35 Burst results for "April Second"

Transitioning from First to Second House Hack

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

02:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Transitioning from First to Second House Hack

"To recap. You bought a house. Inner nevada three bedroom. Two bathroom main house. I believe with a one. One basic mother-in-law sweet above the garage wrecked about the perfectly out for a house. Ac you and your wife alison been there for two years. We we were there for about a year and a half year knafo correct okay so year and a half and what you live in the main house. You've been air being being the mother-in-law sweet above the garage and then you've done a great job of pivoting with that one covert happen. You switched to medium term rentals so as we. I want to get some numbers with you and details. Is you pivoted to medium term rental on there and now you have moved out your new property. So tell us about the pivot from a short term rental medium-term rental covert. I say about a year ago and why that's changed your investing philosophy so when kovic hit my wife and i looked at each other like. Oh crap our whole principles. Our philosophy is based off of short term rental people. Travelling people aren't traveling so the whole part of the game is adapting. And seeing what we can do. And so that's when we really started Looking into medium term rentals and medium term rentals or anything over thirty days and we started looking into furnish finder and copa to try to get people in because furnished finder is actually focused more towards traveling nurses and everyone knows during covid. There's a lot of traveling nurses and so that really got us through twenty twenty out safe. From april to september in september we opened backup april-september medium term rentals saved our business and during that process. We knew that we noticed that. Okay this is great. We're not doing laundry every night. This is great. have to deal with the cleaner. We're not having constant turnover. We're having more professionals come in and live with our live in our property that are more quiet and sleep during the and work at night and it just it really fit my wife and i during that time fit perfectly and we couldn't ask for anything better all right and so give a frequency so medium term rental is everyone everyone a few months turnover. Yeah it depends on what they're looking for the shortest term you can do is thirty days but we've had some up to four to five months and we've actually had people come last minute like hey can i stay a little bit longer. But we're really trying to keep it as business and keep our occupancy and our turnover or occupancy as low as possible so we have people lined up so we have had to turn away a couple of people but all in all we've had excellent excellent

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The Role Shift of Voice Assistants to Search Engine-Like Voice Aides With Braden Ream

VOICE Global 2021

01:44 min | 11 hrs ago

The Role Shift of Voice Assistants to Search Engine-Like Voice Aides With Braden Ream

"Would hope we start to see more intent based queries for the actual general assistance Googles of the world where are no longer asking acknowledged based queries like hey hotels april tower. It's i'm hungry right. It's more of an intention and we start to see that consumer behavior shifts. There's a bit of a chicken and egg Around this but let's just accent assume or a perfect world for a second when you see that consumer may shift words. I'm hungry or you know. Where's the nearest restaurant is another way to say i'm hungry right. You're implicitly saying that you're going to start to see these assistance act more like search engines which is really exciting. Because i think that's when You know we can start to viewer assistance. The reason why they're called assistance right. They're meant to be helpful mill to help us in our everyday tasks not just voice you know. Search of google acceptable often with a lot of assistance are for most folks. It's whether alarm clocks ability to search for information We want to be able to Access manipulating engage with information right I think we'll definitely see that in the next five years. Ten years is like without with extreme certainty Two years is a little bit. you know. It's plausible and then in five years. I i feel pretty confident that you'll start to see the voice assistance that we all know in us today really become search engines and the allowing access the world around it access information and access services around us really with the use of a personal assistant concierge that we have in our home.

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CDC to Meet on Rare Heart Inflammation Following COVID Vaccines

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:34 min | 20 hrs ago

CDC to Meet on Rare Heart Inflammation Following COVID Vaccines

"Fading from view comes another potential twist. I wouldn't panic. The CDC says It will hold an emergency meeting this week to talk about a higher than usual number of cases of heart inflammation reported following Covid 19 vaccinations. Why is not entirely clear that obvious concern is that Some way. Somehow, the vaccine stimulates your immune system, which then acts against your heart causes injury to the heart. Another concern it seems to be popping up more and young people, According to a recent report, the CDC identified 226 cases of the condition called myocarditis in people, 30 or younger who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Most were mailed, and the conditions seem to occur more often after their second does with chest pain as the most common symptom myocarditis is rare across across the board. It is a rare thing, Cornwell says. Most young, healthy people should fully recover over time. A rare minority will have serious complications from it, which can be you know if you have permanent heart damage from inflammation of your heart. Um, that obviously is a serious problem. It's too early to say for certain if these cases are directly tied to the covid vaccine or the result of better reporting, But Cornwell says, it's all part of a learning process. Everything we do in medicine has risks. You know, A lot of what we do is a risk benefit ratio, and we try to apply the things where the benefits are large and the risks are small. The CDC's emergency meeting is scheduled for June 18th. Dr Cornwell says he expects will have a little more information on this in the next few weeks. Once Rachel skied

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Texas COVID Hospitalizations Increase as Delta Variant Spreads

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:34 sec | 22 hrs ago

Texas COVID Hospitalizations Increase as Delta Variant Spreads

"Pure water systems from the 19 Hospitalizations are increasing in Texas due to the delta variant from India, the India very experts faster and is more deadly, raising concerns for health experts in North Texas. It's probably a certainty that's going to come here. That's John Sims, director of you NT's Health Science Center safer. Their Texas, which is helping with the vaccine outreach. The variant has attributed to the first rise in Covid hospitalizations in Texas since mid April. The variant made up 2% of cases last week in Texas, Northwest region. Now up to 10% Sam says the COVID

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Returning to the Workforce: The Stay at Home Mom Gap

Motherhood in Black & White

02:12 min | 2 d ago

Returning to the Workforce: The Stay at Home Mom Gap

"Of the concerns that some women have when there is that gap on the chosen to stay home is how can we re enter the workforce. How can i add value to accompany. Now how can. I make sure that my skills remain relevant or that. They feel that they're transferable right so talk us through exactly. Maybe what it is you've done on your resume and any advice that you can give to moms. Who are making this transition with. They can do. I think that's a great point. That's one of the major challenges that i've found is one. It takes a lot more time than i thought it was gonna take and it's hard at some points not to get discouraged and there are a lot of online programs and resources like the mom project is a great one where they list job opportunities and try to match moms and companies. But you'll find. Is that with all the artificial intelligence going. Through the resumes and applications. The gap becomes an issue. It really does so for me. I think building strong resume. that's creative. That includes him skills that you may have learned at home a really fine tuned at home including those as well as any volunteer projects but really building the networking list. I mean creating a west figuring out who you know who knows who i think. Networking is really the key just announced. Recently i know lincoln specifically back in maybe april just a couple of months ago started adding you know. Stay at home. Moms stay at home dad. The soft skills you find in that sort of role to their website. So that when you're putting your previous jobs and roles on newington profile you can add those to kind of shore up the gap. What is your opinion on that. Have you have you use link in that way. I'm not using. I m using lincoln but not in that way but i. I think that's great. I was talking to some women at the texas women's foundation they do a lot of advocacy in this area and they were even saying to a panel of employers in see does when the ceo's asked how do we get more women in the workforce. Their recommendation was ignored. The gap and create more flexible. Work schedule also at pay

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Pederson Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Cubs Beat Cards 7-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Pederson Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Cubs Beat Cards 7-2

"Jack Peterson homered for the third straight game in the cubs put together a five run second in a seven to trouncing the cardinals Ian happ put the cubs ahead with a two run blast in the second and Sergio Alcantara added a solo blast in the third Kyle Hendricks tossed six solid innings for a sixth consecutive victory at Chicago seventh in its last eleven games no one are not and Paul the young hit home runs for the cardinals who have dropped ten of twelve to fall to five hundred for the first time since April twenty eighth John Gant was chased in the second inning and felt a form for I'm Dave Ferrie

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The History of Marie Taglioni: The Romantic Era’s Most Renowned Ballerina

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:03 min | 2 d ago

The History of Marie Taglioni: The Romantic Era’s Most Renowned Ballerina

"And we're gonna talk about a very famous to anybody who knows anything about dance. Marie tagliani who was very famous dancer. really considered the ballerina of the romantic and she's often credited with revolutionizing valet restyling it redefining dance but her father was really a pretty significant part of all of those achievements And she came from a bali family. So i mentioned her father but also her grandfather. Carl tahiliani was a theatrical dancer. And a choreographer. Her uncle salvator was a prominent dancer. Her mother was swedish. Ballerina named hedvig sophie. Karston although she did not go by head big But her father. Felipe tagliani was really the biggest influence on her life and her career and filippo was a dancer and a choreographer he was very successful and he's credited with much of the development of what we now refer to as the romantic ballet style so marie had dance in her blood like genetically she should've been primed but it didn't really play out that way. Initially no in eighteen o three filippo. He took a job as principal dancer and ballet master in stockholm sweden. And that's where he met and married sophie karston. Which is the name. She used her middle name Instead of her first name which was big they started a family right away. Marie was born on april. Twenty third eighteen. Four in stockholm. Her brother paul was born. Four years later and filippo accepted a post in vienna. When marie was still an infant and philippa did some training with his children when they were very young but When they were school age he moved them to paris to pursue additional dance training but despite being the daughter of to accomplish answers and having a pedigree that goes went back even further than that. Marie really did not impress the ballet masters in the french capital according to paris opera director. Louis veron's more jean-francois kulon. Who was the prison teacher. Who had trained filippo once. Famously said this about marie. When all that little hunchback ever learned

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The Trial of Sacco and Vanzetti

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:25 min | 3 d ago

The Trial of Sacco and Vanzetti

"The crime itself took place on april fifteenth. Nineteen twenty a security guard named allesandro bernardini. And a paymaster named frederick param mentor were delivering the payroll for the slater. More shoe company factory in braintree massachusetts. The men were carrying two large steel boxes full of cash when they were approached by two men and shot dead in the street. The two men took the boxes of cash containing over fifteen thousand dollars and fled in a waiting car to make very long story short. The police suspected italian anarchist based on previous similar crimes. When running up a lead on the getaway car they found connections with people who had weapons that mashed the ones used in the crime. This led them to sako and vans. eddie when asked about guns. They said they never owned any yet. They were carrying firearms on their person at the time they were placed into custody and charged with murder on may fifth and the trial began june. Twenty second i'm vastly over simplifying the case at this point and how they were arrested but suffice to say they were arrested and this is where the real story starts. The trial was a mess on many different levels. The prosecution relied on ethnic differences between the italian defendants and the jurors. There were conflicting testimonies. The witnesses claimed that they saw different things and they had different stories for each defendant. There was conflicting ballistics testimony. The defendants politics were also brought into the trial to prejudice the jury against them. It was also brought forward that both men went to mexico. Nineteen seventeen to escape the draft for world war one. A defense committee was founded soon after their arrests. But they didn't really help during the trial vans eddie. At one point claim that their defense was so bad that they might as well have been working for the prosecutor's on september fourteenth. The jury took only three hours to find both men. Guilty of murder after the indictment. It's believed that the galliani organization began a bombing campaign in retribution in addition to a series of mail bombs sent to us embassies around the world. They were also responsible for the wall. Street bombing of september sixteenth. That bomb killed forty people and injured one hundred and forty three. It was the deadliest terrorist attack in american history up until that point at the same time of the trial. Most people in the country still hadn't heard of soko and vans eddie. The trial itself was really only reported on boston. It was only after the trial when the reports of how these men were treated were made public that the men became a cause celebre.

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When Fashion is Art with Instagrammer Melania Chavarria Nuo

Dressed: The History of Fashion

02:04 min | 4 d ago

When Fashion is Art with Instagrammer Melania Chavarria Nuo

"Of the first things. I thought of when i saw your instagram was i mean basically it stops you in our tracks our listeners who do not already follow you will. I'm sure look you up immediately. And the first thing i think of is where is she getting all of these clothes because it's just incredible. It's so incredible. How while you match your surroundings and integrate with the art. That's a part of this imagery or producing. Everything is so spot on and like she must have been a ton of time and money creating this clothing and actually you just did a fab video of your closet. Which i'm sure we'll talk about later. But as april and i are doing a little bit of research for this episode we learned that. Perhaps this has something to do with your formal education. Can you tell us about where you went to college. And what you studied. That's a long story actually Because i i studied fashion twice. I in mexico It was very complicated for me. Because ever since i was like i said i wanted this so our had failed that i had to choose like which direction to take so i started making a research. Nfl fellow that. I always had this idea that italian culture was more seemingly to us of course had this Examples okay be started the capital city so fashion light. You know have london milan. Perry's so you know. But i oh whistle that my way of understanding fashion because of our values are familiar with mexico. I always felt that they leon system was could be good a good example for me to develop like my own way of making fashions but of course you know time goes by and you start finding your own boys and reality. I have to be honest and say that when the time came for me to study fashion we only in my family will it. I was not ready to move at

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Another Jump in Prices Tightens the Squeeze on US Consumers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Another Jump in Prices Tightens the Squeeze on US Consumers

"Many goods and services continue getting more expensive as the economy quickly reopens from cereal to paint to air travel consumer saw another jump in prices last month zero point six percent increase from April over the last year inflation has spiked five percent the biggest twelve month rise since two thousand eight it comes amid growing demand is more Americans get out to shop travel and eat adding to price hikes a shortage of components like lumber steel and semiconductors companies from General Mills to chipotle do sure when Williams have either been raising prices war plan to do so in some cases to make up for higher wages they're now paying to keep or attract workers Sager made ani Washington

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Astronaut Handovers at the International Space Station

Innovation Now

01:14 min | 6 d ago

Astronaut Handovers at the International Space Station

"That the commercial crew program has begun flying crews a forum on us commercial spacecraft. The full crew of the international space station has expanded to seven people. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future to ensure that the international space station is continuously staffed with astronauts and cosmonauts a new crew now launches and arrives at station before the prior crew returned to earth this results in a short period of time where there are more crew than usual on board as of april. Twenty twenty one. The station had seven permanent crew quarters or personal spaces for astronauts to sleep and work during their. Stay so how to eleven. Astronauts share the seven crew quarters when the new crew arrives. They don't crew members work with flight controllers to identify temporary campout locations in modules with the least activity during the handover period for those few days. The station is bustling as new crew. Members familiarized themselves with their home in space and crew members preparing for their return to earth. Spend time packing cargo and doing refresher training for

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US Job Openings Surge to Record 9.3 Million in April

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

US Job Openings Surge to Record 9.3 Million in April

"The number of available jobs is up way up the economy is re opening at breakneck speed as we recover from the pandemic walk down there were a record nine point three million jobs available in April that's up an eye popping twelve percent for March but employers hired just over six million people the message their jobs are opening faster than companies can fill them the biggest increase in job openings hotels and restaurants and listen to this the number of Americans who quit their jobs in April rose eleven percent the highest figure in records going back twenty years I'm ready to fall late

US Trade Deficit Dips to $68.9 Billion With Exports Up

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

US Trade Deficit Dips to $68.9 Billion With Exports Up

"The US trade deficit drops by eight percent in April after reaching a record high in March the commerce department says the trade deficit was just under sixty nine billion dollars in April it had been a record seventy five billion in March an improving global economy drove up demand for American goods while domestic demand for imports slowed many economists expect the trade deficit to continue dropping in coming months but some economists worry the recovering U. S. economy will result in a stronger demand for foreign made products that would increase imports and add to the trade deficit my camp in Washington

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The US Jobs Report Is Breaking Records

WBZ Midday News

00:17 sec | 6 d ago

The US Jobs Report Is Breaking Records

"The lorry. There's a new jobs reports that is breaking records in two ways. One is the sheer number of job openings in April, which hit 9.3 million. The other is the gap between vacancies and hiring. The Labor Department says the number of vacancies topped new hires by 3.2

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Manchin Meets With DC Civil Rights Leaders After Rejecting Voting Bill

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:10 sec | 6 d ago

Manchin Meets With DC Civil Rights Leaders After Rejecting Voting Bill

"Centrist Senator Mansion will meet with civil rights leaders in D. C. Today meeting with the Reverend Al Sharpton and the head of the National Urban League. They'll discuss mansions opposition to the

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What Paper Is Dr. Fauci Referring to That Said the Virus Has a Natural Origin?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last week

What Paper Is Dr. Fauci Referring to That Said the Virus Has a Natural Origin?

"The finger at China, only pointing the finger at Donald Trump. So what's really stunning is one of the guys who was involved in this kind of research at this Wuhan Institute of Virology was a guy by the name of Peter Dash shock from the Eco Health Alliance. I don't know the man it's not personal, simply suggesting his group was responsible for working with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and some money made its way through those groups from taxpayers to the Wuhan lack. So Anthony found she pay very close attention Today. We're going to go through this quick cause it's important. This is April 17 2020 April 17th 2020 pay very close attention to Dr Fauci at this press conference. If you saw it on my rumble account earlier, I played at my podcast Trump is at this press conference. April 17 2020 paid very close attention to Dr Fauci. Check this out. It was a study recently that we can make available to you, where a group of highly qualified evolutionary virologist looked at. The sequence is there and the sequences in Uh, bats as they evolve and the mutations that it took to get to the point where it is now is totally consistent with a jump. Of a species from an animal to a human, so I mean, the people will be available. I don't have the authors right now that we can make that available to Wow, That's a fascinating, fascinating Thing to say in April 17 2020 press conference. Dr Fauci seems quite convinced the virus had a natural origin. And what does he do? Ladies? Gentlemen, What does he do? He cites a paper. What paper? Is that? Do you notice he Claims to not know who the researchers are. He may not have, I don't know, can't get in his head, but it's kind of weird. He doesn't know the researchers yet he's citing this paper. I mean, is it possible he left the researchers out because one of the researchers

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Surviving to Thriving With Anne Crook

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:45 min | Last week

Surviving to Thriving With Anne Crook

"So thank you. Thanks for joining us. I'm excited you are still thank you. So much dr vm. So glad to be here. Yes so this is really a full circle. I remember you from the retreats and We exchange a few words branch and your with a french fan. And also we have that connection and you were there because you were dealing with breast cancer. So let's start there. You know what happened where led to that and where today. What a journey it's been. I'm so happy to say. I'm driving now after three years from that diagnosis But i'll start back with that. The diagnosis so i was diagnosed stage. One breast cancer back in april of twenty eighteen. It was about a week after my birthday. and it was Estrogen progesterone receptive her. Two negative and it was a huge wakeup call for me. Because i'm certified health coach. John i live pretty clean healthy lifestyle and really prayer ties myself care and it was just like wow. We're how did my body create that lump and backtrack back twenty ten. I had been diagnosed with hypothyroid and You know now later. Find out. I've had a mild case of hashimoto's i had elevated tgi. Antibodies but my you. Antibodies were always in range But i really feel like it was kind of the perfect storm of dealing with the hashimotos and leaky gut. I later found out. I had can dida. And estrogen dominance and so that kind of brought me to your retreats in september of two thousand eighteen.

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U.S. Economy Added 559,000 Jobs in May

News, Traffic and Weather

00:14 sec | Last week

U.S. Economy Added 559,000 Jobs in May

"The Labor Department reported that U. S employers added 559,000 jobs in May. That was an improvement from April sluggish game but still fell short of forecasts. Companies are still struggling to find enough workers as the economy

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"april second" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"april second" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Twenty ninth to April second due to fears over coronavirus summit was expected to bring about twenty two thousand people to Las Vegas it's now going to be held on line the Supreme Court has rejected an appeal of the federal ban on bump stocks devices that allow semi automatic firearms to fire rapidly like machine guns the justices did not comment Monday in declining to review a lower court ruling that upheld the ban which took effect nearly a year ago the trump administration announced the ban following a mass shooting here in Las Vegas in twenty seventeen to gunman used bump stocks that allow them to fire more than one thousand rounds at eleven minutes until fifty nine people wounding hundreds more it's a super Tuesday voters in fourteen states and one U. S. territory will go to the polls today to pick a democratic nominee for president Joe Biden got a boost yesterday when former rivals be booted judging Amy clover shar indoors Tim after dropping out Democrats want to nominate to be Donald Trump keep Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house the United States to do says there's an effort to stop him and that the establishment is getting nervous the last seventy five national polls he says we it's seventy out of those seventy five Elizabeth Warren is on the ballot and for the first time Mike Bloomberg more than a third of the delegates needed to win the nomination are up for grabs on super Tuesday I'm Julie Walker former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is endorsing Joe Biden for president the ex Nevada senator said in a statement Monday that Biden is the democratic candidate with the best chance of beating president Donald Trump in November at least two tornadoes touched down early Tuesday in central Tennessee including one that ripped across downtown Nashville involved about forty buildings that collapsed around the city my username is not homes trees and power lines where multiple injuries and hundreds of volunteers are in that area working currently laws frames is one place powerful departure of Randy Porter Merrin Putnam County says police are searching for injured people some schools already closed for super Tuesday voting will be kept close this week and beyond to handle repairs later this month construction of an arch that will welcome people to downtown Las Vegas will begin a Las Vegas Boulevard.

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"april second" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"april second" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"april second" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on On The Media

"Comic play about global warming called buzz. We spoke to him in April two thousand seventeen the earth's creates and extinguishes life with equal equanimity consider the Neanderthals of very successful line of humans for three hundred to four hundred thousand years, the evidence suggests they arose in Europe in a climate much like hours during a warm phase of the Pleistocene the ice age. But the world got colder and colder, we know that they were intelligent adaptable. I'm never social and strong. But maybe the cold killed them. Now, that's just a theory, one of many. But it offers a cautionary tale, because we can't really know as individuals where's the species how the earth will dispose of us. Only that it will. tale, because we can't really know as individuals where's the species how the earth will dispose of us. Only that it will. But for God's sake. Why Russian evolution or extinction? The fork in the road say what you will about Neanderthals they never stopped trying to survive. That's it for this week's show on the media is produced by Alana. Casanova Burgess, Mike alot injure laya Fedor, John Hanrahan ASTA chat of Eddie ends Andhra Ellen and our show was it ended this week by executive producer cut? You Rogers our technical director is Jennifer Munson engineers, this week were saying bear in Josh on on. The media is a production of WNYC studios. I'm Brooke Gladstone. I'm Bob Garfield on the media is supported by the Ford Foundation. The John s and James L Knight foundation and the listeners of WNYC radio.

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"april second" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"April second, this is Fox News. Trending now on NewsRadio. Eight thirty K HVAC from Gillian Norton Dez traffic is moving on AVI street in Kyla again after Monday's fiery helicopter crash that killed three people. The roadway was given the all-clear last night after crews spin two days documenting and cleaning up the site. Meanwhile, family members have identified the choppers pilot as twenty eight year old Joseph Berridge who had moved to the island's just twenty days ago. The two women passengers also killed in the crash where twenty eight year old Ryan mccullagh of Chicago and Jan bird. Burgess who was visiting from Australia changes are in store for her lives, bulky trash pickup yesterday. Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced the transition from monthly scheduled collection to an appointment based program. The change will affect thousands of customers from foster village to Hawaii KAI service will continue to be free but those needing bulky items picked up. We'll have to either call or go online to schedule an appointment. City. Officials say it's more efficient and cost effective move. The pilot program starts June third. There's a new program that aims to help. What you teachers bio home, the Hawaii executive conferences, partnering with a firm called landed which helps teachers come up with the down payment.

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"april second" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Yeah. April second there'd be a lot of teams. And you know, you got yourself. You got quarterback Brett ripen who's also going to be there some defensive players as well. So a lot of talent coming out of Boise state this year. You have plenty is on. You think you so much for coming on again, man, really looking forward to talk to you and seeing how you do in the future. Awesome. Thank you, really creases. Of course, this is Connor Livesey. I was with Alexander Madison Boise state running back. He's versatile guy that can be cowbell every down back in this league with three down. Skillset can catch the football out of the backfield can run in between. It's has the burst run outside the tackles really talented guy who's going to be a nicotine, very very happy happy in the NFL draft class. Thank you so much Alexandra for coming on. Thank you so much for everyone. That's listen this Livesey, and we see you guys next time. My name is Spencer home by name is Jason Kurt. My name is Ryan nanny combined. We form the shutdown full Tron keep telling you this forecast is technically college football podcast. But it's also a show about care disaster regional grocery stores. We live Tennessee Batman homeowners associations bears in video games. Pittsburgh Batman, the hell of being trapped at a group, text unreliable legal advice. I mean, there's also some actual football discussion like about coaches, having us contracts or coaches making terrible decisions or coaches, saying really stupid things or the NC double A's saying released. Yeah, there's lots of stupid things in this big dome. Beautiful sport time Arkansas decided to use a captured feral hog as a mascot and it escaped and it wind up killing seven rattlesnakes a pig. And a Coyote sometimes we talk about okay alleged. If you wanna take college football exactly as seriously as it deserves to be taken come find us on apple podcasts Spotify or wherever else you listen to podcasts. Like this one this downpo- cast. It's not voltron unless it is.

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"april second" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for listening, and how long did it take you to get from baby step one to where you were working on baby steps four five six. Well, we started in April two thousand fifteen. Two and a half years. Wow. Way to go. Wow. We started paying off the house in January this year. And yeah, we're hoping to get paid off in about a month. Wow. Very good. So you're almost the house, ding, ding. What's the house worth? It is right now at about two fifteen way to go. And what's your household income? It's a little bit over a hundred thousand foyer to go. Very good. So you're about to be a baby step seven person. So what's your question? Yes. Oh boy. Okay. Well, we've been toying around with this idea. My husband and has TSP. So now, you know became. Different about a year Salem. So we were wondering if we should focus on maybe moving some of the regular TSE money and just pay the taxes. Yes. Okay. Absolutely. I would because it's going to grow tax free from this point forward, and the tax money that you're paying is the same as investing money. It's like you put that much more money into the into the IRA is word of mouth our into the TSP at this point. So yeah. And so when you hit baby step seven, what you do you go max out, everything you can that is available to you. Which would be a couple of Roth IRA's. How old are you too? We are thirty nine and thirty six thousand dollars in the year two thousand eighteen each that, you can do our sixty five hundred I guess it'll be we'll have to look into say. But anyway, new mouse this year and the year twenty nineteen I'm sorry in two thousand eighteen is fifty five hundred each at your age, but there's new guidelines for nineteen. And so anyway, max those out max out everything you can put in the TSP everything you can put in a Roth and then above that you start other investing. But as far as transferring from the stuff inside the TSP from non Roth Roth thereby making a taxable. Yes at baby step seven is exactly where.

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"april second" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The April two thousand eighteen accident with south west Virgina, Philadelphia because of an uncontained engine failure. And that was a good reference for what occurred because the bottom line was they had a fan blade go through the engine and just basically. Side a gunman opening fire at a yoga studio and Tallahassee killing two and wounding five others. Andrew gillum who wants to be the state's next governor is the mayor of Tallahassee Gillam talking guns. We celebrate what it means to have the second amendment and celebrate safety and security and our homes, and our neighborhoods and our schools in our houses of worship at the same time, in my opinion is simple. If if you want the power of God at your waist belt, you want at least have a background check. And that shouldn't be too much. And that shouldn't be too extreme the gunman deci -scribed as a brooding military veteran and former teacher troubled by women and blacks and series of videos described black women, it's wars five others were wounded Gillam faces congressman Ron to Santa's in a heated. Gubernatorial race now send to be neck and neck another race said to be neck and neck that Senate contest and Arizona pits democrat Kirsten cinema against Republican Martha mcsally. According to the zone secretary of state. Nearly eighty percent of the ballots cast will be filled out before election day three girl scouts and women on the side of the road in Wisconsin,.

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"april second" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"And I decided in April two thousand and fourteen to stop gaming. And the what happened was that there was a a women's expo that I was gonna present at, and I was going to talk on video game addiction, and it was a five thousand person expo in New Zealand, and it didn't really sit right for me to be playing video games yet. Talk about video game addict. So I stopped and at the expo was really interesting. I had one of the best booze where everyone had to pass by not only get in, but also to get out. And I had a big banners help your child video game addiction. And what was really interesting is that can can you kid gets how many of the five thousand mothers and grandmothers aunties. They came through proactively came up to my booth to seek help for their child's video game addiction. I don't know. I guess it's a decent number just because I hear from a lot of moms who are concerned about this, though three, no way for only three and the the rest looked at the sign a look at it, help you video game addiction and got really like this really interesting expression of like shock in fear like quickly turn and walk your the way or others came up to me and were defiant. Just just with no warm up is just just came up to me in started defending their didn't say anything. Just came up in started verbally, arguing with me or the other, or the parents would say, oh, they're fine. They'll grow out of it. They're fine and actually wrote a four thousand word article on my blog. On the five ways, parents use video games as parenting tools, how they work in how they backfire. And what I realized is a head by the at both my parents in two of my sisters, read this article before published it because I wanted them to want to fair, not in attack these and they already. They said, it's fine. Please publish it in. Basically what I got from that experience was the parents use video games again, not maliciously or anything. It's just like video games are a way to have an instant reward structure. You know, you do good. You can play an instant punishment structure. If you don't do this, he'll take it away. It's a way to give time. Out whether like it's cheap, reliable babysitter. So you can put the kids in front of a video game and just give yourself as a parent, a break where their long or short term than the other reason that was given was one parent. Bragged to me is, you know, I'm I want my kids to play video games 'cause I can track them wherever they are because I put tracking software on their iphone. And I know my son always has his itinerary is at all times, the always xylophone on because he loves video games and the parents also said that, well, I rather that much older in play video games instead of get into drugs of risky behavior, gangs or other high risk behavior is video games is, you know, I know where they are all times. There endures, they're, they're safe. I'd read. This is the lesser evil end. I'm confident grow out of it. So that was that was a reasoning which I can understand the logic, and that's the article goes into more depth about where it works in where backfires, but the three women who came up to me who said, yes, they have a problem with their kids in video games won't help as they all had the three exact same scenarios. Their kids that were boomerang, they came back from college or university had no job had no real social life romantic life, and which is staying in the house playing video games all day, not going anywhere and got very reactive and verbally abusive towards their mothers. When the mothers tried to exact discipline on them to take video games away. One woman even expressed concerns that her son would get physical. If she did not if she tried to take the video games away. So it was very startling to to have that contrast of. Where the state without grant where the state was video games in parenting. Granted, this was over four years ago, and I think the culture has shifted since then in some more recognition. This is a problem, particularly with the meteoric rise of games, like fortnight league of legends overwatch and other kind of more online, massive, social gaming. While there's so much..

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"april second" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"april second" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"And I decided in April two thousand and fourteen to stop gaming. And the what happened was that there was a a women's expo that I was gonna present at, and I was going to talk on video game addiction, and it was a five thousand person expo in New Zealand, and it didn't really sit right for me to be playing video games yet. Talk about video game addict. So I stopped and at the expo was really interesting. I had one of the best booze where everyone had to pass by not only get in, but also to get out. And I had a big banners help your child video game addiction. And what was really interesting is that can can you kid gets how many of the five thousand mothers and grandmothers aunties. They came through proactively came up to my booth to seek help for their child's video game addiction. I don't know. I guess it's a decent number just because I hear from a lot of moms who are concerned about this, though three, no way for only three and the the rest looked at the sign a look at it, help you video game addiction and got really like this really interesting expression of like shock in fear like quickly turn and walk your the way or others came up to me and were defiant. Just just with no warm up is just just came up to me in started defending their didn't say anything. Just came up in started verbally, arguing with me or the other, or the parents would say, oh, they're fine. They'll grow out of it. They're fine and actually wrote a four thousand word article on my blog. On the five ways, parents use video games as parenting tools, how they work in how they backfire. And what I realized is a head by the at both my parents in two of my sisters, read this article before published it because I wanted them to want to fair, not in attack these and they already. They said, it's fine. Please publish it in. Basically what I got from that experience was the parents use video games again, not maliciously or anything. It's just like video games are a way to have an instant reward structure. You know, you do good. You can play an instant punishment structure. If you don't do this, he'll take it away. It's a way to give time. Out whether like it's cheap, reliable babysitter. So you can put the kids in front of a video game and just give yourself as a parent, a break where their long or short term than the other reason that was given was one parent. Bragged to me is, you know, I'm I want my kids to play video games 'cause I can track them wherever they are because I put tracking software on their iphone. And I know my son always has his itinerary is at all times, the always xylophone on because he loves video games and the parents also said that, well, I rather that much older in play video games instead of get into drugs of risky behavior, gangs or other high risk behavior is video games is, you know, I know where they are all times. There endures, they're, they're safe. I'd read. This is the lesser evil end. I'm confident grow out of it. So that was that was a reasoning which I can understand the logic, and that's the article goes into more depth about where it works in where backfires, but the three women who came up to me who said, yes, they have a problem with their kids in video games won't help as they all had the three exact same scenarios. Their kids that were boomerang, they came back from college or university had no job had no real social life romantic life, and which is staying in the house playing video games all day, not going anywhere and got very reactive and verbally abusive towards their mothers. When the mothers tried to exact discipline on them to take video games away. One woman even expressed concerns that her son would get physical. If she did not if she tried to take the video games away. So it was very startling to to have that contrast of. Where the state without grant where the state was video games in parenting. Granted, this was over four years ago, and I think the culture has shifted since then in some more recognition. This is a problem, particularly with the meteoric rise of games, like fortnight league of legends overwatch and other kind of more online, massive, social gaming. While there's so much..

New Zealand four years
"april second" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"april second" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Workers but back in april two thousand and eight in april two thousand when the last time we saw this kind of unemployment rate there were help wanted signs literally read now hiring pulse required a remarkable moment neil i want to turn to some i guess controversy today the president himself tweeted this morning at seven twenty one and this was a little more than an hour before these numbers came out and i'm going to quote he said looking forward to seeing the unim the employment numbers at eight thirty this morning this is caused quite a stir among economists y so these numbers that takes weeks to prepare them but they're kept under lock and key it's a very sensitive thing because they move markets the dollar the bond market the stock market all swing dramatically when these numbers are released so they're kept very confidential locked doors not not spread widely the president does get get a chance to learn about them the evening before the problem is if this becomes routine if the president kind of tips his hand or hints about what's to come it could be very destabilizing to markets and the idea that there wouldn't be this kind of predictable eight thirty am at exactly the everybody gets the numbers at the same time knows exactly how to interpret them we want that predictability especially if we find ourselves in a crisis a recession when when these numbers really markets turn on every every decimal point day and there's even some other even some critics out there who signed the president broke the law when he did this what is the rule well the rural is we don't see any government agencies talk about the numbers at all an hour around the numbers and i think that's really important is because i work with the national association for business economics certificates committee i work with these institutions and part of the.

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"april second" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"april second" Discussed on From Scratch

"Wasn't a two until two thousand eleven that you actually launched the company and it was your boyfriend who encouraged you to kind of stop everything you were doing what's the story there so in in about april two thousand eleven i had been working on little bits as a project as one of my projects for a few years and i had gone and found the factory to make it and we're doing it was doing prototypes and in april doesn't eleven i got the first shipment of a prototype from factory that i'd been working with china and for the first time i basically saw that little bit was manufacturable and simultaneously i'd been getting a good amount of press that was interested in the concept of kind of making lutron ix accessible to kids and adults than so people would write in wanting to place orders and so my boyfriend said you have a product that's manufacturable and you have a customer that wanted you need to stop everything else you're doing and start a company and it was kind of like oh yeah why not is he still your boyfriend he's my husband now yes where did you meet him i met him in new york actually he co curated a show with a moment with paolantonio lee called designing elastic mind that was about design and science he was chairing the conference and i was giving talk there in two thousand eleven shortly after you launched there was an exhibit at moma or the museum of modern art where little bits was displayed in little bits is now in the permanent collection can you tell me about that.

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"april second" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"april second" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"In terms of people's interest him in plying so we don't know but what we've done is we've set up this staggered process so that we can ensure that we know we can build up the necessary resources news so on april second this coming monday people can apply for privatization in terms of their applications following that in two weeks the people that get certified as party they can apply for the actual licenses following that then cultivators and and microbusinesses can apply following that other categories comply staggered by two weeks just to again make sure that we can handle the workflow i'm very confident we can but we think this is kind of the why not a dump on april second biggest just open did you get any sort of sense i mean have you been able to keep a somehow a finger on the pulse of business interest in mask in selling in massachusetts in retail in massachusetts and been able to get a sense of what the coal memo we're sending and the forgive me the community bands have have meant for these businesses legislatively allowed in our in our neighboring legislation launch into it they don't need to go through you guys right they need to tell you where they voted obviously where they end up but but they're it's all they're sitting there city council or it's their actual voters so let let's talk about that 'cause legislations very clear so town or city voted in favor of question for then all it takes or should me in that case they need a subsequent voter initiative tabatha soldiers and their towns if they voted against the initiative then all takes his select man or whatever the governing body is in town to ban facilities and i think the numbers plus or minus forty that have done that but it's very important to differentiate bands from what a lot of other cities and towns done which is put in place more toria and couple things about moratoria one is they are finite they are not open ended on they have to be approved by the attorney general and so the more tori that are in place expire either july first or december thirty first with probably some exceptions but they're approved by the.

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"april second" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"april second" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"In april second twenty six seventy i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show i welcome josh rogin global opinion for the washington post the changes in state department and central intelligence are significant will do what we can to look at mike pompeo who is a congress man from wichita kansas very prominent during the obama administration as a strong conservative voice and then suddenly late sixteen early seventeen he is wisden to be director of central intelligence yes he has a harvard law degree yes he is a veteran of the us army and yes he comes from the heartland the red state of kansas but still now from dc i from langley where he was just getting used to traveling the world as a as a as a representative of the trump administration he now is the state department josh a very good evening to you mike pompeo's credentials are good but they're not long and this is not man who's traveled in with labra recently is this does this move promise a sharp change its state that has this last year as you've explicatives in your column struggled with an identity under mr tillerson good evening to you good evening john well mike pompeo is relatively inexperienced in the sense comparing him to recent secretaries of state but he's relatively experienced when you in him the other top members of the trump administration i mean let's remember the f during the transition it was sort of a mixture of.

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"april second" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"april second" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Ends april second two thousand eighteen it's red eye radio he is eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara some of the feedback from when we talked to earlier last hour about the fact that you know trump and and the republican party ought to be just going after the whole russian collusion narrative and and saying look it's been reversed completely it's one hundred eighty degrees different that the people that were accusing that the democrats were accusing the you know the the the trump campaign of colluding with the russians it was exactly the opposite it was the hilary campaign doing it got getting some feedback well then they should be charged with treason that's not treason just so you know any of the crimes that may be committed would be to deal with the fis warns and as we explain to democrats early on there is no such crime as colluding with the russians you can you know we don't even know what the crime would be we know the federal election campaign laws that would be broken that would be a fine for example if you paid a foreign national nobody's going to jail over that and we don't know necessarily what the crime is any crimes that have been identified would be in the pfizer would be possibly be in the application to a five warned fraudulently doing something like like that as for the the dnc you know pain the foreign national in order to get the dirt there may be a federal elections campaign violation we don't know what the actual crime would be our point was that the collusion allegation be it a crime or not against donald trump was exactly what the hillary campaign was doing and we want that brought to light that's the first thing bring that to light shoe you know put put some sunshine on that and the republicans and trump have the.

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"april second" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"april second" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All this stuff none of the very guide the lack of my grunted in it and after often size often by moussaoui's april two or three months the full flow of this new store host the very unusual try diphyl you by event the together itchy over there is replaced the coffin getting in ecofin a trying it out is not a joke we think these events facilitate conversation of a few moves and death customers here they could come visit shopping trolley and talk about these matters freely it really helps they they go home and discussed their wishes with their loved ones more easily deeds so at the end of life preparations are becoming more and more common in japan there is even a word for them shia cats cocoa at tokyo they're not occupy shut they must abc's one at tokyo's biggest bookstores seized chair of the serb full overshoot books to help you plan every aspect of your finally is this section is for what in japanese it's cold ending notes it is a booklet you can feel lame yourself this money scold my life passed in the future kono ending renault though at samba course in that there are three pass fast is section on my history about your life up until now your favorite memories as well as your medical history the second it's full your active old age such as what tricks you would like to make end experiences you would like to have passed three east focus.

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"april second" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"april second" Discussed on TechStuff

"April second 1992 came and went and the team still didn't have a ship abol product yet though they had performed a few successful demos scully was assuaged a little bit although he kept on setting new deadline so that the team would have something to work toward he lay double again and kept creating these deadlines any pressured the team said produce some results were me and it caused a great deal of problems among the team and likely contributed to one absolute tragedy one of the programmers on the project was a guy named co is so no who moved from japan with his wife to be part of the programming community in silicon valley and joined apple on december twelve 1992 is now with home after work and he committed suicide the assumption is that the intense pressure at work to create the apple newton led to this breakdown now that was the absolute worst of the tragedies associated with development but it was not the only one there was another event that happened where one of the developers had some sort of mental breakdown and assaulted his roommate and was charged with assault and sent to jail as a result so john sculley would not be in charge by the time the newton was finally ready to debut he stepped down as ceo of apple on june 7th 1993 that was two months before the newton went gold so he's just too much shy of the newton actually launching.

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"april second" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"april second" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"For any company here we go inc on the twenty three april two thousand and thirteen fifteen steeple house pacy street so that's the address that matches their website go lester official rigid to company address which makes sure wouldn't lose truck of the eight minutes to go right let me just as our little time or he has a it doesn't stop one other when a morgan aceh five minutes time so coq see limited active private limited company blah blah blah blah blah yes the made their accounts opened so on and so on seb look who's involved in it one officer khan home trend uk that is correspondence address i think one years old british nationality whip design consultant a k let's see what we call you confirmation statement company accounts the book this is one of the benefits of a break company on abbreviated accounts for this company i am see k hates tran yeah we know all that the gay what we got was his a balance sheets am cash at the bank so for years this as for the year ending the thirtieth of april two thousand sixteen uh they had about nine thousand five hundred pounds in stock five thousand pounds cash at the bank a twenty twenty five thousand eight hundred in debtors whilst we got him i am months full angie within one year thirty three grand to liabilities sporting i think we're gonna build see the profit and loss to be honest.

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