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"christina parson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:35 min | Last month

"christina parson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"A lot of talk, but still no deal. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin spoke again today to try to reach a compromise and covert 19. Really, I'm hopeful that they can produce something I I never say this is the last chance until election day, although that's 33 days away. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says the bill proposed by House Democrats is not adequate. I look at what our compromise bill Is all about. Well. Once again mentions cannabis more than a minute since jobs. I don't think those in covert relief Really? That's the priority should do provides a massive tax breaks to the wealthy and you know who would get the biggest tax break of all? Michael Blum. The $2.2 trillion measure will be voted on in the House this evening. But it's not expected to go anywhere in the Senate. The lack of a deal having a ripple effect on the airline industry. American Airlines did say today they're moving forward. Furloughing roughly 19,000 employees, Then you have United Airlines furloughing 13,000 employees, Christina Parson, Evelyn's with Fox Business, the CEO of American Airlines, said yesterday. If Congress reaches deal and provides more funding for airlines in the coming days, those employees that were furloughed would be recalled. Fire crews in Northern California, preparing for expected high winds that they fear will fuel the glass fire, which has been burning in wine country and has burned more than 250 buildings in the town of Calistoga Governor Gavin Newsom telling people in the path of the fire to heed evacuation order to risk your life. You gonna place.

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"christina parson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:04 min | Last month

"christina parson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"News. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin spoke again today to try to reach a compromise and covert 19. Really, I'm hopeful that they can produce something. I I never say this is the last chance until election day, although that's 33 days away. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says the bill proposed by House Democrats is not adequate. I look at what our compromise bill Is all about. Well. Once again mentions cannabis more than medicines, jobs. I don't think those in covert relief Leave. That's the priority they should do provides a massive tax breaks to the wealthy. Did you know who would get the biggest tax break of all? Michael Blum? The $2.2 trillion measure will be voted on in the House this evening. But it's not expected to go anywhere in the Senate. The lack of a deal having a ripple effect on the airline industry. American Airlines did say today they're moving forward. Furloughing roughly 19,000 employees, Then you have United Airlines furloughing 13,000 employees, Christina Parson, Evelyn's with Fox Business, the CEO of American Airlines, said yesterday. If Congress reaches deal and provides more funding for airlines in the coming days, those employees that were furloughed would be recalled. Fire crews in Northern California, preparing for expected high winds that they fear will fuel the glass fire, which has been burning in wine country and has burned more than 250 buildings in the town of Calistoga Governor Gavin Newsom telling people in the path of the fire to heed evacuation order, don't risk your life. You gonna place your property? You can't replace a loved one or a life lost good in your own, And that's why it's incumbent upon us to take very seriously this moment more than 2000. Firefighters are battling the glass Fire. America is listening to Fox News. Hiring can be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company..

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"christina parson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:00 min | Last month

"christina parson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Steve Mnuchin spoke again today to try to reach a compromise and covert 19. Really, I'm hopeful that they can produce something I I never say This is the last chance until election day. Although that's 33 days away. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says the bill proposed by House Democrats is not adequate. I look at what our compromise bill Is all about. Well. Once again mentions cannabis more than medicines, jobs. I don't think those in covert relief Really. That's the priority they should do provides a massive tax breaks to the wealthy. Did you know who would get the biggest tax break of all? Michael Blum? The $2.2 trillion measure will be voted on in the House this evening. But it's not expected to go anywhere in the Senate. The lack of a deal having a ripple effect on the airline industry, American Airlines did say today they're moving forward, furloughing roughly 19,000 employees, Then you have United Airlines furloughing 13,000 employees, Christina Parson, Evelyn's with Fox Business, the CEO of American Airlines, said yesterday if Congress reaches deal and provides more fun Think for airlines in the coming days. Those employees that were furloughed would be recalled fire crews in Northern California, preparing for expected high winds that they fear will fuel the glass fire, which has been burning in wine country and has burned more than 250 buildings in the town of Calistoga Governor Gavin Newsom telling people in the path of the fire to heed evacuation order, don't risk your life. You gonna place your property? You can't replace a loved one or a life lost could in your own, and that's why it's incumbent upon us to take very seriously this moment more than 2000. Firefighters are battling the glass Fire. America is listening to Fox News. Arizona's back in business. I'm Greg Faull Kunst NEWS. The Arizona Department of Health Services is announcing All.

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"christina parson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | Last month

"christina parson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ah Beasley Media Group Station. Ah, lot of talk, but still no deal. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin spoke again today to try to reach a compromise and covert 19 relief. I'm hopeful that they can produce something I I never say this is the last chance until election day, although that's 33 days away. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says the bill proposed by House Democrats is not adequate. I look at what our compromise bill Is all about. Well. Once again mentions cannabis more than inventions, jobs. I don't think those in covert relief Leave. That's the priority they should do provides a massive tax breaks to the wealthy and you know who would get the biggest tax break of all Michael Bloomberg $2.2 trillion measure will be voted on in the House this evening. But it's not expected to go anywhere in the Senate. The lack of a deal having a ripple effect on the airline industry. American Airlines did say today they're moving forward, furloughing roughly 19,000 employees, Then you have United Airlines furloughing 13,000 employees. Christina Parson, Evelyn's with Fox. Is the CEO of American Airlines said yesterday If Congress reaches deal and provides more funding for airlines in the coming days, those employees that were furloughed would be recalled fire crews in Northern California preparing for expected high winds that they fear will fuel the glass fire, which has been burning in wine country and has burned more than 250 buildings in the town of Calistoga. Governor Gavin Newsom telling people in the path of the fire to heat evacuation order to risk your life..

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"christina parson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"christina parson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of news. You won't find anywhere else. Listen like goingto Fuck! Snooze pond casts dot com New York City, going virtual for their upcoming New Year's Eve celebration for the first time in 100 Fortin years there's gonna be no sardine packed crabs. There's gonna be no cheering. There's going to be none of those funky, funky 2020 sunglasses. There are going to be two things that air staying the same. You have officially the ball that will still drop in Times Square here, and the area is still going to be blocked up, But there's not going to be the usual packed celebrations. The president of the Times. Alliance does say that this year there will be significant new and enhance virtual visual on digital offering fans will have to tune in from home on television or nap. The live events will be socially distance with an extremely limited group of in person honorees functions. Christina Parson eval ISS in Times Square More than 1000. New Yorkers tested positive for covert 19 in a single day Friday, marking the first time since June, 5th state has seen a daily number that high The number of positive tests reported daily in the state has been steadily inching up in recent weeks. Health experts say the trends may possibly be related to increasing numbers of businesses, reopening college campuses, reopening and Children returning to school. I'll get him while you can target stores. Carseat Trade in program ends today Boxes Jeff Minahasa reports Target.

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"christina parson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"christina parson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The phrase no doubt over the last twelve hours or since the markets closed yesterday the stock market gains made under president trump been wiped out that is really that's a staggering statistic and we hope obviously when things normalize that it all goes back up but were below twenty thousand on the Dow now which is territory we haven't seen in a long time for a recap of the day yesterday and by the way what's to come on Monday here is fox's Christina parson Nablus what aid dates who New York Stock Exchange employees did test positive for cove in nineteen we're told that it's one employee that works upstairs another one that works on the floor as a trader however they are psychic she just telling us that that trader was stopped at the front gate they've been taking everybody's temperatures on their foreheads impact to fill out forms get a stamp in order to enter the building the trader was turned around and told to go home and then after he tested positive and the New York Stock Exchange will close on Monday everyone will turn to all electronic trading the Dow closed about six percent lower the S. and P. dropped about five percent and the tech heavy nasdaq close about four percent lower but for the fourth time in two weeks we had all markets halted a circuit breaker was enacted in order to stop stocks from falling even further we have the oil that plummeted to lows we haven't seen since two thousand and two closing at twenty two dollars and thirty nine cents a share and this comes as travel lockdowns have spread across the globe and then last not least you have the big three automakers in Detroit at Ford and GM all confirming that the going to be ceasing operations until at least March thirtieth this is has to do with that pressure from the union as well as employees were concerned about the spread of the virus but I'm gonna bring it full circle and try to end on a positive note in regards to Walmart that is one Dow company that did end the day how much higher can actually hit a record high and this is because Walmart is benefiting from people stockpiling food as well as other retailers closing up shop so you had Walmart one of the only Dow components to hit a record high in the last month lots of volatility though here from the New York Stock Exchange floor so we go from the dal to DC president trump his task of course holding his Daily News conference yesterday among those speaking Dr Debra birch who is the task force response coordinator and and this goes back to something I was talking to with doctor Russ green field a few moments ago there are reports today that more young people are suffering from the effects of this virus the young people who are getting this are starting to see more severe issues related to it once once diagnosed and once the the treatment begins Debra birch talking about why this may be happening and the numbers they're getting overseas there are concerning reports coming out of France and Italy about some young people getting seriously ill and very seriously ill in the icy use we think part of this may be that people heeded the early data coming out of China and coming out of South Korea that the elderly or those with pre existing medical conditions were at particular risk it may have been that the millennial generation our largest generation our future generation that will carry us through for the next multiple decades there may be disproportional number of infections among that group and so even if it's a rare occurrence it may be seen more frequently in that group and the evidence now so we're looking at that information very carefully we have not seen any significant mortality in the children but we are concerned about the early reports coming out of Italy and France there again I'm going to call on that generation that's part of that group that brought us innovation particularly throughout all of their ability to look around corners and skipped through games and I always went level by level I didn't realize that you could go from level three to level seven that's what they've taught us they look for things that we don't see we need them to be healthy so again not only calling on you take heed what's in the ad guidance but to really ensure that each and every one of you are protecting each other and so we cannot have these large gatherings that continue to occur throughout the country for people who are off work to then be socializing in large groups and spreading the virus you have the potential than to spread it to someone who does have a condition that we none of us knew about and cause them to have a disastrous outcome Debra birch the doctor the task force response coordinator who appears daily beside the vice president and the president one remind you that the team here at W. B. T. one oh seven nine the Lincoln WFNZ have partnered to create corona virus three sixty a twenty four seven streaming the latest information about the corona virus pandemic just go to WTW is updated daily with the new information and material from all of our stations working together here at intercom Charlotte it's available to listen to any time that's WBTW click on the corona virus three sixty link we will span the Charlotte area and beyond with our fleet of reporters mark garrison Bret Jensen and Joe Gillespie coming up at seven fifty here on WBT and the Pat McCrory show coming up just past the top of the hour of course attorney bill Graham will be on the show today for an extended period of time that's always a good thing back to the traffic.

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"christina parson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:24 min | 8 months ago

"christina parson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discount not available in all states or situations radio dot com station the future of talk radio in Charlotte he is now correct winter will show today three to six I I thought we had people who were really committed to prime time and a running for the presidency of the United States and it looks to me like a lot of spreading this is not a serious grouping of people but this feels to me like the first week of NFL football practice when you're going that's the seventh wide receiver on the team right there are more fun to get a key for red winter will show your wait is over welcome to WBT we have to fight that invisible enemy we got to keep working at it and that's what we're gonna do the ongoing developments with our concerns about the corona virus right here insurance is the top leadership right now for the president the governor five it's the stock market how low can it go we just don't know nineteen crisis lots of busy drive through today I was out working on the story how many small restaurants do you anticipate going under because of this good question have an emergency board meeting on a Friday night before news talk eleven ten ninety nine three W. B. T. your emergency situation station five fifty one a news talk eleven ten WBT you've been hearing it over the last twelve hours all of the games wiped out on the Dallas since president trump's inauguration that's a sobering statistic right there and another tough day on Wall Street for the round up of everything happening there plus I knew where at least a temporary no you know I think somebody called and said the other day don't say the new normal as I said temporary normal when I said that the other day the new temporary normal on Wall Street is common and again this also very sobering Christina parson EVOLUS of fox business what a day too New York Stock Exchange employees did test positive for cove in.

"christina parson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"christina parson" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Smiled when he said something to the effect that it started a mountain, and it ended up being a mouse House Democrats are into active negotiations with Robert Muller to appear before the House Judiciary committee asked whether he would like to see Miller testify President Trump said it's not up to him. Fox's John Roberts. Why now's the two also talked about the tensions in Venezuela. White House spokesman Sarah Sanders, reacting after the presidency to downplay Russia's intentions there relaying what President Putin said to him. That's this after secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said earlier this week Russia's prompting up disputed President Nicolas Maduro, a federal judge in Maryland. Allowing a lawsuit from Gupta refugees and the ACLU against the Trump administration over a challenge to the administration's ban on travelers from several countries, including some with Muslim-majority to continue last year. Three court laude second of order to continue. While the case is settled in the lower courts, the jobs market remained, strong, two hundred sixty three thousand new hires were added with strengthen healthcare and construction. Well, unemployment fell to the lowest in fifty years wages grew by six cents with the average workweek dropping to thirty four point four hours. One small point of concern for businesses is the labor partic-. Patient rate, which came in a little bit lower. There are fewer people employed or looking for work, which means the US economy still has more job openings than unemployed people Christina parson evidence with the FOX business network..

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"christina parson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"christina parson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"In depth with segments recorded earlier. This in-depth I'm Mike Simpson. And I'm Chris Sweden's in this week for Charles Feldman. He was fired by President Trump is his office was on the cusp of launching major investigations into the president's business, dealings and associates. He has since been ridiculed by President Trump and Republicans as a tool of the deep state, and he's become more of the president's biggest critics before all of that. He built a reputation as the cop of Wall Street for policing, the conduct of big salaried executives. He's pre Berrara. Former US attorney for the southern district of New York and author of the new book doing Justice, Harare us live here in studio. He'll be joining us for KNX gifts coming up at the bottom of the hour lift he's a hot young tech company in the ever-growing rideshare sector the quickly expanding gig economy. But here's a reality. Check lifts lost nearly a billion dollars last year and hasn't actually turned a profit. So what justified today's huge IPO we will go in-depth the president once again threatening to shut down the southern border. With Mexico unless Mexico stops the flow of illegal immigrants coming to which is that the way to solve what's Mr. Trump continues to label as crisis at the border and even without any definitive causes between the deaths of over twenty thoroughbred horses racing. At Santa Anita beginning again, but sh we starts with lift the rideshare company, the IPO, Christina parson, Parsons business correspondent and economist at the FOX business network, so Christina everybody gets the pop when these things get going, and then they settle somewhere in the middle where did lift end up. You definitely had a big day. There was a lot of excitement for this. I feel let's actually came out of the gate at eighty seven dollars a twenty four sets. So it was modestly higher. It's twenty one percent higher than what they were pricing it at seventy two dollars. So right off the gate people were buying the stock trading hands about six million shares. Climb downwards. So it's not as high didn't ended pie that it started with. That's where the the concerns are starting. You know, this is the first day for a massive company. Lots of people are waiting for it and the momentum. Could we still have this valuation, though of it being a twenty billion dollar company, and that has a lot of people scratching their heads? Because it's not making any money yet. Called a unicorn. So here you go. You have another billion dollar company values billion dollars, but they're not making any money. So for twenty eighteen lit at a loss of over nine hundred billion dollars. If you were to break it down to the number of rides. They have per year every single lift right at this point has the loss of a dollar forty seven. They're not making money on their ride so far, but they're banking on the fact that they're going to turn a profit in the near future. The big question is how are they going to do that? And will they be successful given the amount of competition? That's in the market, they're focusing on autonomous driving and really investing in that think about how many players are doing that as well. All the big automakers you've got Google that's investing in that as well. And of course, you're gonna bring Uber and so the conversation so it say that the competitive market and lived is another example of the companies that have twenty four billion actually valuation and yet is that operating at a net loss. So what does this do for people other than just make a lot of rich guys in San Francisco, even richer? I feel like you just summed it up because that's the case that we're having right now, you've got the same type of guys that just got a lot richer, for example, like GM General Motors their investment arm invested five hundred million dollars in back in two thousand sixteen. So they've made it double that invested making about one point three billion. And then you've got the two co founders maybe walking away with that one's going to get six hundred billion. The other one's going to get at least four hundred billion. So they're they're making a lot of money. What does it mean for you? And I so I have a lot of friends who are texting and asking should I be buying the stock? Should I get again? The people that are doing really well right now are those investors that got him in the private route. They got it before the company went public right now, if you're an investor using e trader just using an internet provider to buy socks, you really gotta think willing to treat this really quickly 'cause this may not lie or really hold this to the long term because I truly do believe this company will turn a profit in the future their mission part of this was to get ahead of Uber and Uber has had its fair share of bad press is lift seen as the friendlier company. And does that really even matter when it's Uber's time or people still going to buy our company feel maybe amongst drivers I've interviewed a lot of drivers in the past about lifting. Uber in the driver's seemed to like the back that list, according to them. I don't know if it's true, but they they pay a little bit better. And lift is also offering cash bonuses drivers that have driven ten thousand rides. They'll get us. Thousand bucks or even more if they've done twenty thousand right, but overall for talking about comparing it to goober and being friendly. Who cares? That doesn't really matter. What matters is candies companies. Turn a profit Uber is investing as well. And the economist driving Uber's diversifying. They. Uber growing and relatively popular. The fact that you can use adapt to get food delivered to your house. They're investing in likes lifted doing the same thing. They're investing a different avenues to diversify a little bit. And that's a strike in the other strengths Uber. Is that they're available around the globe? They have a larger market share there. Larger market saturation. Even in the United States lift has pretty much about thirty nine percent of the market, but smaller than what over hat Ken lists steal that market. Share and out Uber. I don't know. I guess we do know that there's still the appetite for tech IPO's. What are the other big names that are next? I wonder if our listeners even know who to black interest is going public. I got Uber, of course in that mix as well as I just named four right? There are a lot of people were talking about twenty nine and yeah, it's going to be the Eurotech is all right ios. None of them are making any money. Again, it's unicorns that they're going public will evaluate later on in the future will be profitable. Of course. Back in nineteen ninety seven Turner remember now Amazon web public they weren't making anybody and yet now they are. So there's there's some opportunity right? It's what your risk appetite as an investor. You want to get in and hold it for really long time, or, you know, get out quickly, Christina parson business correspondence economist at FOX business network. You can find the KNX in-depth podcast on radio dot com. I tunes wherever you get your podcast coming up in just about four minutes. When k lection get continues, President Trump once again, turning his attention back to one of his favorite.

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"christina parson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"christina parson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"President Trump and Republicans is a tool of the deep state, and he's become one of the president's biggest critics before all of that. He built a reputation as the cop of Wall Street for policing, the conduct of big salaried executives. He's pretty Berrara. Former US attorney for the southern district of New York and author of the new book doing Justice Ferrara is live here in studio. He'll be joining us for K, and I seen deaths coming up at the bottom of the hour. Lift is a hot young tech company in the ever-growing rideshare sector their quickly expanding gig economy. But here's a reality. Check lifts lost nearly a billion dollars last year and hasn't actually turned a profit. So what justified today's huge IPO we will go in depth the president once again threatening to shut down the southern border with. Mexico unless Mexico stops the flow of illegal immigrants coming to which is that the way to solve what's Mr. Trump continues to label as a crisis at the border and even without any definitive causes between the deaths of over twenty thoroughbred horses racing. At Santa Anita beginning, again, sh we starts with lift the rideshare company, the IPO, Christina parts business correspondent and economist of the FOX business network, so Christina everybody gets the pop when these things get going, and then they settle somewhere in the middle where did lift end up. You definitely had a big day was a lot of excitement for this. I PO lists actually came out of the gates at eighty seven dollars a twenty four set. So it was modestly higher. It was twenty one percent higher than what they were pricing it at seventy dollars. So right off the gate people were buying the stock was trading hands about six million shares. Climb downwards. So it's not a high. Didn't ended apply that it started with. That's where the the concerns are starting. You know, this is the first day for a massive company. Lots of people are waiting for it and the momentum. Could we still have this valuation, though of it being a twenty billion dollar company, and that has a lot of people scratching their heads? Because it's not making any money yet. It's called a unicorn. So you're you go you have another billion dollar company evaluation billion dollars, but they're not making any money. So for twenty eighteen Lynn at a loss of over nine hundred billion dollars. If you were to break it down to the number of rides. They have for your every single list right at this point has the loss of a dollar forty seven. They're not making money on their ride so far, but they're banking on the fact that they're going to turn a profit in the near future. The big question is how are they going to do that? And will they be successful given the amount of competition? That's in the market, they're focusing on autonomous driving and really investing in that think about how many players are doing that as well. All big automakers you've got Google that's investing in that as well. And of course, you gotta bring Uber into the conversation. So it's a the competitive market and lifted another example, the company that has a twenty four billion actually valuation and yet is operating at a net loss. So what does this do for people other than just make a lot of rich guys in San Francisco, even richer? I feel like you summed it up for play. Because that's the case that we're have right now, you've got the same type of guys that just got a lot Richard, for example, like General Motors their investment arm invested about five hundred million dollars in back in two thousand sixteen. So they've made double that invested in about one point three billion. And then you've got the two co-founders walking away with that. He was going to get six hundred billion. The other one's going to get at least four hundred billion. So they're they're making a lot of money. What does it mean for you? And I have a lot of friends who are texting and asking should I be buying this doctrine? I getting in the people that are doing really well right now are those investors that got in in the private route. They got it before the company went public right now if you're an investor using e or just using an internet provider to buy socks, you really gotta think I'm willing to treat this really quickly. 'cause this may not. Or will? I hold this to the long term because I truly do believe this company will turn a profit in the future their mission part of this was to get ahead of right and Uber has had its fair share of bad press is lift seen as the friendlier company. And does that really even matter when it's Uber's time or people still going to buy friendly company. I feel maybe amongst drivers I've interviewed a lot of drivers in the past about lifting Uber in the driver's seat for like the fact that pays according to them. I don't know if it's true. But they they pay a little bit better and lifted also offering cash bonuses, the drivers that have driven ten thousand rides. They'll get a thousand bucks or even more they've done twenty thousand right, but overall for talking about comparing it to Uber and being friendly care that doesn't really matter. What matters is can be companies turn a profit Hoover is investing as well. Thomas driving Googlers, diversifying. They uber. Growing and relatively popular. The fact that you can use this app to get food delivered to your house. They're investing bikes lifted during the same thing, they're vesting different avenues to diversify a little bit. And that's a strike and the other strengths Uber. Is that they're available around the globe? They have a larger market share their larger market saturation. Even in the United States lift has pretty much about thirty nine percent of the market. But smaller than what over hats, Ken lists feel that market share and out to over. I don't know. Well, I guess we do know that there's still the appetite for tech PEOs. What are the other big names that are next? I wonder if our listeners even know who to black interest is going public. I'm forgetting you got Uber, of course, in that mix as well as I just named four right? There are a lot of people are talking about twenty nine t and yeah, it's going to be the Europe wreck IPO's, all these ideas. None of them are making any money. Again, it's unicorns that they're going public will see evaluation later on in the future. Will they be possible? Of course, backing what is it? Nineteen ninety seven remember now Amazon web public. They weren't making any money and yet now they are. So it's very there's some opportunity, right? It's just what your risk appetite as an investor. You want to get in and hold it for a really long time or get out quickly, Christina Parsons business. Correspondence economist at FOX business network. You can find the KNX in-depth podcast on radio dot com. I tunes or wherever you get your podcast coming up in just about four minutes when Kayla continues President Trump once again, turning his attention back to one of his favourite issues the southern border. Hi, I'm Lisa league nine years ago. I made the decision to focus.

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"christina parson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"christina parson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"And now, please welcome back. Series saying my name that was how how did how did we do that? No internet, voice generator. We felt weird asking Bill to say his name. So we had the voice. I see I could have done it live and now all these welcome Bill Blida. Yeah. Also that was Bill saying and now, please welcome. Yeah. You took that. And then you put in the Bill Lobi, so internet voice generators. So they don't even they're not much better at pronouncing. Your name on internet voice generator is. Shannon bream is of saying your name Christina does. She you're going to press play. Nevertheless, we had played the Shannon enough. I didn't think we were going to give her any more. Here's FOX businesses, Christina parson, parson Elvis. I played it in the future changing my last name. Don't you? It's you know, it's a fantastic name. Once you get it. It is music. Yeah. Nobody can remember it and imagine, you know, I'm on TV, and then like the super long last name on the bottom. Then they get all flustered. And then they screw up. My first name I've been called just recently. I do bulls and bears on FOX business twice a week, and the anchor who's great I love he's called me like Kirsten and Kristen and like all these other. The wrong, easy part. I have relatives like that. They can't get any of the names, right? John. Did you come over here? That's why people don't forget it. That's why. I don't even know what is his name originally was but his manager changed to to Engelbert Humperdinck. And he will never forget the guy. Original name was Phil Smith. Nolan. Believe me, no one is going gonna remember that name. Yeah. Now Engelbert Humperdinck. Yeah. And it worked and now, and I don't even know what he ever saying. Except maybe after the Lovin sing you to sleep after the and pretty much yet. I saw him. Once a John barley corn sitting on the steps drinking waiting for someone to approach this, really creepy. No, you've never heard of Ingle, Bert Humperdinck, one of the most famous names in music, just don't marry him. You'll be Christina Humperdinck. That's not. But you gotta work. But yet you guys you guys are young over here in our booth. Do you do, you know Engelbert Humperdinck? Yeah. So yeah. There was actually a consensus of two. Taken from an actual figure. I think in either Dutch or English English history. There's an actual historical Engelbert Humperdinck who didn't have his nearly many top forty song fail on my part. I'm sorry guys. You're probably better off. So we in the last hour. We're talking about the kids are under too much pressure. I wanna get the take from from both of you guys. The you know, what started? This was Christina Ricci says it's abused to make your kids famous. She was famous. She's I didn't even know she had trouble. She seems to be one of the better ones the ones who've of gone through the child star thing and come over. Yeah. Come out without any serious, go through a tough period in her life with drugs and alcohol. I guess she did. Okay. So in any case, she hasn't. But she didn't fall off the the the the she's still a celebrity. Anyway, she says she took it one Wednesday at a time. I think it's well can anybody get that? Yes. Adam's family. She she says you should make your kids famous as she wouldn't do that. What her parents did to her? She says, I know they meant well, but I wouldn't do it to my kids. Do you understand what she means? Maybe in her context, the larger stardom, but I think if you look in today's society everybody with social media in itself is some form of famous. Little influence. There's some of these twelve year olds have my cousin has way more followers than means. She's I think fifteen years old. What is she doing with all these thousands of followers? Yeah. So I think that's a constant pressure. Because you know, that you're going to be under the eye of whoever follows you then you have to put this persona out there. It's a lot of pressure. I agree. But I think I'm not sure if she's meaning in the context of being a celebrity and raising them to go on TV and sing and perform or to social media in general. Well, it's for her in her case Bill it was like the old fashioned Hollywood celebrity. I think we all understand. Now Hollywood is like, you know, it's not a good place for young people. And it's never been even in the let's take the social media stars that little kid who opens toys for a living on YouTube, and he has I think followers than anybody on boxing. I don't like that. Either bill. I don't think it's good. I don't think. Well, I think the of, you know, don't make your kids famous like, I mean from the stage, mother perspective. I'm sure that's all they want. I mean you and I both encountered these stage moms at auditions who are more nervous about how things went and the kid was. Yeah. Mom and dad. What are the director say had you do the script? Did they ask? If they want to see you get on Friday and the kids like can I get ice cream? Yeah. So yeah, I mean that that extent you shouldn't be forcing that on your kids if the kid. Wants it and he's happy. Absolutely. But if the question is what's the upbringing that allows the kid to have enough self confidence, and and familial security to just be like he can still be a normal kid and not feel like he has to go down the road of Christina Ricci. Yes. Well, I had several kids play my sons and daughters in commercials, and the parents who were the laid back like the kids who seemed to be the coolest the most together. Their parents didn't seem to care that they were doing that. They were working in show business if they're in a commercial. It was the parents who were hovering over the child when the director says smile you have to smile. The kids were nervous in. So this goes into the generic. That's that's the showbiz angle. But the do you think children are under too much pressure? Tom. Here's an article marine the dangers of putting kids under too much pressure. They have homework. I said the kids are under pressure. I can't stand all this focus on stems. I know that Bill Gates wants a bunch of programmers to you know, to work for his these companies and tournament. Rewrote children. Did you know one of them has a propeller on his head and flies around the living room? He's trying to turn our children the little robots, and the thing is I I think a lot of the stress in kids lives. This is why they're taking Xanax. This is why they're suffering from depression. This is why teen suicide is up. It's because kids are under all sorts of pressure to be a success and get into a good college is also binge drinking in college, Christina. I think kids need to play. And I tell my kids don't do your homework and don't care about your grades. That's what I tell them. Yeah. Play more. We were talking about before kids aren't going outside when they get home. And they don't have homework instead of just going to play. I remember I used to take my bike everywhere. I built forts I used to hang out with the kids knock on doors sports. Oh, yeah. I was I remember even making a concoction and seeing that we could throw it, and it was in a plastic little ziplock bag, and it was like a little homemade me juvenile molotov. Just like mixed some vinegars together. Yeah. By the way, some of the some of the terrorists actually used vinegar. Do you remember when I was younger to complaining about the the amount of homework. My parents saying that's a lot. So I I don't know because I'm not looking at what the children have these days. But I do believe the pressure has increased especially when it comes to trying to get into colleges in the near, you know, ten years down the line. We're talking about my younger daughter. You know, her Louise. Yeah, she tells me how old is she night. He's a door. She tells me that she that other kids in school are talking about how they have to maintain their good grades. So they can get into a good school. And it's not just they're not thinking about, you know, the the getting into a good college. I mean, they are they're talking about college. But they're also talking about getting into the competitive, New York middle schools and stuff like that. But you know, Tom they're talking about that like inbetween when the umbilical cord is cut and the placenta coming. It's like some parents are playing for the kids education. In college. Now, my wife wrote a book, why can't we just play available on Amazon dot com. That is even thinking about her the point of the book is that, you know, kids are so under so much pressure right now that. That they're not doing the things that you're supposed to do as a kid, namely play the whole idea of free play and everything. So the book is basically what we did for a summer, which is no activities for the kids. Like, no planned all the stuff that that parents force on their kids helicopter them through. And just to be able to just be kids. Like it was in the nineteen fifties. You can't now because you have the files the hang out in parks and Perugia scared about that. No. I think my parents will let me go all day, I disappear for hours on it. Where I went to go to the dump. I went to the dump. No, I that's where Tom got all those toys and made all his riches right toys at the dumb. I would I would take recycled bottles from recycling boxes, and then return them at the store with a little red wagon. No joke in our two bicycles. We may remember when someone we made fourteen dollars Canadian now. So let's that's twelve dollars here. Now. Lesson on FOX business about how to make money. Lemonade stand. I did all kinds of stuff. In fact, you rinse out some of the coke bottles and pour the lemonade in those when there were coke bottles in dumps. But now we would do that too. It wasn't the dump. But it was like there was a couple of abandoned houses and we'd break into that. I found a watch once a working watch. What my father says let me see that you gave me like a quarter got sixty bucks for if we add it this correctly guys in by that I mean incorrectly. We could make it seem like Christina parts in evolution was making bombs as a kid and Bill was breaking into houses stealing jewelry. It's true. It's like the miscreants of the new millennium take like a tag do. That's right. That's where the dynamic duo of dumpster diving. Yeah. Now, John John in Madison, Ohio, I'm seeing in my notes here. He thinks social media is the problem. That's what's making kids. Stressed out? John. Five dozen chocolate chip, cookie street and come to anyhow. Yeah. Honestly, if you think about it. Okay. Social media, controlling the way a lot of people get their news source from social media. The, you know, the joke guys were oh, you can believe everything you read on the internet. So basically what what's happening is. It's kinda like big brother and a giant brain washing machine. Because a lot of the kids basically that's becoming the new babysitter. And it's basically affecting how the nuclear family stays together because of the media. I mean, the social media Twitter Instagram, you got all these different organizations different outlets. And basically, if you're not careful if you don't watch your kids, the media is going to base the social media's basically going to affect the nuclear family, which already thinking has free. Great job guys. Thank you, John. And the one of the stories we might as well kind of. I'll pack the story or go over it. Because it's a good segue into this. Forbes did a profile of Kylie Jenner. They said she's twenty one years old, and she is the first self made billionaire and people had..

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"christina parson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"christina parson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Farmers convention with a bunch of farmers farmers insurance company. No, these are the farmers that are up to date with technology because it was kind of a tech farm convention. Gotta be these days. Definitely they're sharing data they're using drones to to look at their crops. It's awesome. Some believable. Let's have the Shannon bream introduced Christina parts. Here's FOX businesses, Christina parson, parson Elvis. Don't tell don't tell Shannon. We using are I spoke to her yesterday. Well, she said my name, and I it was sad story or whatever pardon news, and I was just smiling because she said it perfect. And I even emailed her afterwards. Saying thanks, and she said that she practice. That's great and Tom Connor his name's easy to say, easy, easy, peasy comedian, former finalists on NBC's, America's got talent. He's probably got some dates coming up, and I don't have my on my sheet. Dammit. I mean, you probably, you know, you're doing rooms all over the country. I'm doing ATT champions. Which is starts the seventh of chain. Really today. Put you on the same show with the dogs. I was there were no dogs on my particular show. No, thank you. They were but not the same act. The beat me my season different dog act was in the top fifty which is the season as they get you with the. I mean, that's the because the why is it the dogs do so well because people see dogs, and they they love PD call in right? Yeah. They love don't van Tom Cotter too. Yeah. It's just the it's tough to beat the soft cuddly is of dog top nice is not cuddly is though. Cuddly. The he wanted to beat those soft cuddly is let me tell you certainly did. But that's great. So you're going on the road with the champions. Yes. Well, no there it's already filmed. But it's in the can. But it starts airing on the seventh. Oh, that's great TV special whole seat. It's a month and a half. So glad you did that. And you know, what he did he went and got in line. Tell us about that, Tom. You were, you know, America's got talent was not the there's a show last comic standing, I auditioned for that. And I waited in the line, and I went in. I didn't I had to audition for you. Gotta suck it up. Oh, you gotta put your pride in your back pocket and do stand up. You know, and I had to go in front of these judges. They're all peers of ours. You know? And but I did it. And then I made I got on the show, and I ended up getting cut out of the show. But I I went in there, and I swallowed my pride and got onto the show. And I was just glad that I did it because once you decide to do it. You're like, oh, so Tom you too conventional wisdom was don't do America's got talent. They don't like comedians, and and a lot of times, they get you. They the people people's agents set them up and everything right? But you went ahead, and you did it the old fashioned way. You stood in the line like a grappled with everybody else. Yes. I did you made it all. And last comic standing my wife went further than I did on that show and that comes up frequently. It's great. I used to be technically trained dancer, and I didn't candidate to where I went to visit the dance show. I'm forgetting the name now. Same thing can't stop Canada answer crew. But the other one where it was just the dancer, are you America's forgetting acronym right now. But it was really popular. Oh, yeah. That's it. Thank you can Canadian person. That's it. Like that. Nobody talks like that. But. Go around in our gopher rip. But you did that I did. And I went through I'm going to make your own work here. Damn right in line. So the last hour we were talking about this kind of thing drives me crazy. The surgeon general came out with a report he says that vaping is an epidemic. Vaping among among teens is an epidemic. You know? What got me because I always like looking at the media. Here's the headlines dramatic jump in vaping though, cocaine and other hard drugs used down teen drug use down down in every category. But vaping up most teen drug users down, but officials fret a vaping, boom. What are they fighting about hard drugs are bad vaping is almost nothing Christina. Do we know that though? When you exhale all that stuff that chemicals that are coming from that USB looking key. I don't know what it means. You know, it's way less. I think that it's attracted the younger generation even south park did an entire episode on jewel and how middle school not even elementary school. Kindergarten children are addicted to this because of all the flavors, which is why very recently Joel has started to pull some of those flavors from convenience stores. Joel Singer who? Yeah. Title is sorry, the most popular vaping. Stick it looks like okay. Biki? They market to kids because the flavors are cotton candy. I once on FOX, I said coconut. And then somebody wrote me on in from Joel sang, we don't sell coconut. So I don't think cotton candy as maybe not. Flavor listening allegedly they're gearing they're marketing towards towards kids. Yeah. But who knows they said back under care? I don't care. The next generation of young people are now smoking, but they're smoking through little it's smoking is way worse like like hundred times worse. Everybody knows that smoking causes lung cancer vaping causes nothing. We don't know that. Christina's point with you have to. A few years of research, and we have been compiled there yet because it's such a new thing that sound like the nineteen sixties people that are smoking away in the airplanes everything we don't know how bad it is just like we don't know how bad cell phones are going to be for our brains the nation's top Dr supposedly I think he's a bureaucratic hack would that be the surgeon the surgeon general said it's an epidemic. And like, you said, we don't know, we don't know anything. We don't know anything for by all accounts. We the one thing that almost everyone can agree on is that cigarettes are way way worse Mike and yet we're not even talking cigarettes. Now, they're equating it with serious drug use. They're saying the headlines are drug uses down all across the nation that should be a sexual you're right. And yet they're saying, but vaping up and like this woman, Michelle mitten on reason dot com. She said most people now when you when you ask people in the streets, they say, oh, yeah. Things just as bad as smoking. You know, why? Because the propaganda they're coming out with all this nonsense. We have the top surgeon general announcing that it's an epidemic and people say, oh, well, I guess it is just as bad as smoking. But it isn't. Here's one of the problems with vaping, though is my kids go to high school, and they say kids not only vape marijuana in school. They do it in the classroom. They sit in the back of the class, and because the vapor doesn't have the aroma or has a very day. Literally. You know, we used to have to go off campus when we wanted to get high when I was young. They're still studying. Improvement. Trending on YouTube of all these students that try to find weird areas where they could try to smoke without people knowing like you can hide because it's so small you can people have done it in this studio. I won't tell you. But I've seen people pull out a thing out of there. You're talking about some of them. Lasts officials right near me. My officer. But the okay the other issue. Yes, DUI Utah has the newest and lowest DUI in the country point. Oh five. So I put out the call the call to my callers. And I said, I honestly never blew into a DUI. And I don't know what they're like, I I'm assuming that sometimes I'm past the limit, and those are probably the days. Hopefully, those are the days I I don't get behind the wheel, but I've never really blown into one. But to me keep to lower it lower and lower. It was point one for a long time Clinton lowered it two point. Oh eight and I guess you can catch more people that way. Now, you put it down a point five to me. I want to catch the drunks not everyone who's had a drink and a half. What do you think completely agree? I think especially if we're trying to deal with overpopulated prison. And why are we still trying to go after more and more people and taking them in and giving them a DUI lets you had more than one. Then they would do you need before you. Oh. Your car. And so I just think it's more bureaucracy more administrative work, and there's a, but at the same time the level of drunk drivers over the holiday. So I get the argument for it. Well, obviously, and they do increase Tom to use to pull people over. Did you not I was a cop for awhile, and he's was officer friendly, and I would take their keys and throw them in the woods and say when you're sober enough to find those you can try. Cop for not long kind of summer job. It was weird Huckabee half the guys, I know you just in McKinney Ducharme, do it. No. He's a private investigator though. All that stuff. So all these guys they would give him summer jobs is cops. But you were like an anti cop. Right was. Yeah. We're big days when a moped goes down and macabre. To the Utah's point. They loaded his point five or five zero five Mormons can handle their booths. All right. Let.

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"christina parson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"christina parson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Tom shillue? Doc during the break. So I talked through introduction. Tom shillue back with the Tom shillue show. This is our three. Where we discuss many many topics some of the most compelling stories of the day. My guest today Clayton Fletcher, Christina thought, I was going to go with her first, but I didn't Clayton Fletcher comedian poker player all around good guy at Clayton comic on Twitter and November thirty you're gonna be at the Fairfield theater on Fairfield CT. Can't wait. I always love going to see T. Yeah. Connec connect to get. And also joining us, Christina parts and Avalos FOX business reporter, FOX business. What about FOX FOX, Fox News? You're all over the Fox News. Yeah. Yeah. John around. Yeah. They use your lot on both networks. It's too early for jokes like that. And some people have I never have trouble. Introducing are some people do the let's go to Shannon bream last night. Here's FOX businesses, Christina parson, parson Labus. Listen to get she kinda keeps the she does. She smiles through it. Here's FOX businesses, Christina parson, parson Elvis. I had no idea. So I recorded a report yesterday. It was recorded tapes because I was finished around nine forty five pm, and it ran eleven PM. I had no idea and watch it. I was in bed. Oh, I have to do it again tonight. You can like tell her you're aware. I will. I will you never would've known. I never would have found that. Yeah. I think what they did is. I'm gonna always blame. I never blamed the anchors. I was blamed the people who put who set up the teleprompter because your name might go depending on the size of the font. Your name might go three levels might have a lot of dashes in it, and you have to put the dashes in the right place. But I also think people get a little bit nervous. I feel like my last name comes up a lot on this show. But people get nervous when they see thirteen letters. Yeah. Yeah. I've never before. When I was in Washington, still, she got nervous. Okay. I'm nervous right now. I hope no one asked me to say. Well, you'd have to remember a part c start with parts. Don't get all don't get crazy. Parts, and then you just have the inevitable's yard son known. Yeah. Synonymous parts will never leave us. I've got all the Knicks parts and novelists. It's not that hard. That was beautiful. Thank he Clayton. Speaking of which I have trouble with you because you're Clayton Fletcher. And I've known a number of Fletcher's in my life. And then we all know people like the historical figures like Fletcher Christian, and Jessica Fletcher, there's a lot of Clayton's in the world. And so I sometimes I wanna call you Ian Clayton because I used to know a guy named Clayton. Sometimes I wanna call you Fletcher. You know, whatever, I don't know it has a usually when people introduced me they accidentally say Clayton Kershaw. So if you're a baseball fan, the only Clayton you've ever heard of Kershaw it just comes right out. I'm like, I'm sorry. We don't have Clayton Kershaw today. Just me. So we've got so many things going on today. The did you hear when you were coming in? We were talking about the vaccinations and everything and I had the doctor on doctor Siegel. And the big. Chicken pox outbreak. And I mentioned that I had chicken pox is a kid because that was pre I didn't know did you know, that the chickenpox vaccine is only twenty years old. I got at eighteen you did. Yeah. So I I didn't know it was that old. But yeah, there was a huge issue. I was in a lot of pain. I still vividly remember screaming yelling in the bathtub covered in chicken pox as an adult. Wait a minute. Yes. What you got chicken pox? Because you didn't have it. You didn't have the vaccine is Kim I never had the vaccine while and that's different from I used to have the impression that when you get chicken pox as an adult it's called shingles. But it's not there are two different thing. They're two different things. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause I added as a kid. So now, I I am immune. I never got the chicken pox vaccine. But I'm never going to get chicken boxing. But I could get the shingles could get shingles. Did you get it Clayton, you're younger than me? But you're not that young. Yeah. I'm somewhere between the two of you age wise, and I did contract chicken pox, when I was I think in April eight yeah. Yeah. It was brutal. I mean, it was one of the worst things I've gone through. It was really because you covered an itchy little things that you're not allowed to scratch, and when you're thirteen and your itchy you wanna scratch. Yes. I'll never forget. It was very traumatic for me. Yeah. That's we can get in trouble. That's Dr Siegel mentioned thing about chicken pox kids. Get in trouble with the scratching because they get scabs. Yeah. And then to get other things get infections in those infections. Yeah. Yeah. One fell off. But I think I hope he really pushed the fact that people should get vaccinated when it comes to measles. It's just continuing the cases of measles of increased exponentially. And that's because people are basing off a belief system and not science, you should get vaccinated. He said he called it. The m m m m RV, right? I don't know what the V vaccine MMR Bella. What's the other one measles? Mumps rubella measles. Mumps rubella. So. Yeah. Hope everyone gets I didn't get my flu shot this year. But I always get it. Why didn't you? There was free in the building. I no, no, no. I just I usually get it. I go in. I get it. When I go into Dwayne Reed. I go into the drugstore. And they stick me in the arm, and I'm always very pro vaccine pro doing it. But I just didn't this year for whatever reason. But I mean, well, good luck. Flu. Yeah. But not overtime. You can't equate me who skips a flu vaccine every once in a while with the people who don't vaccinate their kids. It's a different thing because you can still get the flu vaccine there, not even very good at it. You know that Christina is like there's like, right? There's like ten different fluids or something. And they only the flu vaccine gives five or six of them. Right. Right. But it's free. Free. But the outbreaks are increasing grew cross the United States. And that's the scary part. I think right now there's measles reported in twenty six states within Jenny McCarthy. Tell everybody it's going to cause autism. He shares system. Yeah. I don't think it's right at all. Yeah. I don't think any children should ever be vaccinated survival of the fittest. You sent him out there. Whoever comes home with whatever. That's just the thing is that that is the. That's what some people think that. I was kidding. I don't actually think that the vaccinations have toxins in them that you cannot your body can digest the word the word for it. But I had a debate with a woman on Instagram and better because she'd seen that I had gone to take a flu shot I posted it, and then she went back with me and shared all kinds of links on why was bad caller in the last hour who did as well. She called in. And she said, look, I think there's you know, she cited a few studies. The doctor said, I know the study you're talking about and he had his answer to it. So the thing is that I don't I don't think these people I don't want to throw their concerns away. But I always liked. That's why did the segment because I like to say to people look, I know there's a lot of things I don't like the government forcing people to do things usually. But here's the thing. What I wanna do is give you my own advice. Which is a vaccines are good go get him? So the let's take is it is it really it's do L. And you're not kidding. I thought he misspelt Suelem, but it's do Ellen in Tampa where I just came from. And she says, she's very pro vaccine is that right? That's correct. Are you are you in the medical establishment? Yes. I am a nurse practitioner. And the thing is do L. And when I talked to pediatricians I always loved to talk anyone in the medical world. And they say that they spend a lot of time soothing people assuaging their concerns. Do you have to do that? Would you have to do a lot of hand holding with people and explain to them that it's very safe? All day every day. I own a vaccination clinic. Oh, yeah. In tampa. Yeah. So how do you deal with it? Do you? You do it. I'm sure there's a way that you have to communicate with people to ease their concerns. Right. So you kind of put them back put it back on to them. It's like, what would you rather have hepatitis for the rest of your life or the prevention of habitat? You know, you look at it like an insurance policy because what you're doing is investing in your help. And when you look at the numbers compared to worst-case scenarios of those that do have adverse events or reactions, you know, what do the numbers really look like when you're looking at the total number that are have been vaccinated over the entire population. The numbers are very small. So the risk is very small. Now, let me ask you this question because this is just in my own experience. And I when I get my flu vaccine, I know it's it's not live virus. And I think you hear people say like, oh, when you get the flu vaccine it gives you a little bit of the flu each that's really not the case, right? That's true. That's not the case. You can't get the flu vaccine. But here's the question. I have for you. I get it. I get the shot my arm, and I go home, and I feel like I can feel my immune system working. And then I I don't drink. I don't have any drinks. I usually have a Cup a herbal tea, and I go to bed. I get an extra bit of sleep. 'cause I feel like I'm I'm my immune system is working on the flu is that just in my own mind. No, you're right. It is working on the flu. Would your body is doing is developing antibodies against the flu. So it can mimic flu symptoms for the first twenty four to forty eight hours. So most people who do the comfy rich or lethargic and tired. That's common. I mean, that's very common, but it's not an adverse reaction now if you do develop high fever symptoms and flu like symptoms that last for more than five days. Guess what you probably exposed to the flu before you got your shot. And it's just poor timing. That's it. And that happens a lot and people say that shot gave me the flu. And you can't do you can't tell him otherwise. But in most cases, they got it beforehand. Exactly, there's totally convinced. Yeah. Thank you for the call. Thanks for calling it eight three three eight five two four eight six six.

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"christina parson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"christina parson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Changes may be coming to the way employees ease can sue their employer. Could soon get a lot harder for workers to sue employers. Mondays arguments presented to the US supreme court involved. A California lamp retailer and Texas dental equipment distributor at issue is whether a company can force employees to seek arbitration to resolve disputes as opposed to costly court battles arbitration involves a resolution between two parties and a referee behind closed doors away from courts employers favor arbitration, because it's faster cheaper and private whereas a class action lawsuit is more expensive and could take years to resolve this week's cases are being closely watched by big business as well as worker advocates, Christina Parsons, Fox News. German Chancellor Angela Merkel announcing she will step down as leader for party. Winter term expires in two thousand twenty one a college offering a course on pot and hemp students who want to learn more about marriage. Wanna canal enroll in a university course on the subject southern Illinois university is creating new programs to study medical marijuana. And it's non mind-altering cousin industrial hemp officials at the Carbondale. College say, they hope students will have a chance to earn a new certificate. In the subject matter the cannabis. Science course will contain a mix of agriculture and plant biology was other courses in chemistry, business, and engineering. Sl you already has approval from the Drug Enforcement Administration to grow hemp and plans to plant a five acre plot next spring. Rich Denison, Fox News. The officials in Venice Italy say seventy percent of the city has been flooded by rising waters the city which is surrounded by water often flies when high winds push in water from the lagoon, but today's levels are exceptional and predicted to go even higher the current level is the highest rate since November twenty twelve much of Italy is under alert for flooding due to.

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"christina parson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"christina parson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Nine twenty four seven FM traffic pretty slow out there this afternoon as we're seeing a stop and go ride as you get on one ninety five into ninety five. Also ninety five is going to be jammed up and to end while we're twenty four southbound is heavy as you get by one ninety five in the state line. I'm Damas Ella. With your southern New England traffic. This is a Fox News alerts. Another major selloff on Wall Street. How Lisa Brady right now. The Dow is down four hundred eighty nine points a short time ago dropping nearly seven hundred points until now a volatile day. But not quite this bad blamed in part again on interest rate concerns, FOX business network's Christina parson, EVA's. He's at the new York Stock Exchange starting at five AM. It started to climb higher. As buyers were getting in on the dip. They didn't see that momentum. And this is coming from one trader that told me so we saw a further fall the situation is that the lows are lower and the highs are also lower. So that's a concern going forward. I spoke to another trader who says he expects further volatility within the next several weeks. Even though we're at the beginning of the quarter earnings that are starting tomorrow still lots of potential for growth in this market, especially ahead of the holiday season. The Dow dipping below twenty five K a short time ago right now, it's at twenty five thousand eighty seven down about. Five hundred points, the NASDAQ dipping into correction territory. It's nearly seventy three hundred an hour to the close President Trump earlier today criticizing the fed as too aggressive the full scope of devastation from hurricane. Michael. Not yet known major highways into Panama City are all closed by police and national guard checkpoints the only people getting in our our first responders in utility worker. Rick Leventhal and hard hit Panama City door to door searches underway. Fox's Eban Brown with more live. Lisa those rescue workers are as best as they can trying to access neighborhoods of where people may have chosen not to evacuate. These types of searches are dangerous to the crews themselves as roadways are often obstructed with debris in the pavement itself may not be stable enough for vehicles. There could also be live down power lines. Meanwhile, officials telling people who did evacuate not to return yet stay away. Let first responders do.

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"christina parson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"christina parson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fox News alerts another major selloff on Wall Street. I'm Lisa Brady right now. The Dow is down four hundred eighty nine points a short time ago dropping nearly seven hundred points until now a volatile day. But not quite this bad blamed in part again on interest rate concerns, FOX business network's Christina parson, EVA's is at the new York Stock Exchange starting at five AM. It started to climb higher as buyers were getting in on the debt. They didn't see that momentum. And this is coming from one trader that told me so far? Saw a further fall. The situation is that the lows are lower and the highs are also lower. So that's a concern going forward. I spoke to another trader who says he expects further volatility within the next several weeks. Even though we're at the beginning of the quarter earnings that are starting tomorrow still lots of potential for growth in this market, especially ahead of the holiday season. The Dow dipping below twenty five K a short time ago right now, it's at twenty five thousand eighty seven down about five hundred points, the NASDAQ dipping into correction territory. It's nearly seventy three hundred an hour to the close President Trump earlier today criticizing the fed as too aggressive the full scope of devastation from hurricane. Michael. Not yet known major highway into Panama City are all closed by police and national guard checkpoints, the only people getting in our our first responders and utility worker. Rick Leventhal and hard hit Panama City door to door searches underway. Fox's Eban Brown with more live. Lisa those rescue workers are as best as they can trying to access neighborhoods of where people may have chosen not to evacuate. These types of searches are dangerous to the crews themselves as roadways are often obstructed with debris in the pavement itself may not be stable enough for vehicles. There could also be live down power lines. Meanwhile, officials are telling people who did evacuate not to return yet stay away. Let first responders do their jobs. Thanks seven. This is Fox News. W IPC mobile news all the level on the go. Partly cloudy and fifty six degrees. Clear and cool tonight. Tomorrow's high in the mid fifties..

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"christina parson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"christina parson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Six eighty WCBS, Baltimore and wcbMcom. This is a Fox News alerts. Another major selloff on Wall Street. Lisa Brady right now, the Dow is down four hundred eighty nine points a short time ago dropping nearly seven hundred points until now a volatile day. But not quite this bad blamed in part again on interest rate concerns, FOX business network's Christina parson, Parsons is at the new York Stock Exchange starting at five AM. It started to climb higher as buyers were getting in on the dip. They didn't see that momentum. And this is coming from one trader that told me so we saw a further fall the situation is that the lows are lower and the highs are also lower. So that's a concern going forward. I spoke to another trader who says he expects further volatility within the next several weeks. Even though we're at the beginning of the quarter earnings that are starting tomorrow still lots of potential for growth in this market, especially ahead of the holiday season. The Dow dipping below twenty five K short time ago right now, it's at twenty five thousand eighty seven down about five hundred points. The NASDAQ dipping into correction territory. It's nearly seventy three hundred an hour to the close President Trump earlier today criticizing the fed as too aggressive the full scope of devastation from hurricane. Michael not yet known but major highways into Panama City are all closed by police and national guard checkpoints the only people getting in our our first responders and utility workers. Rick Leventhal and hard hit Panama City door to door searches underway. Fox's Eban Brown with more live you. Lisa those rescue workers are as best as they can trying to access neighborhoods of where people may have chosen not to evacuate. These types of searches are dangerous to the crews themselves as roadways are often obstructed with debris in the pavement itself may not be stable enough for vehicles. There could also be live down power lines. Meanwhile, officials are telling people who did evacuate not to return yet. Stay away at first responders.

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