest rates and inflation rates are very very tidy each other historically you know as as long as we've had inflation anyway add inflation forever you know that's more of a recent phenomenon recent as it is in the last hundred years there was no such thing as inflation prior that right now we have inflation and interest rates are very very much tied to that now investors have also grown more comfortable the article says buying thirty year bonds because they view them as insurance against losses in riskier assets now here's the problem with that is you have just shifted the type of risk that you're taking your dealing with interest rate risk now if interest rates do go up bond prices go down and you can have this back and forth but you know even though we've been talking about interest rates going up for quite awhile now and they haven't really gone up they've come back down but there have been some pretty bad shocks if you look back at the last several years if we look at like two thousand fourteen for example we went long term government bonds went down five percent and then and then you had to five percent between two between two thousand sixteen and two thousand seventeen there was an over five percent downturn then you an eight percent downturn in these bonds in the year two thousand in an eight percent downturn in these bonds in nineteen ninety five so these things are not without risk just because they were talked about as being low risk investments because of this interest rate you can have pretty significant declines in the value now secretary Steve Mnuchin last September I he's he's basically saying that we are considering this is what they're talking about issuing a fifty year bond I mean you think about it from the government's perspective that would be really smart if investors are sitting there going man I wanna put my money away for thirty years at two percent all of your money as long as we can it also that we have this guarantee you know this this big shot in the arm and endorphin kick of really low interest rates for as long as we can get it if the government and you know incidentally I've talked about this before but you think about a widely seen why does the government really have this thing about annuities lately with the most recent legislation with retirement bills and putting into it is a retirement plans to get lots of access to lots of really really low interest money yeah so what happens is the the the she have been denoted companies that have to buy these bonds so if people will buy these products there's lots of money flowing into them there's lots of money you got lots of supply with what demand you know there's there's demand at the government level but the if the demand has increased the cost of money goes down hence low interest rates so as much as the government would like to push for people to buy these products you got to remember that there is a reason that they want you to buy these products and it is a very self serving reason really helps them out quite a bit with low access to low cost money that's the whole idea and you know those of course with some of the other news this week the other thing out there right now is the dollar surprise surge challenges the stock markets rally I thought this is interesting as well from the Wall Street journal investors worried about the impact of the corona virus again it's a big thing in the news right lately right it's it's just fascinating how the news keeps coming out that it's worse and worse every time because all of a sudden now the Chinese government's kind of start and then they throw some leaders out in all its past couple of days it's been very interesting some of the political news coming out of China but the corona virus in the world economy might soon have to confront another challenging corporate profits the strengthening dollar well it you know because this is the thing that were preaching here on the show is don't get overly complacent with where is the market that are done well recently and I say overly complacent because as I was doing at the speech in Austin this week I was telling people Hey look guys we were doing some research on this sixty percent six zero sixty percent of money right now if you look at mutual funds sixty percent of money is sitting in funds that are investing a large blend and large growth U. S. stocks one area the market represented by the Dow and the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq you look at the angle wait a minute that's crazy sauce that's a lot of money sitting in one area the market and that could come crumbling down just when you least expect it because all of these things in and even trump's going strong dollar you got a strong dollar we can explore stuff and that's exactly what he's getting he's getting what he doesn't want well you know what actions might he take to actually offset that who owns what actions we the government take because a stronger dollar makes it more expensive for companies bring home foreign sales and you know with it is interesting how can I effective for markets you know memory can even affect emerging markets because you know emerging markets have debt that they've gotten they've got to pay it back in dollar denominated debts and and you got it it is seen in its intensely complicated is basically what I'm saying how markets work together you can't predict this stuff there are too many moving parts and hence in investor that things are gonna figured out is walking on some really thin ice his expectations are out of alignment yeah I cannot figure it out no it's like say the guy that I was talking to after the speech that had the apple stock and and all I could think of is you have no I don't have a lot of times talk to us like you have no idea how little you really know about that company and I'm not I I like I like apple I there's a lot of stuff I like that they did they put together but they're they're getting some serious competition from other places all over all over the place and you could have a leadership change you could have you know all of a sudden you know some of these companies could grief their competitions coming out with a folding screen that you know of when when all of a sudden do you have as graphene you know that what I've talked about on the show before becomes mainstream I don't know when it's gonna become mainstream if you don't know what that is I've talked about before we have this graphene you can literally take like a it's like a piece of paper and folded up into his little tiny piece of paper and then unfold it's a screen I mean that's you know some of the technology that could be coming to a store near you well you know if it's another competitor that actually comes out with a viable it's a Samsung has that for you know folding screen right now that seems to be catching some catching some interest of it of people that are buying phones but you know you just don't know and that's just one thing demand for product there's so many other things out there you know could be technology that act actually trumps the existing technology in terms of speed and well all of a sudden now we're off to the races and a totally different company comes out with something that's better you know we we as you know it was it wasn't Kodak the inventor of the digital camera that actually benefited the most from the digital camera well apple actually stole the mouse from Xerox shares Eric's created the malice so just didn't know what to do with it yeah yeah look at look at the whole windows last form yeah exactly there's that's all that's a foot a fascinating story about how that all came about it wasn't the inventor of the cell phone that benefited most from the cell phone in my I mean how many of you running around with a motorist cell phone Microsoft what the their original dos operating system for fifty thousand dollars why do you know the number that's right Microsoft paid for the original operating system so hence it and and that's just one thing I mean you don't know yeah eight I think back to some of the companies that also came out we found out that their books were being cocked you know back in history we've looked at companies that that has happened to we looked at where maybes management was hiding information maybe losses came to light that nobody expected it there's so many different things so many different things that you just don't know about a company if you're investing in that company or even about an industry you don't know what changes will take place that make an industry more obsolete I you know look at people that we're investing heavily in the energy and industry and all of a sudden news came out and all this on those you can almost you almost couldn't give away those funds that we're investing in energy stocks a few years ago and it's still no you do not know what could be around the corner now another thing I'll I'll do the rest of the segment number let Iraq go next because I just have a few quick things that I want to hit kiddie tax something I don't talk about a whole lot but you know this is one thing that happened that that the call a lot of people by surprise a few years ago back in in two thousand seventeen now in two thousand twenty you may have heard this clients are going to be retroactively faced with the choice between tax systems for two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen in a reversion to the old system going forward so what happened is I think a curve ball is thrown at us two thousand seventeen tax reform and this really bug me when it came out but basically what happened is you have under an income you know miners so you got this my account uniform transfers to minors account and that account is taxed based on the rates applicables to trust in the states that's what they came out with now for those of you that have those accounts and if you have a fairly decent size account that's a big pain a big pain because of you know much about trust taxation you get up to the highest tax rates in a pretty big hurry L. literally you get up to the thirty seven percent tax bracket at twelve thousand nine hundred fifty Bucks that can be a huge issue you know for an account that is of decent size well prior to the tax reform what happened is income that was subject to the kiddie tax you know you have this on earned income that was being paid by miners was taxed at the parents' top rate now there is a reason for that is because you don't want people going and taking money out of the parents tax rate and then handing over their kids just have their kids taxed at a lower tax rate so basically said yeah you're not going to trick us here at the IRS we were born at night but I went last night we are going to tax this account that you've where you've given money your kids we're going to tax it at your rate I I I understand he said to me one day he said you know our Uncle Sam expects you to steal he just doesn't want you to think he's stupid exactly exactly so so in essence what happened recently with with some changes is.
"ameritech" Discussed on KOMO
"Deliberating again today they asked the judge for clarification about some of the emails and alleged victim and sent to whine steam cherry crested ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven seven thirty one right now just a beautiful morning as the sun rises in the in the skies are blue in Seattle right now is thirty two degrees along with Greg Herschel time at the factor here the top stories from the come off twenty four seven news center those who tell you Mike Bloomberg will join the other Democrats are for the first time on the debate stage tonight during this campaign and the chairman of his campaign here in Washington says bloomers going to focus on his accomplishments as mayor of New York City it's to calm Ameritech toria waters who tells como this morning there's another important message one of the first fight or flight from very good because I think he is a candidate to be Donald Trump Esther of Bloomberg might visit our state soon for we are certainly hoping he will come to watch three standards as that mayors make the best presidential candidates because their views to getting things done for their constituents a two year old remark about farming from now presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg has gone viral I could teach anybody to be a farmer no Kamel score one heck reports a Washington farmers inviting the billionaire to see first hand what it takes to farm Alison vibronic Stephenson owns and operates a wheat farm in Wilbur four hours east of Seattle she addresses Bloomberg on her Facebook page blessed farm girl writing quote you made a complete **** out of yourself by attempting to minimize the people who are producing the food you and your family eat in order to stay alive Bloomberg made his now controversial remarks at the university of Oxford in twenty sixteen suggesting that farming requires no special skills I could teach anybody even people in this room so no offense intended to be a farmer you it's a process so you dig a hole you put a seed and you put dirt on top add water comes to court listening to Bloomberg's full remarks make it clear he's talking about pre industrial farming but the offense is already taken by Brock Stephenson writes quote please come show me how simple farming is because she writes evidently I have way over complicated this whole thing she goes on to say please accept my in attention to show this farm girl just how stupid I am and she closes with I double dog dare you Corwin hake komo news later today experts are going to take a much closer look at another slow moving landslide in east king county cracks have formed on highway two oh three between carnation and of all right now traffic is alternating using one lame after the road dropped about five inches.
"ameritech" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Court opinions and they don't obey the constitution and you know that said they have to be fifty twos as a lot of people say as Ameritech this is the only state was that that was actually bombed during the cold war's and actually drop bombs in West Virginia I have maybe you want to refresh my memory on that one seriously yeah we'll just look it up I don't know the particulars but it was during the during the Cold War they were terrible even they were testing bombs so no they were they were busting up the the strikers many were hanker ten was called in to and did you know what they were bombing they were bombing citizens in West Virginia okay I'll have to look that up okay but so then if you don't get remedy in relief and you don't get a bill and they ignore you are you going to then still I use are you going to take that as a sign that they've accepted you new contract you gonna stop paying taxes anyway you know I have the award the word right now it was done on behalf of all people but the wars issue to me so I could affect the award right now the end toward the ward says it it is you know it is a media it is already enacted this is from the heart this is from the arbitrator correct from the arbitrator that's correct so I could do that I'm I'm not you know I'm waiting for a settlement that includes everyone and we would actually like to have a permanent often situation where people can opt in if they wish to do so in the future in an opt out well opt into the contract out in opting in here it's it's okay right right opt out of the U. S. constitution an opt in to J. three Colin sixteen which again is the sentiment it'll be based on that contract say that right is a contractor that was accepted by the government but we want a settlement exactly how that contract will be you know enforce why are why are you representing yourself wouldn't it be why not right now you're making a mistake I do not I am myself why would a representation is something less than the real thing Sarah not fair enough excellent point but why would you not seek counsel from a constitutional lawyer who might even agree with you well I think we did pretty good with no attorneys any in the unfortunately she we have corporate government and we have the bar is a corporation lawyers are officers of the court Sir the problem is you're you're dealing yeah you do you're dealing with the deep state okay okay yeah we're gonna pick this up on the other side absolutely I do feel I I know where you're going with that will take a time I'll come back open up the phone lines questions and comments here's Donovan and hurdy gurdy man a classic by the Scottish singer songwriter back with more on coast to coast AM some of the when the teams if you the news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA a girl coming from a bite by a river honor your head open the back door for home to water dog in when the author squeezed by an attack the dog luckily her mom through the animal out of the house but not before but the girl and her parents the teenager tells Tampa's news channel eight that everything happened so fast I thought it was a cat I like if only in cat by and it was really quick like it was like a sharp teeth and like the girl got rabies shots will her dogs vaccinations were already up to date and prince Harry Meghan Markle ended their first commercial gig since stepping down as full time working members of the royal family according to page six the couple mean appearance Thursday at one hotel in Miami South Beach to attend the JPMorgan alternative investment summits and the Florida state fair is going strong in Tampa with fun rides an unusual foods for you to try like steak and eggs Sundays and cheese burger on a stick with Florida's news I'm Sean fan from the Florida center credit union home loans traffic center still not a whole lot going on with the Tampa Bay area highways as we get further into the night two seven five is moving up to speed throughout the Tampa Bay area at this time seven fives also looking good both north and southbound lanes and I force looking good both east and west the summer expressway is reporting any major problems in or out of downtown Tampa at this time the veterans is clear all the way up through citrus county and they're known for delays across the bay area bridges Carl the news radio WFLA after a cool and comfortable Saturday with a lot of sunshine temperatures are going to start a warming trend from here on out tonight's lows falling to near fifty three degrees under clear skies and light winds Sunday.
"ameritech" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Big very big you know there these guys have moved the ball on everybody they've played this year and I've been in a bunch of tight games and it's a good win for us it is a good when you mention the Detroit you try to move the ball on everybody they finished with a hundred ninety one yards it your right to me they had been an offense that move the ball if you total what they did the last three quarters they finished with a hundred one yards and three quarters yeah we had the bad first drive and then the opening drive of the second half but after that when I thought we played well overall yep each office of we look like again after the part return you guys kind of settle down I thought I thought I mean drew certainly accurate with the ball is twenty five of thirty three he did throw an interception how how would you rate his performance just based on what you saw off the sidewalk I thought it was very good you know I ran the offense efficiently for the most part we only have the burn a time out one time when he was confused a little bit on the call Tony through it well moved around well he played a part in us not giving up any sacs you know with his movement and very pleased with the way he played I'm going to end our discussion with this and hopefully will put a smile on your face the last three quarters the Broncos had twenty four first downs to the lions eight the Broncos ran fifty eight plays the winds thirty two two hundred ninety seven yards of offense last three quarters the lions had won a one in finally time of possession thirty minutes and fifty six seconds for Denver Fortino for for the lines pretty good stats yes will puts a smile on my face that a boy thank you congratulations there is Vic Fangio with Dave Logan brought to us by a bear star casino resort spa black **** earnings you play with my choice at Ameritech casino blackrock I knew my choice members get a guaranteed thirty dollars after signing up Broncos twenty seven seventeen winners over the lions No.
"ameritech" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Name is rich Ameritech reporter at KTLA channel five in Los Angeles filling in today for Leo laporte who is on vacation thanks for joining me our number three just about to kick off but no more about me you can check out my website it's a rich on it tech dot TV in fact it's kind of what I go by on TV catch me on your local station usually it's rich on tech we have lots of good stuff to talk about in this third hour we're gonna have some guests as well more questions but something that I thought was cool we did a story on this weekend KTLA so where I live in Los Angeles we've just been having lots and lots of wild fires and you know obviously of the threat of earthquakes and all these things make you think about the fact that it's great when you have cell phone coverage right and most the time you do you've got cell phone you got wifi but there are times when that can go out that can go down when I went hiking I was hiking in the Arizona a couple months ago with my little brother and you know you get I'm now an hour into the woods and boom there goes your signal for the rest of the day and so I found this thing called the sap pack and we did a story on it and it's just so cool it's basically a tiny satellite for your smartphone I'm a I'm that's exactly what it is it's a satellite you attach your smartphone and what it does is it lets you send text with no signal so even if you're on a cell phone signal this little device will send your text now it's not the tax that you're normally sending like you know what iMessage or three regular phone number it uses its own app and it bypasses the cell signal on your phone it sends your message up twenty two thousand miles in the air doesn't sound crazy to think that is going up twenty two thousand miles I had to think about as it was at feet or miles no it's miles the satellites are pretty far up there and then it comes back down your friends phone or whoever for emergencies and stuff like that and I tried it we have the people from sat pack come to the come to LA company name higher ground and by the way it sat PA Q. sat pack Q. it works with android or iOS we connected it to an android phone and you open up their little app and you type in a text and boom it arrived to my phone less than seven seconds later and I just thought this was the coolest thing because it just makes so much sense and so I'll tell you personally when we had the fires my in laws were in the area that was very much affected and guess what we can get in touch with them for for I think it was two days without coverage because all the cellphone towers went down there's no electricity no internet no wifi they actually stayed at their house they shouldn't have but they did and my wife of course freaking out because she can't can't touch their parents and if they would have had this it would have all been fine it would have been you know Hey we're okay at least we know we had no idea and so it's one of these technologies that you sure about you just say wow shouldn't everyone have this in the reason why everyone does not have it is because it's expensive it's two hundred fifty dollars for the device and then you got to pay for the tax and the tax are about thirty cents each but the way they do it you buy a package of tax so you buy a bunch of tax for you know hundred Bucks for fifty dollars and a last kind of indefinitely as long as you use this thing once a year you're talking minimum investment at least two fifty three hundred dollars including some tax but the reality is if you had this thing in your bag then you would be able to be connected at all times as long as you can see the southern sky you can be connected it's kinda like direct TV or dish network they have a couple satellites and it covers all of the U. S. at once whereas Solor covers a swat at once and you need a lot of antennas and then when you think about why fights even tinier area I need a whole bunch of wifi hotspots but what's with satellite you just put the satellite up in space and it covers everything all at once which is pretty amazing so again to fifty dollars battery lasts about four months and I just think this is the coolest thing again it connects your phone so it's not doesn't plugin it connects via Bluetooth and as long as your phone supports Bluetooth you've got android or iOS you can have coverage anywhere you want to pay for hikers the people who created this thing created with hikers in mind because they were hikers they realize that this is just for a lot of people so I love this thing set pack if you want to check it out you can check out the story on my website rich on tech dot TV but I just think that that kind of technology just so amazing and I hope that it's built into smartphones everyone smartphone in the future c'mon apple you listening Jeff is in Knoxville Tennessee you're on with rich rich grab some frustration with very major phone I hear it in your voice Jeff what's going on can I name the company I assure you can name names I watched a T. mobile television ad several times and couldn't believe it so I called a couple at a local stores may favor of fat at their their cloaks there needn't but and I got all the managers and I did it was the team mobile fifty five program is long as you're over fifty five well I'm significantly over fifty fat and I had the had straight talk through Walmart I bought a cell phone and then also about their their unlimited additional phone and was using area well let me go to the team more malice here what's what's going on here let's try to solve your frustrations they said that I could get two phones for a total of fifty five dollars the store managers verified that show about the program and I got two brand new phones Sam sung in a year where it is and they they seem to be okay but right after I bought it I get a bill for an additional hundred dollars and so I can I called the store back and the manager has not returned my call and that's been over two weeks so what are they promise you and what did you get they promised me unlimited talk text data and thirty gigs of hot spot as for how much fifty five dollars and just one person just you yeah no I got to love and then what's the hundred dollars they haven't been able to explain it except they said all we we didn't mean fifty five dollars total but they're saying that now that is what they said when I went to the store and turned in my other phones and got the fifty five and the store manager when you transfer a return from my other phone to the new Samsung phones and I'm getting billed so I called they've got a their tech operation is down in Texas when the home office up in Washington so I call down there and they were very nice and establish and when they give me a fifty dollar credit but that doesn't make any any sense because right after that the next month it's another hundred dollars so we're always open fifty five dollars now it's going to cost me a hundred dollars it sounds like they did not put something in the system properly hang on just a second I'm a go to Leo real quick will come back and not chat more about this Leo protecting your most valuable data whether it's family photos videos important business documents that's crucial just ask anybody who's lost and we've had calls on the show all the time lost everything on their computer from a hard drive failure or with ransomware and honestly it's not a matter of if it's gonna happen is just a matter of when your computer your phone or tablet dropped.
"ameritech" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Ameritech is that old person that you get out and and and life is very precious and every second impresses me you don't want to be you know AT and and broken women and and the nursing home who took your house you don't do that we're we're concerned a lot of us when we first get involved in investing in I know online trading academy one of the things is great is it suitable for people in all various levels including beginners so we're afraid we have fear and we are mostly afraid of you know what's going to happen we're not gonna be able to do this we're going to end up losing money help us deal with that fear actually good that you have here because I I mention this to you I think before another show that the market can stay around small water that you and I can stay solvent and the markets are basically run by Wall Street it's all about people that know what you're doing everyday legally taking money from people that don't know what you're doing so so there is a way to extract money from the market it's not easy he would never tell anybody that's easy there's a process that I will cover as much as I can in two hours of explains how we do this and the way the way that there that's all about what Congress management at which is when we took which basically the way I look at it when you when I press the button to do a trade and I did some trading this morning I press that button I set this thing goes completely or it's the exam I think it's kind of sad how much money can I lose and so long as you have that then you know that you're never gonna lose more than what you plan to an advance on out we have a process by which they deflect with each other also just speaking from a potential investors perspective we're I did do that and I had that same rationale in my head you know once I do start making money is does it make sense for me to put aside a certain amount of that that I can later use that I can lose.
"ameritech" Discussed on Off The Hook
"Did serve as they did so deloitte and Tish did this one point one million dollars report series of reports of two thousand pages and they said well. Here's the future. Here's the future we're GONNA have telemedicine. We're GONNA tell conferencing. We're gonNA tell them anything you want aunts and they just handed it to the state and the state bill it was big. Thud get your like drop on Ooh. That's a lot of research and then suddenly they didn't do anything hat now. Let's say by states a little different the Ameritech regions which is Ohio uh-huh Indiana Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin they decided to start rolling out fiber and they base that the fancy stuff but just fiber and then they stopped when they were merged and that turned into a place called wow how were they did a fire sale and they got rid of all of the wiring and that fiber was still on the ground snet wire half part of the state in ninety six which which is Connecticut and then they stopped wait. It's net that's not one of the bells well it was bought but by the book by by Southwestern Bell in nineteen ninety eight okay combined and by the way the bells all the bells up into the merger and you get like S._B._C.. All these crazy so I'll have it was this is ninety six before they were all merged. They made all these commitments. They said we're GONNA do the fiber optic wiring and they all went through so all the plans basically they started getting all this money coming in and they decided not to roll out the wiring the second thing that happened which choose important ones they all started merging so southwestern bell which has Texans went out and started bought they bought packbell which is California they bought <hes> snet which is southern New England telephone claiming. We're going to go with all these other regions <unk> out of region and I'm going to compete out of our region. They bought Ameritech which is the five states and they said we will go with the thirty cities outside of our region for wireline broadband competition and the answer is is the F._C._C. Final Decision Asian claim that they only had to have three customers per city as a fulfillment of the city obligation that they were competing. Is that a joke three customers. Where did they come up with that number? It probably was six and they lowered it three. Where did they come up with this? I could probably find more people in a bar there so this three customers that they have in another city what exactly you're saying. It's okay so when all these companies competing in these other cities okay they ahead three people and then they don't have any more obligated A._C.. So as far as I'm concerned Oh wow you really breaking into new markets. It's like yeah all twenty four of them. We've we've filed a plane customers. We play with the F._C._C.. This ridiculous multiple crimes blinds the multiple proceedings gap all of the current. You know oh they're doing the A._T.. And T. is supposed to do twelve point five million a fiber optic lines for its merger with DIRECTTV. Okay well turns out. Nobody's auditing that within a thousand feet of the house and so it could be five billion A._T.. And T. has seventy six bought had all these different mergers takes has seventy six million locations in their territory and they have three million lines the fiber optics home so they were supposed to five point five million we just California. They're supposed to have six million in Ameritech region by by the year two thousand now. I'm sitting there and nobody really wants to hear the story. I read a book about this. The first book I wrote was in one thousand nine hundred and I had a Bob Metcalfe forward of the book the title the Unauthorized Bio with the baby bells. Oh okay interesting yeah and so that's one of the three books I wrote so documented everything I did studies reports. Nobody really cared then they started announcing nextwave..
"ameritech" Discussed on Full Court Press
"This is a team that Minnesota beat Alpher playoffs while last year on the last day of the season so in and everybody's also ask questions like well when Isaiah Thomas is healthy should he play? I think the answer is. No. But maybe move him where he can play. We shall see. We'll Barton what kind of role. Does he have when he gets back leak visas when playing really well Morris playing really really well what they have right now is really good. And so the question is when some of these hurt guys come back. D to stick with what you're doing? And if you take one thing I do notice in San Antonio is Powell assaults healthy now he's not playing because they're winning so sorry, sit down. But but and then also we were very unimpressed with what Purtill is doing the first time. We watched them play the season. The Spurs this week, and he's a he's opening up to doing orchestra things. But what happened with him? And then lastly, the pelicans that's a team. I thought that now definitely miss miratec for sure. The AD Ameritech are almost impossible to cover both of them on any given off the possession. Especially with Drew's in the game with them. But Spurs Detroit, Detroit, Memphis. Okay. See twice back to back with. Okay. See that's going to be important games to watch at the end of the week. Memphis has New Orleans Spurs Miami, not an easy week. What you're trying to get your footing. Denver has Houston Miami, clippers Phoenix, so interesting. You know, I have seen the result of the Denver Houston tonight. That's one I'm gonna end up watching the pelicans have Memphis Cleveland and Minnesota so interesting week there so Spurs grizzlies nuggets pelicans next week. Thanks for listening press podcasts at lot Willis, Willis underscore, Glenn. I have a piece coming out on Peachtree hoops tomorrow about the right fit for the hawks to St. and the future big output next. John Collins check that out on kind of.
South Korean official says Trump has agreed to meet with Kim Jong Un
"That south korea's national security adviser will announce an invitation from kim jong wound to meet with president trump the gesture coming after the two leaders hurled insults at each other for months south korean president moon also reportedly plans to meet with kim relations between the two koreas thought of it during the winter olympics with athletes from both countries competing together under a unification flag despite the breakthrough though some issues have not changed fox news is told kim won't commit to halt nuclear testing and the us and south korea will go forward with joint military drills lisa steve earlier president from making it official signing off on tariffs were imported steel and aluminum which will go into effect in about fifteen day we're going to be doing a reciprocal tax program at some point so that if china's gonna charges 25 percent or of india's going to charge a 75 percent and we charge them nothing if they're at fifty or their 75 or there are twentyfive we're going to be at those same numbers called reciprocal ameritech arizona republican senator jeff flake promising to induce rent a legislation to nullify those tariffs after florida state house signed off on new gun legislation is not yet clear of governor rick scott will sign it the gun law reform and school safety bill passed by the florida legislature raises the age to by long guns to 21 and creates legal mechanisms to take guns away from people rule to be mentally disturbed all things governor rick scott asked for but the bill also allow schools to let non teachers staff carry firearms on campus governor scott is not in favor of arming teachers and has said he's not sure he'd signed the bill taxes evin round fox news there unbalanced kale bj news time 602 good evening i'm eric like this is.