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"bluebird" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bluebird Radio. No, a global news update. There's no getting away from the fact that it's punishingly cold in Texas. But there's more bad news from meteorologist Dylan Dreyer. It's not going to really warm up until, like forties fifties until we get into the weekend, so it is going to stay brutally cold. Millions have been suffering throughout the week with no power no water in some areas after the once in a lifetime cold snap cripple the state's power grid. It's being reported that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, along with the North American Electricity Reliability Corporation, will investigate the crisis and that storm from yesterday in Texas is heading to the East Coast today. NASA officials say all systems are go for their most sophisticated Roberto Land on Mars later today. Perseverance Rover launch from Cape Canaveral last July. It's expected to land on Mars around 3 55, Eastern time on the top Republican and Wisconsin is asking the governor to lower flags across the state in honor of Rush Limbaugh, who died yesterday from lung cancer on Michael Castle. If you think last week was wild, one of the hospitals like right now, Welcome to this week. This comes down to how people are paid Bloomberg Business Week weekday afternoons at two Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. Bloomberg, the world is listening. All over the nation. There's huge storms that are now causing delays in shipments. So I've been updated this morning on the fact that we unfortunately do expect Vaccine to be delayed shipments of vaccine that we were expecting by yesterday today to be delayed. That means we're going to have to hold back appointments that New Yorkers need because the vaccine isn't arriving. Good morning, Everyone bloomers surveying us, Lisa Brand. Listen, Tom. Keith.
ACM Awards show returns to Nashville venues in April
"Awards, It's coming back to Nashville for a second time and will hold its awards show with three different venues. The ACM and Dick Clark Productions announced the show will air April 18th and will broadcast from the Grand Old Opry House, the Ryman Auditorium and the Bluebird Cafe. The show, which is normally held in Las Vegas, used the same Nashville locations where the pandemic delayed their show to last September. I'm least Scylla,
What's the Plant That Has Red Berries in January?
"A friend recently photographed bluebirds enjoying small red berries. She believes it was a native tree or bush with the red berries. Still present in january. Do you have any ideas on what that might be. Because she'd like to plant one well mark. I have only one idea right at the moment. And that is i have spoken of arkell berry. As as one of the names there are deciduous hollies. They lose their leaves and once the leaves drop those. Oh call him. Pepper corn size rid. Berries absolutely sparkle in the sun. It has been a real Well circus here for the last week. And a half The major bunch of of robin's command and robbins as burj. Go are fairly sizable. And they're they're picking tactics are most interesting they they first when they first come in they send. I'm going to say forerunners out and then bring in the flock. I can't count them. But i'm going to guess there's twenty five thirty birds when they get here they come in and sit on the bigger stems. Then they move out and out and out toward the ends when he tried to fix berries and and they just pick and swallow picking swallowed fast as they can and then they get out to where the the limb size won't support their weight so then they start dive bombing and then they go to a stronger branch below and pick above them if it. It's just really something mark. And therefore i think it's sparkle berry or deciduous holly. Now they're in the deciduous holidays. There's been a lot of breeding done by one particular nursery and they're they have gone from numerous named red fruit to some that are yellow. Some that are orange So it's it's a very diversity. Plant it is quite tolerant of most ohio soils. You can't land it in the stream and you can't plan it. The highest thing when the hill but in between It is not so subject to having to be acidified now to to do that as holidays. Seem to require in most cases you. You don't have to be quite fussy with them. I have three plants to two females and a male the male sits shall we say behind the females so that when the various come on the late late fall and then persist on through just this last two weeks. Now where they have been picked and harvested by the birds. I'm delighted to feed the birds. But it cheats me of the beauty. The varies but i think that's probably what she has seen however My mind doesn't take me to too many other things. The only one other than that that i can think of off the top of my head is the honeysuckle Have red berries like that. That may have lasted this long. But i kinda doubt it and and actually that would not be one that i'd recommend for her to plan. So i would say look four. The deciduous hollies called essentially sparkle berry Or or various other names but They they would be the plant that i would
"bluebird" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Not now for an update on traffic and weather back to Justin. It's still a massive 95 south before Bridge Street traffic still blocked going on one hour Now for this blockage, this is due to a vehicle fire. The fire has been put out long. Go, but there may be an accident. Baldwin here It's tough to tell from the distance where the camera's looking. Looks like maybe some tractor trailers involved as well. So you're at the point Now. You probably want to get out of your car. Just stretch your legs. Actually seeing a few people do that if you're traveling south on 95 exit at Academy Road or Coppin Avenue. It'll get you around the delay. Just head over guitars. Dale Avenue North Bound 95. There's construction approaching Bird Street. It does narrow down to just the right lane getting through minor delay at this point, Delaware County. It's 95 South. A double right lane closure between the Commodore Barry Bridge and 4 50 to 76 Google Expressways. Eastbound slow from the vine to South Street, right lane construction. Westbound left lane is closed between university and 30th Street. For 76 the Bluebird trouble free on the Northeast extension. It's north bound before Quakertown right lane construction, minor production and speeds. Villanova. It's Montgomery Avenue, closing detoured between spring Mill Road and Mats and Ford Road until further notice due to a water main break. And slow traffic on the Wall. Whitman Bridge heading westbound into Philadelphia. Do you want to stay away? Because any time several 20 minute closures are scheduled to four clock tomorrow morning for construction, so just head over to the Ben Franklin Bridge trying to go into Philadelphia. In the garden state. No problems mentioned on 42 to 95 the turnpike and route. 55 Mass Transit is on or close to schedule from the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 Hour Traffic Center. I'm Justin dropping the forecast from NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Pretty ship. Overnight. Mostly cloudy alot of 33 degrees that on.
Gene-editing treatment shows promise for sickle cell disease
"Preliminary data out there that they're calling nothing short of great. It's new data on crisper treatments for blood diseases, Okay? This crisper C l c R i s p R is gene editing therapy? Okay, and this is specifically dealing with blood disorders. That are inherited things like sickle cell. Okay, okay, And these folks who have been treated with this gene editing therapy have shown consistent and sustained response with manageable side effects. The these two crisper therapeutics is the name of the company. They in a Vertex Pharmaceuticals are jointly developing a one time gene editing treatment. They call it C t x 001. And I know they were kind of getting in the weeds here. But here's the deal after giving the therapy by infusion, all the patients in both studies. Have been free from symptoms of the disease is and have not needed blood transfusions. Wow, that's amazing, all of them all of them in free of the symptoms Now, do they have an in home model that you could take up with? It's not there yet course But this This is huge, though. Um, they're also going to be some clinical trial results on the sickle cell gene therapy from another group called Bluebird Bio. S So you got a couple of gene therapies that are taking a look at this sickle cell anemia. You also have beta thalassemia is another one. I'm sure I'm saying that wrong Well, last Mia, but it says Hey, We've made a real pivot and what we've been waiting for. And now we're finding the ability to offer patients long term disease control using genetics and genetic therapy. I've heard some reports on this and one of the woman women that got the therapy. Said It was night and day. The chicken function. I mean, she and I didn't realize how painful Oh, yeah. Sickle cell is and yeah, she said she has a life again. Yeah, it was like Almost immediate Like when they got the confusion. That is awesome. Yeah. Inwood sickle cell with the sickle red cells become clogged and blood vessels and then you get extreme pain that can also lead to like organ damage, stroke, early death things like that. Uh, And so, I mean, this could be huge. How That if they can figure out a way to just edit the gene that's causing sickle cell and they do it with a one time infusion and then your transfusion free. So this this this This could game changer for all different kinds of cheeses. How about this out? The average sickle cell patient right now has to have 15 blood transfusions a year. You gotta be kidding. No, I had no idea and this would eliminate that. That is so bad for the one time infusion.
Feeder Birds With Emma Greig
"Watching them feeding them all on the rise this year So i suspect you had an uptick In in participation you this year with feeder. Watch with when i say this year i mean last fall through late this winter. Yeah there were more people than ever watching their feeders. And normally cedar watch is a program that runs from november through early april. But if you remember this past spring we were all stuck at home a lot more than usual so we went ahead and extended. The feeder watched season until the end of april. And so many people wrote to us saying thank you for extending the season and they submitted so many more checklist so i think that with all of us spending a lot more time at home. People are really starting to appreciate even more. The birds at are around their homes. None of the bird. Send thank you notes to you. I just the feeder watchers. And that the numbers i mean the number of of americans who are birdwatchers. And then i don't know i think the last ones i read were like two thousand sixteen numbers like forty five million watchers and no one point eight billion dollars spent on equipment and i can't remember how much on bird seed but it was more than that even i think wasn't it. It's like four nine or yeah exactly and billions of dollars spent on birds the and and gardening supplies for birds. So it's really a very popular pass time but a really wonderful too because what's better than connecting with the nature. That's right out your window right and so you're extending again this year Season a we may. We haven't fully decided yet. But i can reason why we couldn't keep it open through the end of april but but i don't know for sure yet don't know for sure. Okay all right so so. I love looking at sort of you know that me to do i. How do i compare to other. People are seeing that sense of community that can provide when i look at the data. You have this wonderful website. And i'm going to give lots of links to that. We'll talk about some of the aspects. I love looking at always. Look i and you just sent out the winter news Sort of the the postseason newsletter and had the top twenty five bird you know highlights and i thought maybe we could start there like some of the top twenty. Five words like for instance. I'm in the northeast cornell the northeast maybe we start there some highlights and then southeastern whatever a couple of things that were interesting to you that were in the data. Yeah yeah every year. We summarize all of the data from the past year and Right guess you would call it a newsletter called winterberg highlights dan we do what's called a regional roundup and so in that we sort of pick out some cool that show up in the data And so in the northeast region past year. One of the things that i noticed as i was looking through data was That northern flickers are becoming a little bit more. Abundant in the northeast. Then in the southeast so is a little bit of shift in the range of these flickers. So that's one thing that just popped up from looking at the trend graph that we have on the website. I then look at to write this report. So you know who knows exactly why that's happening could be changes in habitat changes in climate. But this is just one species and air lots to look at online and billy can make your own discoveries yeah the eastern bluebirds and so flickers made the top twenty five in the northeast for the first time i think in the thirty something years but eastern bluebirds didn't make the top twenty five but i think you're noting an uptick in them. Some areas to is that right in the southeast eastern bluebirds are continuing to increase their becoming more and more abundant in backyard. And they're warm adapted species so it makes sense that as our winters become more mild in the eastern part of the continent. These warm adapted species become more common. So it's true for eastern bluebirds. It's true for species. Like chipping sparrows. And you might notice. Also carolina wrens coming to your backyard more than they used to. Those are issues that are really on the rise in the eastern part of the continent.
Smaller companies struggle to rebound in third quarter
"They're not doing quite so well. The smaller companies in their attempt at a rebound. The Russell 2000 index up a half a percent of the S and P 500 is higher by 8/10 of a percent. That said the Russells biggest game belongs to Meta financial Group, whose ticker is cash. CSH thie, provider of prepaid cards has climbed. 20.5% 3rd quarter earnings were more than twice the average male is destined. Bloomberg survey Tupperware brands took her T u P is up more than 15%, the maker of food storage containers is higher for a second day. After posting third quarter profit that surpassed estimates. Tupperware rose yesterday by 35% and Echo Global Logistics Ticker Echo Cholo is up 12.5%. The freight manager's revenue last quarter beat estimates by the most in Maura than a decade. Now the Russell steepest drop belongs to try See the tickers. TC D A. The drug developer has lost 52 a half percent. The U. S. Regulators asked for more data on a proposed kidney treatment. In response, Tracy to said it can't provide the data and we'll cut it. Staff by more than 60% and at home group. Take her home. Hmm. E is down. 20.5%, the home furnishings retailer said, invent court in inventory constraints that we get that right inventory constraints will hurt. Fiscal fourth quarter results table same Bluebirds Stocks editor Thank you so
"bluebird" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg Radio. Bluebird World Headquarters. I'm Charlie. We continue to monitor the Intel After ourself Intel now down 9.8%. Intel did report sales that matched Wall Street estimates that delivered a tepid four counts. So stoking Mohr concern that manufacturing delays are whittling away at its lead in semiconductors. Company's data center chip business suffered a 10% decline in revenue after a weak economy hurt sales to large companies and government customers. Again. Intel Plunging our after hours down now by about 9.8%. Mattel shares are rallying and after market trading after exceeding sales expectations in the third quarter is more customers snapped up Barbie dolls and hot wheels. Toys second largest US toymakers revenue rose 10%. Eating annals predictions. Mattel shares up by more than 6% of the Food and Drug Administration has approved Gilead Sciences, anti viral therapy rendez, severe granting broad clearance for the Corona virus treatment. Shares of Gilead up after ours by just about 4%. The final presidential debate takes place tonight. You could hear it live here on Bloomberg Radio and television. Our coverage kicks off a 9 30 tonight, but just how should the presidential election play into investment decisions? Mike Pyle is global chief investment strategist of Black Rock Financial Our basic thesis is that this race continues to look awfully stable when our advice to investors is, you know, look through any volatilities that the race itself generates. Look to the long term looked at the fundamentals and and and a high conviction positions. If you do see that I want Stocks,.
Dallas-area based American Airlines stock down 6/10 of 1%
"That they are slumping United Airlines after earnings leading the way lower ul Down by 3.5% among some of the other airlines. American Down 6/10 of 1% Delta Down 1.4% Southwest on by 1.3%. I'm Charlie Fella that Isa Bluebird business Flash.
ACM Awards will kick off with an all-star medley
"Tonight Your favorite country stars take three stages for a historic Academy of Country Music awards. Thomas Rhett Mayor Mars and Old Dominion Lean the Academy of Country Music Awards With five nominations, each damage have four and even pop star Justin Bieber grabbed four for his collaboration with dual urban will be hosting the event from the grand old offering and will premiere a brand new song with paint. The awards moved to Nashville for the first time marking this one for the history books. The performances will also be spread out of three venues. Operate Bluebird Cafe in the Ryman Auditorium. Also performing Miranda Lambert Taylor Swift, Jimmy Allen came
Villa de Vecchi
"Sometime between eighteen, fifty, four and eighteen fifty seven conflict day vecchi finished building has eastern architecture inspired some residence at the vows Seena Valley, just east of Italy's lake, COMO It was the pinnacle of old world and top line, mid-century convenience with intricate frescos, indoor heating pipes and dumb waiters, the over four, hundred, twenty, five thousand square foot, wooded park. That's around Sevilla, provided an idyllic and isolated setting for the count, his wife and his young daughter to enjoy nature, but the house seemed to be ill fated from the start the architect Andrew, Sealy died in the middle of the construction process and legend. Has It that in eighteen sixty to the counter arrived at Villa Vecchi to a gruesome discovery, but would change his home forever. They leach a raised his rifle and shot into the sky. A small bird squawked before falling to the least strewn forest floor. Philly chase smiled. He loved the way that shooting made him feel powerful ready to bend the world to his will. It was strange, but in these moments he was able to finally forget the report of enemy gunfire echoes of being outgunned by the Austrians has defended the barricades Milan. Perhaps it was because he could control the violence in these woods. He let the HUSHOVD forest. Take him quieting the memories. They leach a pulled out a handkerchief from his pocket, and wiped the sweat from his brow, but dense trees provided plenty of protection from the overbearing son, but the heat still got through. Over toward his trophy, not sure it merited collection. It might have been better to let. The insects feast on the corpse then to string it up. It was too small for a trophy, and he had no need to hunt for food. The small bluebird twitch to the dirt. Its wings fluttering helplessly as it tried to lift itself off the ground. They leach admired the bird spirit. It couldn't accept defeat. But flies were already starting to buzz toward it clustering at the gunshot wound, the bird flapped its wings faster panic in its is. Allowed squawk echoed through the trees. They Leach raised his rifle again, appearing on the sites. The Sky was relatively empty. He lowered his case to the forest catching. What at first seemed like Dapple of sunlight on would. His first impression plus mistaken. It was A. Resting undergrowth a real prize within his reach, he thanked whatever creature had made the noise. He sucked in a breath and pulled the trigger. But somewhere between his breath and the impact. The fawn turned into his twelve year old daughter Bay at Treat J.. The shell blew her chest. Your Mouth Open in a silent scream. Confusion Martyr, Brow. She stepped backward branches, breaking under her feet, as a wet red flower bloomed on her white dress. In. The next second, she was on the ground. They leach a took off running. He stumbled over debris and a few stray animal carcasses desperate to reach his daughter. She was gasping of the Crown Jesse pulled her into his arms. Her lip trembled. Strained force breath through drowning lawns. Lee J tightly to him. He cried muttering a series of apologies to her. She went rigid in his arms. When he looked down. He was grasping the corpse. Of Fun. He loosened his grip on the animal, and stood slowly. They Leach a stared at the corpse for, but felt like eternity, wondering if his is or his mind had failed him. He told himself he was only homesick be. was at the villa with her mother. He had not done the unthinkable. To shake into carry the bloody fond back with him. feely picked pictures. Way Back through the woods. The villa's stood at the distance next to a field of lush green. He came in through the back and call tree chase name. The heat had gotten to him sure, but he needed to make sure that his child was still alright. Is Heels clapped wildly tile as he roamed from room to room. He called for her again and again, telling your, he did not want to play a game at this moment. But she would not answer him. Fairly Jay could not keep the terror promo voice as he commanded her, calmed down and greet him. Still. He heard nothing as he passed through the kitchen. He noticed that preparations for launch had been abandoned. A ball of pasta dough sat on the Marble countertop, waiting to be rolled and cut. He poked his head into the adjoining room where the Butler should have been making preparations for his afternoon drink. The bottle was out in uncorked, but the Butler was missing Philly ran through the first floor of the villa, calling for a someone anyone to answer him. The only sound he could hear was a mouse skittering along the tile floor. Panic growing in his chest, fairly cheap raced for the staircase. He took the stairs two at a time as he continued to shout for someone to answer him. Each guest room was empty. Believe Che opened the door to his own bedroom. His wife Sophia laid curled up in the sheets dead to the world, peaceful and Gorgeous Inter slumber he lingered in the doorway, hoping that her serene smile would bring him back to reality. He could not blame her for not answering his calls when she looked so at ease. He approached slowly whispering her name. She did not move. A knelt down next to the bed and took her. Up closer skin was Paler than he remembered. Parts of her cheek were almost a soft blue. She needed more son. He could fix that. He brushed his hand against her cheek, lifting a stray piece of hair away from her face.
Multistem A Stable
"Dr Van Dockland has served as chairman of the board of directors at Ather since August two thousand and as CEO since the company was formed overseeing the growth and development of the primary business operations of the company and the transition from a venture backed startup to nasdaq-listed Public Company. He also serves as chairman of the National Center for Regenerative Medicine. Doctor Van Lynn received his PhD genetics from Stanford University School of Medicine and earned degrees in both economics and molecular biology at the University of California at Berkeley. I'd like to start by asking. How regenerative medicine therapies are different than traditional pharmaceuticals and biologics? And what value can they bring questions? So regenerative medicine really consists of several different types of their include cell therapy gene therapy gene modified cell therapy and then tissue engineering approaches so those four different sectors. If you've will comprise collectively the the regenerative medicine space and regenerative general medicine is fundamentally different from traditional pharmaceuticals or approaches that have been used to develop biological their babies. Because typically those therapies are very specific entities or single agent therapies that hacked through a discrete well defined mechanism of action. Cells are different in. That sells can actually work through multiple different mechanisms of action so they're multidimensional in that regard. Gene therapy is different because gene therapy is not meant to provide a temporary fix or a specific problem or a specific. But it's meant to provide in some instances permanent you're or a long term cure by addressing the underlying defect that is affecting the patient in causing the condition or causing the disease so gene therapy and cell therapy or a little bit different from one another in terms of how they differ from pharmaceuticals and blogs but together they really represent a broad approach kind of a paradigm shift. If you will in terms of how people think about approaching the treatment The whole range of different diseases and conditions that are really not well served under current standards of care and that regard that really gets to the type of the value that can bring because you can imagine that in contrast the putting somebody on lifetime therapy of different types of medicines to help mitigate the damage specific disease or condition if you can actually offer up a specific intervention whether it be one or a series of administrations of cell therapy or gene modified cell therapy or gene therapy approach and affect long term durable improvement and even cure for many patients. That's a pretty exciting prospect and it also stated with a Bali now. It also creates some potential challenges. Because we're still trying to figure out. How do we establish a reimbursement? Framework for therapies. That might be single or a single administration. That could be cured. It have an impact over many many years. But there's actually been some pretty good progress on that front so both in terms of the way that these therapies work and also the impact they can have in some cases over very long timeframes. I think it's it's pretty exciting. I agree completely. I think it's really exciting. To think about cheers for diseases that have been managed or even untreatable up to this point and also What you mentioned about a new way to look at it is also really important. Because they're more expensive but you have the potential to cure or a therapy. That will last for a long period of time. And so it's exciting to think about these new therapies in along those lines. I was hoping you could share with listeners. In recent years what have been some of the most exciting clinical breakthroughs regarding regenerative medicine. Well it's actually pretty exciting in the sense that there's a growing number of things that either been validated through clinical development now approved by the FDA and other regulators on the cell therapy front. The Car T. therapies. Which are gene modified cell? Therapy approaches? Current therapies are actually tallahassee. You take cells derived from the patient themselves. You genetically modified those cells reintroduce into the patient to help fight the cancer that has in fact. By definition these are patients that have failed other forms of therapies other forms of intervention and the progress on that front has been incredibly exciting where we see several approaches. They've really had an impact. In terms of improving clinical outcomes in many cases for patients. They really had no other no other hope because they had exhausted all the available treatment options and then they were basically treated using these types of approach so those approaches are pretty exciting. I think bed some of the gene therapy there. Several gene therapy products that have been approved over the past several years whether it's Things from Bluebird or he'll chance Ma from onto partis or a vaccine which is the company that Nevada's acquired or looks turn up from spark therapeutics. All of these have shown very very exciting response levels among the patients that are being treated very very high levels of Progress Clinical progress or curative effects or demonstrable improvement in the primary clinical outcomes. And I think in many respects these just represent the tip of the iceberg. If you will in terms of things that are that are coming Recently actually just a few days ago out at the J. P. Morgan Conference in San Francisco the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine. And every year they do state of the industry overview and they present a lot of different data that really describes the phenomenal progress in terms of clinical development and companies advancing to the various phases of clinical development or seeing more more things in phase two and phase three and then also highlighting other things that are well-positioned or could be well positioned for approval. Within the next couple of years. I think all of the data that was presented this year really reinforces and underscores the fact that the regenerative medicine sector and community as a whole is making incredible progress that is attracting live investments a lot of partnerships and as making really good progress with respect to regulatory and clinical side of things. I mean we now have over a thousand programs that are in clinical development the regenerative medicine sector and I think that that really covers a lot of really exciting opportunities that that a lot of people have hope and optimism around in terms of how can change medicine as we know.
Academy of Country Music Awards will broadcast from Nashville for first time
"Them this is a first the academy of country music awards will take place in Nashville the annual event is usually held in Las Vegas in April however due to the corona virus pandemic the ACM's hosted this year by Keith urban were postponed to the fall Monday the academy along with Dick Clark productions announced the move to three different locations in Nashville the grand Ole Opry house Nashville's historic Ryman auditorium and the bluebird cafe Damon Whiteside the CEO of the academy said the move was made to ease the burdens of traveling large teams to insure the safety of the
"bluebird" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast
"Treat the she blindsided down skin coming from lockdown. Still doing good hope. You are too and got wind today. Got Nothing better to do. Though it's getting harder and harder to go out and find wines. I went to trader Joe's to try to check out that and they only allow thirty people in a store at a time and there was a line of about thirty people waiting. Which I didn't think was good is supposed to stay six feet apart not congregate and I duNNo. A lion is Canada elongated congregation. So I got the heck out of there and that was okay. End Up going to a grocery store Marianna which in Chicago's a kroger and just wandering around not knowing what to get not trying to get within succeeded people's house all over the place and I found an interesting wine We'll go to that second. It's the Bluebird Monterey County Pena Newark Twenty. Sixteen which I found fourteen ninety nine which is a very good wine and this is not your typical grocery store wine though as time goes on grocery store wines or anything but typical win there are certain lines you expect to see there but things are getting you know depending on the chain different and unusual some as a lot of fun and this is a I think an orphan wine they company Bluebird Quit doing All their social media they hadn't youtube videos esta Graham and facebook and twitter accounts and they quit posting in Twenty fifteen. This is a twenty sixteen of vintage so I don't know I guess they made it this far before it all went wrong or something or they decided not to or whatever reason and they seem to have had other winds in the past. There's some chardonnays I saw snowmobiler. No wire enough Santa Barbara Pinot Noir like this is Monterey and then in the I look on the back. Label says only fifty two barrels. And that's not a lot I think there's like three hundred fifteen thousand bottles for fifty two barrels. I think it is So it's kind of a smaller production wine and it says it's Gerry's vineyard a Gary's vineyards one the most popular one was famous Pinot Noir vineyards and all of California in Santa Lucia Highlands In Monterey kind of off the coast little bit in the Highlands. It's a very well regarded famous vineyard. I mean that's the only one they mentioned. And there's nothing else so I don't know all the stuff gave from Gary's vineyard. There's two Gary's Brazilian effort the other guy there's two families that have been in ever and they have been your holdings there and this is a wine leftover knit they only name they say is this. This is wines from Gary's Vineyard Sulphur. Fifty bucks at least I mean You know then you usually see the Gary's vineyard on the Front label united as we know wines expensive is when they start putting the vineyard location on the label the so this is a high and vineyard and this is not a high and why listed as any more. I don't think it's ever meant to be was supposed to be everyday wine and That's kind of cool. And what was doing a a Marrano slash kroger chain? I don't know it's out there. I can't find any other Any other of bluebird wine selena everywhere. There's a Bluebird Hill out of Oregon. That's an old different company. So this meal. This is things made orphaned wine at seems to be inexpensive for what it is because it's but at least part of it if not all of its from won the top wire vineyards in California. It's a sixteen months in French oak. Not Forty Percent French oak new French oak and the rest is a neutral barrels and a neutral barrels of barrel. That there's been you so often and no longer gives off flavor anymore and but what it even though it's watertight. It isn't completely airtight. So there's a little bit of air transport just a little bit and that will change. What's in the barrel as ages? Where if you put it in stainless steel while. There's no air getting past aimless steel. That's pretty much locked down. So it's it's more expensive because even though you probably have neutral barrels on hand but you're still using them and you have to you know rather than put it in one you know good sized tank you gotta put it into what's forty percent of fifty two you know. You got thirty barrel thirty-something barrels. You're putting the wine and making sure everything's fine with that. So it's more of an expense more It's more work. You don't usually get more expensive more work in an expensive wine fifteen dollars you start to get some good details on the Y so there you go. This is a wine that is kind of not what I don't even know. 'cause the the tasting notes of two thousand thirteen vintage. There isn't anything for twenty sixteen so I don't mean I'm assuming everything's from the the twenty thirteen vintage notes in the two thousand sixteen winer. The same I don't know doesn't say just notes. I know many barrels they used in. You know with a little small production like that. They can source from a very upscale premier vineyard. You know if you're making one hundred thousand bottles that's a whole different story because you need lot more wine at that point. Netanyahu easy to come by but Guinness Small. Might you might be able to so. I don't know so this is like a grocery store wine that knows what it's all about and It's kind of a cool one. I'm GONNA take a SIP because it actually is pretty good And we'll talk about it. Tastes like Inexpensive on wires are way better than they used to be but they tend to be more fruit dominated cherries for the most part. And that's not a bad thing. I mean there's nothing wrong with it. They taste great but they tend to have a little more fruit than they have the complexity and the other's a new style wine like meal me's where a piano. No wires were there actually really more leaning more towards fruit than and they're really super-popular. He always taste great but the old school California Paean No ours. are weird. I mean they have these spunky flavors they have Herbs and grilled meat and smokin. Things like tar and Exotic TEAS ON EXOTIC SPICES. And he strange. Romo's coming from him. You have to literally take your time to try to find the modernists cependant talking to somebody. You're not going to know what's going on. You have to invest a little bit of time for a decent Pinot Noir to get the full effect to get the get everything that has to offer and you know And inexpensive ones. They're easy to drink. They have some crazy goal functions to him but this as the full for array of crazy cool focus to it You know my favorites are from Oregon. This is a minor race. Little little warmer Monterey not that much warmer but the Oregon ones when they get really good there. The`real that mean the flavors like hits your tongue your taste buds and float away. Another one comes. Those are something else but this is really kinda cool. Let's get an if you take a sip you'll get something else coming and sometimes it tastes delicious. Sometimes like what is that keeps on coming. It's it's a right you know. It's fifteen dollars. I mean normally yeah to go a little bit more upscale on Pinot Noir to get the the whole the whole Shebang going and this one has Taylor sip because I'm thinking about it so I might as well drank it. And they're selling it when they're tasting notes said that this is an everyday wine so they they did try to make. I guess for everyday price but I don't know what they're talking about. Everyday Wind Gusts sixteen months in Oak Twenty sixteen vintage a lot of the home even big name Pinot. Noir makers are releasing the twenty seven teens right now and this might be because or a little bit older you know it might have been sitting around somewhere before it got released and had distribution or something. There might be a reason for why. It's a little bit older. Best Outta batteries has a little bit more Aging and you know a little bit of aging for Pinot. Noirs bat that he he does type of wine. You don't want too much aging but a little bit can of just makes it more interesting scenario. Go to the supermarket. Never know you know because at the time I go to where the sales are I you know I do it for the cheap winebrenner dot com website. Now what happened? I've done in a while. Never had what's looks like. It has a cool label or whatever and this time because I was you know social distancing every time someone walked away. I what somewhere else until I found this one now never would've and I should have because this is a cool wine that is in a supermarket a grocery store chain. And this is a boutique wine at supermarket prices. And it's Kinda cool and that's what you can find even if you can't find this one for sale which may be you can't you can't. It's really kind of fun just to get this. You know it's the know that if you look you'll never know what you find. So that's it for me. I hope you're all doing what you can do and Hope you get your money coming in from the government Who knows what they're doing with that and everybody's safe and everybody looks like Old West Old West bandits right now covered up. And it's kind of funny what they're using for mass. I don't think they're really medically approved. But you know it's kind of a fashion statement so be safe out there And that's it for me to the next time. This is Dave from cheap wine. Finer DOT com over out keep a cheap and puncture down to.
Banks to defer loans for virus-hit small businesses
"Tucker with coronavirus arresting economic activity small businesses could bear the brunt of the fallout with limited cash flow to cover debt expenses and that may cause loan losses for the smaller regional banks Bloomberg intelligence's tracking loan amounts of one hundred thousand to one million dollars from regulatory filings to assess exposure to small business lending it appears the regional banks higher capital levels will allow them to sustain an extraordinary amount of loan losses while still maintaining capital ratios above the minimum requirements but there may be exceptions in this Bloomberg analysis Zions Bancorp based in Salt Lake City may have the highest capital drawdown because the greater exposure to small businesses and the energy sector that's followed by Huntington citizens and Comerica the analysis also shows fifth third and regions holding up the best and that's the bluebirds small business
"bluebird" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Bluebird moneywatch reports of fifty six and twenty six past every hour I'm Steve posed for ten ten wins good morning I'm Kathleen marble cal and recapping our top story well the markets taking off like a rocket in the closed sign is up across much of the city to get the coronavirus with with the national update at the opening bell on Wall Street the Dow is up twelve hundred one points before the open S. and P. futures hit their five percent higher upper limit Dow futures were eleven hundred points higher it's been quite a roller coaster overnight Asian shares plunging after here in the U. S. Thursday stocks posted their worst day since the October nineteen eighty seven crash and all of this because of uncertainty over what the ultimate impact of the corona virus pandemic will be as fears mount about the corona virus and its potentially devastating impact on the economy Congress is working on a funding bill to help alleviate the financial strain on those who test positive for it as Nancy Pelosi sent out a letter last night saying that they are nearing a bipartisan agreement for an aid package for workers free testing sick pay and other matters in the Senate is coming back next week they're gonna work on this ABC senior national correspondent Terry Moran at the White House there are at least sixteen hundred sixty three cases of coronavirus now confirmed in the U. S. at least forty people have died Dave Packer ABC news and of course they would ten ten wins intent in winds dot com for the very latest developments wins used at nine thirty one traffic and transit on the ones with Karen Stewart well I can tell you that long island's big three are in excellent condition we're doing very well in the southern states of northern state is also good and the ally E. around Glen cove road just a little bit of lingering slow traffic nothing under fifty miles an hour however so we're pretty good eastbound on the L. I eat the Douglaston parkway where heavy those delays will start a utopia parkway and we're still very very heavy on the westbound ally even a hundred sixty fourth in Woodhaven Boulevard and it's very slow trip to still from Maurice the B. Q. E. west because the B. Q. E. westbound is absolutely jammed right now as you make your way out from the queen's Boulevard exit all the way to metropolitan Avenue over on the westbound B. Q. we right by fifty eight it looks like we've got another minor accident there also in queens the Grand Central east at the ally he has got some slow traffic it's because an accident and that is their southbound white shore expressway at twentieth Avenue is still stuck with a short but heavy delay due to a disabled vehicle on the shoulder and the westbound bell parkway cross bay Boulevard still with an accident delays go back now again to Springfield Boulevard alternate side parking in effect was sponsored by eight seven seven eight abused were you abused the law office of Phillip M. palla Chile are ready to hold childhood sexual predators accountable the clergy school districts hospitals speak to a lawyer adds Phillips and Bella chili now at eight seven seven eight abused that's eight eight seven seven eight abused traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins now the accu weather forty forecast with meteorologist dean devore nari Kathleen the rain is exiting to the east now the steadiest rain I there could.
"bluebird" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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Joe Biden has 18-point lead in South Carolina, new poll shows
"But we begin at this hour for with your update from South Carolina now everyone including me sort of precipitously declare Joe Biden's campaign debt that's because he finished horribly and I will finish horribly in New Hampshire barely finish second in Nevada and so the the sort of going wisdom was that he was gonna collapse in South Carolina as well there's a new polling data out and it's showing that maybe his bat on that South Carolina firewall maybe he wasn't entirely wrong there two new polls out today one is from East Carolina University initialed by number eight thirty one percent to twenty three percent for Bernie Sanders and a second poll from Clemson University that shows a Biden up eighteen percent eighteen percent say blow out for a bite and that follows hot on the heels of a public policy poll that shows that that Biden is up fifteen percent which means that the new poll average in South Carolina she was a big spike for Biden it shows Biden is according to FiveThirtyEight shows Biden at thirty one percent in Sanders a twenty one percent if Biden would blow out Sanders in South Carolina in fact there's a new poll that shows the tenders actually running below times tire in South Carolina believe or not if Bernie were to finish third in South Carolina and buy more to clean up in South Carolina this radically region there's the race in a serious serious way why will suddenly it appears that Joe Biden is a living human being and that is a massive thing because then we move on to super Tuesday and once we get super Tuesday remember South Carolina has a lot of delegates I don't want it all gets once you get to super Tuesday if Biden is cleaning up in the southern states and Bernie is cleaning up in the northern states in say California you could very easily end up with an incredibly close race sirtuin allergies that are out about this today they're worth checking into because maybe this race isn't quite so over as we were expecting depending on what happens on to everything comes out of Saturday okay if Biden doesn't win in South Carolina the suckers over Sanders the nominee if Biden wins and very very close Sanders is still likely the nominee if Biden wins it just blows Sanders out of Sanders completely collapses in South Carolina if he gets going in South Carolina suddenly this looks like a race because you could end super Tuesday with a very close race in terms of delegate count and then it is a two man race Sanders and Biden down to the wire with presumably Bloomberg continuing to pour hundreds of millions of dollars into anti Sanders ads and all establishment money moving over by these bad really hasn't picked up a lot of money yet because frankly he's a corpse so five thirty eight has an analysis they're looking at super Tuesday so super Tuesday they're a bunch of states that our programs are California Texas North Carolina Virginia Massachusetts Minnesota Colorado Tennessee Alabama Oklahoma Arkansas Utah Maine Vermont and American Samoa those are the the states and territories that are open on super Tuesday but a late check out daily wire would have live coverage all evening long on super Tuesday Sanders is widely expected to do very well in California the polls are showing that right now in Texas Sanders and Biden running neck and neck but if Jenner is Barbara blowouts Anderson South Carolina that obviously changes things rather radically in North Carolina Sanders is running slightly ahead of iden but again if I does real well in South Carolina that may change radically in terms of North Carolina right now Sanders expected to do well in Virginia began that could change radically Massachusetts Sanders will win handily walking away Sanders is expected to compete pretty evenly with club which are in Minnesota is expected to win handily in Colorado in Tennessee Alabama Oklahoma you should expect a big bite and boost if in fact Sanders were to collapse in South Carolina the same is true of Arkansas probably true in Utah probably true in in major American Samoa but that's like four four votes in in terms of delegate count five thirty eight as it should be a good night for Sanders delegate wise just as it should be in terms of votes for forecasting and to take on five hundred eighty seven delegates but remember that's in the average model running some runs he gets more others fewer but by name Bloomberg are also forecasted to get three hundred and five and two hundred eleven delegates now this is something you noticed Bloomberg is dropping precipitously in state polls he is dropping precipitously in national polling so the flavor of the week is done those last two debates have not how Bloomberg he's looking credibly week warnings taken out Bloomberg basically which means maybe that those voters go back to Biden if Biden shows that he is not a dead human in South Carolina warrant bridging club which are far bar far behind judge not significant number of delegates only out of California club which are from Minnesota and warm from California Texas Massachusetts in the five thirty eight numbers but here is the key says Nate silver at FiveThirtyEight these numbers could and likely will change they're still just under a week before super Tuesday plenty of time for the race to shift as we had a debate on Tuesday night and South Carolina but Saturday even small fluctuations in vote share can greatly affect the number of delegates each of these candidates gets that's because in order to be eligible for any delegates from a state or district a candidate has to get at least fifteen percent of the vote there and many non Sanders candidates are hovering right around fifteen percent in many states California is a good example on average they say we're currently forecasting by twin fourteen percent seventeen percent of the vote there warns when fourteen bluebirds went thirteen judge when ten because California is what so many delegates who gets fifteen percent is super important if the numbers were right only Biden Sanders we get a share of California's a hundred and forty four statewide delegates but minor variation could really scramble the picture so it's a mess it's a mess again those polling numbers in South Carolina and it's not those late breaking pulling numbers out of South Carolina it looks actually quite strong for Joe Biden going into the election the last three pulls out of South Carolina how Biden up average double digits eighteen fifteen eight K. N. Biden's got some momentum in South Carolina James Clyburn this was a very influential congressman from South Carolina particularly with the black community in South Carolina he came out today give a big speech about Joe Biden why he's endorsing by his club endorsing Biden I am fearful for the future of this country favor for my daughter's in the future and the other children the children's future the countries of the flexion point it is time for us to to restore
Vintage Polly Pockets Might Be Worth a Ton of Money
"If you've got any of these lying around somewhere start trying to find where remember Polly pockets Polly pocket toys were very popular back in the nineties the dolls were less than inch tall kids could carry the entire Polly pocket universe around with them on eBay Australia a vintage bluebird Polly pocket still in the original packaging is currently on sale for more than three thousand dollars other versions of the toy are also going for thousands stay around in
Seattle: Local pub hosts Democratic Debate watch party
"Here in Seattle some Democratic Party voters watched debates the same way they watch sports in bars with cheering section that's what happened at a debate watch party at a local pub and couples Corwin heck is live with more last night's democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas introduce former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg to the debate stage at the growler guys in Lake City Bloomberg's presence they're forced comparisons between the billionaire in his more road tested rivals well I think he was a little stunned at times I think he could have done better Mary katrantzou notes bluebird failed to seize a possible advantage over front runner Bernie Sanders when it comes to the candidate's personal health for example he let me get away with saying that they both had stand Bernie's had a heart attack bluebird houses in lemur didn't make that play which I think is a significant one and Patrick Aldred watched for one reason only I'm looking for somebody who can be tried all righty and I don't think any any of them can be trump except Bloomberg now let's go in the mail this week for Washington's presidential primary March tenth
Bloomberg, Trump and the Absurdity of Facebook's Political Ad Policies
"There has been a major development in the Democratic field Just in the recent months which is that a note late November Mike Bloomberg jumped into the race. The Battle of the billionaires is on Michael Bloomberg officially jumping into the twenty twenty race and he's a billionaire businessman built. A huge company went into politics and was elected mayor of New York and he is spending outrageous amounts of money a belief that he is now personally outspending the trump campaign on facebook. I'm what's his facebook campaign light? Compared to trump's he appears to be running a an almost TRUMPIAN facebook campaign although it's very much anti trump a white house beset by lies chaos and corruption and administration that has failed the American people. Also trump is launching thousands of different ads a day and they're very emotive and it means like Mike Bloomberg would get it done. The truck coming actually ran a small set of ads. That used images of what I would describe as cute and imperilled animals To try to get people to Click so these were ads. They showed a poorly cute puppy but it was so dark and he looked a little bit cold and he was maybe behind a chain link. Fence it said. Donald trump is fighting against cruelty to animals. The bluebird campaign is running practically the same ads. They also have adorable pictures of puppies and cats and they say Mike. Saves animals how does face but regulate political advertising on its platform. Facebook does not regulate clinical advertising on its platform in a nutshell There are certain rules that they apply to all advertisers But one of the very controversial things that facebook did last year was that they announced that one of the rules that they have for regular advertisers. Advertisers that are selling sneakers or sell advertising. A small business is that they're not allowed to be misleading. They're not allowed to lie last fall. Nick Clegg former deputy prime minister who now works for facebook gave a speech and revealed that they had decided to exempt politicians from that rule And they're basically saying we're not going to enforce that we're not going to prevent politicians from lying in their ads. Not only that but they also facebook does have a third party fact checking program. They said that they are exempting. All ADS FROM THAT PROCESS. We do not submit speech by politicians to our independent fact checkers and we generally generally allow it on the platform even when it would otherwise breach our normal content rules. What was their reason and justification for doing that? Their justification is that they think that the people should be able to see what politicians are. Say that if a politician wants to lie in an ad that's useful information for voters to have and so then it is up to the press to then publicize and inform the citizens that the politician is lying. And I think that a lot of people think that their actual reason is a that they don't WanNa get into a fight with the trump campaign and be it would be almost impossible the scale of the ads that are going to have fact checkers checking every single one before it goes up that would require thousands and thousands and thousands of more people working for facebook to do that work so face because made easier for political parties to wherever they won't upon the platform and they're still making it difficult for us to find out how that works is simply because it makes them a lot more money. I think probably the one of the reasons that facebook's not doing it is because It would be very difficult for them to To make the call between what is a political ad in what isn't and that would almost require as many staff as it would require to a fact. Check them the other thing is that I also think that. Facebook believes in its own propaganda. I think that Mark Zuckerberg thinks that his products are good and people no longer have to rely on traditional gatekeepers in politics or media to make their voices heard and and that has important consequences. And I think that that is probably a misconception on his part but that is a very core belief of his that facebook is good for the world. But I actually believe that the much bigger story is how much these platforms have. Decentralized power by putting it directly into people's hands it's part of this amazing expansion of voice that we've experienced through law and culture and now technology is well having spent a year watching facebook apart from the trump campaign. How do you think the this might play out in the election? He is going to start focusing more and more on his Democratic candidates. You know as that field narrows currently as we speak. He's in some kind of twitter war with Mike Bloomberg. He's GonNa start getting very very personal about the candidate says well between now and November twenty one we are going to keep on working. We are going to keep on fighting more of the same ready to definitely more of the same and I think that one of the things with the trump campaign in general is that you keep you know. I keep thinking that I've lost my ability to be shocked and then I get shocked again and we will make a great again. Thank you keep up the good work. Thank you for speaking to me. Thank you so
Conway: Reported sexist Bloomberg remarks 'far worse' than what Trump said on 'Access Hollywood' tape
"An old scandal involving my Bloomberg is getting new traction now that he's running for president it involves sexist remarks he was accused of making back in the nineties long before he held public office the Washington post as detailing the allegations from lawsuits and depositions against Bloomberg on fox news Sunday host Chris Wallace asked trump White House aide kellyanne Conway about trump's own history of sexist remarks including the now infamous access Hollywood tape and how the Bloomberg comments compare she claims Bloomberg said worse things far worse all my goodness is far worse and by the way that was fully litigated that happened on October seventy one a month later bluebirds campaign responded by saying it's not surprising that as my continues to rise in the polls other candidates including Donald Trump start to get
Sanders Cements Front-Runner Status After New Hampshire Win
"Phase following Tuesday's New Hampshire primary senator Bernie Sanders won the contest former south bend Indiana mayor people to judge finish close behind him followed by centering the clover char senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden this victory here is the beginning of the end but Donald Trump vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity hello America I'm Amy clubbers are and I will be Donald Trump we have beaten the odds every step of the way former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg looms and he is making overtures to African American voters I think we're going to do very well and in the African American community they need a good economy they need better schools and those are the kinds of things that I can bring him Josh you've been on the campaign trail with mayor Bloomberg all week can he get over his stop and frisk policy from New York and win over African American voters in South Carolina but more importantly perhaps in super Tuesday states in early March I was really stunned to see the number of African American supporters that showed up at his events this week as we were with him in Tennessee and North Carolina even in the wake of these tapes coming out and I asked them you know it is this something that bothers you and they largely said no I think there is there is an element that similar to Joe Biden where people feel like they know Mike Bloomberg because he's been on the stage for so long they say things like I know where his heart is but look there is Mike Bloomberg is a double edged sword in a couple ways the same elements that make him appealing as a former Republican because he seems like he might be able to peel off some trump boater center right Republicans make him anathema to the part of that democratic base that wants a progressive firebrand to push their costs and the same part of him that is sort of a a technocrat data driven let statistics inform your policy makes him appealing and and successful as a businessman and mayor also means that he says said a lot of things in his career that may be numerically accurate but are also very off color and and really run people long long way and may bloomers not the only one facing challenges with African American voters may have put a judge still faces questions about his policing record in south bend insanely senator any club which are on the rise from New Hampshire faced facing some scrutiny ever prosecutorial record yeah look I won New Hampshire are very different states from Nevada and the Carolinas in white very different from the states that will dominate on super Tuesday as well and for all the support we're seeing nationally like you look at the African American vote in particular right and no democratic nominee has won the nomination without winning the majority of that but it just doesn't happen everyone has been looking at former vice president Joe Biden but when you are a whole mess image is electability and you come in fourth and fifth in the early contests you start to lose ground we're seeing that already in South Carolina who's benefited from that so far in South Carolina Tom Stiers picking up some of those voters the Bloomberg is not conceding a lot of money on TV spending a lot of money he's messaging and all the right ways he's picking up on the people who are picking up on their own doubts about about Biden but nationally in the same national polls we've seen where Biden support among African Americans has been dropping Bloomberg has been stepping in to pick up some of those votes so it's still a very fluid race I was done and I was down in South Carolina last weekend I running story about Joe Biden there is giving certainly sees it as a far well it's a place where he has to turn around has to bring Afghanistan voters out I'm a lot of folks a mistake thank you still can I talk to Jim Clyburn this week because most prominent Democrat a mistake he says if you like himself today Biden when did you go to the polls a mistake by can still has a lead he has not endorsed with Steve Benjamin the mayor of Columbia of the capital there said to me if your heart given select ability if you're coming in third fourth and fifth in the state photos of a start taking other look to different people he has a he has a foreman and stuff you want out of black pastors and state legislators and others who were with him right now the question is if they see momentum fading what do they do it what about Bernie Sanders the Vermont senator he won New Hampshire Kenny stitch together a coalition especially as senator Elizabeth Warren struggles on the left well if you want to enter any near you very nearly one Iowa he won the popular vote in Iowa and so from his perspective he ought to be the overwhelming front runner considered that way and use it if you win the first two states you ought to be on a glide path to the nomination however I I think you there's a lot of caveats around that from visit the so called democratic establishment right is there gonna just I was when I was a lovely there is absolutely there is and and they are fearful that Bernie Sanders candidacy would not be electable and and that's on the minds of a lot of democratic voters as well that's why people are flocking to favor judging Amy clover charm my bluebird because they so desperately just want to be trump they're willing to forgive almost anything else no that's not true of every democratic voter but it's true of a lot of the non Bernie supporters and so they this faction of the Democratic Party the sort of mainstream of the Democratic Party is saying you know just because he's able to win in a fractured field with twenty five percent of the vote does not show that he can be the standard bearer for the whole party that he can broaden his appeal versus being just a factional candidates what's going to be his challenge going for to see if you can consolidate more the party around Josh I remember when I first met shoes at Pete booted judges campaign announcement south in Indiana a year ago you've been covering his campaign closely as well as a narrow second place finish in New Hampshire how is he capitalizing as he looks not only South Carolina Nevada but super Tuesday well he started to really ramp up his operations in other parts of the country he's says that he now is going to have staff in every state that is competing on super Tuesday what's the message though the message is that he is a coalition builder someone that can bring people together and that is some of these other candidates start to drop out in the field windows that he will start to consolidate some of that support from these other moderate candidates but one of the things that we've heard over and over again from voters the cycles were talking to them around the country is that you know in Washington we talk about sort of the progressive lane in the moderate lane and they're not thinking of it that way you talk to Bernie supporters who say you know my second choice is that people are judging talk to Warren supporters you say my second choice is Joe Biden and so it's difficult to predict how that's all going to play out as the field continues to get smaller senator clover char you've seen minority candidates struggle in twenty twenty in this democratic race female candidates have had a rough time with senator clover jar suddenly comes almost out of no where in finishes a strong third in New Hampshire Kenshi capitalize on that quickly enough to actually make a dent in this race and and be a contender you know we've seen her kind of step up to seize the moment in her own words there she sees that they have momentum she things are messages starting to resonate with what is that message right now it's that message of this is what makes sense to me that you know you don't have to go all the way to the left to go over this with a super progressive candidate you've got to have someone who can speak to some of these parts of America that voted for Obama NO eight and twelve and then went to trump in sixteen you had a midwesterner come into New Hampshire and do surprisingly well and that is a very strong message for her whether or not it carries her for we don't know she's not pulling as well as some of the others and about and South Carolina but she's got momentum on our side and that's at this point in the race that
Bloomberg defends record on crime after uproar over 2015 stop-and-frisk comments
"We've been talking about on the Bloomberg comments about stop and frisk racial kind of tones that a lot of people are are are saying were inappropriate the problem is Donald Trump called bluebird races this morning then deleted the tweet turns out that Donald Trump actually supports stop and frisk as well which is incredible to me and then we've heard a lot about that won't people are too sensitive right I mean people do the same stuff on CNN they say racially charged things well tell me if anyone on CNN is done this this is Rush Limbaugh talking about the former president of China have a listen to this do we have that idea for you audio is not working again but you know the the the point that that we're trying to make here is that Rush Limbaugh is the guy who has sent a number of racist things on the show time and time again here's that audio that I want to play if you tell me if anyone's done this on CNN
"bluebird" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Day a bluebird worry about Iran overshadowed optimism over strong economic readings Wall Street found its way lower settle down a hundred twenty witnessed on five forty one time for traffic and transit here's Greg Greg well here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels in bounce on the Georgia going to go to the upper and lower the west side highway right now that's gonna be the best way to get you out of telling kids about twenty and ten alcoholic fifteen to twenty into the sky way better from the turnpike ten to fifteen on the outbound what looks like the issue in Westchester on the north bend a hunch your exit seventeen well it's finally gone the damage still done either way stay with it went went through a did in the Bronx as the north and Hutch suffers the cost of trouble getting up towards orchard beach the New England Thruway while not perfect it'll be better major subway issues at this hour and Q. R. and W. you've got the ladies you've got some suspensions all because of ongoing emergency maintenance between Lexington Avenue fifty ninth street and Queensborough plaza that's bands to borrow so you can write off the in Q. R. A. W. trains for the time being here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels again the inbound George will do fine for you the rival north of the city Mario Cuomo that's a pretty good shape by the way Brooklyn down Brooklyn Bridge and to a lesser extent written down that had bridge still so slow here's what we see on Long Island big three allies bad from queens over a bagatelle road northern state not good as far as the sea for Oyster Bay and slow on the southern state east valley stream all the way on out towards the area of new highway traffic and transit every ten minutes all the ones breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen I'm Greg rice on ten ten when he's done five forty two rain mixed with some wet snow is on the way in spots tonight accu weather's Kerry Swindon hammer is here with an update Kerry.
"bluebird" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"News on K. Y. W. with bluebirds Leri cost it was a narrowly higher day on Wall Street investors watch for signs that the US and China will reach a truce in their late the trade dispute there are Jones industrial average rose twenty eight the SNP five hundred gained five and as that composite added for unemployment lines unexpectedly shrank last week the government said first time claims for jobless benefits fell by ten thousand to two hundred three thousand it's seen as a sign of resilience in the labor market ahead of tomorrow's November jobs report ulta beauty is sitting pretty up more than eleven percent in late trading the cosmetics chain posted better than expected same store sales in the third quarter some secrets are hard to keep especially when they involve big mergers a new report finds that forty two percent of mergers worth at least five billion dollars were leaked before they were announced the report looked at one hundred eighty nine takeovers from twenty fifteen to twenty eighteen with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. I'm Larry Kaski the company that claims to have the first drug to slope mental decline from al's timers disease has disclosed more results that may help explain why one study of the experimental medicine exceeded and another failed the Max birds after hearing the presentation now say that though one scrap Dallas timers broad I do kind of mob deserves serious consideration but important questions remain a bear on the loose in Delaware appears barely affected by a tranquilizer dart that's coming up on news radio it's eleven twenty seven or was that very research Hey listen if you're not invested in the stock market right now you should pay attention for months the financial media has been doing a huge disservice to regular investors across the country reporting mixed messages resulting in confusion and fear but today two of the most well respected analysts in the world to attract a massive following former hedge fund manager Dr Steve sugar route and one of the most prolific stock pickers in the country Matt McCall decided to sit down and film a prison Tatian for anyone interested this presentation is available online right now at stock market event dot com you see we are in the final inning of one of the biggest stock market events in history that this could be your last.
"bluebird" Discussed on Science Friday
"Couple of final episodes. I'll let Anne and Ella take it away. Hey everyone hey so. It's been a little while and you might not have expected to hear from us again. Some of you declared a stead prematurely but after two seasons undiscovered is unfortunately saying goodbye it. It has been an honor to play in your ears to get your emails and reviews tweets and see you sticking your undiscovered stickers on things that was really cool. Okay it's meant so much to us and we're going to really miss sharing these stories with you but the good news is before we go we do have a few final episodes for are you so undiscovered. It's always been about how science happens and you know it's not a steady march toward truth and wisdom and it. It wouldn't be nearly as interesting if it was and some of our very favorite stories that we have discovered in the process of making. This show are about things that US humans scientists included got wrong and how we changed our minds then how will probably change them again inevitably so this is undiscovered we were wrong addition Shannon. FIRST UP WE HAVE A story about sex. I want you to imagine. It's nineteen seventy eight Florida State University MHM There's a young woman she standing in one of the quads on campus. It's a weekday. I know that it was not raining. That is all I know about that day. And this woman then she scanning the area for men that she finds attractive female college students to so he has to be not only attractive but attractive enough that she would consider sleeping with him. According to whose rule I'm going to get to that you'll find out who's pulling the strings. Your cares feels feels like kind of perverse. Stay with me. So she scanning for attractive men and when she finds one she consults a notebook that she's carrying the notebook tells her what she's supposed to do next so the notebook always contains one of three instructions. It tells her to ask this man on a date or to ask him to come back to her place tonight. Why or to ask him to have sex so this time? Let's let's say it's option three dislike. See You who is this. How does she walks up to the man she tells him? She's noticed him on campus. She finds him very attractive and then she asks him the actual wording is i. Would you go to bed with me tonight. And when he gives her his answer she thanks him for his participation in Psychology Study Eddie. Yep Yeah Awkward Awkward Study but there was a reason for it. It all started when a professor was having an argument. humint with some students about who wants more casual sex men or women it was the late seventies by now the sexual revolution had come. Women's Liberation Abrasion. Our views about women were changing. Women were now judges and astronauts and Billie Jean King had beaten a man at tennis.
"bluebird" Discussed on Undiscovered
"You familiar with these. No not at all. It's like it's a bundle of of sperm and food basically she's getting sperm but she's also not gaining. Yes Oh it's a meal. Oh and also somehow the Sam delivery via the Laura and so for these female crickets you know more sex more snacks and on the flip side for males we you were saying more sex more babies will. That's not the only thing they need to consider either. For example S. T. is not just a thing that affects humans. If you're a male and you have sex and contract a virus that kills you or weakens U. and makes you vulnerable to predation. You know maybe that's not gonNA result and more babies long long-term. Yeah and so. I think where we're at is a lot of people still believe that the general trend across species is that males are more eager and females are more choosy because all else equal males should get more babies out of meeting a lot but as one of my old boss told me. Not all else is Ezekiel. They're actually a lot of factors that play. Which is why you see so much variation across species Angelini the science journalist we met earlier she credits credits? People like Patty for the progress. We've made you know people who see female bluebirds cheating when other people don't lonely all bring our particular assumptions and biases to the table. And we all do have them men women everybody Then we can kind of check on the on the mistakes then and it's more difficult for people to propagate bad ideas because there were people there to ask actually wall. Have you taken this perspective of you thought again and the other big lesson for Angela is actually you know if we're going to go back to original question are human men and women fundamentally biologically different. We gotTa Watch. How much reading into animal studies Andrew says look like scientists will run these great experiments in mice or flies and then the natural tendency of the scientists say not just published a paper saying we see this in mice or we see this in fruit flies? Isn't that interesting for mice and fruit flies close but to say well. What implications does this have us And this is where you get a hell of a lot of speculation. We are not fruit flies. We are won't lies so what about US humans. If we're going to ask that question really really hope. We're going back to Florida. We are going back to study. Upset me so much and I would like you to tell me now. Why does wrong okay? So a few years ago Some researchers in Germany were wondering the instinct did not by this study or at least they looked around at the at the men and women that they knew and they knew plenty of women who are interested in casual sex so they decided to do the study again. This time it was in two thousand thirteen and basically what they found. You're not gonNA like this. It held up the original finding but but as a woman in the seventies on a college campus. Some strange man comes up to you. The things going through your head and not just do I feel like sex right now but also also will this guy kill me. You know what is going on here. There are so many other social factors not least. Let's be honest honest The the idea of judgments you know. It's not okay even now for woman to go round Saint People. Yeah I'm I'm up for casual sex in the same same way that it's okay for men. There is still a social taboo around that yet. Central W in safety like this dude is already kind of acting outside of norms arms by being like I just saw you for the first time and have been watching you from a distance and then you're like come to my place where it's just going to be us and we're GONNA have sex. It's now so so this is actually what the German scientists were thinking you know. Why don't we do another experiment? That's a little safer. So they presented men and women with pictures pictures of people who interested in having sex with them they were told and they said would you have sex with any of these people and actually wasn't just a hypothetical as far whereas the subjects. They're like we will. If you choose some people for sex we will Set that up in a controlled environment and what they found instead. Was that very many women were. I'm interested then in having casual sex with one of these people. In fact ninety seven percent of women chose at least one man for possible sex so that run completely counter to the original study and if you're wondering one hundred percent of men shows at least one woman for sex but statistically no difference so this experiment it's not perfect perfect either. I mean yes. They take out the danger component But it's it's totally artificial so think about it. You're looking at pictures in a lab you know telling researchers researchers yes please the arrange this sex medium and I actually not only do they do. They say we'll set up sex in a in a controlled environment. They say we're GONNA film the first thirty minutes of the encounter before we leave you alone to do as you please like. Who is signing up for that? Did they really you buy that. This was going to happen The researchers actually did ask you afterwards. Hey did you buy the experimental setup and people said yes. They did for the most part so I don't know maybe I don't understand people or maybe they were being very polite to the researchers either way I doubt this is the final word on human sexual appetites but I hope this is the last of this particularly awkward kind of study because these people have feelings. Damage it right like. Don't tell them that somebody's into them and then Yank the rug out when they say they're interested back undiscovered is reported and produced by me elevator and me Antonov. Our senior editor is Christopher entirely and our composer is Daniel. Peter Schmidt met. You can read more about Patty and this story in Angeles Amy's book inferior. How Science got women wrong and always get links get footnotes get all that good stuff at undiscovered podcast dot work.
"bluebird" Discussed on Undiscovered
"Anybody having American Market Ham prescribe my increase. The Andrey's he was by Chris. Okay I believe for a long time my dad was the centerpiece as of my act. Then he died and for the last two years. I've been trying to figure out what happened to him in Cuba. Those are secrets that he kept with them. Until the end listen listen to scattered from WNYC studios wherever you get your podcasts. Keep your best day. This one March Day in one thousand nine hundred seventy a group of women headed out to Wall Street to sexual harassment. Yourself beautiful all of them men sex objects this is some of the least credible sexual harassment. I've ever heard where Russia how bad glasses I like with gladys. ABC trail them around for this documentary. Some men look amused. Others are just ignoring them. A few actually crowd around to sneer and heckle but these women have the microphone like people to understand what it feels like. They have someone all the time and haw elephant was supposed to in the early seventies. Women's liberation took center stage all of the major networks round reports about it and and feminists for challenging ideas about how women should be treated who we were what we were capable of and a young biologist named Patricia Adair. Gowdy she was here for for it. I simultaneously became biologists and a feminist. These happened at the same time called up patty a few months ago and obviously for for her feminism and science they are not inherently in conflict. She says a lot of feminism's ideas you can actually turn them into testable. Hypotheses and science science can be used to test if they're true in the nineteen seventies patty studying eastern bluebirds for her PhD. They're like little song. Long birds like the kind that dance around Disney princesses male and female bluebirds raise their babies together in pairs and the reason that was given in old literature. The jury was that females needed help. They could get raith all those kids and I thought And so I did an experiment. Armant she took their meals away and she found females. Do quite well thank you. They can do a whole lot of work without the additional help from from males next Patty decides to test another bit of conventional wisdom about songbirds technically pass rains. which is that? They were almost all monogamous and that females never or rarely had sex outside the nest. Shall we say and Patty again. Thanks let's find out if that's really true. Why don't we run run bird maternity vanity tests like Jerry Springer for bluebirds? Yes somebody is going to be throwing chairs by the end of it because it does not end well. She takes takes blood samples from dozens of Blue Bird nests including sixteen complete bird families these fancy DNA tests back. Then she's looking at just two to proteins and what she finds is that in at least four of the nests. Something is up. There's a baby who's proteins. Don't match either the mothers or they don't match the fathers and some of that could be basically bird adoption eastern bluebirds. Sometimes eggs in other bluebirds nests the Patty how do you think another part of it. Females are having sex with males other than their main partner. A Patty will not call it cheating because they're birds and to be fair. We we do not know the terms of their couple hood but whatever you call it in the Mid Eighty S. She's talking about this at a conference and a very famous Amos ornithologists that oh patty those females are being raped and those were his words and I just rolled is uh-huh is oh the stick dark turn. I mean there is a lot of rape in the well. I'm this seems like an inappropriate word to use but forced copulation yes. What's the word I'm looking for? There is a lot of that in the bird world yet in the duck and goose world especially leap but in bluebirds. Patty says no way. Not If you know anything about Lou birds words and their physiology just as females or mating with other males but this guy dismisses out of hand and actually at this point. It's not super clear what's going on. There is no smoking gun of of infidelity. Just a surprising number of baby birds that don't match their parents but patty wasn't the only one noticing that female animals seem to be breaking the rules. A bunch of studies were coming out in the seventies that found female animals are not all as Choosy choosy and monogamous people had previously thought like Red Wing blackbirds so so they live in harems groups where multiple oh females apparently made with just one male emphasis on apparently because in this one study bay gave that male of a sect Amee and yet the female's Dell's eggs were still getting fertilized Other researchers caught female lions sneaking off to places where their current male partners couldn't see them or waiting till their partners fell asleep to go have sex with other males and in songbirds remember. How when Patty started? Conventional Wisdom said that song birds were almost all monogamous. Yeah well after a bunch more paternity and maternity tests it turns out that even though they do generally pair off males and females still Sometimes have sex with other birds. In the SONGBIRD species we've studied strict monogamy is the exception list of of not so coy females goes on and on your pop fish babboons our closest relatives the chimps. But you know these examples. They don't necessarily proved that the idea of eager males choosy females is wrong like these could just be kind of exceptions exceptions to a very well established rule. Exactly there are always exceptions. We still have lots of examples that do work with this rule and we had that really cool study in fruit flies. So do you remember the main takeaway from that study. Yes over my yes please you. For a male L. fruit fly more sexual partners met more babies not so much for females but remember this was nineteen forty eight so if Bateman throws there's a bunch of fruit flies in a bottle. How does he know who had how much sex with who aside from watching them day in day out? Those actually very very clever ever for its time. Bateman gibbs every fly its own visible mutation things like having a tiny head or Harry wings. So when you look at the babies if you see one with say Bob's tiny head bobs the fly. Jeff if you see one with Bob's tiny head and Cheryl's Harry Wings you can see a high. That means that Bob and Cheryl did it got it. And so that's how he calculated who had sex with you so it's a great idea except up just over a decade ago Patty decides to take more careful look at that paper and she notices a few things that don't add up for one. Babies are missing facing because Bateman hadn't fully taken into account. Just how powerful and harmful these mutations were. They died like flies so Bateman wasn't totally clueless. He knew that if a baby fly got two copies of say the curly wings mutation it was done but what Patty figures out. Is that if you get two different. Mutations that kills applies to which through his calculations were off and a few more problems with this study but the upshot has estimates were biased and they were biased in such a way that Oh my goodness made his point and yet somehow L. for decades people miss this and despite patties work they still miss it. I looked at Paddy's paper on Google Scholar. sixty-nine citations since it was published published in two thousand twelve inches respectable bateman paper though in the same time over fourteen hundred Bateman paper. There's only one way to really understand the fact that people continue to cite vagrants paper. They believe it. They believe it without data eight but I think most people don't understand it because if they understood it they would say the empirical difficulties so to recap our famous foundational. Final study has massive cracks in it. And we've got a lot of species where females do you go after sex with more than one sexual partner sometimes very enthusiastically theatrically. And if that's true you have to ask why based on what we said earlier females should not be doing this. They shouldn't get anything out of it. Well Patty thinks it's time to scrap that whole theory. She's come up with something. Called the switch point theorem which doesn't have any priority assumptions about males versus females. But a lot of other people will tell you is not that the theory is wrong. It's just not the whole picture because it turns out there are a lot of reasons. Reasons for females to have sex besides making more babies. It's fine on top of fun okay. Lake hedging. Your bets. More fathers means means more genetic diversity in your kids which ups the odds at least one of your kids is really successful in the evolutionary sense. another one in crickets. And I'm GonNa put what a gross warning on this okay so The male will present a female with what's called a spur metaphor. Are.
"bluebird" Discussed on Dude Soup
"There's another game on your list from a studio that I'm hoping is branch in this game will branch out a little bit out of their formula, though. We've come to know them for from Bluebird team is Blair witch game. Which was like I was so happy to see this game. Get an I like it's what year is this? It's weird. You know go go goose is checking the time. Oh, yeah. I mean, the original movie came out what nineteen ninety nine. So, yeah, it's been twenty years credit. Here's a staring and corners that, I mean, I guess there were, there were supposed to be two more sequels, and then there was the reboot they did not very. Scary or have you've seen the movie there's nothing there's someone shakes tent. That's, that's going to be very spooky watch someone play this. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'll I'll play it. If a friend is in the room someone's watching, and helping protect you against the waiter. Okay. Yeah. That's all I need. I I'm surprised at a lot more people aren't talking about it, though. I feel like it's, it's not a lot of people were mentioning it. I think it's because Keanu Reeves immediately, like. Oh, yeah. But this another figure from one thousand nine hundred hundred. So many things that were like, I, I if you were to there was a leaked room as at a new Blair witch game will be. I'm like, okay. That's the fake one since silly, like there was a Blair witch PC game. I can't alone in the dark style that came out in two thousand one or something like that we should play those. Yeah. Yeah. It's like when Blair witch was a hot property. It's so fucking seems like it might be a little bit survival for which Bluebird team doesn't really has really done yet. Yeah. They don't layers of fear people. Yeah. Ogm so, yeah. The layers of fear series, the so Bluebirds weird. Because the they also have been around for a long time and done a lot of weird projects, and they sorta hit a stride with layers of fear. So I worry that this is another kind of horror walking simulator. We'll see. I I'm down either way. I also think that the experience of Blair witch is a movie fits really well, with how Bluebird makes their video games, which is it's all hundred percent offscreen terror. It sounds that make no sense. It's messing with your perceptions. And that's what the movie was. So to me. It's just a total. Spiritual connection that works really? Well, so, yeah, if it's if it's just a spooky walking simulator was scary sounds like twigs snapping behind you and stuff like that. I'm still dams out in, like two months or whatever so, yeah. The quick turnaround has me slightly concerned that it might just be a really it might be narrow in scope like twenty years. Let's say a different engine. Definitely different designs. CGI. Yes trailer. Yeah. So it's like if you want to read, if you wanna read like mechanics from the trailer, you have, you know, like audio logs, which is essentially him looking at the camera you have the flashlight. So there's not. No real like interaction with the environment. You're not picking up items or using them. So yet it seems to me like it might just be another walking simulator. But I'm it. Yeah. They make them really well. So hope it has little survival. It'd be cool. Yeah. Something more than just run from the thing because layers of fear to had, like failed states, which is new. But it was just run from a big monster for a little bit. So, yeah, it'd be nice to see them. Make something a little more mechanically. Dents on server took some strides there, too. But yeah, I, I'm just excited that they're still getting work, and it seems like they're elevating to me. It's one of the one of the most gratifying things to see a game developer that she's been trying their hardest for decades and then suddenly get elevated because from software was kinda like that. They just been making good ship for decades. And then all the sudden demon souls hit out of nowhere..
"bluebird" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Make a buck. Sees the Bluebird Markey's minute on seven hundred wwl. The core. Right. Mike McConnell, Abercrombie and Fitch. The numbers are in and they are not pretty shares are down fifteen and a half percent. Pre-market reported quarterly sales fell short expectations on a slowing rate of growth. Same store sales rose a weaker than expected one percent company. See same store sales as flat this quarter. Now, if they put some shirts on their male models, they might sell some shirts now apparently that the Hollister brand, that's the one that targets the teens sales growth, there did start to taper off about that. All right. Why is oil back under fifty eight dollars which trade worries? We're down two point eight percent this morning, fifty seven dollars. Forty three cents a barrel. If the trade hostilities between the US and China stoking fears of slowing global growth, and that would mean less demand for oil. This is dominating the talk. But when you look at the physical crude market, it is tight supplies are limited. And there are other supply. Risks out there including tension in the Middle East. Also these output cuts that OPEC has been managing its, those are about to expire at the end of June, so that could change. Why can't basically what we see? I don't know. My question. I don't know. All right. Confusion over when the seven thirty seven max might be back in the air. Yeah. Apparently Boeing has told one of the biggest buyers of the plane, the Indian budget carrier spice jet the Boeing seven thirty-seven max should be cleared for takeoff by July. Well, that would be a lot quicker than many in the industry had expected following the, the two deadly crashes. In fact, the head of the international Air Transport Association says, no, the plane is unlikely to return to service for as long as three more months about that. There's figure it out. Yes, some discrepancies their futures. Look like what their lower SNP down almost seven tenths percent right now. Eighteen points NASDAQ down sixty one points eight tenths percent. Dow down one ninety six seven tenths percent from the. The Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred.
"bluebird" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"They are both the future power. Stacy's with us on the car coward show. Hi stacey. Hi, clark. Stacey, you got a new teen driver in the house. I do very exciting to have a new team driver. You know, it's miserable, and it's also a handy at the same time independence is very nice. That is true. How can I be of service? I'm trying to figure out a way to fund my teen driver gas money cashing to get misplaced very easily. I want ensure that they have money when they need it and enjoy do a debit card a gas card with the gas station or prepaid card. I like the Bluebird card of you ever heard me, mention Bluebird. No. Do you have a WalMart anywhere near you? Yes, I do. Okay. So Bluebird is an American Express product that you can buy directed Bluebird dot com or you can go to the WalMart store and get one. It's cheaper if you do it direct with Bluebird dot com. In fact, it's. Free. If you do it direct Bluebird dot com. And Bluebird card is set up that if you follow the procedures, it's a fee, free card, and it's good. Not just a gas stations. This may be a downside of it, but you're I'm sorry is that your daughter, your son? My son your son will be able to use that Bluebird card anywhere. American Express is accepted. Do I have to be an American Express? You have to hold a card myself or do not. Okay. And how do I put dollars? It is it Bluebird offers a number of methods for you to add money to the card. You can add money electronically, from your checking account to the.
"bluebird" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Enough to pop into Bluebird. No, the Bluebird line is two and a half hours long. And you know, what they should do it Bluebird liquor store down. That's liquor store in Hawthorne that everyone goes to get all their winter winners doing live shots as we speak. And it makes sense that Hawthorne is has a bunch of winners because they sell millions of tickets nine just a numbers game. But I'd love to see a cop there at the front of the line with and he's doing a he's doing a awards check and within the line out. But it looks like I mean, the the I hate to say it because I don't know. Maybe I would go there to buy it doesn't matter really where you buy the ticket. You know, it matters that you just buy one chance of you getting one and winning from Bluebird are pretty slim sheen. They have is sent from the same factory is all the other machines at all the other locations, and it's it's not it's not worth. I mean, look you've got to calculate how much time is worth. And if you're going to stand in line for two and a half hours right with other like minded people, you know, two and a half hours. You get a lottery ticket something you gotta you gotta do a, you know, a quality check on your life. If you were in line at blue bird to buy your lottery tickets. Yeah. Would you give that little Bluebird inside the story a little touch everybody else in line? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. But I would I would I spray it with pure L. Be funny. If some guy gets to the front of the line and goes. How about your the Newport's? Same. Yeah. You guys have for Slim's each for twenty minutes talks about cigarettes or he's been waiting in line. The whole time not to buy lottery tickets, but because he wanted cigarette. That's right. But why the hell doesn't blueberry by four or five more machines and make more money? You know? I mean, the machine can't cost that much have four or five machines hire a kid six bucks an hour to fire up those machines and you're off to the races. Because if they didn't have lines out around the corner, the news show up everybody shows up to do this. I mean, I think we're out in front of their somewhere too. Isn't Chris ancarlo or somebody out there for actually have live team coverage? We have four reporters round the clock lottery. Watts lottery watch guys here we go astronomical odds folks have come out on their lunch break that got their dogs. They've got their kids with them here. All hoping for at least one day with a big dream work at eight thirty. I just decided to come straight here because the line is using around the block Clayton only what he does to use his first name case, he's about to become a billionaire. Oh my God. Guys, crazy only as I name because even if he won they wouldn't know who was he was first in line when Bluebird liquor opened an hour early. I hate to say it, man. There are some people out there. They did just are into effort. He was first in line when Bluebird liquor opened an hour early. And when it got the one point six billion, I said, this is my chance. My mom was out there. When it got the one point six billion. I said is my chance. No, it's not my chance sweetheart. It's not my chance. Janice couldn't sleep thinking about the largest payout in US lottery. History. You know, how many depressed people are they going to be Janice? Couldn't sleep. Yeah. I know. Well, she there's probably some reasons she can't sleep. Right. She's probably I mean on a on a steady diet of cigarettes and red bull's, Janice. Couldn't sleep thinking about the largest payout in US lottery. History red balls yesterday. A case was at six twenty four every -ality if the winner chooses the lump sum payout after taxes, you're talking more like half a billion. I.
"bluebird" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Beat the heat and please be careful out there because the next couple of afternoons are going to be pretty brutal temperatures up in the loaded nineties from the city and inland real feel temperatures. At or above one hundred or heat advisory for everywhere except the Cape in the islands the Saturday through, tomorrow, evening, Cape in the islands will get. Up in the mid to upper eighties the next, couple of afternoons now so we get into Wednesday we'll, see the heat wave break a little bit but it will be awfully. Close almost ninety in The, city on Wednesday but some. Thunderstorms around later in the day Thursday mid upper eighties with a chance. Of showers thunderstorm especially early I'm AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore WBZ. NewsRadio ten right now. We have ninety four degrees. Under mostly sunny. Skies in Boston at two fifty five. And now it's time for New England business with WBZ's Jeff Brown art good. Afternoon a big deal for Bluebird bio which is partnering. With drug giant Jenner on a one hundred million dollar agreement to further its research on finding cancer immunotherapy drugs the Cambridge based Bluebird will work in a five year term we'll split the costs equally with regeneration for each drug that does make. Clinical trials regeneration also retains milestone and royalty payments as well as investment, represents a fifty nine percent premium Bluebird stock price as of Friday and news of this arrangement pushes. Bluebirds stock up over three percent. Today another strong jobs number. From the Labor Department at a look inside that, number finds that the lowest educated workers are now Now finding traction in an extremely tight labor market worker unemployment for those without a high school diploma at the lowest level seen in twenty-six years no question would be workers are in the. Driver's seat these days and math Naegler with. Staffing firm Bank w says employers are working hard to find the right candidates Now. They have to be slightly more creative than they've been clients now recognizing that you have to look for different variable when you're looking at talent and everything on. Your checklist might not be that you have to be more creative around your hiring and sometimes the, creative this means lowering the. Requirements for certain positions researchers at drug company Alcyone say they have discovered a substance in the brain that stops the formation of amyloid plaque that lies at the. Root, of Alzheimer's disease Alzheimer's affects nearly six million Americans in while many companies have tried to stop or reverse this disease effective treatments in that. Regard have all failed Alcyone currently is in clinical testing for a drug that can block the formation of the Plack and is operating under the FDA's fast track designation And about one thousand telecom..
"bluebird" Discussed on The FitCast
"But i learned okay i'm going to have to create something myself to drive people in so we switched to one of my first big educational experiences with going down boils and spending weaken the in a mentorship that would have been i think two thousand eight maybe early two thousand nine while it was that the new jim at the old gym was at the the nice the nicer you know big open space jam or was that i can elect the smaller closed off old facility had been a recent move was it was at winchester we weren't winchester then moved to bluebird winchester was kind of a dump burn was a brand new kind of building still i believe it was in winchester i can be wrong we had the let's say all the the platforms were all up front with the rats behind them and then and that was in one room that was winchester while yeah that was a long time ago yeah so i thought i was going down to learn training sites i mean i i was one of these you know one of these guys initially i just thought it was all just a question of technical understanding i really knew the technique i really understood the science behind what we were doing we crush it which is such a incomplete view of things in his really just off the mark it's important it's i mean to me personally in super important but that is not what you can base business off but do you think you felt that way.