35 Burst results for "Chugging"
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders Vying for a VP Ticket?
"There's a new CNN poll out there that says well over 70% of you thought the president did a good job last night. Over 40% of Republicans said that the president did a good job as well. What was your take? How do you think Sarah Huckabee Sanders did with the Republican rebuttal? I thought she bottled pretty darn well. And that's always a hard speech. And go back to Marco Rubio with the glass of water, where he was chugging water, remember that tobacco, and then you had Bobby jindal, the governor of Louisiana, he was supposed to be the next darling of the Republicans, and the guy sped red through the entire speed. Nobody could understand what the guy was saying. He was talking so fast. But I thought Sarah Huckabee Sanders did a fine job. She really did illustrate the point that the Republican Party is the party of the future. She is the youngest governor in America. 40 years old. President Biden by comparison is 80 years old. It was a rather striking comparison. So I'm curious to get your take on Biden and Sanders. Part of me wondered if Sanders was maybe maybe running for a vice presidential slot. On a Trump ticket. Could be, but I don't think so. 8
"chugging" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Believe I suggested the number one criteria is who's going to work now. And that was like, can you work today? And people are like, ah, well, let me get a letter of engagement. You click. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Remember I was just like at that restaurant chugging margaritas calling the lawyers that were recommended to me and being like, no, that won't work. Yeah, we can consider intaking you know in two weeks. You're like, what? You're like, nah, I need someone willing to work now. And anyone who said, here's a paper form, we got to fill it out. No, fuck that. We either start now or never, baby. And Clark, he was one of the referrals from my friend David. Right away. Didn't even need me to fill out the client intake. He's like, after he heard the story, he was like, one, this is fucking crazy. Like, what the hell? Yeah, yeah, yeah. And you don't even need to fill out a format. He started right away with me. And we worked. All weekend long. It was every. We did. Single minute. We were working. Scheduled to fly that night of flu back. And I was like, it was the only thing one thing to do is get organized. He's going to ask for all kinds of evidence of whatever. It's time to get organized. And so the request started coming like, hey, do you have evidence of this? Do you have evidence of that? Do you have evidence of this? And it was just all hands on deck. A lot of people supported you. I mean, you saw firsthand so many people supported you. Right then and there. Because definitely, I mean, I would have much rather do something else that we can. Yeah. I would have thoroughly enjoyed doing something other than compiling and finding information. But we did it. We got it done. And it was in our favor. We're good. Court hearing was in our favor, judge was in our favor. Yeah. Walked away. Made sure that now I'm just a 100% owner of mission.
"chugging" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Yeah, and for anyone who wants to look at the wreck because it is public record. These public dismissed. They were actually dismissed. Well, we won the company one, one, and the family won. Yeah, it's like settled in basically. One. Yeah. But no one wins in lawsuits. That's what the big thing is. No one wins in a lawsuit. Everyone loses because everyone has to spend money. The lawyer with lawyer fees. The lawyers. Lawyers get paid. Yeah, which I actually, I love my lawyer. I mean, working with our lawyer on this company lawsuit stuff was actually a very interesting process expensive, but I will say it was a good process to be in. And someone did tell me one of my mentors here in Austin, they're like, you don't really have a real company until you get sued. And I'm like, by your ex-husband, though, is that how it needs to go down. I don't know, okay. That's a little. Yeah. But what was interesting, what was interesting is, and I want to share this part because I got to witness it firsthand. Stephen and I were planning how are we going to attack the new year? So we were saying, this is what we want to do in 2023. How do we get our team accelerated? How we take on more experiments. We were sitting down, really wondering. Strategically planned in Austin when all of a sudden, I get started getting notifications like you've been removed from banking. I was like, did you actually remove your banking stuff's looking to be like, um, I don't know what you're talking about. What do you mean you're removed from banking? I was like, somebody deleted me. I've been deleted. One by one, all our systems keep getting shut down. I'm like, what's happening? And it was on a Friday afternoon. It was Friday afternoon. At this point, we don't have an attorney. We don't have. We don't have a plan of action. We really know what was happening. We were like, what is happening? It wasn't clear to me. What was happening? I got letters of termination. I was like, well, okay, I don't, I didn't fire myself, so I don't know how this is going down. I got a terminator. Definitely, you fired me? Now, Steph's like freaking out at this point. And when I say freaking out, I mean, I want to say,
"chugging" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Company multiple times from bankruptcy and going through what you did and single momming it for a little while. I would always hear tell your story, tell your story. But I always had this fear of like, well, that's one, very vulnerable. To talk about what's been going on and who wants to hear that. And it's just very raw and juicy and it's just scary to tell that story. So I think that's why I also kind of pushed mission daily away because I'm like, I was just such a channel that we had before where it was just a lot of me and Chad and interviews and all that. I'm like, is that weird bringing something back? And just being me. So there's a lot of fear around it. I will say, from my perspective of bringing it back and actually sharing what's happening behind the scenes. Which is now what this shows were you scared of. That's the plant transition right there, right? It wasn't planned, but give the listeners a little preview. Share what you want to share. I understand that this is a touchy subject, but I'll kind of queue it up for everybody. 2021, 2022, excuse me, 2022, this past year. Things were looking pretty on the up and up. I mean, I think I have always been more of a, I don't know, skeptic, meaning I follow the stock market very closely. I could see that some of the numbers going in, and I was like, oh, things are starting. Things are going to change soon. And so I was worried about that, but that wasn't here yet. And of course, now you can see the tech industry who we serve is definitely a challenge. But that wasn't really probably the first change. The first change, you know, share what you want to share. Yeah. I mean, okay, when I think about what I was scared of, I would say
"chugging" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Welcome back everyone. This is Stephanie postel's CEO. And founder of mission, and I've also got Albert chat with me, who is my COO, even though he will not accept that title. He is my CLO though. Do you want to take it one day? I'd rather just be like, well, not that important. Food. I'm not going to take that title. Yeah. Okay, it is what I say it is. So we're back episode. This is your way of making sure I never leave because I don't be like, I have a exactly. You will never leave. I will give you the titles that I want. Depending on who I'm talking to, I'm going to change it. Whatever's most strategic. But okay, so we just went through the chaos. And now we were just talking about like 2021, and I'm like, 2021 was actually good for mission. Like 2021 was the year where I feel like the chaos and the storms all around us, we were able to contain them. We were able to see a path forward. I moved out of the Bay Area because I was like, why are we living in the most expensive area where they're closing down the playgrounds? Because of everything going on and I need to get out of here. And so I moved to Austin. And yeah, I mean, it was just like a good year. I came here, seeing how amazing the community is here, all the friends that I was developing. We got a studio and 2021 was good though. Got all these new accounts. 2021 was great for the business, grew the business. We had made bets that we were going to do more client focused podcasts as part of the and that was, you know, so if you're listening to mission day and like, well, why do mission daily go away? I mean, I'm probably part of the problem. Because I definitely. If you're like, where'd it go?
Fore The People
Joel Dahmen on How Hard It Is to Caddie
"You're right. You caddy for Brandon harkins last week. You caddy for your boy Brandon on the corn ferry tour. Caddy and gives you a whole different perspective, doesn't it? Like it's art. It's way harder than play it. So being a pretty good tour player last whatever 5, 6 years, brand was my best friend, wanna help me out. Anyway, Dan, and he needed a new guy on the back for a week. And I said, look, I'm there. So I flew up there, do it. And he was like, hey, do you want to do you want to carry bag? And I was like, dude, if I can't caddy and Boise, so it's like it's a old golf court, so like greens and teaser next to each other. It's flat. There is like one hill. If I can't make it up a hundred near the pill, I got the issues. I'm in the prime of my life. I'm 34. I am clearly jacked. I got it all. So I cared for 9 holes on Tuesday, but you get so much downtime on Tuesday and you're really getting numbers and you just put in the well you kind of like clicks the balls and chug it back to them and you kind of like laugh and giggle the whole time and it's fun. It clearly Brandon's really good a call. He was in the rich of the year race. His first year on tour and he'll be back. He's good. But I'm cat in. So it all of a sudden like the lights come on. And it's Thursday, and I said, I was in the final group on Sunday at the USO Saturday at the U.S. open. And I was only I was more nervous on the first tee shot with a four off the tee that I wasn't at any point in my last year. Yeah. Because you have no control. What are you doing? Like, yeah, here's the right club, but if you don't hit it well, I'm to blame because there's a caddy's job to be blamed. So then so I like run down the hill. I want to get there. I want to get the number right. I haven't carry yours book in 5 years on tour because, like, that is great. I don't even know how far it doesn't matter. I just listen to him. So now I'm doing numbers. Now we're elevation in Boise, so now we're calculating 5% to 7% to possibly ten late afternoon. I'm doing all this stuff. In my head, while I started to maintain a normal caddy world with a heavy bag, my right shoulder, my right hip, my right ribs are now breaking because I'm terrible. And I'm doing this whole thing and I'm like, all right. And he's like asking questions. And I'm like, yeah, pitch you a chat, definitely fishing watts, love that. And he hits in and comes up in like a front bunker plug. I'm like looking back and like the worst call elbow at a 9 hour little green. What are we doing here? So that was an experience
The Charlie Kirk Show
White House Refuses to Acknowledge We're in a Recession
"46, Montage of CNN and MSNBC saying that a recession is two consecutive quarters of falling GDP, and yet The White House refuses to acknowledge we're in a recession, play tape. Two consecutive quarters of negative growth, the definition of a recession is a decline in output for two consecutive quarters or about 6 months. A recession is just two consecutive quarters of economic decline. When we talk about the possibility of a recession, what is a recession? A recession is two consecutive quarters. Two consecutive quarters. Two consecutive quarters, two consecutive quarters of declining GDP because as you know, it's two consecutive quarters of down GDP. That signals it is actually a definition of a recession. Now, that was all when Trump was president, and now they refuse to say this on TV. This is Biden's press release. Quote, coming off last year's historic economic growth. Let's pause. Last year did not have historic economic growth. It was fake growth, brought to you by a potemkin village House of Cards, a sugar high. You know what that's like saying? It's like saying, boy, I ran really far after chugging an entire leader of Coca-Cola. Yeah, but good luck running a marathon on that. You don't have any sort of nutritional basis to keep the fire going, man. It's like trying to build a campfire in the wild. I'm just kindling. You're going to need some firewood, you're going to need some sustainability. Go eat a bunch of sugars, go eat a bunch of kit kats, M and ms and skittles and try to play a basketball game. You'll have a lot of energy for about 5 minutes. Biden continues and regaining all the private sector jobs lost during the pandemic crisis. It's no surprise that the economy is slowing down. Oh, it's slowing down. As the Federal Reserve acts to bring down inflation, but even as we face historic global challenges, we're on the right path. We'll continue through this transition stronger and more secure. They love that word transition.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Marc Morano, the Founder of ClimateDepot.com, on 'The Great Reset'
"Okay, let's talk about your latest thesis. This is the scary phrase, the great reset. Will you map for us how this where does the great reset come from as a concept whose propagating it? And how does it overlap with and how does it meld with COVID Wuhan and the lockdown restrictions? Can you make that connection for us Mark? Well, yeah, so first of all, if you go back to tsarist Russia, you had Vladimir Lenin who, according to reports, popularized the phrase worse is better, the worse, the better. One of those are one of those are the key phrases. And that was your original concept of a great reset. In other words, you want as much turmoil and disruption and calamity in a society in order to collapse it so you can rebuild it in your image. So where we get fast forward to modern times, the climate movement was chugging along getting nothing done, essentially. I mean, they tried to get UN Paris agreements and then Donald Trump pulls us out and then the U.S. ends up leading the world and reducing CO2 which is they couldn't get anywhere in polling. They didn't get anything to Congress. They were stuck with a regulatory state. So they were struggling. COVID comes along and they realize that the COVID lockdowns were exactly what they've wanted for climate for decades. It was exactly what they wanted. Stay at home, limited travel, planned recessions to fight climate change. Well, this was a government planned recession that attempt to crush a virus, even though it didn't work. So what happened was the world economic format of Davos, which has been around since the early 1970s founded by Klaus Schwab, which is, you know, people call them, some people try to claim he's a capitalist. He's a corporatist globalist elitist who wants a collusion between government and corporate. He actually wants the corporate world to control government. And he's done a pretty good job of trying to make that happen, especially what we're seeing in the Netherlands right now. With their leader who's a stooge of the World Economic Forum. But essentially, they spend COVID lockdowns hit by June of 2020. Just two months after, they came out World Economic Forum and announced now is the time for a great reset. We have a very rare and narrow window of opportunity to reset capitalism as we know it. And they wanted to use that moment where everyone was essentially crushed, vulnerable, and the whole world was at a standstill to then quote build us back better under a great reset.
The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"chugging" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Like the fifth largest country in the world or something one hundred fifty million or something. You're not allowed to go to endorse new york. Because he has a natural immunity doesn't feel the need to get the job and the blasio. This tinpot dictator. Says you can't come here can stop them from here but he can stop from meeting in restaurants. Anyway he's white white people have to but there are more black people who are unvaccinated than whites. They can't they can't participate in life. They can't go to stores gyms restaurants and the restaurants have id them. It's their job to say. Let me see your backs scott right. They're forced by the government by this mayor to check people's vaccines before they serve them meals. So there's a restaurant car mines in new york and a group. It's a big group of Lack diners. I think it's eight or nine and they weren't all vaccinated and the i think the first three show up and then three more and they were back say but then two or three more came and they weren't and hostess a kind of smallish asian lady checks their. Id's says s friday. They don't have it. They say you have to leave. They do not leave quietly. We've seen the video. They attack her. They lie and say she is the racial slur which is not true of course but they were just pissed. They had to leave and they physically attacker. It's their fault it's not. You don't resort to resort to that kind of violence but get used to it get used to it because this is the and i don't why you blame her. You know she. She has to do this right. It's a mandate by the city. I was trying to look at what the what the what the penalties were. If you're a restaurant that has shown to can't readily find that but it's a mandate there are repercussions if you're a restaurant and that doesn't do that. They're going to use force against you if you do. Not check vaccine cards. Their fault and they know deposit blase will do that. They know hates private business. They always marxist. They've spent some this before. So i in the bed with the mask mandates but now i mean obviously put a mask on you take it off to eat. It's just for show people do it all the time. This means. you can't go in there. Unless you've been vaccinated and again stemming sixty something percent of black adults in new york can't go restaurants this happened. It was it was crazy. If you haven't seen the video they they've fighting and fallen in its end on the sidewalk and it's chaos and it's going to happen again and again because he's restaurants are required to do this even if they think it's nuts which they probably do they know this asshole. Mayor is going to crack down on them if they don't do this so we have apartheid in new york city mayor. Bill de blasio does not want a black new yorkers to participate in society. You can't go into a store mal. You go to macy's and shop. He can't go to carmen's and have lunch. you can't go to the local pub and have a beer if you're black. That's the rule that is not going to end. Well hasn't begun. Well it's going to get worse. And i have a feeling because all these mayors nuts they're all radicals you're gonna see it in other big cities and this is how this is gonna play out which is frightening but Hopefully i don't even know what will change. I mean what's going to change. They're not going to say suddenly decide that the unvaccinated the president himself czar declared war on the unvaccinated. Already kind of endorsed. This apartheid said the black people hispanic people don't want to get back so they find don't get vaccinated but you can't participate in society. That's from the commander in chief. That's from the pre the highest office in the land. what if it were trump trump. I mean it's amazing. The double standard. This is just going to get really a really tense really ugly. And it's the fault of these. These these mandate maniacs. Like like the blasio. But we'll we'll we'll stay on top of that. We'll give you the latest. We'll we'll follow it because it's going to get worse and it's gonna get uglier and until deposit was gone which is not far off. I believe he. He'll beyond by january which is good. You know what the next mayor even. If it's it's eric adams he certainly not a lunatic Like like the blasio but he's a liberal is black so maybe he'll he'll change the rule and allow black people. I bet i bet he would get a lot of pressure from that community. At least that's true that's true and you know they and we'll see how it goes and other cities other cities do the same thing and see how it could go how it could go any differently than you think. People are just going to accept the fact that you're not allowed to go to restaurants and bars and gyms and stores say okay you got me. I'll stay home. I mean that's not human nature. You're you're seeing migration out of california or seeing migration out of new york. That's what's happening. People are going to more friendly states. You've got major media. Personalities are doing the same thing whether it's joe rogan or even You know all sorts of people. Who is leaving ben. Shapiro a great example. Yeah move into. The whole company is like a couple of hundred employee's la a. And move the old company. To if i if if it were if i were in if if i were in california during the in fact i did. I lived in california for four years. Like we can't i can't re- like i can't have a home and a good quality life here i'm out. You move your company to nashville austin. Maybe people don't like the idea of selling house moving but they get an instant raise like six seven eight ten percent do and they realize they could comfortable. They say god. Why didn't we do this longtime ago. Saturday right maybe. That's what happens. People just bail. I can't i just feel bad for restaurant. Owners bar-on's jim owners government has the boot on their throat is had it for a year and a half and it just seems like there is no end insight on them but we will see how it goes. Thanks to everybody for listening for watching for commenting check out the bug. The chug merchandise t shirt on other. Do it again. Just go to link tried but there's a go to go to our twitter. Whatever there's the link tree link is they're just go to that and you'll see the there's a listing for the store. It's it's pretty or if you have a problem i'll just just contact meal. I'll have you fortunately. The bug shirt has four legs. He's going to continue to have four legs. That's.
The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"chugging" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Land linear or lenny. Does he turned his head. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and He'll he'll come. I'll kolomna comu- sometimes you. He's here during the broadcast to and in his face off. I have not seen lenny linear yet. I don't i don't hate cats. i just don't know why you would prefer a cat over. It's it's not about well. It's about taking care of them. Dogs take a law of you. Got to walk the malls i would i. I would not just keep my dog inside. Like i would walk them all the time and i don't have time for that at the producer. Podcast i'm time for that to walk. A dog takes fifteen minutes excellent. You could use it yourself. You could use a little sun as As listened to point that out you can use a little outdoor time yourself. Yes i mean once you get. It always wonder like do. I needed to get a dog to have time to the energy. Whatever the money then when you get it you can't believe you ever thought twice about it because dogs. You connect with dogs. Dogs have real personality. They have real purpose. They're god's greatest creation. They just don't live long enough. That's the only flaw dogs. That and they they sometimes you know. They sometimes shit in the house and cats. Does your cat ever go outside now. So we have such wildlife around he would. He are predators all over the place. I've got coyote and all sorts of huge birds. Apprai- out here. I wouldn't i couldn't lose him. I couldn't do that break. Get never sees the light of day. Window looks out and wishes he were outside. That's what they do. Cats sit out in the window and said god. I wish i were free. But this awful human won't let me go now. He doesn't want that. The door's been opened. He's not he doesn't he doesn't care he's got he really is. This is a good size place for for a cat he's he roams and kills my sits. He's he's happy. The commenter a makes a good point. We should probably think about mugs so we could have the chug mugs. That's a good luck bugs. I mean just as i said to you when you're put together i said i just love the name. The name is catchy the name is memorable bugged chug and you have the name. The name is on the caller correct as the names on his caller. Yes you can see. We'll go through this again if you'd like. We had technical difficulties this morning. And we just had taken. You know you. i have nothing wrong. Nothing i touch nothing you know but we had small technical difficulty we had to maj. Something was ready you can. You can cut that out in. cut that out. That is the update on the introduction. The debut of merchandise it's a bug the chug shirt and you can do what to get it again. Remind me again. I dropped the lincoln here. I'll drop the link on twitter. It's also in our link tree gets to our store in our link tree the bug the chug shirt. We'll see how that goes. Maybe we'll have bugged the chuck mugs at some point. You look into it and see what. I'll see what they what thankfully We didn't have to adjust and remove one leg. Hopefully he'll be around for a while he's she's gonna stick to an up. The doggie ophthalmologist lied. Okay so he's blind. He's taking a bullet. He's he's he's got he's got. Acl issues that what you just said no probably but he you know he obviously was used somewhat shot to when he was down. South of camera apparently was talking to somebody. They they do that a lot. They shoot straight down. You know when they're out there with their twenty two hunting squirrels opossums. They see a stray dog. Just shoot ceremony. It's awful animals all over my backyard. I would never think to pull my gun and And shoot at them terrible. That's why my one great disconnect with my fellow rednecks right wingers. i can't imagine shooting mammals. I guess i could shoot ducks or birds. I could do that. But i couldn't shoot a couldn't shoot a deer bear in in any mammal to be honest with illicit. Were attacking my dog or something a coyote. I could do that. I wouldn't want to do it for fun. I wouldn't fun shooting on a a fellow mammal. I just couldn't do it from for meat. I would you know i hunted. I don't like. I don't like the idea of of killing animals. But if i if i had to i would i would certainly aid. But that's it. I hate to the big game hunters. They go to africa and kill lions zebras. Whatever i mean that that that i don't get that i'll never get that but i don't get it. I'm not. I'm not a big gun guy like you not packing packing right now. While it's in a house. I mean if you never know you have a home invasion. You gotta be ready. I'm ready. Yeah i've got. I have. I know exactly what will happen if if someone gets the key and unlocked the safe and all that or do you know. Of course no no. There's no kids in the house. My wife knows fifteen. What is no. I've got a I got a springfield is my is carry pistol. I do have rifles in the house too but Do you i don't i don't like them. I don't like using rifles. I like handguns. So why did you buy him. You're using them. Actually i'm hold. I am holding some rifles for a buddy who moved to the communist state of massachusetts. Where you can't have them so in the house. I was shocked air fifteen. I have some other stuff in here. You have you think you the mayor fifteen. It's up it's not in a place i've never you. I don't use it. it's so it'd be ready. The zombie apocalypse comes. You need an air for shotgun in the handgun. All do just fine. I'm sure my machete you'll have to go to the range. It's been a while. But yeah i do. I do practice from time to time. It's tough like we're in this weird spot where my favorite range is about forty.
The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"chugging" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Gerry callahan. Show who do. I get credit to your last night You were sending me you know. These prototypes these. What they call a mockups. Yes new merchant. I was impressed. Said good job. Great wonderful job. Finally like after six seven tech. She says you know what i didn't do it. I gotta take for good things. All right You were close to taking all the credit but I guess i guess You guilt guilted you into a you. Dan you any ran to get a drag graham. The intern was i've not met. I haven't even seen him but apparently he's got skill. he's got talent cosc- Made at least started us on our way toward our first offering of Callahan show merch. And i personally love it. I don't like just plain old until you don't like just plain old gerry callahan. Show his shirt or a mug now. No needs something you need. Some kind of gimmick or some kind of hawk and was a. You was graham. Who came up with. Oh it was. My idea of course was your idea and has signed. You assigned it to the intern. I i look candidates. A as a partnership between me and the interns i asked i say hey. I'm not like a. I don't i don't Bull whip them like some people in the border. I just ask. Hey i have this idea but a designers do either one of you feel like you wanna take this on grams like yeah. I'll give it a shot. And he i mean he was a little like. I don't know if this is any good but i i really like the style and i think it shows up really great on a on a shirt so i was happy. I i love it. It's blue in No-one seen yet except us. Because it's not it hasn't happened yet. we're just working on the design but I it's it's blue which i like. I don't like black t. shirts or white t shirts. I like blue. Well louis live. Actually it's live. It's on the store. Just dropped the link so people can buy workman. You are quick on me. I think he would have done that. If i were like busy last night. I couldn't have Contributed offered you my still on a which is fine. Because like i said i like it. I like the color. Please don't tell me it's a hundred percent cotton. I don't wanna get so okay. So we have different options. I wanted to make it simple for the first one. So there's only one type shirt. I think it's a cotton blend. Why can take a look at it. But i can. I can actually add that image to a bunch of different stuff to hoodies. Whatever you want. I can i can give you some options. Let me tell you why. I like it so much The that brings us to the big news of the day. The big news from yesterday which I'm going to relate to our audience and celebrate. Now the big news from yesterday was Chug went to the specialist the Dougie orthopedic initially. I told the story. He went to a vet. Just a nice bet. Down in virginia where my daughter lives the vet took a look at his bum leg. As if you're if you're if you're not aware bug the chug is my daughter's dog. He's the cutest dog in history we we talked about this On the live show with manhattan and we mentioned it here too but he's a twelve pound chug named bug bug is blind also has a limp when my daughter Adopted him. I at first i was thinking. She's nuts but I've come around tonight. And i'm very proud of her. I admire the hell out of that. That you're going to take on a blind Gimpy five year old dog and she's already in love with him and she'll do anything for him. Which was what i was worried about. Because she took him to the vet. The vet did x-rays and said bad news. He has a bullet in his shoulder in in his front shoulder. Someone's shot him when he was down south before my daughter adopted him. He's a bad ass he survived. He's he's living life enjoying life but he is limping. That leg doesn't really work like it's supposed to the vet says go to orthopedic. He will tell you whether the leg has to come off whether it has to be amputated. I was worried for for two reasons. I didn't want to lose his leg. And i didn't want my daughter to pay cost like five grand seven an amputation. So she she doesn't have that kind of money but she would do. It should find a way should sell sell her blood or whatever took the pay for this dog surgery so she went to the orthopedic with bug the chug yesterday. Great news the surgeon said. Save your money. he's fine. That legs not gonna hold them back. He's kind of drags it debunked jumped jumps around on three legs. And kind of drags the the bum leg. But.
Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"chugging" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"The armstrong and getty show the secretary of state. Pushback back on the idea that the embassy was closed at all so american is in the embassy. We've essentially closed the embassy. It sounds like you don't wanna say oh we're going to have. Yeah we're gonna have. We're going to have our core diplomatic presence and in effect an embassy at a location at the airport. Wow that is a rough sentence because we'll have any effect and embassy. He's already pretty alarming. Then you finish off with. I'll tell you location at the airport. Perhaps the darkest qualify in the english language because to state the obvious here. An embassy does not belong in an airport because talk restaurants. Beautiful so funny. John oliver from his show on hbo. He's wow. That is a rough sentence. Dryly hilarious right there. Oh and on a similar topic The crew the cabal of halfwits who are defending the president and his policies. The sim cracks are starting to show as they are forced to go out in front of the cameras in defend the indefensible every single day. Jen psaki showing signs of losing her. Shes elizabeth coming up in our tuesday with us. Won't you yep so. That's next hour this hour. How you're going to die from what you eat. So a new study just came out from the university of michigan. I've seen the headline everywhere. It took me a long time to find any story that linked to the actual study. So that i could go to. The university of michigan study which is like all university studies like five thousand pages long. They looked at thousands of foods and determine whether or not they add minutes to your life or subtracted minutes to your life and how many in the big headline out of it is that a hotdog takes thirty six minutes off of your life. A hot dog and i saw a headline for one. Publication is new headline from michigan. Study everybody is saying the same thing. What about joy just so. it's funny. Everybody had the same reaction about the hot dog. Joey chestnuts in real trouble then so they claim a hotdog shapes thirty. Six minutes off your life every time eat a hot dog whereas eating a serving of nuts could add twenty six minutes tear life. One eighty five grams serving of chicken wings. Boy that sounds good and eighty five grams. Serving chicken wings will take three point. Three minutes off but there are the things that will add to it. You can end up with a wash if you eat. A hot dog followed by a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. You've taken about a half hour off your life. You've added about a half hour to your life. You're right even so now that's interesting. Pb and j. could And as far as i'm concerned that would be a delicious meal. And i would do it in that order. I got a question for the scientists. Do i get to choose minutes. I mean if i could lose like thirty five minutes from being at the dmv. Take that bargain. If it's like thirty five minutes having sex then no no i. I can think of many half hour periods over the last couple months of my life. That i'd be happy to give up. Shut down hot dogs to do that. So i've got the whole list here in the chart from the university of michigan is crazy long The worst thing the only thing that's above hotdogs in terms of being bad is sugary drinks. Which don't think surprising to anybody Sugar drinks are just awful for you man. I tried to keep my kids away from them and there ain't nothing good there Hold on my phone is being funky. That was one of the worst shabbat i developed is a youth. I was off at the local golf club. And i'd get thirsty. And i'd swig down to root beer instead of water and habit is the key word here. So i'm like. I'm trying to keep my kids from developing that habit but man god young people. It's all the energy drinks which are every bit as bad as drinking. You know a colo because it's the same thing plus know way more caffeine than you need. Sugar sugar drinks. They take a good half hour off your life also but so looking at other things egg. Breakfast sandwiches burgers. You eat a burger that takes about eight minutes off your life. Fair known pizza takes about five minutes off your life a slice of pizza. I'll make that. I accept that i say that. Now but well you're gonna notice it minutes when you're you're on your right and you're probably not having the best time of your life on your your deathbed so you're thinking so if i die at eight thirty tonight instead of eight thirty five. I'm glad i had that hamburger. When i was twenty six so i plan to go had gunpoint a jealous husband so if refrain from eating a hot dog. He'll show up thirty six minutes later. Is that how this works hilarious. So things that are kind of like right in the middle. You don't gain or lose cheese. Milk dairy drinks yogurt condiments and sauces boy. Like chug a condiment Stuff like that doesn't really do anything. Then you get into the desert. You're starting to take your starting to take hours off of your life and half hours off of your life. What is or add to what is the best thing you can. I have fruits Shut up at the fruits already. I get it yeah. I should eat more fruit. I actually plenty of fruit. I don't eat his vegetables but fruits are better than vegetables in terms of adding time to your life absolutely on this chart am not even close. Fruits are by far the best in terms of eddie. I'll put yeah because you're not. You're not at an any calories really and and it's all healthy stuff so it's adding sugar but it's natural sugar because kito your paleo. Whatever they they don't want maybe on paleo you get to eat fruit. But i don't buy that idea that an apple sugar is the same as a candy bar sugar. I know a lot of people do. I don't bite at all. There's just no way that's true. And they'll discover that someday and announce it. But i'm not going to live in that reality but vegetables is right behind fruits and terms bad into your life. Let's go back to things that take off of our life. That's more fun isn't it. Don't you lead was the hotdog hurts. You stephen rights. What about abroad worst. I loves me. Good brought worst stephen. We don't need help right. We know the basic sausages soups. I've always known soups or the death-knell take about five minutes off your life. Cindy eat soup. Macaroni and cheese wanted you. Just you know dive out an open window of a tall building. Macaroni and cheese but again the headliner is hot dog. Each hot dog fixed thirty six minutes to your life. 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"chugging" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"So the latest on the afghanistan situation and the president is going to announce today the sources say whether not we're accepting the talibans deadline or gonna fight back against it or whatever so that's kind of interesting and You say there's a hilarious something coming up. I heard you guys talking about it. I was just gonna unleash it on the folks but yeah the inevitable remax. If there's something that comes to the public attention goes viral. Somebody will take out there guitar and drums and iran or kia or midi setup or whatever and do a musical remix. We've got a good one coming up. You'll enjoy guaranteed and as predicted as soon as the drugs were approved. Mandates came down. We can tell you which ones or what places in the country again. i've decided i'm anti mandate. I may change tomorrow but i'm definitely anti today. So all right on that. Here's your freedom. Love and quote of the day. This is robert gates combined with winston churchill. It's worth remembering. This is another one. We ought to jot down on the post of note and put on the national refrigerator. the unpredictability of war. That was the first shots are fired. Or first bombs fall as churchill said the political leader loses control. events are in the saddle. it seems that everyone has begun with the assumption. It will be short in. Nearly every instance going far back into history that assumption has been wrong iraq and afghanistan among other conflict. What practically every conflict in human history. I was rereading explo- which is a great book about eisenhower in the early fifties and that sort of stuff but eisenhower was hard core. We do not get into any sort of military confrontation of any kind unless we're going full on it's a war clear idea of what's a win and what's a loss. He said because things spiral out of control so fast and he held to that. Well what was it William sherman said. I have the quote around here somewhere. But he said wars cruel. And the crueler the better because the cooler. It is the sooner it ends all out warfare anyway. Mellberg gotta admit. I stole that line. About things are great when sean was around we didn't get exposed to diseases from jt in livermore behind the scenes joke writer. That's funny ashville. It's really good. Eric writes Yeah karl marx was a loser as we were discussing yesterday. The reason marxism is caught on his. Because the world is full of losers. You're preaching the gloria marxism. It's either because you're a loser. You're getting rich. Taking advantage of the losers there are a lot of users. I know a lot of people. Don't think that's a cool thing to say or to teach your kids. But i teach my kids at all the time. The world is full of losers. Yeah here's what you wanna do not be one of them. Yeah yeah michael. I need to cut the music briefly. Jason the californian talking about the ballot controversy. We discussed very early or very briefly in the show yesterday. There's a hole in the envelope where your votes will go. Somebody's election thank you. Jason once was somebody's making money. There's a hole in the sky. Where the tree once was. Somebody's making money. There's a whole online. Grammy wasn't she dressed like a tree can't remember she made somebody. She may have had a guy dressed like a tree with her or something. Yeah yeah we're in leaf at so. I'm walking the dog in the open hills in danville california. Today rights tom cup. Is that what you call it direction. Dog this morning news. Walking the freaking dog. Don't get in a way. Where at least thirty yards apart. This woman sees me and frantically grabs for a mask. Well the wind is blowing. A strong wind unreal the level of paranoia unwillingness to go along with mask mandates. No matter where you are the circumstances you can guess the rest of my comments. Yeah no kidding yeah. Well that's that's i don't think that's a mandate thing as much as it's a disease thing it's people you know. We would play the bill maher clip last week. Hey democrats how come seventy percent of your side believes that what fifty percent of people die from covert or whatever the crazy numbers were so you gotta look at the news information people take in on the left and the right but lots of people if you had the information she has about covert you'd probably be a grabbing a mask to she just has wrong information So the the most excellent Kavanagh who's been researching stuff on cova. I have some stuff from him. Coming up later. He says scott got his dead wrong on school mandates. And that sort of thing we can talk about that But he also a previous email that i quoted said that the fda had approved both the lied and fen fan showing that they they make terrible mistakes. Sometimes correction here from eric. Most excellent erica. Who writes that. This was a really interesting heroic thing. There was one doctor at the fda in the sixties. I guess who refused to approve thalidomide which ended up causing thousands of horrible birth defects in europe and almost none here because the the company snuck some doses in here essentially so we never did approve and fen fan was never approved to be used to gather the diet. Industry was doing that off. Label and as soon as the heart problems popped up. The fda did the right thing and bandit so i get the point that the government is ineffective and all but those examples were. Ill considered it. And i apologize for them in here by retract. Them formerly according to the geneva convention they've been stricken from the record so the at least one vaccine got full. Fda approval yesterday. So i dunno if that comes people down about the vaccine or not you're going to come out anti mandate you've taken a stance. We got something hilarious. 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Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"chugging" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"chugging" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Own bedroom which is a dimly lit room deep of bowels of my own bedroom Today the armstrong and getty show is under the tutelage of our general manager vaccine mandates. We're still broadcasting from our own homes because We got exposed to cova don sometime last week installed on exactly how long we're supposed to do this or what. That's all i remember. When sean was the producer wasn't nobody getting exposed to cova. Those were good. Times has something to do with alex. Sean being gone or something saying things ran a little better back. Then they were less disease less quarantining hosts exactly how y'all doing got news for you greg. Michaels formation forty we go. They evacuated eleven thousand people yesterday which is a lot of people in one day. Forty eight thousand since this. cf started. charlie foxtrot started but there are still tens of thousands to go and the taliban is demanding. We leave a week from today. The president is either going to accept those demands from one of the worst groups of people that have ever lived or push back and he's expected to make that announcement at some point two day. The cia the head of the cia is they're talking to the head of the taliban because situation we're in we have to send somebody of that high level to talk with scumbags like that because they have all the hand so what percentage do we have any idea. What percentage of the people who have been airlifted out are americans and what percentage are are direct allies. What percentage are afghans. Who just don't wanna live under an oppressive horrific regime. We need to know that because there is a There's a priority scale here. Let's be honest. I have not seen those numbers. I i don't know if they have any way of knowing that Keeping track at that is it. Is charlie foxtrot. It's a little more difficult to gather statistics. I did see a report on this morning on what it's like once you get to the airport. You basically are in that massive humanity that dangerous massive humanity where talibans whipping people with fan belts. And it's hot and dry and people are being crushed to that seven. People were crushed to death over the weekend including a child. And what you do. Is you just scream. And yell and wave paperwork and hope that a british or american soldier happens to see you and think you look legit enough to try to get you to the front of the line to look at your paperwork. That's just a. Can you get somebody's attention right. Well in the the rosiest scenario the a. plus outcome is that you get into that horrific crowd you survive it. You take a couple of punches in the face from the taliban and then you wait for hours and hours in the sun you finally do get one of the soldiers attention they say. Come on and then wait more hours and hours in the sun on the tarmac. In the biggest line you've ever seen outside of disneyland perhaps disneyworld and and just wait for the next opening on a plane so people understand what's going on More than i do are saying that with six thousand troops there if we were going to meet the deadline of a week from today that the scumbags have imposed upon the greatest power on earth because they have leverage we would have to start here about halfway through the week because it will take three or four days to get the six thousand troops out and their stuff. So that shows you just that. The deadline isn't isn't his a non-starter but taliban said yesterday it's a red line for them. So i don't know what we're offering them are threatening him. I have a feeling it will be sickening to every american when the story finally come down it'll be kept secret for twenty five years. It will be one of those kind of secrets but the number of billions of dollars that we may be giving them of taxpayer money so the lettuce get our stuff out is probably going to be. Stomach churning absolutely the red line is a bargaining position. almost surely. because there's there's got to be a solution found. And what do they want. They want us out and they want money and stuff. So they're they're in a great position for it. You make that you know that they can't meet and you demand a whole bunch of stuff in the we give it to you because we got no choice. Yeah they're in a good position. It's going to be incredibly galling on the topic of getting our stuff out. We share these numbers with you late in the show yesterday. They're worth repeating. This is just a small sample of the hardware. The military hardware bought with your tax dollars. That is now arming. The taliban seventy five thousand war vehicles including light and medium tactical vehicles humvees mine resistant ambush protected vehicles. Those are the wraps. Armored personnel carriers. Now the nearly thousand seventy five cents two houses that's incredible 75,000 those thousand m wraps cost up to six hundred sixty seven thousand dollars each each. Coding that's right two hundred airplanes and helicopters which they probably won't be able to fly for long maybe we can buy back blackhawk helicopters were captured each costing twenty one million dollars each. That's beautiful and then six hundred thousand rifles machine guns shotguns and howitzers twenty-five thousand grenade-launchers twenty five hundred howitzers. The modern can twenty five thousand grenade-launchers. Those will absolutely without question kill. Americans and our allies in in the years to come. It's just it's it's where if it's a disaster so Biden mentioned this in the speech. Yesterday we just got a text holy crap. I thought you guys missed a classic biden club from the other day when he said the. Us had spent one hundred fifty million dollars per day every day for twenty years. But we do the math. That's what a trillion dollars is. So just you know the afghanistan debacle aside since we're spending trillions and we have an update on the three and a half trillion dollar infrastructure package. But just to get. Wrap your head around what a trillion dollars is. Yeah you spent one hundred and fifty million dollars a day for twenty years to get to a trillion. That's a lot of google mugabe gentiles. It is incomprehensible We need to start the show even though we're broadcasting from our bedroom now i'm getting dressed even though i'm at home you're wearing clothes i see. Of course i am. Well there's not there's there's nothing there are no. There are no factors making me get dressed. The where i'm sitting in. It's it's it's a leather chair to be sitting on it and you would be terribly uncomfortable and would that put change sitting on it in the future if you know what i mean. Look that congress chick gross wise yes who was sitting on the chair naked brushing the hair. Her staffer cost her job. I think because she was sitting naked on a hotel. Chair f- What was i saying. Oh i'm clothed. And i'm jack armstrong. He's joe getty on this. It is tuesday. August the twenty four th the year twenty twenty one armstrong and getting. We approve of this program. Let's begin to show officially now according to fcc rules and rags at mark president bind today. Welcome players from the two thousand twenty. Wnba champions seattle storm to the white house but unfortunately they didn't have any ideas about afghanistan. Well thought i'd ask. Thanks for coming in.
Annemie Tonken: How to Build a Recurring Photography Income With Portrait Memberships
"Back in two thousand seventeen my business. I had been in business for about seven and a half years. Things were chugging along very well. I started in twenty ten when it seemed like. I'm a family photographer. And at that. Point the general message out there was if you're interested in making real sustainable money as a portrait photographer. You need to be doing in person sales so i learned how to do in person sales. And that's what. I did for seven and a half years and that worked really well but in two thousand seventeen my marriage was falling apart and my ex husband and i separated and all of a sudden what had felt like a pretty lucrative business all of a sudden i realized that wasn't going to be enough and it wasn't because my average per client income wasn't good with in-person sales and i know i hate throwing numbers out there because i feel like everybody's business different everybody's needs or different all that sort of stuff but i had over a two thousand dollar per client average which in my area is on the high end of good so it felt like. Oh i've got this really successful business. But when i sat down and ran the numbers that i needed for you know paying the full mortgage on my own. I have two boys who are now. Fifteen and eleven. Who eat as much as everybody tells you. They're going to eat and trying to save for being able to retire at some point and all of those different things. now that that was all on my plate squarely. I didn't have enough hours in the week to be doing my work the way that i was doing it. So you know these in-person sale sessions. It's not just the session. It's so much like ahead of time and afterward an so much extra like one on one time with the client and you can't skill added all so if i had had enough time in my calendar to add thirty more clients year it would have been fine but i didn't and so i was trying to figure out what i was going to do. And that was how i developed this system which is basically taking the sales psychology and some of the tenants that make in-person sales so lucrative and so effective and kind of reverse engineering them to make them work in an automated online fashion.
Mystery of the Flathead Lake Monster
"Oscar sat on the dock sipping coffee from chipped mug while he stared across the peaceful bluewater. The son had yet to make its way over the mission mountains. It was picturesque almost worth getting up at this hour. Almost oskar was no early bird after the army. He vowed to never again get up before sunrise. It was the main appeal of his job at the bank but he wasn't going fishing for himself. He was doing this for his best friend. The roar of a model a rumbled behind him. Oscar smiled. He knew that sound that bought that car from his dad. When oscar and matt got back from the war it was ancient them and that was nearly a decade ago. Oskar chugged his coffee and gave himself a pep talk. Matt needs this so don't complain. He smiled and waved. As matt backed up the car and the twelve foot john boat he towed behind it down the ramp and the water that called out to oscar. Figured you'd be wearing your bank. Close today matt's blue eyes looked sharp and clear and he was already busting oscars chops like used to those. Were good signs. Oscar worried about matt. Who was a little unstable these days. Not that oscar blamed him matt had been laid off. His wife had left him but they weren't going to talk about the sad stuff today. Today was about fishing. one thing. The two friends could still agree on after all these years or at least it was one thing matt loved that oscar could tolerate. Oscar hated hiking and hunting to him. It wasn't too different than being in the army. So fishing it was. He hadn't been on the lake years and he prayed for still waters matt hopped out of the truck and wrapped oscar in a bear. Hug you ready to catch the flathead lake monster. I saw it last week. Oscar i swear. Oscar chuckled matt. Had to make everything an adventure.
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"chugging" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Quite talking face at this on the air. It occurred to me after that bit today that if the game was just name is your buzzer and there was nothing else to the game. Just buzzing with your name. Just say your name. Mark would not win now. Mark would be scoreless. If that's all you had to do is just say your name can't do it So maybe overshooting on these contests in the morning. I'm not sure dave. I think it was vegas where you want a major award. They didn't even have the courtesy to pronounce your name correctly. That was here in town. Unbeliev were show. Well they brought in a lady who didn't speak english to introduce us and we did win that award. That was a major award and we brought brought in a supposedly bilingual lady. But well she called chainsaw. You know him right him. Yeah call him. King chill kinshasa right. That's right then damn right sadly vegas. They pronounced her. Name's one hundred percent perfectly told us that we lost dave. This woke word. I looked it up in urban dictionary. And i'm still confused. Can you please give me your definition of woke. I don't know why. I cannot wrap my head around this. Thanks love your show. Glad you love mine. Jim in long beach and I don't know that i could define it. Is it good emily. No i know it. When i see it i know when i hear it. Being used by people I don't i don't know how to define it. I mean it's fruitless be. These people are trying to find a perfect world that trying to find the trying to weed out. Bad people woke people. Don't want benjamin franklin school at one abraham lincoln school. they don't want george washington school. Why is that. Because ben and a and george all did something bad in their life and therefore a school must not be named after them so woke people are do-gooders but the problem is every time they single someone like ben franklin or george washington and they say you gotta go with someone else. It's like you've established that there's no room for error anywhere when they told atlanta they couldn't have the all star game because they didn't like the way they were fiddling with voter rolls they sent it off to colorado as if colorado never did anything wrong but that's what woke people. Do they try. They blame people for doing something wrong when there is absolutely no way. You're gonna find perfect blameless people in the world. That's why it's stupid everyone's done something. It's impossible standard correct. Everyone everyone who has woke is just offended. They're just offended by everything than looking for things that are not offensive at a site. Theses impossible to find something that doesn't offend someone and they are looking for things to be offended by right and they're mad that they're offended even though all they do is look for things that offend them. Yeah exactly and i don't know how they got the time on their hands not a john. Jesus and if you if you have a job d. anatomy free time to do something enjoyable. I mean they're crusaders. Do voters in. It's a waste of time. And they take the offense as giving them some sort of authority in the moral high ground though anyhow. Thank you for the note there. Jim thank everybody who wrote in today. Certainly enjoyed hanging out with you on this monday. What other things that we do on this monday. Dsp show here sir. Learned all about your big weekend problem david. You had to get blood john. He'd right before you walked in but they needed a urine sample. So you were told to tug water from the lobby water fountain and you did an. I horrified all my friends and crew here. I've alienated myself was nice knowing you. We heard about the hammer. Thrower gwen berry. Who was pissed that the national anthem played. While she was up on the podium for her bronze-medal she turned her back. Put a shirt over her head stealing all the glory of the people who won gold and silver. So that was great then. We learned about the olympic weightlifter laurel hubbard who is out because she busted her testicle and cannot do any heavy lifting by doctors orders. That's a problem for a weightlifter. A clothes iron way way. Too much at seven forty debut tested the good morning san diego crew on their mtv knowledge mtv turns forty this summer and they did find but Standby for tomorrow. Dave makes them blow tiddlywinks. Tiddlywinks is try again. That's good job or the other. And how fun blow. Tiddlywinks out your nose to see. How far would you think that'd be fun. Yeah good visual. Bit for the tv Then davis elissa of things that make you date -able and all over that list major number one thing on that list was being chris boyer then we had an accessory son. Gary b.'s Gary beers birthday week. China saw buzzed. And i was wrong. Boyega tried explaining something about putting both hands in a bone to enhance the experience which did not help him because he outdid emily. So no winners today. Conducted them right to the loser circle. You can expect that tax rise on july first everybody but finally got a tax finally davis next time he gets dunked by something be certain. Save it in stinger and take it to the proper authorities to investigate it and identify the singer and say it was a love your show..
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"chugging" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Close the it's the other one is the move yet. Loren loren loren. Say it that it. Lord large number century dan. Thanks at our guys. We'll see you tomorrow morning here on not guessed. Sledgehammer nowadays most played video ball times. It empty no idea now without the peter. Gabriel head weird hit. It's a weird video he's at. Would you guys vogue. China think something really popular in the eighties when they really played music videos. Don't.
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"chugging" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Radio show with a chance on here now to do sports for morning. Good morning and thank you. David at halloween brutally in the sports world after losing thirteen out of seventeen ballgames from late may into june padres manager jayce tingler lit into his players. Tingler edith coincided with the padres launching a ten game homestand with full capacity loud. and sure. Enough the padres flourished they responded. I sweeping the reds then sweeping the dodgers for the first time since two thousand thirteen and then this past weekend splitting the first two with zona which featured a trio of taty staters on friday night setting up yesterday's rubber match in the glove shop. Grissom heading to thirty second with an rbi double fernando padres happily back again knock knock knock knock five minutes in a room for the pod rings. Yeah winning five four. The padres are now forty seven thirty three third best record in the national league and still the third best in division because the giants dodgers refuse to cooperate remaining hot themselves. The i team in baseball to hit the fifty win plateau the giants three and a half up on the dodgers and four and a half on the padres who would qualify for a wild card if the season were to end today. That's not gonna happen. I mean the season ending today or the padres getting wildcard sometimes bradley cooper. You confuse me. The padres are on the road this week in cincinnati. They have the day off to the speaking of on the road. A wild scene. At the tour de france a woman holding up a cardboard sign and leaning out onto the road smiling as if to hoping to get on tv. You know kind of tv selfie if it were as you were watching the actual race and cyclists crashed into her sign causing a massive chain-reaction so unkown and twenty six hundred that all the oppressive crashed waters. I roy on the road. I look at this. I don't know what happened. There may be they clip the car but whatever has happened they are in roy. Miss down there at the moment now. How many is it's massive crash cleave jumbo vs mariah goodness may. Oh it was the si- the ride in front hates. It's roy on that is the result Yeah yeah the woman who held the sign Fled the scene and is still at large or medium sized about A tour officials are promising to sue her for causing the massive pile-up which destroyed several bicycles. But fortunately no cyclist was seriously injured. The words on the cardboard were a combination of german and french. That read go grandpa grandma. They must be so proud. Must be so. Yeah well let me tell you. Something my mic brand yourself. Don't no it wasn't crowd mic. That's german-irish this was german. French kraut frog stanley cup finals. Or i'll set the defending champion tampa bay lightning in montreal. Canadian's kind of froggy will play a game one tonight. I puck five o'clock our time. Meanwhile in shut all that was close to the one thing my favorite sign that i've seen is bridge may be icy so honest bridge. Maybe i don't know i'm sign. I don't have a conscious mind tilted yellow square. I mean what are these shapes on the front of me. I mean bridge may be chocolate. Whatever you want. I don't care bridge may not be. I see that means the same thing is bridge. Maybe that's even better more optimistic. That's a better sign. Bridge may not be icy. Hey i like your attitude sign bridge probably not give it a shot even better august bridge probably not icy. You're right one. I don't like is. Please use other door your door. You don't get to take a break. Just be a door. Swing store thinks it's a wall. This is ridiculous association. Milwaukee tony hawk certificate too late in the eastern conference finals in here in the west. It's do or die for the clippers. They're down three one to phoenix game. Five is tonight at six at other. Sports data from new zealand comes the news about one hundred percent. Totally female weightlifter laurel hubbard. Remember her. she's the one is born guys. Which do girl and people are saying no fire. No fire was forced to bid farewell to her olympic dreams. After a tragic accident left her where they severely lacerated testicle She would have been the first transgender woman to compete in the olympics. The injury is not life threatening. Doctors have advised her that she needs to refrain from heavy lifting for six to eight weeks. Well that's a problem for a weightlifter in the olympics. And you hate to see a female buster testicle this early in the season it is seven thirty four and five seconds and this is your five kid you sports network chainsaw was brought to you by s zero res- right now you get three rooms of carpet cleaned by zero res- for only one hundred thirty five bucks you get a fourth room clean for free that sales going to end on sunday zero read the safe carpet tile hardwood upholstery cleaner because they claimed without using harmful toxic chemicals so go to zero sago dot com. You can call or book online on your smart device home..
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"chugging" Discussed on DSC On Demand
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"chugging" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Representatives over there it was like You know the things you've seen her do. She's reinventing to the point where they have to say. You can't add that move. It's too dangerous. That's one hundred percent true. Simone biles has a a jumpy flippy thing not to get too technical with you. Know other woman can do and they have decided to assign point values. That are so low. It's not even worth doing because no other athlete can do it. I know in fact she was doing something. I think it was over the weekend. She was doing something where she jumped so high. The camera couldn't follow her pain d. equipment. We have cannot handle simone biles but she was doing something on balance beam. That was just like the kind of thing that boyer could do when she slipped off off. Yeah it was the dumbest thing ever. It's like you can do this in your sleep. The she's on her way of course and in the meantime the other thing i saw. Was this hammer. Thrower gwen berry. Do you know what the hammer is. By the way there's no hammers involved in an apparently i don't know why they call it a hammer. I've thrown a hammer now. Yes i have usually right after. I hammer something. I did not intend to hammer some on my my hand. My thumbs something like that But yeah this this track athlete the hammer track to me is the the weirdest thing they make you do. Things like the discus throw giver. Do this stuff when you were in high school ninth watch. It is god. It's a nuisance. It's like they make you throw the dumbest shaped most inconvenient heavy dumbest thing in the most inconvenient way like the shot put you gotta hold it under your chin and philip rivers trying to throw a forward pass. I don't know all those things. Just bug me because they're inconvenient heavy and everyone gets all excited because oh my god. He threw it four feet. It's like hey we'll this. Forum was excellent. here we are getting ecstatic. has guys are hitting baseballs. Four hundred and fifty four hundred and seventy feet. That's exciting the long ball. And then they got the shot put. Its four feet bell okay. Some of the olympic sports are on And anyway this girl gwen berry. She threw the hammer good enough to win the bronze medal and so she's out there and you know they got those pedestals that you stand on their if you win bronze silver and gold and they started playing the national anthem in your. She didn't like that she turned around. She put a t shirt over her head. That i hate everything about you. Know everything then turned her back on the anthem. And i guess we are not over yet. Athletes who do not want to stand out there while are in place because this girl's getting a lot of attention today and of course she saying look. I've got my cause and it's not that i don't love my country. I love my country. Perry ed and then adds more things to it after she says period which that irritates me more than anything else understand what period means don communicating. But she said you know. I love my country period and then added a bunch of hashtags and stuff to it. So there's a difference if you're playing on a football team in our nation's capital or wherever and you don't stand for the anthem. I think you should. It's disrespectful but where you are going to wind up competing representing our country our country and you're shunning our anthem. That's a real extra piss her off. What do you want her to do. sacrifice her feelings and not perform at all. I want you to either do it like we want you to do it and be proud to represent your country. What if she's not then then go home. She can't she can't play her sport. No okay. we'll find somebody else. Who will play the game. So her thing was She claimed she was setup that they played the anthem purposely at a time to piss her off She did not like that. She didn't want to be out there on the podium. It was to haunt which is unusual complaint for a track and field as you know And she put a t shirt over her head and turned her back while the anthem played nonsense. Says you know so. This isn't the first time we've heard about athletes who don't like the anthem and carrying on with her 'cause and stuff like that okay. That's fine but does it not occur to them there. 'cause okay that's fine but doesn't not occur to them that it takes away from the moment from the other two who are on the podium. Here's the gold medal winner and the silver medal in this. This girl who won the bronze medal winner and it totally steals their moment. Yep which i think is just on cool if it were a singular thing if you were the only one up there and it was you know. Hey this is your moment. Do with it what you want and some people like boyer would consider them doing what they want. Is disrespectful okay. It's open to interpretation. We all are grumpy old man. It's on point our lives no matter. What yep but when you're on shared stage and you steal the spotlight. I think that sucks for the other. Two athletes it certainly does yep. That's it because i'm just so sick of athletes who want to be politicians. It's like i don't wanna watch c. Span when i'm watching the olympics. I don't wanna watch political thoughts and crap like that and so i exercise my power. Like don't watch watch something else. Whatever that's my power. That's my moment that thing yet. But i just think it sucks hard for the other. Two who frankly did better than you. Here's the gold medal winner. You're the bronze gold and silver up there and steals their moment. And i just i feel bad for. Do you think there's any possibility was set up. No ford the ford. The buzz because of from everything i'm reading. They did play the anthem later after not on schedule as they're trying to claim it was later once they were out there. She has a history of reacting to the anthem. No one was. The ratings were sucking. It brought attention to the fact that the olympic trials are going on. Well then even know that if they did delay it could they have delayed it until the damn thing was over and said well we gotta play it now too late you know like they were having the ward summer name by the way they didn't play the anthem for the winners now. They only played. The anthem was at five twenty and they delayed it to five twenty five. So they're awarding this thing. Oh it's late and they're doing it down there. She's going to cause a fuss. We still have to play their duty bound to play the anthem at that time. So they delayed it just for her to finish but she didn't finish on time or it was delayed. Do we know the real story there. Do you think it was set up. Because she thought it was a setup which was a knee jerk reaction on her part. I believe she's been banned from competing before because her reaction to the anthem. So are they. Testing are to see what she'll.
Kamala Harris Promoting 'Reimagine' Marxist Rhetoric
"Harris. True to form We must reimagine our economy. Ladies and gentlemen, yes. Reimagine immigration. We must reimagine And one of the people who push this the most. As a woman you'll learn about. She has since deceased. Iconic in professorial circles as One of the lead quote unquote thinkers about how to promote Marxism in, uh in the classroom. And not just Marxism, but activism based on Marxism. And she was talking all the time about Reimagining reimagining. Re imaging re imaging. So here's Kamala Harris cut 12 go as we begin to emerge from the pandemic. We have the opportunity to take stock of where we've been. And where we're going. And so this much is clear. The pandemic exposed the flaws, the fishers and some of the failures in our economy. No, it didn't. It exposed the flaws, the figures and failures. In our political system. They're power hungry thugs grabbed as much of our liberty as they possibly could. Little third world dictator types all over the country. Didn't show up. Flaws, fishers and fellows for our economy. My God, the economy kept chugging along. It was it was handicapped as a result of what state governments were doing to it. But if anything had showed how magnificent our economic system is, But
Native America Calling
Fifth Graders Campaign to Change 'Squaw' in Dillingham Road
"Three dilling ham alaska. Fifth graders want to change creek and road name marked by a derogatory term toward indigenous women. The students worked closely with teachers. School districts staff and women in the community. They came up with a name that connects with several local people k. d. l. Jeez tyler thompson reports awasa league. Trista wassily and harmony larson. We're learning about the history of colonization in social studies class they visited with the chug tribe and learned the story of the seven sisters. Here's a lower wassily scott cake and they were looking for a white husband intact in stuff. Then there's also white men looking for a native y sus qua- usually meant young woman or female anatomy than white settlers game. It became a derogatory worked toward native. The seven sisters traveled to dilling him from new shigeki point a fishing village to the south. The sister settled there and lift between squaw creek and lake road after that visit with the tribe. The girls told their teacher that they wanted to change the name. The students want the name changed to seven sisters creek to reflect the communities connection to the sisters speaking. I is a laura followed by trista in harmony sentences just through adoption and marriage marriage and stuff like that and we're all your sisters five generations ago. Yep the students said they spoke with elder dora. Andrew erkki about yupik names for the creek at the end of the presentation. Robin cheney shared how. The adults helped the students put this project together and ask them to consider traditional decision. Making not just what's best for now but what's best for future generations. Their next step will be to meet with the city in dilling him. I'm tyler thompson.
WTOP 24 Hour News
With ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Barry Jenkins looks squarely at Black trauma
"Underground railroad was a network of abolitionists routes to free slaves. But what if it was an actual railroad with a train chugging toward freedom? That's the premise of Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, now adapted by Barry Jenkins into a 10 episode miniseries. This isn't a straightforward, inspirational narrative like Harriet. This combines the brutality of roots with the social commentary of watchman and a hint of magical realism like the Polaroids. Press to some ADO is empathetic as the lead Joe Edger tennis sinister as the villain, slave catcher and child star chased Dillon is his precocious psychic. I still have eight episodes to go. But judging by the first two were in for a powerful train ride by a master conductor. I'm Toby Toby film critic Jason Fraley, giving the underground railroad for five stars. So far, dolphin
Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
The Hex Hollow Murder
"X hollow lies in a heavily wooded area of york county pennsylvania. It has these centuries old farmhouses they give off this eerie vi- like something sinister happened there because well it did. The story starts before the great depression in the year. nineteen hundred. the american dream is alive and well. The economy is chugging along and agriculture is prospering pennsylvania. It is kind of this. Fresh land of opportunity and german settlers are flocking to your county hoping to grab a piece of the pie. One of these is the blind meyer family. They settled down in your county about a twenty minute drive north of hollow. But they're not making a living off potatoes corn like most of their neighbors. The blind myers are in the business of magic. The father a guy named immanuel blind meyer practices a form of pennsylvania german folk magic known as power. It's this combination of rituals medicinal potions and christian prayers. That are meant to do good so save. Someone's farm is in producing enough crops or they come down with the flu. They could go to a powwow healer like emmanuel for help he'd suggest may be a ceremony or he'd blessing. That could help fix the problem. That might sound niche. But america as a whole is pretty open to spiritualism at this time and an estimated. Half of your county believes in witchcraft. And hexa which is basically the power of which is secure people. As far as they're concerned how is just as real as any medical treatment provided it's done right in the year nineteen hundred emmanuel's five year old son. John comes down with a mysterious illness. And no matter. How many spells emmanuel performs. Nothing seems to help. John is keeps getting sicker
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
Seahawks management not happy with Russell Wilson
"Some drama in the streets russell. Wilson's team his personal team of fended his. Nfl team his nfl team is not happy with the russell team or russell. Right now. Allegedly will russell wilson be traded. Is russell wilson. The man that the seattle seahawks won all in on and got rid of everybody else could force his way out of seattle because he doesn't like the way he's being protected his chef came out and said hey. Listen we don't like what's going on on the football field. His promotional manager his marketing manager his agent his strength and conditioning coach his body guru. Everybody that is on the team. Ross what's number three team three. I believe his team three came out and said something. About the way the seattle seahawks have operated entreated the three in team three that was just moments or maybe even an hour or two before. Russell wilson was three was scheduled to go on with dan. Patrick was this a plan by team three to get a little bit of drama contrivances sparked so that maybe they could get russell wilson out of seattle into another city that maybe they feel he'd be able to win a super bowl again at be back in that conversation back in the mvp conversation and all that because that seems a little bit of a combo there. We're going to leak some shit. About how pissed off we are. Then we're gonna have russell wilson by the way chug somebody's celsius me. Die right there.
Interview With Mayank Mehta
"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today we have a special guest. The ceo of pulse qa. Mehta mayak. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me appreciate it all right so right out the gate. We always allow all of our guests. Tell our audience. What the product that you bill does. What is pulse. Qa the best way to describe pulses What google is to search. Pulse is to research people have gotten really used to being able to do a search and come up with fast accurate and free results and use that to sort of informed their decisions and research on the other hand is extremely hard. Where you've to set up an account become a master and how to do surveys figure out how to contact the right people especially on the bbc this is even more challenging and wait a few weeks if not months pay tens of thousands of dollars for as incentives and then come back with poor quality data. And if you just juxtaposed the search experience with the research experience just a massive gap to be had our mission at pulse is to close that gap so ideally make pulse to a point where research becomes is easy as search where you can pick up your phone hoste question to the right audience get back results in real time and use that to better inform your decision so tell. Our audience. Wind is materially different. From let's say relying on a forrester or gartner to produce a report data on if i have like b. two b. application questions. Yeah a great question so we got started As you mentioned in the b. two b. world and specifically within that with technology decision makers reason being no technology decision makers spend hundreds of billions of dollars on technology every year some cases a trillion plus have been also cited. And there's lots of research that goes into making these decisions. There are three things that are happening. that are changing the traditional world of research in the landscape and why we think pulse is a good fit within this chain landscape number one. Is it used to be forty companies. That ruled the world. And now they're forty thousand. Would hundreds more coming out every your with accelerator wycombe. Or another almost just chugging out and you know it used to be okay for a centralized authority to cover. All of this is now increasingly difficult to cover those forty thousand companies but the power of the crowd and the platform that his pulse can actually enable that because on pulse it's not analysts that you're learning from. It's actually your appears that have been verified and brought into the network so you when you ask question and when you want to know detail about something that actually goes out to the right people they come in and the answer you get data back in real time.
Century-old Michigan home produces more energy than it uses
"Dr anthony leiserowitz and this is climate connections in two thousand. Six macro coffee bought a century old house. In ann arbor michigan. It had a south facing roof big windows and heart pine floors dream house but it lacked insulation the windows lead and a fifty year old furnace. Chugged away all winter long. We had to put buckwheat pillows heated up in the microwave. Stuff down at the bottom of the bed to stay warm at night and then we would get the utility bill and it was like three hundred and fifty bucks a month grow. Cough was determined to reduce energy waste and cut carbon pollution. He installed a geothermal heating and cooling system and rooftop solar panels and replaced appliances added insulation and installed storm windows all while preserving the homes original character and meeting historic preservation standards in twenty fifteen the international living future institute certified grow costs home as net zero energy meaning it produces as much energy as it uses. Its the oldest house in the country to that certification. And we're looking forward to giving up that crown because he says to limit climate change. It's necessary to cut carbon pollution from all homes including the ones that have been around for generations.
WCBM 680 AM
"chugging" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Today's show should not be perceived as individual recommendations. Past performance is not indicative of future results, and investors should always be aware of the risks associated with any investment. Prior to investing. Okay. This chilly Saturday afternoon a little bit blustery. But what do you expect? It's January, Pick up the phone and give us a call here at 92266 84 10 9 to 2. 66 80 with your money and investment Questions. Market had a good week, Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 182 points and then the boys 500 up 73 points. The NASDAQ closed up 544 points that was up 4.1%. For the week. That's right. The over the counter stocks were up 4% for the week. Pretty pretty intriguing, pretty powerful, moving the market on match with 170 point drop on Friday and the down so markets chugging forward. I think as we discussed before the election, one of the limiting factors and stock market performance is uncertainty. And as I said, it really didn't matter too much about Trump getting elected or buying an elected. What mattered was we have some certainty and then we can make adjustments for was coming in, but the uncertainty freezes markets. Causes selling and limits buying. That's kind of behind us right now what we're seeing what's happening here. So our numbers 9226680, and we're gonna be having another. In person seminar. And we fed. Well, I'm having one today after the radio program starting it, too. That's completely sold out. That's full. We had one in December. That worked out really movie. Well, so we're gonna keep going as long as you want me to do them. And this will be Saturday, February 20th. So is the next month, February 20th at the Doubletree Hotel in Pikesville Way that Reisterstown Road that the Beltway well started two o'clock. We're going to discuss a number of important issues like generating income from your portfolio, safe stock market strategies. And of course, we'll have a long discussion on special situation. Stocks were working in right now. So if you'd like to attend That seminar again Saturday, February 20th at the Doubletree in place. We'll just call our 24 hour hotline call right now. Age 77 call Gil 877 c a l l G I Oh, that's the number you dial. Leave your contact information. So we call you back and confirm it. Now we're gonna Practice safe code protocols. We're gonna ask you to wear a mask will have social distancing in our seminar room. So we weighed limit the amount of people we can have. And I can't entertain you too much. They won't let me serve a meal or anything like that. So With that being said. Saturday. The 28th of February the Doubletree Hotel, starting a 2 p.m. 877 c A L L A G A L PROCEEDING Reservations 92266 eighties air phone number. Let's talk a little bit about 41 case. We haven't talked about it that in a long time. And just as an overview you for one k, maybe one of the if not be best way. To accumulate assets for retirement. Why? Because it comes out of your paycheck and you stop noticing. After awhile. Number two, it comes out of your paycheck pre tax. And the money grows on a 100% tax deferred basis. Until you take it out. Um people have built very sizable positions and therefore one k We've gotta manage it a little bit. And I can help you with that. If you like. Make sure your allocations are correct and appropriate for you the investor if you're two years away from retirement You're gonna investor for one K much differently than someone who's 28 years old and has 30 or 40 years ahead of them before retirement, So you have to analyze that, perhaps make some adjustments versus what you're looking to do with this money. And there's something that I want to bring to your attention. We haven't talked about this in a while. A lot of people aren't familiar with this, And that's something known as in Service roll over in service rollover. This allows you to take money out of your 401 K. Transfer it to your IRA. There's no tax. There's no charge to do it. You continue to work your job as normal. You continue to keep your employer for one K open and continue to fund it. All you've really done. Is on a tax free basis, transferred a block of money from your 41 K to an IRA. Why in the world would you do that? Well, there's a couple of really good reasons. One reason is, you may be a little bit nervous and want some gearing tease. Built in your 41 k. You can't get him right now. Your current for one k out locations. So you move this money to an Irish step One and step two. You could consider and many investors that I handle have done this. Um, consider it developing and deploying. A contract and investment program that gives you guaranteed. Accumulation returns. You're guaranteed, Regardless of what your market performances. To make money. And then at age 65. Guaranteed. Lifetime income. What you've done is set yourself up a mini private pension plan. You don't put all your money in this but as one of the elements of your retirement income plan It could work beautifully because it reduces distress. You know you're going to make it least 6%. In your portfolio accumulation for income. And when you take income by what we're I'm referring to dejection National life plan, which I'm using that one protest, the largest by far on when you when you take income. You could take it up to 43 quarter percent. Guaranteed for life. I can't say it goes to zero. Doesn't matter. You're going to get that again. It's like a guaranteed pension plan. So you're a few years away from retirement, maybe 10 years away from retirement. You're not exactly sure what's gonna be happening. But you want to put some some safe conservative options in your portfolio, but you don't want to invest it in a money market account. That's kind of yield you less than 1%. Because in this variable annuity with guaranteed accumulation and guaranteed lifetime income benefits. The last you to invest in. Ah, whole menu of investment options you can use T. Rowe Price.
Trivia With Budds
10 Trivia Questions on Fictional Sports Teams
"We're gonna jump into today's episode fictional sports teams. Give you the team. You tell me what franchise it is from here. We go fictional sports teams. I'll give you the name of the team. You tell me what franchise it's from might be a book a movie a tv show video game at cetera. Here's question number one. The springfield isotopes number one. The springfield isotopes. What franchise is that. From number one fictional sports teams number two that chug lee cannons number. Two the charlie cannons and question. Number three the rancho cain high. Toro's number three the rancho cain high. Toro's number three and number four mean machine number four mean machine followed by number five milwaukee beers number five the milwaukee beers question number six the flint michigan tropics number six the flint michigan tropics number six and number seven the south central louisiana state mud dogs number seven the south central louisiana state mud dogs three questions to go on fictional sports teams number eight. The washington sentinels number eight. The washington sentinels and number nine. The new new york. Mets the new new york mets. And your last one number ten district. Five in what franchise movie tv show etc. Would there be a fictional. Sports team called district five. Those are all of your fictional sports teams. Hopefully you were able to identify most of them. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you pulled it off. We are back with the answers to fictional sports teams. Let's see how you did number one. The springfield isotopes. That of course was the simpsons which makes sense because simpsons fan. Luke mckay wrote these questions. Thank you luke. For sending him to me number the canons. That is harry potter quidditch team. In harry potter that shuttling cannons number. Three the rancho. Cain high toro's that was bring it on the cheerleading movie. Bring it on. I'm received that on a date in eighth grade way back in the day. It's an okay movie number. Four mean machine. The longest yard that is from the longest yard mean machine number. Five milwaukee beers is basketball one of my favorite trey parker matt stone movies bastketball number six to flint michigan tropics semi pro semipro with will ferrell and woody harrelson. This is a movie nobody really talks about. But it's pretty funny. Semipro number seven d south central louisiana state mud dogs. That is the waterboy the water boy number eight the washington sentinels is the replacements a football movie the replacements number nine the new york mets is futurama. Futurama and number ten district five is from the mighty ducks franchise the mighty ducks. I don't know much about real sports but boy. I had fun hosting this one on fictional sports teams. Hope you had fun playing along. If you like the show lever of you get free stuff from me in the mail. Just let me know that you did it. By emailing ryan buds at g mail dot com. We have one more for you. Call the fact of the day and the fact of the day is before toilet. Paper was invented. americans used to use corn cobs. That's right nothing like an ice corncob to wipe your bum before toilet paper now. you know.
CRUSADE Channel Previews
Melania Trump unveils White House Christmas decorations
"Beginning to look a lot like christmas inside the white house just one week after welcoming a massive eighteen plus foot frazier for the white house. First lady melania trump has shared footage of the festive decorations that are adorning the halls of sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue monday morning trump shared a peek. At this year's christmas he touches which feature more traditional decorations than in years past plenty of trees. Green trees decorated with bulbs. Remember last year. She was ostracized because of red trees. Anyway they have stars and video shared by trump also appearing to show a mini white house decked out for the holiday as well as a train set which was dubbed the white house express. It was chugging along side. The boughs of holly. This year's theme was called america. The beautiful and it was aimed at paying tribute to the majesty of our great nation trump wrote on twitter together. We celebrate this land. We are all proud to call home.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
Its about to get even harder for renters
"We begin today with a pair of stories about two key parts of this economy. The first one's a quickie because it's something. We have covered every single week. Since march the number of people filing new claims for unemployment benefits seven hundred and forty. Two thousand was the number that came out this morning. That is people who've lost their jobs in the week ended saturday seven hundred and forty two thousand of big as that is it is lower than it has been overall. That is true but it's a week over week increase in that number for the first time in a month in other words. It's going the wrong way story. Number two is housing which just keeps chugging along pandemic well pandemic be darned. How about that. Because it's a family radio show. Sales of existing homes last month hit their highest level in fifteen years. That's according to the national association of realtors and yes prices were up again to more equity for those lucky enough to own now but meanwhile a report out today from harvard tells a different story about a different part of the housing market renters. Especially those with the lowest incomes. Marketplace's amy scott covers housing for us one in five renters. Earning less than twenty five thousand dollars. A year are behind on rent and chris. Herbert with harvard's joint center for housing studies says the racial and ethnic disparities are stark. While fifteen percent of white renters at that income level or behind twenty five percent of black and hispanic renters are behind and this reflects the fact that black and hispanic workers are more likely to be the sectors of the economy that have had a shutdown from the pandemic and so have lost wages meanwhile to policies that have helped renters stay in their homes. A national moratorium on evictions and extended unemployment benefits are set to expire next month so january. It could be a very difficult month for millions of renters and evictions haven't completely stopped. Carol ott with the fair housing action center of maryland says it's up to individual judges. We are seeing people being evicted through the courts. We're also seeing illegal evictions where the landlord will go and change. The locks on attendant widespread evictions could increase demand for homeless shelters. Emergency rooms and child welfare. Services says dan three a research analyst with the national low income housing coalition and the public costs to health and social services systems could range between sixty two and one hundred and twenty nine billion dollars. He says the solution is direct payments to help tenants cash up on billions of dollars in background. I'm amy scott for
Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
What happens if online advertising is just a big, fat bubble?
"So. Big Tech monopolies are in the news this week the Department of Justice sued Google over how it maintains its search dominance and it search dominance is the key to its business model, which is that it makes eighty percent of its revenue from digital advertising facebook by the makes ninety, nine percent of its revenue from advertising and the profitability of targeted ads is also a big reason why tech companies are constantly collecting so much data about us and there's a multibillion dollar ad tech industry that exists because all of this makes so much money. But what these ads didn't actually work all that. Well, Tim Wong is a former public policy executive Google where he worked on artificial intelligence and machine learning and he's of the new book subprime attention crisis I. Think this is an interesting important distinction right? which is it's not necessarily to make the argument that advertising never works categorically right? We have examples of it working. The question is whether or not the market as a whole really lives up to the promises that it's made and the promises made is that data driven. Automated form of what's known as programmatic advertising is a kind of advertising that's way better than billboards or magazines or the kind of madman style of advertising and I think ultimately, it may be that we are exactly where we were decades ago. Right? which is we actually don't know which half of the money spent advertising works in which one is wasted. We just very difficult to tell. Is, there an awareness of this? I mean I know that you know after for example, Cambridge Politica, there was a lot of conversation about how there are lots of promises related to micro targeting and that it just might not be. Realistic. Like do advertisers are they starting to understand this? Well, I, think there's a lot of willful blindness in the Advertising Space you know so this book that I just wrote, it opens on a really strange experience that I had going to a marketing conference where a professor laid out all of the evidence right? You know sixty percent of people never see ads ad blocking up all around the world it was just dead space the. Advertisers kind of refuse to engage with it, and you know it's one of the things I've been thinking a lot about because it's similar to patterns that we see and other market bubbles right where there's these deep structural problems with the industry. But a lot of the people involved either don't want to hear it or they don't believe it I mean listen I'm very familiar with the idea of the belief that technology must be working even. All. Evidence to the contrary. But I do want to ask you about targeting specifically because it seems like there's a lot of technical reasons it doesn't work. But what about this idea that there's a massive amount of data collection that ads can be so specific and personalized that you literally cannot resist them are you saying that's also not true Yeah I. Mean You brought up Cambridge Analytical earlier? I mean there's a fascinating report that just came out from the UK privacy regulator that was basically their research to say look there's all of this kind of. Metric advertising does it make a difference and the conclusion? There was no there actually was not any significant difference and there's two reasons for that. One of them is a lot of researchers find that a lot of the data being used as faulty and messy and doesn't work and I think the other one is whether or not. This data actually helps you to target a message better is really unclear. There's a great researcher by the name of Allesandro. Who's been doing some work on if you have targeted ads versus non targeted ads, does it actually make a difference and conclusion is it does but really only by a small margin, much less than you think. Could it also expose the fact that a lot of these companies no longer want the data for advertising like they want it for machine learning. Yeah I. think that's ultimately you know I think one of the great questions and responses I've had to the book is people say so why have we built this enormous surveillance infrastructure? This thing just doesn't work I. Think people have traditionally thought. Oh, well, it's because Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a mind control ray that's his advertising system. You know the reality is that it has been collected for other reasons and for sure I think things like the promise of machine learning is is one of the reasons that people collect this data. What Can. Be Done. Do you think I mean? This is a big complicated technology question. You've got companies spending a ton of money and companies that rely on this for their whole business model. Like what could solutions even look like? One of my worries about this is that again, if you study the history of market bubbles, a lot of what we see is very reminiscent right to the say the subprime mortgage crisis of two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight, and there is a momentum here in the problem with bubbles is that. While, it may look great in two, thousand, seven, I think we were saying how great economy is doing. At some point they pop and I think the human costs will be great. It's really not just a matter of whether or not you know Mark Zuckerberg has less. Fewer billion dollars right I think you gotta think about all the media that's relying on this ecosystem that journalism that relies on it and many other places that advertising touches online, and so I I tend to believe in the idea that we have to find ways of deflating this bubble and so I'm really interested in kind of the ability to both spread the public word about some of the problems in this marketplace. But also I think there's room for regulation I. think There's room to enforce transparency in the marketplace to try to make sure that you know expectations about this match up with reality. There's been just as a regulatory matter there been a lot of questions about banning targeted advertising. Should that happen? Yeah I I do think. So and I think in some ways you know in may be the thing that pops the bubble right because for the longest time, advertisers have been basically holding to the position that we need all this data order to do our business to target our ads and what we're seeing as things. GDP are the European privacy law and CPA to California privacy law rollout is in many cases the market just keep chugging along even though our advertisers have a lot less access to data and I do think that that kind of realization that all this data might actually not have been very. Meaningful might actually 'cause you know sort of expectations or perceptions about how great this stuff is to kind of crash to Earth, and so you think these privacy laws have these two effects. One of them is to protect privacy, which of course is important but I think the other side of it is actually in May of like you know strip the veil off this market that I think has been kinda shrouded for so long Tim. Wong is the author of the new book subprime attention crisis. How big a bubble are we talking here? Digital advertisers will spend over one hundred and forty billion dollars in the US in twenty twenty.
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Hurricane Delta steams across Gulf of Mexico
"We are following a developing story out of the Gulf of Mexico region. As Hurricane Delta takes aim over there you can see by the map let's get right to CNBC's shepard. Smith with the latest airship, it does look like it could be terrible for the folks out there in Louisiana, and Mississippi not going to be good not at all the the latest is five o'clock. Update five eastern we just got that bring it to you. I, if you look at the top edge of this, it's so close to land. It's incredible. It looks like that is going to go over parts of Lake Charles and points east. A lot of rain has happened already Jackson Mississippi over the last twenty, four hours. They're estimating ten inches seven to eight inches around Lake Charles and if. You look at the cone. For this thing, it's not just a coast storm. This thing is going to go inland and rain and rain and rain I want to show you the cone of uncertainty if you will for this storm and there it is category too when it comes to shore and then it will weaken very quickly still be a tropical system, but not a hurricane as it moves. UPS skirts along Nashes Mississippi into the Jackson Mississippi area. Jackson. Mississippi. GonNa have reigned for at least the next twenty, four hours. This storm has weakened a little bit but not since the last report, the new update from the National Hurricane. Center has the central pressure at nine hundred and sixty six bars, which is up, and that means the storm is weakening. You look at go back to that last. Loop. You can see at the bottom the is breaking up on the bottom. That's sheer. The I is falling apart a little bit not a moment too soon let's go to Lafayette Louisiana Embassies Jay. Grazed Air Force. Wow He's getting wet you Jay. Yup. Well, conditions really intensifying over the last thirty, forty, five minutes the rain picking up a wind as well. We've got up the tropical fun print. Don't want to walk you down to the Million River and this is what you. Got All this. It's already over banks here. That's going to be a big problem. We've got sick maybe seven of these conditions left to go we're going to see sheets of rain continues to fall in the Lafayette area we could see up to a foot of rain before Paul said. And Wind Gusts better go be over hurricane strength again it for you be a real rough ride here for the next six or seven. And as you were talking about, this is an area here like Charles just to the West that's already been dealing with the effects of Laura category four storm. So they've been working for six weeks now worried that that works going to be walked away by this storm of move in mighty tough Jay gray one of four correspondence we have in the either storm. What is show you the storm surge in exactly what that's going to be like he said, vermillion, they're expecting up to eleven feet of. Storm surge there much less over by new. Orleans. Mouth of the Mississippi two to four feet lake pontchartrain one to three feet. So it's not going to be horrible near new. Orleans. But on the west side of Louisiana Lake Charles, we've just got battered at the end of August. They still don't have roofs on most of their houses that place is about to get hit